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March 23, 2018, 11:26:47 AM
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This seems to be a rather strange question, but I've been reading a few articles recently that have set me thinking. Merkel is obviously not pro European, as she would not have encouraged the destruction of the southern European countries if she was. She doesn't appear to have German interests in her heart either. Her immigration policy, and reluctance to support German industry support this idea,

So what is all this about her support for Britain. Obviously it doesn't refer to the British people, or even British industry, but there are several British figures who seem to be involved with the puppet masters of the world - Blair, Cameron, Margaret Thatcher, Theresa May, Richard Branson and many others. It is these who may be controlling Merkel on behalf of Soros, Obama, Jamie Dimon and the Rothschilds. The events that turned me towards this idea are the support for the extreme and irrational actions of Theresa May over the Skripal poisoning, and the refusal to support the Belt and Road Initiative.

What do you think? Is this idea deep in the world of fantasy, or is there the possibility of some truth behind it?
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March 23, 2018, 02:46:39 PM
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I think the main truth in your post is that the Rothschilds basically control everything.  Roll Eyes

That's why i think Merkel is absolutely pro Europe!
The "master plan" of a global government prosseses and therefore a European Union is inevitable.
She also refused to accept Turkey to the EU what substantiates my conclusion.

Additionally, the international propaganda against Putin & Russia itself leads to such strange behaviours you recognized.



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March 23, 2018, 03:07:11 PM
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Do some research on Merkel's past. He was born in West Germany in 1954, shortly afterwards her father, a leftist clergyman, moved the family to East Germany while most were trying to escape the other way. As a student, she joined the communist movement and learned Russian to facilitate a career in politics, being able to communicate with the masters was important. Look east to Russia and Putin (an old acquaintance from when he was in the KGB stationed in East Berlin) and you might be nearer to understanding Merkel's interests.
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Thanks, that's the first benefit I have got through the EU. Smiley
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Thanks, that's the first benefit I have got through the EU. Smiley

Yeah, except for the over 70 year period of peace after a devastating world war, economic prosperity and the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, but let me not disturb you guys brooding in your conspiracy theories, wouldn't want to ruin your pity party with facts.

To be fair, he would probably have given that merit to any post containing "gay European nazi jews out to destroy upstanding blonde British farmers with immigration, innit" sprinkled with a bit of "globalists" and "muh empire" here and there.

- Sincerely, the puppet masters
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March 23, 2018, 07:39:33 PM
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This seems to be a rather strange question, but I've been reading a few articles recently that have set me thinking. Merkel is obviously not pro European, as she would not have encouraged the destruction of the southern European countries if she was. She doesn't appear to have German interests in her heart either. Her immigration policy, and reluctance to support German industry support this idea,

So what is all this about her support for Britain. Obviously it doesn't refer to the British people, or even British industry, but there are several British figures who seem to be involved with the puppet masters of the world - Blair, Cameron, Margaret Thatcher, Theresa May, Richard Branson and many others. It is these who may be controlling Merkel on behalf of Soros, Obama, Jamie Dimon and the Rothschilds. The events that turned me towards this idea are the support for the extreme and irrational actions of Theresa May over the Skripal poisoning, and the refusal to support the Belt and Road Initiative.

What do you think? Is this idea deep in the world of fantasy, or is there the possibility of some truth behind it?

Merkel, like most politicians is pro-Merkel. What I mean is that she has been governing Germany (Should I say "ruling" Should I say "and Europe?") for more that a decada and we can have no doubt of her ability for self-survival. Merkel does whatever it takes to make Merkel stay in power.

Having said that, Merkel did not destroy the EU, it simply showed clearly to all the Med countries how they are now in the EU whether the like it or not. She showed them clearly that now they are ruled from the Central European bank and those who have doubts or are not willing to fully repay their debts even at the price of breaking all their social systems should take a look at Greece. Simply being out of the Euro is not an option now.

The British case is different, as is a stronger country and Europe would have much to loose, but even they are experiencing the results of being out, undeniably.

 
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March 27, 2018, 08:10:26 AM
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This seems to be a rather strange question, but I've been reading a few articles recently that have set me thinking. Merkel is obviously not pro European, as she would not have encouraged the destruction of the southern European countries if she was. She doesn't appear to have German interests in her heart either. Her immigration policy, and reluctance to support German industry support this idea,

So what is all this about her support for Britain. Obviously it doesn't refer to the British people, or even British industry, but there are several British figures who seem to be involved with the puppet masters of the world - Blair, Cameron, Margaret Thatcher, Theresa May, Richard Branson and many others. It is these who may be controlling Merkel on behalf of Soros, Obama, Jamie Dimon and the Rothschilds. The events that turned me towards this idea are the support for the extreme and irrational actions of Theresa May over the Skripal poisoning, and the refusal to support the Belt and Road Initiative.

What do you think? Is this idea deep in the world of fantasy, or is there the possibility of some truth behind it?

Jesus, what is wrong with you anti EU conspiracy theorists? Why shouldn't Merkel be pro European? I think she is, together with Macron, one of the best examples of how a politician doesn't only care about national interests but also sees that there are common interests that can only be successfully pursued if we all work together.
It seems quite odd to me that you blame her for her migration policy, since those who have not been showing any compassion during the refugee "crisis" are those countries who try to sabotage the EU at any given occassion like some of the Visegrad countries. 

Maybe you should also consider how well Germany is performing, when you say that Merkel doesn't care about the interests of her people. Germany is experiencing an incredible economic boom and the state deficit is, unlike in the UK, constantly shrinking, which is something only very few countries can claim for themselves. So please tell me how this is possbile if Merkel doesn't care about her country?

By the way, I am not German and I would love to see the UK stay in the EU, simply because I believe that we are stronger together and because I believe that the UK is a great country.
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