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Election fraud of the Germans – Repeated deception of the people

Political promises were staged before the Bundestag elections, which after the elections turned out to be lies. So it was again this time - politics clearly does not want to break with this tradition. To cover up the failure of the Federal Government and the national bankruptcy, more costs will be loaded onto the citizens. This is concealed by higher social security contributions, but also openly by the prices of consumer goods, such as alcohol or cigarettes.
The biggest scam however is the lies about the putative surpluses in the statutory social security schemes (i.e. in the pension funds). Although the Government announced through the compliant press that there were large surpluses in the funds, so that insurance contributions would be reduced, this was a lie. Due to the trillions of Euros missing from the social security systems (the so-called implicit debt of the country is currently estimated at around € 10,000 trillion), the contributions must continually be offset by taxes, while the contributions are still increased. If surpluses arise, this does not mean that debt can be reduced, but only that in this same year, maybe fewer people have received a pension, and that the calculation and the balance do not match. To make good news out of this is stupidity; to say that the rates are now falling, is fraud.
If contributions are nevertheless reduced due to short-term minor surpluses, despite debts in social security systems, this does not reduce the financing requirement to the same extent. Not all pensioners die at the same time during a year and come off the balance sheet. So if the contribution rate decreases, the cost estimate for the coming year is incorrectly calculated, because there may be more pension recipients in this year, or more pension recipients may come onto the books, which in turn requires compensation from tax funds. The total financing requirement does not change at all. It rather increases, because there are more and more pensioners. Unfortunately, the system is based on levies, which are increasing exponentially. It was the great sin of party politics and the resulting Federal Government, to have installed social security systems in the 1950’s that could not under any circumstances enable the required financing in the future, not even in a good situation regarding the federal budgets. This good situation may still have existed at the time of the establishment of the state - but today Germany is bankrupt and is delaying national insolvency. To speak of an improvement in the situation under these circumstances is outrageous, and jubilation over surpluses is simply misguided. On the contrary, party politics conducts its borrowing game on the back of pensions and pensioners.
If it were known that Germany is bankrupt, tax revenues would decrease due to the recession and other factors. This would also mean that pensions would be reduced drastically, along with support for widows and orphans. No party and no Government wants such a scandal, so over 20 million pension recipients, plus the Hartz-IV recipients and others entitled to support, i.e. about 30 million citizens, will continue to be financed by means of borrowing and taxes. Pensions and contributions will rise due to partial currency reforms, which nevertheless devalue the Euro, while purchasing power will soon be akin to that in the GDR.
The grotesque thing is that in addition to the few available resources, debt is mostly squandered, because the current situation is comparable with that of a financial agent, who in the Ponzi scheme promises his customers high returns - which are not achievable anywhere else - but can only provide these returns from funds received from new customers. Ultimately there will be no new customers, and investors will lose their money. Such conduct by a financial agent or financial broker is punishable according to the rules of the Penal Code and the Code of Criminal Procedure. Why this does not happen when a Federal Government behaves in the same way is due to the fact that according to former Bundestag President Wolfgang Thierse, the criminal probation, i.e. the criminality of political leaders was never allowed for, because such people are regarded from the beginning as endowed with integrity. After 64 years of Germany, there are hardly any cases by which this can be proven, although the integrity rule still appears to apply, and politicians remain immune, and are therefore not subject to criminal investigation or prosecution. Party politicians are undemocratic, they have suspended democracy and subjected it to the dictatorship of the parties. We call on the people finally to practice democracy towards the state.
This is exacerbated by the influence of the press, which does not explain, but rather pronounces; added to this is formal law, which covers party-political proceedings and marginalises the citizen. The sovereign is sinking into a deep sleep - snoring away wherever Chancellor Merkel prefers it: fat, replete and paying taxes, accepting everything served up by the state-controlled TV.
Money is thrown away to the detriment of the people, simply in order to retain power, which must long since have ceased to exist in the event of complete transparency, such as would be required in a democracy. Unfortunately, such transparency has never existed in Germany.
The above makes it clear that the former GDR was completely deceived on reunification about what freedom in the West would be like. Financial freedom and social justice, equality and financial livelihood, and even savings possibilities did not exist. Many immigrants were lured by these lies, for which it applies at least that the Euro that they earn in Germany can be regarded as a good income, compared to what can be earned in their respective home countries. The deception also lies in the fact that immigrants often live below the minimum subsistence level, and earn so little that democratic principles are violated. Moreover, now that more and more Germans can no longer live on their income. All these people cannot expect pensions - they are exploited on the labour market and have no opportunity to make appropriate provision for their old age. Although they have worked, they remain bound to the state and must borrow or resort to the pension system in order to be able to pay at all.
If the decks were to be cleared, the payments for pensioners would have to be reduced by about 40%, because the setting of the pension had no real foundation, or higher levels of federal support are required. And the state can only obtain these funds from the taxpayer.
The contributions in such assessment systems are virtually nothing other than a type of tax, so that the tax increase can be seen in the increase in contributions, or if this is not done, it manifests itself in accordingly increased federal support.
The financial depression, and the successive reduction of the base interest rates, most recently by the ECB (European Central Bank) to 0.25%, will lead to the Merkel III government to handing over more and more political decision-making to the ECB. In other words: If the ECB decides something, this will have a political effect on Germany. Merkel can do nothing about it - the German taxpayer has to stump up. Merkel does not have to feel responsible, and it is irrelevant to the ECB however much a nation grumbles. If the ECB considers it right, in accordance with its statutes, to regulate the complete independence of financial stability by such reductions, it is then a matter of interpretation and of power. No citizen would have the legal means to take any contrary action. No currency can be stable if savings earned from earlier working income provide less and less interest, and the purchasing power is thereby eroded in favour of higher-level state financing with correspondingly high debt interest rates.
Since the Alliance for Democracy aims to achieve nothing other than correcting these illegitimate conditions, which finally suspend the tortuously created basic law so that the sovereign is finally sovereign once again, and finally enjoys political co-determination, so that at end is brought to the excessive pretension of the parties, who should serve instead of ruling, the purpose for which they receive their pay.
In the free economy, such as a joint stock company for example, a general meeting of the shareholders would renounce such a form of management. This would concern the Chairman of the Board or other members of the Board, who would be relieved of their responsibility. Under the liability regulations of the Companies Act, claims for compensation for damages would also be possible. Such regulations are lacking in politics, ad in particular their consequences. Anyone can therefore become a politician, whether or not they have suitable experience. Only in this way can it be explained that Mrs. von der Leyen could be made Minister of Defence, or that Mr. Friedrich, who was a complete failure as Interior Minister, was suddenly made Minister of Agriculture.
Such a government is in fact only a semblance of government, powerless in itself, but only supported and maintained by people who, like high finance, thereby make obscene profits or good deals, and who can easily circumvent inconvenient legal regulations. The citizen remains a serf of the state; we are once again at the mercy of Feudalism. The fraud has escalated to new heights.
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