13/1 “Stable Authoritarian Regimes Following in Bismarck’s Footsteps”. Are the 8 EU-rulers and Putin Practising Bismarck´s “Revolution from Above”?

“Stable Authoritarian Regimes Following in Bismarck’s Footsteps”. Are the 8 EU-rulers and Putin Practising Bismarck´s “Revolution from Above”?

Posted by Anders under English, Euromed

Summary: We live in the post-democratic era, where the word “democracy” has hardly more sense than in the German Democratic Republic. Authoritarian forces are grapping power without asking or even informing their peoples – and the more regionalisation the more authoritarianism. Do they have a model?

A survey in the Council on Foreign Relations´ Foreign Affairs of a Bismarck biography by Jonathan Steinberg states that “stable authoritarian regimes are following in Bismarck’s footsteps” – and mentions both Russia (Putin) and China. What the power-greedy, nationalist Junker Bismarck has in common with such rulers today is imperialism and a “revolution from above”. This meant using industrial policy to push development in those sectors that enhanced state power (called fascism by Mussolini) and simultaneously suppressing or co-opting all political opposition. Establishing a veneer of democratic institutions, such as elections, can allow traditional or dictatorial rulers to incorporate rising groups into the political process without fully empowering them, thus stabilizing an existing regime and giving it some popular legitimacy. In the bicameral Parliament, Bismarck outmaneouvered his oppopnents through authoritarian suppression while building temporary political coalitions and by practicing a style of politics similar to that used in competitive authoritarian regimes today.

After two failed assassination attempts on the kaiser in 1878 (use terror for strong state), Bismarck was able to convince both conservatives and liberals to pass restrictions on the rapidly growing socialist movement, denying socialists the right to publish or assemble. Even as he pressured the working class’ formal political representatives, however, Bismarck tried to gain the support of workers themselves by sponsoring an array of pioneering social welfare legislation — health insurance (1883), accident insurance (1884), and retirement pensions (1889).Today his regime and the years until WWI is called “the good old days” in Germany

Like Bismarck, Wladimir Putin has a firm conviction that his personal destiny is intertwined with that of his country. Like in Bismarck´s Prussia, In Russia, the state is primary. The state stands above the individual. Putin’s novel contribution was to amalgamate czarist and Soviet ideas. Putin’s interpretations of the history and idea of the state have broad resonance in Russia.They include Eurasianism; a fervent reembrace of the Russian Orthodox Church and its theology; “sovereign democracy” (Putin’s autocracy with a democratic twist); and narodnost, the celebration of the spirit and essence of being Russian. Putin is obsessed with unity and avoiding the dangers of splintering and fracturing in politics – just like Bismarck. Putin sticks to market economy.
Putin was never a spy or a thug in the KGB. He was a persuading case officer. He performs unforgettable favors for people, even strangers, on the theory that one can’t predict how prominent they might become. He collects information about people and circumstances that will help him relate to them. Putin’s job in the KGB was more about persuasion than coercion. Don’t destroy your enemies. Harness them. Control them. Manipulate them, and use them for your own goals. So did Bismarck.

Putin now seeks to enlist every Russian in the service of the state. This, too reminds of Bismarck. Putin has progressively stepped over the line between learning from and applying the lessons of history to manufacturing and manipulating it. By defining history, Putin seeks to win groups and classes to his cause. It allows for a definition of the “Us” and the “them”. The goal of one Kremlin youth group, “Us”, is frequently to demonize and often physically go after “them”. Putin engages one-on-one with the Russian people in public settings, including televised hotline call-ins and press conferences – and gives the picture of a macho leader, a hero of the people.

The Telegraph 10 Nov. 2011: It has been dubbed EU´s Politburo: a “self-appointed body of 8 powerful individuals prepared to topple national governments if they fail to toe the line.” The so-called Groupe de Francfort consists of Angela Merkel, Nicolas Sarkozy, Christine Lagarde IMF-chief, Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank,José Manuel Barroso, Olli Rehn and Jean-Claude Juncker, Chairman of the European Finance Ministers since 2005: “I am for secret, dark debates.” And “We decide on something, then put in public and wait a while to see what happens. If then there is no hue and cry and no uprisings, because most people do not know what has been decided, then we move on – step by step, until there is no way back.” Enemies say:”Master of lies”.(Austria’s Der Standard). But the 8. puppet-ruler, Herman Van Rompuy, president of the EU Council, called: “An overpaid catastrophe” (Nigel Farage) explains why Bismarck is not the EU´s model: “In every member state, there are people who believe their country can survive alone in the globalised world. It is more than an illusion: it is a lie… The biggest enemy of Europe today is fear. Fear leads to egoism, egoism leads to nationalism, and nationalism leads to war.”

