Steinmeier Threatens War
On his recent visit to meet with that nice chap William Hague in London the ‘Jerry’ Foreign Minister, Frank-Walter Steinmeier adopted the language and style of his, with respect, rather more intelligent and charming predecessor Joachim von Ribbentrop.
Those in Britain assumed that he was speaking with the authority of the “Führer-Frau”, as we affectionately refer to Angela Merkel. There is no truth by the way in the rumor that she is Adolf Hitler’s granddaughter. With respect, she’s not nice enough.
He stated that the United Kingdom Independence Party, and other Eurosceptic parties in Europe, including the German AfD, the only nice party in the country, threatened European peace. For the record I am unaware of any plan by UKIP to invade Poland, or even Belgium.
A senior adviser to a Commonwealth defence ministry contacted me almost straight away, having read this as a threat to go to war with Britain should we try to leave the EU. He was right. Our community partner ‘the Hun’ is panicking. In the Sale by-election on Thursday, in a safe Labour seat, UKIP came second.
I gather our (Tory) candidate was a typical Central Office stooge, no offense intended, although I am sure he gives a good sermon (he is a reverend). In May UKIP is widely expected to top the poll at the European Parliament elections. We are on our way out of the EU and the ‘Hun’ knows it.
UK War Planning for Total Germany
To threaten war against Britain for exercising our democratic right as a sovereign nation to leave a treaty grouping of increasing economic irrelevance was an outrage. Steinmeier’s speech recalled the excesses of Hitler’s prewar rants. The ‘Hun’ still has not learnt that shouting and stamping his feet, or threatening to send his panzers against us, does not work. The English Channel is still the world’s best anti-tank ditch.
Thankfully, discreet planning for total conventional war with Germany has been going on for some years. It was pretty obvious as long ago as the disastrous Maastricht Treaty that Britain and Germany mjght come to blows for a third time. It was equally obvious that next time around we had to avoid the mistakes of 1919 and 1945 and break up Germany into her constituent parts. It was also a no-brainer that the quickest way to defeat Germany was to combine with the Russians in a two-pronged attack.
Smarter observers will have noticed a series of ‘incursions’ into British air and sea space in recent years by Russian aircraft and ships. They are not incursions at all, just opportunities for the armed forces of our two great nations to work together.
NATO is clearly finished. Any Western alliance which included Germany was bound to fail sooner or later. Gordon Duff was one of the first to pick up the UK’s disengagement from NATO after my outrageous, unlawful arrest, at the instigation of German assets in Whitehall, two years ago.
The Cabinet Office hate NATO because it includes the USA and we Eurosceptics regard NATO as unworkable because it includes Germany. Germany’s role in sponsoring the armed attacks on the United States on 9/11 doomed NATO to break-up eventually, ironically even as Article 5 was being invoked for the first time. The NATO Treaty is now a dead letter.
Responsibility for World War I
Steinmeier made two crass historic errors in his remarks. Firstly, he stated that the EU has kept the peace in Europe for 50 years. Rubbish. The EU has never been a meaningful military alliance. In the Cold War Europe sheltered under the American nuclear umbrella. We were the only other nuclear-armed power prepared to stand up to the Soviet Union. NATO only worked because Britain, the US and Canada were members.
World War I was not started by the Royal Navy, or the French, or the Belgians, nor did it break out by accident. World War I was started because the ‘Hun’ mounted a carefully prepared invasion of Luxembourg and Belgium, in an attempt to outflank the French Army and capture Paris.
The assassination of the Archduke and Archduchess by a Jesuit agent, Gavrilo Princip, was carefully coordinated with the German Secret Service, run by Max Warburg. German troops were already mobilizing.
In this centenary year of the outbreak of World War I we should be careful to lay the blame where it really lies – with Germany.
The flooding has now become a national security issue, according to Phillip Hammond, the Secretary of State for Defence. He’s blaming global warming (he’s not terribly bright, poor chap). What that really means is that hostile state involvement has been confirmed elsewhere within the Intelligence Community (INTELCOM), although that intelligence may not have reached Hammond.
It’s not just a question of poor management, or complying with insane EU regulations making it more difficult to dispose of silt. The flooding has been front-page news all week in Britain, with hysterical warmists rushing to blame global warming. The Environment Agency has extended its flooding policy to the River Thames.
Sluice gates on tributaries, like the Thame, have been opened, in order to force up levels on the Thames. I am a riparian landowner, in a modest way (as you would expect) on the Thame and have been keeping a close eye on water levels. They have actually been going down, as those on the Thames were going up.
The Environment Agency has acquired a reputation for cowardice, as well as incompetence. Official after official has refused to enter floodwater for ‘elf and safety’ reasons. The Agency is now viewed with contempt, along with major party politicians.
Only Nigel Farage, of UKIP (a nice chap) had the sense to bring along a proper pair of waders, instead of dinky little galoshes (isn’t that what you guys call Wellingtons?). David Cameron has now joined the list of humiliated politicians. He announced that planned job losses at the Environment Agency would not now go ahead, only for the Agency to over-rule him.
Since they report to the Cabinet Office, and the Cabinet Secretary is now so powerful he is in effect a de facto dictator, it’s not surprising that the Agency treated the elected Prime Minister as a minor personage, of no consequence. They were right, with respect.
What was surprising was they should humiliate him so completely and so publicly, sending a message that the restoration of responsible, democratic government in Britain requires a change of PM as well as a change of Cabinet Secretary.
Sir Jeremy Heywood, with respect, seems to be modelling his style of government on that of the late King Charles I. He does not seem to understand that Charles 1’s style of government was not an unalloyed success, which of course is why He is the late King Charles 1.
Response to Comments
It’s always nice to have support. I see from the responses that David Icke was saying much the same thing as myself, at much the same time. He’s a nice chap (we met last year) and very smart. I don’t blame him for the alien DNA theory. Like UFOs it was an idea carefully put about by the DVD. Both were hoaxes, but they were very elaborate ones.
Mountbatten set up Pakistan on the orders of his German masters. His bloody and chaotic rule in India was a disaster carefully coordinated with Dachau.
Harold Wilson was not a Soviet agent, he was a German agent. His contacts were run via Moscow as a false-flag operation.
Man-made global warming is a hoax. As we are in a cooling period calling the theorem ‘climate change’, a tautology, as the climate is not a constant, is pure propaganda. Global sea ice is at its thickest for over 30 years, sea levels are rising by only a modest amount, reflecting the gradual rise since the end of the Little Ace Age (there is an excellent commentary on this by my friend Christopher Booker in today’s Sunday Telegraph) and global surface temperatures have been in a gradual decline since 2000. My late friend Sir Patrick Moore, the astronomer, thought in 1999 that we were in for about 35 years of cooler weather. So far he has been proven right.
In answer to the question parts of the Somerset Levels are below sea level, as in Holland. And, no the Queen is not a German Jew!!! Her Majesty is British and Head of the Anglican Church, our Established Religion. The Queen is not only Head of State and a political and judicial figure, in Whose name justice is administered, She is also a revered and much-loved religious figure and head of our state religion.
Movie of the Week – The Eagle Has Landed (1976)
This is a cracking intelligence/special forces movie, based on the book by Jack Higgins, a well-informed thriller writer. The cast was superb, led by Sir Michael Caine, Donald Pleasance (the best of the Blofelds, in my as-ever humble opinion), the gorgeous Jenny Agutter, Donald Sutherland, Anthony Quayle (as Admiral Canaris) and the late, great Larry Hagman, as Colonel Clarence E. Pitts, an officer who did not understand intelligence, partly because he had so little of it.
The plot is well-known – a party of ‘Jerry’ special forces, modelled on the group which rescued Mussolini, lands by parachute on the Norfolk coast, with a view to kidnapping Winston Churchill, who is supposed to be visiting a nearby country house, and spiriting him back to ‘Hunland’ on a captured British MTB. The swine!
What is what less well-known is that the man on whom Michael Caine’s character was based, SS-Standartanführer Otto Skorzeny, approved the script before he died, whilst Canaris actually saw the movie. He was suffering from the illness which finally took his life, but did not finally die until two years after the movie came out.
I gather he rather enjoyed it. He certainly approved of the way in which he was portrayed by Anthony Quayle, who had no idea that he was portraying a living person.
The movie is partly responsible for Canaris’s undeserved public image as a gentleman. Donald Pleasance was so good at portraying villains that he could be cast as a chief executive of the Environment Agency. From accounts by those who met him, Heinrich Himmler was rather more charming than as portrayed in the movie, unless you were Jewish of course. He was a bit anti-semitic, sadly.
The movie is worth watching just for the cameo by Larry Hagman. He of course was a lot smarter than his character Colonel Pitts, who could have got a job in President Obama’s national security team.