Donald Trump’s election has seemed to bring the political situation in the United States a little closer to the one in Europe. He has rightly pointed out the base madness of Angela Merkel’s decision to flood Germany with hordes of young Muslim men from the Middle-East (or, as Politico says in this article, ‘bullies her for her being courageous’). More than just bringing discussion of Europe’s disintegration to American politics though, the shift of power in America has caused the domestic political situation to mirror that of Europe.
As a result, we should be able to learn much about the situation in Europe from looking at what is going on in America- and vice versa.
To that end, let us make some connections.
First, let’s look at ‘Anti-fascist’ Antifa protestors.
The public has become document, discovered on a presumed lost USB stick could answer a question that most of the media do not arise normally. If once again blocked a Pegida-march, an AFD event disturbed or en masse Autonomous are deployed, is about – often with subliminal sympathy – reported but not questioned why the Antifa is actually so well organized.
The answer is surprising: Behind the seemingly loose organizational contexts of anti-fascists hiding therefore a good cross-linked structure. “In order to ensure a rapid disbursement of the demonstration fee, it is essential to keep getting on and off the membership card to the dedicated scanner on the bus,” it says in the letter, which is signed by the “Board” the Antifa.
This is obviously not an isolated case. Already end of January has pointed out that the Antifa with buses to the protests against the Austrian FPÖ academics ball to arrive and the participants are paid here. A corresponding Twitter entry of “Antifa eV”, which states that even more than 48 buses were scheduled, divided both the FPÖ Kreisverband Vienna City center as well as the party leader Heinz-Christian Strache. A payroll of a so-called anti-fascists about 498.05 euros, including foreign and night surcharge, was also publicly afterwards.
But where does the money that distributes the Antifa structure with both hands in order to suppress others in their freedom of expression? Coming in from the German media defamed as propaganda channels Russian TV channel RT has researched the backgrounds.
In an organization chart, the connections between Club, Antifa GmbH and Antifa union on the one hand, and the Federal Government, political parties and associations demonstrated on the other side. Accordingly, the Antifa benefit of direct financial support by the government, but also the party cartel from SPD, CDU and the Greens.
Other parties have demonstrated that much of this funding comes from George Soros-sponsored organizations as well.
Undercover journalist James O’Keefe’s organization has published numerous undercover videos this year showing that Soros-backed organizations in America have been responsible for all sorts of riots, protests, and illegal behavior during the 2016 election cycle. Based on that it would be silly not to think the Antifa in America- like those protesting the last two days in Washington- are, to significant degree paid for directly by Soros and his ilk.
Similarly, we have this ‘Women’s March’, which has been shown to have similar roots.
The following investigative piece is from Zero Hedge, but was actually written by a Liberal, feminist Muslim women who apparently voted for Trump for some unique combination of factors, and who heartily dislikes Soros (sounds like an Ayaan Hirsi-Ali type, perhaps).
By my draft research, which I’m opening up for crowd-sourcing on GoogleDocs, Soros has funded, or has close relationships with, at least 56 of the march’s “partners,” including “key partners” Planned Parenthood, which opposes Trump’s anti-abortion policy, and the National Resource Defense Council, which opposes Trump’s environmental policies. The other Soros ties with “Women’s March” organizations include the partisan MoveOn.org (which was fiercely pro-Clinton), the National Action Network (which has a former executive director lauded by Obama senior advisor Valerie Jarrett as “a leader of tomorrow” as a march co-chair and another official as “the head of logistics”). Other Soros grantees who are “partners” in the march are the American Civil Liberties Union, Center for Constitutional Rights, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch. March organizers and the organizations identified here haven’t yet returned queries for comment.
All of this was predicted ahead of time by none other than Vladimir Putin, as we see on Sputnik News:
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that he sees attempts in the United States to “delegitimize” US President-elect Donald Trump using “Maidan-style” methods previously used in Ukraine.
Putin noted that an internal political struggle is underway in the United States despite the fact that the presidential election is over.
“In my opinion, there are several goals, some are obvious. The first is to undermine the legitimacy of the elected president of the United States. Incidentally, in this connection I would like to note that — whether people who do it want it or don’t want — they greatly damage US interests.”
“It seems that they trained for this in Kiev and now are ready to organize a ‘Maidan’ in Washington not to let Trump assume office,” Putin said during a news conference with his Moldovan counterpart Igor Dodon in Moscow.
Trump is facing other parts of the government- as well as extra-governmental forces like Soros and the media- attempting to delegitimize him and take back the power he very narrowly gained.
In Germany, however, we have the opposite situation, where the globalist, Soros-affiliated government is desperately trying to keep similar ‘populists’ from seizing power in this year’s election. Angela Merkel is running for a 4th term as chancellor, and while all the polls suggest she will win handily (importing millions of Muslims to vote for you does that), her party seems deathly afraid that Alternatives fur Deutschland (the AfD) will somehow stage a Trump or Brexit style miracle and win the election.
The following speech by Geert Wilders in Germany does a decent job of outlining the situation:
Germany seems to represent the head of the globalist spear, as they have been more aggressive about cultural suicide than any other nation (apart from perhaps Sweden).
They also seem to be moving towards the fore in terms of the level of aggression and repression in which they fend off ‘populist’ revolts.
With the upcoming election Wilders outlined coming soon, they are exploring stronger tactics:
Angela Merkel is worried about social bots, fake news sites and trolls. On Wednesday, in her first major address after declaring her intention to seek a fourth term, the chancellor said that such practices might need to be “regulated.” But concrete legislation is unlikely.
“The Justice Ministry has convened a task force on hate speech on the Internet,” deputy government spokeswoman Ulrike Demmer said on Friday in Berlin. “Companies have promised their cooperation, and illegal content is now being deleted more quickly than before. But more needs to be done.”
At an IT summit last week, German Justice Minister Heiko Maass said that authorities could take legal action against hate speech on the Web if it violated laws concerning libel or incitement to violence. And he threatened legal measures against social media platforms, like facebook and twitter, if they fail to become become more vigilant against defamatory and incendiary speech. But a Justice Ministry spokeswoman said on Friday in Berlin that at present no further legislation to combat social bots or fake news sites was in the pipeline.
Many tweets and facebook posts are automated propaganda.
Merkel is, however, bringing in Germany’s leading political data science expert, Professor Simon Hegelich of the Technical University of Munich, for consultations next week. It is now widely acknowledged that social bots, in particular, are being used for political ends – most notably by the extremist and populist Right. Significantly, all the mainstream political parties in Germany have unequivocally promised not to use social bots or paid trolls in next year’s election, while the anti-immigration, anti-EU Alternative for Germany (AfD) has not.
As the election in Germany moves forward, as does Trump’s administration in America, we will see a fascinating display of globalist tactics from both sides of the coin- what they do when in power, to ward off legitimate democratic defeat, and what they do when out of power (at least in one branch of government), to delegitimize democratically elected leaders.
Editor’s Note: If our esteemed commenters have any predictions on what will happen in these respective situations, I would gladly hear them!
Editor’s Note II: The below picture is of Heiko Maas. When I was a kid my family went to Europe every few years. For my first twelve years of life or so I thought every German man was deathly pale and wore a trenchcoat and glasses and listened to techno and death metal. Heiko Maas fits perfectly to type 🙂