Putin goes well with Bismarck´s nationalist imperialism which brought big wars in Europe. The EU, however, is internationalistic, against the nation state for the NWO one world government. But apart from that, also the EU has learnt from Bismarck´disrespect for his people and his revolution from above, trying to appease their populations with social reforms (welfare state) – which are unsustainable by and by. While Bismarck and Putin made proud peoples (Putin no longer) – the EU has largely changed the peoples of Europe rooted in thousands of years of local traditions into rootles, more and more displeased populations who are exposed to systematic ethnic cleansing. While Bismarck´s policy created big European wars the EU´s NWO policy creates the end of the world in a clash with Bismarck´s pupil´s, Putins, nationalism. While Bismarck and Putin was/is autocratic, the 8 EU rulers are authoritarian puppets of the NWO money masters of the London City and Wall Street.

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“The big issues of our time are not decided by speeches and majority decisions – that was the big mistake of 1848 and 1849 – but by iron and blood” (Otto von Bismarck).

*

Real democracy took up a very short era in history and was easily corrupted by corporate money – called fascism by Mussolini. Dictatorship was, is and will be the way of ruling the world. Let us take a look a few authoritarian rulers of the world today. Could they be the heirs of Prussian “Iron Chancellor” Otto von Bismarck as claimed by the US Council on Foreign Relations?

Otto von Bismarck (1815–1898)
Foreign Affairs (CFR) 16 Oct. 2011: (Excerpt) brings a review of “Bismarck: A Life”. Jonathan Steinberg, a respected historian with a long career at Cambridge University and the University of Pennsylvania, indirectly sheds light on the prospects of competitive authoritarian regimes in the contemporary era.

The German political climate Bismarck fostered has an aversion to compromise and reactionary antimodernism. Germany´s embrace of capitalist modernity was a “revolution from above.” This meant using industrial policy to push development in those sectors that enhanced state power (fascism) and simultaneously suppressing or co-opting all political opposition. Establishing a veneer of democratic institutions, such as elections, can allow traditional or dictatorial rulers to incorporate rising groups into the political process without fully empowering them, thus stabilizing an existing regime and giving it some popular legitimacy.

The imperial German political system featured a monarch, the kaiser, who appointed the chancellor, the head of government. But it also featured a bicameral parliament, with the powerful lower house, the Reichstag, elected competitively through universal male suffrage. It was here that new social forces in Germany could give voice to their concerns. During his two decades as chancellor, Bismarck reported directly to the sovereign rather than the public at large, but he needed the consent of a majority in the Reichstag in order to pass budgets and other legislation. Bismarck outmatched all his competitors in domestic politics, as in foreign policy, by practicing a style of politics similar to that used in competitive authoritarian regimes today.

Right: EU Commission Pres. Barroso is one of the 8 demagogical rulers of the EU and no autocrat – but an authoritarian NWO puppet – Bilderberger – and former Mao-puppet

Bismarck’s strategy was to weaken his opponents through authoritarian suppression while building temporary political coalitions in order to enact his preferred legislation.
After two failed assassination attempts on the kaiser in 1878 (use terror for strong state), Bismarck was able to convince both conservatives and liberals to pass restrictions on the rapidly growing socialist movement, denying socialists the right to publish or assemble. Nevertheless, Bismarck tried to gain the support of workers themselves by sponsoring an array of pioneering social welfare legislation — health insurance (1883), accident insurance (1884), and retirement pensions (1889).
Bismarck rejected modernity and capitalism as a Jewish plot to gain power and upset the natural order of society. His contemporaries took note, making “revolution from above” an attractive option for other autocrats, not unlike the so-called China model today.

