Ms. K.M. shared this interesting article from Paul Carrel which appeared on Reuters' news service, and it piqued my interest for one particular reason, the subject of todays "high octane speculation." See if you can spot what it was:

Germany's Gabriel says EU break-up no longer unthinkable

Did you spot it?

Before I answer that question and point out what caught my eye, let's recall that yesterday I blogged about the Czech President's statements about Muslim refugees, about the deeper cultural-political decisions facing Europeans, and about some high octane speculation about what that refugee crisis might have been created for. In that high octane speculation I advanced the idea that there will be an inevitable "change of course" from the Eurocrats.

But there's a financial and economic side to this "cultural politics" wrangle as well, and in this regard, it's important to note that Herr Gabriel is a member of Frau Merkel's coalition government, as as such, can be conceived as a "europhile" and fully in favor of the Europaprojekt (one that, I hasten to remind readers has peculiar resemblances to that 1942 Nazi-I.G. Farben-Reichsbank plan and some very peculiar connections to Nazi jurist Dr. Walter Hallstein). Indeed, the Reuters article attributes such thoughts and sentiments to Herr Gabriel:

Gabriel, whose Social Democrats (SPD) are junior partner to Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives in her ruling grand coalition, said strenuous efforts by countries like France and Italy to reduce their fiscal deficits came with political risks.

"I once asked the chancellor, what would be more costly for Germany: for France to be allowed to have half a percentage point more deficit, or for Marine Le Pen to become president?" he said, referring to the leader of the far-right National Front.

"Until today, she still owes me an answer," added Gabriel, whose SPD favors a greater focus on investment while Merkel's conservatives put more emphasis on fiscal discipline as a foundation for economic prosperity.

The problem for Frau Merkel is that the German Social Democratic Party will probably run Gabriel against her in this year's upcoming German federal elections:

The SPD is expected to choose Gabriel, their long-standing chairman who is also economy minister, to run against Merkel for chancellor in September's federal election, senior party sources said on Thursday.

Then Herr Gabriel said something at the end of the article, something which everyone already knew to be true, and something that, for readers of my book The Third Way, was obvious all along:

"But I also know about the state of the EU. It is no longer unthinkable that it breaks apart," he said in the interview, published on Saturday.

"Should that happen, our children and grandchildren would curse us," he added. "Because Germany is the biggest beneficiary of the European community - economically and politically."
(Emphasis added.)

Aw shucks, Herr Gabriel! Really? We had no idea who was really running things! Unless of course one takes the time to look at those wartime Nazi plans for a European federation, dominated by Germany, the pre-war "thinking" of Dr. Hallsten and the current structure of the EU, and notes the "coincidental" resemblances.

Nonetheless, it was not any of these statements that gave me pause and made me sit up and take notice. It was in fact the final paragraph of the first set of quotations I cited above. Here's that paragraph again:

"Until today, she still owes me an answer," added Gabriel, whose SPD favors a greater focus on investment while Merkel's conservatives put more emphasis on fiscal discipline as a foundation for economic prosperity.
(Emphasis added)

Now, you'll note something here: this is the same Herr Gabriel that in yesterday's "Tidbit" we noted wanted to ban extremist Islamic mosques in Germany. Now, today, he's talking about investment. Not austerity, not fiscal policy, but investment, and as such, I cannot help but think that Herr Gabriel has heard the German finance minister, Wolfgang Schaueble, loud and clear: the debt-growth model is over. Finance capital has run its course, and production - real production and equity - are the only way out of the mess.

What this signals is, I submit, a huge about-face, and even should Herr Gabriel lose any bid for a stint in the Bundeskanzlei, and should the Social Democrats re-emerge in any future coalition government with Frau Merkel (and if she should win, I think that possibility is very possible), then one may expect some "policy changes" in Berlin with Merkel's favored positions weakened considerably. (And if I were German, of course, I'd simply vote her out and buy her a cozy cottage in Malmo). Should Herr Gabriel win, then watch the rest of the EU change with him.

