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The fate of people on the stock market and the market of politics

The national government has failed, the coalition was already shattered before the election on 22nd September 2013. The CDU/CSU and above all Angela Merkel nevertheless managed to convince the voters of a programme which the SPD Chancellor candidate referred to as a “fairy story”. Merkel and her party won 41.5% of the votes, and gained 7.7% in votes in comparison to the 2009 election.
On 22nd September 2013, there were 61,946,900 Germans who were entitled to vote; but only 44,309,925 went to the polls, 1,267,952 of whom spoilt their ballot papers, and 17,614,251, or in other words almost 40%, did not vote at all! The 18th German Bundestag was therefore elected by 43,625,042 Germans, with around 40% of these placing their confidence in the CDU/CSU. Half of Germans therefore voted for the standard parties, in particular the CDU/CSU. The other parties all lost. This seems to indicate that most people in Germany trust the work of Angela Merkel. To the Alliance for Democracy, this is a puzzle, and can only be explained as meaning that the publicity work of the Federal Government, i.e. its influence over the media, the dedicated exploitation of the media (government spokesmen), the lack of transparency and lies have borne fruit.
Although the citizens were informed only in the sense of party-political intentions and actual matters were concealed from them, the propaganda was paid for out of the advertising budget from taxpayers’ money, by membership contributions of party members and also by legal political party funding; not out of party funds, as should have been the case.
The press must accept the accusation of not having acted at all with any sense of journalistic responsibility, or should finally make it known how much the government and its agents influence the press.

Furthermore, the Merkel government is not only responsible for the greatest popular deception of all time, but party politicians have worked against the people with their votes, and some also by not making matters public, even if they did not vote for them. These intentions are deliberate.

