Nov 18

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Freemasons & Rothschild puppets Sarkozy & Hollande

“It’s never an accident.”


Totally Out Of Touch: Nicolas Sarkozy Seeks “Marshall Plan” For Africa:

It’s easy to get an op-ed in the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, or the New York Times.

Well sort of. All you need is a high profile stature. No matter how inane the post by Paul Krugman, Larry Summers, or in this case former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, a major media outlet will publish it, without rebuttal, and without any serious comments.

With that bit of a rant out of the way,  please consider Remake the Union to Heal Europe’s Rifts by Nicolas Sarkozy.

On June 23, the British people decided to leave the EU. I am sorry they did because I believe the UK belongs in Europe. But I respect their choice. I can think of nothing worse than suggesting their decision might be disregarded. Continue reading »

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Oct 25

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Sep 22

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Sarkozy Wants to Force Britain to Take ‘Jungle’ Migrants:

Nicolas Sarkozy has suggested he will force Britain to open a migrant centre to process asylum claims from migrants if he is re-elected French President next year.

Speaking during a visit to the town of Calais – which has become notorious as the site of the so-called ‘Jungle’ migrant camp – the former president said he would scrap the Le Touquet treaty that lets Britain station border officials in Calais, and force the UK to open a centre on the English side of the Channel.

“We should not act as customs officers for the English,” Mr Sarkozy said. Continue reading »

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Aug 22

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Former French President Sarkozy Announces He Will Run In 2017 Presidential Election

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Feb 08

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Europe Fractures: France Pivots To Putin, Cyprus Offers Moscow Military Base, Germany-US Splinter On Ukraine (ZeroHedge, Feb 8, 2015):

Following yesterday’s summary of the utter farce that the Minsk Summit/Ukraine “peace” deal talks have become, the various parties involved appear to be fracturing even faster today. The headlines are coming thick and fast but most prescient appears to be: Despite John Kerry’s denial of any split between Germany and US over arms deliveries to Ukraine, German Foreign Minister Steinmeier slammed Washington’s strategy for being “not just risky but counterproductive.” But perhaps most significantly is France’s continued apparent pivot towards Russia… Following Francois Hollande’s calls for greater autonomy for Eastern Ukraine, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has come out in apparent support of Russia (and specifically against the US), “we are part of a common civilization with Russia,” adding, “the interests of the Americans with the Russians are not the interests of Europe and Russia.” Even NATO appears to have given up hope of peace as Stoltenberg’s statements show little optimism and the decision by Cyprus to allow Russia to use its soil for military facilities suggests all is not at all well in the European ‘union’.

German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier doubled down on Germany’s rejection of weapons deliveries to Ukraine in a speech here Sunday… Continue reading »

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Jan 10

Paris Hostage Taker Had Met With Sarkozy In 2009, Was Hoping To Find A Job (ZeroHedge, Jan 9, 2015):

The situation in France is going from bad to worse. First there is the two Paris terror-attack suspects hostage crisis in an industrial estate north of Paris. Secondly, an apparently linked (according to police) hostage crisis is also under way in an East Paris kosher grocery, where a suspect in the Thursday fatal shooting of a police officer in Paris’ Monrouge area, identified as Amedi Coulibaly, 32, has now issued a warning that he will kill hostages if police storm the terror-attack brothers. What is even more curious is that Coulibaly met with French President Sarkozy in 2009, hoping to find a job.

As ABC reports, a 2nd hostage-taking was reported in eastern Paris today involving a suspected gunman in the fatal shooting of a police officer in the city’s Monrouge area, authorities said. Continue reading »

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Sep 02

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Operation Sarkozy : how the CIA placed one of its agents at the presidency of the French Republic (Voltairenet, July 26, 2008):

Tired of the overextended presidencies of François Mitterrand and Jacques Chirac, the French elected Nicolas Sarkozy counting on his energy to revitalize their country. They were hoping for a break with years of no-change and ideologies of the past. What they got instead was a break with the very principles which founded the French nation, and have been shocked by this “hyper-president”, seizing every day a new dossier, attracting towards him the right and the left wing, and tearing apart all points of reference to the point of creating a total confusion.

