Abduction of Europe

During the Second World War, the elites of the City of London and Washington D.C., were working out a scheme in which Germany and other European states would be “locked” under supervision of some “supra-national authority”. Following the constitutional example of the United States, the idea was to create “the United States of Europe” and introduce European institutions and agencies that would steadily overtake the competences of national governments.

The concept of the United States of Europe had been been intensively promoted in the 1920s, by an Austrian aristocrat, cosmopolitan and Freemason, Count Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi, a man of transnational heritage and ideas. His father was a diplomat, thus he was close to the Habsburgs as well as many prominent politicians, aristocrats and financiers. He was also a member of the Masonic lodge “Humanitas” in Vienna, where he absorbed notions of universal brotherhood.

PAN-EUROPA movement

In 1923, Coudenhove-Kalergi published a manifesto – “PAN-EUROPA” - where he promoted the concept of Pan-Europe as a “political and economic alliance of all states from Poland to Portugal to form a confederation”. The concept rested on rejection of nationalism and protectionism in favour of internationalism and liberalism. In his next book - Practical Idealism - published in 1925, he stated that: “The man of the distant future will be hybrid. Today's races and the boxes are increasing the overcoming of space, time and Prejudice fall victim”.

Pan-Europe manifesto sold well and its success was promptly spotted by the Jewish bankers who expressed desire to have a stake in this project. The Warburgs in particular, were very much for European integration seeking ways to submerge German nationalism. Thus, in the first three years, the organisation received financial support of 60,000 German gold marks a year from German-Jewish financier, Max Warburg. Coudenhove-Kalergi's Jewish wife, Ida Roland, was very supportive in terms of funds and the organisation had relatively high proportion of female members, which was a calculated move to tap into the strength of the feminists groups. In the following years, the Pan-European Union received funds from German businessmen: Richard Heilner from Deutsche Linoleum Werke, Carl Siemens of multinational electrical engineering Siemens Company, Carl Duisberg of Bayer, which in 1925 formed part I.G. Farben cartel, and bankers from Deutsche Bank, Dresdner Bank, Mendelssohnbank, or Darmstädter National Bank.

Further development of the project was put on hold with the rise of Nazi-Germany. Adolf Hitler saw Pan-European movement as part of a masonic agenda and in result Coudenhove-Kalergi's books were burned and German businesses withdrew their funding. Yet, the plans to create a European federation under German leadership were continuously discussed among German businessmen and financiers.

In Nazi-Germany, Walter Funk, German economics minister, broadcast as early as in June 1940 his proposal regarding economic future of Europe. He proposed that productive activity in occupied and satellite states be co-ordinated under German direction, concentrating agricultural activity in the East and locating the greater part of European industrial production capacity in Germany itself. Walter Funk chaired a committee which produced a series of essays which were coming out as late as January 1945, setting ideas for a Europaische Wirtschaftgemeinschaft (European Economic Community) strictly under German leadership, including a proposal for a single currency. These designs were campatible with the I.G. Farben's plans made during the war on establishing German hegemony in Europe especially in the field of chemical and pharmaceutical industry.

As early as in March, 1939 the chairman of I.G. Farben's legal committee, August von Knierem, circulated a report advising to camouflage Farben's foreign holdings by transfer of shares or similar interest to Germans residing in neutral countries or other trustworthy persons. In this period numerous finance and holding companies sprang up in Switzerland. A classic example was IG Chemie which was set up in Basel by the IG Farben Group in 1928/29 as a finance and holding company for German chemical giant's international possessions.

The preparations for the evacuation of Nazi-German assets have accelerated half way through the Second World War. About 80 percent of all Reichsbank gold sent abroad was laundered through Swiss Banks and the Vatican bank. The gold that was found in Germany after the war was transported to the Bank of England and New York Federal Reserve. Eventually, 10 European countries have made claims over the looted gold in the total sum of 550 million US dollars but only 78 million was available for distribution!

A large portion of the assets was evacuated to the United States and Latin American states, especially Argentina, where I.G. Farben as well as the Nelson A. Rockefeller's organisation, the Office of the Co-ordinator of Inter-American Affairs, had a strong representation.

