Germany is pledging a massive aid package to German businesses during the virus plandemic - in fact its biggest since the end of the Second World War - according to this article shared by T.M.:

Germany offers companies 'unlimited' credit to tackle coronavirus in the biggest economic aid package in country's post-war history

There's two things that caught my attention here. The first was this:

'Unlimited' credit has been offered to keep the country's economy afloat during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

Germany's Finance Minister Olaf Scholz reassured businesses during a press conference alongside the Minister of Economics and Energy Peter Altmaier today.

Mr Scholz said: 'There is no upper limit to the credit offered by (state-owned development bank) KfW, that's the most important message.' (Emphases added)

Now what I find very interesting about that last sentence is the mention of the "KfW". A few days ago I was sent an article that the Kreditanstalt fur Wiederaufbau was going make money available to German companies hurt by the virus plandemic's economic impact. I shared this article with various people, and even commented on it in passing on a couple of occasions, and then was informed that the article had completely disappeared. I did my own attempts to find the original article I was sent, and sure enough, it had disappeared. Now, thanks to the U.K.'s Daily Mail, apparently the story is true, for the "KfW" referred to is in fact the Kreditanstalt fur Wiederaufbau, which is indeed a German state owned bank "for Reconstruction" (that's the "Wiederaufbau" part folks), that was established in the aftermath of World War Two  for the reconstruction of Germany.

The story, in other words, is apparently true.

But what's quite intriguing here are the things that the article is not saying. One notes that any mention of the European Union is simply missing. Oh sure, there's a passing reference to how correct the European Central Bank - conveniently located in Frankfurt-am-Main - acted during the eurozone crisis, a proposition which is hugely debatable. With all the hype we've heard from Brussels, Paris, and Berlin about the wonders of the European superstate being able to deal more effectively with pan-European problems - and one would think that the plandemic certainly qualifies - one would think that the very first place that EU members would be running to are the bureaucratic Brusselsprouts in Belgium. But no, Germany appears to want to address Germany's problems in Germany.

Gee, what a concept. Why that returns us to the "bad old days" of the Kaiser and Bismarck and things like sane national policies and things like borders and a respect for one's national culture, danke schoen Frau Bundeskanzlerin. (Wir wollen unseren alten Kaiser Wilhelm wiederhaben? But at least according to that song and dance, you couldn't get sick drinking the water of the Elbe back then. Q.v. and if you know German, have a laugh.)

But I digress.

Not only that, by going to the Kreditanstalt, not only was the European Central Bank bypassed, so was the Bundesbank.


... the Eurocrats  and a few central banksters were left completely out of the picture...  Hmmmm... I'm picking up some distinctly Schachtian whiffs and scents here...

So here comes the high octane speculation: the move really speaks of the irrelevance of the Brusselsprouts. To be sure, they will have to pony up something, to maintain the appearance of their relevancy. But Germany has broken the Euro-trance by what in effect is a unilateral move... and that means they'll end up calling the shots of whatever EU response may be forthcoming. After all, as the article points out, they have the liquidity.

And who's to say that some of that KfW aid might "accidentally" make its way to a big problem in European banking called Deutsche Bank?

Aren't plandemics wonderful? You can get so much swept under the rug...

There's one more thing too. What's a World War Two bank "for reconstruction" doing in the story to begin with? Who are we, or for that matter, Germany, at war with?

See you on the flip side...


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. zendogbreath on March 28, 2020 at 5:25 pm

    Interesting point on the pets brought up by Robert.

    Our 3 dogs got kennel cough last for about 5 days each last week. Nasty dry cough. Soothed and silenced for short spells with tea and broth at various times of day. Salt, beef, mushrooms (especially soothing), tallow, echinacea. So far no symptoms for my wife and me.

    Those 3 dogs are the talk of the neighbors for years. We walk them daily all over off leash and they run the whole time and respond consistently. They’re kinda famous. Folk we never met approach us all the time going back years about us being those people with the dogs. The compliments are about how responsive they are and how happy they are and mostly how good, strong, fast and HEALTHY they look. All ways.

