The reason The Fourth Reich category has been created is because it’s here. This article is further proof of many that the push for European dominance is not over and the continent is once again anchored to Germany.
Non-compliant member states of the EU get labeled ‘fascist’ or, as in this case, authoritarian. From there the economic penalties roll in to achieve the goal of subjugating countries. You saw it first with Cyprus, then with Greece which are now vassal states of Berlin. They are to be broken in order to reshape the continent into a synchronized United States of Europe — the hegemonic dream that never died.
…and yes, a European Army is coming with it.
“You have not anchored Germany to Europe,… You have anchored Europe to a newly dominant, unified Germany. In the end, my friends, you’ll find it will not work.“
– Margaret Thatcher
“Only fools think that politicians in Berlin and Brussels are actually worried about the Polish Constitutional Court or national media outlets,” writes Mariusz Staniszewski in Wprost. The front page of the Polish weekly newspaper compares EU leaders Guy Verhofstadt, Martin Schulz, Angela Merkel, Jean-Claude Juncker and Günther Oettinger to the Axis powers. For the columnist, EU pressure on the Polish government apparently regarding its slide towards authoritarianismis really about “the billions of euros that will now stay in Poland or continue to flow towards Germany or France.”
The introduction of these measures will mean that the flow of money leaving Poland will dry up enormously,*“ since most banks, insurance companies and hypermarkets are foreign owned. Staniszewski goes on to accuse Germany of de facto dominance of European politics, and Angela Merkel of
having become so powerful that she has been able to influence government change in Rome, Athens and Madrid. This is a situation largely fulfilling German desires stretching back centuries. It resembles the project of Kaiser Wilhelm II in September 1914. After the beginning of the First World War, when Germany expanded its territory remarkably, the Kaiser presented a plan which sought among other things to create an economic space encompassing France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Austria-Hungary, Poland, Norway and of course Germany. A customs union rather than a political one, ruled by Berlin. The Kaiser also envisaged that Poland and the Baltic countries would be pulled away from Russia’s sphere of influence. This plan, with a few amendments, is now being put in place, and Berlin has an extra tool to exert pressure: EU bureaucracy. In principle, EU institutions should prevent a single country – Germany of course – dominating the continent. In fact, they have given the most powerful country the ability to exert yet more pressure on the others.
Full article: “They want to control Poland again” (VOXeurop)