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Germany Reveals The European Annexation Blueprints

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posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 08:52 AM
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Well since they are funding every bailout...

Bundesbank: "Mein Entschluss: Anschluss-Plus" - Germany Reveals The European Annexation Blueprints

We were wondering how long it would be before Germany, following in the footsteps of such luminaries as Hank Paulson and Tim Geithner, would formally announce to the world that with it now openly calling the shots in Europe, it would be its way or the mutual assured destruction way. We just got our answer courtesy of the just released August Outlook from the Bundesbank, in which the German national bank lays out the framework of the upcoming European anschluss play by play, as Germany prepares to roll out the Fourth Reich welcome mat without ever spilling a drop of blood. After all: why injure the soon to be millions of debt slaves? To wit from the report: "Unless and until a fundamental change of regime occurs involving an extensive surrender of national fiscal sovereignty, it is imperative that the no bail-out rule that is still enshrined in the treaties and the associated disciplining function of the capital markets be strengthened, and not fatally weakened." Translation: "we will gladly help everyone out... in exchange for a little of that vastly overrated fiscal sovereignty... Did we say a little? We meant all of it..."


Hitler would be proud... of what the bankers did... Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Fuhrer... one people (the europeans) one empire (european union) one leader (the bankers)...

Unless and until a fundamental change of regime occurs involving an extensive surrender of national fiscal sovereignty, it is imperative that the no bail-out rule that is still enshrined in the treaties and the associated disciplining function of the capital markets be strengthened, and not fatally weakened

Basically... want a bailout? Sure... but first, sign this document, giving us total control over your finances...

And America got 55 000 troops in Germany... to protect the Reich!

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posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 08:56 AM
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You are right, Hitler should be so proud, the banksters have achieved what he try so hard and without any mass killing and wars, they are to take over the EU with Germany leading as the new nazi wet dream.



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 08:57 AM
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Heinrich Hunke - said it thousand of times here - do your research!!!

thats simply Plan B, no conspiracy or something...
secure.wikimedia.org...


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posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 08:57 AM
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Article is way to Nazi biased, considering the UK has its own fair share of Nazis

Now, if the UK was funing the bailout, it too would be dictating the roadmap, shoe would be on the other foot then wouldnt it? Would we be screaming Rule Britannia? Probably not.

Hardly an unbiased thread.

Wasn't the Queen of England German? Just sayin.


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posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 09:00 AM
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Originally posted by JennaDarling
Article is way to Nazi biased, considering the UK has its own fair share of Nazis

Now, if the UK was funing the bailout, it too would be dictating the roadmap, shoe would be on the other foot then wouldnt it? Would we be screaming Rule Britannia? Probably not.

Hardly an unbiased thread.


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Maybe you don't get it, but it's SARCASM...

Anyway, hopefully every EU country says NO... and keep their sovereignty.



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 09:01 AM
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Originally posted by Vitchilo

Originally posted by JennaDarling
Article is way to Nazi biased, considering the UK has its own fair share of Nazis

Now, if the UK was funing the bailout, it too would be dictating the roadmap, shoe would be on the other foot then wouldnt it? Would we be screaming Rule Britannia? Probably not.

Hardly an unbiased thread.


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Maybe you don't get it, but it's SARCASM...

Anyway, hopefully every EU country says NO... and keep their sovereignty.


If you don't like the EU, you are free to leave. Get a flight.

Go be a patsy to America. You will be worse off there.

You have no sovereignty, you are a debtor.


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posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 09:04 AM
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they can stay in the eu if they loose their financial sovereignty or they have to leave and pay tonns of money + they know they will go down because of nasty boycotts and stuff, we all know you cannot win against the big kids on the playground....commerzbank and deutsche bank rule the whole european financial sector and a major part of the worldwide financial sector so it would be wise to join their "owner state"...
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posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 09:10 AM
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Keep blaming Europe...

When the real problem is the British Empire itself... www.bbc.co.uk...

They just spent 1 BILLION GBP on helicopters.



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 09:21 AM
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I'm all for a more united europe. I can't wait. I love my continent.



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 09:21 AM
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Hitler must be turning in his grave now. What he couldn't achieved then is being fulfilled now in a more subtle, non violent way.



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 09:54 AM
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Nobody is talking about forming a one euro government and getting rid of all borders.

Believe me lads. The chances are greater of the earth suddenly turning into an orange than all european countries giving up their pride and borders in favor of one euro government and police.

IT JUST WON'T HAPPEN. LITERALLY.

