The Empire’s European castle of vassals is crumbling right in front of our eyes. But Nobody seems to see it?
The EU, a group of 28 countries, some 500 million people, with a combined economy of a projected 19 trillion US-dollar equivalent, about the same as the USA, have submitted themselves to the dictate of Washington in just about every important aspect of life.
The EU has accepted on orders by Washington to sanction Russia, Venezuela, Iran and a myriad of countries that have never done any harm to any of the 28 EU member states.
The EU has accepted the humiliation of military impositions by NATO, threating Russia and China with ever more and ever more advancing military basis towards Moscow and Beijing, to the point that Brussels’ foreign policy is basically led by NATO.
It was clear from the very get-go that the US sanctions regime imposed on Russia was hurting the EU economically far more than Russia.
This is specifically true for some of the southern European countries, whose economy depended more on trading with Russia and Eurasia than it did for other EU countries.
The ‘sanctions’ disaster really hit the fan, when Trump unilaterally decided to abrogate the “Nuclear Deal” with Iran and reimpose heavy sanctions on Iran and on “everybody who would do business with Iran”.
The people have had it. More than half of the European population wants to get out of the fangs from Brussels.
That’s why people are now up in arms and protesting everywhere, in one way or another in Germany, France, the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, Hungary, Poland, the list is almost endless.
The latest in a series of the USA attacking Germany and German business integrity, for that matter, are the US Ambassador’s, Richard Grenell, recent threats to German corporations with sanctions if they work on Nord Stream 2.
This attempt will fail bitterly, as various German Ministers, including Foreign Minister Heiko Maas, have loudly and with determination protested against such US hegemonic advances.
In France, the Yellow Vests went into round 11 of protests against dictator Macron, his austerity program and, not least, his abject arrogance vis-à- vis the working class.
The Yellow Vests and a majority of the French population want nothing less than Macron’s resignation. Protesters are consistently and largely under-reported by Christophe Castaner, the French Interior Minister.
In fact, 80% of the French back the Yellow Vests and their idea of a Citizen Initiated Referendum (RIC for “Référendum d’initiative citoyenne”), under which citizens could propose their own laws that would then be voted on by the general public.
The RIC could effectively bypass the French Parliament, and would be enshrined in the French Constitution. A similar law exists since 1848 in Switzerland and is regularly applied by Swiss citizens.
It is a way of Direct Democracy that any country calling itself a “democracy” should incorporate in its Constitution.
The UKis in shambles. Thousands are taking to the streets of London, organized by the People’s Assembly Against Austerity”, calling for general elections to replace the failing Tory Government.
They are joined by the French Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests), out of solidarity. Many of the UK protesters are also wearing high-visibility yellow vests.
Greece is recovering, has since many years a positive growth rate and is able to refinance herself on the open capital market. Greece is no longer dependent on the irate and infamous troika (ECB, European Commission and IMF).
Reality is completely different, as about two thirds of the Greek population are still hovering around or below the survival level, no access to public health care, affordable medication, public schools, umpteen times reduced pensions, most public assets and services privatized for a pittance.
Nothing worked. People are unhappy; more than unhappy, they are indignant. They demonstrated against Angela Merkel’s recent visit to Athens, and their protests were violently oppressed by heavily armed police forces.
In Italy the coalition of the 5-Star Movement and the small right-wing brother, Lega Norte, is pulled to the far right by Lega’s Matteo Salvini, Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister. Mr. Salvini is clearly calling the shots.
The Italians are firing strongly against Brussels and with good reason, as Brussels is attempting to impose rules on Italy’s budget, while the same rules do not apply equally to all EU member states?
This drive of destabilization cum destruction comes in three phases. It started with the Middle East which for the most part has become a hopeless hell-hole, a source of indiscriminate killing by the western allies.
The emperor’s puppets and mercenaries, resulting in millions killed and in an endless flood of refugees destabilizing Europe – which is the second phase of the triad. It’s in full swing. It happens right in front of our eyes – but we don’t see it.
It’s the Yellow Vests, austerity, increasing inequality, unemployment, social sector’s being milked to zilch by the financial system, popular uprisings’ oppression by police and military forces. The more chaos the better. People in chaos are easily controlled.
Now comes phase three of the triad – Latin America. It has already started three or four years back.
The Southern Cone – Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay – is ‘gone’, except for Bolivia. Peru, Colombia, Ecuador all the way to Guyana are governed by neo-liberal, even neo-nazi shaded Lords of Washington.
But there is still Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua and now also Mexico that have not caved in and will not cave in. “The Terrible Forthcoming Destruction of the Caribbean Basin”
People are sick and tired of being milked no end by a fraudulent pyramid system – constructed by the USA and her dollar hegemony and maintained by globalized private banking.
We are living in a private banking system that has nothing to do with economic development, but everything with a greed-driven domination of us, consumers, sold on debt and on money that we don’t control, despite the fact that we earned it with our hard labor.
Once our money is in a private bank, we have lost control over it. And mind you, private banks do not work for you and me, but for their shareholders.
But through hundreds of years of indoctrination, we have become so used to it, that being charged interest for borrowing our own money.
We should know better by now. There is no austerity for progress – has never been. This fraudulent IMF-World Bank concept has never worked, anywhere.
News Punch / ABC Flash Point News 2019.