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Expropriation of the citizen - strategies and plans of the supposed Euro rescuers

The great advantage of the money business is that there is always money available. The art is to make even more money from the money available, and to convert this increasingly into values not made up of money. What sounds so complicated is the bread and butter of brokers and money traders, who target savings above all and juggle with fantastic returns, in order to deprive the investor of his money as painlessly as possible. Savings however are not only the target of the banks; in times when the financial market is the state market, savings are what the government must aim for, in order for example to bring an end to the Euro crisis, or so runs the official justification.
This intention however is no less cryptic than the wonderful, but always impossible returns of the financial brokers (snowball system) and also bankers, but it has the same goal: to dupe the citizen out of his money. In this case, the state is at a disadvantage. It cannot create any attraction that might cause the citizen simply to hand over his money, particularly without some reasonable quid pro quo. Mrs. Merkel would be loath to write a letter in which she asks citizens to throw their money out into the street, so that it might be used to rescue the Euro, which in any case has no significance for the ordinary citizen. They can live without the Euro; and particularly without a currency which is falling in value day-by-day, and has long since been past saving.
Citizens do not need money in itself. They are not even dependent on it. It is suggested to them that they need money, and suggested to them that they are dependent on it. This principle forms the basis for the swindle of the redistribution of money, which always takes place from the bottom up. The citizen, who earns, saves and invests hands over his money, where it is wasted on the dreams of bankers and to satisfy the ravenous appetites of the few. And as already said, in times of a crisis, such as that of the Euro, the bank is the state. A minor consolation may be that the state has to come up with some idea in order to get its hands on the citizen’s money.
The latest scam of the crisis is that the base interest rate has been lowered many levels by the ECB until it is now just over zero percent (0.25%), in order primarily to support the policies of national states, to come down from higher to lower debt interest, while the returns of savers suffer to the same extent. This forfeiture of returns via internal reconciliation with respect to the proportion which savers must renounce, helps to reduce the national debt of the country.
Politics and banks (including the ECB) are therefore sharing the task of taking money out of the citizen’s pocket, quietly and under control. This is one reason why the credit needs of bankrupt countries can be designed more favourably, so that, as in the case of Ireland and Spain, and allegedly also Greece, these can suddenly forego further rescue package funds. Ailing countries overcome by this measure the discredit of being totally bankrupt, although nothing has changed regarding their sovereign debt - a diversionary manoeuvre!
The fight against inflation can only succeed by raising the base interest rates. The ECB however has shot its bolt and is no longer in a position to raise the base interest rate, since this would mean the immediate bankruptcy of these countries (plus high debt interest for the respective national budget). The negative interest rate as only way for the ECB to put banks in a position to continue granting loans on favourable terms, to stimulate the economy, and in case this does not happen, for banks to pay charges in the form of interest rate penalties for parking their funds with the ECB, at negative interest rates.
This procedure belongs in the category of a false Euro rescue: another plan is to abolish cash or to apply charges to the savings of citizens.
Both plans require that the amount of actual cash or assets of citizens is known. The relevant information could be obtained from the banking system, which would take place without the consent of the citizen, and with little effort on the part of politics.
With this information alone, for example, the bankrupt state of Germany could provide security for new loans, in order to continue the pretence of a rescue. To this extent, both possibilities are conceivable, although they would not correspond to the previous behaviour of the money thugs, because they want to continue their poaching unhindered, as far as possible without restrictions of law, and they want the flow of cash to be maintained. The money should disappear into the pockets of the state and the banks - the citizens should get to know as little as possible about what is going on, and in particular offer no resistance. This happened previously mainly through the description and the trade in junk bonds; this source has however exhausted itself, so new sources must be tapped, although these are associated with risks, in particular the risk of resistance.
In order to obtain these charges, the necessary legal framework must first be created. Either on the part of the EU, which would then be rubber-stamped by Germany without approval by the people’s representatives, in order to be able to circumvent any opposing German law, or by a corresponding decree of the Government, which would then apply in the event of an emergency. This would mean however that the Merkel Government would have to make a statement on the actual state of the crisis, which is the last thing the Chancellor wants to do; it would also mean that the money would flow only once. That would be a drop in the ocean, and would result in this worst ever emergency having to be justified time and time again, in order to keep the money flowing; this would however increase the resentment of the citizen. Angela Merkel does not want this of course, and so she has so far never worked in this way. Unfortunately, she is sticking very much to character, so that a turnaround is not to be expected.
Abolishing cash would at the moment also mean resistance. The Germans, who were loath to part with the D-Mark, and never really accepted the expensive Euro, would most probably have little desire not to be allowed to hold their money in their hands. Nor can it be expected in the ageing country of Germany that all strata of the population have sufficient knowledge to maintain an online account, and thereby relinquish full control and authority over the money of the citizen in favour of the banks. This would cause huge protests, and protests are not at all Angela Merkel’s cup of tea. By means of negative interest rates and low inflation, the old and the young will not even notice how little money is worth, and there is still much to be made on the quiet from this decline in value. The loss of purchasing power is what the Merkel Government has been aiming at (and not only that of Germany, but all the Euro countries), if it wants to continue to prevent the crash of the Euro. From this source comes money; this source is almost secret. This corresponds to the approach of a German Chancellor and a European administration which takes it upon itself to be a type of government.
The negative interest rate however has another advantage. Together with inflation, it ensures the devaluation of the currency; inflation does not have to rise. This in turn looks good in political election programmes and propaganda speeches, and also has a beneficial effect on the economy, which politics makes use of in line with its lobbyist intentions. This concerns Germany, but above all the rest of the Euro countries, which means that the ECB is considering such plans.
After several years of crisis, we know that what the ECB is considering, has long since already decided, and that it will only take a moment for these ideas to be turned loose on the Europeans. The expropriation of the saver is coming, if the governments of the Euro countries continue juggling with dynamite and persisting with their supposed rescue of the Euro, and also their plans to monitor European bank transactions, such as by means of the new IBAN (International Bank Account Numbers), which from 1st February 2014 also apply for domestic transfers.
The EU Parliament approved the corresponding EU Ordinance for the implementation of the Single European Payment Area (SEPA) by a large majority and that, although the SWIFT agreement proved to be a failure, and little consideration was given to necessary data protection controls. The European Union expects a cost savings in the millions for banks (and consumers), because transfer fees no longer apply.
That was probably the actual reason for the standardisation of money transfers. If information is also obtained on purchasing behaviour, account movements and turnover, which the EU could use, then it is questionable to what extent the European Parliament to be elected in May 2014 is really in the picture, and which parties it supports by what decisions. Until now it has been big business, politics and banks, and lobbyists and consultants who have made a packet out of the lacking European legal framework - the people of Germany and Europe clearly have no lobby.
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