The German takeover of the EU is accelerating | The Spectator

11-06-21 11:11:00, The German takeover of the EU is accelerating

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Vetoes should no longer be allowed. Smaller countries should not be able to block the will of the ‘majority’. And the biggest countries, with the largest financial contributions, should be the ones that get to dictate policy. Ever since German re-unification made the country by far the largest in the bloc, there has been a creeping German take-over of the European Union. But with the British no longer around to hold that back, it is starting to accelerate.

We had the clearest indication of that yet with a demand today for national vetoes to be ended. The German foreign minister Heiko Maas told a meeting of German ambassadors that ‘we can’t let ourselves be held hostage by the people who hobble European foreign policy with their vetoes.’ According to Maas, if countries are allowed to stop the EU taking a decision ‘then sooner or later you are risking the cohesion of Europe. The veto has to go, even if that means we can be out-voted.’

At the moment, it appears to be the Hungarians who have especially irritated Germany’s foreign minister. The increasingly erratic government of Viktor Orban has blocked EU calls for a ceasefire between Israel and Palestine, refused to ratify a trade agreement with the Caribbean, and blocked criticism of China’s latest clampdown in Hong Kong. Of course, it is a little odd for the Germans to be making a big deal about foreign policy. Plenty of people argue, perfectly correctly as it happens, that the country’s determination to make itself completely dependent on energy from Vladimir Putin’s Russia, while its exporters are equally dependent on President Xi’s China, means it is not really in a position to lecture anyone.

And yet that misses the bigger picture. The real trend is towards an EU that is no longer a confederation of nations, some small, some larger but all with a more or less equal voice, to one that is dominated by Germany. First, German re-unification made it by far the largest member (the old West Germany, with 62 million people, was roughly the same size as France, the UK and Italy). The second was the departure of the British. Italy is too economically weak, and politically divided, to provide a counterweight, while France’s Europhile elite clings to the belief that they can largely control a German-dominated EU for their own ends.

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German Study Finds Lockdown ‘Had No Effect’ on Stopping Spread of Coronavirus

04-06-21 12:54:00,

The former head of British intelligence agency MI6, who previously said he believes the coronavirus outbreak originated from a lab leak in Wuhan, has warned that it may be too late now to hold the communist state accountable because it will have probably destroyed all the evidence.

Speaking on a London Telegraph podcast, Sir Richard Dearlove lamented that the paper trail of ‘gain of function’ research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology will likely be gone now.

“We don’t know that’s what’s happened, but a lot of data has probably been destroyed or made to disappear so it’s going to be difficult to prove definitely the case for a gain-of-function chimera being the cause of the pandemic,” Dearlove noted.

Dearlove, who served as head of Britain’s foreign intelligence for five years in the early 2000’s, added that China has worked relentlessly to silence scientists who tried to warn the rest of the world.

“The People’s Republic of China is a pretty terrifying regime and does some things we consider unacceptable, and extreme in silencing opposition to the official line of the government,” he said.

Over a year ago, Dearlove was citing scientific research by Professor Angus Dalgleish of St George’s Hospital, University of London and Norwegian virologist Birger Sorensen which presents evidence suggesting the virus was manufactured in a laboratory.

As the scientists recently noted, they were ostracised and ignored until recently.

“This is why scientific analysis is now so important because although that can’t prove the case 100 per cent, the thorough biochemical analysis puts the weight of evidence to this being a man-made lab experiment, a natural virus that has been enhanced,” Dearlove explained.

Referring to the renewed focus on the lab leak theory, Dearlove noted that  “The whole argument has shifted and I’m pretty sure in my own mind that the US must have material which has accelerated this development.”

“China was originally let off the hook. I think the problem was the style of the Trump regime, a lot of people understandably found it hard to go along with his more outlandish allegations,” Dearlove continued, adding that “In the end it’s going to boil down to scientific evidence because the data is no longer available,

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German Study: Laboratory Accident Most Likely Cause of Coronavirus Pandemic

18-02-21 06:54:00, Professor Roland Wiesendanger (University of Hamburg / S.E.)

Published: February 18, 2021
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Professor Dr. Roland Wiesendanger, a leading German expert in the field of nanotechnology and three-time winner of the prestigious European Research Council Advanced Grant, has completed a one-year, hundred-page study on the origin of the novel coronavirus. Professor Wiesendanger concludes that “both the number and quality of the circumstantial evidence point to a laboratory accident at the virological institute in the city of Wuhan as the cause of the current pandemic.”

In the following, SPR provides an English translation of the official German press release of the University of Hamburg. The hundred-page German study by Prof. Wiesendanger can be found here.

SPR would like to add the following information: The two most recent global pandemics were the 1977 ‘Russian flu’ and the 2009 ‘swine flu’. In both of these cases, modern genetic research indicates that a lab escape was the most likely origin of the pandemic virus (see here and here).

