Does Nazi Germany Dominate the EU?
By Staff News & Analysis - November 14, 2011

Geithner tells Europe to "move quickly" as instability hurts US and Asia … Europe must "move quickly" to control its spreading debt crisis, because the volatility it is causing is the "central challenge" to global growth, US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said. US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner speaks after the finance ministers meetings at the APEC Summit in Honolulu, Hawaii. – UK Telegraph

Dominant Social Theme: The world is concerned about the EU. Something must be done.

Free-Market Analysis: The Anglosphere power elite is desperate to focus attention elsewhere than on its central-banking driven attempts to create world government. A big dominant theme that has emerged in the past two years is that Nazi Germans are driving the European Union. (See article excerpt above.)

This theme is all over the Internet now and has appeared in major mainstream publications. Just Google "European Union" and "Nazi." The idea is that when Nazi Germans realized they were going to lose the war, they came up with another way of dominating Europe, via economic means rather than by military conquest. This begs the question, though, of why Nazi Germans would want to do such a thing.

Fascism is an ideology and ideologies usually don't create inter-generational conspiracies. People create them by USING ideologies. This is why it is far more likely that what we have identified (with many others) as a great, intergenerational banking conspiracy is behind today's growing new world order rather than "Nazis."

Why would want the Anglosphere elites want to pretend the EU is the work of Nazi Germany? Because that is how the Anglosphere operates. Those great central banking families that likely control the world's central banks (mostly if not entirely Jewish) and their enablers and associates (religious, military and economic) will do anything to point fingers in other directions. They thrive on misdirection. Here's some more from the article:

Speaking at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Hawaii this weekend, Mr Geithner said: "We are all directly affected by the crisis in Europe, but the economies gathered here are in a better position than most to take steps to strengthen growth in the face of these pressures from Europe." Mr Geithner added that the basic framework for the European recovery was good. "But we need to see it put in place with the speed that markets require and with the force that restores confidence," he said …

Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, said: "We are preoccupied, and I think for the time being rightly so, with problems off-stage, elsewhere, with Italy and Europe." There was a general feeling that Europe had to sort out issues internally before other countries would be willing to step in with financial help. Zhu Min, deputy managing director of the IMF, said: "That the European crisis is a global crisis that needs global cooperation and a global solution has become ever clearer. But before that, the Europeans have to make efforts to provide a clear picture and provide a solution and put their hands on their own issues." …

Above all, the leaders who were gathered in Honolulu sounded frustrated with the pace of implementing measures to deal with the crisis. Philippines finance minister Cesar Pursima said: "It is not being dealt with forcefully." However the politicians and business leaders at APEC had not written Europe off entirely. Donald Tsang, chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China, said he still hoped the euro could become a reserve currency to ease reliance on the dollar, although he accepted that it could not perform that task at the moment. In the long haul, he said the Chinese renminbi would be the third reserve currency.

Not that it needs more evidence, but we can see in these excerpts that the US is firmly behind the attempts of EU leaders to create the kind of "bailout" fund necessary to "stabilize" the markets. If the US and Britain were actually anti-Union, then these sorts of statements would not be made.

In fact, British citizens have not been given the opportunity to vote on participation in the EU for decades. The British would likely vote the country out of the EU, which is why they haven't been given the opportunity.

The power elite is firmly behind the EU project. The elites intend to use such regions as steppingstones to world government. They don't wish the EU to die. They will support it until the bitter end. If it does not succeed, they will use the chaos to try to advance world government anyway.

The argument could be made, of course, that Nazis have taken over European and American governments, but we find this far-fetched. The Nazi philosophy is more likely to have been developed by power elite think-tanks than Nazi Germany anyway. These strategies, actuated today, are as much the property of the current power elite as Nazi Germany, it would seem.

After Thoughts

The idea that the EU is some kind of German experiment continues to be promoted by the Anglosphere-controlled mainstream media. However, since consistency is not their strong point, the media and their masters give the game away with their policies. In the era of the Internet, such logical contradictions are a good deal easier to analyze and comprehend.

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