    They each got sick in turn a couple days after eating left over rabbit parts from messy kills left in a baseball field we walk. First sick was first to eat at kill. It is unusual to see so many kills left in that ball field in one week too. Usually see one or two kills a year in that field. Three in a week is a lot.

  2. Richard on March 26, 2020 at 6:01 am

    Not one to add a flashpoint to your “high octane speculations / suspicions,” as there might be a dark side made quiet that’s showing up with those spikes on the pandemic maps where they speak Farsi and Italian and such. Talk about a routing of indigenous populations as a dispersion of home populations takes root one can find some room for wonderment. It’s also probable that such phraseology is used as metaphor to suggest very large-scale operations after calamity to rally the local folks as post WWII would have been like. Those folks indigenous to the European continent know firsthand of that periods efforts to rebuild from the rubble as well as some of the mindset needed.

    What hasn’t been talked about because of its sensitivity (most likely) is that globalism allowed easy migration as well as the illegal activity that goes along with smuggling, trafficking, debt trapping, blackmailing, and the usual stealing. Quite a set up for takeover without firing a shot, essentially, importing your population loyal to the Party to serve in place at their new homes. Periodic junkets back to the mainland of the Party to report or rather renew generational ties and exchange ideas, too, no doubt (in a pig’s eye). They’re quick to shift the narrative when the talk moves in the wrong direction.

    At any rate, it seems clear – (Decouple) (Re-tool) (Get back to work innovating and building) for America and Homeland Alliances (Canada, Mexico). Germany has its debt ratio with the Party they need to resolve and who knows what blackmail lurks beneath the headlines and fine print. For closer workings in that Belt / Road region one should note the Sovietszky operations since they know the Party better than most blunderers taken in by cheap labor costs. Clinton might have approved of what came to be, but not Nixon. As for the Credit Institute for Reconstruction (your Kreditanstalt fur Wiederaufbau), it seems an example of NOT having your gold bullion or rather eggs in one basket. A prudent measure for the Aufstieg der Phönix aus der Asche. Only this Phoenix is partial to protecting its gold as dispersed. It’s quite apparent that that [We] of Deutschland miss the proud and glorious days of true sovereignty that spoke one language in unison. Goes to show you that some ideas are not lost through tumultuous chaos and changes to appease far away sovereigns. It seems they’re in a position to have their way, but not under failed pretenses of a past that others remain wary.

    Globalism seems to be getting modified in a big way, if not redefined and limited in scope. Possibly, removed. Those points of or virus hot spots in Italy and Iran could easily be areas where trafficked and illegal movements passed given the past changes in those regions of dispersion by you-know-who for those sent to serve-in-place. Those folks south of the Caspian are busy with their involvement with the Belt / Road proposition. Probably not what they bargained for. Convenient that they’re a younger grouping in spite of this pandemic.

    It’s becoming clearer who wasn’t immunologically prepared. A largely elder and infirm demographic group not unlike folks from you-know-where and other places that have made the casualty lists. The bullion will survive the viral bugs but those surfaces in the short term should be treated with caution or wait a week or two to self-clear from viral microbes. After all, they have maintained law for commerce and know the value of supporting those ledger books it generates with thrifty cleverness. There may well be a sequence repeated in the latest challenge. Not one to foster false hopes in profits in Düsseldorf, but Horace (or his learned financiers that followed his footsteps to curb inflation and stabilize the currency in use) will probably resist rearmament again, too, there are better things to build for the Fatherland – in the very least to maintain.

  3. marcos toledo on March 25, 2020 at 7:30 pm

    Can the resurrection of the Germanic Holy Roman Empire be that far behind? The European Union being just a convenient mask to hide behind

    • anakephalaiosis on March 26, 2020 at 5:01 am

      The imperial keystone is Charlemagne, who genocided a folkmoot in Verden, 782AD, by beheading 4500 Saxons, after baptizing them by force, to trigger retaliation from Scandinavia. Alcuin had connection to Lindisfarne.

      Therefore the so-called Holy Roman Empire was always an onslaught against Druidic Britain, to sabotage the Irish mission on the continent, that began by Columba in Iona, under the reign of Arthur II.

      The Druidry embedded woodcut alphabet is at the center of the conflict. Satanic papal empire is manifested in Charlemagne being crowned as emperor. Papal agents became Jesuits, who became Freemasons in the sewer of Paris.

