Colossal Public Fraud in Germany and Europe
Essays on the (Financial) Policies of Our Day and How They Can Be Improved
The so-called euro bailout is not a bailout at all. What politicians are describing as a success is a fraud,
because the Eurozone (including Germany) has been in a financial/economic state of emergency for 20 years. The
crisis has reached a state that defines our time. Big business reaps incomprehensible profits from losses.
Pensions, employee benefits and provisions for our children are forfeited. This situation, deliberately created
by the elite with fraud, rights abuses and violations of the law, might seem necessary, but the people have been
and continue to be deceived by the political institutions that have nullified our prosperity.
The irreversible erosion of Germany’s assets must stand as an example of how political efforts have failed, and
this must serve as a warning to future politicians. The articles describe the crisis, explain which powers are in
play and what is behind the partisan proposals celebrated as political victories even while they harm the state
and the economy. In addition to neutrality for Germany, the authors demand immediate currency reform, sovereign
default and the proper treatment of implicit debts, which are the hidden costs of the social systems. They also
propose a packet of measures. Moreover, the book contains a model of how a real direct controlling democracy
would have to be in Germany so that the false democracy or party dictatorship that Germany currently has can
become a people’s democracy.
What we stand for
We are a loose, non-denominational association of friends working nationwide to demand that political and economic
crimes be prosecuted. We believe that the policy of living on credit has to end soon by converting the currency,
that there should be social justice for everyone, and that the necessary reforms should be carried out. We need a
national budget instead of ever-increasing national debt.”
In accordance with our
the Alliance for Democracy has resolved to be proactive. We did not want to found a registered society nor seek
another legal structure for our work, since it is our cause that matters most to us. The individual should be able
to contribute his or her own experience, opinions and achievements, but at the same time work independently and
take responsibility for that cause. The principle is: to serve.
We want to work for a different Germany, one with not only legal, economic and scientific but also humane
principles in which the people are motivated to participate in politics. We believe that a new democratic awareness
is possible in Germany. This awareness will guide politics. We advocate direct democracy and the real participation
of the people via referendum.
We are united by our common cause with all organisations fighting for these goals of participation and the
involvement of the individual.
Moreover, our campaigns are directed against the politicization of jurisprudence, and we report on the true
situation in Germany and Europe.