Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Safe European homes: After the crash

The Kopp Publishing Company recently held a series of lectures in Germany to discuss the impending doom of the EU and the chocolate pennies which currently pass for its currency. It was an ensemble piece of financiers, economists and casino bankers, but amidst the advice and prognostication came a warning which I suspect a lot of writers outside the MSM know perfectly well to be accurate:

"[Udo] Ulfkotte warned of impending unrest in Europe, which we can also expect in Germany. Many in the hall gasped when the secret service expert reported: Unnoticed by media and public, 'special action forces are being prepared all over Europe to forcefully put down the expected social protests. Until a few days ago, reported the ex-correspondent of FAZ (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung), not even the parliamentary representatives charged with responsibility for control of the secret services had known that there has for years been a secret European organization of informants whose target above all is EU opponents and critics. “The work groups form cross-border teams, which, for example, are supposed to observe potential ringleaders and plant contact people in their environment.'"

[Hat tip: Gates of Vienna]

When the grand guignol debacle of the EU finally hits the tarmac with its undercarriage firmly locked in the stowed position, there will be blood. Our police, of course, showed themselves to be utterly useless during last summer's rioting. European police, however, the forces of naturally fascist countries such as Spain, Italy and France, will not spare the night-stick and might be less inclined to act like social workers on a lunchbreak from their latest racial diversity course.

1 comment:

  1. Think about if Greece leaves the EU and the new Drachma depreciates 70pc. Can you say cheap Greek vacation homes? Those will make greatalternative investments.