by Peter Koenig
Before both, Olaf Scholz, Chancellor of Germany, and
unelected President of the European Commission (EC),
der Leyen, two Germans, were chosen to economically
destroy Europe, beginning with Germany, they were indeed
vetted for months by the neoliberal hegemons in Washington and the
Pentagon / NATO.
When eventually they "qualified", they enhanced
lie-machine, betraying and lying to the people in Europe
energy shortages, food shortages, astronomical inflation - and
fear-mongering about the multiple disastrous consequences of these
They imposed stern energy savings program under threat of severe
punishment, including fines and imprisonment.
This, despite the fact
that German gas tanks are full to about 94%, the most they have
ever been in the last 5 years.
The energy situation in other EU
countries is similar:
it would appear, not at all disastrous...
Yet, the dumbfounded European public went along - with
But the German industrialists did not.
They didn't and still
don't agree with the German - and by association, the European
industry-destruction, also called deindustrialization policy.
They had in the past
already heavily lobbied with Madame Merkel, making semi-secret
deals with Russia.
know that the divide-and-conquer policy is being imposed by
Washington - to reach eventually a unipolar world, which is only
possible with a fractured Europe, not with a "United Europe".
The US GDP is estimated
to reach in 2022 about US$ 20 trillion, as compared to a
fast-catching-up European GDP of some US$ 17 trillion (2022 est.).
German business leaders didn't go along with official German
country economically is going too far.
Knowing that Europe
in the long-run needs Russia and with an even longer vision,
also China, German industrialists made semi-clandestine pacts
Scholz's one-day visit to Beijing, meeting with President Xi
Jinping, consisted of a large delegation - several dozen
representatives of German key businesses and industries.
To the delight of
Washington, Scholz told the world:
"The world needs
Berlin Goes to
Beijing - The Real Deal
It's now European economic leaders who call the shots:
Olaf Scholz has
The WEF, Washington and
Brussels appear to be sidelined...
Germany, the people, is very much interested in becoming part of the
Belt and Road.
The 25% concession in
the port of Hamburg to the Chinese company, Cosco, was a first
step - a sign that Germany was ready to sign up to the New Silk
Road, the same as did Italy and Greece with Piraeus, already
The original proposal was
a Chinese participation of about 35% to 40%.
Political pressure from
Brussels and from within Germany reduced the Chinese share to 25%.
The reduction is
What counts is
Germany's "entry" into the BRI...
Washington, Brussels and
NATO may not like it.
But what can they do, if the EU-lead country,
Germany, decides to resist the 'planned collapse'...?
US$ 17 billion Trade Deal with China
In agreement with France and other EU countries, Olaf Scholz entered
into a Trade Deal with China for the equivalent of about US$ 17
See video below.
Finally, prompted by German industrialists, Europe may see the US
for what it is...
Officials in the
Biden Administration are attempting to raise issues
about the Sino-German trade, claiming that China wants to separate
Europe from the US.
Talks about "sanctions"
are already emerging.
Europe and China, where would it leave the US? Alone and
Therefore, Washington is
thinking twice before applying their usual weapon of mass
destruction, sanctioning "misbehaving" partners.
Chancellor Scholz apparently made it clear that the visit to China
is the right decision.
Washington, NATO and Brussels won't be able
No way should the United States be
able to intervene and interfere...
At the same time, preceding the Scholz visit to Beijing, Germans
revealed fears for financial survival in a recent poll (RT, 7 Nov
Half of the respondents are afraid, they might not have enough money
to financially survive the coming winter, according to the BILD
journal of last Sunday (6 November).
Most people believe the
government's relief measures to alleviate the industrial fallout of
the ongoing energy crunch are not enough.
According to the INSA polling agency (Institute for New Social
only about a third of
respondents believe that government measures will help them get
admitted they would not be able to afford any Christmas presents
for their loved ones this season.
They also believe that
Scholz is not up to the task facing him in the coming years.
Chancellor Scholz's approval rating is with 25% the lowest of any
German Chancellor duirng the past 50 years. His trip to China may
improve his popularity.
This negative reaction was triggered by fear that Germany may
not be able to handle the announced "energy crisis".
This is clearly a fear
reaction by people unaware of the hoax behind the crisis:
not knowing that
Germany's, like most European countries' energy reserves, are at
their highest for years, and before Chancellor Scholz's trip to
Their fear was also
driven by inflation and the ever-increasing cost of energy, combined
with worries about a potentially "chilling winter" across Europe.
Will the revelation
of the new German-China connection ease the tension?
Time will tell.
Of special importance
will also be the response of other EU countries.
Will they return to
sovereign nation states - moving away from the imposed