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Neo-Nazis: Germany’s Inner War With Itself, History and WW2 Identity

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 9:57 AM
June 14, 2012

Just underneath the surface of well-ordered German society is a painful struggle with its Nazi past, along with the rising Neo-Nazis in the society.  But the murders of nine people during a seven year period no longer allows the nation to ignore the growing body of German youth deeply committed to Nazi ideology.

   However, in spite of a public outcry accusing German law enforcement of gross negligence, three suspects in the killings were caught only after two died in a murder-suicide pact and the third surrendered herself to police.

Katya Adler of BBC News, who did a series of stories on what she calls, “Germany’s new breed of neo-Nazis,” says: “The trio had made a DVD in which they boasted of the killings and said they had acted to serve the German nation and its people, describing themselves as the National Socialist Underground––echoing the national socialism (Nazism) of Hitler’s Germany.”

Public pressure escalated when German media revealed that intelligence agencies had been watching this Neo-Nazi group “for years, and even found a bomb-making factory in their garage back in 1998.”  So obvious questions are:  Why were the three allowed to disappear underground?  Why was so much police attention given to the Turkish mafia, while ignoring Neo-Nazi murderers?

A major problem is Germany’s governmental structure which carefully divides powers between federal and state levels.  Instead of an federal investigative agency, each of the 16 state has its own police and intelligence agency.  Thus, without coordination, this small Nazi group stayed underground for ten years.

But a deeper problem in the German psyche is that it refuses to acknowledge the dangerous power of the burgeoning Neo-Nazi movement, and that this psyche may hide deep-seated longing for that movement’s ideology.

Adler explains: “Neo-Nazis have murdered more people in post-war Germany than any other single group, including Islamists and the far left. But this is not yet reflected in official data.”  In fact, human rights groups insists that this extreme right wing has killed some 180 people in Germany in the last 20 years.

The goals of these new German Nazi groups sound just like their namesakes of 70 years ago: 1) A population of nothing  but blond haired, blue-eyed Aryans of perfect German ancestry; 2) Deportation, or other ‘methods of elimination,’ of all Turkish, Jewish and foreign interlopers whose presence make native Germans “second-class citizens” in their own country; 3) All German females from teenage upwards must allow quick increase German the population; 4) Constant stoking towards armed civil war which weapons-ready Neo-Nazis will win, etc.

Cultural studies war history proves that a people cannot nurture hidden desires for identity, release and victory before it surfaces into reality.  As Proverbs 23: 7 says, As a man “thinketh in his heart, so is he!”

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Too High! Too Soon! All In! Broke Day On the Way!

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 13:09 PM
June 12, 2012

    Last week’s euphoria––after the European Union Central Bank (ECB) agreed to send an emergency fund of $ 125 billion to Spain, and possibly two other struggling countries––quickly comes to an end. Just like EU’s financial shell game!

Initial press releases said that EU’s Central Bank had also funded Greece and Ireland.  Both nations were in economic woe before Spain.  But confusion filled the blogger-sphere: no one is sure if those nations got any reprieve at all.

What did dominate the news is that the EU gave the loan without demanding that Spain double-down on the harsher austerity measures it has demanded of other nations.  Now they, particularly Greece, want those same less onerous conditions.

Speaking of Greece, that nation must still vote this weekend on whether or not to dump the euro monetary system, and even the EU altogether.  So again, did the EU include Greece in the bailout or not?  Also, if Greece leaves the EU it will mean more economic losses for those nations that funded Greece’s first bailouts.

And then there is the question of how much money each of the funding nations had to put up to fund Spain––the fourth largest economy in Europe.  But oops, Italy, EU’s third largest economy, put up 22% of the loan expecting a 3% interest return.  The problem (of course) is Italy’s economy is in trouble as well and it has to pay 6% interest on its debts.  Bad backwards math adds up to broke soon!

As Landon Thomas, Jr., explains in this week’s New York Times, “most European banks are . . . heavily dependent on borrowed money to operate . . . the loans that European banks made . . .  far exceeded the deposits they were able to collect—money that typically serves as a bank’s main source of ready funds.

“To plug this funding gap, . . . estimate[d] to be about 1.3 trillion euros, European banks borrowed heavily from foreign banks and money market funds. That is why European banks have an average loan-to-deposit ratio exceeding 110 percent . . . [thus] on any given day, they owe more money than they have on hand.  

“In the United States, the comparable figure is about 78 percent, which means the biggest American banks have a surplus of deposits and extra cash” on hand.  Good for the U.S.  But our country is still tied too closely to the EU.