What Germany is proposing is a centrally regulated economy in Brussels where all decisions regarding finance, are made by all 27 countries. Also possibly a euro bond. Although even this is more controversial among the european public. And you guys think a one euro government is gonna happen when the people don't even agree on the formation of a euro bond?
Pfffff.... Keep on dreaming...



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 09:56 AM
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Today, wars for power are not fought with military might, but with economic might.

Germany may still have the last laugh in Europe. Only this time, the other European countries are pleading with Germany to come to their rescue.

Germans in charge of Europe? What could possibly go wrong?



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 09:58 AM
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Originally posted by babybunnies
Today, wars for power are not fought with military might, but with economic might.

Germany may still have the last laugh in Europe. Only this time, the other European countries are pleading with Germany to come to their rescue.

Germans in charge of Europe? What could possibly go wrong?


I would rather have Norwegians or Swedes or Finns or Icelanders (hmmm leme get back to you on that one) in charge of Europe than Britain.



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 10:02 AM
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While people talks about the Unified EU, people have not clue where the money for the "big bail ou" t is going to come from, while we talks about Germany and France the truth is that money will be loan by the IMF, yeah, and guess what from about 100 members that mostly have currency that is not worth the paper they are printed on, only "six" at the top contribute with most, guess who is at the top, is not Germany and neither France as they comes 3 and 4, is US

So actually guess who is going to be owning whom.


Then Japan will be the second. One of the reason the US wants the bailout to the central banks so bad and to Greece is because if this doesn't happen the US markets are going down the hill, because the corruption of the too big to fail has spread that wide to include most of EU.

Just like most of the money that paid for the Greece bailout came from the US also, thanks to Obama.

So actually the so call bailout is to save the US banks from another catastrophe.



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 10:14 AM
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Originally posted by marg6043
While people talks about the Unified EU, people have not clue where the money for the "big bail ou" t is going to come from, while we talks about Germany and France the truth is that money will be loan by the IMF, yeah, and guess what from about 100 members that mostly have currency that is not worth the paper they are printed on, only "six" at the top contribute with most, guess who is at the top, is not Germany and neither France as they comes 3 and 4, is US

So actually guess who is going to be owning whom.


Then Japan will be the second. One of the reason the US wants the bailout to the central banks so bad and to Greece is because if this doesn't happen the US markets are going down the hill, because the corruption of the too big to fail has spread that wide to include most of EU.

Just like most of the money that paid for the Greece bailout came from the US also, thanks to Obama.

So actually the so call bailout is to save the US banks from another catastrophe.


That's right. Keep paying. Sounds to me that the US is the real b****.



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 10:16 AM
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Originally posted by marg6043
While people talks about the Unified EU, people have not clue where the money for the "big bail ou" t is going to come from, while we talks about Germany and France the truth is that money will be loan by the IMF, yeah, and guess what from about 100 members that mostly have currency that is not worth the paper they are printed on, only "six" at the top contribute with most, guess who is at the top, is not Germany and neither France as they comes 3 and 4, is US


The IWF is currently funded with 37billion dollar from the USA....

I´d like to see how you will bail out the EU with that

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posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 10:20 AM
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That is what I am trying to research so much and make people aware off, the talks about bailout the central banks with a new "unification" by Germany and France is nothing but propaganda, is who is providing the money the one that is controlling the game.

Funny that most American tax payers doesn't have a clue of what our corrupted government is doing oversea with our money.

France and Germany can do anything they want and they can plan anything they want, while France is in charge now of the IMF it was appointed by majority votes from the US, still any decision the country makes when it comes to funds from the IMF can be veto anytime by the biggest contributor the US, so at the end it is the US the one holding the final vote.



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 10:22 AM
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I'm not so sure I agree with the posters saying this was done non-violently. Aren't you forgetting about the war on terrorism which included England and France and

www.monstersandcritics.com...


Merkel promises to rebuild Libya after NATO destroys it. I'm sure that isn't cheap. All these conflicts are a way of putting the countries in debt so they need a central bank.



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 10:22 AM
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I'm not so sure I agree with the posters saying this was done non-violently. Aren't you forgetting about the war on terrorism which included England and France and

www.monstersandcritics.com...


Merkel promises to rebuild Libya after NATO destroys it. I'm sure that isn't cheap. All these conflicts are a way of putting the countries in debt so they need a central bank.



posted on Aug, 22 2011 @ 10:28 AM
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Yes that is what is kept in holdings call the "quota" but when the first Greece bailout US funded additional money for that, so while certain amount of money is kept more money is funneled as needed.

Through the IMF US has already used trillions of dollars since 2008 to keep the central banks and US from failing after the US housing market fiasco, in order to keep the too big to fail from going bankrupted.

The loans are done in Euros no dollars that is why all this is so confusing.




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