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OH… AND ABOUT THOSE GERMAN ELECTIONS…

In case you missed it, Europe's leading economy, Germany, is holding its federal elections on September 26 to decide who will replace Chancellorin Angela Merkel after 16 years of her being at the helm in the Bundeskanzleramt. And as of today's writing, it's not looking too good for Merkel's Christian Democratic Union party. Germany faces hard political and economic choices, regarding the EU and its future, NATO, and... well, pretty much everything.

Today I'm departing from my normal routine of reviewing a blog by someone else, and just posting a blog by Thomas Luongo, who makes some intriguing comparisons between post-Merkel Germany and the USA, and some even more intriguing long-range predictions.  We can summarize those long range predictions with the short sentence, "What the Davos crowd wants just won't work." Here's his op-ed:

From the Notebook – Will Germany Finally Start the EU Breakup?

See you on the flip side...

29 thoughts on “OH… AND ABOUT THOSE GERMAN ELECTIONS…”

  1. Tidbit: there is a video circulating that apparently shows the partial results of the German elections, correct to the decimal point and broadcast during a popular quiz show THREE DAYS before the elections were held.

  2. On Italian MSM the coming German elections are hardly being mentioned at all – they are only talking about the you-know-what.

  3. Just to highlight how elections are prepped in a propaganda environment…
    right before the german elections, the Justice and Finance ministries were raided by investigative teams looking for evidence of malfeasance and corruption.
    Reason: the Finance Minister Olaf Scholz is also the leading candidate for Bundeskanzler (Social Democrat party).
    So in the news you hear about the raids and then segue into the campaign, the whole time the name Scholz is being repeated for emphasis.
    Don’t get me wrong… SPD or CDU/CSU it’s all the same thing.

  4. About Fukushima- I remember one article( unfortunately don’t have a link rights now, was on other device which was damaged), which proces that it was a sabotage done by PTB through their proxies (Israel+USSA).Ling story short, both earthquake and tsunami (again both of then artificially created) didnt manager to damage power plant , it was miniature nuclear device camouflaged as stereoscopic cttv camera,which blew it off.Since every nuclear power plant is essentially a diety bomb, Merkel decision to shut them down might seen reasonable- probabky wanted to avoid Japans fate.

    1. Doctor, we seriously need an option to edit what we write, many of us are not native english speakers and sometimes despite our best effort, we end up with some hillarious mistypes like my comment below.

  5. Be mindful of the “Crouching Tiger” in the dark seeking hegemony. Many might not see the stripes but they’re likely there, watching and waiting for the next opportunity to tweak the chaos sending useful idiots in another direction. Airlines worked well for starters but they were not the Blitzkrieg of last century many might presume.

  6. Tom Longo blog, 6sep2021, he has a way with words…

    “someone just smart enough to run the production line but not smart enough to deal with it when it breaks” and considering the pictured triad exemplary of, “a bunch of unelected, horrific women who are all the very definition of midwits and ideologues”.

    You’re not supposed to come out say stuff like that in today’s woke world where everybody knows white males are devils holding down all others.

    But then again, there are some disturbing things that can be pointed out.

    Merkel reacted to the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster pretty much like Longo depicts. Reportedly, “she attended the University of Leipzig, where she studied physics, and then the Berlin Academy of Sciences, which she left with a PhD in physical chemistry.”

    Despite this background in science, which should have given her the ability to logically analyze problems, she used her political power to shut down German nuclear power plants. Essentially, a panic reaction to Fukushima.

    In turn, this led to a jump in German energy costs and the renewed use of the type of low grade, high carbon, high polluting, coal Germany has.

    At Fukushima, the nuclear facility itself held up even through a very high energy Richter 9.0 earthquake – it was the subsequent huge tsunami that created the breakdown in safety features. (The maximum eq ever recorded was 9.5 off Chile.)

    The mistake was its coastal and near fault zone location, not that it was a nuclear plant.

    Japan is located in what is known as a compressional plate tectonic zone (as is Chile). Zones like this are capable of generating Richter 9+ level earthquakes, and accompanying tsunamis in certain conditions. In contrast, California is located in a plate tectonic transform regime which generates earthquakes usually maxing in the Richter 7s, far less powerful.

    In further contrast, Germany is not in an earthquake zone of any note at all, and I doubt that any of the plants the not very competent Frau Merkel closed were in any risk of having a Fukushima like tsunami hit them.

    In other words, the Frau was smart enough to run Longo’s production line until she imagined some kind of a problem.

