The Dark Roots of the “Brussels EU”
The records of the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal document that Bayer, BASF and Hoechst gave more than 80 million Reichsmark to the Nazis and their sub-organizations. In return for this “investment” IG Farben took over the chemical, pharmaceutical and petrochemical industries in the countries occupied during WWII with the ultimate goal to create and dominate a “European Market” form Lisbon to Sofia.
This document from the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal, a letter written by IG Farben director Knieriem to the Nazi government on July 20, 1940 - shortly after the victory over France - outlines the tools by which IG Farben intended to cement its key role in Europe .
The IG Farben letter specifies a common European currency, common European law, and even a European court system – all of that under the control of the Nazi/IG Farben coalition.
This 24 square kilometer industrial complex - as well as the massive expansion of the nearby concentration camps as a reservoir of slave labor - was financed with credits of almost one billion Reichsmark by Deutsche Bank.
Bayer’s pharmaceutical division was using the thousands of prisoners in deadly experiments to test their patented chemicals as “chemotherapy.”
10 years after he was sentenced as a war criminal in Nuremberg he was chairman of the supervisory board of Bayer again.
After the Second World War Globke became minister of the Chancellery in German Chancellor Adenauer’s office. As the “gray eminence” and outside of any parliamentary supervision, he controlled essentially all aspects of political life in postwar West-Germany from the Secret Service to the continuation of the plans of the oil and drug cartel to conquer Europe under the newly constructed EU.
In summary, Nazi and IG Farben men designed the European Commission as the “Politburo” of the Pharma Cartel’s postwar rule over Europe .
As a direct result of the influence of these interests, the decisions of the European Parliament have little, if any, influence on the laws and on the so-called “EU directives” imposed by the “EU Commission” on the lives of 400 million people in Europe .
The basis of any democracy is the power of the people. If the executive power is no longer controlled by the will of the people, democracy turns into a dictatorship.
Today, the shadows of IG Farben are still lingering over Europe .
The goals of the IG Farben successors are today joined by oil and drug multinationals from other European countries.
But their goals remain the very same as those of IG Farben during WWII: to establish and control a European market from “ Lisbon to Sofia ” with patented pharmaceutical drugs and other patentable high-tech products.
They include patents on genes - in order to gain control over the very molecules of inheritance and life - and patents on genetically modified plants with the goal to gain control of our daily nutrition.
The most well-known among those industries that seek control over our lives is the pharmaceutical “business with disease”.
As mentioned before, this industry is based on the promise of health, but its entire existence depends on promoting diseases as markets.
We know today that cardiovascular disease, cancer, immune deficiencies and other diseases are largely preventable. Their deliberate perpetuation for corporate gain of the pharmaceutical drug business is a crime.
Under the pretext of fighting terrorism, the very same EU Commission has just issued a directive that will turn Europe into on “Orwellian continent”.
According to this EU-directive, from now on all telephone numbers you will call, all Email addresses you will contact will be stored.
And not only from you, but for 400 million people across Europe. It is not hard to understand what these tools mean in the hands of those interest groups that have so often abused their power in the past.