In Europe, during the final phase of the war, the American OSS in Switzerland, which was an intelligence arm of the Rockefeller banking and oil Fraternity, conducted a series of negotiations with the Nazi officers offering employment and protection. The “Operation Sunrise” aimed to pave way for the cooperation between OSS and the Nazi-Germans to facilitate the evacuation of Nazi-German personnel out of Europe. The clandestine escape networks involved co-operation of the Vatican, the International Red Cross and fake refugee organisations. The best German scientists were scooped by the Americans as part of the “Operation Paperclip” whilst to “Operation Lusty” referred to capturing Nazi-German designs, documents and prototypes of advanced jet-fighters, bombers and other military equipment.

The money that was looted from the European countries, as well as the evacuation of Nazi-German personnel and technological know-how, formed the foundation on which the merchant elites of Washington D.C. built the American global power.

The “United States of Europe”

During the Second World War, the elites of the City of London and Washington D.C. debated the future of Europe. The land-lease supplies for Soviet Russia were determining fate of the countries in Central and Eastern Europe. These countries were to undergo a communist transformation, which would involve overtaking private property, nationalization of land and industry, and liquidation of all opposition. Yet, the future of western European countries was still undefined. The elites of Washington D. C. wanted to preserve Germany as a major engine of Europe's industry, but under allied control. They also planned to open European market for the American goods yet the existence of nation states and trade barriers between them limited the operations of the big businesses. They thus agreed to a concept of the “United States of Europe” based on Coudenhove-Kalergi's idea of the Pan-European Union. Jean Monnet, an investment banker closely associated with the elites of the City of London and Wall Street, was the person assigned with the implementation of this plan. His role was to persuade the French nationalists and international community that sovereignty was obsolate and political interests should give way to a federal union.

In Britain, the idea of European Unification was pursued by Dr Josef Retinger, a special communist agent of the elites of the City of London and Victor Rothschild. Dr Retinger took adventage of the fact that London became the headquarters of various European exiled governments and held meetings on this subject with many Foreign Ministers and cabinet ministers.

In Italy, the federalist Europe was promoted by Altiero Spinelli, a former communist who, during the war, was interred on the island of Ventotene, off the coast of Gaeta, alongside other communists and opponents to the Mussolini's fascist regime. Whilst in prison he drafted, together with a fellow prisoner, Ernesto Rossi, a manifesto which argued that, if the fight against the fascist powers was successful, it would be wrong to re-establish the old European system of sovereign nation-states in shifting alliances, as that would inevitably lead to another war. Thus, Altiero Spinelli called for the establishment of a European federation. On his release from prison, in 1943, the Manifesto, which came to be known as Manifesto of Ventotene became the foundation of the Movimento Federalista Europeo, which Spinelli, Rossi and others established in Milan, and which became quickly popular among other resistance groups in Europe.

The talks about the European Unification resumed after the end of military operations in Europe. Steadily, three similar political organisations emerged, all supported by the City of London and Washington D.C. The United European Movement was launched at Zurich in 1946 by Winston Churchill and his son-in-law, Duncan Sandys, once a member of the Anglo-German Alliance. The second organisation, the Union of European Federalists, held its first Congress in the summer of 1947 in Amsterdam. Among its prominent members was Altiero Spinelli. The third European movement - the European Parliamentary Union - was organised by Coudenhove-Kalergi.

The formation of various rivalry European movements prompted Dr Retinger to create the Committee for the Co-ordination of the International Movements for European Unity. In December 1947, the Committee assumed the title of the International Committee of the Movements for European Unity. Duncan Sandys was elected its Executive Chairman, while Dr Retinger became Honorary Secretary. Dr Retinger, an agent of Victor Rothschild, arranged finance from various industralists and on May 7, 1948, the Committee organized the Congress of Europe. It was held in Hague and chaired by Winston Churchill. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, former member of the Nazi Party, was appointed patron of the Congress. Among the eight hundred or so delegates there were eighteen ex-Prime Ministers and twenty-eight ex-Foreign Ministers. The Congress members who gathered in Hague agreed that national soverignty is obsolete and that Europe should be united into one entity. Therefore, the federalists agreed to set up the Council of Europe, a prototype of first european government.