Like children who have just made a boo-boo, the French are too busy trying to find excuses for themselves to admit the magnitude of the damages and of their naiveté, and they refuse all the more to see who Nicolas Sarkozy really is, that they realize they should have known since a long time who he was. Continue reading »

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May 11

Angela Merkel On The Ledge: “This Is Not Fair… I Am Not Going To Commit Suicide” (ZeroHedge, May 11, 2014):

What is most remarkable about the following detailed FT profile of the Cannes November 3-4, 2011 G-20 summit (when Europe, knowing well virtually every other option had been exhausted and was forced to grovel for Chinese cash)…

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…is not that Obama, facing an election and fearful of what a Eurozone disintegration and depression would mean to the US economy and more importantly, to his re-election chances,  managed to bring German chancellor Angela Merkel to tears, which he did…

To the astonishment of almost everyone in the room, Angela Merkel began to cry.

Das ist nicht fair.” That is not fair, the German chancellor said angrily, tears welling in her eyes. “Ich bringe mich nicht selbst um.” I am not going to commit suicide.

For those who witnessed the breakdown in a small conference room in the French seaside resort of Cannes, it was shocking enough to watch Europe’s most powerful and emotionally controlled leader brought to tears.

But the scene was even more remarkable, those present said, for the two objects of her ire: the man sitting next to her, French President Nicolas Sarkozy, and the other across the table, US President Barack Obama. Continue reading »

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Mar 19

IMF boss Christine Lagarde quizzed by detectives in France over £270million corruption case involving French businessman (Daily Mail, March 19, 2014):

International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde was today questioned by judges in Paris over a corruption scandal.

The Court of Justice of the Republic, a special tribunal qualified to judge the conduct of politicians, believe the 57-year-old may have abused her position as finance minister to help a controversial businessman.

Ms Lagarde is said to have allowed the equivalent of some £270million to be awarded to Bernard Tapie, a convicted football match-fixer and tax dodger who supported her governing UMP party.

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Mar 20


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IMF’s Lagarde Flat Raided Over French ‘Payout’ Probe (ZeroHedge, March 20, 2013):

In a follow-up to investigations over alleged wrongdoing surrounding a EUR285mm payout by the then French finance minister and now IMF head, The Telegraph reports, Christine Lagarde’s Paris flat has been raided. The fresh (if you’re an orange) faced IMF Chief, of course, denies any wrongdoing in the case of a huge 2008 compensation payment to businessman supporter of ex-President Sarkozy. On the bright side, at least there were no indiscretions in hotel rooms involved (yet it seems she is following in the strong footsteps of her predecessor DSK – how can we not trust these people?)
Via RT,

The Court of Justice of the Republic ordered a probe into the case under the suspicion that Lagarde had committed an abuse of power by releasing the funds to Tapie. The then socialist opposition alleged that Nicolas Sarkozy’s government was rewarding the businessman Tapie for his support during the 2007 elections.

Via The Telegraph,

French police raid IMF chief Christine Lagarde’s flat in Bernard Tapie probe

French authorities have searched the Paris flat of IMF chief Christine Lagarde as part of an investigation into her handling of a 2008 compensation payment to a businessman supporter of ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy, her lawyer said.

Police are investigating claims that Lagarde, when French Finance Minister under Nicolas Sarkozy, acted illegally in approving the €285m arbitration payout to Bernard Tapie.

Lagarde denies any wrongdoing.

