Well, it finally happened. Mad Madam Merkel has her coalition. But it comes at a very high cost, and in the long term, all may not be well:

Angela Merkel Strikes New Deal With Old Partners, at a High Cost

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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. Yiannis Katospiti on February 8, 2018 at 8:12 pm

    A Large share of Deutsch Bank owned by this Chinese conglomerate HNk. They can’t pay interest on their earnings. Sell off of assets and shares of DB on block, folks getting out ahead sending banks shares lower. Contagion ? Asian flu for Olympics ?

  2. goshawks on February 8, 2018 at 7:36 pm

    Germans are very practical people. They know that doubling the price of their energy imports (as a result of obeying US sanctions on Russian-sourced energy) will produce huge inflation at home and make their factory products ever-more unexportable. This bottom-line reality is what will ultimately ‘kill’ any government that kowtows to US sanctions. If Soviet tank battalions were massing at their border, that is one thing. Having Putin and Russia display caution and non-provocative behavior is quite another – to the ordinary German. Watch for a grass-roots “No more!” response to rolling-over at every US-instigated behavior…

    The other thing is the ‘loss’ of the Finance Ministry. I do not know the realities of the relationship between their FM and their ‘Fed’. In the US, the Treasury Department has been effectively ‘captured’ by the Fed. The decision-making comes from the Fed; the separation is illusion. If the German relationship is the same way, it matters not “who makes the laws” (i.e., which Party) – their ‘Fed’ will direct policy whichever way it chooses.

    (The big elephant in the room in all of this is Deutsche Bank. I can think of a dozen different ways in which it could instantly be at death’s door. Then, Germany – and the world – would be facing a crisis where all the political maneuvering would be dust in the wind…)

  3. Dag from Ringerike on February 8, 2018 at 5:34 pm

    The German mess of politics is for the ordinary people the mess of the immigration policy. With this “new” coalition they have put the problem under the rug.

    The culture in northern Europe is to educate the kids to be a part of the working force, to prospere and to start a family. This was the culture I was brought up to., And this was the path of my family and my friends. Period.

    What we are seeing now is that a great or big proportion of the new immigrants are not having those cultural values. It is documentet in Holland and Belgium that the workforce partisipatieant rate is about 60 % for the first genertion The next generation has fallen down to below 50 %..

    Our welfare state is a safenet structure. The not fortunate shall be taking cared of, if you have been rammed by an accident, you are not been abling to work, you will get a support from our statte sponsered insurance scheme..

    Well, our liberal NGOes and the main partieshave managed to hole out our system . Instead of to make a demand to our new immigrants, learn about our culture, what we expect from you, and learn the language (a must to work in Norway), they are putting them into our benign welfare system benefits.

    In Sweeden they are learning the lessons of their failed integration policy promoted by the leftist. According to the police, there are about 800 hard core young youths in the suburbs of Stockholm, Gothenburgh and Malmoe involved in severe crime. Over 130 of those immigrant kids have died on their turf wars, I was liistening to one of the kids interviewed by the Sweedish broadcast; he was speeking what I wil label as Kebabswedish. Those kids are lost. They are living in a bubble and in a lost culture. And now, Sweedish authorities are considering to place military on the most afflicted aerias. Why not start with the begiinning.

    And, by the way, the same pattern of the lost kids, is now coming true in Oslo, a 60 % increase if the crime rate of immigrant kids the last year. What a future for those kids, and what a future for the ordinary citizens, Our buraucrats and our politicians they are not doing a damn thing. They are living in the white suburban aerias, not facing the daily challenges.

    I think my reflections also can apply to Germany.

    • anakephalaiosis on February 9, 2018 at 5:07 am

      Norwegian state is a Rottenchild creation from 1905, and the royal line of stooges on the Norwegian throne has been in close cooperation with Rottenchild for 200 years. They are literally inbred.

      There is no political solution in neither in Norway nor Germany, because Rottenchild OWNS the political apparatus. German attempt politically to overthrow Rottenchild became WWII.

      There is another way, and that is to dethrone the Norwegian king by popular demand. It means, that someone must step forward, and claim the throne. Grassroots’ King Sverrir is on the move with a plan.

      • Baz on February 9, 2018 at 6:46 am

        Bring back the vorticular trouble-maker !

  4. Robert Barricklow on February 8, 2018 at 2:43 pm

    As in most these so-called democracies; it is the money that walks the talk, while the people talk the walk.
    Globali$t have freed their Nation’s money; while, at the same time, enslaving their people.
    Free the Nations from these internationalized & financialized chains of power. Replace that “bought & sold” Nation-State power with “real living representatives” symbolizing: “of, for, and by the people”.

    Time once again, the kick the money-changers OUT!

    • Robert Barricklow on February 8, 2018 at 3:00 pm

      Change the current international governance of corporate fascism – towards one representing “our” living Earth;
      NOT one where “their” current profit$ are “our” bottom line.

      This “living way of life” is the seed to carry to the stars;
      NOT one of dead-end chains-of-debt peonage enforced by technological dystopian means.

      • Robert Barricklow on February 8, 2018 at 3:33 pm

        As the going expression goes in these engineered Reagan/Thatcher Austerity privatized times:
        “You Have Nothing To Lose But Your Chains.”

  5. basta on February 8, 2018 at 2:03 pm

    Ha! Yes, Mutti is in quite a bind, isn’t she? And all of her own (and the globalist puppet-masters’) making, though that does not ever seem to deter her — or deter from her making those annoying hand signs, now does it?

    All my German friends would just as well throttle her, and the whole lot of them. They are aghast that Deutschland looks more and more like Belgium, where you can go years without a government and no one seems to notice or care.

    But one thing you neglected to mention is that this deal ain’t done yet; it has to be approved by the rank and file of the SPD — you know, that pesky democracy stuff and all that. Thing is, the SPD groundlings wanted no part of the coalition and wanted to drive Mutti out by not joining, so there is a very strong chance they nix the deal and it’s back to the drawing board.

    Or, in good EU form, they can just make them vote over and over again until they get the result that they want.

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