In line with the old, masonic tradition, the first task of the Council of Europe was drafting the new charter of liberties. Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, came into force in 1953 and established the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg, ostensibly to protect those rights. The rights outlined in the Convention, such as “right to life”, “right to privacy”, “right to fair trial”, etc, were worded in such broad terms that it would require extensive and discretionary interpretation by the ECHR's judges to bring out its meaning in particular factual situations.

Significantly, neither the convention nor any other subsequent European treaty or charter of liberties made reference to Christian foundations of Europe, which determined European culture and identity, be it architecture, music, art, literature, laws and customs, and most importantly, moral and ethical concepts of society, since the times of the Roman Empire. Christian values have been rejected in favour of multiculturalism and broadly defined human rights.

The Labour Party in Britain including Prime Minister, Clement Attlee, had big reservations about the Congress of Europe and concepts of centralised power in Europe, partially because it was set and arranged by their Conservative opposition, Dr Retinger and the elites of the City of London. Although Great Britain eventually signed up to the Council of Europe, subsequent British governments showed distrust to the european institutions.

Meanwhile, the banking elites associated with Federal Reserve set up in 1948, an American Committee on United Europe (ACUE), to channel funds to Europe to the organisations supporting European federalism. Among the recipients of funds were: European Movement led by Dr Retinger, Belgian politician Paul Henri-Spaak, French politician Robert Schuman and Action Committee for the United States of Europe led by economic adviser to the French government, Jean Monnet.

First European Institutions

As the tension rose between Germany and France over the control of the then vital coal and steel industries, Jean Monnet persuaded Luxembourg-born French minister and Pétain's ex-minister, Robert Schuman, to propose to place the production of coal and steel under a common High Authority. This gave rise to European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) in 1952, which introduced a common market for coal and steal and a blueprint for future European institutions. Kuhn, Loeb & Co, under direction of Siegmund Warburg, sold 10% of the ECSC issue on Wall Street which was the first long-term post-war dollar loan for European institution sold in America.

The establishment of ECSC started the process of erosion of sovereignty of nation states in favour of the supranational institutions. In the 1950-ties, Belgian politician Paul Henri-Spaak was appointed to chair the committee to work on formation of a common market by abolition of trade barriers and establishment of a European Community for the peaceful use of atomic energy. The formalities were completed in 1957, when the representatives of the six states met in Rome and established the European Economic Community (EEC). The Treaty created a single market for goods, labour, services, and capital across the member states by reduction of custom duties and proposed a creation of Common Agriculture Policy, Common Transport Policy, European Social Fund, setting up increasingly more powerful supranational institutions, including the European Parliament and European Commission.

American corporate support of the European Union project also involved the support for the Bilderberg Group that was founded by Dr Retinger and Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, board member of I.G. Farben in Paris. The name came from a Bilderbeg Hotel near Arnhem, in the Netherlands where the first meeting took place in 1954. According to Giovanni Agnelli, the former head of Fiat, the list of Bilderberg participants was drawn by Lord Rothschild and Laurence Rockefeller. The purpose of the Bilderberg Group was to create a platform of communication between the heads of multinational corporations and banks, mainly those that made money on financing Nazi-Germany and Soviet Russia.

At the same time, the elites of the City of London and Washington D.C. supported Germany financially. In the 1950-ties, Hermann Josef Abs, former head of Deutche Bank and a board member of I.G. Farben, was put in charge of allocating American (“Marshall Plan”) funds to German industry. Eric Warburg, son of German-Jewish banker Max Warburg, persuaded High Comissioner of Germany, John McCloy, former assistant to Secretary of War, Henry Stimson, and trustee of Rockefeller's Foundation, to withdraw from planned industrial dismantling program. The list Warburg proposed to save from demolition included the steel works of August Thyssen and Krupp synthetic gas works, two major entities that supported Nazi-German regime. Acting in collaboration with the Washington elites, new German chancellor Konrad Adenauer started to grant amnesty to German convicted war criminals, including key industrialists. By the terms of the London Debt Agreement of 1953, the elites from the City of London and Washington D.C. agreed to write off about 50% out of German debts, those accrued prior to and after the Second World War. Finally, in order to protect German corporations, under Section 5(2) of the London Debt Agreement, the allied powers deferred the possibility for Poland and other countries to claim compensation for use of slave labour until final settlement of reparations, which to date have not been concluded.

