“Nation states must today be prepared to give up their sovereignty”, according to The German Chancellor, who told an enthusiastic audience of party members audience in Berlin that nation states must not listen to the concerns of their citizens when it comes to questions of immigration, borders, or even sovereignty.
If you are thinking this was something said by Adolf Hitler at a Nazi party rally in the 1930s, you would be wrong, the words were spoken by German Chancellor Angela Merkel at an event organised by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Berlin.
Merkel has announced she won’t seek re-election in 2021 and it seems she now feels sade to come out of the closet and show her true colours in order to push the globalist agenda to its disturbing conclusion of creating a totalitarian world government before she stands down.
“In an orderly fashion of course,” Merkel joked, attempting to lighten the mood. But Merkel has always had a tin ear for comedy and she soon embarked on a dark and disturbing speech in support of authoritarianism and the dominance of an academic elite, condemning those in her own party who believe the German government should have listened to public opinion and refused to sign the controversial UN migration pact which seeks to make migration a human right and create a borderless world:
“There were [politicians] who believed that they could decide when these agreements are no longer valid because they are representing The People”.
“[But] the people are just individuals who are living in a country, they are not a group who define themselves as the [German] people,” she stressed, showing the self righteousness of any Nazi leader or senior officer in Kaiser Bill’s WW1 regime.
Merkel has previously accused critics of the UN Global Compact for Safe and Orderly Migration of being unpatriotic, saying “That is not patriotism, because patriotism is when you include others in German interests and accept win-win situations”.
Her words, which showed she does not grasp the concept of patriotism, while ignoring the problems wrought on German society by the consequences of her “open doors” immigration policy, echo recent comments by the deeply unpopular French President Emmanuel Macron who stated in a Remembrance Day speech that “patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism [because] nationalism is treason.”
The French president’s words, which prove he has little understanding on the concept of nationalism and, like many of his generation, conflates it with Naziism, went down like the proverbial lead zeppelin with the French population, which is more volatile than the German people, and not only caused his approval rating to plunge even further, but also exacerbated the yellow vests protests which have brought civil unrest to France. French cities have experienced problems similar to those of Germany since the mass immigration crisis began in 2015.
Macron, former Goldman Sachs executive who was given a quadruple charisma by — pass before being shoehorned into the presidency as the etablishment candidate, is now proving so utterly devoid of leadership qualities and is totally incapable of dealing with growing protests in France. In spite of that he has not lost his typically French penchant for delusional self — aggrandising and recently told the Bundestag that France and Germany should be at the center of the emerging New World Order.
“The Franco-German couple [has]the obligation not to let the world slip into chaos and to guide it on the road to peace. Europe must be stronger… and win more sovereignty.”
He went on to demand, just like Merkel, that EU member states surrender national sovereignty to Brussels over “foreign affairs, migration, and development” as well as giving “an increasing part of our budgets and even fiscal resources”.
Merkel meanwhile, has pronounced Donald Trump a lame duck president and despite her own position as a lame duck chancellor leading a minority government, has pronounced herself the new de facto leader of the free world. It’s difficult to see how this can end well for Germany, France or the EU.