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With full intent, but without backbone - how politics is weakening the constitutional order

The 17th Bundestag is now history, and with it, professional journalists are happy to forget affairs which were not intended to reach the ears of the population. Such as, for example, the real extent of the NSA bugging scandal, which shows how little rule of law is left in Germany, and gives grounds to winder what rule of law it ever had. Worse still: how little the Merkel government was prepared to protect the rule of law, and to allow its citizens the basic rights laid down in the Constitution.
Merkel, who never came to be acquainted with the rule of law, could make no sense of it; what is amazing however is how other governments also lacked this sensitivity and completely lacked any backbone, such as under Brandt, Schmidt and above all under Kohl. Hardly any German Government has apparently succeeded in representing the people adequately and in a democratic sense. The Merkel government was therefore bound to be a failure because of the erosion of the concept of democracy and the economic degeneracy of the country, and the Euro policy cooked up by politics.
The Europe of today was brought into being on 7th February 1992 at conferences which totally excluded the citizens, who should have been allowed to vote on the matter or at least have some influence over it in whatever form. The actions and decisions taken were reported by hardly any newspapers, TV or radio stations.
The united Europe, which pays in a coin that was supposed to compensate for all economic differences, simply because it was one single currency, and thereby overlooked the fact that a united Europe had already been created by the Schengen Agreement. The differences in the currencies contributed to the fact that profits were made, both national and economic. But for reasons which have still not been explained to the peoples of Europe to this day, the common currency of the Euro sprang up out of thin air. This was proclaimed vociferously by the press, which praised the Euro and gave the people of Europe to believe:
  • The cost of living would fall.
  • The economies would grow.
  • Jobs would be safe.

And the European world believed it and paid into the single currency as if it were alone the unifying element that would bring joy and prosperity. Nobody wanted to believe in joint determination and the real reasons behind the merger, and there were a few who asked or reported about it.
Joint determination was excluded by the Euro fanatics from the very outset. Democracy was just as undesirable as it now seems impossible to halt the slide of the neoliberalists into the depths of impoverishment. Because immediately after the introduction of the Euro, it was clear to see:
  • The costs of living have only increased. Electricity, gas, water are now simply unaffordable. Food prices are higher than ever before.
  • The profits of business are growing, although not in all Euro countries. The growth of which the world of politics always speaks, hopes or dreams, is not happening any more in any Euro country, and is also no longer possible. Euro crisis, debt crisis, recession, all terms which have characterised our lives since 2009, and continued to the point of absurdity the plan of the Euro advocates to cobble together a united Europe without borders, in which all countries are equal and which have a common currency.
  • Unemployment figures began to rise with the outbreak of the European economic crisis in the year 2009. For comparison: In the year 2008 there were 16.83 million Euro-Europeans without a job; by 2009 there were 21.5 million people out of work; this rose in 2010 to 23.15 million, and again in 2011 to 23.23 million. Following interest rate cuts by the ECB and different developments in the individual Euro countries (the unemployment figures fell in Estonia, Latvia and Germany), there are still 19.22 million men and women without work in the Euro zone in June 2013. The figures continue to rise particularly in countries such as Spain, France and Greece (Eurostat). There are no prospects of an end to this development.

It was already clear to some people before the introduction of the Euro that the development of the community of states would not come to any happy end when dependent on a single currency. Others only realised this later, and it is now clear to all that the machinations of the Eurocrats influenced the order of 17 countries, and are thus changing the fate of the world and also that of Germany.
After almost 65 years, the state of Germany can be summed up as follows: party and government lies, i.e. party-political horse-trading, continue to widen the gap between rich and poor, young people remain poor and pensioners have to forego the rewards of their work.
In this morass of the devaluation of the currency and civil de-democratisation, it is not surprising that we are today living in times in which one is considered enemy of the state if they try to defend themselves against corruption and civil rights violations, and have to flee from a winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.

