Angela Merkel has now served as Chancellor of Germany since 2005, having been re-elected September 2017 for an additional four year term. That would mean she is now serving her ‘fourth’ term! Despite being elected in September, six months later she has still failed to appoint a new Cabinet. Her initial debut was based on ideologies that seem to have been reshuffled over the years, specifically in 2010 when her power and influence over the EU began to be noticed and corralled by the Rothschild/Soros cabal.
The CDU Party to which Merkel belongs was initially formed as an amalgamation of Nazi collaborators, liberal elitists, Socialist Marxists and nationalist parties within the state. It was created after WWII with the oversight of the UK and the US deciding its structure and leaders. The concept was to integrate all views into one driving force of power given each had an equal and viable political appeal.
But Merkel has been at a stalemate to elect a new coalition government given her ratings have tanked and her power has been rebranded. As a result she has decided to embrace the Social Democrat Party, a party defined as Socialist, Liberal, Progressive and Marxist.
The shift is quite reflective of where Germany’s future branding is leading. Most notably, utilizing the power and previous notoriety of Merkel to create a new Europe similar to the power evoked during WWI and WWII wherein Germany was central within a Marxist protectorate.
Today as Merkel scrambles to reorganize the EU so to reaffirm her power, Italy is on the verge of becoming a ‘far-right’ state in early elections – that is, according to the MSM. The main causal factor in the Italy shift is the migration stance established by Germany and the EU. In addition, BREXIT has contributed to the exodus of the Liberal Socialists as the EU pressures Italy to increase contributions to the EU budget, and Italy balks.
With the UK representing 13.5% of the EU budget, addressing the lost revenue means anteing from every member state. With the push toward making the Balkans member states, more revenue would be necessary in order to bring them to a net positive before they can create a positive EU cash flow.
Italy’s election results are not over, but the two leaders include Lega Nord and 5-Star, both ‘supposedly’ Nationalist and right leaning. But because neither party won an outright majority, a coalition must be resolved which could take days or months to create.
Italy has undergone some of the complexities plaguing Spain with a high concentration of wealth associated with one particular area supporting the remaining portions of the country. And while wine continues to be Italy’s largest world share market, it ranks fifth in the world as a tourist destination. Immigrants and crime could dramatically impact that industry and Italians rather enjoy sustaining what they have. With a vibrant, lush history of art, architecture, and antiquity, Italy is keen on preserving its heritage.
Although the Lega Party represents itself as much more of a Nationalist, anti-immigrant, pro-Trump party, the 5-Star Party is much more of a hybrid espousing radical Socialist views and ideals. They view politics as a non-entity that should never rule outside of the people. Their views have been compared to aligning with the ‘Californian Ideology’ which closely follows the philosophy of Stewart Brand and Ayn Rand.
While Rand is noted for her various novels rooted in ‘objectivisim’, Brand is the initiator of The Whole Earth Catalog and the Now Long Foundation whose projects included building the 10,000 year clock recently completed by Amazon’s, Bezos, who spent $42 million on the project…
The Lega Party claims to be more nationalist in its Euro views, immigrant views, and it’s Pandania Movement which supports the seccession of Northern Italy. The party has evolved considerably since it’s creation having followed Democrat views, an alliance with Burloscusi who followed closely with Merkel’s liberalism, and much in-fighting. Emerging with Matteo Salvini as it’s leader in 2013, the Party has become progressively more right leaning although it too defines itself as a ‘catch-all’ party.
As such, both of these parties advocated by the media as right-wing, are actually relatively moderate with the aim of embracing a ‘one party coalition’, which sounds dangerously similar to Merkel’s recent change of attitude in embracing the German Socialist Party. These pretexts were used to elect Macron as well as he advocated being a middle of the road candidate when in fact he is rather a nonentity who has done nothing at all.
If these one-party/combined-party ideologies were to spread to the US, it would mean the GOP and Democrats aligned together to form the GOPcrats…. Oh wait, that has already happened in their attacks on Trump! Imagine that.