Blueprints of the “Brussels EU”
from the Drawing Boards of the
IG Farben/Nazi coalition
Recently–published documents from the Nuremberg war crimes tribunal reveal that without IG Farben, WWII would not have been possible. This oil and drug cartel financed the rise of the Nazi party; supplied 100 per cent of the explosives; and provided gasoline and rubber for the German army. In return, they received all key industries in the conquered European countries.
The IG Farben/Nazi coalition had concise plans for how to rule a post-war Europe under its control. At the centre of it was a giant cartel office that would rule and regulate every aspect of life in Europe without the participation of its people. This undemocratic ‘European Cartel Agency’ became the blueprint for the ‘Brussels EU’.
The Krauch Office. Carl Krauch was the chairman of the oil and drug cartel IG Farben. Already, by 1936, he had moved from the IG Farben headquarters in Frankfurt to the IG Farben liaison office in Berlin known as ‘Berlin NW 7’. Krauch became the central figure in the IG Farben/Nazi coalition’s preparations for war. He was the leading technical, logistical and economic expert of Hitler’s “Four-Year Plan” office, with Hermann Goering being his political counterpart.
Historical documents – including the records of the Nuremberg war crimes tribunal – reveal that without the Krauch Office, WWII would not have been possible. These records also reveal that this office was run by thousands of bureaucrats, who essentially received their instructions from IG Farben managers. These instructions then became the basis for military planning.
IG Farben’s plan for a “new order” for Europe and the World. In the summer of 1940, after the IG Farben/Nazi coalition had conquered half of Europe and France had just capitulated, IG Farben wrote its now infamous memoranda concerning the “new order” of Europe under the coalition’s control. The memorandum of July 20 reads: “We assume that a greater sphere Europe will be created under German leadership…which represents an economic bloc with possibly a later customs and currency union.” As the most important instrument to rule Europe, this memorandum continues: “For the entire European sphere under German leadership, a unified patent law should be created, the further development of which would be exclusively reserved for German legislators.”
This, precisely, is the objective of the ‘Brussels EU’ – with one minor modification: As a result of having lost WWII, the cartel’s political stakeholders are no longer based in Germany alone but also operate from other key chemical, drug and oil export countries, such as France and Great Britain.
In 1941, the IG Farben/Nazi coalition by now controls half of Europe. Official Nazi authorities, such as the “Central Research Institute for National Economic Order and Greater Sphere Economy” publish their plans for a post-WWII Europe under their control. The central instrument to rule all aspects of the economy, finance and other key areas of life would be the “Greater Sphere Cartel Office”.
By now, the blueprint for today’s ‘Brussels EU’ has taken on a form that everybody would recognise today. The ‘Central Cartel Office’ became the ‘Brussels EU’; the cartel commissioners became the “EU Commissioners”; the “Master Cartel Agreement” became the “Lisbon Treaty”; the “Cartel Directives” became the “EU Directives”; and even the journal where these dictatorial rules are published, as “laws”, a-psuedo legal bulletin called “The Greater Sphere Cartel” became today’s “Official Journal of the European Union” – the ‘Brussels EU’ “Legal Gazette”.
To read more documents from speeches and publications of representatives of the IG Farben/Nzi coalition about their future plans for Europe, click here.