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Sunday, July 19, 2015

As Germany attempts to crucify Greece, their biggest bank is now under investigation for money laundering

Throughout the entire Greek crisis, German Finance Minister Schaeuble has been front and center in trying to hold a hard line against the Southern European country whom he believes should be given no mercy for the hundreds of billions of dollars worth of loans that went into the coffers of his and other banks, and not the Greek people.  In fact, the majority of the money Greece owes to creditors was not through any fault of their own, but as a result of a forced bank bailout made to institutions outside of Greece.
Including Germany’s own Deutsche Bank.
So while the German Finance Minister continues to pretend to be the arbiter of fiscal responsibility for Europe, on July 16 three new investigations began against Germany’s largest bank, which pertain to money laundering charges that have arisen amidst the sanctions the West has imposed on Russia.
 
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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

German coup over Greece sees new rise of the 4th Reich in Europe

Politicians are not leaders… nor are they statesmen who are willing to make the hard decisions despite the potential loss to one’s career or reputation.  And just days after the only Greek minister with the fortitude to stand up to the Troika resigned from office, it appears that not only is Greece ceding to another generation of austerity, but in doing so is giving up their sovereignty and possessions for a few billion euros from the real masters of the continent.
Germany.
At the beginning of the 20th century, and then again near its midpoint, the German empire rose and fell twice only to hide in wait as the Cold War placed its dream of continental domination on the shelf.  But in the 1990’s when the Soviet Union and Berlin walls fell, Germany began a new empiric rise that would come not from soldiers, artillery, and tanks, but from economic means and power over European banks.
And on July 13, the emergence and rise of the 4th Reich took place as Greece not only capitulated to Germany in an utterly humiliating defeat, but voluntarily gave up their sovereignty, their future, and their legacy simply for new debt that like their current obligations, can never be repaid.
 
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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

The Greek fallacy: Global system needs to cut everyone’s debt, not just Greece’s

Projection.  It is one of the most common forms of ignoring one’s own issues and problems by making public these same things in someone else.  And for months now the European Union has been projecting Greek debt as the singular monetary problem to the world, when in fact almost every one of the European economies are in the same state of affairs, and under the bondage of massive debt obligations.
At the point of the spear for Europe against Greece is the continent’s largest economy and monetary force, and antagonist for wanting to indenture or enslave the Greek people in their future.  That country is of course Germany, who ironically became the Union’s greatest financial power not simply through hard work and frugal spending, but by the very same thing that Greece is wanting to do for their own economy.
Through default and not paying off their debts and obligations.
Germany is the poster child for a nation that not only didn’t pay off their debt obligations once in the 20th century, but twice.  After World War I the Big Four (France, Italy, England, and the United States) placed war reparations on Germany for their engaging in an illegal war, and causing massive loss of life and property to several countries they fought in.  And by the time the 1930’s came about, the country had paid little towards its debt to the victors, and instead defaulted on it and rebuilt their economy to a place similar to before they engaged in World War I.
 
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Monday, July 21, 2014

NSA spying fallout: Germany calls for limited interaction with U.S. tech companies

Just how big are the consequences becoming for America’s draconian spy system over the world?  On July 11, Germany’s Interior Ministry ordered public agencies to limit or disband their interaction and procurement’s from U.S. technology companies in the wake of U.S. spying on the German government, their political leaders, and ultimately, the German people.

These limitations include companies such as Microsoft, Cisco, and IBM.



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On cusp of German bail-in vote, 50% of cities stand on verge of insolvency

On July 9, German legislators voted to approve bank bail-ins as the primary solution for re-capitalization the next time their financial system experiences a collapse or major crisis.  Thus following in the footsteps of the Cyprus Experiment, which saw depositors lose upwards of 60% of the money they thought was safely protected in their banks and financial institutions, German depositors, not the taxpayers, are now on the hook to pay for a bank’s corruptness, risky bets, or bad decisions.

However, even this egregious new policy may pale in comparison to what is coming for the German state as it is now estimated that 50% of all municipal governments within the chief Eurozone nation are underwater, and on the brink of insolvency and bankruptcy.




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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Fed (USA) 1 Germany 0: Eurozone leader gives up on getting its gold back from central bank

Under growing public pressures, Germany had called for a repatriation of their offshore gold reserves being held in French, British, and U.S. central banks back in 2012.  However, because the Fed claimed ‘logistical’ issues in delivering it back to them, the Eurozone leader had to accept a seven year shipping schedule from the U.S. to ever have it returned.

