“Political stupidity can be learned. One need only visit German schools. The future of Germany will for the rest of the century probably be decided by outsiders. The only people that do not know this are the Germans.” ~ 1959 The Spectator
GERMANY – AN OCCUPIED COUNTRY
by Gerard Menuhin
GERMAN PRESS CENTRE for the PEOPLE’S RIGHTS
and HUMAN RIGHTS
(my translation from the original German text)
Why are the Germans so neurotic?
For several years now I’ve asked myself that question. The answer, in my opinion, is: The Germans have an “occupied” mentality.
This is the key to understanding and explaining the following:
– why the German government conducts its foreign policy, and even their internal policy, according to the wishes of other countries,
– why Germany, as the leading European country, has no nuclear weapons, even though it has been generating nuclear power for decades,
– why the majority of the German gold reserves, long after the Cold War, are still not stored at the at the Bundesbank, but rather, are in possession of the Federal Reserve Bank in Manhattan is (it is also unclear why the gold was sent to America, as Switzerland, a neutral neighbor, would be have been more appropriate),
– why today, 70 years after the end of the Second World War and 25 years after the end of the Cold War, Germany still has 56,000 American soldiers and 22,000 British soldiers on her soil,
– why the Germans have to purchase the North Sea oil and gas that should actually belong to them,
– why there should be no German culture,
– why the American influence, regarding language, music and traditions is stronger in Germany than in any other civilized nation,
– why the Germans not want to bring children into the world.
Primarily due to the will of others!
Germany has all the features of an occupied country whose future is determined by non-German interests. All other European countries – indeed all other nations – practice politics in a national sense, sometimes better, sometimes worse. There are agreements between states, trade and commerce, traditional friendships and exchange of any kind, determine the economics and politics, but in the end, the decisions in favor of their own nation are preferred.
Not so in Germany!
Germany considers, first and foremost, the wishes of the others. It is concerned about the U.S. military bases to protect the interests of the French economy; to provide sufficient financial support from the EU to assauge the feelings of Poland, although on the Polish side, Anti-Germanism is almost always boiling, and where Hitler comparisons are often made in Warsaw. Germany sends its troops under NATO leadership to serve America to Afghanistan. German soldiers are to be also used in the Congo. And to do Israel yet another and to curry favor with the Central Council of Jews, nuclear-capable submarines are simply given away.
Typical headlines in German newspapers read
…for example in recent editions of “The World”:
– “The Germans and the Jewish Persecution – No one can say he did not know anything”
– “No sacrifice, and no name can may ever be forgotten”
– “They knew and they wanted – What Germans did to the Jews, came with fanfare”
– “Auschwitz is forever a German crime”
An Internal Escape or Denial?
Anetta Kahane distributed under the title “The History which was never worked out” with the theory that: “In the GDR (former East Germany), there was never a working through of the past (Nazi) history. The Holocaust was treated mostly ideologically. It exonerated the people … ”
In fact, the opposite is true: It was the people of the FRG (former West Germany) population who were subjected to indoctrination and convinced of their guilt, and saddled with perpetual debt. The East Germans, in fact, are more likely to have had the opportunity to see the world without such bias. But this finding would not have served Ms. Kahane well in her capacity as Foundation Chairman.
The “German Psyche” is still occupied territory. Either the German seeks to escape even deeper within himself, or into denial. What sort of a future does a person have, whose government, media and prominent people, celebrities etc go against one’s own interests?
Germans, throw off the yoke!
The following video features an interview with the author of the above article Gerard Menuhin who is a German-Jew (Original German, No English-Subs).
Germany: Is Still An Occupied Country
The U.S. has more soldiers stationed in Germany than in any other foreign country. That has not changed since the Cold War ended more than twenty years ago. Of the approximately 720 major bases located outside the United States, the U.S. Army and other government-related sites number 235 in Germany, 123 in Japan and 87 in South Korea. Of the approximately 136,000 U.S. soldiers permanently stationed overseas, more than 50,000 are in Germany. In addition to the soldiers in this country, there are still about 8,500 “U.S. civilians” and more than 30,000 “Others” in active service. Among the latter, are many employees of the numerous U.S. intelligence service divisions, as well as “mercenary” private security companies, which are likely to make up by far the largest contingent. The European Command (EUCOM) of the the U.S. Armed Forces is located in Stuttgart-Vaihingen. It’s sphere stretches from Western Europe to the Urals, and well into the Middle East, and is responsible for all military activities of the U.S. Armed Forces. Another Operations Command Center is stationed in Stuttgart Möhringen. From there, U.S. Armed Forces missions on the African continent are controlled and monitored. Finally, in Rhineland-Palatinate, there is the Ramstein air base, one of the most important of the U.S. Air Force. It is the largest air hub of the U.S. Armed Forces outside the United States, for example, was critical for U.S. operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The legal basis for this pronounced U.S. presence on German soil includes the NATO Troops Statute of 1951 (SOFA), the “residency contract” of 1954, and a 1959 supplementary agreement to SOFA.
The agreement, which could theoretically be cancelled by the German government, restricts the sovereignty of the German federal government considerably due to activities and privileges of the U.S. Armed Forces. They enjoy unrestricted freedom of movement on a permitted to use streets, public buildings and training areas free of charge, and include exemption from all costs for damages incurred resulting from maneuvers. U.S. aircraft movements over Germany are not subject to control by federal agencies and may not be recorded. Because U.S. military planes have permission to land anywhere, anytime in the old federal states, they can also still use German civilian airports as hubs for U.S. military transports to any global crisis areas. And finally, the Federal Republic of Germany has renounced their own authority over own their jurisdiction, regarding all civil and criminal offenses committed by U.S. troops and their civilian members in Germany!
Germany, also continues to demonstrate that it is an occupied country in that it is prepared to undertake all the costs of the foreign troops stationed on her soil while having nothing to say about it!
© Confidential Communications (excerpt from the weekly info sheet Confidential Communications – from politics, business and investment, No. 3958)
The FRG / Weimar Flag (Black, Red Gold) is the same as that of the Freemasonic-Communist Frankfurt Parliament of 1848. Why did they insist on going back to that?
The true flag of the German people (not the Reich) dates back to the Hambacher Festival in 1832, and even further back to the wars of liberation against Napoleon and the attempts to unify the Germans: It was Gold, Red Black!
Video in German with English subs (enable C.C.)