An article from 2009 that couldn’t be more relevant today:
Germany is conquering Europe without firing a shot.
Nov. 9, 1989, was a momentous day. It was the day the Berlin Wall came crashing down. The Soviet empire began to retreat from Europe, releasing the Continent from the clutch of communism.
Nineteen years later, another—possibly even greater—event shook the world, one that had a similar emboldening effect on Europe. The sudden collapse of America’s banking system in September 2008 opened the way for the emergence of a European economic superpower—and for the nation hijacking it.
Last fall, America stood in stunned silence as it witnessed the largest corporate bankruptcy in history (Lehman Brothers), the largest insurance company failure in history (American International Group) and the largest corporate seizure in the history of finance (Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac).
Germany and France are now preparing to jointly develop a new main battle tank, the Leopard 3, to replace its ageing Leopard 2 military vehicle by around 2030, which would be able to compete with Russia’s next-generation Armata tank, recently showcased at the Victory Day parade commemorating the end of World War Two in Moscow.
The main reason for the modernization is believed to be the Leopard 2 service life, which is set to expire by 2030.
The German media, however, suggest that the real reason is the recently-presented analysis by Germany’s Federal Intelligence Service (BND) on Russia’s reinforced combat strength and its recently showcased T-14 Armata tanks, which were presented during the country’s Victory Parade in Moscow on May 9. Continue reading
Germany knows controlling the flow of information is key, therefore it is now capturing the cyber realm. This, plus taking steps towards an EU Army, forcing further integration of EU member states and turning them into vassal states (i.e. Cyprus) are all key actions/characteristics of a nation striving to be a world superpower. Germany is now directly competing against the United States. The Fourth Reich has (almost) landed.
So far, you can say six out of eight predictions are correct.
“Protestantism will be absorbed into the ‘mother’ church—and totally abolished” (Plain Truth, October 1961). Herbert W. Armstrong—the founder of the Trumpet’s predecessor, the Plain Truth—made that bold prediction 48 years ago. On Oct. 20, 2009, the Vatican unveiled plans to do just that.
In a press conference at the Vatican, Cardinal William Levada, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, announced that the Catholic Church would offer a free ticket to Rome for all Anglicans who choose to reject the policies of their liberalized hierarchy. He offered membership of the Church of Rome to those who choose to convert, with the historic concessions that they may keep their Anglican practices and that married clergy may be accepted as priests in a newly established Catholic/Anglican community.
The move was bold, as swift and as sudden as a blitzkrieg frontal attack. With it, Pope Benedict xvi struck at Anglo-Saxon Protestantism’s leading light, the Anglican Church, blindsiding a weakened and divided Anglican community.
With America in decline and NATO stretched thinly over Europe and barely meeting basic defense requirements, something has to fill the void. Enter Germany’s Fourth Reich, the powerhouse which currently runs Europe economically, and will soon militarily. Europe’s movement toward a common army has been sluggish, to say the least, but is now one of the top priorities and its actions have shown just that.
Jean-Claude Juncker has again called for the EU to build an army – by claiming that a “bunch of chickens” currently pose a bigger military threat.
The bureaucrat repeated his belief that the bloc needs a military arm at a forum in Brussels.
Juncker said: “A bunch of chickens looks like a combat formation compared to the foreign and security policy of the European Union. Continue reading
GERMANY is again pressing for a European army to protect the continent at a time of rising international tensions.
Defence minister Ursula von der Leyen last week spelled out her wishes for a continental force capable of swift reaction anywhere in the world. Continue reading
Although this is a proposal, we have yet another sign that the EU is another step closer towards becoming a United States of Europe as it slowly continues to push America out. These scandals are not scandals, but completely overly dramatized propaganda pieces with the aim of shaping public opinion to achieve independence from America. Although it’s not called such, an EU Army is slowly shaping up as European militaries band together outside of NATO and, for example, will soon be doing patrols of the Mediterranean sea to keep the immigrant migration issue from further spiraling out of control. Slowly but surely, the United States of Europe is coming, courtesy of the Germany’s Fourth Reich dominated EU.
THE EU is considering launching its own spy agency amid bombshell allegations that Germany passed intelligence about top officials to the US.