And now, on June 23, Germany suddenly appears to have changed their mind, and are telling the Fed (which had only repatriated a whopping 5 tons out of 300 in 2013) that they no longer want their gold shipped back home, and happily trust in the central bank’s word that they have their gold holding secure.


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Thursday, January 23, 2014

Fed can only provide 5 tons of gold to Germany after one year

Just one year ago, the central bank of Germany ordered the Federal Reserve and banks in France to repatriate their gold reserves of around 670 tons in a measure meant to restore confidence to their banking system.  However, it appears that the curtain of fraud has been uncovered with the U.S. central bank, as in 12 months time, the Fed has only been able to deliver 5 tons of what is rightly German property.


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Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Economic nuclear bomb: Germany calls for a return of its gold from the Federal Reserve

It is one thing to force inflation and taxation on your own people, as the Federal government and Federal Reserve are doing to the American people in increasing frequency, but it is another to try to export inflation to another country.  In reponse to a new recession, and a growing disbelief in the value of the dollar, public outcry in Germany has reached the point where President Merkel is now calling for the Federal Reserve to return their gold holdings, and repatriate them to the Fatherland.


The result of these actions of course will cause economic markets to react as if hit by a nuclear bomb.  Waning confidence in the dollar as the reserve currency will only increase the tensions between American economic domination and a growing global economy desiring to move away from devalued fiat.  But even more to the point, the long standing rumors that the gold stored in the basement of the NY Fed building, along with any measure of belief in Fort Knox gold holdings, will answer the vital question, and determine if gold prices are to remain stable, or shoot up to stratospheric levels.

Does the Fed actually have the gold reserves of Germany, or will deliveries be simply gold plated tungston?



The primary reason why the Federal Reserve was holding Germany's, and other nations physical gold was due to the 1940's - 90's fear over Soviet expansion, and a stalemated cold war.  Now that Germany is capable of defending its own, and the Soviet Union has evolved into an economic Russian Federation, the need to pay the Fed to store their sovereign gold reserves is no longer necessary.

Last year, Venezuela became the first to call for a repatriation of their gold from New York, and now Germany is the second.  Depending upon the response of this demand for repatriation, and the results of the physical testing of the metal once it is returned, the potential for a rush on the gold being held in the U.S. for other countries may quickly lead into a worldwide frenzy, and a rise in gold prices to multiples of what the price is today.

Monday, October 22, 2012

Audit the Fed: German courts demand full audit of nation's gold supply

On Oct. 22, the German Court of Auditors voted to demand a full audit of the nation's gold supply, which is currently being held in the Federal Reserve vaults, the Bank of England, and the Bank of France.

This audit demand comes during a time when Germany is standing against the EU's move for an overall banking czar, and when the EU central bank is seeking dominion over the monetary policies of sovereign nations.



The German court of auditors (Bundesrechnungshof) has demanded that the Bundesbank undertake an audit of its gold reserves. In an 'audit-the-fed' style effort, the court wants to ensure that the nearly 3400 tons of gold is in fact in existence - 'because stocks have never been checked for authenticity and weight'. Furthermore, the Bundesbank's gold is stored in three other vaults around the world: The Bank of England, The Bank of France, and the US Federal Reserve. The court questions the practice of relying on a written confirmation from the custodians (foreign central banks). The decision means negotiating with the three foreign central banks for physical verification but in anticipation, the Bundesbank has begun the process of shipping 50 tons per year from the Fed back to Germany for the next three years. -  Zerohedge

Germany, the most solvent and fiscally responsible nation in the European Union, is quickly learning the lesson of 'if you don't hold it, you don't own it', and following in the footsteps os China, Russia, Iran, and other nations seeking to bring their gold under sovereign ownership.

Monday, January 9, 2012

Germany in recession

2011 saw Italy, Spain, Ireland, and Greece in the headlines, both as nations in default of their debts, and experiencing social unrest for a declining economy and mass unemployment.  Entering the new year, we can now add Germany to the growing list of countries in recession, as noted by more than a dozen economists who have come to this conclusion.

The German economy is in for a weak start in the new year. This is the result of a survey of "World Online" under 14 bank economists. The majority of experts expected that the gross domestic product (GDP) over the past three months has shrunk.
In the first quarter of 2012, this decline is likely to intensify further. Technically, Germany is thus already in the midst of a recession. An economy is by definition in decline when economic output is two consecutive quarters. - Zerohedge via Bild

A German economy in recession will only complicate the matters in the Euro Zone, as staunch inflation hawks will now fight against a growing population who will demand intervention if the economic downturn continues over an extended period of time.  What this means for the rest of the EU, and if Germany will be willing to help bailout its neightbors has yet to be seen.