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Jan 23

The Latest Evader Of The French Millionaire Tax: The Former French President (ZeroHedge, Jan 23, 2013):

That even former French president Nicolas Sarkozy plans to start a £1 billion private equity fund in London is not news: courtesy of ZIRP and the ongoing global reliquifiication of markets by every central bank as currency warfare goes ballistic, one would have to be seriously unlucky to chase the central planner inflated beta rally and not succeed (one would also have to be very unaware of the difference between nominal and real returns, but since that is most people these days, let’s ignore that). What is news, is that as part of said transfer to the “asset management business” it is none other than the former French president who is next in line to evade Hollande’s millionaire tax by crossing the Channel, and “redomiciling” himself in London.

From The Mail:

Nicolas Sarkozy is preparing to move to London to set up a billion pounds plus investment fund, it was claimed today.

If the move goes ahead, the controversial Frenchman will become the latest to escape a potential top tax rate of 75 per cent in his home country.

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Jan 06


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Nicolas Sarkozy DID take $50 million of Muammar Gaddafi’s cash, French judge is told (Independent, Jan 3, 2013):

Documentary proof exists that France’s former President Nicolas Sarkozy took more than €50m from the late Libyan dictator, Muammar Gaddafi, a French judge has been told.

The claim, leaked today, was made just before Christmas by a Lebanese-born businessman, Ziad Takieddine, who has been a fixer for legal – and allegedly illegal – dealings between France and the Middle East for 20 years.

Expanding on claims already made by one of Mr Gaddafi’s sons and a French investigative website, Mr Takieddine told an investigative judge that he could show him written proof that Mr Sarkozy’s first presidential campaign in 2006-7 was “abundantly” financed by Tripoli. The payments, he said, continued after Mr Sarkozy became President.

In total, he said, they exceeded the €50m in illegal payments to Mr Sarkozy claimed by Mr Gaddafi’s son Saif al-Islam just before the demise of the Libyan regime – thanks partly to French and British airstrikes – in 2011.

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Jul 04

Nicolas Sarkozy’s home raided by French police (Guardian, July 3, 2012):

Detectives investigating alleged illegal campaign-financing by L’Oreal heir Liliane Bettencourt search Carla Bruni’s mansion

French police have raided the home and offices of the former French president Nicolas Sarkozy as part of an investigation into illegal campaign financing and alleged brown envelopes of cash from France’s wealthiest woman, the L’Oreal hairspray heiress Liliane Bettencourt.

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Apr 17

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As the French presidential election moves into its final stages, the French people are now reflecting on the nature of Nicolas Sarkozy’s presidency. Known by the French themselves as Sarko the American, what many do not know is that Sarkozy’s family ties lead directly into the heart of the American political establishment. Find out more in this week’s GRTV Backgrounder on Global Research TV.

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Apr 02

Gladio anyone?

Toulouse:

Sinister Sites – Illuminati Pyramid in Blagnac, France (Vigilant Citizen):

Located in a suburb of Toulouse, the “Place de la Révolution” is probably one of the most blatant displays of Illuminati designs in existence: a huge pyramid hovering atop a map of the world. The symbolic meaning of this structure reveals a rather grim and elitist ideology and seems to confirm the conspiracy theorist’s claims: the world is lead by a secret cabal named the Illuminati.


Guilt and Identity Politics: The Toulouse Murders (CounterPunch, April 02, 2012):

Paris — The current French presidential election campaign was rudely interrupted at its very start by a series of murders in and around the southwestern city of Toulouse.   On March 11, a paratrooper was shot dead by a mysterious motorcyclist in Toulouse.  Four days later, in the nearby garrison town of Montauban, two more paratroopers were shot dead in similar circumstances.  Then, four days after that, early in the morning of March 21 in a residential neighborhood of Toulouse, a helmeted gunman approached a Jewish school and coolly shot dead a rabbi and three children at point blank range before driving off on his motorcycle.

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Mar 23

Sarkozy: Jail those who browse terror websites (Businessweek/AP, March 22, 2012):

France’s president proposed a sweeping new law Thursday that would jail those who visit extremist web sites — one of several tough new measures floated in the wake of a murderous shooting spree.