A government which, after everything that the press was prepared to conceal, is notably relieved that the Germans have so far shown themselves to be so tractable and friendly, and do not do the same as the rest of Europe, which hurls Molotov cocktails in the face of injustices, austerity measures, and the decline in values of the value of money. To this extent, the former Chancellor Schmidt’s “possibility of a revolution in Europe” (“Zeit” Business Forum, 8.11.2012) may sound un-German in our well-behaved Germany, even though agreements have been made on the part of the government long ago to be prepared for all eventualities. The following situations are considered to be well-known and documented:
  • The Federal Constitutional Court decided on whether the deployment of the Bundeswehr was legitimate in the event of terror attacks. It was thereby irrelevant to the constitutional judges whether such terror originates domestically or from abroad. And it was also irrelevant whether or not domestic-backed terror by people justifies the deployment of the Bundeswehr when they are trying to exercise their rights in the form of democracy against the German State. Who wanted to distinguish protesters in the Government District from terrorists? (Press release 63/2012 of 17th August 2012, Decision of 3rd July 2012, 2 PBvU 1/11);
  • The Federal Constitutional Court decided on pensions and support, and came to the judgement: From 7th December 2012, all payments (mainly tax-financed) may be reduced to the minimum subsistence level. This applies to all dependents’ pensions under German statutory pension insurance, i.e. widows/widowers, semi-orphans/orphans, and all because the payments are assessed and paid according to need. Since there are no reserves, this also applies to civil servants (all pensions and dependents’ pensions), even if the amounts paid out are higher (alimentation), and also to Hartz-IV recipients and other recipients of benefits paid on the basis of Hartz IV - all benefit amounts can be reduced to the minimum.
  • It is all the more surprising that a state that calls itself social, and that Government policy that flirts with Christian values, provoked and is responsible for such decisions, and even set aside the provisions of the Agenda 2010, in which tax-funded emergency support was transferred to the pension insurance obligation of the statutory pension insurance at the expense of the state, and the whole package was then sold to the people as the Hartz-IV reform. Hartz-IV recipients and all other recipients of social support are therefore called on to stop giving their votes to those who make empty promises and cover up the fact that benefit payments are now no longer enough even to safeguard the bare subsistence level.

With the aid of politically amenable judges and jurisdiction, politics gas created for itself the opportunity to reduce social security benefits in gradual, indirect monetary reforms, and to curtail all payments, irrespective of the parallel devaluation caused by the general decline of the currency. These developments are concealed from the people. The people are thrown the scraps from time to time - the politicians and the newspapers proclaim that everything is going well. Discussions over possible rates continue ad nauseam; pensioners receive a minimal increase before elections, although this is only made possible by reductions in other areas, and which again burden the next generation as debts. An unholy cycle, which is maintained by politics even though it is of no use to anyone.

To this extent, the responsibility of which politics always speaks in the current wheeling and dealing over the best-paid jobs in the leadership of the country, should be enjoyed with particular caution. Especially when there are politicians who are determined to remain in office despite many confirmed faults and mistakes, as the Euro-Hawk fanatic Defence Minister Friedrich De Maizière proved.
At the moment we are experiencing the vacuum in which the so-called opposition, consisting mainly of the SDP, are lovingly eyeing the importance of government, but want nothing to do with remaining opposition, which will do nothing to help the social state of Germany, and from the historical point of view again betrays any market economy with a human face (market-compliant democracy instead of management in the interest of society); Mrs. Merkel, as always, waits to see how things will turn out and holds discussions, while the country is without leadership and without solutions as to how the future problems can be overcome. The CDU talks of tax increases, for which the Greens (amongst others) scored a poor election result; the FDP licks its wounds, and the SPD sells itself more compliantly than any whore at the marketplace of political dealing, in order somehow to get into the government; to achieve a little bit of the power and the importance which a government claims for itself. But this has to be earned.
It has been shown beyond doubt that Merkel and Steinbrück/Steinmeier/Gabriel are not capable of this - particularly under the pressure of the collapsing Euro, where with full intent but without any backbone, the last national reserves are being thrown out of the window of European policy is bringing about the disappearance of a rule of law which was no less inhuman and inimical that future national reforms will be.
It would be the equivalent of a miracle if those whose are hell-bent on power could emancipate themselves from power, and a further miracle if they brought about something of use and benefit to the country above and beyond political coterie. Miracles do happen now and again - in recent times however, they have become rare. What a pity!
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