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Liberal Democracy in Europe

Nazi party membership in Germany was about 10% and yet not only were the German people controlled by and motivated to supporting fascism, this 10% led an aggressive imperialism to point of imposing will on their neighbors. With the European Union dominated by today’s Germany, there is a rather shocking comparison when we examine the ‘grand coalition’ of Angela Merkel’s expired political deal:

Rough party membership math:

Social Democrats 420,000
Christian Democrats 406,000
Christian Social Union 140,000

Total ‘grand coalition’ party members had been about 966,000, which applied as a percentage of approximately 60,000,000 (sixty million) eligible voters in Germany equals 1.6% (one point six percent) party members or less than 2% of Germans were making and driving policy for 60,000,000 (sixty million) German voters.

The new ‘traffic light’ coalition using the 2019 statistics (they won’t have changed radically)

Party membership:

Social Democrats 420,000
Greens 97,000
Free Democrats 66,000

Total party membership 583,000

Total voters 60,000,000

Or in the 21st Century ‘liberal democracy’ Germany, in its dominate position within the EU, the new coalition determines about 1% of Germans will enforce the ideology, policies and direction that not only Germany, but all of the European Union (and more) will be subjected to.

400,000,000 (four hundred million) European Union voters having policy made for them by the new German ‘traffic light’ coalition = 0.145% (not even two tenths of one percent), deciding the direction and fate of approximately one half of Europe. But it is more than that. It is as well about the European Union expansion, a de facto German imperialism imposing its will much more effectively that the Nazis had, with so-called soft power, normally enhanced-enforced on the dark side (blackmail, assassinations) by the relevant intelligence agencies:

Soft power

Soft power in politics (particularly in international politics), is the manipulation or operation of a reward and punishment system in the absence of (obvious) physical violence. Soft power involves shaping the preferences of others through appeal, attraction and (covert) threats or unpleasant consequences. The currency of soft power includes culture, political values, attraction and rewards

The new boss of the German soft power imperial project:

Olaf Scholz

Since his attendance at the 2010 Bilderberg as mayor in Hamburg, Scholz’ career has experienced a Bilderberg boost, advancing to the Social Democrats’ 2020 candidate for German Chancellor at the 2021 German parliamentary election

✓ supports a ‘sovereign’ European Union

In the new German ‘traffic light’ coalition it is the ‘green light’ will run the foreign policy. New foreign minister Annalena Baerbock (a naif ripe for manipulation by Bundesnachrichtendienst intelligence briefings) brings an Atlanticist orientation that is second to none when it comes to an Anglo-American trained German imperialist:

Annalena Baerbock

Annalena Baerbock was selected as the Green Party candidate for Chancellor in the 2021 German parliamentary election, when the Alliance 90/The Greens achieved their best ever result at 14.8% of the votes, winning 118 seats, and coming third behind the SPD (206 seats) and the CDU/CSU (196 seats)…

✓ supports the eastward expansion of NATO

✓ supports a more aggressive European Union foreign policy

Then, we have a ‘green’ nobody novelist-provincial politician becomes vice-chancellor, basically he is assigned a role of lobby for the green party line in formulating policy at the chancellery:

Robert Habeck

Robert Habeck is a German writer and politician. He has served as co-leader of Alliance ’90/The Greens since 2018 alongside Annalena Baerbock. Habeck passed his final secondary-school examinations in 1989 at the Heinrich …

✓ supports the neonazi regime in Kiev

But it is this guy holding the Ministry of Agriculture that people had better watch out for, because his behind closed doors role & influence will certainly be out-sized in the ongoing 21st Century’s German imperialism project when it comes the Greens holding the foreign ministry:

Cem Özdemir

Cem Özdemir is a German politician of the German political party Alliance 90/The Greens. He is of part of the carefully nurtured party fraction that brought The Greens from a pacifist party to a strongly militaristic (‘olive green’) stance, stating that “we Greens have lost our fear of departments that deal with security issues”

✓ founding member, European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR)

Recalling the present ‘liberal democracy’ iteration of German imperialism arrives on the scene at Strasbourg & Brussels with less than two tenths of one percent of the European electorate (Germany’s policy making front or the traffic light coalition determining future EU policy) the ‘green light’ also holds the right to appoint Germany’s next member (when von der Leyen’s term is expired) to the European Commission and it should be a no-brainer to assume this would be the European Union’s ‘green’ Special Rapporteur to the Western Balkans, the impeccably German imperialist who is on record stating “The Western Balkans is not our neighborhood, it is our inner-yard” … with a résumé which profiles as having Bundesnachrichtendienst asset (German CIA) written all over it:

Viola von Cramon

In August 2018, von Cramon announced that she would run for a parliamentary seat in the 2019 European elections. Since becoming a Member of the European Parliament, she has been serving on the Committee on Foreign Affairs. In this capacity, she is the Parliament’s rapporteur on relations to the Western Balkans. In 2020, she also joined the Special Committee on Foreign Interference in all Democratic Processes in the European Union

✓ opposes the right of self determination of peoples

✓ sleeps with Zelensky’s warmongers in Kiev

✓ furthers the ongoing NATO encirclement of Russia

In circumstance of ‘liberal democracy’ where in the European Union, less than two tenths of one percent make and drive policy, there must be factored in the additional structural phenomenon; the 583,000 Germans having captured the 400,000,000 voting EU citizens doesn’t change the nature of the hierarchy wherein it will be a handful of the 583,000 at the top, with lateral associations (intelligence agencies, corporate lobbies), will determine direction. Just one more unfortunate equation.