    But there’s more. About 5 years ago the German parliament’s military commisioner published a paper stating that (under the Frau) the military had so degraded that it was no longer capable of doing much. That might be why German troops rarely left their base in Afghanistan.

    Leadership like: Cleopatra telling her boat crew to flee during the battle of Actium (deserting her lover Marcus Antonius), and ensuring the loss; “warrior” Queen Boudica slaughtering tens of thousands of defenseless people, then feeding her overwhelming numbers of troops into a single small Legion’s killing zone until they lost; Catherine the Great fooled by Potemkin Villages; Carry Nation, or the Hatchet Granny, leading her womens’ movement for prohibition ensuring the rise and solid establishment of American organized crime.

    But hey, modern educated women have come a long way,….. almost beyond belief, the Vice President of the US, Madam Harris (who earned her political rise from services to her mentor Willy Brown) during a state visit to Hanoi Vietnam, somehow thought a monument to an anti-aircraft gun crew that shot down John McCain’s attack aircraft during the VN war, was a tribute to McCain rather than to the Vietnamese gun crew.

    For some reason, the Vietnamese officials she was supposed to be enlisting to America’s side against China, quickly informed their Chinese counterparts that her public statements were rubbish.

    GO LONGO ! 😉

    1. The story about nuclear power in Germany is a bit more complicated.

      First let me remind you that in the 1980s there were both soviet and NATO nuclear weapons on both sides of the Iron Curtain, including both Germanys pointing to the other part of it. And since nuclear energy is most often to nuclear bombs, nuclear energy is very unpopular and considered highly dangerous. Remember also that the population density of Germany is 603 / sqmi compared to 80 / sqmi in the US, so just the storage of nuclear waste is problematic like everywhere in Europe (except maybe Russia: btw this is for me a general argument when we talk about overpopulation: maybe it is the high density that brings many Europeans — like me — to consider that there *is* a overpopulation problem, let’s say at least on the Eurasian continent: the ressources are obvisously limited.) Also, I do not pretend to evaluate the risks of nuclear powers correctly, but my knowledge there are no insurance policies for nuclear power plants.

      Anyway on that issue like on many other issues, Merkel followed the public opinion: indeed just after Fukushima, the CDU (eg Merkel’s party) lost the local elections in Baden-Würtemberg to the Green Party. It was already humiliating enough for her to decide to stop stopping the stop of nuclear energy: because giving up nuclear power was decided under Schröder and she in fact wanted to reverse this decision…

      I see the biggest errors of the Merkel government (before the Covid nonsens) is creating enemies everywhere in the rest of Europe during the 2008 finance crisis, sticking to austerity programs while saving banks: where as before that, Germany was considered rather positively all over Europe, it is now seen as threatening if not oppressive to the nations’ economy, identity and independence in many places from South to North and East to West of Europe. Remember Brexit? I guess if you would ask the people, some other countries would follow…

      1. >First let me remind you that in the 1980s there were both soviet and NATO nuclear weapons on both sides of the Iron Curtain, including both Germanys pointing to the other part of it. And since nuclear energy is most often to nuclear bombs, nuclear energy is very unpopular and considered highly dangerous.But following Fukushima, Mrs Merkel promptly scrapped her extension plan, and announced a review.<

        Which subsequently resulted in plant closings under her administration, consistent with what I posted.

        What went wrong at Fukushima had no application to Germany and you would expect a scientifically trained person to be able to understand that and to provide leadership in avoiding emotional panic reactions.

      2. I think my first replied got botched. Here’s what I intended.

        >First let me remind you that in the 1980s there were both soviet and NATO nuclear weapons on both sides of the Iron Curtain, including both Germanys pointing to the other part of it. And since nuclear energy is most often to nuclear bombs, nuclear energy is very unpopular and considered highly dangerous.But following Fukushima, Mrs Merkel promptly scrapped her extension plan, and announced a review.<

        Which subsequently resulted in plant closings under her administration, consistent with what I posted.

        What went wrong at Fukushima had no application to Germany and you would expect a scientifically trained person to be able to understand that and to provide leadership in avoiding emotional panic reactions.

