Monday, 12 September 2011

German MEP - Send In The Blue Helmets

German political thuggery continues.
According to German European Union Energy Commissioner Günther Oettinger, the EU should consider using some "unconventional" methods to increase motivation among Greek officials for solving the country's problems - like sending in the Blue Helmets.

One tactic for pulling the debt-stricken country out of crisis could be replacing "the obviously ineffective administrators" there. Because Greek officials have failed at collecting outstanding taxes and selling state-owned assets as planned, Oettinger alleged, Officers from other EU nations should be sent in to do their jobs instead. "They could operate without concern for resistance and end the inefficiency," he told Bild.
After all: "Those who demand solidarity from the other countries must also be prepared to give up partial responsibility for a certain time."

Another suggestion was "flying the flags of deficit sinners at half mast in front of EU buildings," the member of Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative Christian Democrats told German Newspaper Bild. "It would just be a symbol, but would still be a big deterrent."

He also "suggests that Governments must justify to their citizens" the idea that "countries must give up their budgetry sovereignty to the EU".

What he really means of course, is send in the Blue Helmets as Germany's debt collectors, and let Germany control your economy.

He finishes his interview by stating that "we must tell the citizens clearly; The political model of the western over".

Thanks for telling us we mean Günther!

Remember, WW2 was not just about land and death. It was about Germany wanting to destroy western democracy and Anglo/American Capitalism (which of course, Hitler was convinced was "run by the Jews").
Never In The Field Of Human Finance, Has So Much, Been Owed By So Many, To So Few.

For more info on German financial manipulation, read Germany's Long Game?

Bild Article

For more info on German banking plans during WW2, and their relevance today, read this Economics Document from 1942.

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