21st Century Imperial Germany’s Bundesnachrichtendienst ‘soft power’ project not only has played the Kremlin a fool in the ‘chancellor to president’ presumably peer-to-peer relationship, but moreover, in the trans-Atlantic dealings, Germany makes today’s USA look like the handicapped IQ, thug-enforcer-bodyguard it actually has become; a thick-skulled goon basking in a self important delusion of grandeur when manipulated on a world stage play strategized & energized by a thinly concealed central European imperial meme laundering its’ agenda.

People should stop a misdirected obsessing with the Americans and start examining the Germans.

A postscript would be, in this case where a short research determines the ‘pacifist’ aspirations are contradicted by the militarist associations and actions, I really would prefer there were some intelligent, ecosystem preserving policies and relevant laws with teeth. But I certainly wouldn’t welcome the 21st Century German imperialism into my parlor; to go about discussion in regards to arriving at positive outcomes in the case where an imperial German ‘liberal democracy’ determines the reality of ‘green’ refers to a case of gangrene as much as anything.

Related: Education & Espionage


A former Sergeant of Operations and Intelligence for Special Forces, Ronald Thomas West is a retired investigator (living in exile) whose work focus had been anti-corruption. Ronald’s formal educational background (no degree) is social psychology. His therapeutic device is satire.


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At a rally in Berlin

Courage is contagious. Well, apparently not. Greens member of Parliament Hans Christian Stroebel was present and gave an eloquent speech on behalf of Snowden (which I applaud) but when I handed him my business card while stating “I’ve sent your office many mails” and he saw my name, his smile disappeared and his eloquence turned to stone silence. In fact it seemed as though I’d slapped him, judging from his expression. He turned away from me 90 degrees but then nodded as though it were the only acknowledgement he were able to make.


^ Hans Christian Stroebel

It would appear the contagion of courage does not extend to a politician in public forum when faced with his own government’s complicity in international crimes and murder rings tied to CIA, JSOC & MOSSAD allowed to run free in Germany. My many mails to the office of Stroebel have gone unanswered but I had ascertained the mails have been received and Stroebel’s office is in receipt of the information I have forwarded over many months, prior to our meeting at the Snowden rally in Berlin (a meeting Stroebel did not anticipate.) I hate to think it is ok for myself to be hunted in Germany as an anonymous person and only famous whistle-blowers are deserving of any public defense.

Other reflections on the rally

Why only 200 people at this rally in a city and nation widely supportive of Snowden? I don’t know. Perhaps it is because it was planned and implemented on short notice and limited information channels (suppositions.) If so, it should have been more carefully thought out.

When media can state only a couple of hundred people were present, it undermines the reality of German support for Snowden. Consider Parliament has been unable to keep its normal vacation schedule on account of issues raised in Snowden’s case, including a backlash against the Merkel government’s resistance to providing Snowden asylum. Maybe a hasty and ill attended rally is not such a good idea when lying politicians toeing the American anti-Snowden line can use such a rally to point out ‘how little support there is’

More possibilities

I agree Bradley Manning was illegally treated in a USA system with only contempt for its own rule of law. Do I admire Manning? No. Other than his leaking the war crime video of the helicopter attack on the Reuter’s journalists, and certain cables, I cannot support his leaks which have caused incalculable damage around the world. Jeremy Scahill has made sensible use of the ‘cables’ leak (in his work ‘Dirty Wars’) but the cables were not critical to his documentation of American international crimes. Most of the cables leaked have served little purpose. Manning should be, on account of the U.S. military’s flagrant disregard of Manning’s rights, sentenced to time served and given a bad conduct discharge. Many intelligent people who support Snowden 100%, especially (but not only) conservatives, would be turned off by a rally associated with Manning.

In the case of association with Assange, with his acute narcissism coupled to self-aggrandizing behaviors, compulsive lying and beneath amateur intelligence skills, the problem is only compounded. Any Julian Assange association would seriously turn off many people who otherwise would back Snowden. I hope Snowden is able to sort this sooner rather than later and is able to shed WikiLeaks as a support mechanism (he’s had few, perhaps no other options) when it is altogether possible his 24-7 British ‘legal expert’ companion provided by WikiLeaks is MI6.

Meanwhile, a good strategic plan for liberal supporters of Snowden would be to make his case ‘stands alone’ in event of support rallies, to solidify conservative support (trying to gently point out here to the left, not all conservatives are tea party froot-loops but to get them supporting you, you must take into account some ‘principles motivated’ values that are not identical to your own)

Related satire: NOT My Last Tango in Paris


A note on the photos: Apparently photos of Berlin’s 4th Reich headquarters (the US Embassy) are not allowed. The rally was held in front of this location but when uploading a photo of the ‘Benedict Arnold’ building complex, the photo simply vanished-

More Berlin-Snowden rally photos (click on images to enlarge)


^ Reading from Fredrick Douglas









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