The truth is that the EU is broke.  Its banking system is broke.  And its political union is shattered.  Germany is one of the few EU nations on sound economic footing.  And its leader, Angela Merkel, insists that the failed austerity program for other EU nations must continue.

Just as books on antiChrist predict, that insistence will soon lead from the cold economic war that Germany is now winning to a hot World War III.  And as The LORD Jesus prophesied, these “wars and rumours of wars” are just one sign that the final end-time war is waiting in the wings to come soon (Mark 13: 7).

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Believe It Or Not! UFOs Are Real!

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 15:00 PM
June 8, 2012

    We receive many reports about sightings of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs), but we seldom blog about them.  Rather, we try to show our readers easily understandable things on earth––things that indeed may be both material and spiritual before we go into space to deal with seen and unseen forces.

Of course, we reported extensively on aliens captured at Rosewell etc., as well as the punishments meted out to those workers who tell the truth.  And, we often point to the evil spiritual forces in Hitler’s regime.

But, recently, not only have UFO reports increased, they come from very believable witnesses.  Recently the Churchill Archive at Cambridge University released the truthful account of Flight Sergeant Roland Hughes, a Royal Air Force fighter pilot, who saw a “gleaming a 100-foot long silver-metallic disc” UFO over West Germany in 1952.  The UFO was also picked up on ground radar.  Several high ranking officials both in and out of the military believed Hughes’ story.

Also two weeks ago a pilot in Denver, Colorado, claims that a UFO rammed near his plane almost causing a mid-air collision.  The pilot thinks the object may have been some kind of huge remote controlled aircraft, but the Federal Aviation Administration found no record of that type of craft in the air then.

‘Star Trek’ mentions invisible space craft that are hidden with  ‘cloaking’ devices.  The Bible speaks of the same phenomenon.  Elisha, saw his mentor, Elijah, taken away by a ‘cloaked chariot’ that swoop him away (2 Kings, chap. 2).

And in 2 Kings, chapter 6, an entire enemy army surrounded Elisha’s house and city, intending to kidnap him.  Elisha’s servant was terrified, but the prophet told him:  “Fear not: for they that be with us are more than they that be with them.”

Then Elisha interceded for his servant:  “LORD, I pray thee, open his eyes, that he may see.”  Then “The LORD opened the eyes of the young man; and he saw:  and behold, the mountain was full of horses and chariots of fire round about Elisha.”  God’s forces were always there.  The young man just couldn’t see them.

While the human enemy had the city and house surrounded, God’s army had the entire house, city and countryside surrounded.  At Elijah’s request, God blinded the enemy troops, and after feeding them, the prophet sent them back to their king.

These and other Biblical accounts are intended to show that individuals, families and nations are constantly surrounded by seen and unseen forces––some of which are God’s servants, and some of which serve the evil tyrant Satan.

So does this blogger doubt that UFOs exist?  Not at all.  Bible historical books speak of them readily, and we believe God’s Word, not just the testimonies of pilots and others.  Remember God’s Word says that He rules over not just heaven and earth, but heavens of heavens and beyond:  “Praise him, ye heavens of heavens, and ye waters that be above the heavens (Psalms 148: 4).”

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Further Evidence: EU Already the ‘United States of Europe,’ Part 2

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 10:12 AM
June 7, 2012

    This blog has pointed out several times that––just as IBM collected personal information on Jewish families for Hitler during World War II––through its European Commission, the European Union (EU) is collecting personal historical data on every citizen in EU nations, and that it will keep this data for untold years.

This is one of many examples that the EU considers itself to be a nation over nations, and that it concedes no obligation to honor its member nations.  Hearing few complaints, the EU has established its own: police force (Europol), courts of law, Parliament, treaties, trade policies, etc.  The problem is that the only nation fully pleased with this system, and apparently in charge of it, is Germany.

In his Report on “Statewatch Analysis:  Making Fundamental Rights Flexible,” Chris Jones explains that “the European Commission appears to have forgotten that any agreement that it signs must respect existing obligations on fundamental rights,” that collection of personal data violates those rights.

He says further: “In this case, the privacy rights in the European Convention on Human Rights and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union must be respected. It appears almost certain that the Agreement fails to meet minimum standards for fundamental rights.”

Chris argues that the Commission, as the EU’s legislative arm, is much more respectful of the rights of citizens in the United States as the lone super-power, than it is of Australia and other nations.  He also points out that, while agreements would be binding on all EU members, they would not be binding on the United States, because they are not approved by the U.S. Senate.