Angela Merkel is one of the 8 demagogical rulers of the EU and no autocrat – but an NWO puppet – Bilderberger

Many ambitious politicians in developing?? countries today, such as Vladimir Putin in Russia and Hugo Chávez in Venezuela, have adopted some aspects of democratic political systems, allowing parties, elections, constitutions, and the like, while harassing their opponents and finding ways to keep power in their own hands.
This might well end up being the outcome of the political turmoil in many of the countries that experienced the Arab Spring, such as Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya. And even some democracies have slid backward in their practices, with leaders such as Viktor Orbán in Hungary and Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Turkey using their power to throw unfair obstacles in the way of their political rivals. Some relatively stable authoritarian regimes, meanwhile, such as China, Malaysia, Singapore, and Vietnam, owe their success in part to their ability to enhance the welfare of their populations. Whether they realize it or not, all these regimes are following in Bismarck’s footsteps.

Right: Nicolas Sarkozy is one of the 8 demagogical rulers of the EU and no autocrat – but an NWO puppet

2. Wladimir Putin
The National Interest 4 Jan. 2012: For Russians, a strong state is not an anomaly to fight against. Quite the contrary.

Putin declared, responding to a question, “I do not need to prove anything to anyone.”

Putin has a firm conviction that his personal destiny is intertwined with that of his country; and his resolve to fashion the Russian destiny through slow, methodical decision making over a long period of time. utin has made repeated references to one of his Russian heroes, Pyotr Stolypin, the reformist prime minister under the last czar, Nicholas II, who also favored measured, evolutionary change; and to his American model, Franklin D. Roosevelt, who brushed aside the unwritten two-term presidential limit that had guided all U.S. executive leaders up to his time. He has invested extraordinary efforts into hiding his true identity —not surprising, perhaps, for a former KGB case officer. His KGB role, including his East German service in Dresden, remains a mystery. Little is known even of his activities as deputy mayor of St. Petersburg.
Christine Lagarde is one of the 8 demagogical rulers of the EU and no autocrat – but an NWO puppet – Bilderberger

In Russia, the state stands above the individual, who is subordinate to the state and its interests.This is what Putin wants. Putin’s novel contribution was to amalgamate czarist and Soviet ideas. Putin’s interpretations of the history and idea of the state have broad resonance in Russia.They include Eurasianism; a fervent reembrace of the Russian Orthodox Church and its theology; “sovereign democracy” (Putin’s strained autocracy with a democratic twist); and narodnost, the celebration of the spirit and essence of being Russian. Putin is obsessed with unity and avoiding the dangers of splintering and fracturing in politics. Putin sticks to his commitment to the principles of the market economy.

Putin was never a spy or a thug in the KGB. He performs unforgettable favors for people, even strangers, on the theory that one can’t predict how prominent they might become. He collects information about people and circumstances that will help him relate to them. Putin’s job in the KGB was more about persuasion than coercion. There is a German account of Putin’s Dresden posting that asserts Putin’s real mission in East Germany was to recruit German Communist Party functionaries and even Stasi secret-police officers to back the Soviet Union and Mikhail Gorbachev, turning them against German leader Erich Honecker, who was actively trying to undermine Gorbachev’s perestroika in the Eastern block. Putin has spoken in interviews of his ability to communicate and interact with people as one of the most important assets from his KGB training and experience. Putin understood the “double-cross system”: Don’t destroy your enemies. Harness them. Control them. Manipulate them, and use them for your own goals.

Mario Draghi is one of the 8 demagogical rulers of the EU and no autocrat – but an NWO puppet – Bilderberger

Putin now seeks to enlist every Russian in the service of the state. By defining history, Putin seeks to win groups and classes to his cause. He determines which groups’ history is part of the inclusive myth. It allows for a definition of the us and the them. The goal of one Kremlin youth group, “Us”, is frequently to demonize and often physically go after “them”. Putin takes the case officer’s approach, engaging one-on-one with the Russian people in public settings, including televised hotline call-ins and press conferences.
Left: Putin uses strange performances, in which he exposes himself as a macho deep sea diver, car racer, biker, aircraft-pilote, athlete, sportsman – all to appeal to various Russian public groups.

