Elections in France – the syndicate has intervened

Elections in France – the syndicate has intervened

Macron threatens to become expensive for Germany

by Prof Dr Eberhard Hamer

Everyone is wondering how a political nobody like Macron was suddenly able to score the most votes in France

  • over proven politicians and established parties. But the secret of Macron is revealed, when one learns,
  • that he is a Rothschild banker,
  • that the French as well as the German press is directed by finance and big business,
  • that French corporations and employers’ associations (like the Germans) were fanatically campaigning for a united Europe and the further immigration of workers and were afraid that Le Pen might win,
  • that, however, the French people as well as the syndicate of finance and economy are both thoroughly disappointed in the corrupt political officials of the old parties and have withdrawn their support from these people,
  • so that – to prevent an electoral victory by Le Pen – the syndicate pulled a new man out of its magic hat, financed him, sent the mainstream press to help him and thus imposed him on France as the saviour of its own power position, its own interests in Europe, for further immigration and against the decline of the traditional parties.

All this clearly shows how the power syndicate of finance and big business has the political power over France and can enforce its own way beyond parties and popular currents. There was a gap between the economic syndicate and political France, and the decision fell in favour of the syndicate, by means of its own advocated candidate whom it pushed through using all its instruments of power.
In Germany the starting position is similar. Here, too, there has long been a gap between the financial and corporate industries, their press and the established parties on the one hand, and on the other the interests of the majority of the people, who do not, for example, want to assume liability for all the states and banks of Europe or favour mass immigration into Germany. Anyone who represents these interests of the people is defamed as a “populist” by the corporations, the press, and through their policies; he is perceived as a threat to immigration and political centralisation of Europe, which the corporations press for, and he is increasingly pursued with hate articles in the press dominated by these forces, so that the representatives of the people now live dangerously and are socially excluded.
One thing is equal in Germany and in France: All established parties advocate the demands of the financial industry and the corporations, who rule from the background, and belabour the opposing opinion.
For Germany, however, Macron threatens to become expensive. His backers want Europe, contrary to all existing treaties, to be developed from a union of liability and debt to a transfer union and a fiscal union with its own minister of finance. In this way, Germany for example will lose its financial sovereignty, and our taxes, our export surpluses and our target balances at the ECB will all be lumped together in one common pot and distributed by the EU Commission according to the wishes of the southern European debtors. Then we will not only be liable for all debts, as we are already, but we will also have no surpluses, but only common and growing debts – “revelling in the common downfall”, as I already pointed out at the founding of the ESM.
Indeed, Macron has already announced that the debt brake (3%) is no longer valid for France, that contrary to all EU treaties, one would rather accumulate further debts without inhibition than save money, and that Germany’s saving wishes would no longer block the EU, but rather be forced to submit to the will of the financial syndicate. In effect, this means the socialisation of all German export surpluses, credit balances and savings.
One could say: “Nothing is eaten as hot as it is cooked.” But since, as a result of Brexit, the southern European debt countries have a clear majority over the countries that save, the EU will become an uninhibited merry debt funfair, while the ECB will be the debt engine and the hedge fund of all European state debts, and by means of all this the euro will lose more and more of its value – until nobody wants the euro any more, or until, induced by one of our financial or social bubbles, the crash occurs even earlier.
It is not only Macron who has won, but above all it is the financial syndicate backing him in favour of euro-centralisation and continuation of the debt orgies – all those developments that Germany did not want and for which it will now have to suffer together with the others.     •
(Translation Current Concerns)

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