Study on the origin of the coronavirus pandemic published

Professor Dr. Roland Wiesendanger, University of Hamburg

For more than a year, the coronavirus has been causing a worldwide crisis. In a study, nanoscientist Prof. Dr. Roland Wiesendanger has now shed light on the origin of the virus. He concludes that both the number and quality of the circumstantial evidence point to a laboratory accident at the virological institute in the city of Wuhan as the cause of the current pandemic.

The study was conducted between January 2020 and December 2020. It is based on an interdisciplinary scientific approach and extensive research using a wide variety of information sources. These include scientific literature, articles in print and online media, and personal communication with international colleagues. It does not provide highly scientific evidence, but it does provide ample and serious circumstantial evidence:

  • Unlike previous coronavirus-related epidemics such as SARS and MERS, to date, well over a year after the outbreak of the current pandemic, no intermediate host animal has been identified that could have facilitated the transmission of SARS-CoV-2 pathogens from bats to humans.

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German parliament advances Mark of the Beast with “Agenda ID2020” ratification

11-02-21 08:15:00,

On Jan. 29, the German parliament (Bundestag) moved to ratify Agenda ID2020, a centralized data collection program that will be used to roll out the final Mark of the Beast and enslave all of humanity forever.

While it still has to be approved by the German Federal Council, reports indicate that Agenda ID2020 will likely run into minimal resistance from here on out, and eventually pass.

Under the program, the private data of all Germans, and eventually all humans, will be made available to every government agency, police department and private sector company that wants it.

“It covers all that is known about an individual citizen, now up to 200 points of information and possibly more as time goes on, from your bank account to your shopping habits, health records (vaccination records, of course), your political inclinations, and probably even your dating habits and other entries into your private sphere,” writes Peter Koenig for Global Research (Canada).

Designed by none other than Bill Gates, Agenda ID2020 is part of a larger “vaccination package” sponsored and supported by the Rockefeller Foundation, Accenture, the World Economic Forum (WEF), and the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), now referred to as the Vaccine Alliance.

Bill Gates played a big role in developing Mark of the Beast “vaccines” for global control

The Vaccine Alliance, the headquarters of which is located in Geneva, Switzerland, a widely recognized locale of deep state activity, is another creation of Bill and Melinda Gates. It is located right next door to the World Health Organization (WHO) headquarters, and is considered to be a public-private partnership – “[t]he public part being WHO, plus a number of developing countries,” Koenig notes.

Other private partners to GAVI include pharmaceutical giants Johnson & Johnson (J&J), GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Merck & Co., and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Not everyone in Germany is on board with Gates’ plan, including Dr. Reiner Füllmich, co-founder of the Corona Commission, a consortium of medical doctors, virologists, immunologists, lawyers and university professors.

Dr. Füllmich is concerned that Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines from the likes of Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna may contain hidden nanoparticles that could be accessible via electromagnetic radiation such as the kind released by 5G and soon-to-be 6G.

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German Government Uses Lockdown to Sneak Deadly Pesticide | New Eastern Outlook

05-01-21 08:58:00,


Using the conditions of the most recent coronavirus lockdown, the German government’s agriculture minister has made a stealth decision, without open debate, to re-instate a banned class of systemic insecticides known as neonicotinoids. The German move follows a similar move by the French Macron government and puts the entire food security of the EU in serious danger. Ironically, or maybe not, the move comes at a time when food security worldwide is in grave stress owing to consequences of the global COVID lockdowns that have disrupted huge parts of the global food chains.

On December 15, Julia Klöckner (CDU), the German minister responsible for agriculture, approved “emergency” certification of “limited” use of the highly controversial insect killing chemicals known as neonicotinoids. While the order is disguised as a limited emergency exception to a current EU-wide ban on the chemicals, environmental organizations argue that it is just the beginning of a stealth re-approval of the chemicals that have been banned since 2013.

Bee colony collapse

In 2012 several scientific studies showed that the use of neonics as they are called, spread into agricultural irrigation channels and soil where they remained. The studies also linked the chemicals to a dramatic rise in bee colony deaths across the EU. In 2013 the EU official agency, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), after a formal review declared that neonicotinoids pose an unacceptably high risk to bees, and that the industry-sponsored studies from Bayer, Syngenta and other agrochemical firms upon which regulatory agencies’ claims of safety have relied on were flawed. That resulted in the first EU-wide ban of the chemicals.

In 2018 the EFSA, reacting to growing pressure from the agrochemical industry to lift the ban, issued a new report that said the neonics posed a serious danger not only to honey bees but also to wild bees. Other studies have shown that a single seed treated with neonics is enough to kill a songbird Neonicotinoids have the potential to affect entire food chains. They are persistent in the environment, infiltrate groundwater, and have cumulative and largely irreversible effects on invertebrates.

In 2018 a new EU-wide ban on all outdoor use of the insecticides was imposed. This is what the German government, following France,

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