If U.S. and other policy makers wish to work with Putin after 2012, they would be well advised to pay attention to and play to his sense of history. Otherwise, Putin, as a good case officer, will certainly figure out ways of “running” them for his own and Russia’s purposes. The political system Putin has shaped over the last twelve years is highly personalized and heavily dependent on him remaining at the center. He does not seem to rely on others for direct counsel or interpretation of people or events.
Right: Herman van Rompuy is unelected President of the European Council. He is one of the 8 demagogical rulers of the EU and no autocrat – but an NWO puppet – Bilderberger

The EU
The Telegraph 10 Nov. 2011: It has been dubbed Europe’s Politburo: a “self-appointed body of powerful individuals prepared to topple national governments if they fail to toe the line.” The so-called Groupe de Francfort came together last month at a party for the retiring chief of the European Central Bank, Jean-Claude Trichet.
Olli Rehn is one of the 8 demagogical rulers of the EU and no autocrat – but an NWO puppet.

They met four times at the margins of the G20 summit. But who are the “Groupe de Francfort”? Angela Merkel, Foes say: “La Boche” (Nicolas Sarkozy). Nicolas Sarkozy, Christine Lagarde IMF-chief, “Farcical” (Oxfam, because of lack of transparency in her IMF selection.). Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank, José Manuel Barroso, Foes say: “An unelected bureaucrat who is overseeing a system that is falling apart,” (Douglas Carswell, Tory backbencher). “All the European Union members should have the euro as their currency. The idea that we have two unions in Europe means disunion… It was an illusion to think that we could have a common currency and single market with national approaches to economic and budgetary policy.” Olli Rehn and Jean-Claude Juncker, Chairman of the European Finance Ministers since 2005: “I am for secret, dark debates.” And “We decide on something, then put in public and wait a while to see what happens. If then there is no hue and cry and no uprisings, because most people do not know what has been decided, then we move on – step by step, until there is no way back.” Enemies say:”. Master of lies “(Austria’s Der Standard). Herman Van Rompuy, Foes say: “An overpaid catastrophe” (Nigel Farage, Ukip leader). “We have together to fight the danger of a new Euroscepticism… In every member state, there are people who believe their country can survive alone in the globalised world. It is more than an illusion: it is a lie… The biggest enemy of Europe today is fear. Fear leads to egoism, egoism leads to nationalism, and nationalism leads to war.”

Add to this what you experience every day about the “democracy” in the “EUSSR” aka “The 4th Reich“, which was established with Nazi money to build “Neuordnung Europa”, ie a German financial empire under supranational umbrella. The no´s in the referenda on their Constitution/Lisbon Treaty were disregarded, unpopular bailouts of irresponsible southern European countries, etc., sovereignty stolen by “the European Semester“ and the ”European Stability and Competition Pact,” ethnic cleansing and economic straining of native Europeans through unlimited immigration of Asian and African Muslims and here etc.
Jean-Claude Juncker is the chief of the Euro group one of the 8 demagogical rulers of the EU and no autocrat – but an NWO puppet.

The video below shows how another “benevolent” NWO one world government dictatorship, the “USA, treats its opposition. You can drop the “U”! The EU is not yet this far but has its Eurorogendfor gendarmerie on hold.

Fri 13 Jan 2012
“Stable Authoritarian Regimes Following in Bismarck’s Footsteps”. Are the 8 EU-rulers and Putin Practising Bismarck´s “Revolution from Above”?

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Posted by Anders under English, Euromed

Summary: We live in the post-democratic era, where the word “democracy” has hardly more sense than in the German Democratic Republic. Authoritarian forces are grapping power without asking or even informing their peoples – and the more regionalisation the more authoritarianism. Do they have a model?

A survey in the Council on Foreign Relations´ Foreign Affairs of a Bismarck biography by Jonathan Steinberg states that “stable authoritarian regimes are following in Bismarck’s footsteps” – and mentions both Russia (Putin) and China. What the power-greedy, nationalist Junker Bismarck has in common with such rulers today is imperialism and a “revolution from above”. This meant using industrial policy to push development in those sectors that enhanced state power (called fascism by Mussolini) and simultaneously suppressing or co-opting all political opposition. Establishing a veneer of democratic institutions, such as elections, can allow traditional or dictatorial rulers to incorporate rising groups into the political process without fully empowering them, thus stabilizing an existing regime and giving it some popular legitimacy. In the bicameral Parliament, Bismarck outmaneouvered his oppopnents through authoritarian suppression while building temporary political coalitions and by practicing a style of politics similar to that used in competitive authoritarian regimes today.

