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Unbelievable assets

Despite the current interest rate of almost zero, German citizens are supposed to be again, or rather still as rich as never before. The Bundesbank reported that the assets of the Germans are supposed to have increased again in the 1st Quarter 2014 to the level of € 5.2 trillion. That may be true statistically, but there will be many German citizens - like all those before them - who will ask where these alleged riches actually are.
The Germans as a nation have debts of around € 15 trillion (explicit, more than € 2.6 trillion and so-called implicit debts, i.e. payment obligations existing in the social systems of somewhat over € 10-12 trillion – in particular due also to the increase because of the drastic reduction of the base interest rates by agreement between the no longer independent ECB and the governments of the Euro member states (by which the economic and financial policy of the governments is divided between them and the ECB). This is compounded by debts incurred by rescue package liabilities of highly risky nature, for which write-offs will inevitably have to be made, and by Target-II claims of around € 600 billion, which do not have to be compensated for in Germany, and also by the debts of the banks between one another amounting to around € 300 billion, to name just some examples. The country is therefore bankrupt, while continuing to incur further debts on the backs of its citizens, amongst whom almost 7 million are saddled with additional debts of over € 300 billion, yet Germany still calls itself a supporting country, doing so however only because those same taxpayers are supporting the country against their will, and in some cases on several levels. All normal German citizens (population over 70 million), when taking into account all debts, including the implicit liabilities, are deeply in debt, and will also be burdened by future debts to enable national budgets in line with the Fiscal Pact, and liabilities from loans to other artificially supported bankrupt countries of the EMU, because these liabilities will have to be settled if these bankrupt countries become insolvent, and will then become payment obligations, i.e. further debts of the German state, because the banks giving these loans to these artificially supported bankrupt countries will not turn to the over 70 million liable citizens, but to the German state, whose obligations these citizens also have to bear as well as rights in the state. Without this circumvention, national budgets themselves would no longer be able to comply with the requirements of the Fiscal Pacts. This applies to Germany, just as it does also to Spain, Italy, France and Finland. Without the rescue package arrangement via forwarded loans of these artificially supporting countries to other artificially supported bankrupt countries, the limits for new and/or total debt within the meaning of the Stability Pact in the Maastricht Treaty, and then its replacement in the form of the Fiscal Pact, which from the very beginning had to be supported not by the artificially supporting countries, but by their citizens, could not have been maintained. The resolutions tabled accordingly by the Chancellor for draft budgets, budgets and supplements to these budgets are therefore fabricated in order to comply with the Fiscal Pact, and therefore strictly speaking are proposals consisting only of lies, which were passed by the majority of members in the face of the population and the governments of other EMU countries, so as to be able to present this eyewash and sanctimonious appearance as even better national economies than other bankrupt countries, for whom the Fiscal Pact was actually concluded; but this is not the case. By means of further support via the ECB, and two tranches of bank support totalling € 1 trillion for Spanish banks, and the indirect relaxation of the Fiscal Pact and the further relaxation of the stability criteria and mechanisms, by the request of France to devalue the Euro, the attempt of the ECB, through its Italian President Draghi, to transfer Italian supplier debts in the amount of € 200 billion to the other countries in the ECB debt allocation formula for the stabilisation of the Italian national budget, this clearly indicates, in addition to the exhausted situation of almost zero percent (currently 0.15%), and taking into account the impending transition from inflation to dangerous deflation, that the Euro can be anything other than stable and strong, and with regard to warnings pronounced by the ECB to investors and banks of an anticipated discontinuation of influx of capital into the Euro zone, and therefore in bankers’ language tantamount to having issued a crash warning, that there is nothing more to be said. All normal German citizens are accordingly burdened with debt, in the same way as the other 4 artificially supporting countries, and these are increasing daily - a fact which has often been reported by the Alliance for Democracy. A few Germans (between 7.5 - 10%) still have so much that they do not need to be debtors, like the other nearly 90% of Germans. These current figures of the Bundesbank therefore confirm the trend that the rich are becoming ever richer. And this also applies internationally: 85 super-rich people in the world have as much money as about half the population of the world, and this tendency is increasing, the other half of the approx. 3.5 billion people consequently have nothing.

The Tagesspiegel and other press have managed to deduce from such Bundesbank reports that civil servants are better off in comparison to pensioners, and are supposed to have particularly large amounts of money in their accounts (€ 300,000 on retirement, but only € 100,000 per normal pensioner or wage-earner). This is clearly nonsense, and arises from the inability of journalists to evaluate and present reports with figures sensibly and mathematically correctly.
The discussion originated with the last report of the Bundesbank on the financial assets of the Germans (4th Quarter 2013), and it is astounding how close the statistics are to each other. The author Werner Siepe, himself a pensioner and author of various books and specialist articles, wrote a paper presenting the following corrections, which we would like to commend to our readers in order to make it clear once and for all that statistics and figures, and people and their assets, can only be seen in relation to each other when the assets of a country are reconciled against its debts. This has no longer been the case in Germany since the onset of the crisis in the year 2007, because the national debt increased to immeasurable levels, burdening citizens in the same way as the devaluation of the Euro, which in turn constitutes a cost and burden on citizens, as the Alliance for Democracy has already reported several times, and as Thomas Weiss has also described, explaining why the bank rescue, Euro rescue and austerity policy often criticised by the Alliance for Democracy can mean no other outcome than the crash and the creeping devaluation of money and dispossession of citizens.
The following overview describes what citizens have recently been doing with their assets, and thereby working above all in the interests of the Merkel government(s), which continues to incur debts while giving them a more acceptable name, such as the special assets or more accurately the shadow budget, a sort of double book-keeping by the government, so that the actual national debt has no effect on the rules of the debt brake, and the national budget is covered, when in fact it is not.
People who strive for money often receive it, as shown by the pictures of funds professionals, and it applies to countries and governments which incur debts, and citizens who believe they can increase their assets by putting them in a bank. Investors make nothing on the stock market; but they continue paying while the banks make the profits. If the state one day reaches into the pockets of its citizens, it will be doing this deliberately, and it will be found that all national business was aimed solely at the alleged rescue of the Euro, to use the profits of citizens from the declining value of the Euro to refill the empty national coffers, and then it will become clear even to the most trusting that the ostensible saving policy of the Federal Government, and the convulsions on the stock market (including the manipulation of the interest rates and the continuing fall in the gold price) served the sole aim of being able to reach into full pockets, because in addition to empty national coffers, empty citizens’ accounts are of no use to the state.
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