        1. It didn’t matter what scientifically or technically is or was right or wrong if the public opinion and several media are against it, that’s how democracy works sometimes: I consider it part of it to make mistakes and follow wrong public opinions which no “leadership” can fix, otherwise “we the people” never learn. And for most Europeans it reminded us not only Cold War but also Chernobyl and consequent radioactive fallout, public institutions telling people to avoid to go outside, not to eat fresh fruits etc (except in France where they were told that the fallout would halt at the frontier), plus the multiple documentaries that showed how we were told in the 1950s that radioactivity is completely harmless, only to be proven (or told if you want) otherwise. So the technical reasons why it’s different in Japan didn’t matter.
          Btw: Japan was at that time still the 2nd most powerful economy and earthquakes are nothing new there, so one should expect that the risks of accidents caused by earthquakes would have been calculated and managed. But something in the most hightech & most organised country of the world went wrong: why should then Germans (that surely respect Japan for the hightech) think that it can not happen in their country? Even the map of the most pro-nuclear country of Europe shows that the danger is not thought to be completely under control: no nuclear power plant is nearer than some 100 km to the 10 mio megapole Paris, and most of them are at the border of the country…

          1. >It didn’t matter what scientifically or technically is or was right or wrong if the public opinion and several media are against it, that’s how democracy works sometimes: But something in the most hightech & most organised country of the world went wrong: why should then Germans (that surely respect Japan for the hightech) think that it can not happen in their country?<

            I think I pointed out that Germany doesn't have Richter 9 earthquakes and tsunamis.
            Have a nice day.

          2. https://www.nsenergybusiness.com/features/germany-nuclear-power-plants-2/
            >The German public has widely been opposed to nuclear for many years, before a coalition government originally submitted a policy to ban the country’s power plants in 1998. This was later cancelled by Merkel’s government in 2009.Merkel said that following the Fukushima disaster, where a 15-metre tsunami disabled the power supply and cooling of its three reactors, the risk of another chemical accident occurring was “just too enormous to be controlled by humans”.<

        2. >you would expect a scientifically trained person to be able to understand that and to provide leadership in avoiding emotional panic reactions<

          I wouldn't expect that… not if we're talking about a politician.

      3. An excellent analysis APEIRON .
        Got to know where you got that tag name from?
        From my perspective in Australia I have been surprised and disappointed with Merkel . Both a humble and likely honest powerful leader (they don’t go together) . Highly educated ie molecular physics, yet let a million undocumented Muslim refugees into Germany knowing the high birth rates and religious rather than nationalistic outlooks ? Everything has been a WTF moment .

  7. Robert Barricklow

    16 years of leading Germany down the drain;
    at least France has beat them out in the toiletry department.
    But, on this side of the pond, Bidet is beating everyone down that toilet.

    Well, at least Thomas Luongo know what this sh*t is all about,
    “What Davos wants just won’t work.”.

    Loved it!: “Honestly, the only woman here not pictured here who should be is French President Emmanuel Macron.”.

    It doesn’t take much to see the Davos imprint writ globally large
    in New World Order ambitions;
    that place the people right in the toilet,
    circling the global drain;
    in a race to bottom.

    These leaders are great a following orders of destruction; but haven’t a clue to building a better world for all.
    Davos is in the business of finance capitalism: money making money.
    Exploitation.
    That’s not world leadership.
    That’s world theft.
    Hold onto your wallets!
    Your hard earned money is circling the Davos & NWO drain$…
    Your wallets are the only thing Davos and the NWO are after!
    Then you’ll become their slaves.
    Just like in the good old days.

  8. It’s fascinating to see people in the West continually disregard the fundamental truth of our times. X, (The Powers that Be) has infiltrated every corner of the western world. They did it with central banking and a monopoly on computers and information tech. The control is more or less absolute.

    Its a good article but at the end the author loses it and comes out with this:

    “That’s how close it will be, barring any cheating.”

    The Davos crowd is going to cheat just like they did in the USSA ….and manage the information just as they did in the USSA….. and the people will go along with it just as in the USSA. ‘Barring any cheating’ is hilarious!

    “The powers that Be” are going for absolute control of the western world because the people can’t wake up and see that we —and our society and economy—- have been taken over lock, stock, passwords and police. This is a takeover primarily by something other than a ‘nation state’ although it may include China.

    The author speaks of the “Davos Crowd” as though it were a rich peoples club instead of the most formidable enemy of western civilization in history. Our own Tech, Government, Education, Media, and Politics are being used against us so successfully that we haven’t got a clue of what’s going on. No one can define “The Powers that Be.” Our enemy seems to be someone or something that knows us better than we know ourselves. The Goal is not to take over our society. Clearly the Goal is to create a new society. Logic suggests that we won’t like this new society if we even have a place or role in it.

    To quote a line from the remake of Battlestar Galactica: “The war is over… and we lost.”

    As a member of Western Culture all my life the sanctity of the vote is something I was taught never to question….

    Thats how they beat us.