And Madam Le Pen? Well, interestingly enough, Herr Gabriel, while warning Merkel about the possibilities of a stint of Le Pen in the Elysees, appears with his mosque statements to be leaving a door open for some common grounds between Paris and Berlin, and notably, that open door is grounded in a cultural-political phenomenon, not a financial one. Even his economic message might find a more receptive ear with the French politician than he imagines.

This is going to be, as we already know, an interesting year.

See you on the flip side...

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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. Robert Barricklow on January 16, 2017 at 11:45 am

    Have they decided that having the 8 riches people in the world equaling the wealth of the poorest half of the world enough fraud for a while. The model will still be based on fraud, but toned down?
    Are Muslims the new cannon fodder t bring down wages, excuses for new draconian laws, new blood for wars?
    How about us shaking those 8 up-side-down and equalizing the economic polarity of wealth on the sorry corporatized robotic rock.
    Turn their spinning dead rock in space for exploitation, based on phantom wealth – to a living earth, based on real living wealth!

  2. DanaThomas on January 16, 2017 at 10:45 am

    Gabriel has definitely started his election campaign, if his statement, in response to the Trump interview in “Bild” about the US responsibility for the migrant crisis, is anything to go by.

  3. cursichella on January 15, 2017 at 9:59 pm

    This doesn’t necessarily make sense considering the source, however the Vice Chancellor’s deficit/Le Pen statement sounds like a warning/threat aimed at French voters. Elect Le Pen/cut off the refugees (and the One Europe/melting pot plan) and suffer the consequences economically?

    • Joseph P. Farrell on January 16, 2017 at 1:57 pm

      Could could definitely be another scenario too!

  4. goshawks on January 15, 2017 at 8:19 pm

    The EU versus European nationalism ‘fight’ bears an uncanny resemblance to the Federalist versus States Rights squabbles here in the US. There are certain advantages to centralization, but with the risk of authoritarianism (promoted by the banksters). There are certain advantages to nationhood, but with the risk of internecine warfare (promoted by the banksters). Until we can get out from the ‘root cause’ of both risks, “It is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.”

  5. Bluenose on January 15, 2017 at 4:35 pm

    • marcos toledo on January 15, 2017 at 10:03 pm

      Thanks for the link Bluenose yes the resurrection of the empire that was neither Holy or Roman meets the Third Reich marriage made in Hell.

    • DanaThomas on January 16, 2017 at 4:19 am

      Interesting, it remains to be seen what today’s influence of Pangermanism might be. They are very circumspect, compared to the past, about specific discussion on this topic. But we might look for “Pangermanism in action” with regard to Berlin’s policy in Eastern Europe, the old Lebensraum territory.

  6. DownunderET on January 15, 2017 at 3:24 pm

    Lets face it, the EU is a mess and no amount of jockeying by politicians will solve the inherent problems of this fascist organization. Only the people can change the power of the EU, and vote to give back their culture and the right to govern each country by their respective governments. So, Frau Merkel, it’s over and you will be getting your pink slip in due course. As for the Belgium elites, it’s OFF WITH THEIR HEADS, and none too soon.

  7. marcos toledo on January 15, 2017 at 10:52 am

    The house of cards that is the European Union may finally be heading of the trash can. Maybe the Europeans may finally begin asking themselves what it means to be a European once and for all. And what is it’s true territorial and cultural borders and who they really are. This circus that has been called Europe must look itself in the face and ask who am I.

  8. DanaThomas on January 15, 2017 at 7:17 am

    Let’s see if the “grand coalition” really does end this year with the SPD running independently, in which case Merkel may be left high and dry – her own Christian Democrat voters must be pretty fed up. And maybe this has been the plan by certain parties for some time. Going back to investment means going back to real wealth creation. On this note it’s interesting to see that in France, the Rothschilds have fielded their man Emmanuel Macron (see his bio on Wikipedia), adivsor to Hollande and bastion of financial capitalism. A direct intervention due to doubts about “Gaullist” candidate Francois Fillon (but Le Pen seems to be the real Gaullist here, and the one really in synch with this change under way in Berlin…).

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