After two failed assassination attempts on the kaiser in 1878 (use terror for strong state), Bismarck was able to convince both conservatives and liberals to pass restrictions on the rapidly growing socialist movement, denying socialists the right to publish or assemble. Even as he pressured the working class’ formal political representatives, however, Bismarck tried to gain the support of workers themselves by sponsoring an array of pioneering social welfare legislation — health insurance (1883), accident insurance (1884), and retirement pensions (1889).Today his regime and the years until WWI is called “the good old days” in Germany

Like Bismarck, Wladimir Putin has a firm conviction that his personal destiny is intertwined with that of his country. Like in Bismarck´s Prussia, In Russia, the state is primary. The state stands above the individual. Putin’s novel contribution was to amalgamate czarist and Soviet ideas. Putin’s interpretations of the history and idea of the state have broad resonance in Russia.They include Eurasianism; a fervent reembrace of the Russian Orthodox Church and its theology; “sovereign democracy” (Putin’s autocracy with a democratic twist); and narodnost, the celebration of the spirit and essence of being Russian. Putin is obsessed with unity and avoiding the dangers of splintering and fracturing in politics – just like Bismarck. Putin sticks to market economy.
Putin was never a spy or a thug in the KGB. He was a persuading case officer. He performs unforgettable favors for people, even strangers, on the theory that one can’t predict how prominent they might become. He collects information about people and circumstances that will help him relate to them. Putin’s job in the KGB was more about persuasion than coercion. Don’t destroy your enemies. Harness them. Control them. Manipulate them, and use them for your own goals. So did Bismarck.

Putin now seeks to enlist every Russian in the service of the state. This, too reminds of Bismarck. Putin has progressively stepped over the line between learning from and applying the lessons of history to manufacturing and manipulating it. By defining history, Putin seeks to win groups and classes to his cause. It allows for a definition of the “Us” and the “them”. The goal of one Kremlin youth group, “Us”, is frequently to demonize and often physically go after “them”. Putin engages one-on-one with the Russian people in public settings, including televised hotline call-ins and press conferences – and gives the picture of a macho leader, a hero of the people.

The Telegraph 10 Nov. 2011: It has been dubbed EU´s Politburo: a “self-appointed body of 8 powerful individuals prepared to topple national governments if they fail to toe the line.” The so-called Groupe de Francfort consists of Angela Merkel, Nicolas Sarkozy, Christine Lagarde IMF-chief, Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank,José Manuel Barroso, Olli Rehn and Jean-Claude Juncker, Chairman of the European Finance Ministers since 2005: “I am for secret, dark debates.” And “We decide on something, then put in public and wait a while to see what happens. If then there is no hue and cry and no uprisings, because most people do not know what has been decided, then we move on – step by step, until there is no way back.” Enemies say:”Master of lies”.(Austria’s Der Standard). But the 8. puppet-ruler, Herman Van Rompuy, president of the EU Council, called: “An overpaid catastrophe” (Nigel Farage) explains why Bismarck is not the EU´s model: “In every member state, there are people who believe their country can survive alone in the globalised world. It is more than an illusion: it is a lie… The biggest enemy of Europe today is fear. Fear leads to egoism, egoism leads to nationalism, and nationalism leads to war.”

Putin goes well with Bismarck´s nationalist imperialism which brought big wars in Europe. The EU, however, is internationalistic, against the nation state for the NWO one world government. But apart from that, also the EU has learnt from Bismarck´disrespect for his people and his revolution from above, trying to appease their populations with social reforms (welfare state) – which are unsustainable by and by. While Bismarck and Putin made proud peoples (Putin no longer) – the EU has largely changed the peoples of Europe rooted in thousands of years of local traditions into rootles, more and more displeased populations who are exposed to systematic ethnic cleansing. While Bismarck´s policy created big European wars the EU´s NWO policy creates the end of the world in a clash with Bismarck´s pupil´s, Putins, nationalism. While Bismarck and Putin was/is autocratic, the 8 EU rulers are authoritarian puppets of the NWO money masters of the London City and Wall Street.

*

“The big issues of our time are not decided by speeches and majority decisions – that was the big mistake of 1848 and 1849 – but by iron and blood” (Otto von Bismarck).

*

Real democracy took up a very short era in history and was easily corrupted by corporate money – called fascism by Mussolini. Dictatorship was, is and will be the way of ruling the world. Let us take a look a few authoritarian rulers of the world today. Could they be the heirs of Prussian “Iron Chancellor” Otto von Bismarck as claimed by the US Council on Foreign Relations?

