Nazis planned the Fourth Reich in the EU — the “Red House Report”

It’s Our Money

with Ellen Brown – Revolting: 

 
Economics professor Michael Hudson  http://michael-hudson.com/
 
In the above interview Michael Hudson said something to the effect of 
that : “Constitutional EU lawers told Tsipras and Veroufakis that the fact 
that you had elections means absolutely nothing, because the [economic 
and monetary] rules are already written in the EU Constitution; 
the Eurozone is NOT a democracy, it is a dictatorship by the banks; 
banks are not elected, and you are going to do what the banks say.” 
Yes, it is revolting,  to say the least. 
No wonder that the Greeks has started revolting
 
Michael Hudson advice to Greece: do not pay this odious debt; 
nationalize the Greek banks (make them public!), 
and/or print euro-denominated IOUs.
 
Well, it is not difficult to imagine that 
the Trans Pacific Partnership, 
Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, 

Trade in Services Agreement :  
http://www.filmsforaction.org/watch/tpp-ttip-tisa-isds-acronyms-to-end-democracy/

are all aiming to turn the US and the rest of the participating countries
into the same kind of dictatorship described above by Michael Hudson. 

Heinrich Himmler, 

and his daughter,

Gudrun Himmler (Burwitz) :  

Himmler’s daughter, aged 81: 
She works with neo-Nazis 
and helps SS officers evade justice
 
 
 
A few years ago, Newsweek and Guardian journalist Adam LeBor, who is known for his hard hitting journalism, was handed a secret World War II document called “Red House Report“.  What was inside was incredible – written in 1944, EW-Pa 128, or as it’s more commonly known the “Red House Report” contained some shocking information. The three-page, closely typedreport, marked ‘Secret’, copied to British officials and sent by air pouch to Cordell Hull, the US Secretary of State, detailed how the industrialists were to work with the Nazi Party to rebuild Germany’s economy by sending money through Switzerland. They would set up a network of secret front companies abroad. They would wait until conditions were right. And then nazis would take over Germany again. The industrialists included representatives of Volkswagen, Krupp and Messerschmitt. Officials from the Navy and Ministry of Armaments were also at the meeting and, with incredible foresight, they decided together that the Fourth German Reich, unlike its predecessor, would be an economic rather than a military empire – but not just German …. 
   
Joseph Goebbels, Hitler’s propaganda minister, once said: 
“In 50 years’ time nobody will think of nation states.” 
  
Red House Report - EU

Revealed: The secret report that shows how the Nazis planned 

a Fourth Reich … in the EU

By ADAM LEBOR  9 May 2009

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1179902/Revealed-The-secret-report-shows-Nazis-planned-Fourth-Reich–EU.html

The arch architect of the strategic plan described in the “Red House Report” was no other than the SS Reichsführer Heinrich Himmler, according to this book : 

https://www.google.ca/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=The+Strange+Death+of+Heinrich+Himmler%3A+A+Forensic+Investigation+Hugh+Thomas

 
The Strange Death of Heinrich Himmler: 
A Forensic Investigation 
By Hugh Thomas

 Family protrait: Heinrich Himmler in Valepp, Bavaria with his wife Marga, back right, his daughter Gudrun, front centre, his adopted son Gerhard, front right, and a friend of Gudrun's, front left, in 1935
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Greeks Flock To Alternative Currencies

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Greeks Flock To Grassroots Alternative Currencies In Affront To Euro Debt Slavery

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When Christos Papaioannou noticed his car needed new tires, the Greek computer engineer bought them with euros—but used an alternative currency, called TEM, to pay his mechanic for the labor. His country has avoided a catastrophic exit from the common currency, at least for now. But a small but growing number of cash-strapped Greeks, who are still grappling with strict money-withdrawal limits, have found another route in TEM and other unconventional payment systems like it. Before then, Ms. Sotiropoulou said she was only aware of two such programs. No official record of the number of alternative currencies and local bartering systems appears to exist in Greece. But according to an Athens-based grass roots organization called Omikron Project, there are now more than 80 such programs, double the number in 2013. They vary in size, from dozens of members to thousands. – From the Wall Street Journal article: Alternative Currencies Flourish in Greece as Euros Are Harder to Come by

Hundreds of millions of people throughout the Western world are being forced to admit an obvious, yet uncomfortable reality. Democracy is dead. Your vote and your voice doesn’t matter. Not at all.

