GERMAN HISTORIC FUNDING OF NEW SPANISH GOVERNMENT PARTY LEADS TO BETRAYAL OF POLES ON EU CONSTITUTION
The defeat of the Aznar government in Spain by Al Qaeda terrorism has not just been welcomed by “German Europe” – it turns out that the Spanish Social Democrat Party was set up and funded by German interests. The new Spanish Prime Minister (whose vicious and crass attack on Britain and the USA has astonished even his allies) intends to repay this German help by betraying the Poles – whom the Spanish Government has hitherto supported in the fight against Germany’s demands on the EU Constitution.
The Spanish electorate has made a grave mistake – or perhaps shown their true belief in the new form of fascist Europe (of which Spain was from the 1930s to the 1970s the most consistent exemplar). Whatever the motivation, the last minute switch of their voting intentions as their people and democracy were under attack is a disgraceful betrayal of everything which post war democratic nationism (established by the Anglo Saxon powers and European democrats) stood for. As the new extreme Islamic threat to bomb and murder in France proves, those who think they can appease Al Qaeda by attacking Aznar, Britain or the USA completely misunderstand the nature of the crisis.
This article proves once again (as have several others on this website) that the German “Political Foundations” (The CDU’s Konrad Adenauer, the SPD’s Friedrich Ebert and the FDP’s Friedrich Naumann) together with similar policy institutes set up by German big business have an undue and undemocratic influence not just in Germany but in other countries. The question is which political figures in the UK are today being groomed by German political foundations?
The newly elected Spanish Prime Minister Zapatero intends to fall in line with Berlin in certain critical areas – like Madrid’s foreign policy and the planned EU Constitution. Zapatero’s Party, the social democrat PSOE was built up in the 1970s with millions from the German Social Democrats. Zapatero’s political mentor the long serving General Secretary of the PSOE and former Spanish President Felipe Gonzalez was nurtured by the SPD’s Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
As Zapatero so petulantly indicated his Government will end his predecessor’s close relationship with the USA and become more closely allied with France and Germany. He will also return to “traditional axes” of Madrid Foreign policy, as was demanded last autumn by the German Bertelsmann Foundation (a former printer of Nazi propaganda in the 1940s! – ed) – that is to return to interests in the Mediterranean, the Arab World and Latin America. (1) The new Prime Minister is also prepared to give greater weight to German demands for the regionalisation (2) of Spain (a prime strategy for breaking down the nation state and centralising power in Brussels -ed).
In particular the new Spanish Government agrees with the new distribution of power within the EU, as demanded by Berlin. “I believe in the matter of the EU Constitution that we can soon come to a resolution which permits a reasonable distribution of power” Zapatero said of the Constitutional proposals which will double Germany’s voting strength in the EU (3). The Polish President Miller describes this development as “The Worst thing that could happen to Poland”. (When was the last time that fascist Spain and Nazi Germany threatened Poland? – by their historic deeds you shall know them! -ed)
GERMANY’S SYSTEMATIC AGENT OF INFLUENCE
The systematic build up of connections between the German SPD and Spanish social democrats began in the 1960s with the help of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation (5). At first the Foundation supported Spanniards who were studying in Germany, then money was transferred to social democrat groups in Spain. Up to 1984 the Foundation spend 9 million Deutschmarks. As the SPD Treasurer Wettig-Danielmeier confirmed the money came from secret funds of more than DM 50million designed to influence events in Spain and Portugal. (6)
The main figure built up by the Ebert Foundation was the PSOE General Secretary Felipe Gonzalez. The long time Director of the Madrid office of the Ebert Foundation, Dieter Koniecki said in 1976 that their support had been “decisive since the SPD Party conference in Mannheim of 1975” for the unchallenged position which Gozalez enjoyed. “This support led to the progress of Felipe Gonzalez from a practically unknown figure to a political figure of international stature”
References to the website www.german-foreig-policy.com:
1) s. dazu Divide et impera
2) s. dazu Los von Madrid, Ethno-Fraktion und Seid umschlungen, Regionen sowie Deutsche Sozialisten: ,,Baskenland” nicht spanisch
3) s. auch Der Widerspenstigen Zähmung und Autoritativ
4) s. dazu Partnerschaften
5) s. auch ,,Wirksamste Instrumente der deutschen Außenpolitik” und Tod eines ,,Deutschen”
6) Die BND-Millionen und die vielen Möglichkeiten, sie auszugeben; Die Welt 08.02.2000