Otto von Bismarck (1815–1898)
Foreign Affairs (CFR) 16 Oct. 2011: (Excerpt) brings a review of “Bismarck: A Life”. Jonathan Steinberg, a respected historian with a long career at Cambridge University and the University of Pennsylvania, indirectly sheds light on the prospects of competitive authoritarian regimes in the contemporary era.

The German political climate Bismarck fostered has an aversion to compromise and reactionary antimodernism. Germany´s embrace of capitalist modernity was a “revolution from above.” This meant using industrial policy to push development in those sectors that enhanced state power (fascism) and simultaneously suppressing or co-opting all political opposition. Establishing a veneer of democratic institutions, such as elections, can allow traditional or dictatorial rulers to incorporate rising groups into the political process without fully empowering them, thus stabilizing an existing regime and giving it some popular legitimacy.

The imperial German political system featured a monarch, the kaiser, who appointed the chancellor, the head of government. But it also featured a bicameral parliament, with the powerful lower house, the Reichstag, elected competitively through universal male suffrage. It was here that new social forces in Germany could give voice to their concerns. During his two decades as chancellor, Bismarck reported directly to the sovereign rather than the public at large, but he needed the consent of a majority in the Reichstag in order to pass budgets and other legislation. Bismarck outmatched all his competitors in domestic politics, as in foreign policy, by practicing a style of politics similar to that used in competitive authoritarian regimes today.

Right: EU Commission Pres. Barroso is one of the 8 demagogical rulers of the EU and no autocrat – but an authoritarian NWO puppet – Bilderberger – and former Mao-puppet

Bismarck’s strategy was to weaken his opponents through authoritarian suppression while building temporary political coalitions in order to enact his preferred legislation.
After two failed assassination attempts on the kaiser in 1878 (use terror for strong state), Bismarck was able to convince both conservatives and liberals to pass restrictions on the rapidly growing socialist movement, denying socialists the right to publish or assemble. Nevertheless, Bismarck tried to gain the support of workers themselves by sponsoring an array of pioneering social welfare legislation — health insurance (1883), accident insurance (1884), and retirement pensions (1889).
Bismarck rejected modernity and capitalism as a Jewish plot to gain power and upset the natural order of society. His contemporaries took note, making “revolution from above” an attractive option for other autocrats, not unlike the so-called China model today.

Angela Merkel is one of the 8 demagogical rulers of the EU and no autocrat – but an NWO puppet – Bilderberger

Many ambitious politicians in developing?? countries today, such as Vladimir Putin in Russia and Hugo Chávez in Venezuela, have adopted some aspects of democratic political systems, allowing parties, elections, constitutions, and the like, while harassing their opponents and finding ways to keep power in their own hands.
This might well end up being the outcome of the political turmoil in many of the countries that experienced the Arab Spring, such as Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya. And even some democracies have slid backward in their practices, with leaders such as Viktor Orbán in Hungary and Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Turkey using their power to throw unfair obstacles in the way of their political rivals. Some relatively stable authoritarian regimes, meanwhile, such as China, Malaysia, Singapore, and Vietnam, owe their success in part to their ability to enhance the welfare of their populations. Whether they realize it or not, all these regimes are following in Bismarck’s footsteps.

Right: Nicolas Sarkozy is one of the 8 demagogical rulers of the EU and no autocrat – but an NWO puppet

2. Wladimir Putin
The National Interest 4 Jan. 2012: For Russians, a strong state is not an anomaly to fight against. Quite the contrary.

Putin declared, responding to a question, “I do not need to prove anything to anyone.”

Putin has a firm conviction that his personal destiny is intertwined with that of his country; and his resolve to fashion the Russian destiny through slow, methodical decision making over a long period of time. utin has made repeated references to one of his Russian heroes, Pyotr Stolypin, the reformist prime minister under the last czar, Nicholas II, who also favored measured, evolutionary change; and to his American model, Franklin D. Roosevelt, who brushed aside the unwritten two-term presidential limit that had guided all U.S. executive leaders up to his time. He has invested extraordinary efforts into hiding his true identity —not surprising, perhaps, for a former KGB case officer. His KGB role, including his East German service in Dresden, remains a mystery. Little is known even of his activities as deputy mayor of St. Petersburg.
Christine Lagarde is one of the 8 demagogical rulers of the EU and no autocrat – but an NWO puppet – Bilderberger

In Russia, the state stands above the individual, who is subordinate to the state and its interests.This is what Putin wants. Putin’s novel contribution was to amalgamate czarist and Soviet ideas. Putin’s interpretations of the history and idea of the state have broad resonance in Russia.They include Eurasianism; a fervent reembrace of the Russian Orthodox Church and its theology; “sovereign democracy” (Putin’s strained autocracy with a democratic twist); and narodnost, the celebration of the spirit and essence of being Russian. Putin is obsessed with unity and avoiding the dangers of splintering and fracturing in politics. Putin sticks to his commitment to the principles of the market economy.

