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“Austerity” Equals Fascism, Part 2: A Kindler, Gentler T‑4 Program

Greeks protest­ing the “Aus­ter­ere­ich”

” . . . Oth­er fields of activ­i­ties for the group [Nazi gov­ern­ment in exile–fuehringsring]  were. . . . the ini­ti­a­tion of con­spir­a­cies in for­eign coun­tries on behalf of Ger­man indus­trial car­tels. . . .”  ( “Nazi Cir­cu­lar Let­ter of 1950 [Madrid], quot­ed in The New Ger­many and the Old Nazis [1] by T.H. Tetens.)

“Imag­ine for a moment that two decades ago, a new­ly uni­fied Ger­many set out to take over the Euro­pean Con­ti­nent, as the pre­vi­ous uni­fied Ger­many had tried and failed to do half a cen­tu­ry ear­li­er. This time it would use mon­ey, not guns, to accom­plish the goal. . . ” (“As Europe’s Cur­ren­cy Union Frays, Con­spir­a­cy The­o­ries Fly [2]” by Floyd Nor­ris; The New York Times; 06/15/2011.)

“ ‘Ger­many is our father­land; Europe is our future,’ [Ger­man Chan­cel­lor Hel­mut] Mr. Kohl told the Ger­man Par­lia­ment. . . .” (“Kohl Says Mon­e­tary Line Aids Uni­ty [3]” by Craig R. Whit­ney; The New York Times; 9/26/1992.)

“. . . The Ger­mans have a clear plan of what they intend to do in case of vic­tory. . . . Germany’s plan is to make a cus­toms union of Europe, with com­plete finan­cial and eco­nomic con­trol cen­tered in Berlin. This will cre­ate at once the largest free trade area and the largest planned econ­omy in the world. . . . . . . As far as the Unit­ed States is con­cerned, the plan­ners of the World Ger­man­ica laugh off the idea of any armed inva­sion. They say that it will be com­pletely unnec­es­sary to take mil­i­tary action against the Unit­ed States to force it to play ball with this sys­tem. . . . Here, as in every oth­er coun­try, they have estab­lished rela­tions with numer­ous indus­tries and com­mer­cial orga­ni­za­tions, to whom they will offer advan­tages in co-oper­a­tion with Ger­many. . . .” (Dorothy Thomp­son, writ­ing in The New York Her­ald Tri­bune, 5/31/1940; quot­ed in Ger­many Plots with the Krem­lin [4] by T.H. Tetens,; p. 92.)

“. . . The [FBI] file [on Mar­tin Bor­mann] revealed that he had been bank­ing under his own name from his office in Ger­many in Deutsche Bank of Buenos Aires since 1941; that he held one joint account with the Argen­tin­ian dic­ta­tor Juan Per­on, and on August 4, 5 and 14, 1967, had writ­ten checks on demand accounts in first Nation­al City Bank (Over­seas Divi­sion) of New York, The Chase Man­hat­tan Bank, and Man­u­fac­tur­ers Hanover Trust Co., all cleared through Deutsche Bank of Buenos Aires. . . . ” (Mar­tin Bor­mann: Nazi in Exile [5] by Paul Man­ning, p. 205.)

COMMENT: In the first part of this analy­sis [6], we looked at the Naz­i­fied Reagan/Bush I admin­is­tra­tions, whose “aus­tere” poli­cies increased the U.S. nation­al debt five-fold in twelve years, cre­at­ing the foun­da­tion of the fis­cal straits that engen­dered the pro­pa­gan­da line of the cur­rent GOP. The bud­getary profli­ga­cy of Reagan/Bush I cre­at­ed the prob­lem the Repub­li­cans claim they can, and should, solve. Before exam­in­ing what the effects of GOP “aus­ter­i­ty” might be, we would do well to con­sid­er to what extent the Third Reich alum­ni staffing Reagan/Bush I may have been con­scious­ly involved in one of the “. . . con­spir­a­cies in for­eign coun­tries on behalf of Ger­man car­tels” described by T.H. Tetens above. With the Bor­mann orga­ni­za­tion main­tain­ing Nazi Par­ty com­mand con­ti­nu­ity and the Gehlen org main­tain­ing a degree of Ger­man mil­i­tary com­mand and con­trol in the post­war peri­od, the actions of the Reagan/Bush admin­is­tra­tions may well have been just such a con­spir­a­cy. Bush II engaged in bud­getary sui­cide as well, tar­get­ing social pro­grams of the New Deal as “unaf­ford­able.” This fis­cal profli­ga­cy was a delib­er­ate tar­get­ing of those pro­grams [7] and the New Deal.


Hartheim Euthana­sia Cen­ter: GOP Head­quar­ters, 2016?

The bud­getary pro­pos­als of GOP Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Ryan, endorsed by “The Ver­MIT­Tler,” (Rom­ney) will pull the trig­ger on those tar­get­ed pro­grams. (“Ver­mit­tler” is the Ger­man word for “agent.”) The Ver­MIT­Tler’s prospects for elec­tion may well hinge on the fate of the Euro, to be deter­mined in con­sid­er­able mea­sure by a Ger­many that has stead­fast­ly adhered to “aus­ter­i­ty” as the [final] solu­tion to eco­nom­ic dif­fi­cul­ty. With the econ­o­my being the cen­tral con­sid­er­a­tion in this elec­tion and with the pos­si­bil­i­ty that a Euro­zone col­lapse could cause suf­fi­cient eco­nom­ic dif­fi­cul­ty in the U.S. to bring about a Rom­ney vic­to­ry, a num­ber of things should be tak­en into account: