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The tag 'Thyssen' is associated with 79 posts.

Austerity as a Vehicle for Breaking Up Nations

Over the years, we have cov­ered the Hapsburg/Thyssen UNPO and its cham­pi­oning of eth­nic minori­ties as a vehi­cle for break­ing up large nations into small­er, more pli­able states. Using the human suf­fer­ing and social dis­lo­ca­tion brought about by its “aus­ter­i­ty” pro­gram to frag­ment large nations, Ger­many is active­ly sup­port­ing the seces­sion of Cat­alo­nia from Spain and, in coop­er­a­tion its Aus­tri­an part­ner, the South Tyrol from Italy. Man­i­fest­ing what, for lack of a bet­ter term, might be called “eth­nic impe­ri­al­ism,” Ger­many is using far-right, neo-Nazi ele­ments as foot sol­diers to assist the ver­triebene groups in pro­mot­ing the seces­sion of Ger­man-speak­ing minori­ties in Poland and oth­er parts of East­ern Europe. Tar­get­ing Chi­na, Ger­many con­tin­ues its equiv­o­cal sup­port for indi­vid­u­als and eth­nic groups seek­ing to frag­ment that nation. As we have seen in past dis­cus­sion, the Unit­ed States is also tar­get­ed for Balka­niza­tion and sub­ver­sion.


Horror Show in the Balkans

The NATO-installed regime of Hasim Thaci man­i­fests per­va­sive polit­i­cal and social crim­i­nal­i­ty. Thaci is alleged to main­tain a harem of more than 50 sex slaves, held in bondage by his body­guards and report­ed­ly offer­ing their favors to KFOR and EULEX per­son­nel. Suc­ces­sors to the 21st Waf­fen SS (“Skan­der­beg”) Divi­sion and oth­er fas­cist fight­ing for­ma­tions from World War II, the Koso­vo Lib­er­a­tion Army has turned that for­mer Ser­bian province into lit­tle more than a Ger­man colony. Much of the inter­na­tion­al com­mu­ni­ty con­tin­ues to view Koso­vo as a crim­i­nal enti­ty oper­at­ing out­side the enve­lope of inter­na­tion­al law.


Pastor Martin Niemoller: A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

“Anti-Nazi hero” Pas­tor Mar­tin Niemoller was not opposed to Hitler on prin­ci­ple. An ear­ly Nazi, his oppo­si­tion was tech­ni­cal and seen as qual­i­fy­ing him as a pos­si­ble “kinder, gen­tler Fuehrer,” thus enabling post­war per­pet­u­a­tion of Nazi pow­er struc­ture.


Getting in Dutch: The Third Reich and the Royal Family of the Netherlands (“A Prince Too Far”)

Gen­er­a­tions of the Nether­lands’ Roy­al Fam­i­ly link to the Third Reich and its post­war man­i­fes­ta­tions. Prince Bern­hard was SS, an IG Far­ben spy and a trai­tor to the Allied Cause. Was he “the Trai­tor of Arn­hem?”


RIP Charles Higham

Charles High­am, author of impor­tant exposés about fas­cism, has passed. His work high­light­ed Nazi Fifth colum­nists in the west, includ­ing Amer­i­can indus­tri­al­ists and financiers and the 1934 coup attempt against FDR.


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

Taint­ed Ger­man bank offers “Islam com­pli­ant” invest­ing in Ger­man core cor­po­ra­tions, includ­ing firms linked to Bor­mann cap­i­tal net­work.


Say Goodbye to Peak Oil, for The Time Being

Peak Oil a fas­cist phi­los­o­phy and mar­ket­ing gam­bit for the fos­sil fuel com­pa­nies. Recent dis­clo­sures indi­cate that the fears asso­ci­at­ed with that phi­los­o­phy are unfound­ed.


Behind the “Merkozy” Phenomenon: German Domination of Corporate France

Cor­po­rate Ger­many’s dom­i­na­tion of French econ­o­my per­mits Merkel’s reign over EU appear to be con­cen­sus, not hege­mo­ny.


Leaking in Persian Gulf: “WikiPeak” Oil?

Alleged State Depart­ment memo–disclosed by the Nazi-linked Wik­iLeaks network–gives cre­dence to the “Peak Oil” gam­bit. Peak Oil itself demon­strates Nazi influ­ence.


Convicted in China, U.S. Geologist Worked for Thyssen/“Peak Oil” Firm

Com­ment: The cov­er­age of Chi­na’s sen­tenc­ing of a U.S. Geol­o­gist to eight years in prison has not stressed the fact that Xue Feng worked for IHS, Inc–a firm spe­cial­iz­ing in analy­sis of the petro­le­um indus­try and the epi­cen­ter of the “Peak Oil” hypoth­e­sis. A sub­sidiary of Thyssen/Bornemisza indus­tries, IHS pro­vides analy­sis derived from data sub­mit­ted […]