After Berlin Wall Fell in 1989 East German Stasi Took Reins in EU

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Angela Merkel marches with her comrades at an East German Soviet march, 1972

BERLIN – Germany – The ecstatic crowds on the eve of the Berlin wall falling hid a foreboding event that reunified Germany, and unleashed thousands of Stasi operatives into the future European Union.




Merkel herself, was a product of Soviet East Germany and today moulds the EU, with her conditioned programming, into her Sovietised vision of collectivist conformity.

From an early age, the jung Fraulein Merkel was a subject of strict Soviet mental programming regimes, as were most of the East German population under the Soviet conditioned indoctrination programs and heavily controlled education system.

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Merkel became a member of the FDJ district board and secretary for “Agitprop” (Agitation and Propaganda). Merkel claimed that she was secretary for culture. When Merkel’s one-time FDJ district chairman contradicted her, she insisted that: “According to my memory, I was secretary for culture. But what do I know? I believe I won’t know anything when I’m 80.”

In essence, under the cover of ‘democracy’ East Germany was unleashed onto the rest of Germany and the EEC.

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On November 1, 1993, the European Union was born, and the rest is history. Merkel’s rise to the highest echelons of the EU to become its defacto leader, was a surefire certainty, as were many other former Stasi operatives into the positions of unelected power in the European Commission today.

José Manuel Durão Barroso, a Portuguese politician who was the 11th President of the European Commission – although not East German – also holds Maoist Communist ideals and is another example of the makeup of the European Union.

The EU as it stands today, is merely an extension of Soviet East German politics, and ideology. The totalitarian tip toe steps forward with ease, and unless Britain leaves on June 23, things will get a lot worse in the future.