“A poster published by the Council of Europe: The Tower of Babel is taken from the famous painting by the 16th Century Flemish artist Breughel, showing the well-known scene from the Book of Genesis. The Bible says that for their arrogant behaviour, God divided and confused the builders of this monstrosity by causing them to babble at each other in different languages. The choice of this motif to symbolise ‘the building of Europe’ shows that, as one would expect, the secular designers of this poster were either ignorant or sceptical of the moral of the Biblical story. However, in 1993, shortly after the Author first republished this illustration in one of our intelligence serials, and pointed out its irony, the poster was suddenly withdrawn. The inverted stars are intended to replicate the ‘stars’ of the European symbol, which have remained 12 in number-the number of the Apostles, and also the number of the stars itemised in Revelation 12, verse 1, which depicts ‘a woman clothed with the sun… and upon her head a crown of twelve stars’, an image extensively used by the European Union: see page XXVIII). The stars mimic the upside-down pentagram used in occult contexts [see inset]. The expanding EU’s retention of 12 stars, and their use upside-down here (one being obscured), conveys a conscious yet subliminal occultic message. Bernard Connolly, who was the senior Brussels official formerly in charge of the European Monetary System, refers in his book ‘The Rotten Heart of Europe’ [Faber and Faber, London, 1995] to ‘the sinister motives and back-to-front reasoning’ of Euro-ideologues and of the ‘builders of Europe’. ‘Back-to-frontness’ and ‘upside-downness’ are characteristic of evil. No doubt the poster was withdrawn because of a fear or superstition that ‘the European edifice’ may well suffer the same fate as the Tower of Babel. Since there is no place for God in Lenin’s ‘Common European Home’, which the deluded European elites are ‘building’, this is a certainty. They forget that ‘except the Lord build the house, they labour in vain that build it’ [Psalm of Solomon 127, verse 1 ]” (Christopher Story).
“Just as there has been no true discontinuity of Soviet strategy – only a Leninist discontinuity, designed to confuse the West, to entice it to ‘converge’ with the East to collectivise security, and to disarm – so, since the First and Second World Wars, has there been no discontinuity of German strategy. It may be helpful to remind ourselves here of Anatoliy Golitsyn’s useful distinction between a policy and a strategy. He points out that whereas a policy is overt, a strategy contains within itself a hidden, secret dimension designed to ensure the strategy’s success. German plans for European hegemony can be traced back to the 19th century and were clearly understood by Western observers at least until the early 1950s. In an article entitled ‘The World Germanica’ published in the New York Herald Tribune dated 31st May 1940, Dorothy Thompson wrote: The Germans have a clear plan of what they intend to do in case of victory. I believe that I know the essential details of that plan. I have heard it from a sufficient number of important Germans to credit its authenticity…. Germany’s plan is to make a customs union of Europe, with complete financial and economic control centred on Berlin…. Territorial changes do not concern them, because there will be no Trance’ of ‘England’, except as language groups’1. In 1942, the actual blueprint of Hitler’s ‘European Union’ was published in the form of a compendium of papers presented by leading German industrialists, academics and officials under the stern direction of the Reichswirtschaftsminister und Prasident der Deutschen Bundesbank, Dr Walther Funk. The document was entitled ‘Europaische Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft’ (European Economic Community)2. Copies of this rare book survive, for instance, at the British Library, and at the Staatsbibliothek, Berlin. The policy issues covered by the Nazi compendium were largely the same as those contained in the modern European Union Collective’s Maastricht Treaty and its derivatives: a common European currency, a pan-European bank called ‘Europa Bank’ and thus a common monetary policy, a common agricultural policy, a common European industrial policy, a common employment policy, a common European transport policy, and a common European trading policy. As the Second World War progressed, the possibility of defeat occurred to the less blinkered among Hitler’s planners, prompting a Nazi decision to make secret preparations for a long-range plan to continue the prospectively lost war ‘by other means’ (politically). Indeed, precisely such a development was accurately predicted by the brilliant Dutch Ambassador to Washington, Dr Alexander Loudon, a man with a deep knowledge of German history, who observed in a radio address at the end of 1943: ‘The Germans will do exactly the same thing as they did in 1918. In case of defeat, the Nazis and the Gestapo will go underground in order to prepare for the next war’3. The ‘next war’ is indeed being waged fiercely today – ‘by other means’. In 1942, detailed planning was initiated in Berlin to establish a covert powerful Nazi International. Writing in the Hearst Press, Burnet Hershey, its foreign correspondent, reported in a despatch from Lisbon published on 25th January 1943 that he had observed an ‘influx of Nazi officials into Spain and Portugal’. Hershey wrote that ‘every talk I had with the Germans in Lisbon made that fact clearer. They may be defeated on the battlefield, as they were in 1918; but they expect to win again at the peace table as they did in 1919′. ‘Of course, they will sacrifice Hitler as they sacrificed the Kaiser; but the old gang- the generals, the big industrialists, the phoney professors of mis-education… will try to go underground again to lay the eggs for another war of German conquest’4. A year later, The New York Times’ correspondent, Harold Denny cabled in a despatch from Madrid that ‘heavy new increments of German agents have been pouring into Spain in recent days in an obvious effort by Germany to save what she can of a situation that has gone badly against her. A thousand Gestapo agents and other German representatives have appeared in Madrid alone in the past fortnight. Significant additions to the German population have been noted in other parts of Spain…. In Madrid, German spies swarm in the big hotels in such numbers that even casual visitors cannot help noticing them’5. On 13th April 1944, the New York Herald Tribune gave details of huge sums deposited by high Nazi officials and industrialists in American and neutral banks. And on 19th July 1944, the US Office of War Information reported that ‘Swiss bankers are alarmed about the huge sums transferred recently by Germans to Swiss and Portuguese banks…. They are of the opinion that these monies will serve one day to finance the resurrection of the Third Reich’6. Newsweek magazine further reported, on 19th October 1944, that, according to diplomatic advisers based in Buenos Aires, ‘German technicians and military experts are believed to be reaching the country incognito by devious routes’. And on 15th January 1945, Newsweek declared that ‘many of the men that Himmler sent to Spain and Argentina to carry out Nazi plans for postwar survival, carried passports under false names and later were reported dead in Germany. All have had framing in Nazi political methods’” (Christopher Story).
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