With awareness we are not fearing the institutions making policies in the U.N., U.S., U.K., E.U., China, Russia, Israel, Germany, or any other corporate chartered entity.
We see the trends from policy makers escalating the current world war in a effort to enforce their reform of international monetary system and protect themselves in leadership of that abusive and fraudulent fractional reserve banking system.
What is an appropriate analogy for this institutional crisis transition?
Is this transition a power grab for the succession to the throne?
The Federal Reserve System, with their U.S. Dollar-debt-note, is the public face of the globalists’ control; what will their control morph into for the public relations face makeover?
Will it be the BRICS or some other international consortium?
Taxation, military (with industrial corporate components) activity, capital flows, and government spending are some of the changes to be aware of.
Follow The Money. ~Ron
Germany Must Revise Estate Tax Exemptions for Businesses
“President Jean-Claude Juncker of the EU has instructed all member countries to provide information on their tax decisions (breaks) provided corporations to the authorities in Brussels from 2010 to 2013. Brussels is now on the offensive to raise money and they are now targeting international business. […]
The hunt for taxes is expanding everywhere.” –Martin Armstrong
German Tax Law Changes Threaten Family Owned Businesses
BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s Constitutional Court will rule this week whether it is legal to grant family-run firms inheritance tax breaks, in a decision that could deal a heavy blow to “Mittelstand” firms that form the backbone of the economy. –Reuters
Germany Must Revise Tax Rules for Family Companies
The German government must revise rules that allow families to transfer companies from one generation to the next without paying estate tax after the country’s top court ruled the current exemption is unconstitutional.
The inheritance law gives an unfair advantage to family-owned businesses over individuals passing on non-company assets, the Karlsruhe-based Federal Constitutional Court said in a ruling today. The court gave the government until the end of June 2016 to amend the tax rules. –Bloomberg
Posted 16 Dec 2014
European Parliament, Strasbourg, 16 December 2014
GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER STEINMEIR: Germany MUST TAKE UP THE MANTLE OF BEING A WORLD POWER
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeir recently gave a speech to a group of assembled German businessmen:
“German Foreign Minister Steinmeier’s Great Power Speech to Big Business”
“Steinmeier made a direct appeal to German big business to support Germany’s rise to be a world power. He explicitly called on big business to support him and the government in pushing through a militarist foreign policy turn against the will of the people.” –globalresearch.ca
[We are not on board with the Nazi-phobic commentary, however we are sharing evidence that many governments, not limited to the U.S./Russia/German governments, are militarizing themselves to transition their position in the reformed international monetary system.
We see the war funds and hear the war drums. ~Ron]
Nigel Farage Explains How The EU Works
Posted 16 Nov 2014
See how ludicrous the European System is!
JOINT INDIAN-RUSSIAN STATEMENT AFTER MR.PUTIN’S RECENT STATE VISIT TO INDIA
Ms. K.M., one of our regular readers and contributors of articles, shared this significant bit of information with us: the joint declaration of India and Russia in the wake of Mr. Putin’s recent state visit to India, and this contains, as she put it in her email, enough to have the blood of the Anglosphere elites boiling:
Joint Statement at the 15th Annual India-Russia Summit
Virtually this whole document is worth pondering closely, but I want to draw your attention to three paragraphs in particular, paragraphs 9, 10, and 11:
These paragraphs appear to me to support the hypothesis that I have been arguing in recent years vis-a-vis the emergence of the BRICSA bloc, regarding its emergence both as a response to American hegemonism and unipolarism, and as a positive attempt in its own right to arrange cooperative mechanisms for defence and economic matters. Readers here will recall my principal concerns in this respect have been that the BRICSA bloc would (1) have to develop parallel structures of economic and financial institutions to challenge western institutions such as the IMF, World Bank, and so on, by the establishment of their own development banks. This they have recently done. (2) have to develop their own parallel structures of international financial clearing, yet integrated enough to function with SWIFT, CHIPS and the western systems of clearing. We have seen Russia in the past few months taking steps to introduce their own independent domestic clearing. However, such a vast project would inevitably require (3) the establishment of much greater space-based communications assets among the BRICSA bloc.
With that in mind, it is significant – and in my opinion, corroboration of my above thesis – that India and Russia are emphasizing bilateral space cooperation in a context that also emphasizes bi-lateral defence technology exchanges, new materials, and communications/information technology, and all of this in a wider context called the development of “a knowledge-economy.” This is a profound insight into the long term strategic thinking going on in the BRICSA bloc and I suspect we’ll hear much more about it in the next 2-3 years. As if to emphasize this reading of matters, paragraph 10 notes the :”limitless opportunities for bilateral cooperation in outer space to advance societal applications”, a reference that, in my opinion, seems to speak directly to the establishment of international financial clearing mechanics independent of the Anglosphere.
What intrigued me the most, however, was paragraph 11, with its clear admission that Russia and India not only intend on a full spectrum of military cooperation, including joint exercises and a total consultation between both countries’ three service branches, but that this cooperation will extend to the “joint design and development of defence systems,” a process the document indicates has been underway for some time. In this, India, situated as it is culturally between the East and the West, is in a perfect position to benefit by technology transfers.
And so, for that matter, is Russia…