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COMMENT: We have highlighted the ideas of Prussian military theoretician Carl von Clausewitz in many articles. Positing war as the continuation  of policy by “other means”, von Clausewitz also saw politics as the continuation of war by other means during the unfolding of what he called “the postwar.” 
As the continuation of war by other means  continues to unfold in Europe, the lethal nature  and consequences of Germany’s “postwar”  assumes greater  and more horrible dimensions .
(This post should be digested against the background  of the German role in precipitating and handling the Greek economic collapse. In addition to consideration of the plans for using a German-dominated European economic union as a vehicle for world conquest, this post should be considered in light of the deliberate role of German banks  in creating the crisis. Those banks are, of course, under control of the Bormann capital network and the Underground Reich.)
Having plundered Greece during World War II  and also deliberately shirked its duty  to tender reparations, Germany is using the EU and EMU to generate profit for its medical establishment, while forcing deadly medical and social reality on the Greek people.
(NEVER forget that this is the fate that awaits the American people, should the Nazified GOP  regain control of the government. When we say the Republicans are Nazis , this is NOT a rhetorical flourish or hyperbole. After drastic budget cutting, which will precipitate a deflationary spiral, Medicare and Medicaid will be gutted, leading to “kinder, gentler” extermination . The so-called “progressive” sector is doing its part, sanctioning euthanasia–public health care of the future if the GOP can get back into power.)
Consider how German policy is, literally, war by other means. There is no need for firing squads, anti-partisan units or death camps when one can implement what Germany is doing:
- Greece is experiencing a 40% increase in infant mortality!
- Note that, even as Greece is forced to slash the health care expenditures for its people in accordance with “guidelines” for budgetary austerity, Germany has exceeded those very same guidelines! “According to the stipulations handed down by the Troika, Greece’s health expenditures should not surpass six percent of the country’s gross national product — in Germany these expenditures were at 11.3 percent in 2011.”
- The slashing of Greek health care can only accelerate as the country’s GDP recedes in a classic deflationary spiral, with catastrophic results for the Greek people.
- Eventually, the new “Knauer case” that is unfolding in the EU will provide the “solution”–and a final solution it will be–to the problem of insufficient health care. This solution will be “Austeritywitz.”
- We have also noted that Germany mandated  the installation of the fascist LAOS party as part of the Greek provisional government  in 2011. This was done with no input whatsoever from the citizens of Greece–the cradle of democracy!
EXCERPT: The reorganization of the Greece’s health system, under German direction, is advancing. “A final timetable is to be presented in the second half of this year,” declared the German Health Ministry (BMG). The German government sees deficits also in the lack of an “effective cost management,” but most of all in the lack of “competitive elements.” In a “Memorandum of Understanding” (MoU), the BMG and the Task Force for Greece (TFGR) have reached an agreement with the Greek government on the introduction of the highly criticized German-modeled so-called case flat-rates. The criticisms stem from the fact that patients are not being treated in response to their medical needs but on the basis of economic efficiency. The massive consequences the austerity measures are having on the public health in Greece are becoming more evident. A growing number of Greek citizens are losing their health insurance, due to unemployment and therefore must pay medical costs themselves. The shortage of medical aid, for example, has caused an increase of 40 percent in the child mortality rate since 2009. Diseases such as malaria or AIDS are spreading more rapidly. The German government continues to insist on its austerity course in spite of these ramifications.
Within the framework of the EU austerity dictates, Germany took the lead in the reorganization of the Greek health system back in March 2010. “The German Ministry of Health is in support of the Greek government’s measures to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of long-term health care, by substantial and effective transformations in the organization of its health system,” declared the State Secretary in the Ministry of Health, Stefan Kapferer in February 2011, on the occasion of the signing of the corresponding “Declaration of Intent.” The concrete measures had been specified by the German Ministry of Health and the Task Force for Greece (TFGR) in the April 2012 “Memorandum of Understanding” (MoU) with the Greek government. These measures include the introduction of case flat-rates, a change in hospital management structures, the reorganization of the National Organization for Healthcare Provision insurance (EOPYY) and new pricing models for medicine. The German GIZ development aid agency was given the responsibility of the final elaboration of these plans, which thereby opens “new markets in industrialized countries.” .. . .
. . . . These proposed transformations are being implemented within the framework of the austerity measures being enforced by Berlin. According to the stipulations handed down by the Troika, Greece’s health expenditures should not surpass six percent of the country’s gross national product — in Germany these expenditures were at 11.3 percent in 2011. Since, as a result of the austerity policy imposed on that country, the Greek GNP has been on the decline for years, the expenditures for the health system are sinking drastically. By 2012, these expenditures were reduced to around 9.5 billion Euros, from 14 billion Euros in 2009. The Greek government has already shut down 46 of its 130 hospitals and cut the budget by 40 percent for those remaining. This has added thousands more to the unemployed created by the devastation of the health sector. . . .
. . . . Dr. Giorgos Vichas, speaks of a “humanitarian crisis.” Since 2008, the child mortality rate has risen by 40 percent. The number of HIV positive drug users has risen from 10 — 15 in 2007 to 314 in the first eight months of 2012 alone — mainly due to the drastic cutbacks in preventive programs. Malaria and tuberculosis, the West Nile and dengue fevers are continuing to spread. . . .
. . . . “The interaction between austerity policy, economic shock treatments and deficient social protective measures seems to ultimately lead to an escalation of the health and social crises in Europe,” concluded a study by several scholars published in the renowned “The Lancet” medical journal, Epidemiologists, David Stuckler and Sanjay Basu drew the same conclusion in their book “The Body Economic — Why Austerity Kills.” . . .