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Angela Merkel's EU Army Poses the Greatest Threat to World Peace in 2017

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posted on Jan, 18 2017 @ 09:10 PM
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Long article but with lots of juicy information. Did anyone know that the Prime Minister of Norway funneled 584 Million Kroner (about 83 million dollars at today's exchange rate) to the Clinton Foundation? And Now He is NATO Secretary General?

I had heard of the NATO Auditor's death but not these details. Definitely an interesting article. A couple of highlights below

www.zerohedge.com...



B. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg's Ties to Corruption

There is some indication that NATO's shipments of weapons and vehicles to Europe are not being sent for the purpose of providing deterrence against Russia. Disobedient Media has already reported that the current Secretary General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, may have been appointed to the position after a series of scandals where it was revealed that under his tenure as Prime Minister from 2005 to 2013 Norway sent over 584 million Kroner over a period of years to the Clinton Foundation. Stoltenberg was appointed as the Secretary General of NATO after retiring as head of the Norwegian Labor Party.

Given his ties to corruption and the Clinton Foundation, it is plausible that Stoltenberg would have been willing to collaborate with Angela Merkel, another ally of the Clintons. He is responsible for massively increasing NATO’s budget over the last few years.


C. Suspicious Death of NATO Chief Auditor and its Significance

The same day, LaMeuse carried two reports with additional facts about Chandelon’s death. The first stated that a “farewell letter” was found in Chandelon’s car. The second stated that the gun used in the apparent suicide was found in his right hand, despite the fact that Chandelon was left-handed.

Also emerging on December 22nd was a report by Flemish newspaper De Morgen. De Morgen wrote that the family of Chandelon contested the verdict of a suicide. The family said that Chandelon had told them he felt he was being followed, and that he was receiving strange phone calls prior to his death. The family stated that he was a happy individual and had made several plans for the New Year. Even more strangely, on December 26th, The Express reported that the gun which caused Chandelon's death as actually found in his glove box. The story has received no coverage by mainstream media outlets in the United States whatsoever.

The death of Mr. Chandelon, and the apparently strange circumstances in which it occurred is significant because of his position in NATO. As Chief Auditor, one of Mr. Chandelon's duties would have been to make sure goods are actually delivered to their destination.






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posted on Jan, 18 2017 @ 10:08 PM
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a reply to: infolurker

Taken literally, just who is that EU army going to attack?
Who is their combined enemy?
How is it construed that it is a force controlled by her and not, for the most part, their other leaders?



posted on Jan, 18 2017 @ 10:10 PM
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But...WHAT army...THE DNC was worse...If I WERE you I'd watch the damn UN.



posted on Jan, 18 2017 @ 10:17 PM
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I have been saying this for a while, the EU army is FAR more dangerous than the Russian army. The USA's biggest enemy are European globalists, not Putin. EU is the most powerful economic country in the world, their leaders are the most influential in the world. The Franco-German alliance is the most destabilizing force in the world. The USA are nothing more than the attack dogs for the European elite - we spend the money on the army that they want. The USA takes all the blame, while being nothing more than the police force of the real decision makers, the European globalists.



posted on Jan, 18 2017 @ 10:24 PM
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a reply to: infolurker

He is (she) not (him) and where did you get those (facts) if may I ask…? Zerohedges lost its credibility long time ago…I
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posted on Jan, 18 2017 @ 10:34 PM
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a reply to: infolurker

Unfortunately I lack the vocabulary to accurately describe what she is up to.... but essentially she is in some ways Adolf Hitler in reverse.

I know, I know... the "Hitler" word is thrown around WAY too much.

Hitler wanted all of Europe (of not the rest of the world) under German control. Through the EU she has in many ways achieved those goals.

The reverse part is the way she is conducting the invasion. She isn't out there invading other nations. She is using the COMPLETELY INSANE bring-in-as-many-ALLEGED-"refugees"-as-possible policy to have her own nation invaded. By extension, she is using that as a tool to have the third world "invade" the rest of Europe as well. (Why do you think Brexit made it to the finish line?)

I have NO idea who her handlers are but I'm of the opinion that "they" realize that in order to shuffle the deck to bring in the NEXT world order..... It's best to tear apart Europe and make it a chaotic, violent nut-house so "they" can use that as an excuse to usher in some type of new legislations (and/or some "light" version of martial law).

To respond to the Subject Line of this thread.... Merkel's army is the greatest threat to the world at the moment not because she will "invade" anywhere but because she will allow the "invasion" to take place.

Soon there is an election over there. Hopefully they have a better option than Trump but if it's a Trump-type-person.... I sincerely hope he/she wins.

