WATCHING ITALY… AND AUSTRIA… AND GERMANY

I don't know about you, but for me watching events in Europe these days is putting quite a dent in my budget, as my popcorn is now being delivered on pallets. And the problem is that there seems to be no rhyme nor reason to it. For one thing, Germany, or at least some segments of its media, appear to be taking a "tough" position vis-a-vis the new coalition in Rome by referring to the "moochers" of Rome, according to this article shared by Mr. H.B.:

Germany Points Finger At "Moochers Of Rome"

And in an unprecedented move, one story even has German troops moving up to the Brenner pass to help Austria police the border and prevent(!) refugees from streaming across the pass from Italy(article shared by Mr. T.L.):

Deutschland und Österreich verstärken Grenzkontrollen

And all this while the government of Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz is planning to expel some imams and close down some mosques in Austria for promoting radical Islam, and notably, the mosques have been tied to financing from ottomaniac Mr. Erdogan's Turkey(article shared by Ms. K.M.):

Austria's right-wing government plans to shut down seven mosques and expel up to 40 foreign-funded imams in crackdown against Islamist ideology

This of course isn't the first time that Austria has had some words about ottomania and Turkey; consider this to-the-point rant from the Austrian parliament a few years ago:

Well, they ignored this gentleman and his concerns, and now, Herr Kurz is Chancellor of Austria.

Now, you might be scratching your head while you're eating your popcorn, wondering, "Wait a minute, isn't Herr Kurz's government the same sort of 'right wing" and 'populist' disaster that Mad Madam Merkel was crowing about during her last election campaign? What, then, is Germany doing supporting the Austrian policy when the whole European refugee crisis can be laid squarely at the feet of Mad Madam Merkel and her lap poodles in Brussels? Apparently Germany can close the borders, particularly if they're next to Italy and even though they're Austria's borders and not Germany's. Is this Anschluss 2.0 or something? Apparently what's good for the German goose is not good for the Italian gander."

Well, if you're wondering that while you're eating your popcorn and watching the wonderful entertainment and soap opera that is the E.U., then join the club, because I am too.

But wait, there's more!

While Der Spiegel is complaining about the moochers of Rome, Mad Madam Merkel (according to this article shared by Mr. H.B.) is all kumbaya over M. Macron's proposals for a joint European military (which is what they've both wanted all along anyway):

Merkel Backs Macron's European Army Initiative

Oh how wunderbar! Perhaps Ms. Merkel will be the recipient of the Charlemagne Prize once again. (And, the idea occurs to me, that the E.U. needs a "Cardinal Richelieu Prize" for the European leader most successfully opposing Germany and/or the technocrats in Brussels. Perhaps M. Macron might consider Signor Conte, the new Italian prime minister, for the first award, or, as alternatives, Nigel Farage, Marine Le Pen, or Geert Wilders? But I digress.)

Oh, and speaking of Italy, I told you this was going to be fun, because the Italians, noting that the whole E.U. and euro serves the economic interests of Germany best, have come up with a novel proposal and, lest one think this is part of an opera in the amphitheater at Verona, they're entirely serious about it too. What's the proposal? Germany should leave the E.U., a "GEREXIT" so to speak, since the European Central Bank (conveniently located in Frankfurt) has been caught red-handed fiddling with Italian bonds(shared by Mr. L.G.R.), as in, not buying them:

Italians Angry After ECB Admits It Slashed Purchases Of Italian Debt During Latest Cris

Well, so much for quantitative easing. Apparently if one challenges the cultural suicide agenda of Mr. Globaloney, there won't be any "easing." Well, two can play that game, because Italy can either leave the eurozone, or, suggests Italian politician Paolo Savona, Germany can:

What Goes Around Comes Around In Spain

Now, if you're in Switzerland watching this crazy soap opera (Libretto by A. Merkel, music by A. Schoenberg, A. Berg, and I. Stravinsky), you might be suspecting that this disaster could all be laid at the feet of central banksters, and crony finance crapitalists like Darth Soros, and you'd be wondering what to do about it. You'd be right about your diagnosis of the vector of the disease, but that still leaves what to do about it? Well, one thing you might be thinking about is changing your whole world-famous banking system, and getting rid of the banksters' power to create money out of thin air, and nationizing that power and requiring a 100% reserve(article shared by Ms. K.M.):

Is Switzerland About To Create A New Banking System?

There's a lesson in here somewhere, and I suspect that it boils down to this: financial geopolitics and "central bankism", as we've seen it practiced by Mr. Globaloney, cannot afford to ignore culture. Perhaps that's why the Bilderbergers have invited a papal representative to their meeting this year.  Sadly, the papacy represents a hollowed out institution, and the rest of the churches of Europe, the same. Archbishop Welby of Canterbury, for example, has recently chattered in florescent rainbow colors about how lovely the whole E.U. idea was, comparing it favorably to the Roman empire, and of course dropping the favorite buzzwords of the Gramscian, "diversity" and "peace" &c &c &c:

Archbishop Justin Welby criticised over praise for EU

Perhaps all the E.U. really needs is a Fuehr...  er... Emperor to preside over restored gladitorial games, which can be televised on European television, and social status points can be awarded Chinese-style for watching them. Perhaps a few Christians and "Populists" can be sacrificed in those games in order to set the cultural suicide agenda back on course. Or perhaps what is needed is a restoration of that power still residing in Rome that claims a supremacy over it all to this day and that used to wear tiaras instead of pointed hats, which they lately adopted to reassure us all that they were no longer interested in their "past agendas", even while retaining all the language of the same as they were running as fast as possible form other signs and symbols of Roman Catholic tradition. Just think of the possibilities: an infallible, supreme and universal jurisdictional claim in the hands of Marxists and progressivists and banksters. It's got to bring a tear to Darth Soros' eye... oh, and lest we forget, there are some that believe that the current occupant of said spurious claims was, in fact, a "regime change" operation to bring about precisely that, an operation launched by... oh never mind.

Then there's the other possibility: perhaps the current roster of mediocrity in Europe's globaloney leadership simply needs to go.

See you on the flip side...

 

 

 

 

 

 

25 thoughts on “WATCHING ITALY… AND AUSTRIA… AND GERMANY”

  1. yep more blaming victims whether it’s moochers who’s currency and economy is being siphoned out from under them or anti-immigrationists who are forced to deal with overloads of immigrants. anyone remember switzerland’s reaction to the immigration issues when refugee moslem factions started running each other over in swiss city streets in their bmw’s and mercedes?

    meanwhile the average (vast majority) working folk (who are too busy keeping alive to study and learn) have no idea what weaponized immigration nor economic warfare mean – other than that their lives are getting rougher and shorter.

    the collapsing of russia that the west did with gorbachev and yeltsin, is being done to europe first. and is following on to the ussa. it’s a long steady fuse. dmitry orlov predicted that in detail long ago.

    word on the bilderbergers. interesting the when, where and who of it. in turin? with papal equivalent of state dept? along with all the other big m.i.c. heads meeting nearby and scurrying over to turin as well?

    doc, thank you on this one. well writ and pertinent. how far can italy get in this direction? hilarious – or at least ironic- that suggestion of someone being ejected from eu. how can italy stop merkel et al from further greeking italy? is this point a possible indicator?

    www dot heatlhnutnews dot com /new-italian-government-set-to-repeal-vaccine-mandates/

    googling italy reject vaccine got me a whole lot on mandatory vaccines in italy and nada bout opposition.

    guess my question runs, can an entire govt be successfully memory holed as merkel et al obviously desire?

    btw. is anyone else getting more intrigued by anthony bourdain lately. hadn’t really noticed this guy before recently. sounds like he was always a fierce guy. did he just lately get fierce on mr globaloney’s more sensitve subjects? impressed that he published his observation of weinstein sharing the same intel private army as trump in their personal predatory efforts – black cube and ami.

    www dot brasscheck dot com /video/thoughts-about-the-death-of-anthony-bourdain/?omhide=true

    www dot brasscheck dot com /video/executed-by-suicide/?omhide=true

    www dot brasscheck dot com /video/israels-murder-inc-laid-bare/

    if you can dissappear most of garisson keelor’s work without so much as a show trial when he gets me2’d over touch a woman’s back, apologizing and getting apology accepted repeatedly verbally and in writing, then perhaps the same can be done to bourdain or any other celebrity not towing the transhumanist line as well as all the occultist celebrities in marina abramovic’s wake.

    alright perhaps i’m answering my own questions here. i’m starting to get that what’s published today is not intended to convince anyone today. i started thinking that what’s published today is intended to convince the next few generations that what happened before them was justified, understandable and beyond the control of the power that be (in our time). a kind of a grand scale false flag. now i’m starting to get that what’s published today isn’t much intended to convince anyone of anything in the next few generations. it’s only intended to appear to be an effort at providing a smoke screen.

    1. ZDB, a good article on Anthony Bourdain. Thanks. I’ll have to put Brasscheck on my list to visit…

      1. The scoop of Bourdain and other hollyweird hangings. Also detailed analyses on Q drops found at

        www dot neonrevolt dot com /2018/06/09/suicide-weekend-weirdness-come-on-up-to-the-lab-bourdain-spade-pizzagate-qanon-greatawakening/

      2. brasscheck’s been good a very long time. used to be along the lines of oathkeepers types. their one weakness as far as i can see is the veganism will save the world meme. other than that, it’s good to see their reliable cynicism and research. and they’re constantly picking up more sources.

    2. The real scoop on Bourdain and the other Hollywood “suicides” this week, along with analyses of Q drops can be found here : www dot neonrevolt dot com/2018/06/09/suicide-weekend-weirdness-come-on-up-to-the-lab-bourdain-spade-pizzagate-qanon-greatawakening/

    3. Neon Revolt is the website you want to look at concerning Anthony Bourdain and other hollyweird suicides/sacrifices. Also covers Q/anon drops daily. I’ve tried to post the link a dozen times to no avail. Even typed out the safe way.

      1. are these the guys?
        www dot neonrevolt dot com
        thank you for the link. will check em out.

        1. perhaps the mod’s gotten used to me.

          ps. curiouser and curiouser about q-anon. so far jason goodman and quinn michaels provide most interesting ideas i’ve seen. they do go long on their vids though. even if they prove out to be gate keepers, at least they’re a few levels deeper into the system (at least for me).

          pps. is anyone else getting the feeling that we researchers and our research is being consolidated by our own successes. every time we get more knowledge and learn who to trust more and who to trust less, we all find ourselves working in groups of people who cross reference each other progressively more.

          1. I agree with your pps statement, I’ve noticed that on this side of things the Venn diagrams have been becoming more interconnected. We are almost as well networked as the opposition. The bs stuff gets separated into quarrelsome groups, while real information seems to be cross-correlated on websites with active commentators,
            who have put in the work to filter out disinfo, limited hangouts, etc.

            There is a thread which links them all, and the perpetrators are having troubles removing the red paint from their hands.

            Also, the post regarding Bourdain and others on Neon Revolt is titled Suicide weekend.

  2. I am curious about the ‘response’ to all these matters. The latest Bilderberger meeting had as a major topic “to be discussed” (read: marching orders to be handed-out ‘from above’) the growing Populist Movement. (Note how this movement is proclaimed as a negative…) I expect that the Elite Serfs will pivot on a dime and ‘execute’ whatever agenda had been decided-on. No, conspiracy-thinking is for tinfoil-hatters…

    1. Robert Barricklow

      That’s their modus operandi.
      They start opposition parties and when they’ve gained traction; totally turn them around 180 degrees.

  3. marcos toledo

    This use of immigrates to destroy on a continental level is nothing new it was and is still being used in the Americas and Australia. As for a Turkish invasion of Europe anyone what to guess the ethnic origins of the Huns then there was that fiasco called the Crusades that accelerated the Turkic invasion of Europe instead of rolling it back. Does Yugoslavia Checoslovica ring a bell Spain is now being set up to be broken up which begs the question who is behind the further balkanization of Europe?

  4. I think it’s great to see all of this arguing and name calling going on in the EU. Well at least that takes the heat of Russia. Living in Australia, we are first a continent and secondly a very, very, very large Island, and so we don’t have any other countries at our borders. I cant imagine living in a country with two or more other countries at your borders and people jumping from one country to another. Apart from the cultural differences, these countries have been at each others throats for centuries, so it’s not hard to see the tit for tat goings on inside the EU. The sooner this monstrosity falls on it’s sword the better.

  5. False dichotomy of “satanic marxists” vs. “angelic fascists.”

    I see no difference between left-wing nutters and right-wing nutters.

    Fall for lies once again my friends, and in the end you the people will be the ones that are shafted … and it happens again and again every single time.

    Entertaining stuff though I must say to watch them battle it out. As David Icke said once the anti-globalists (once they come to power) sound even more scary than the globalist elite.

    Falling for politicians’ trick again and again. For how long will people be fooled by right or left or top or bottom or center or strange quirks and quarks called opportunistic politicians.

  6. Well I also found the Austrian accent good to hear and found nothing to disagree with. Pity Turkey was allowed to keep Istanbul/ Constantinople after WW1.

    More duplicity by the English to save the Empire.

    W.

  7. To me, the ECB (the central bank cartel), is doing what its done time and time again. By slowing down the bond and/or debt purchasing, they are essentially “shrinking” the Italian economy. My guess, they will do so, until certain terms are met and/or present Italy with an offer that they cant refuse, for something in return. Basically, create a dip, then buy the dip.

    The “Bauer’s”, have been doing this for a LONG LONG time.
    http://www.rense.com/general88/hist.htm

    Perhaps, “The Rape of Russia” isn’t just coming to the USSA, but to our European “friends” as well? In today’s Global Economy, the West is extremely connected and intertwined with one another. Maybe, just maybe, the “sanctions” placed on certain countries have not been a means of economic war or leverage, but to insulate them from the ripple effect that is sure to follow a western collapse? If a certain breakaway society, who has positioned themselves as the worlds leading financier were to shrink the sum of the western economies sententiously, that would be one hell of a buyers market.

    Thoughts?

    1. Furthermore, a “European Army”, seems like a great way for certain powerful defense contractors to become the preferred vendor to a single party, as opposed to Lockheed and Boeing being forced to compete with European manufacturers. I bet Raytheon and other heavy hitters, would LOVE this opportunity to centralize their lobbying efforts on a central party.

      To me, the financial and now, joint military chatter, suggests a consolidation going on in Europe right now. IMO, the “open boarders” and mass migration are simply a divide a conquer tactic to distract the natives from seeing the big picture.

    2. Robert Barricklow

      Has the deadly ring of truths.
      Hard truths about those puppet masters who cherish enslavement as a tool; if not, the tool.

  8. No cashless here thanks very much! Italian political leader Salvini has made banksters choke over their coc kta ils, this time by saying that there should be no limitations on the use of cash. The oligarch excuse for limiting cash as been to allegedly stop money laundering, but nowadays international fraud is based on digital payments…

  9. No cashless here thanks very much! Italian political leader Salvini has made banksters choke over their cocktails, this time by saying that there should be no limitations on the use of cash. The oligarch excuse for limiting cash as been to allegedly stop money laundering, but nowadays international fraud is based on digital payments…

  10. Robert Barricklow

    “Moochers” LOL!!!
    The systemic fraud built into the system; it’s those at the top of the system that feed off those at the bottom of the pyramid.
    The NWO has weaponized immigration and to fight against the designs of the NWO is verboden.
    Loved the speech!
    The 7 countries that former General Wesley Clark bragged about caused the problem.
    The main players are nearly always making a policy of:
    “Do as I say: NOT as I do!”
    Loose your own currency and you’ll have the Euro.
    Now loose your own military and trust us.
    To pull out the roots: money from nothing?
    Now that’s getting down & dirty.
    In other words: getting down to brass tacks.

  11. Yes. To the current elites: please go and do let the door hit you on the way out!

  12. Helden Spirit

    I do so enjoy the Austrian accent. Wonderful clip from the Austrian Parliament.

  13. The panicky outcry by globalist media as Italy stops the first “NGO” ship from unloading human trafficking victims in the country will undoubtedly backfire: what better way to send a message down the grapevine to people (above all in Africa) who have fallen for the message of the human traffickers that they will achieve paradise on earth as long has they hand their money (and children…) over to the said traffickers.
    Needless to say the oh-so-humanitarian globalist hypocrites are only interested in the profit and social engineering aspects of this terrible new slave trade.
    And given the looming derivatives apocalypse (i.e. Deutsche Bank), they will soon have to kiss these profits good-bye… and probably the “European Army” project as well!

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