      This is what the Massacre of Verden was about:

  4. basta on March 25, 2020 at 7:19 pm

    This is totally OT but well worth reporting. Since they’ve locked down France, the skies over Paris have been clear and blue. This is hardly ever the case, as the city is the most chemtrailed place on earth and I can supply endless photographic evidence of checkerboard skies and metallic rainbows over the capitale. In season, the place is gassed five days out of seven, with leaden silvery skies the norm. I’ve even seen planes flying in formations of three directly overhead, laying down the gunk with impunity, as no one ever looks up.

    FWIW, personally I find this *extremely* interesting and revealing, as we all know that stuff is not good for you. Methinks this “collective” project has also been suspended as the globolsheviks lose ground to those who just want to hunker down and keep the global Ponzi scheme from imploding.

    • DanaThomas on March 26, 2020 at 3:36 am

      I’m glad to hear that Basta, Paris skies are usually terribly crisscrossed and milky; this seems to be true, at least for the moment, in Central Italy!

      • basta on March 26, 2020 at 3:35 pm

        That’s great to hear Dana, I think there may be a silver lining here, at least a momentary one.

    • zendogbreath on April 1, 2020 at 11:52 pm

      yep. the climate greta crisis capitalist thunturdbergers are already claiming it’s evidence of climate change again. since now the world is too cool and we will need to crank up factories to get us back to a warm enough place to grow crops again after this food shortage. hmm

  5. Miguel Oniga on March 25, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    No, it’s: ‘Come to where the flavor is; come to Fassbinder Country’.

  6. Miguel Oniga on March 25, 2020 at 6:59 pm

    … where men are: Fassbinder Country.

  7. Pierre on March 25, 2020 at 3:29 pm

    Schact’s scheme had a unit of labour as the commodity that the currency was pegged to, which stops it going infinite (though there is some research out there that inflation was looming as the war preparation business was booming).
    In these days of robots and AI, and massive unemployment , perhaps it will be hours sat in a chair by an individual.I call this the HinternMark. HM for short (buttocks $)
    Else , with lockdown everything, they will need a whole big truck to deliver a single load of bread to a residence, and the backhall of said truck packed full of money (or toilet paper, if available) to pay for it. (advance on the good old wheelbarrows which wont work in a lockdown).

  8. DanaThomas on March 25, 2020 at 2:45 pm

    What, Robert asks, is the BIS doing at the Tower of Basel? They are issuing “post-crisis” proposals, that’s what! This one on the qualifications of key personnel (directors etc.), despite the turgidly technical jargon, might be making some bankster nerves even more jittery.

    • Robert Barricklow on March 25, 2020 at 6:26 pm

      Thanks for the link Dana

      The times?
      They are a changing….

  9. Robert Barricklow on March 25, 2020 at 11:16 am

    This has both: an international flavor, while maintaining a national one. International in communication of policies; national being what those policies speak to.
    To me this is significant as to painting who released this; and who knew?
    No pets get it?

    Oops got to go…

    White Rabbit

    • Robert Barricklow on March 25, 2020 at 11:59 am

      The pets comment was pointing out another factor in the plandemic. At first, on some news reports, the pets were being mentioned as carriers. But that’s corporate news fanning the flames.
      I look at news here[U.S.] as part of the international cabal; as well as the Democratic Party.
      And international is Mr. Global’s suit. But it appears his well tailored suit is coming undone. he may become naked. Now is that a virus side effect; or, vector target?
      So many contradictions in a national and/or national operations.
      The digitization is sought after by both, seemingly at odds, sides. Understandable, in that its an excellent control factor and money maker in surveillance capitalism.
      It looks like all factions are trying to take control of the virus ball.
      This would make a great televised game[football, hockey, soccer, you name your sport]. They’re winning here, but losing there. Yet, want other teams to join them; or, push them out/away.
      Then there’s the Biggy/International Banking cartel.
      What’s the BIS doing?
      Is the FED on board. Is the US Treasury subject to the FED; or, visa versa?
      Trump as the ball for now?
      The Democratic States versus the Republican States?