Putin was never a spy or a thug in the KGB. He performs unforgettable favors for people, even strangers, on the theory that one can’t predict how prominent they might become. He collects information about people and circumstances that will help him relate to them. Putin’s job in the KGB was more about persuasion than coercion. There is a German account of Putin’s Dresden posting that asserts Putin’s real mission in East Germany was to recruit German Communist Party functionaries and even Stasi secret-police officers to back the Soviet Union and Mikhail Gorbachev, turning them against German leader Erich Honecker, who was actively trying to undermine Gorbachev’s perestroika in the Eastern block. Putin has spoken in interviews of his ability to communicate and interact with people as one of the most important assets from his KGB training and experience. Putin understood the “double-cross system”: Don’t destroy your enemies. Harness them. Control them. Manipulate them, and use them for your own goals.

Mario Draghi is one of the 8 demagogical rulers of the EU and no autocrat – but an NWO puppet – Bilderberger

Putin now seeks to enlist every Russian in the service of the state. By defining history, Putin seeks to win groups and classes to his cause. He determines which groups’ history is part of the inclusive myth. It allows for a definition of the us and the them. The goal of one Kremlin youth group, “Us”, is frequently to demonize and often physically go after “them”. Putin takes the case officer’s approach, engaging one-on-one with the Russian people in public settings, including televised hotline call-ins and press conferences.
Left: Putin uses strange performances, in which he exposes himself as a macho deep sea diver, car racer, biker, aircraft-pilote, athlete, sportsman – all to appeal to various Russian public groups.

If U.S. and other policy makers wish to work with Putin after 2012, they would be well advised to pay attention to and play to his sense of history. Otherwise, Putin, as a good case officer, will certainly figure out ways of “running” them for his own and Russia’s purposes. The political system Putin has shaped over the last twelve years is highly personalized and heavily dependent on him remaining at the center. He does not seem to rely on others for direct counsel or interpretation of people or events.
Right: Herman van Rompuy is unelected President of the European Council. He is one of the 8 demagogical rulers of the EU and no autocrat – but an NWO puppet – Bilderberger

The EU
The Telegraph 10 Nov. 2011: It has been dubbed Europe’s Politburo: a “self-appointed body of powerful individuals prepared to topple national governments if they fail to toe the line.” The so-called Groupe de Francfort came together last month at a party for the retiring chief of the European Central Bank, Jean-Claude Trichet.
Olli Rehn is one of the 8 demagogical rulers of the EU and no autocrat – but an NWO puppet.

They met four times at the margins of the G20 summit. But who are the “Groupe de Francfort”? Angela Merkel, Foes say: “La Boche” (Nicolas Sarkozy). Nicolas Sarkozy, Christine Lagarde IMF-chief, “Farcical” (Oxfam, because of lack of transparency in her IMF selection.). Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank, José Manuel Barroso, Foes say: “An unelected bureaucrat who is overseeing a system that is falling apart,” (Douglas Carswell, Tory backbencher). “All the European Union members should have the euro as their currency. The idea that we have two unions in Europe means disunion… It was an illusion to think that we could have a common currency and single market with national approaches to economic and budgetary policy.” Olli Rehn and Jean-Claude Juncker, Chairman of the European Finance Ministers since 2005: “I am for secret, dark debates.” And “We decide on something, then put in public and wait a while to see what happens. If then there is no hue and cry and no uprisings, because most people do not know what has been decided, then we move on – step by step, until there is no way back.” Enemies say:”. Master of lies “(Austria’s Der Standard). Herman Van Rompuy, Foes say: “An overpaid catastrophe” (Nigel Farage, Ukip leader). “We have together to fight the danger of a new Euroscepticism… In every member state, there are people who believe their country can survive alone in the globalised world. It is more than an illusion: it is a lie… The biggest enemy of Europe today is fear. Fear leads to egoism, egoism leads to nationalism, and nationalism leads to war.”

