NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM FEB 20, 2014

Joseph outlines what he believes connecting several dots - the Ukrainian Unrest, the German foreign minister's recent visit to his counterpart in Moscow, his subsequent statements, the current domestic problems of Chancellor Merkel's government, and Franco-German plans for a European internet - might indicate a huge geopolitical and financial stepping away from the USA by Europe...

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5 thoughts on “NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM FEB 20, 2014”

  1. Point 1. With regard to the EU countries setting up their own internet system, what does it matter when all information avenues, all financial institutions, and all political systems are ultimately controlled by the same handful of banksters?

    Point 2. The people of the Ukraine are screwed regardless of which alliance they make: Russia/Germany (& ostensibly France) or EU/UK/US! The banksters control both sides!!

  2. The clowns in the USA have impaled themselves on their own spear. So no we can look forward to being a colony of Europe again but then when have been really free sucked into two wars in the last century and propping up their imperialism since the last war around the world serfs we were and serfs we are.

  3. At the present urgent meeting of European Foreign Ministers, the only countries apparently fully behind the current “Gladio” operation against Kiev are Sweden (bye-bye neutrality…) and Poland. As for the latter, while we can understand that historically parts of present-day Ukraine once belonged to Poland (the former Polish Commonwealth and then the new post-1918 State), the attempts by some Warsaw politicians to “front” for crazy attempts to set up some sort of puppet government seem doomed to failure, since Germany and Russia are opposed to this. And the last times that Poland clashed with those two countries it got the short end of the stick.
    As you mentioned, the mooting of EU sanctions against Kiev is paradoxical, and after the unsuccessful dangling of the Euro-carrott there has been a shift to the stick: apparently, there is no overwhelming mass opinion in the Ukraine to hand themselves over to bankster rule.

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