He argues that the Commission’s actions are especially dangerous because “mass surveillance and monitoring of individuals’ movements and activities does not lead to security for free societies. Rather, it undermines their very basis.”

Organizations such as Statewatch, Amnesty International, the European Council on Refugees and Exiles, Reporters Without Borders and others openly question the EU’s right to:  secretly detain foreigners; maintain secret papers; amend external sea borders; disregard requests for amnesty; command the role of Europol; enforce austerity and racism; demand that EU nations obey its rules, etc.

These groups continually point out that the EU is not a nation, and does not have the power to rule over its member nations.  But the EU is not listening.  And too often elected officials of member nations do not listen either.  Even now, as they watch Germany push their nations over economic cliffs, leaders of other EU nations have not pulled together to resist Germany’s dominance.

As we have said so often in other blogs, someone is pulling nations’ strings. This is all like science fiction nightmares in Alan Nourse books.  While leaders of these nations ‘sleep,’ the string pullers are taking us all into World War III.

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EU Planning A United States of Europe Headed by Germany?

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 11:57 AM
June 6, 2012

    In an excellent article on Germany’s move to control all of Europe, our sister blogger at, Ida B. Wells, IV, points out that indebtedness has snared most member nations of the European Union (EU) into more or less a permanent ‘one nation’ unity ruled by Hitler’s Germany.

She makes a good point, but it could well be that––even without the debt––those nations are already ruled by intricate official ‘policies’ set by the European Union itself, which has separate powers, courts and enforcements.  Thus, in trying to achieve economic equality, EU nations may have lost their sovereignty.

U.K.’s Daily and Sunday Express writes that a “The new bureaucrat, who would not be directly elected by voters, is set to get sweeping control over the entire EU and force member countries into ever-greater political and economic union.”  And the paper is concerned that British politicians are ignoring the danger.

The UK Independent Party Euro-MP, Paul Nuttall, affirms:  “This is a plot by people who want to abolish nation states and create a United States of Europe.”  He and other skeptics are angry because the United Kingdom “has been excluded from the confidential discussions within the shady ‘Berlin Group’ of Europhile politicians, spearheaded by German foreign minister Guido Westerwelle.”

In their blog, “The rise of the new Holy Roman Empire? EU technocrats plot to create powerful EU president,” Extinction Protocol (EP) says the goal is to attack England’s power:  “Senior Eurocrats are secretly plotting to create a super-powerful EU president to realize their dream of abolishing Britain, we can reveal.”

Of course, the Express newspapers have demanded for months that it is time for the U.K. to leave the European Union altogether––and the British people agree!  But is the British government listening?

Ida Wells insists that Europe is actually in a war, albeit an economic war, and EU nations––(and might I add, largely distracted by fighting waves of Muslim immigrants)––seem to be asleep to the larger battle in their midst.

For example, with its many water-only streams for streets, Naples has always had a problem with where to put the garbage.  Now, AFP News reports that the European Commission has given Italy two months “to comply with EU landfill laws” or be taken to court and fined for threatening health and the environment.

One must ask does this sound like Italy is really the free and sovereign nation it assumes it is?  Or does it seem that another power rules over it?

In his Bible inspired writing, “The Rapture and the Second Coming of Christ,” Finis Dake discusses the first of ‘Four Great Wars Between Now and the Millennium.‘  The first war is “to form ten kingdoms out of about 25 governments now inside the old Roman Empire territory (Daniel 7:7-8 and Revelation 17: 8-17).”  Does this not sound like the ‘New Holy Roman Empire’ EP mentions?

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Jobbik: The Movement for a Better Hungary––Another Nazi Party?

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 12:24 PM
June 4, 2012

A quandary in most European countries today is when do right wing politicians turn into ‘fringe’ extreme right wing groups?  When do these extreme organizations become Neo-Nazis?   And why do those groups deny Neo-Nazi identity?  Is it because Europeans remember Hitler’s era and fear its repetition?

Jobbik, believed to be Hungary’s Neo-Nazi party, defines the itself as “a principled, conservative and radically patriotic Christian party,” which has a fundamental purpose to protect “Hungarian values and interests.”

Co-naming itself “The Movement for a Better Hungary,” Jobbik rejects Neo-Nazi identity.  Yet, according to Wikipedia, various political opponents label Jabbok:  “fascist, neo-fascist, anti-Semitic, anti-Roma and homophobic.”

