Mon 13 Aug 2012
The 10 Most Dangerous Politicians in Europe - acc. to the NWO: Threaten EU Project, Infamy, Populists, Fanning Flames of EU Crisis, Want National Currencies, Saying “Commission Staging EUSSR”, “Greece out”R”, “ESM Destroying Democracy”
I bring this post on the 51. anniversary of the erection of the Berlin Wall, as the following attitude of “Der Spiegel” - unless it is ironically meant - is exactly the ideology behind the Berlin Wall, dictatorial world Communism and here - today called the EUSSR.
From Silvio Berlusconi to Marine Le Pen, some EU politicians “resort to cheap populism in order to rack up domestic political point” and are “grossly oversimplifying the situation, and … intensifying the euro crisis.”
Alexis Tsipras, the leader of Greece’s Syriza party has been highlighted as the ‘most dangerous man in Europe’, for his efforts to pressure governments into abandoning austerity measures.
Also on the list is Markus Soder, the Bavarian finance minister, who said this week that “Athens must become an example demonstrating that this euro zone also has teeth,” and that “Greece should leave the euro zone by the end of the year.” Like Soder, Timo Soini, a Finnish MEP wants aid to Greece to stop.
Both the Italian Silvio Berlusconi, and the French Marine Le Pen, among others, are listed for campaigning for returning to national currencies. Berlusconi-owned newspaper Il Giornale raised up a storm last week when they captioned a picture of Angel Merkel with “Fourth Reich”.
This statue of Europe riding on Zeus as a bull is placed in front of the EU parliamentary building in Strassburg. A corresponding statue is seen in front of the EU Commission building in Brussels. This shows the religious character of the EU.
The story of Zeus abducting the Phoenician princess, Europa, fits well with EU´s politically correct and very censored wishful dream of the Euromed. narrative .
Le Pen, along with Heinz-Christian Strache, head of the Austrian Freedom Party, make the list partially because of their dangerous hyperbole. Le Pen stated recently that “the European Commission is in the final stages of creating a European Soviet Union,” while Strache noted that the “[ESM] will destroy not only our state, but also our democracy and constitution.”
Another populist to make the cut is Nigel Farage, the prolific leader of the UK’s Independence Party, who famously described Council president Herman Van Rompuy as having “the charisma of a damp rag”.
Calling Geert Wilders, head of the Dutch Freedom Party, “the role model for many populists”, the Spiegel suggests that he has been turning to anti-EU sentiment to gain ground in the polls.
In a publicity stunt last year, he presented a large drachma note to the Greek embassy. Like Berlusconi and Le Pen, he is calling for a return of the national currency, the Dutch guilder.
Finishing up the hall of infamy is Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. He is alleged to have curbed democratic freedoms by imposing a restrictive media law and a new constitution, leading the European Commission to threaten to block subsidies. In response, some laws were modified, but Orbán claimed that “Hungary has prevailed”.
On the group of politicians as a whole, the Spiegel stressed that “they are playing with fire and they could threaten the entire European project. They are fueling, both directly and indirectly, stereotypes and resentments.”
The Spiegel accused them of doing so only to attract voters for their own gain and said that “all of this comes at the expense of a united Europe.”
Is this ironically meant? I must nearly think so. But such a tirade may also suggest desperation. So, dissident politicians and bloggers, keep up with your criticism. It works. On the other hand, its founder, Rudolph Augstein, was a Bilderberger. The politicians mentioned here seem to have freed themselves of the brand of treason. Or are they just Antithesis figures without real influence to satisfy us?
However, Wikipedia: 1956/57, Hans Magnus Enzensberger wrote a critical analysis on the language of Der Spiegel: The reader of Der Spiegel is not being oriented, but disoriented. Enzensberger saw the magazine as a latent threat to German democracy.
In 1987, to mark the its 40th anniversary, journalist and author, Erich Kuby, published a critical analysis of the news magazine titled “Der Spiegel in the Mirror”. Wolf Schneider called the magazine “the top destroyer of the German language. As negative examples of bad German in his style ABC, quotes from Der Spiegel play a major role.
However, through the above, Der Spiegel makes itself the mouthpiece of dictatorship - and expresses the customary NWO contempt of democracy - using the worst word for public opinion: populism. Thus, the will of the people is being run down and even made a shameful thing by this MSM. For, of course, the elite know what is good or bad for us and clearly think what we think is bad, is good - and vice versa.