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker wants his own secret service to counter spies, according to reports. Continue reading
As Greece takes another step towards total capitulation to the German-dominated EU, or Fourth Reich, we begin to see who has the leverage. Although Greece always has the Russian trump card, this is a nuclear option that will likely irreparably damage relations for the country for generations to come. Greece likely realizes by turning towards the Kremlin, undermining and bringing down the entire EU, then possibly the global economy with it, will hold higher consequences. As said often before, Greece is going nowhere. The best case scenario for it is to be part of a newly structured second-tier currency bloc within the periphery of the EU — if it’s still called the EU by then.
He has been the subject of a spoof video from Germany showing him giving the middle finger. But now Greek finance [sic] Yanis Varoufakis is facing enemies closer to home after being overlooked by his own party.
Alexis Tsipras, the Greek prime minister, has stepped in to reshuffle Varoufakis’s team, which was supposed to be brokering the agreement, after negotiations took a nasty turn in Riga last week, according to the FT. Continue reading
The trend was most clearly demonstrated by European Union Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, who called for the EU to create an army. He told Die Welt on March 8 that “a common European army would convey a clear message to Russia that we are serious about defending our European values.”
His statements received broad support, especially in Germany. Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen said that “a European army is the future,” and Chancellor Angela Merkel called for “deeper military cooperation in Europe.” Continue reading
As stated before, the whole spying ‘scandal’ is the biggest spying non-scandal in modern times. The BND has virtually been in bed with the NSA since 1952, its year of inception. Because of German laws, the BND was never allowed to spy on its own citizens. This then allowed the German government to use the legal loophole of allowing the NSA to spy for them, or do the spying for the NSA as in this case, and then distribute the intelligence findings.
Why all the outrage then? You have to look at the bigger picture. In a nutshell, Germany wants the American ball and chain detached from it, thus enabling it to become a superpower on its own. It already has established its hegemony over the Europe and the EU, the largest economy in the world. NATO forces, while needed, are not welcome in the eyes of many Europeans and to turn such a non-scandal to an overly dramatic show is pure propaganda for the domestic front. This intentionally ramps up support among European citizens and successfully drives another wedge between Germany’s rising Fourth Reich and America. The government has to shape the thinking of people and manipulate public opinion before it can garner support to carry out its goals. What you’re seeing is a historical split and Moscow is also playing its part to drive NATO out of Europe as well.
According to the available information, the NSA was trying to get information about the multinational arms companies EADS and Eurocopter. This was contrary to German interests, and the BND had rejected the requests at that time. Continue reading
Ironically, as the article mentions the European Army, it could come to fruition in the form of compromise. America created ISIS to take Syria down. Ukraine was also swiped away from Russia in order to keep the Soviets from forming a wedge between NATO and a Germany’s Fourth Reich-dominated Europe.
In return, Russia has sent nuclear-capable missiles in Kaliningrad, it’s strategic enclave right in the Mediterranean. Now as Russia’s making it known it can have a substantial and strategic military foothold right next to the heart of Europe, European leaders might find themselves joining the team instead of trying to beat them.
Russia is playing the Wests game and winning. Eventually the West will be kicked out of Europe as Germany wants to stand on its own and finds that in its best interests it should side with Russia and combine forces.
So, if you’re looking at an European Army, Russia could very well be part of the strategic shift taking place as we speak. Only time will tell how it actually forms, but it’s clear at this moment that a shift is heading in this direction.
Just days after Russia lifted sanctions on providing anti-aircraft missiles to Iran, Reuters reports that The Greeks are in talks with Russia to purchase missiles for the S-300 defense system. Greece, a NATO member, has been in possession of the advanced Russian-made systems since the late 1990s and in a defiant show of independence towards Troika, is now negotiating with Russia for the purchase of additional missiles and for their maintenance. Continue reading
Violent conflicts are spreading throughout the Middle East. Germany is working with Egypt, supporting Saudi Arabia and delivering weapons to the peshmerga – but the government opposition in Berlin is critical.
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi has been in office for almost a year. Soon he’s due to visit Germany. In March, German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel extended an invitation on behalf of Chancellor Angela Merkel. That marked a departure from the government’s earlier position that parliamentary elections in Egypt were a precondition for an official state visit by the president. Continue reading