The proposed rules, unveiled by Nicolas Sarkozy after the death of an Islamist fanatic wanted for a horrifying series of execution-style murders, have alarmed journalists and legal experts, who say they risk pulling the plug on free expression.

Sarkozy argued that it was time to treat those who browse extremist websites the same way as those who consume child pornography.

“Anyone who regularly consults Internet sites which promote terror or hatred or violence will be sentenced to prison,” he told a campaign rally in Strasbourg, in eastern France. “What is possible for pedophiles should be possible for trainee terrorists and their supporters, too.”

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Mar 12

Is The ECB Masking Accelerating Deposit Flight In Italy And Spain? (ZeroHedge, Mar 12, 2012)

Frontrunning: March 12 (ZeroHedge, Mar 12, 2012):

  • Greek Bailout Payment Set to Be Approved by Euro Ministers After Debt Deal (Bloomberg)
  • China Trade Deficit Spurs Concern (WSJ)
  • Sarkozy Makes Populist Push For Re-Election (FT)
  • ECB Calls for Tougher Rules on Budgets (FT)
  • As Fed Officials Prepare to Meet, They Await Clearer Economic Signals (NYT)
  • PBOC Zhou: In Theory ‘Lots Of Room’ For Further RRR Cuts (WSJ)
  • Latest Stress Tests Are Expected to Show Progress at Most Banks (NYT)
  • Monti Eyes Labor Plan Amid Jobless Youth, Trapped Firemen (Bloomberg)

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Mar 07

Spain’s sovereign thunderclap and the end of Merkel’s Europe (Telegraph, Mar 5, 2012):

The Spanish rebellion has begun, sooner and more dramatically than I expected.

As many readers will already have seen, Premier Mariano Rajoy has refused point blank to comply with the austerity demands of the European Commission and the European Council (hijacked by Merkozy).

Taking what he called a “sovereign decision”, he simply announced that he intends to ignore the EU deficit target of 4.4pc of GDP for this year, setting his own target of 5.8pc instead (down from 8.5pc in 2011).

In the twenty years or so that I have been following EU affairs closely, I cannot remember such a bold and open act of defiance by any state. Usually such matters are fudged. Countries stretch the line, but do not actually cross it.

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Feb 08

Flashback:

Nicolas Sarkozy Lives Like ‘God In France’: 8 Jets, 61 Official Cars, 1000 Staffers (44 Chauffeurs, 87 Cooks), Fresh Flowers Every Day For €280.000 A Year …


Austerity, moi? Nicolas Sarkozy spends £10k a day on food and keeps 121 cars under his palace (Daily Mail, Feb. 7, 2012):

Nicolas Sarkozy has been promising to cut back on his presidential spending, but he’s actually splashing out £10,000 a day on food and keeps 121 cars under the Elysee Palace, according to a new book.

Socialist MP Rene Dosiere, in L’argent de l’État (Money from the State), sets out what he sees as extraordinary excesses by the French President.

In the explosive book, he accuses Sarkozy of ‘ignoring the most elementary principles of the separation between private and public accounts’.

Sarkozy, whose palace budget exceeds that of the Queen, recently stated that there will be a ‘rupture’ with his past money-splurging ways and more transparency.

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Dec 25

Turkey freezes all political relations with France over genocide row (Guardian, Dec. 22, 2011):

Recep Tayyip Erdogan recalls ambassador after Paris’s decision to prosecute people who deny killing of Armenians was genocide

Turkey has frozen relations with France, recalling its ambassador and suspending all economic, political and military meetings in response to French MPs’ approval of a law that would make it a crime to deny that the mass killing of Armenians in 1915 by Ottoman Turks was genocide.

The furious Turkish reaction to Paris’s parliamentary vote marked an unprecedented low between the Nato partners.

Turkey accuses France of genocide in Armenia row (Telegraph, Dec. 23, 2011):

The war of words between France and Turkey has escalated, when the Turkish premier accused Paris of committing genocide in Algeria and of stirring hatred of Muslims.

