BERLIN/PARIS |

BERLIN/PARIS Elements of the French elite protest against the government's policies concerning Germany. This is caused by Berlin's overt attempts to strengthen its economic hegemony in Europe by attacking the industrial policy of Paris. Since its defeat by Nazi Germany, a strong and independent economy is considered prerequisite for the successful defense against renewed German encroachments and for Paris' strong position in international policies. In view of increasing greed vis-à-vis French armaments corporations, the possible candidate for president, Nicolas Sarkozy, looks for an ally against Berlin's embraces within the framework of ,,German-French friendship." more…

BRUSSELS (Correspondent’s Report) |

BRUSSELS (Correspondent’s Report) After the recent approval of the draft constitution, the conversion of the EU armaments program has begun. It conforms to the specifications of the leading core-Europe powers who are honing their military competition within as well as without of the triad. For external opponents the EU intervention force is prepared à la Congo contingents. According to the recent EU compromise they will be under a joint command with its own headquarters which, for the moment, is established with NATO. EU combat troops are the goal. Thus the competition, accompanied by disclaimers, for hegemonic military structures between the western industrial states continues. more…

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BONN/BRUSSELS (Own report) |

BONN/BRUSSELS (Own report) The high speed network of the European railroads shall be made available for war transportation by the EU. In addition, the EU must arrange for commandeering cargo space of all types since that will be required for world wide military operations. At the same time, definite increases of military personnel and expenditures for all EU members are unavoidable. Included are arsenals for ,,nuclear, chemical and biological"warfare. These as well as other measures for the radical militarizing of the EU are listed in an actual ,,strategy paper"of the German Bertelsmann Foundation. A ,,trirectoire"or triumvirate consisting of the German, French and British military is supposed to take over the preparations for and conduct of war. more…

GARCHING |

GARCHING A research reactor for making weapons-grade uranium has gone into production in Germany. Berlin now has sufficient weapons-grade material at its disposal to build its own atomic bombs. The technical preparations for developing Germany's own nuclear weapons systems are already available. German politicians and military experts have recently and repeatedly made known their intention of achieving control of atomic weapons. Germany is bound by treaty to renounce either building or possessing Nuclear, Biological or Chemical (NBC) weapons of any kind. more…

BERLIN/TEL AVIV |

BERLIN/TEL AVIV The German Government has agreed to the export of weapons which can deliver atomic bombs. This has emerged from discussions between the German Defence Ministry and Israel. Therewith the German Government has for the second time broken both its own export guidelines and the German Constitution. more…

DJAKOVO (Serbia/Montenegro) |

DJAKOVO (Serbia/Montenegro) A memorial for ethnic Germans was opened in the former-Yugoslavia. Expellee organizations describe the construction of the memorial in Djakovo in Serbia's northwest as a first step towards a moral rehabilitation of the Danube Germans. The German-speaking minority had for the most part collaborated with the Nazi occupation regime and, as a result, was detained and finally expelled. According to influential German expellee functionaries, Serbia/Montenegro should annul the respective decrees. The request is part of a wider effort at revision in all of Southeastern Europe that still serve as a reminder of the Paris Peace Treaties of the 1920s and 1930s. more…

NUREMBERG/CESKY KRUMOV |

NUREMBERG/CESKY KRUMOV At an event for an association of expelled ethnic Germans, the provincial leader of Bavaria, Edmund Stoiber, supported property right claims against the Czech Republic, while sharply attacking the legal obstacles stemming from the late Czech president Edvard Benes. Europe must support the German position, as the Benes Decrees were unfair. It must guarantee that such legislation is removed, said Stoiber at the Sudeten-German Day last Wednesday in Nuremberg. Stoiber claimed that the discussion after the Czech Republic's EU accession was not yet over. Rather, it stands just before the actual beginning. more…