In the 1960s, the Rothschilds and the Warburgs supported European project by issuing Eurobonds. Siegmund Warburg and his colleagues had to defang the taxes and controls designed to prevent hot money flowing across borders and find ways to pick and choose different aspects of different countries’ regulations for the various elements of their creation. The cumulative effect of this jurisdictional game was creation of a bond paying a good rate of interest, on which no one had to pay tax of any kind, and which could be turned back into cash anywhere. The main buyers of these bonds were individuals, usually from eastern Europe but often also from Latin America, who wanted to have part of their fortune in mobile form so that if they had to leave they could leave quickly with their bonds in a small suitcase. Through these operations the City of London had started to recover its role as a financial centre of the world, at the same time pioneering the modern concept of tax havens. The Warburgs and the Rothschilds thus helped to revive London as capital of world's finance and encouraged British government to join common market.

Single Market

In late 1980-ties, the German elites saw the collapse of former communist states as an opportunity for re-unification of Germany and further economical and political integration of Western European states under the umbrella of the European institutions. Since the early 1980s, a former Italian communist and leader of European Federalists, Altiero Spinelli, argued at the European Parliament that what made further integration a matter of urgency was the prospect of admitting new members, Greece, Spain and Portugal, which in the 1970s threw off regimes and restored democracy. In July 1980, Altiero Spinelli met with other MEPs in a Crockodile restaurant in Strasbourg giving birth to a 'Crocodile Club’, a cross-party group convinced 'of the need for European political reform of great width'. What this really meant was to give more powers to European supra-national institutions, curbing the sovereignty of nation states.

In 1986, the 12 members of the European Economic Community adopted Single European Act (SEA), which set as an objective establishing of a single market by 1992, and which extended qualified majority voting into the new policy areas. This meant the Council would have greater powers to impose its decisions upon member states against their will. Alexandre Lamfalussy, general manager of the Bank of International Settlements recalled: “Delors wanted a politically integrated Europe. The first step was the SINGLE MARKET, once you have a single market you have single currency, and then the door is open to political integration…”

The Treaty on European Union, commonly known as the Maastricht Treaty, came into force in 1992. The Treaty obliged most EU member states to adopt the new currency upon meeting certain monetary and budgetary criteria, although not all states have done so. The Maastricht Treaty created single common currency, the Euro, which was officially issued on January 1, 1999 as well as common economic and monetary union, with a central banking system.

British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher noted that from this point onwards, 'the agenda in Europe began to take an increasingly unwelcome shape'...

By the Treaty of Niece, which came into force in 2004, the EU admitted 10 new member states from the region of Central and Eastern Europe that shook off Russian domination, at the same time extending Qualified Majority Voting (QMV) in the European Council, thus weakening the position of small member states.

The next step was the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe, which expanded Qualified Majority Voting into policy areas which had previously been decided by unanimity among member states. The EU Constitution, which made no reference to Christian values of Europe, was eventually rejected in French and Dutch referendum in 2005.

Treaty of Lisbon – further subordination

During the leadership of German chancellor, Stasi protégé and former communist activist Angela Merkel, the Franco-German elites continuously pushed for changes to EU Treaties which aimed to diminish the powers of the nation states in favour of the European Union. The powerful group that lobbied those changes was the European Round Table of Industrialists, which previously lobbied for single market, European currency and expeditious integration of the market economies of the Central and Eastern Europe. This group consisted of corporations that once profited from Nazi-Germany including Krupp and Thyssen (which still cooperated with the Rothschilds), Bayer, BASF, Siemens, BMW, but also British companies that prior to the war were members of the Anglo-German association, such as Unilever. The result was the Treaty of Lisbon which introduced changes that meant to increase voting powers of the bigger EU member states in at least 46 policy areas, with the detriment to medium size and small countries, including Poland.