Furious that the French lower chamber had voted on Thursday to outlaw denial of the 1915 Armenian genocide in Ottoman Turkey, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan hit back directly at France’s President Nicolas Sarkozy.

Earlier, Turkey’s ambassador to France had left Paris and Ankara had announced diplomatic sanctions – banning political visits between the countries – and frozen military ties between the nominal Nato allies.

“France massacred an estimated 15 per cent of the Algerian population starting from 1945. This is genocide,” Mr Erdogan said, accusing Mr Sarkozy of “fanning hatred of Muslims and Turks for electoral gains.”

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Dec 03

Google translation (Original articles in German below.):

Sarkozy: He lives like “God in France” (Heute.at, July 23, 2009):

Jets, luxury cars, Butler: “Sun King” Nicolas Sarkozy (54) and his “Madame Pompadour” live Carla Bruni (41) understand. Monsieur le Président, the Revealed has personally – he’s the first time disclosed his budget. Le résultat: Sarko’s have eight jets, 61 service vehicles and 1,000 employees – “Today” has all the details.

– Source crise? Sarkozy also wants in times of economic crisis not do without luxury. 1000 “lackeys” (twice as many as the Queen!) Ensure that it stays that way. Among them: 44 riders (where the drive to please everyone?) And 87 cooks.

– In the 300 m² private apartments of the Elysee palace must be fresh flowers every day (“Today” reported). Cost per year: 280,000 €!

– Champagne must always be ready, too. Cost: one million euros annually.

– And after the carriages of the real Sun King (Louis XIV, 1683-1715) but now a bit outdated, you need a really cool Sarko fleet – 61 vehicles Tuesday, two and six Airbus aircraft including Falcon jets. Incidentally, the latest Jet (60 million €) he named “Carla”.

Sarkozy lives like God in France (Bild, July 27, 2009):

All France is affected by forced saving. All of France? One does not with. French President Nicolas Sarkozy (54).

The budget of the President of France was always a secret. Sarkozy lays it open now as the first French president:

In the 300-square-foot private apartments of the President in the Elysee Palace, the flowers always fresh. Cost per year: 280 000 €.

Sarkozy traveled privately, it must accompany an empty plane. He may, in urgent cases immediately returned to Paris.

He has over 61 service trucks, two Airbus aircraft and 6 Falcon jets. The most recent (60 million €) he named “Carla” (according to wife No. 3).

€ 1 million annually for drinks (champagne, etc.).

He has nearly 1000 employees (twice as many as the Queen). Among them: 44 drivers and 87 cooks.

The chefs are allowed to freely operate in Sarkozy’s wine cellars of the Élysée Palace, lunch will be served by footmen.

Carla and Sarkozy can order food around the clock. The kitchen is always on duty.

A life like God in France.

Outrage? Protests? Not a trace. In France it is considered a matter of honor that the head of state to the “glory of the nation” embodies. He is the successor of the Sun Kings. And just as he lives. Continue reading »

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Nov 26

Europe liquidity crisis has a number: $30 trillion according to Sarkozy (Examiner, Nov. 23, 2011):

On November 23rd. Olivier Sarkozy, brother of French President Nicholas Sarkozy, and head of the Carlyle Financial Group, spoke on CNBC and laid out the cost of the liquidity crisis that is overtaking Europe.  The total numbers are staggering, with $30 Trillion being the overall debt holding the Euro Zone hostage.

So if you want to stabilize that $30 trillion and in my view it’s not that you want to, it’s that you have to, you do not have a choice, you’re going to have to be at least at 2.1 trillion and i suspect it may need to be more.” Q.E.D. – Sarkozy on CNBC via Zerohedge

$30 trillion is the overall exposure, however, only a percentage of this is necessary to stabilize those debt instruments.  This is where the figure of $2.1 trillion comes in, and is a gigantic requirement nonetheless to secure the overall liability in the Euro banking system.

