Sep 19Liked by epimetheus

Speculation: the EU and the WEF have recruited so many former once-young Stasi, KGB, and similar over the years, these now severly affect the course and actions of both.

To use a local example of my thinking: the swedish KFML, KPML and KPML(r)* were highly active in the late 1960s and 1970s. In the 1980s, the majority of them quietly dropped out of sight, dropped the rethorics and got themselves hired as journalists, TV-producers, writers and editors/publishers within state an state-adjacent media, as well as within the dep. of education.

Isn't it likely that this happened in Germany, only even more so given the division into two states, after 1990, and that it has created a cascading effect throughout all political, economical and social systems involving germans of the right age-brackets and Germany at large?

*The acronyms stand for, translated:

KFML: Communist Union of Marxist-Leninists; splinter-group from which was KPML: Communist Party of Marxist-Leninsts; splinter-group from which was the KPML(r), the 'r' meaning Radical. The latter had ties to Baader-Meinhof, RAF, and other such groups and greatly admired them for daring to use violence.

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