This has severely damaged the democracy and the legitimacy of Germany, and also the other Euro countries, and ultimately led to false democracies, which can be transformed into a Euro dictatorship, whose actors were not democratically elected. Such as the triumvirate of the IMF, ECB and the EU Commission, who in the meantime have assumed the rule of all European affairs, and still insist on trying to save the Euro, even though this has become impossible. The only winners are the finance sharks, who stoke up the stock market in order to keep the market alive, and who leave the base interest rate at 0.5% in order to prevent national bankruptcies, hereby eroding savings by means of low interest rates, and who buy gold to ensure their own financial security, because the crisis can only end in a crash, and that could happen overnight, perhaps as early as 17th October, if the issuing banks of the USA can no longer print as much money as they like, and if the bond market rejects the USA. This development is also valid for Europe. The triumvirate is pussyfooting around the crash. The investors will eventually have to pay for it, and accept inflation and increased food prices. The give-away policy of the German government is as paradoxical as the Sunday Survey of 6th October 2013, which showed that 45% of people had expressed their confidence in the CDU/CSU.
The whole insanity of the Euro rescue, which we have described in many articles, has assumed forms which are no longer tractable by any psychologically effective means. The looming catastrophe is therefore inevitable. If party politicians now continue to look after their own interests, positions of power and earnings, as happened immediately after the election with the Greens, the FDP and the Left, where leadership ranks were replaced, deposed or sole rulers appointed, then it can also be explained why Germany has still not formed a functioning government. And that even though the rapid developments on the European currency market and in the budgets of the EU require immediate action: the immediate exit from the Euro and immediate currency reform!
The confidence in the Euro rescue policy is based on the wishful thinking that the crash could be prevented, and also out of fear of the consequences of such a collapse. Ultimately, the German government is taking advantage of the good faith of the people in order to conceal its political incapability. This is unacceptable in a democracy in which transparency, co-determination and the will of the people count the most. German democracy has been dissolved by these machinations. Every day that the Federal Government fails to assume responsibility is a day when dictatorship, lies and repression have won. Well-situated countries have lost their budgets over this and thrown the social order of European countries out of control. It is intolerable to continue to place any confidence in these party-political failures.
This confidence in Angela Merkel is absurd. In the interview the Chancellor still said “Confidence is good, but control is better.” (a free quotation from Vladimir Ilyich Lenin) – although she herself allows no control over what she does by the people. She does not even protect the people from extensive acts of espionage by foreign intelligence services, which gather and document personal information about Internet transfers. The question to be asked is whether Angela Merkel still trusts the people!
She says that everything has been done, and the media disseminates these messages. The citizen has to accept it and can settle down in the idea that everything will turn out well. But this is the worst lie of all.
When a Chancellor also claims that she is making every effort to act within the sense of her oath of office, then it must be said: this effort has been unsuccessful. She has not acted and worked for the benefit of the people. This is also obvious from the rapidly increasing national debt. The handling of budget policy and finances does not appear to be Mrs. Merkel’s strength, as the former Chancellor Helmut Schmidt also established, certainly from his own experience, because when Schmidt was Chancellor, there was also much more national expenditure than there was revenue. He was even the largest creator of debt after the Second World War. And he must accept the rebuke, when he says today: “Democracy stimulates the incurrence of debt”, that he in particular, like his successors, allowed himself to be seduced into running the economy on credit.
The situation is the same on the stock market. Current share prices no longer bear any relationship to the true worth of a company which deals in shares (DAX companies). The prices are completely unrealistic. And for the saver, it is a particularly bitter blow when politics announces that the recession is over, but the base interest rate remains at the historically lowest level.
This news is already a lie, that the recession is over. The ECB, Chancellor Merkel and the IMF might like it to be so, but this is not the case. The low interest rates erode investments. The Postbank says it is currently a matter of losses in the region of € 14 billion, and even claims that the loss will increase next year to € 21 billion. The currency is losing value through inflation and investors are losing because of these low interest rates, while the party politicians of the Euro countries have gained a little more time to fend off the national bankruptcies of the Euro countries.
Germany is bankrupt. Because interest rates for savers are reduced by the ability of the ECB to control the base interest rate, so that savers have to take into account the burden of interest rates and taxes, and in particular the fact that in gross terms, this does not event compensate for the real inflation rate. This real inflation rate must also include the concealed inflation which we see through energy prices, food price increases and the increases in the property sector, which meant that negotiations took place over rent increases and rent brakes. In order to counteract this, as Angela Merkel also promised, interest rates would have to have been increased long ago. But this can no longer happen, since the decision of the Regent can now only be: low interest rates, which means more time in government and prevention of national bankruptcy, and for which the people will have to pay in many respects. High interest rates would mean the immediate collapse of the national budget, which has been more than mortgaged by rescue package payments, other loans, guarantees, shares in cash payments and liabilities. Reforms or a policy in the interests of the investor are impossible. Changes for the benefit of the citizen, who has to work to support his cost of living, will not be made. The citizen has lost on the financial market, is losing in daily life and has no possibilities of saving money for the future, since investment income is artificially being kept low.
Of course, neither politics nor the press talk about this in Germany. The citizen must keep quiet, must pay, must hope and must wait. And the bill is still going up, as the election surveys confirm. This nonsense must eventually be brought to an end.
Whatever government comes into being after the 2013 election – trusting it would mean surrendering to collapse. Anyone who trusts the stock market, or at all trusts party politics, is trusting in major capital and party-political relationships, which are all designed and intended to conceal failures and gloss over inferiority through give-away policies. That this mismanagement has grown to such an extent has been made possible by legal regulations passed by politics to protect itself from the people, and thereby made co-determination by the people impossible. This also includes the exploitation of the press, which does not explain what politics is doing and why, as its actual job should be, but writes how well politics is functioning, although this is yet another lie.
Such deceptions have piled up in Germany over 65 years so that politics is irretrievably in a trap, but appears not to notice at all that it failed by being the stooge of major capital, even more than major capital itself assumed. High finance is now stuck in the same trap, and can only escape it if bank union comes as soon as possible, and major capital tries to rescue itself by means of robbing citizens of their assets – the catastrophe in other words. The people, who are prevented by legal regulations from participating in government business, are delivered up to politics and major capital, which is still making money from this decline. This is perfidious!
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