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Nov 09

Game Over? Reuters Says Germany, France Exploring Idea Of Core Euro Zone, End Of Existing Structure (Nov. 9, 2011):

If anyone needed the proper epitaph for the insane stupidity out of Europe, Reuters may have just provided it. In an exclusive article, Reuters stuns us with the following: “German and French officials have discussed plans for a radical overhaul of the European Union that would involve establishing a more integrated and potentially smaller euro zone, EU sources say. French President Nicolas Sarkozy gave some flavour of his thinking during an address to students in the eastern French city of Strasbourg on Tuesday, when he said a two-speed Europe — the euro zone moving ahead more rapidly than all 27 countries in the EU — was the only model for the future.” It gets much worse: “The discussions among senior policymakers in Paris, Berlin and Brussels go further, raising the possibility of one or more countries leaving the euro zone, while the remaining core pushes on towards deeper economic integration, including on tax and fiscal policy.” Not sure how to further clarify this: Europe is preparing for its own end, and the dissolution of the existing structure of the Eurozone, which likely means an end to the EU in its current format, a reshaping of the customs union, and the overhaul of the zEURq.PK in its current form. Ironically, this may end up being favorable for the Euro… and detrimental for Germany. So the question is: will Germany go for it? At this point, it probably has no choice, unless it wants a mutiny on its hands.

More from Reuters on this shocker:

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Nov 02

Don’t miss:

Former Presidential Candidate Cynthia McKinney Exposes THE LIE Used To Attack And Destroy Libya: ‘Truth is the First Casualty of War. No Justice, No Peace, No Truth..’



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The Assassination of Gaddafi – GRTV Backgrounder (31 October, 2011):

The killing of Muammar Gaddafi at the hands of NATO-backed, Al Qaeda-linked forces marks the end of a campaign expressly aimed at the assassination of a head of state and overthrow of a sovereign country in direct violation of international standards that have held sway since the Nuremberg trials at the end of World War II and the establishment of the Geneva Conventions.

The NATO campaign, known as “Operation Unified Protector,” was a continuation of the US-led Operation Odyssey Dawn. It formally began on March 23rd, 2011 and was ostensibly an operation to enforce United Nations Security Council resolution 1973. From the outset, the NATO coalition partners insisted that the aim of the mission was not to assist a rebel insurgency in overthrowing the Gaddafi government, but to “protect civilians” in accordance with UN resolutions.

The real intention of the operation was revealed shortly thereafter, however, in a joint op-ed in the pages of the International Herald Tribune penned by Obama, Cameron and Sarkozy:

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Sep 08

Prof. Dr. Schachtschneider zum Urteil über die Rechtmäßigkeit der Transferunion


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Heute war ein Schicksalstag für Deutschland und Europa. Der zweite Senat des Bundesverfassungsgerichtes erteilte der Klage der fünf Professoren Hankel, Nölling, Schachtschneider Starbatty und Spethmann gegen die Transferunion ein abschlägiges Urteil. Die bisher durchgeführten Rettungsmaßnahmen wurden für Rechtens erklärt jedoch eine deutlich Stärkung des Beschlußrechtes des Parlaments angemahnt. Prof. Dr. Schachtschneider ordnet das Urteil in einem Interview ein.

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Sep 01

Pétrole : l’accord secret entre le CNT et la France (Libération):

Dans une lettre que s’est procurée «Libération», les rebelles promettent d’accorder 35% du brut libyen aux Français.

Mahmoud Jibril, numéro 2 du CNT, reçu le 24 août 2011 à l’Elysée par Nicolas Sarkozy. (AFP Lionel Bonaventure)

La morale politique n’a rien à faire avec les affaires. C’est, en substance, ce que répète le gouvernement français depuis le 19 mars, jour du lancement de l’opération militaire contre les troupes du colonel Kadhafi. Paris n’a qu’un seul objectif : «Venir en aide à un peuple en danger de mort […] au nom de la conscience universelle qui ne peut tolérer de tels crimes, déclare Nicolas Sarkozy lors d’un discours à l’Elysée, le 19 mars. Nous le faisons pour protéger la population…

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Aug 16

PROBLEM – REACTION – SOLUTION!