Joe Biden lamented that the "World Order" was being toppled.... YES! PLEASE! Topple it and lets get back to something that even abstractly resembles a normal and (sort of) just world.



posted on Jan, 19 2017 @ 01:05 AM
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originally posted by: Aliensun
a reply to: infolurker

Taken literally, just who is that EU army going to attack?


Russia.



Who is their combined enemy?


Russia.



How is it construed that it is a force controlled by her and not, for the most part, their other leaders?


Germany is the main powerhouse in both economic and political terms of the EU. And it does not like.....

Russia.



posted on Jan, 19 2017 @ 01:36 AM
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I think the purpose of this EU army is merely to ensure that, following Brexit, no other country leaves that bastion of freedom and enlightenment.



posted on Jan, 19 2017 @ 02:07 AM
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a reply to: infolurker

Here we go, here we go, here we go.

Merkle tells the Gabal where to go when she realised that she had been lied to and used when she was asked to take in some refugees from the mid east, Syria namely. When the organsiers flooded Europe with huge numbers of fighting age men, Murkel turned on them. Realising the implication for her own leadership may have also had some influence on her decision also.

Turing on the controllers after you've joined their club is not something one does.

So now, it seems,given there is any truth in this article, they are going to demonise Germany again, wip up public support, (just note the Russian mentions of interference in election of Trump for how it will get done) and start a war with them again.

Watch the video of Simon Sparks or Parks or whatever his name is, on the project camelot site that was made in very early 2016. Its about NATO having all their tanks and armour in position in Germany ready to go as soon as they were given the word.


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posted on Jan, 19 2017 @ 02:20 AM
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originally posted by: markosity1973

originally posted by: Aliensun
a reply to: infolurker

Taken literally, just who is that EU army going to attack?


Russia.



Who is their combined enemy?


Russia.



How is it construed that it is a force controlled by her and not, for the most part, their other leaders?


Germany is the main powerhouse in both economic and political terms of the EU. And it does not like.....

Russia.


Oh poor Mother Russia. The evil EU is out to get them, anytime now. Just wait and see. It could start as soon as tomorrow. War is coming. The end is nigh!

LMAO

Have been watching a bit too much anti-western propaganda lately?



posted on Jan, 19 2017 @ 02:55 AM
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a reply to: markosity1973
absolute bull#, we had good ties to russia at least since the traitor Gerhard Schröder made that Gazprom(Russia) deals in 199?. We get most of our gas from russia. We are dependent on them on some level and one of the reasons why Merkel joined ranks against Russia (via sanctions) is because she give´s a # about the country she´s supposed to lead.

She accomplished nothing positive for our country in the last 8 years, the only stuff she was doing was Greece, EU and now the current wave of refugees, that she is not only responsible for by brainlessly inviting everyone but also responsible because she bents over for the "greater goal" the EU. Helmut Kohl, another corrupt ex-cancelor of Germany, her mentor, so to say, was also the one pushing the Euro that gave us 100% inflation nearly over night. Prices stayed almost the same, but the value of the Euro vs Deutsche Mark was cut in half.



.. And it does not like..... Russia.

Can you explain why you think that exactly? Where you born and raised in Germany?



posted on Jan, 19 2017 @ 03:07 AM
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a reply to: verschickter

A simple google search will prove you wrong.

Merkel and Putin's relationship is contentious to say the least.

Also.... Putin has threatened at least once to cut off gas supplies to Europe....

www.independent.co.uk...



posted on Jan, 19 2017 @ 03:21 AM
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a reply to: markosity1973
Because, like I said, she´s bending over for the EU, when in the last two decades, our relationship with Russia was on a good level with our in and exports.




Also.... Putin has threatened at least once to cut off gas supplies to Europe.... www.independent.co.uk...

While this is somehow correct, if you leave out the context, let me tell you how it really is: This was BEFORE the Ukraine/Russia border tensions went high. Years ago and it was about the Ukraine, not paying their gas. The pipeline runs through the Ukraino towards Germany. So if they would have shut down the pipeline, Germany and other states as well, would had to suffer.

It has zero to do with any tensions between Germany and Russia. It was not threatening the other states, it was all about Ukraine not paying their gas bills. I hope I could educate you on that issue! I´ve followed this intensly over the years, I really don´t care about that misconstrued independent article or what you want to believe.

But don´t spread false informations. I´m not saying by intention. But maybe believe a local who has followed this intensly with own research in libraries where newspapers are archived and knows the political connections here in Germany back to the 80´s.



posted on Jan, 19 2017 @ 03:38 AM
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a reply to: verschickter

Ahh yes, Ukraine. The roadblock to Russian relations with the EU.

Merkel has threatened Putin with more sanctions in conjuction with Hollande as recently as October.