Add to this what you experience every day about the “democracy” in the “EUSSR” aka “The 4th Reich“, which was established with Nazi money to build “Neuordnung Europa”, ie a German financial empire under supranational umbrella. The no´s in the referenda on their Constitution/Lisbon Treaty were disregarded, unpopular bailouts of irresponsible southern European countries, etc., sovereignty stolen by “the European Semester“ and the ”European Stability and Competition Pact,” ethnic cleansing and economic straining of native Europeans through unlimited immigration of Asian and African Muslims and here etc.
Jean-Claude Juncker is the chief of the Euro group one of the 8 demagogical rulers of the EU and no autocrat – but an NWO puppet.

The video below shows how another “benevolent” NWO one world government dictatorship, the “USA, treats its opposition. You can drop the “U”! The EU is not yet this far but has its Eurorogendfor gendarmerie on hold.

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Foreign Affairs 16 Oct. 2011: The historian Margaret Anderson paints a picture of a Germany in which 40 years of competitive politics under and after Bismarck produced a thriving civil society, a well-established party system, and a vibrant public sphere. Anderson argues that Germany may well have evolved naturally in the direction of real democracy were it not for World War I and the Carthaginian peace that followed.

It does seem as though todays top politicians (EU, Putin, USA) are obsessed with the dream of becoming autocratic rulers of big regions – just like Otto von Bismarck with whom they certainly share many features: hollow sham democracy, manipulations and contempt of their peoples, backing their rule on industrial oligarchs and their corporations, meeting their desires for profit by legislation, weakening opposition by dictatorial legislation (e.g. the European Arrest Warrant and its Framework Decision on Racism and Xenophobia), pioneering the welfare state for a while to pacify the people (now taking it away again), EU encouraging wars of aggression through NATO, forcing the media to Marxist “political correctness”.

The difference between Bismarck´s aspiration and the NWO aspiration (left): Unification of German tribes (and in addition Danish North Schleswig – because the Danish government would not accept a borderline through a referendum – as well as many Poles and French). Right the NWO aspiration: Unification of the world in 10 regions under one world government.

The Council on Foreign Relations suggests that e.g. Putin has used Bismarck for his model – both being autocratic rulers (so far). As for the EU, it cannot only have Bismarck for its model – but also the Soviet Union and fascism in Mussolini´s definition. The EU rulers are not autocratic – only authoritarian. The EU leaders have as masters/are members of sinister forces whom Bismarck disgusted – the Illuminati/Freemasonry whose goal is one world governance without nation states. Bismarck´s and Putin´s goal is an imperial nation state strong enough to dominate other nations, by and by assimilating them. Bismarck´s method led to big wars in Europe, nation against nation, because his policy clashed with that of the other imperialist powers (the UK, France, Russia).
The EU´s and the US´bid for one world governance without nation states in the name of the NWO and here is now leading to the end of the world, because they will, by necessity, clash with Bismarck´s heir, Russia´s Putin, and his Putinism. When will be decided by the world´s Luciferian puppeteers, the NWO elite, acc. to their usual Hegelian dialectics.

Indeed, the New World Order will be born through WWIII soon as stated by Mikahil Gorbachev. However, the coming New World Order wil not be their demonic dictatorship for long (Matth. 24-25, Luke 21).

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2 responses to “13/1 “Stable Authoritarian Regimes Following in Bismarck’s Footsteps”. Are the 8 EU-rulers and Putin Practising Bismarck´s “Revolution from Above”?

  1. AS I SAID…PLACEMAN!!

    Master of lies “(Austria’s Der Standard). Herman Van Rompuy, Foes say: “An overpaid catastrophe” (Nigel Farage, Ukip leader). “We have together to fight the danger of a new Euroscepticism… In every member state, there are people who believe their country can survive alone in the globalised world. It is more than an illusion: it is a lie… The biggest enemy of Europe today is fear. Fear leads to egoism, egoism leads to nationalism, and nationalism leads to war.”

    NATIONALISM IS THE GREATEST THREAT TO ZIONISM…….THEY CAN’T HANDLE THAT….MANY QUOTES FROM THEM THEMSELVES RE NATIONALISM!

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