One of the major opponents of the Treaty of Lisbon was Polish Prime Minister Jarosław Kaczyński. He argued that Poland lost one third of its population as a result of war that was started by Nazi-Germany 50 years ago, and thus these changes would be strikingly unfair and certainly not in the spirit of universal brotherhood. Unfortunately, Polish Prime Minister was quite isolated on this issue in Europe and he agreed eventually to the new voting rules, negotiating a concession that they would not be enforceable until 2014, and securing an opt-out from certain new EU polices regarding abortion and gay marriages. Treaty of Lisbon came into force in 2009.

German-Russian energy project

The attempts of the EU elites to curb the powers of nation states ran concurrently with the new German-Russian energy project run by international Nord Stream consortium. The project involved constructing a gas pipeline that would run under the Batic Sea, from Germany to Russia, and which aimed to create a German-Russian monopoly over gas supplies in Europe and thus virtual economic control over other European nations. The majority stake in the project belonged to Gazprom, which evolved from the former Soviet Ministry of Gas industry and was staffed with people of former regime as well as KGB and GRU officers. Its major partners were German companies, BASF and E.ON. The Managing director was Matthias Warnig (former agent of Stasi), whilst Gerhard Schröder (German ex-chancellor) became chairman of the shareholders' committee. In the following years Dutch N.V. Nederlandse Gasunie and French company GDF Suez joined the Nord Stream consortium. Additionally, 26 international banks were involved in this project including Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank, Citibank and Credit Swiss, which were involved in financing, co-operating with or profiting from Nazi-Germany.

Polish Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczyński and his brother, President Lech Kaczyński, who were both members of Conservative Law and Justice Party, viewed Nord Stream project as a gigantic threat to Europe's energy security and breach of EU treaties, by allowing a possibility of bypassing EU member states of Central and Eastern Europe, which thus far were transit countries for the Russian gas. By creating monopoly and holding majority stake, Gazprom would be in the position to impose higher prices or offer lower price in return for political privileges and thus extend Russia’s influence in Europe.

Consequently, President Lech Kaczyński became a vocal opponent of Nord Stream and undertook efforts to make Poland less dependent on Russia's gas supplies. He developed strategic partnership with Ukraine and greater co-operation with the Baltic states, Azerbaijan and Georgia seeking to diversify gas supplies. In 2008, he also called up four European leaders and organised a trip to Georgia, which was a subject of Russian military aggression. Georgia was of Russia's strategic importance due to its transit of gas and oil and was a region that historically laid in Russia's sphere of influence. Russian leadership decided to use international recognition of Kosovo as precedent to back up a separatist region of South Osetia, in northern part of Georgia, which resulted in a large-scale land, air and sea invasion of Georgia. When President Kaczyński visted Georgia to show solidarity with the Georgian state he spoke very meaningful words:

“...We know that today it is Georgia, tomorrow Ukraine, the day after tomorrow the Baltic states, and later maybe my country. We deeply believed that our membership in NATO and European Union would bring an end to Russian appetites. But it was a mistake...”

Not long after these events, on September 17, 2009, the anniversary of Soviet Russia's invasion on Poland in 1939, the U.S. President Barack Obama, from the Democratic Party, announced his decision to abondon its plans to have a missile defence system based in Eastern Europe. This meant that Washington elites were on the reset course with Russia, a policy typical for the Democratic Party in the United States that often works in favour of American corporations and businessmen who are in various joint ventures with the Russians, also in the energy sector.

Few months later, on January 27, 2010, the chancellery of President Kaczyński informed the office of the Foreign Minister Radosław Sikorski, member of the opposition party in power, Civic Platform, about the President's plans to pay homage to the victims of the Katyń massacre in Russia. On the very same day Polish state-controlled oil and gas company, PGNiG, together with EuRoPolGaz SA that operated the system of transit gas pipelines and Russian Gazprom, issued a communiqué confirming the writing off Gazprom debt of 1,2 billion zloty relating to transit fees for Russian gas. The employees of the Chancellery of President Lech Kaczyński reacted immediately stating in public that they would call for an appointment of an inquiry committee regarding the cancellation of Gazprom's debts.