I don't doubt that Germany wants to maintain good relations with Russia, given it's close proximity, potential as a massive export market and being a gas supplier.

But.....

The EU wanted to join up Ukraine and that caused Russia to become very angry. Until Ukraine is agreed upon and sorted tensions will remain high. You might not feel it on the street, but the threat is real.




posted on Jan, 19 2017 @ 03:49 AM
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a reply to: infolurker

Merkel is done...... Of course she HOPES she will be re-elected BUT it will not happen.

Merkel's influence in Europe is done!

Merkel is the last hope for Globalism.......and it is dying out.... the light is getting dimmer. The Illuminati must use their backup plan now......WW III is the plan... and Trump will be the one to get it started.....

WAIT A MINUTE...... I am a big supporter of Trump ..... because he does not take anyone's crap ...... and Illuminati will take advantage of this.



posted on Jan, 19 2017 @ 04:04 AM
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a reply to: markosity1973

Now we´re talking. That is exactly my point. It´s the duo Merkel + EU and the sanctions, not a general stance of our government (see on a longer term).

-The article is from 2011 and is misleading (see post above). Just to make that clear again and for others. With my informations above, people can now go and search and see that it´s really like I wrote (make up their own mind).

About the video. I´m not sure if you´re from the UK. If so, you might know that sometimes translations between german and english can range from good to have-a-whole-other meaning. Now, this is not a cheap excuse but for example at 3:23 in the video.

"Germany, a globally highly connected country ... has a responsibility to activeley help shape the world order".
world order. Sounds pretty doomy, right? What happened here was a direct translation word for word. The sentence was translated without taking into consideration, that the grammar is not correct. As a german, that fell very long for it, and still does this kind of thing while writing in english sometimes, it catched my eye immediately. Perfect example sentence btw.

See the use of "globally highly"...Would you write that as a native english speaker? This might seem like semantics but in translations this is very important. German is a language where you can, if you know all the rules, form different sentences from the same words, and get different meanings. The meaning of the sentence is then determined by the structure of the sentence and can give it extra notations. That´s why poems are art in Germany, this is teached in school, by the way.

What I want to say with all this, is that you have to take care when you read translations. Either because the one who translated it is a german with bad english skills (word for word translations) or the professional translator is not aware of all the above.

Then you also have to take into consideration, our "military" (directly translated in german meaning, it´s not even a "military" by our definition, see, here is it again the translation)...Our military is in bad, really bad shape, especially our Luftwaffe (airforce). Just ask Zaphod, he probably knows it better than me. We don´t have the rights granted like a souvereign country when it comes to certain things like military hardware et cetera. But we also have treaties like NATO that we need to serve, so what this article is really about is that we need to reshape our "military" and catch up to other first world nations.

Because we are a global player in industry and even the military industrial complex, so we should catch up with our defense and military as well. Releasing the shackles from WW2 somehow. That´s also the vibe I get from someone that I know who is working at an airbase doing maintannce. Aufbruchsstimmung (the feeling the people had when they went out on a gold rush, exciting, in hope of new).

Hope you get the drift.
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edit on 19-1-2017 by verschickter because: edit: removed (not all I guess) spelling errors and a bug that cut of half of the post, sorry!



posted on Jan, 19 2017 @ 04:06 AM
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a reply to: infolurker

Although I have absolutely no trust in the EU, that they will not build an EU army, which would be, in my opinion, a hideous idea, I fail to see what your headline has to do with your actual OP. An in depth look at the possibility is warranted, but not present in the opening post, in the least.



posted on Jan, 19 2017 @ 04:11 AM
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a reply to: TrueBrit

There are talks and I think the paperwork has been done so that for example a France General can give commands to German Infatry. That is a huge problem with a common army/military. That and the language barrier. Although english is teached in all EU countries I think, there are still problems from that alone.

There will never be a great EU military acting as a whole, if not for serious changes in every involved country regarding the military systems, I believe. The different laws, ranks, and so on.



posted on Jan, 19 2017 @ 04:14 AM
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a reply to: verschickter

Indeed.

There are greater potential problems than that with the whole idea, but the issue I have here is, that the subject heading has nearly nothing to do with the content of the OP. Its only tangentially linked with the actual basis of the OP, which is about this political figure, and that administrative drone, which although no doubt interesting in some way, does not equate to an examination of the situation regarding the creation of this supermilitary.



posted on Jan, 19 2017 @ 04:23 AM
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a reply to: TrueBrit
Tangentially, indeed. Since I´m all over the place, too, but somehow still on topic I won´t complain. But yes, you´re right. Somehow I miss the overall connection for this superarmy. Zapped through the videos and found some logic errors already so...the ball is in Infolurkers hands now to provide at least a complete theory.



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