The Trumpet keeps a keen eye on Germany. For nearly two decades, we have waited, watched and written about the emergence of a globally dominant, German-led bloc of European states. We have warned specifically that a spectacular global financial crisis, centered in the United States, will likely bring this event to fruition.
We are not entirely alone in this expectation.
The following is a snippet from a secret memorandum written by high-ranking German officers and distributed among an elite group of leading Germans in Bonn and other parts of the world. It is an electrifying picture of current events: “Economic difficulties will one day plunge the United States down from its present dizzy heights. Such a catastrophe can be brought about through crafty manipulations and through artificially engendered crises. Such maneuvers are routine measures which have already been employed in international power struggle and will be used again and again as long as economic rivals fight for power positions and markets in the world.
“It is quite conceivable that America, weakened by a depression, will one day seek support from a resurrected Germany. Such a prospect would open tremendous possibilities for the future power position of a bloc introducing a new order in the world.”
That was written in 1950. It can be found in T.H. Tetens’s 1953 book, Germany Plots With the Kremlin.
Its prescience is chilling.
Survey the current global financial crisis and the changes it is precipitating. With its economic landscape strewn with surging unemployment lines, collapsing stocks, and rotting corpses of banks, financial institutions and businesses, it’s hard to deny “economic difficulties” are bringing America “down from its … dizzying heights.” Similarly, piles of evidence—think Bernie Madoff, Lehman Brothers and liberal bank lending standards—testify to “crafty manipulations” as a root cause of this crisis.
What about the notion that “artificially engendered crises” precipitated by foreign forces are also partly to blame for the collapse of the American financial system?
British author and historian Sara Moore has delved into this historically significant, eerily familiar trend. Armed with facts and historical precedent, Moore detailed in the May 2008 and January/February 2009 issues of European Journal how Germany, employing a formula similar to what it used in the 1930s, is craftily manipulating EU economic policy in order to undermine the U.S.
One fundamental cause of the credit crisis in America, Moore suggests, was Germany’s exploitation of the euro. This interesting argument deserves close scrutiny.
When the euro first came online in January 1999, the European Central Bank (
This became inevitable after December 2005, when the
The idea that Germany precipitated the current global economic crisis is intriguing. It’s an argument that grows stronger if you factor in the documented proof showing German leaders planned 60 years ago that an “artificially [German-]engendered” crisis would one day bring the U.S. economy down, and send America scrambling to Germany for assistance.
Barely a day passes without a chorus of American voices—journalists, economists, business leaders and politicians—requesting Europe, particularly Germany, to do more to rescue the Continent and the rest of the world from the economic chaos. Prominent economist Paul Krugman lamented in the March 16 New York Times that Europe isn’t doing nearly enough to combat the global economic downturn. Recently, President Barack Obama asked that Europe, especially Germany, lighten the burden of the global economic crisis by enacting larger stimulus packages for flailing European economies. It is not uncommon to hear world leaders talking about the need for a new world order—one, many agree, that needs to be centered in Europe.
“It is quite conceivable that America, weakened by a depression, will one day seek support from a resurrected Germany,” that secret memo said. Indeed. And truly, as this predicament intensifies, it will continue to create “tremendous possibilities” for Germany.
Watch Germany intently. We don’t know if the men who wrote that memo in 1950 are still alive today. That is inconsequential. The more important question is: Is their strategy for a German new world order still being pursued?
It is becoming harder to deny that it is!
Some will look at the global economic meltdown and the fact that it is causing both Europe and America to rely more on Germany, admit that this aligns perfectly with documented Germanic designs, and consider it a coincidence. But doesn’t Germany’s age-old penchant for global dominion, its provocative role in the two largest wars in history, the documentation that, after World War
On top of that, the Holy Bible—and what the Apostle Peter termed the “more sure word of prophecy”—has much to say about Germany’s role in end-time world events that aligns perfectly with these facts. If you want proof, request your free copies of The United States and Britain in Prophecy and Germany and the Holy Roman Empire.