From Auschwitz to Brussels

The Oil and Drug Cartel’s Third Attempt to Seize Political and Economic Control over Ireland and All of Europe

The oil and drug cartel’s
century long strategy
to take over Europe

1914: WWI – the Cartel’s first attempt to take over Europe by controlling the newly emerged global markets of oil, patented chemicals and drugs. BAYER produces the explosives and the chemical warfare agents for the German Wehrmacht. This first attempt fails.

1925: BAYER, BASF and HOECHST form the IG Farben Cartel, the world’s largest chemical drug company at its time.

1933: IG Farben finances the rise of the Nazis to power with the goal to undertake a second attempt for the military conquest of Europe and the world.

1936: IG Farben director Krauch relocates to Berlin to help coordinate the “Four Year Plan” preparation for WWII. The office becomes the blueprint for the “Brussels EU”.

1940: After the conquest of half of Europe, IG Farben publishes its plan for a “New European Order” that outlines the take-over of European key industries by IG Farben – including a European-wide patent law(!).

1941: Nazi planning officers and officials announce their plans to rule post-WWII Europe (“Greater Sphere Europe”) under a joint cartel organization that rules all aspects of life. These plans become the blueprint for the “Brussels EU”.

1942: IG Farben constructs the largest industrial plant at that time in Auschwitz. Largely financed by IG Farben, the nearby concentration camp becomes a factory of death.

1945: US Senate Report Number S.Res.107/146 from December 1945 establishes in a comprehensive documentation that without IG Farben WWII would not have taken place.

1948: Fritz Ter Meer and other directors of IG Farben are sentenced in the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunals for genocide, slavery and other crimes against humanity.

1956: Ter Meer has been released from prison and is appointed chairman of the board of BAYER, Germany’s leading industrial company at that time.

1957: The European Economic Community - the precursor of ‘Brussels EU’ - is founded in Rome. Walter Hallstein, a “blood and honour” lawyer, becomes its first head and the key architect.

Today: From 1957 to today, Germany has been the main promoter of the “Brussels EU” and has invested hundreds of billions of Euros to lure other countries to join.

Meet the “Founding Fathers” of the “Brussels EU” – a Lesson in History for the supporters of the Lisbon Treaty

Picture of Fritz ter MeerFritz Ter Meer, director of BAYER and the IG Farben Cartel, the world’s largest chemical/ pharmaceutical company, is sentenced on July 29, 1948 during the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal for genocide and slavery in connection with the crimes of WWII and Auschwitz. In 1956, after being released from prison, he becomes chairman of the supervisory board of BAYER, still the flagship of Germany’s leading export industry. Germany becomes the driving force behind the “European Economic Community” (EEC), founded just one year later in 1957, and the “Brussels EU”.

Picture of Carl KrauchCarl Krauch, director and chairman of the Board of IG Farben is sentenced in Nuremberg for crimes against humanity including “the enslavement and deportation of civilians in occupied countries, and the terrorization, torture, and murder of enslaved persons.” Already in 1936 Krauch moved to Berlin and became “plenipotentiary” within the infamous “Four Year Plan” administration. With the help of thousands of technocrats, Krauch coordinated the logistical preparation for WWII and for the industrial takeover of conquered

Picture of Carl WursterCarl Wurster is, during WWII, chairman of the IG Farben Cartel’s subsidiary DEGESCH that produced and delivered the chemical Zyklon B to the gas chambers of Auschwitz. He is indicted in the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal, but astonishingly escapes sentencing. In 1952 he is appointed chief executive officer of BASF and remains in that position for a decisive decade – the strategic founding years of the EEC. With the help of the “Brussels EU”, BASF today is again the world’s largest chemical company.

Picture of Walter HallsteinWalter Hallstein. In 1957 the German lawyer Hallstein becomes the first head of the of the newly created EEC and the president of its governing body, the European Commission. Before and during WWII he was a prominent member of the Nazi legal elite, the

On January 23, 1939, only months before the launch of WWII by the Nazi/IG Farben coalition, Hallstein gives a speech on the topic of common European law under German leadership. Therein he states: “One of the most important laws (in occupied European countries) is the Protection Law for German Blood and Honour.” Later Hallstein also writes legal expertises for IG Farben.

In 1957, Hallstein is sitting at the side of German Chancellor Adenauer during the founding ceremony for the European Economic Community in Rome. Hallstein is familiar with that city. During the Nazi era he was part of Hitler’s delegation that negotiated the state treaties between the two fascist governments. In his 1967 book “Europe in the Making”, the “appointed” head of the new government of Europe, the “European Commission”, lays out the future of Europe in unequivocal terms: “The Commission is entrusted with what virtually amounts to a monopoly in taking the initiative in all matters affecting the Community. There are a few exceptions to this general rule, but these ought to be removed at the earliest ”

Between 1957 and 1967, Hallstein models the future government of Europe after the infamous Nazi/IG Farben “Four Year Plan Office” that coordinated the previous attempt of the cartel to take over Europe. With the help of tens of thousands of paid techno- and bureaucrats, an appointed “EU Commission” rules over Europe – on behalf of the cartel. This is the essence of the Lisbon Treaty. The dictatorial structure of the “Brussels EU” is no coincidence – it serves a purpose. After the publication of these facts, no one today can say “I did not know.”

Picture of Walter HallsteinHelmut Kohl starts his “career” under Carl Wurster as an employee of BASF/ Association of Chemical Industries. He is being promoted by these interests into the highest office of German government. From 1982 to 1996, Chancellor Kohl serves the chemical/ drug cartel as the political conductor of their

Kohl used more than one hundred billion Euros of taxpayer money to finance the built-up of the “Brussels EU” bureaucracy – and thereby organize the next attempt to take over Europe on behalf of the cartel. After being voted out of office in 1998, Kohl introduced his successor to the world: Angela Merkel, whom he publicly called “Mein Mädchen” (picture left). Today, “his girl” is the driving force, coercing the governments of Europe under the Lisbon Treaty.

Striking Parallels: Past and Present Attempts to Take Control over Europe

Urgent Questions for the People of Ireland and Europe

After reading these facts readers may well ask themselves some obvious questions:

  1. What is the reason for the Irish Times misinforming its readers? Is it because the Times is a private newspaper?
  2. How many billions of Euros must the interest groups around the chemical, oil and drug cartel have spent to keep these facts out of the history books in schools, the political awareness of the people and the collective memory of all of mankind?
  3. How much influence must these special interests have exerted on politicians, the media and societies at large that they could effectively hide their criminal past for more than half a century?
  4. What other motives could these special interests have had to invest billions in this historic cover-up? Did they need to hide their past, so they would have another chance to reach the goal they did not achieve during WWII: the complete subjugation of Europe under their economic and political control? The referendum of the people of Ireland on October 2, 2009, may be the last chance to prevent these plans for Ireland and all of Europe!

Vote NO on the Lisbon Enabling Treaty!