Flashback:

EU President Herman Van Rompuy Announces 2009 as ‘First Year of Global Governance’

New EU president confirms New World Order desire

What could possibly go wrong???



Bilderberg & Jesuit Herman Van Rompuy

Germany, France propose collective ‘government’ for the eurozone led by EU president (CNBC NEWS, Aug 16, 2011 ):

PARIS – Germany, France propose collective ‘government’ for the eurozone led by EU president.

Merkel, Sarkozy want tighter EU budget controls (CBC NEWS, Aug 16, 2011):

The French and German leaders called Tuesday for all countries using the euro to have mandatory balanced budgets and better co-ordination of economic policy.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel also pledged to harmonize their countries’ corporate taxes after meeting in Paris.

Sarkozy said he and Merkel want a “true European economic government” that would consist of the heads of state and government of all eurozone nations.

The new body would meet twice a year and be led by EU President Herman Van Rompuy.

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Aug 07

Joint Statement From Merkel And Sarkozy On Global Financial Crisis (ZeroHedge, Aug 7, 2011):

Below is the full text of the joint French-German statement attempting to prevent another European market collapse. Next up are comparable statements from the ECB and from theG7. We expect many more before the night is out.

Following is the full text of a joint statement issued on Sunday by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy on measures to tackle the euro zone debt crisis.

President Sarkozy and Chancellor Merkel reiterate their commitment to fully implement the decisions taken by the heads of state and government of the euro area and the EU institutions on July 21st 2011.

In particular, they stress the importance that parliamentary approval will be obtained swiftly by the end of September in their two countries.

They welcome the recent measures announced by Italy and Spain with regard to faster fiscal consolidation and improved competitiveness. Especially the Italian authorities’ goal to achieve a balanced budget a year earlier than previously envisaged is of fundamental importance. They stress that complete and speedy implementation of the announced measures is key to restore market confidence.

As decided on July 21st, the effectiveness of the EFSF will be improved and its flexibility increased linked to appropriate conditionality, in particular through the following instruments: precautionary program, finance recapitalization of financial institutions and to intervene in secondary markets on the basis of an ECB analysis recognizing the existence of exceptional financial market circumstances and risks to financial stability and on the basis of a decision by mutual agreement of the member states, in order to avoid contagion.

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Jul 22

What are these clowns thinking?

Not to forget…

Bankrupting Germany: German Bundesbank Financed ECB and National Central Banks With €338 Billion, ifo-Institute President Prof. Hans-Werner Sinn Stunned

And if those €338 Billion are not paid back German taxpayers are on the hook!

And now…


Greece Defaults; Krugman Screams It’s 1937; Maastricht Treaty Needs Revisions; “European Monetary Fund” Created; German Taxpayers on the Hook (Global Economic Analysis, July 21, 2011):

The EU summit hammered out yet another temporary fix today, albeit a complicated one.

The proposal involves the creation of a “European Monetary Fund” and it will require changes to the Maastricht Treaty. Paul Krugman does not like the austerity measures and ECB president Jean-Claude Trichet had to eat his words regarding defaults and acceptance of defaulted bonds as collateral. German taxpayers may potentially be screwed big time on this bailout.

Can this agreement hold together? Before deciding let’s look at some details.

“European Monetary Fund” Created

In what French President Nicolas Sarkozy likens to a “European Monetary Fund”, EU Leaders Offer $229 Billion in New Greek Aid

After eight hours of talks in Brussels, leaders announced 159 billion euro ($229 billion) in new aid for Greece late yesterday and cajoled bondholders into footing part of the bill. They also empowered their 440-billion euro rescue fund to buy debt across stressed euro nations after a market rout last week sparked concern the crisis was spreading. The fund can also aid troubled banks and offer credit-lines to repel speculators.

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Apr 07

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