No group of people understand this as intimately as the Greeks. They voted for one thing, got something else, and in the process were unceremoniously reminded of their political irrelevance. The Greeks are now in a position to show the rest of us how it’s done. Communities need to take matters into their own hands and tackle challenges at the grassroots level. Nowhere is this more impactful and necessary than in the monetary realm, and some Greeks are already leading the charge.

From the Wall Street Journal:

When Christos Papaioannou noticed his car needed new tires, the Greek computer engineer bought them with euros—but used an alternative currency, called TEM, to pay his mechanic for the labor.

His country has avoided a catastrophic exit from the common currency, at least for now. But a small but growing number of cash-strapped Greeks, who are still grappling with strict money-withdrawal limits, have found another route in TEM and other unconventional payment systems like it.

“Money is sparse right now, but people still have the same skills and knowledge they had before the crisis,” said Mr. Papaioannou, part of a cooperative that founded TEM in the port city of Volos and one of nearly 1,000 registered users of the alternate currency there.

“Money is sparse right now, but people still have the same skills and knowledge they had before the crisis.”

Read that line over and over and over again until you realize how simple, elegant and accurate it is.

TEM—a sophisticated form of barter whose name is the Greek acronym for Local Alternative Unit—was founded in 2010 in the early months of Greece’s debt crisis with less than a dozen members. Now it includes dozens of participating local businesses that use the system to sell goods and services, including prepared food, haircuts, doctor visits, or even for renting an apartment.

It is a localized version of what Greece might have to turn to if a tentative bailout agreement reached this week is derailed, or ultimately fails. Before his resignation last month, former Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis floated the idea of setting up a parallel-currency system based on IOUs in the event that Greece could no longer stay afloat using euros. Without a rescue, the idea of using IOUs is seen as the country’s most likely alternative.

Before then, Ms. Sotiropoulou said she was only aware of two such programs. No official record of the number of alternative currencies and local bartering systems appears to exist in Greece. But according to an Athens-based grass roots organization called Omikron Project, there are now more than 80 such programs, double the number in 2013. They vary in size, from dozens of members to thousands.

“The problems that existed have only gotten worse, and the new deal is going to create problems of its own that will deepen the crisis in certain areas,” said Mehran Khalili, one of the founders of Omikron. “The logical response is to create groups to react to that and fill those gaps that are going to exist because of the unsustainable situation that Greece has found itself in.

  ” There are a wide variety of cooperatives and independent social welfare and mutual aid organizations, including time banks and free health care services that are voluntarily funded without any taxation : http://www.trueactivist.com/exarchia-the-town-in-athens-greece-that-is-keeping-the-government-out-and-starting-anew/

Experts say TEM and other local currencies work best side-by-side with the euro, not as a replacement. 

“Experts” say. Yeah, the same so-called “experts” who destroyed the world economy and turned the planet into a thieving oligarchy. I think I’ve had enough “expert” economic advice for one lifetime.

One notable example of alternative currencies used during a crisis was in the 1930s during the Great Depression, when the Austrian town of Wörgl decided to fight the economic downturn by printing its own money. Economists called the result a miracle: Employment boomed, while inflation remained subdued. During the economic depression that struck Argentina in 1998 and lasted till 2002, people formed barter networks and several provinces introduced their own currencies.

The alternate currencies have their limitations: The use of TEM, for example is restricted to those people and local businesses that choose to accept them, and won’t directly help people struggling to meet their monthly utility bills.

Maria McCarthy, a British woman who lives in Volos with her Greek husband and children, has earned and spent over 10,000 TEMs in four years by offering English and guitar lessons. She also sells secondhand clothes and other material goods in Volos’ biweekly marketplace, where almost everything besides euros are exchanged.

Mr. Papaioannou says he has paid for renovating parts of his home as well as food and clothing with the currency, and an increasingly larger share of his computer-repair work is done through transactions with TEM.

“You’re used to a method of doing things,” he said, “and suddenly, you realize there are other ways too.”

You’ve gotta love the Greek spirit. You can knock them down, you can embarrass them, but you can’t kill their spirit. Everyone else on the planet must recognize that what is being done to Greece will be done to us all in turn. We must show totally solidarity with them against the euro-fascists.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-08-14/greeks-flock-grassroots-alternative-currencies-affront-euro-debt-slavery

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