      • Robert Barricklow on March 25, 2020 at 12:08 pm

        So there is in fighting; and the international press is a great card in the game, except they don’t have the Trump card. Therefore, the news muddies the water in trying to get a clear picture. Even w/o the bias, the real picture is purposely deceitful and not going to be shown by either side, including some off stage actors.
        “The People” are the only actors seeking to broadcast the truth. But first, they have to find it. For know, its read the tea leaves and use your critical thinking tools.
        Something wicked has now touched down.
        SAs the song goes…
        We’ve only just begun…

      • Robert Barricklow on March 25, 2020 at 9:28 pm

        Just heard the BBC news saying that the House members are scattered across the country and will be lucky to pass the bill by end of week.
        Also, each Governor will make the decision when to become open for business. In both cases, it’s international[democrats] versus republicans[National]; w/individual differences w/in[capture].
        U.S. news decidedly leaves out above; saying that Trump/Republicans are the blame holding the checks up[cite reasons that obfuscate obvious facts]

  10. Joseph Aiello on March 25, 2020 at 10:59 am

    Are we looking at another country dismantling their central bank?

  11. Roger on March 25, 2020 at 10:17 am

    I need to see if I can get a ten million loan on my small tile installation business and buy ten million in silver to sell when it goes back up!

    • Roger on March 25, 2020 at 10:19 am

      I’m willing to list the Brooklyn Bridge I recently bought from one of my neighbors as collateral for the loan.

      • Robert Barricklow on March 25, 2020 at 12:09 pm

        Good one Roger!

  12. NR on March 25, 2020 at 9:50 am

    This is actually nothing new.
    KfW have always had bond emissions, mostly for the purposes of regional development post unification.
    This said, these amounts are unprecedented and reminding everyone they never gave a ### about Brussels – they own it.

  13. DanaThomas on March 25, 2020 at 8:26 am

    KfW and the latest German economic aid figures now up to 850 bn euros ($930 bn), from Der Spiegel:

  14. guitardave on March 25, 2020 at 7:06 am

    With the new daily info about different ‘strains’ coming out, it appears to me, and many others, that we’re in the midst of a germ war.
    Normally reconstruction banks appear AFTER the war…looks like the Germans are ahead of the curve on this one. Not surprising at all, when you think about it.

    PS: Check out some of the vids on George Webb’s YT chan…he’s been talking about the bio-weapon/strains idea for a while now.

    • anakephalaiosis on March 25, 2020 at 9:19 am

      Assuming, that the virus is a French patent, manufactured in China, then the hunt is on Jesuits, and their apron version, Freemasons.

      They are all agents of Satanic papal empire, as infiltrating moles, that organize superstructure into superstates.

      The Glücksburgs descend from Hesse-Kassel, who financed Rottenchild, and facilitated Weishaupt. Crowned pretenders are agents in plain sight.

      Pope is, and has always been, a mass murderer. Corona is obviously crown virus!

    • Robert Barricklow on March 25, 2020 at 12:11 pm

      Yes, that thought occurred to me.
      The Chinese[and others] may try to get the goods on the virus so they too can trigger and/or fashion a different target as well?

  15. anakephalaiosis on March 25, 2020 at 6:35 am

    No matter, how much the Satanic papal empire wants the Reichsapfel to be an orb, it will always be a Rynstæf.

    Fall from branch, takes path of gravity, in free fall, that apple symbolizes.

    Fall, death and resurrection is vegetative cycle, explaining Green Man in British churches.

    Rynstafas are Druidic geometry in Notre Dame.

    • Robert Barricklow on March 25, 2020 at 12:13 pm

      I’m of reminded of that hero, The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

      • Robert Barricklow on March 25, 2020 at 12:14 pm

        Ring any bells?

      • anakephalaiosis on March 25, 2020 at 6:52 pm

        Victor Hugo was Freemason, and therefore one of Weishaupt’s moles.

        Coronavirus has Jesuit fingerprints, from the sewer of Paris. Patent EP1694829B1.

        There is difference between building cathedrals, and bombing them.

        Corona is crown agent.

        • Robert Barricklow on March 25, 2020 at 9:31 pm

          Well said.

          I wouldn’t put anything past them.

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