There's growing pressures in Europe against the whole Brussels regulatory bureaucracy that really runs the so-called "European union." Mr. A.G. shared these articles about the growing opposition not only within France and Britain for an exit of those countries from the EU, the so-called Brexit and Frexit, but growing opposition within Germany to the whole EU as currently constituted. One cannot blame the Germans in a certain sense, for after all, as the economic locomotive of Europe, the Germans are left to pick up the tab for what they regard as the profligacy and prodigality of their "EU partners":

Frexit: Alternative for Germany Sees No Room for France in Ideal Eurozone

Pay attention to this bit of revelation:

Germany cannot exist in monetary union with France and most other European countries because of cultural differences which influence financial policy, Alternative for Germany (AfD) chairman Jorg Meuthen told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) in an interview on Sunday.

"Nobody wants to throw France out. But France is of course a political problem, for which I have no solution," he said.


"We can indeed have a common currency with the Netherlands, Austria, Finland or the Baltic states. They have the same culture of stability as we do."

"But the French have a different culture, not to mention the Italians, Spanish, Portuguese and Greeks. For example, they don’t want any austerity," Meuthen told FAZ.

There's two basic things to note here. First, the party expressing these views, the Alternative for Germany party, is the party that recently drubbed Chancellorin Merkel's Christian Democratic Union in local and state elections in some German states in the recent elections, elections which were seen by many in Europe as a growing rejection by the German electorate of not only of Merkel's laissaez faire refugee policy, but of her austerity measures vis-a-cis other EU members such as Greece. More importantly, you'll not that Herr Meuthen's statements indicate that a common currency is possible for Germany, the Netherlands, Austia, the Baltic states, and Finland.
What Herr meuthen is hearkening back to is the Exchange Rate Mechanism, otherwise known as the "Snake", that was engineered under Chancellor Schmidt and the currencies of the Netherlands, Denmark, Austria, and Luxembourg prior to the emergence of the euro and the modern EU structure. Under the Exchange Rate Mechanism, which I detailed in my book The Third Way, the Dutch guilder, Danish Kroner, Austrian schilling were all coupled or pegged to the German d-mark, and allowed to fluctuate against it within certain margins. When the echange rate fell out of those margins, the German Bundesbank would step in to restore those currencies to those margins. This, in effect, created a common--currency zone in the involved countries, making the d mark an effective reserve currency within that zone.
It was when chancellor Kohl then admitted France into this relationship that things changed, for the franc had to fluctuate within similar margins, which the Bundesbank would be required to enforce. When this arrangement didn't work(as it was inevitably bound to do), the creation of a common currency was the only option, and that was born the euro, and the EU.
Thus, what Herr Meuthen is proposing, if one reads between the lines a bit, is something rather interesting (and herewith my high octane speculation of the day): he appears to be proposing a return to the Exchange Rate Mechanism, with the inclusion of the Baltic States and Finland. In other words, what he appears to be proposing is internal currency zones within the EU, with similar zones, perhaps, of smaller national currencies tied to France. Or to put it succinctly, not a common currency, but rather, a few versions of the Exchange Rate Mechanism, one centered on Germany, another on France.
There's another thing to notice in his remarks, and that's the focus and emphasis on cultures. herr Meuthen is pointed out that there is no unified cultural sense in Europe, and that the euro, as a result, is an unworkable artificiality and abstraction. So where is all of this leading? Well, as already mentioned, I suspect it's leading not back to a restoration of national currencies per se, but perhaps to national currencies tied together in various European "Exchange Rate Mechanisms" until such a time that a unified culture can emerge. And to that end, I've long been suggesting that the refugee crisis was being deliberately created precisely in order to create a sense, among French, Italians, Germans, Austrians, and so on, that they share a common European culture and identity. After all, only in the face of a completely foreign culture, one sharing nothing of the humanistic values of Western Europe, can Europeans recognize that, despite their national cultural differences, they all share something in common that the refugees do not.
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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Urr12 on May 14, 2016 at 3:03 am

    I find Herr Meuthen’s comments about France – oh the way Germans always seem to have to rank themselves above other people – to be oddly reminiscent of Ernst Jünger’s opinion of the French as being “superior degenerates”. Some things never seem to change. So after forcing Europe into a structure that was built and it was able to use all to its advantage, with the complicity of part of the French elite (including François Mitterrand, former fascist, and Ernst Jünger fan) Germany wants to bail out. And yet France is still standing, I sometimes wonder how. For instance it was reported recently that the greater Paris region has the most patents application in the whole of Western Europe.

