Well, since Angela Merkel is in claiming the mantle of Nazi resistance, I am reposting my book about the attempt to assassinate Hitler on July 20th 1944 called “Stauffenberg in the Wolf’s Lair.”
Claus von Stauffenberg came late to the resistance but he did make an heroic effort to assassinate Hitler and return to Berlin to launch a coup. It was an almost impossible task, but he nearly succeeded.
Now, my book includes elements indicating Hitler was a Globalist pawn following a long term plan to establish a NWO by crashing the economy and starting World Wars.
The parallels to the engineered financial crisis which preceded WW1, WW2 and which occurred in 2008 are clear, as even Mervyn King has admitted.
“Former Bank of England Governor Mervyn, now Lord, King said at the height of the 2008 banking crisis that it was the worst since August 1914.
An expert on economic history, King liked to point out that there was nothing comparable in the 1930s which many saw as the obvious parallel to the financial implosion triggered by the collapse of Lehman Brothers.
King believed there were clear similarities between 2008 and 1914 – a flight to safe assets, a drying up of liquidity and market interest rates soaring.”
In 1914, the Bank of England raised its interest rate to 10% and reduced liquidity available to banks and businesses by suspending the printing of more money, ensuring the collapse of the financial system and economy. But this act of vandalism went unnoticed presumably because knowledge of how the fractioal reserve banking system works was rare, there was no internet and because of the military conflict.
“Crisis management fell initially to the Bank of
England, which … raised
the bank rate from 3% to 4% and then to 8%.
The Governor also asked the Prime Minister
and Chancellor to suspend the Bank Act, which
would allow the Bank to print more notes to
relieve the pressure for liquidity from banks and
businesses. The political authorities’ condition,
based on past precedent, was a 10% bank rate.
This was duly implemented – the highest rate
in the world.”
As soon as the war broke out, the government issued debt free money, sovereign money, the Bradbury pound to finance the war effort.
Note, the UK government did not issue Treasury notes to ease the financial crisis!
“Despite the difficulties, Treasury notes played a vital role in keeping the economy moving during the First World War. For the first time in England and Wales, paper money became normal currency, used by ordinary people. After the war, its use continued. Treasury notes were issued until 1928, and thereafter the Bank of England took over responsibility for issuing £1 and 10s notes.”
The issurance of debt free, Treasury notes continued until 1928 when the private central Bank of England once more issued money with interest, paving the way for the next crash in 1929 and the next recession and the rise of Hitler.
The Bank of England was privatized in 1666 by Charles II who passed the English Free Coinage Act of 1666.
Germany only paid off its World War I reparations debt in 2010 and in many ways, its export orientated, underpinning loans to foreign countries resembles the post WW1 “reparations” economy, heading for collapse.
About 269bn gold marks, to be exact – the equivalent of around 100,000 tonnes of gold.
Germany is owed nearly a trillion euros under the ECB’s Target2 clearing system, which it will likely never get back.
“The European Central Bank has channeled funding equal to about
one-third of German GDP into Italy and Spain through the monetary
union’s payment-settlement system, Target2. In all likelihood,
Germany will get that money back some day, according to Bloomberg
Economics. In the meantime, the Bundesbank is exposed to a lot of
credit risk that could blow a gigantic hole in its balance sheet if
the monetary union were to collapse.”
That figure represents about half of Germany’s entire foreign asset surplus, the amount that the rest of the world theoretically owes the country.
Germany’s trade surplus is the largest in the world at 287 billion dollars, and in economic terms this surplus represents loans made by Germany to foreign countries.
The gigantic loans of Germany to Italy, Spain, Greece and other countries have a similar effect on the economy as the massive reparations after WW1.
“The country is facing a colossal debt challenge as it would take 800 years to bring their debt down to zero. Currently the deficit stands at €1,973billion.”
In fact, Germany and the eurozone is facing a financial and economic collapse like the 1930s when “faced with hyperinflation and soaring unemployment, people sought refuge in a movement that promoted national pride, and signed up to Hitler’s Nazi party – which used the reparations as a propaganda tool.”
Germany central bank governor Hjalmar Schacht and private bankers played a key role in getting Hitler into power .
In November, 1932, Schacht organized a letter signed mainly by bankers that urged then president Paul von Hindenburg to appoint Adolf Hitler as chancellor.
Hitler’s right hand man Martin Bormann was in charge of the Banking committee in Germany and coordinated the flows of money from the private banks to the armaments industry i.e. the private banks which crashed the economy then funded Germany’s war effort.
Martin Bormann escaped on the ratlines organized by the Vatican and Swiss bankers, and Hitler may also have escaped using these ratlines to South America.
A system of tunnels even today links the Chancellory in Berlin with the Swiss embassy, the only embassy left standing and operating in Berlin in 1945, as well as with the Germany parliament.
The point is, Germany, the Eurozone, the USA with soaring interest rates and stock market turmoil is very close to another engineered crash, which is accompanied by wars and false flag pandemics to divide and rule and kill the impoverished masses.