RT – June 7, 2018: In this special double header episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss an era in which Germany once again is at the center of a major shift in global power in which a period of deglobalization accompanies one empire collapsing and another rising. They also discuss America’s ‘soft’ development versus China’s ‘hard’ development and whether or not this might deliver more peace than the world has seen in the past decades.
(BattleForWorld: Well, for sure, Baroness De Rothschild is not happy with the current trend of de-globalization. And she’s certain that this trend is just a fad and that globalization will become strong again. Alex Jones still does not understand the finer details of what is going on – that the United States was being used as the world’s policeman to destroy any resistance that was against globalization. And that the United States corporation has accumulated huge debts from this world domination movement…and has to now downwind into receivership. The people in government finance knows this, and this reality has to be told to the population slowly to avoid discord and so all sorts of deception and blaming will be thrown into the reason why the United States is experiencing problems.)
Stacy: We see an era of de-globalization happening, and once again Germany is at the center of it. Germany was at the center and bore the brunt of the collapse of globalization in the 1910s – the nineteen-teens, which led to World War 1, while the British Empire was falling apart and then now we are at a similar sorta juncture where the U.S. Empire is kinda falling apart and Germany is basically bearing the brunt of the U.S. Empire falling apart. The headline reads – Angela Merkel says Germany can no longer rely on Donald Trump’s America: ‘We Europeans must take our destiny into our own hands’ (and that [the] traditional western alliance [is threatened] by the new president and UK’s Brexit). She was speaking at a campaign and we all heard about this; [it has] been getting a lot of attention in Europe; [but] not so much here of course in the United States [where] everything is about Russiagate, but this is much more important than anything that can possibly have happened with, even if anything remotely, one little smidget of the Russiagate was true. This is much more important.
Max: …Of course it is very reminiscent of times gone by when we have had world wars. Germany beating the drum toward independence [and] this gets people freaked out, and they rightfully should be freaked out, because Germany is a huge industrial powerhouse; an huge exporting behemoth. They’ve got the Euro [currency] of which they dominate vis a vis the Bundesbank and if they want to challenge the world [BFW: their lesser European allies, etc.], they are in a great position to do so. We have been looking on this development for a number of years now, because of the new Cold War that has pitted Russia against the U.S. and the U.K., and we are not sure which way Germany falls, even if they get 30% of their energy from Russia. But I think that sense will prevail, and this idea of becoming independent from the U.S. and the U.K., that is step one. [And] step two is to throw in their lot with Russia. (BattleForWorld: Birds then made chirping sounds in the background after Max spoke.) …