Monday, March 13, 2023

The Nazi Roots of the Brussels EU - The Need for a New Europe in the Interest of the People


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In this interview, Dr. Matthias Rath analyzes what connects the Brussels EU, the Nazi crimes at Auschwitz, and the economic interests behind the Nazis' plans for world conquest. The main focus is on the IG Farben cartel, the conglomerate of BAYER, BASF and other German chemical-pharmaceutical corporations whose leaders were convicted in Case VI of the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal (see link below). He explains the dual role of the first EU President Walter Hallstein in Nazi Germany and after World War II.    Dr. Rath presents historical source material that exposes the economic and political power interests of the 'Brussels EU'. Its goal is to build a 'Greater Europe Cartel' - that is, an 'economic cartel' that governs 'Greater Europe' beyond all democratic principles in an economic dictatorship. This is a frightening one-to-one copy of the post-war world order planned by the Nazi/IG Farben coalition.    The EU Commission - not elected by anyone or even able to be voted out of office - is the central power and legislative monopoly in Europe. The EU Parliament was deliberately deprived of this fundamental right - and thus its function as a mere fig leaf of this power apparatus was codified.   Every member state of the EU, over 500 million people in Europe, are subject to this business model. Under the guise of slogans such as "We guarantee you prosperity and peace", business worth billions is conducted on the backs of the population, above all the unscrupulous "business with disease" in the interests of the pharmaceutical industry.    The Polish people have paid a high price in their history. The extermination of the population, the destruction of the country, slave labor and the crimes committed in concentration camps such as Auschwitz, carried out in the interests of the chemical-pharmaceutical industry and its political and military stooges, show the ruthlessness of these interests and their disregard for human life. This makes it all the more important to recognize this analysis and to point out parallels with today.   A Europe in the interest of the people is possible - a prerequisite for this is the overcoming of the power structures of the 'Brussels EU', which have their roots in the darkest hours of Europe.

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