The brazen mobbing of German lawmakers during yesterday’s vote on establishing a new bigger bankster bailout fund has sparked outrage with the website freiewelt calling the vote on the most important piece of legislation by the current coalition government a „farce“.
CDU politician Wolfgang Bosbach said he was thinking of quitting politics after party bosses pressured him to support a bill, which gives yet more free lunches to the bankers and super rich elite.
Two opponents to the bill FDP lawmaker Frank Schäffler and CDU Klaus-Peter Willsch were refused permission to address the parliament by their own parties in spite of the fact that a recent poll showed that 75% of the German people oppose more banker bailouts.
A new Emnid poll for Focus shows that every second German now wants the D Mark back. Even 52% of the voters of the extreme left wing Linke party want the D Mark back showing the depth of support across society for an end to the bankster’s euro currency, sold by the mainstream media under the cynical slogan of “European solidarity”.
The president of the German parliament Norbert Lammert had to use special powers for the lawmakers to be able give their speeches only to be mobbed himself in scenes reminiscent of the Reichtstag in the 1930s.
In his address, Frank Schaffler dared to point out the obvious fact that the new banker bailout violated laws. He also dared note that any government which violates laws is actually no better than a band of robbers – a remark which surely did not sit well with the ranks of yesmen masquerading as representatives of the people.
Schäffler listed the history of deceit and cynical lies of the coalition of Chancellor Angela Merkel when it came to telling the parliament and people the true facts about the bailouts and their costs.
Chancellor Angela Merkel and Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble shifted around uncomfortably in their seats, knowing that the speeches were being streamed live to a large audience over the internet.
CDU politician Willsch pointed out that Germany does not have the money for all these bailouts and criticised the fact that these astonomical sums were going to subsidise interest payments to banks, resulting in debt slavery for future generations.
The bill increased Germany’s guarantees from €123bn to €211bn — the biggest among eurozone states, but some economists have calculated the real cost could be 800 billion euros.
FDP lawmaker Otto Fricke attacked Lammert for allowing two opponents of the eurozone bailout the floor to make their criticisms of the banker bailout – something which the globalists like to portray as an extreme left-wing view when it is actually held by the overwhelming majority of German people.
Linke party lawmaker and former Communist party member Sarah Wagenknecht from an East German and Iranian background later played her role to perfection and gave a speech on the baikout in a style so over the top it was almost a parody of a Marxist activist.
In the end, a total of 523 lawmakers voted in favour of the bill, 85 against and there were three abstentions.
The fact that about 85% of the lawmakers voted for a monster bailout which will ruin public finances and wreck the real economy and which 75% of the Germans oppose has created a dangerous new split in German society and increases the chances of civil unrest.
After the disturbing scenes in parliament with the brazen attempts to muzzle opponents of the banker bailout, many Germans will surely now be wondering whether the new powers given to lawmakers by Germany’s Constitutional Court to control future bailouts will simply mean more brazen bullying and thuggery.
Many more such scenes are on the cards in the brave new world that is Europe in 2011. The vote on the expanded EFSF yesterday was only the first of a series of votes on banker money pools, including a vote on a second bailout for Greece and a vote permanent pool of tax money for banks to drain called the ESM, which is set to be established in 2012.
The passage of the EFSF will clear the way for the insolvency of Greece — it looks like the EU will make Greece go insolvent inside the eurozone creating more hardhsip — and for the banks to tap hundreds of billions as long as parliaments in Slovakia and The Netherlands can be bullied into equal submission by the bankster fixers.
Slovakia is not due to vote until October 17th.
Because European banks have been allowed to engaged in vast amounts of profitable lending without adequate capital and spent all their bailout money on bonuses, they are once more conveniently on the edge of „collapse“. European banks are requiring refinancing costs of as 4 trillion euros (4000 billion) next year alone.
Instead of nationalising the fractional reserve banks and charging banksers for the crimes, complicit governments are clearly ready to hand over the entire wealth of Europe.
Given the growing resistance in Germany to the bailouts, the banksters appear to have resisgned themselves to having eventually to use the ECB and EFSF to print money, riskig hyperinflation as Die Presse reported.
In a cynical report in the FT today, Bilderberg journalist Martin Wolf said that the time had come to consider printing money.
„It is the policy that dare not speak its name: the printing press. The time has come to employ this nuclear option on a grand scale. The alternative is likely to be a lost decade. The waste is more than unnecessary; it is cruel. Sadists seem to revel in that cruelty,” he said.
He must be referring to the bankers who are clearly going through an agonising roller coaster of emotions wondering whether their free lunches will continue or not and who are indeed facing a “lost decade” if the banks are abandoned by tax payers..
Wolf is certainly not thinking about ordinary people who will see their money eviscerated by inflation and hyperinflation.
The real recipients of the printing press largesse will, of course, be the banks yet again.
Wolf talks openly about making gilt purchases on the secondary markets to the tune of 100 billion, but it is clear, the bankers are thinking in terms of trillions of euros.