    1. Yes, they are in the process of creating a new society. A society where there is no place for human kind 1.0 (us the reproducing and creating species in this universe) The species as we know ourselves (human kind 1.0) needs to be replaced with the androide / androgyne human where there is no place for reproduction as we know it Just google Hera, Health Environment research Agenda (Hera, the sister of Zeus). another agency linked with Blofeld his WEF.

      1. Robert Barricklow

        Being human is a given…
        but, keeping our humanity is a choice.

        Are we in an algorithmic gaze; where AI is already training us; where the whole world is increasingly being seen through the eyes of the computer[think observer]; where “they’re” experimenting w/programming uncertainty into algorithms, so that they are more aligned w/the nuances of human experiences?

        There’s a signpost up ahead:
        The Uncanny Valley.

    2. Good points… Personally, I’m not overly optimistic, but I don’t think they’ve won yet. I’m not convinced it’s inevitable they will have a total win. The Powers That Be (many of them, or their public puppets, are easy enough to identify) have some major weaknesses that might sabotage some of their plans:

      (1) Extravagant hubris. This makes them incapable of real self-critique. To design a successful strategy, you have to be able to see and acknowledge your mistakes, then fix them. This requires you to believe you’re capable of being wrong. Do they typically believe that? Do the technocrats working directly under them have the testicles to tell them that?

      (2) Being out of touch with reality. They’ve got teams of big-data analysts and technocrats studying society’s reactions, sure. But the big guys — the ultimate decision makers — live in a bubble. They’re so far removed from the lives of ordinary people, how could they possibly understand what the masses are thinking and feeling? This means a nation could be on the brink of literal revolution and The Powers That Be may not realize it till it’s too late. Think Louis XVI and the French Revolution.

      (3) Overreliance on computer tech. Big data and AI aren’t perfected yet, and they may never be perfect. I think it’s inevitable they will have unforeseeable glitches. They will lack human intuition — something you can’t program into a machine. Yet The Powers That Be are relying on them to create their digital dsytopia.

  9. The Elephant Underground

    Well. I can hear Mr. Luongo’s self-authorative, NY twang though it all.

    I am an occasional follower but found his foray into sexual aspersions here questionable to say the least. Defining a midwit as, “someone just smart enough to run the production line but not smart enough to deal with it when it breaks” and considering the pictured triad exemplary of, “a bunch of unelected, horrific women who are all the very definition of midwits and ideologues”, bemoaning that Macron was omitted rings true. He crosses a line and undercuts potential salvation purporting, “when you consider why women shouldn’t run countries, companies or even school boards” and “the older I get, the less I think women should even vote.” He could have potentially redeemed himself a bit by not leaving his “wife’s wisdom aside for now.”

    This brief remark brings to mind the late Leonard Shlain’s, “The Alphabet Verses the Goddess” thesis requiring deeply profound consideration, as it engenders historically highly successful Matriarchies whereby those women ran the show quite well. The Dali Lama maintains that Western women will save the world; granted, potential issues with that personae as well. So while these illustrative snakes are not worthy such a lofty belief, a Tulsi Gabbard, Kristi Noem or even better a Catherine Austin Fitts, who anyone would be blessed to have on their Board, at least attempt get the ball rolling from perhaps some sort of innate wisdom. Otherwise are we as informed women reduced to coming out of our kitchens with our knives for blood yet again? I hoped we’ve evolved to finding enough common ground to avoid such horrid, carnal tactics but perhaps not.

    You had to have seen this coming.

    1. Well. Thanks for saying that. I almost never see it coming. In my ‘world’ people are fair and kind and know that weak minded meanness is ineffective. It would be fair to attack the merits of a decision but a generalized swipe at identity is shallow and I don’t expect it. Maybe I have a switch that turns off volume when such syllables are expressed.

      A bitter man longs for the era where Europe was the breeding ground for world wars. A much simpler time with no women involved.

      1. A real example is what Hillary Clinton connived and assisted in doing to places like Syria and Libya, hundreds of thousands killed, maimed, millions of refugees. And corruption?
        Then that moronic woman Victoria Nuland recorded over open communications instigating color revolution in Ukraine, picking what Ukranian politician should win, disparaging the EU.
        Longo has it exactly right.

  10. The EU and Davos crowd will eventually fall to Jihad. The leaders bug out places in the southern hemisphere will be over run by angry refugees from the mess they create in the North. China will defeat all those who think they control her and colonize all the prime real estate that is in chaos. Foreign Elites will be stripped of their power and wealth and sent to Gulags.

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