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German Bank Offers “Islam Compliant” Investment in German Core Corporations

COMMENT: A fas­ci­nat­ing con­tri­bu­tion comes from the [very] con­ser­v­a­tive Week­ly Stan­dard blogs. The WestLB–a Ger­man bank–is offer­ing an invest­ment vehi­cle which will per­mit Mus­lims to invest in an “Islam Com­pli­ant” man­ner in the Ger­man core cor­po­ra­tions.

The Ger­man core cor­po­ra­tions are inex­tri­ca­bly linked with the Bor­mann cap­i­tal net­work [1], the eco­nom­ic com­po­nent of a Third Reich gone under­ground. Note that, in addi­tion to two com­pa­nies that com­prised the old I.G. Far­ben com­plex, BASF and Bay­er, the firms that West­LB is offer­ing to Mus­lims for their invest­ment port­fo­lios is ThyssenK­rupp.

The Thyssen indus­tri­al com­plex [2] had strong busi­ness con­nec­tions with the Bush fam­i­ly [3] and has a long his­to­ry of asso­ci­a­tion with the Bor­mann net­work [4] and with Reich­sleit­er Mar­tin Bor­mann him­self.

NB: It will be increas­ing­ly dif­fi­cult for lis­ten­ers and read­ers to under­stand these broad­casts and posts with­out read­ing Paul Man­ning’s [5] Mar­tin Bor­mann: Nazi in Exile [6]. That vital­ly impor­tant vol­ume is avail­able for down­load for free on this web­site.

As we have seen in the past, the Mus­lim Broth­er­hood, an Islam­ic fas­cist orga­ni­za­tion [7] allied with the Axis in World War II and West­ern intel­li­gence in the post­war peri­od, has strong con­nec­tions to the Under­ground Reich. The Broth­er­hood is the par­ent orga­ni­za­tion of Al-Qae­da, Hamas and Pales­tin­ian Islam­ic Jihad.

“Ger­man Bank Offers ‘Islam Com­pli­ant’ Invest­ment” by John Rosen­thal; weeklystandard.com.blogs; 2/7/2012. [8]

EXCERPT: Last month, Ger­man bank West­LB rolled out a new “Islam-com­pli­ant” invest­ment prod­uct named the Islam­ic Strat­e­gy Index Cer­tifi­cate. The val­ue of the cer­tifi­cate is based on the val­ue of the West­LB Islam­ic Deutsch­land Index, con­sist­ing of shares of ten Ger­man firms “whose busi­ness activ­i­ties are con­sis­tent with the eth­i­cal rules of Islam.” . . .

. . . . The firms mak­ing up the Islam­ic Deutsch­land Index are some of the biggest names in Ger­man indus­try, includ­ing the sport­ing goods man­u­fac­tur­er Adi­das, the engi­neer­ing group Siemens, the soft­ware mak­er SAP, the chem­i­cal giant BASF, the phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal com­pa­ny Bay­er, and the ener­gy com­pa­nies E.ON and RWE. Deutsche Post, of which the Ger­man state remains the prin­ci­pal share­hold­er, also forms part of the index. In addi­tion to pro­vid­ing postal ser­vices in Ger­many, Deutsche Post is the par­ent com­pa­ny of the inter­na­tion­al pack­age sender DHL. . . .

. . . . Regard­ing one of the firms in the index, the Islamis­che Zeitung iron­i­cal­ly remarks, “it must have escaped the atten­tion of the finan­cial schol­ars that ThyssenK­rupp, by virtue of its par­tic­i­pa­tion in…ThyssenKrupp Marine Sys­tems, counts as one of the most up-to-date pro­duc­ers of mar­itime mil­i­tary tech­nol­o­gy.” . . .