  2. RAJM on May 13, 2016 at 7:03 am

    IMF waded in this morning announcing a Brexit would trigger a housing price collapse and a doubling of inflation and recession. Das Banksters want the city in the fold…..for now

  3. goshawks on May 12, 2016 at 6:57 pm

    David Icke had postulated that the long-range plans of the NWO were first for combining-continents, before going for a world structure. North America was one. Significantly, Eurasia was another. This got me to thinking of his Problem-Reaction-Solution identification of the NWO’s preferred strategy:

    If we go with Dr. Farrell’s observations of the splintering of a common currency (the Euro) into “internal currency zones within the EU”, this weakens European unity. So would various Brexit/Frexit movements. So does the immigration ‘crisis’. So does the different responses to the economic sanctions. Etc.

    So, is all the above the initial Problem part of a P-R-S campaign? Another way of making a Eurasian collective is to fracture/fragment the EU. All these half-domesticated, individual states swimming around in the same pond with a friendly, non-domineering Russia prompts an obvious Solution. All we have to do is wait for the restiveness to build, until we are in the Reaction phase. If so, look for a convenient ‘economic unification’ plan to show-up as a Solution…

    • goshawks on May 12, 2016 at 7:49 pm

      From (thanks, chimera)

      “As we look into all this, it’s important to remember that the European Union was never meant to last. The only way the globalists could take down all the nations of Europe on cue was to lash them together under one currency, then crash the currency. This was always the true intent behind the adoption of the Euro, and this was the reason the globalists left their strongholds of England and Switzerland out of the currency. Unless the globalists press the delay button once again, the Euro will not exist by the end of this year.”

      • zendogbreath on May 14, 2016 at 10:05 pm

        gracias goshawks

        the keen grasp of the obvious is helpful.

        thank you for returning my memory to sane.

  4. DownunderET on May 12, 2016 at 3:51 pm

    Looks to me like the Madrid circular is dead in the water. The Nazi’ didn’t take into account the differences in culture (there’s that word again).
    If the UK goes, then it’s all over red rover, and the sooner the better for the people of Europe.

  5. Robert Barricklow on May 12, 2016 at 3:48 pm

    No self-governing country or form of self-governance would give up their sovereign right to issuing currency unless they swallowed some powerful Jim Jones cool-aid: centralized banking cartel’s interest bearing, debt-based currency.
    Those currencies can be orchestrated to bust or boom. They must continually grow to cover the Ponzi con. They suck the life out of humanity & the living Earth.

  6. LSM on May 12, 2016 at 12:01 pm

    “the refugee crisis was being deliberately created precisely in order to create a sense, among French, Italians, Germans, Austrians, and so on, that they share a common European culture and identity. After all, only in the face of a completely foreign culture, one sharing nothing of the humanistic values of Western Europe, can Europeans recognize that, despite their national cultural differences, they all share something in common that the refugees do not”

    I’m afraid it’s just the opposite: the European refugee crisis has been fomented to infiltrate every European culture (the US is next on the menue once the globalists have finaly finished with Europe) to dilute every European culture to the point of oblivion so that there will be NO “culture” left for anyone so that most (the sheeple) will be willing to accept a one-world gov’t-

    it’s called “The New World Order”-

    with respect to Dr. Farrell and all readers-

    Larry in Germany

    • justawhoaman on May 12, 2016 at 7:03 pm

      (LSM) Larry, in Germany had it right when he said that diluting the homogeneity of each European culture was the ultimate goal of the refugee crisis. Mass immigration of muslims will flood any country with people who are so much the antithesis of “European culture”, let alone endemic society, that everything falls apart. NWO at it’s finest!

      We must attack the “PC” message that it is about racism, or about religious prejudice. It is about unleashing an ignorant, unrelenting alternate culture into what has become civilized society and expecting a heterogeneous culture but homogenous society. It simply doesn’t work… and has never worked.

