Indirect foreign policy by NGO

by Prof Dr Eberhard Hamer

In the US alone, there are about 4,000 political non-governmental organisations (NGOs) operating for the US foreign policy, mainly in private legal form and partly with or without the government’s mandate. There will be just as many in Europe.
The most famous are the Soros Foundations. The multi-billionaire Soros has set himself the mission to implement American interests in over 150 foundations in the world. In many countries, these foundations are therefore regarded as leveraged asset organisations. They are by now banned in Russia, China and other countries. By the end of the year, the Soros University which serves the same purpose has to be closed in Hungary, due to a new law which allows foreign universities to have a branch in Hungary only if they also have a permanent residence in their home country.
The Soros Foundations are leading in American regime change policy, for example in Libya and Syria. They have also financed and controlled the Maidan uprising in Ukraine and fueled the destabilisation of Germany by means of worldwide digital and media advertising on “Immigration to the Social Paradise Germany”, above all in the Orient and throughout Africa in 2015 and 2016. They do not work charitable in our interest, but have third-party interests against us.

In his contribution for the book “Der Weltgeldbetrug” (Eberhard Hamer/Eike Hamer eds., 2007) Walter Hirt has an international network of international, state and semi-governmental organisations, foundations and other non-governmental organisations represented as a figure. Most of these actors have no democratic legitimacy. Nevertheless, 10 years later, they are still influencing major political decisions of the Western world through this network. (graphic Walter Hirt)

This applies to most American and European state-subsidized NGOs. Subversive government propaganda is carried out by them at home and abroad. These include party foundations as well as the alleged “social organisations” such as the Steuben-Schurz-Society, the Club of Rome, the Round Table, the American Enterprise Institute, the Heritage Foundation, the Open Society Institute (OSI) and others. Walter Hirt has described this in detail in his book contribution “Networks instead of Nations” (in Eberhard and Eike Hamer (eds.): “Der Weltgeldbetrug (The World Money Defraud)”, 2007, pp. 89).
“Thousands of national and international NGOs exist without democratic legitimacy. Daily, new ones are added. Thanks to their network, they have a broad power base and corresponding influence on the formation of opinions, legislation, state redistribution and prosperity” (Hirt, p. 117; translation of all quotes: Current Concerns). “Those who still think that international organisations such as the UN and the WTO are platforms for governments and peoples are foolish because the NGOs have already either took the dictate or are at least soundly involved” (p. 118). “Apparently, the manipulators in the background find it useful to reach their infamous plans for the new world order through a structural weakening of the global economy, which tightens the social tensions and shall soften the public.
This in turn can only work out if the freedom of the individual is continually restricted and the support in the nation states disappears. As a result of the gigantic global cash generation of banknotes and the parallel caused indebtedness, the devious seductions and social demands are best suited, whereto the NGOs contribute powerfully. And since the alleged ‘social’ ingredients almost always have the character of ‘socialist’, the end of the impasse can be foreseen.” (p. 118)
It is always the same design: The NGO is allegedly to serve either as a foundation or a legal society for humanitarian or social purposes. In reality, however, it is intended – hidden and taxfree – to open the doors to power to the NGO-provider states such as the USA, the global financial clique or global cartels or criminal associations such as the Mafia in order to let them gain political and economic leadership.
Assuming that democracy actually promotes fairness, openness and truth in politics, the public and political opinion-forming should in Germany also be protected against the subversive power of opinion from the NGOs. It is not acceptable that representatives of dark interests that are also financed and controlled by foreign powers sit in public broadcasting corporations, the press, associations and social institutions.
At the very least, these leveraged organisations should be deprived of their tax-free status, which unjustly favor them against every German service provider.
As much as the government calls for the fight against illegal employment and has placed a fine on it, the subversive agent operation of NGOs should also be subject to punishment and taxation so that the people can form their opinion candidly and not to be distracted by subversive networks.
The parties of the German “Bundes­tag”, however, are not interested in this, because they are often intertwined with NGOs and often have NGOs themselves. The citizens might make this claim and popularize it. Much would already be gained if this topic was discussed openly at all.    •
(Translation Current Concerns)