On April 9, 2010 took place the official launch of the Nord Stream project, marked by a ceremony at Portovaya Bay where the gas will start its long journey under the Baltic Sea through the waters of five countries: Russia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Germany. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and EU Commissioner for Energy Günther Oettinger, and the Nord Stream consortium’s shareholders from Russia, Germany and the Netherlands joined the ceremony.

The following day, on April 10, 2010, President Kaczyński and the entire Polish delegation, including generals, politicians, freedom activists and representatives of public institutions died tragically when the presidential plane crashed near the military airport in Russia. Prior to the flight the plane had been renovated in the aviation plant in Samara that belonged to Oleg Deripaska, the head of aluminium giant Rusal and close associate of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. Shortly before the flight, the plane had registered 11 system failures and the Russian mechanics from Deripaska's aviation plant arrived at the military sector of the Okęcie airport in Warsaw where they repaired the autopilot system.

The German newspaper Spiegel wrote on the date of the crash:

“Lech Kaczynski and his twin brother Jaroslaw made a bizarre political team. Aware of their own power, with an intuition for their people's current emotional state and a passion for political battles, the brothers kept the European Union on tenterhooks for years. Relations with Germany in particular suffered. But in the end, they took things too far...and it's unlikely Lech would have been reelected as president this fall. Now Lech Kacyznski is dead, the victim of a plane crash this Saturday..” (Jan Puhl, “The Tragic End of Kaczynski's National Mission”, Spiegel Online, 10 April, 2010).

The tragic death of President Lech Kaczyński brought to power President Bronislaw Komorowski, from the pro-German opposition Party, Civic Platform, who did not oppose the subsequent signing of a new unfavourable to Poland gas deal with Russia by Civic Platform government. Its leader Donald Tusk soon became President of the European Council.

With the Polish President Lech Kaczyński gone and Civic Platform in power there was no longer any opposition to the project that was going to make Europe dangerously dependent on Russian gas supplies.

Business as usual

In August 2011, it was announced that Exxon Mobile led by Rex Tillerson would sign multi-billion deal with Russian state-owned Rosneft to develop offshore oil fields in the Russian Arctic in return for access to resources in Texas and the Gulf of Mexico. Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin hailed a deal as “truly strategic partnership”. Three months later, on November 8, 2011, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, Prime Minister of France François Fillon and Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutter celebrated the opening of the Nord Stream pipeline which construction late President Lech Kaczyński had opposed.

Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014 did not stop certain American, British, Dutch, German and other EU corporations doing business with Russia. In April 2015, joint Russian-American venture Ford Sollers, launched the production of the Ford Transit in Russia. In February 2016, General Electric and sanctioned Russian energy firm Rosneft announced a long-term cooperation program for joint manufacturing of marine, oil and gas and electrical equipment. Dutch companies started to help Russia build bridge over Kerch Straits, connecting Russian mainland with previously annexed Crimean Peninsula, whilst Germany company Simens provided turbines for Russian power stations in Crimea. Also, in 2015, a group of European companies: Royal Dutch Shell, German E.ON (PEG Infrastruktur AG), German BASF (Wintershall Unit), Austrian OMV and French Engie signed an agreement with Gazprom for the construction of the second gas pipeline underneath the Baltic Sea to increase the volume of the gas transited to Germany from Russia.

Social engineering of the EU politicians

Another vital element on the road of centralization of power in the hands of the EU elites, who acted in the interests of corporate lobby, and the Russian-German alliance, was to break up cohesion of European society by undermining traditional western values often associated with Christian principles, traditional family unit and national pride. One of the methods was to facilitate mass migration from regions culturally and religiously different than Europe and thus change Europe ethnically and culturally, in line with Coudenhove-Kalergi’s plan. The illegal migrants who started to flood Europe in 2015, often did not come from regions directly affected by war, such as Syria, but they were economic migrants who were promised welfare benefits by the EU member states, especially Germany. In vast majority they did not wish to assimilate and many had links with various terrorist groups. The uncontrolled mass migration resulted in series of terror attacks and other crimes in western Europe that undermined the sense of security among European communities and were shifting their attention away from the corrupted European elites and their hidden agenda.

