Merkel Exposed- How her single market scam Drains our economy

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Cast your mind back to a time when Britain stood tall, had world leading industry, and was the center of world commerce.

A time when Britons could take pride in the shared wealth our enterprising economy had created.

Britain had such wonders, we encouraged our innovators to create remarkable things, to build world leading products. The skill of our people led to us dominating the world markets, and lead to a huge influx of wealth flowing in to the pockets of hard working Britons.

Then Germany came along.

Germany’s European Union has savaged and raped our now crippled economy.

In fact, the entire structure of the European Union exists for the benefit of the Germans. They have sucked the wealth out of Europe’s pockets, particularly Britain.

Germany for instance, loves that only the EU can negotiate trade deals, it means one country can’t do a trade deal with a non-EU country without EU agreement. And of course, Germany’s EU will never agree to any deal with a country that can provide better products than them as it would harm their precious industry.

Because of this Europe relies on Germany for its industrial base. The EU tariffs and protectionist measures make it too expensive to buy from anywhere else. Britain suffers from this. With our growing service sector, it would make sense for us to get our imports from elsewhere, yet we must rely on Germany for many of the products we enjoy, pushing up prices for working class families while German money-men live in luxury at our expense.

Once we leave the EU, we can trade with the rest of the world and should do so. Iceland, which isn’t an EU member has a trade deal with China. We don’t because Germany won’t allow the EU to have one, and when we do get one outside the EU, German industry will suffer while ours grows.

But also, let’s look at British industrial power- Germany sucks industry out of our islands through the euro devaluing and being weak. Their weak currency has long meant Britain imports from them because more can be bought with their currency. Perhaps a benefit of the pound devaluing after Brexit is that our imports have boosted, massively to record highs in recent years.

But why is it that the weak euro mean we only buy from Germany and not the other eurozone countries? This is because Germany has expanded its Euro Reich to the poorer countries of Europe for whom the euro is massively overvalued and leads to it being too expensive to buy from them.

A rich country would traditionally have a strong currency due to financial security, wealth and investment prospects that incur the high demand for its relative to other currencies, whereas a poorer country having lack of this would have a weaker currency.

When rich and poor countries share a currency, which is almost between the two values they should be, the rich country has an artificially weak currency and the poor country has an artificially strong currency, which means the price of Greek products relative to other currencies increases and the price of German goods decrease leading to a major shift of Europe’s industry in to Germany.

Now, what Greece and Spain and other failing European economies choose to do with their economic and foreign policies can’t be the business of Britain. The mess of these countries has been created by their own voluntary submission to Germany’s European Union. What made us great in the past, was isolating ourselves away from Europe’s affairs, we didn’t like to get involved in the complicated politics of Europe- We focused on building up our own country, we built great cities, roads, railways, monuments, and Churches, not just in our own Islands but across the world! We were the beacon, the gold standard of civilization.

Yet today, repeatedly, we send our money away from Britain, in all sorts of ways such as foreign aid or just through squandering it. But particularly in past years, through bailouts for Europe’s failing economies.

Why do we do this? Why are we sending our money away to countries that have been bankrupted by Germany through their own will? Could we not spend that money in Britain, or use it perhaps to reduce the debt that we’ve incurred?

And why is it that the money given to help these nations goes not to its suffering people, but to German banks?

Oh, you really thought that the money went to the poor in Greece? How very naïve. Your hard-earned money paid to our useless government in extortionate tax, hasn’t gone to us, nor has it gone to the poor the EU claims it is going to, it’s gone to German banks; To fuel German industry; To fuel German domination of Europe!

How could  we let this happen?

Wasn’t it our policy to stop a power emerging in Europe for all these centuries? Well Germany, not for the first time has arisen as the dominant power in Europe. Yes, there are European fanatics who want a United States of Europe and want a United Europe to be the world power, and if you divulge in to more conspiracy type theories you could say there are plans for cultural Marxism to occur through the European mechanism, but for all these people who want to use the European Union for their own disastrous aims, Germany is using it for theirs- which is to accumulate German wealth and influence and they are playing Europe like fools.

Want to get wealth and influence back in to the City of London, the City of Westminster and, most importantly, to the pockets of working British men and women who desperately deserve a rise in jobs and wages? Then you must push for a so called “hard Brexit.”

Write to your MP, join pressure groups and make sure that the Lord Haw-Haws of today who want us to remain in the single market are defeated. If we stay in the single market, we’ll be ever more reliant on Germany, that’s why the EU are negotiating with us at all- they are trying to delay us leaving. If what I said was false, they would let us leave with no deal and would want us to suffer to set the precedent. But of course, I am right and Germany knows that once we leave we will set an example for the rest of the EU to follow.

Britain has been for centuries a trading nation and has succeeded for it. So, let’s move out of the EU, out of Germany’s new Empire, out of its sphere of influence. Let’s be an independent sovereign country with opportunity pouring in and standards of living going right up to the levels we deserve and demand.

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6 Responses

  1. Henry says:

    I am fiercely a Brexiteer and agree that Germany is building a Fourth Reich with commerce and not jackboots, but stylistically your article seems to have been written by a 14 year old. I apologise if I cause offence, and I mean that, but I would not be persuaded by your loud and simple rhetoric.

    I’m a lifelong Tory, but wish UKIP well, and thank UKIP for Nigel’s hard work in bringing uncomfortable issues to the surface of politics, much against the wishes of the mainstream parties, and his sword-swinging appearances in Brussels.

    Here’s to the future as part of Europe but outside of the EU!

    • JOHN CHILTON says:

      I HAVE BEEN SEARCHING FOR THE COLLECTIVE WORD FOR FORTH REICH,NOW IT APPEARS IT IS LIKELY TO BE EURO REICH AS GERMANY IS NOW UN MOVEABLE AS CONTROLLER OF THE E.U. CURRENCY AND MANUFACTUREING IT IS IN GERMAN INTEREST TO KEEP U.K. LOCKED IN TO THERE TOTAL CONTROL OF ALL EUROPEAN WEALTH.
      ONCE WE ARE BREXITED OUT OF THE E.U. GERMANYS FALSE ECONOMY OF SUCKING THE VERY LIFE OUT OF THE CONTINET WILL COLLAPSE AS THEIR GOODS AND SERVICES WILL BE TO EXSPENSIVE FOR THE E.U.s MEMBERS.

  2. I have never heard the situation described so well, a marvellous article!

  3. StuartJ says:

    While I mostly agree with much of what is stated in this article, there is one thing I would like to point out.

    In my line of work, we sell automotive products from Bosch, a leading well-respected ‘German quality’ brand.

    Traditionally Bosch products were sold on the ‘Made In Germany’ aspect. However now on every Bosch product box that I scrutinise, while a lot still is ‘Made In Germany’, I see more and more that are Made In Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Romania etc etc.

    We once had a message from an upset customer in Sri Lanka, who had bought a Bosch oil filter from us, expecting to receive a product ‘of German quality’, and accused us of selling ‘counterfeit’ products, as the filter had ‘Made in Bulgaria’ printed on it.

    So I’d argue that German industry is also suffering, and no doubt jobs are being lost, as even big German corporations relocate their manufacturing to EU countries where the cost of labour is cheaper.

    Anyone who states that we ‘need to stay in the single market to protect jobs’ is outright lying.

  1. 9:02 am, September 4, 2017

    […] The inevitable result will likely see another 4 years of Germany pushing for a United States of Europe via increased EU powers and German dominance within, as well as 4 more years of Germany working the single market in its own favour. […]

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