And, as in Hitler’s process––and that of other European Neo-Nazis––Jobbik recruits among poor, unemployed, youthful populations, radical nationalists, and those who are deeply offended by Hungary’s participation in the European Union.

Complementing gains in recent elections, Jobbik has its own uniformed ‘army,’ the Hungarian Guard. The Guard’s stated goal is to protect ‘true’ Hungarians from some 500,000 Roma (i.e. Gypsy) “criminals.”

Jobbik leaders insist the Guard’s uniforms are nothing more than folk costumes.  But critics claim the uniforms look just like those of the Arrow Cross, fascist militiamen who cooperated with German Nazis in killing thousands of Jews, as well as Gypsies and other minorities, during World War II.

Colin Freeman of reports that a recent wave of violence hit Hungary’s Roma community: homes were fire bombed and seven people died.  Moreover, a Jobbik magazine article, “Who Decides On Hungary’s Future,” shows the option of decision makers as either “a dreadlocked Jew, a naked homosexual couple, or a dark-skinned [Roma] thug.”

At one time Hungarians were proud to be seen as the most Westernized, as well as the most economically dynamic, of other nations escaping the former Soviet bloc in Eastern Europe.  But No more.  Jabbik politician, Dr. Krisztina Morvai, tells Freeman:  “We are getting further from West-European countries, being reduced to an almost colonial level. Hungarian businesses. . .go bankrupt. . .”

While their denials may be self-gratifying, it is especially noteworthy that on October 25, 2009, at a meeting in Budapest, the capitol of Hungary, Jobbik––together with Neo-Nazi leaders from Sweden, Italy, Belgium and France––formed the Alliance of European National Movements.

When looking for the guilty parties, Nero Wolfe – Three for the Chair — would say, “If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, its a duck!”  No matter what the above five ‘ducks’ wish to call themselves, they are still Neo-Nazis.  And they are taking Europe over a very dangerous cliff.

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Other ‘Golden Dawns’ in Europe: Neo-Nazis Mount Comebacks!

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 17:17 PM
June 1, 2012

    Across Europe, up and coming Neo-Nazi parties share a few salient ideologies:  1) Deep resentment of non-European immigrants; 2) Weak economic growth pushing more of the Middle Class into poverty; 3) High unemployment, especially among more pessimistic youth, ages 18 to 24;

4) Strong swings toward nationalism, with desires to protect national ethnic identity; 5) Recent acceptance of open discussion about these issues in public media; and 6) Anger against the European Union (EU) which is seen as a major foe against national identification, as well as a major reason for poor economic times.

France’s extreme far right Neo-Nazi party, called the National Front (or Front National) (FN), was founded by Jean-Marie Le Pen in 1972 (along with others who longed for the excitement of Vichy France’s struggling resistance during World War II).  FN is now headed by his daughter, Marine Le Pen.

In his article for the BBC, “What Next for Marine Le Pen’s National Front?” Hugh Schofield warns:  “Across Europe, political parties are emerging that are variously described as “populist”, “far-right,” “anti-immigration” or “new right.”  Political scientist Dominique Reynie adds:  “In all our societies there is this populist push.  And the whole of the body politic is shifting to the right.”

Sociologist Sylvain Crepon agrees:  “It is the small shopkeepers who are going under because of the economic crisis and competition from the out-of-town hypermarkets; it is low-paid workers from the private sector; the unemployed.  The FN scores well among people living in poverty, who have a real fear about how to make ends meet. . . . victims of globalization.”

Some of these ‘victims’ have migrated from more expensive city living to small towns, where Mr. Crepon says, “Many of these people will have had recent experience of living in the banlieues (high immigration suburbs)––and have had contact with the problems of insecurity.”

Schofield explains:  “In this semi-urbanized countryside, people feel the hopelessness of a life in poverty uncompensated-for by the traditions and structures that would have made it bearable in the past.

“Shops are now in vast out-of-town zones; no-one goes to church; work is a 50-kilometer drive away.  For these people, an FN vote offers both a protest (against the wealthy; against the EU; against the establishment), but also a claim: for an identity and the right to a traditional “French” way of life.”

For times like these Thomas Wolfe wrote, “You Can’t Go Home Again.” In these waning years of Earth, those comforts of ‘home’ are gone forever.  Purity and danger cannot co-exist.  As Apostle Paul writes, man must find comfort in “The Father of Mercies, and the God of all comfort (2 Corinthians 1: 3).”

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