The EU Commission under presidency of Jean-Claude Juncker granted Italy and Greece, which became main transit countries for the migrants, hundreds of millions of Euros to facilitate migrant accommodation. In Italy, traditional mafia groups such as Sicily’s Cosa Nostra, the Calabrian Ndrangheta or the Neapolitan Camorra, as well as new groups such as Mafia Capitale based in Rome, profited from migrant crisis cooperating with local authorities. Jean-Luc Schaffhauser, member of European Parliament, blamed the City of London billionaire George Soros, the founder of Open Society Foundations and the associate of the Rothschilds, for having financed the “humanitarian infrastructures” that helped open Europe’s doors to uncontrolled flows of migrants. The migrants were initially pushing the boundaries of Spain, Italy, Greece and Hungary. In 2021, Russian and Belarusian authorities acted jointly transferring thousands of migrants from the Middle East onto the border of Poland and the Baltic States.

These events ran concurrently with the continuous intervention of the European Union institutions in the internal affairs of other EU countries, especially Poland and Hungary, which did not want to subscribe to the EU agenda in matters of open door policy, as well as in social, judicial and energy policy. The European elites tried to influence the course of events in those countries by supporting pro-German politicians, opposition media (often controlled by German capital), and the so-called independent foundations that promoted the ideas that were compatible with the agenda of the European Union. The European elites also threatened Poland and Hungary with the withdrawal of the EU funds and abused their powers by intervening in the areas that were beyond the scope of the EU treaties, such as judiciary and social policy. Furthermore, they were attempting to impose the supremacy of the EU law over national laws and Constitutions of those insubordinate countries.

Britain’s emergency exit

The new rising EU centralized state and open door policy boosted British nationalists who started a campaign to leave the European Union. They were financially supported by the British wealthy elites who opposed the new EU regulation announcements that meant to curb tax avoidance and offshore accounts. Britain’s exit out of the EU in 2016 fit well into EU integration plans and Russian-German alliance. After Brexit, London government lost political oversight and influence in the European parliament over the legislative process. The role of the Russian oligarchs in Brexit process is yet to be defined. The Russian influence in England is vast and dates back to the early 1990-ties, when the money made on the privatization of Soviet Russia’s state assets were channelled out to the City of London and other tax havens under British jurisdiction. It involves billions of pounds invested in London real estate, donations to Britain’s political parties and joint ventures between the Russians and members of the British establishment. What is known for sure is that the main supporter of the Leave Campaign in Britain, Arron Banks, was married to a Russian woman who was suspected to be a Russian spy, and that he had a number of companies that were registered offshore. During ongoing Brexit campaign Arron Banks acknowledged having three meetings with the Russian ambassador, Alexander Yakovenko.

European hybrid regime under corporate supervision

After pushing Britain out of the EU, the German elites, acting on behalf of their corporate superiors, aimed for the final liquidation of the U.S. military and economic presence in Europe. By paying less into the NATO budget, the German elites were forcing the United States to withdraw their army from German territory. American President Donald Trump saw quickly through the German and Russian agenda and made two vital moves: he pressured Germany to pay more for the U.S. army and imposed sanctions on Nord Stream. Unfortunately, the Republican President Donald Trump lost his office in 2020, having been constantly smeared in public by the U.S. mass and social media, those that were mainly associated with the Democrats and their financial backers, who often did business with Russia and whose interest did not often overlap with the interests of the American State.

Judging by the sequence of events, it can be concluded that the lack of accountability for the war crimes of Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia, on part of international bankers, German, British and American corporations, results in the reactivation of projects that these regimes once wanted to implement. It appears that we are now dealing with an attempt to create a hybrid regime drawing patterns from Nazi-Germany, which wanted German domination in Europe and Soviet Russia which subordinated individual countries on the basis of one ideology. It should be noted that both regimes, Nazi-Germany and Soviet Russia were socialist, as most European governments today, and both were supported by the very same corporate circles. These powerful interests are associated in various influential groups, among them World Economic Forum, presenting themselves as saviours of the world but in fact they are carrying out their plan of corporate monopoly and control...

November 2021