    • RAJM on May 13, 2016 at 7:01 am

      Your making the same point as Doc

      • zendogbreath on May 14, 2016 at 10:22 pm

        yep – standard jiujitsu. want to pull, then push your partner. he pushes back. then it’s easy to pull.

        problem reaction solution

        and if eu does not push back, then the cultural invasion accomplishes the same military strategy. either way doc’s right. and mr global profits

  7. basta on May 12, 2016 at 11:52 am

    Meuthen of the AfD is harking back to the very vocal and well-known public debate that went on in Europe before adoption of the euro, which pitted those advocating a pan-European monetary union against those who thought it was madness to link north and south — i.e., the industrious, upright Teutonic peoples with those wily though lazy layabouts, the Latins — and who advocated a two-tiered approach with a Northern core and a Latin periphery. And as for he French, they have been manipulating their currency since the days of Colbert, who was so jealous of the Dutch and their economic success that he single-handedly revived the French navy from decrepitude so as to invade and conquer the Netherlands. Didn’t happen in the end but you see that the French reflexively thought it was easier to beggar thy neighbor than to follow his example of fiscal rectitude and industrious trading.

    Anyway, you can go back and read all about the debate that went on at the time, and all the predictions that a single currency would eventually go bust because of the inherent, unbridgeable differences would eventually cause collapse when faced with a serious economic downturn.

  8. Neru on May 12, 2016 at 11:47 am

    Brussels in very deep dudu then. Belgium is a vasalle of France so…..

  9. marcos toledo on May 12, 2016 at 11:15 am

    Unfortunately Jorg Meuthen got it wrong Germany at least what was for time called West Germany was part of the Roman Empire. The cultural differences were played up since the fall of the Western part of that empire for tribal-political reasons. It is long past time to engage in these childish games the fate of Western-Central-Eastern Europe to the borders of Russia the Eastern part of Europe is on the line get your act together for once.

  10. chimera on May 12, 2016 at 8:32 am

    I have been following Ken over a and he has laid out over the last year what the plan is for the EU. So far, Ken has been dead on as to what Mr. Global has planned. Check out what he has to say. It reads like a script….which is being followed to the letter. Ken is one smart cookie and although I believe Mr. Farrell gets a lot of the behind the scenes history of “why” Mr. Global is doing what he’s doing, Ken gets to the nitty gritty of exactly “how” it is being implemented.

    Man these elites know how to build one tangled web of deceit. It is all a big power game and, unfortunately, none of us little people have any pieces on the board.

    If there is an existential space threat or one here on the planet….tell the people so the people can help in the solution instead of sitting helplessly while all these machinations go on behind the scenes tearing our lives and families apart. That is just cruel and Machiavellian. If there is no threat from space and this is just all Mr. Corporate trying to wrest control of the world from the legitimate governments and thereby humanity, then I don’t see any way that we stand a chance against this shadow group. I don’t want to live as a serf under some giant Corporation…..even though Americans are living as serfs under our United States Corporation. At least Americans have some control (minor though it is) over what happens in our lives.

    However, I keep hearing Obama at the Whitehouse Correspondents Dinner saying, “The end of the Republic has never looked so good.”

    • marcos toledo on May 12, 2016 at 11:35 am

      Thanks for the link chimera.

      • Neru on May 12, 2016 at 11:50 am

        Thanks for the link.

    • Robert Barricklow on May 12, 2016 at 3:37 pm

      Interesting link analyses following the money as a financial weapon of destruction. Originally design by Moors for Kings, Queens an aristocrats to destroy the then growing vibrant middle class due to the real free markets and currencies of the bazaar.
      Those SDRs have been in the pipeline a long time. Itching to hatch. Specifically designed to rescue and give more of life’s blood to the living Earth’s nemesis: the parasitic host.

    • Robert Barricklow on May 12, 2016 at 3:38 pm

      my reply went into the 3-day memory hole.
      Not enough untruths apparently.

    • zendogbreath on May 14, 2016 at 10:31 pm

      hey chimera,
      a bunch of these so well predictive folk look suspect. like david icke, foster gamble and a few other friendly folk who tell us so much that we already know and do so ever so emotionally.

      debunk and go back a bit on any of them and blavatsky occult ties to satan worship usually pop up. even without that kinda gafla, one comes around sooner or later to wondering how it is these folk are provoking so much and always losing so little.

      it does feel nice to think one has finally gotten a good inside lead on life and a good bead on things. that’s usually my first reason to start doubting.

      • zendogbreath on May 14, 2016 at 10:32 pm

        that being said i’m sure to spend the next couple weeks looking over that site. thank you.

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