The Situation In Germany

Gawan

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Her response:


Yeah, she is definitely hiding something. I think it is an important time for her since most likely holidays (visiting a clinic) are waiting for in the next weeks since the German Bundestag has its break in July/August.
 

Ursus Minor

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Yeah, she is definitely hiding something.

Yes she is, but that would be more than her poor health condition.

What about the likelihood that the East German Stasi has perhaps inserted her into post-1990 German politics?

What about her international handlers? Is she owned by George Soros?

Who has removed her "IM" file from the BStU agency? (IM: inofficial contributor to the Stasi)
Was it the CIA or remnants of the Stasi?

There must be a reason for her to be hanging on stubbornly to "her" line of politics, though she was able to prove that she can easily turn on a dime if need be (for her).
 

angelburst29

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel sat down at a ceremony to welcome Denmark's prime minister on Thursday, a day after she shook visibly when standing to receive Finland's premier - her third bout of shaking in three weeks.

In protocol breach, Merkel sits to welcome Danish PM after shaking bouts
German Chancellor Angela Merkel receives Denmark's Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen with military honours at the Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, July 11, 2019. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

German Chancellor Angela Merkel receives Denmark's Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen with military honours at the Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, July 11, 2019. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen sat next to Merkel at the welcoming with military honours on a warm day in Berlin before the two women walked to the chancellery. Merkel, showing no sign of shaking, smiled broadly.

Medical experts have played down speculation the shaking episodes, saying there are multiple potential causes of tremor.

I take care of my health, says Merkel after several shaking episodes
German Chancellor Angela Merkel reacts during a news conference with Denmark's Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen at the Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, July 11, 2019. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she knows she must look after her health, offering reassurance on Thursday after three bouts of shaking on previous public occasions raised questions about her condition.

Merkel says German coalition discord over EU top job 'is not easy'
German Chancellor Angela Merkel reacts during a news conference with Denmark's Prime Minister Mette Frederiksenat the Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, July 11, 2019. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

Opposition by Germany's Social Democrats, junior partners in the ruling coalition, to the nomination of conservative Ursula von der Leyen as European Commission chief is making governing difficult, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday.

EU Parliament to vote on von der Leyen on July 16: spokesman
German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen, who has been nominated as European Commission President, briefs the media after the Conference of Presidents of European Parliament's party blocs in Brussels, Belgium, July 10, 2019. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

The leaders of the EU's political groupings on Thursday said the European Parliament would vote on Ursula von der Leyen's nomination to head the EU Commission on July 16, confirming an earlier plan, a parliament spokesman said.

Green EU lawmakers oppose von der Leyen's bid for Commission chief
FILE PHOTO: German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen, who has been nominated as European Commission President, attends a news conference during a visit at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, July 3, 2019.   REUTERS/Vincent Kessler/File Photo

Germany's Ursula von der Leyen made her pitch to European Union lawmakers on Wednesday to become the next head of the bloc's executive, but her promises to fight climate change were not enough for Green deputies who vowed to vote against her.

Poland sees positives in von der Leyen remarks on rule of law
German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen, who has been nominated as European Commission President, briefs the media after the Conference of Presidents of European Parliament's party blocs in Brussels, Belgium, July 10, 2019. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

Poland sees potential positive elements in remarks on the rule of law by the nominee to lead the European Commission, Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said on Wednesday.

EU Commission nominee to defend Irish backstop in Brexit
German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen, who has been nominated as European Commission President, briefs the media after the Conference of Presidents of European Parliament's party blocs in Brussels, Belgium, July 10, 2019. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

The nominee for the next president of the European Commission vowed on Wednesday to defend the "backstop" provision in Britain's withdrawal agreement from the EU to avoid extensive border controls on the island of Ireland.

Germany steps up warnings about right-wing Identitarian Movement
FILE PHOTO: Members of the far-right Identitarian Movement hold a rally in Dresden, Germany August 25, 2018. Reuters/Matthias Rietschel


Germany's domestic intelligence agency (BFV) classified the Identitarian Movement as an extreme right-wing group on Thursday, a sign that authorities are increasingly worried about radicals with anti-Islamic and racist views.

The murder last month of a prominent regional politician by a suspected neo-Nazi shook Germans and prompted the interior minister to warn that right-wing extremism was a threat to Germany’s democratic system.

The Identitarian Movement has not been directly linked to the killing, but the intelligence agency said the group discriminated against non-Europeans and Muslims and as such was incompatible with the constitution.

The official classification makes it easier for the agency to monitor the group's activities and members - of which it says there are 600 in Germany. The movement, with French roots, has been under scrutiny for about three years.

The BfV, which says Germany is home to 24,100 far-right radicals of whom 12,700 are potentially dangerous, said it was important not only to watch violent radicals but also those who use words to stoke racism.

“These verbal fire-raisers question people’s equality and dignity, they speak of foreign infiltration, boost their own identity to denigrate others and stoke hostile feelings toward perceived enemies,” said BfV President Thomas Haldenwang.


The Identitarian Movement branded the BfV’s decision disproportionate and driven by political motives linked to anti-right wing hysteria.

“The intelligence agency is not warning about a real danger, but is constructing an extremist apparition and making itself a stooge of the left-wing establishment,” it said on its website

“Our actions are subversive and sometimes provocative. But under no circumstances are they anti-constitutional or extremist,” it added.

Identitarian Movement activists in Germany take part in far-right marches and hold meetings of their own, while individuals have been investigated for using banned symbols and for incitement.

In 2016, members of the movement scaled the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin and unfurled a banner to protest against what they called the “Islamization” of Germany due to mass immigration.

Chancellor Angela Merkel’s 2015 open-door migrant policy, which led to the arrival of more than 1 million people, led to a surge in support for anti-migrant groups including the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD).

Many Germans feels a special responsibility to root out racism and intolerance due to the country’s Nazi past.

However, critics say verbal attacks by some AfD politicians - some of whom have links with the Identitarian Movement - against Muslim migrants, have legitimized a language of hate that fuels far-right sympathizers to embrace violence.

German far-right party shaken by rising sway of hardliner Hoecke
FILE PHOTO: Member of Alternative for Germany (AfD) Bjoern Hoecke speaks during the two-day party congress in Augsburg, Germany, June 30, 2018.  REUTERS/Michaela Rehle

Scores of senior members of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party condemned on Wednesday the rising influence of a local leader who is militantly anti-immigrant and wants to highlight German over Jewish suffering in World War Two.

“We say it very clearly: the AfD is not and will not be a Bjoern Hoecke party,” the 108 members, including dozens of regional and national lawmakers, wrote in a letter to party leaders about the AfD leader of eastern Thuringia state.

Members fear his crude rhetoric may alienate conservative voters who helped the AfD enter parliament for the first time in a 2017 election in protest at Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to welcome asylum seekers from the Middle East and Africa.

Among a swathe of nationalist movements making waves across Europe, the AfD is the third largest party in Germany's legislature
and may make big gains in three regional votes later this year. But Hoecke’s role is tearing at party unity.

On Saturday, he suggested his party’s leadership was “amateur” and said the arrival of Turkish guest workers in the 1960s had “bled” Germany financially and was like “losing another war.”

Saturday’s speech was to members of the AfD youth wing, which is under intelligence surveillance in some states over suspected ties to extremists

In the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia, most of the 12-member AfD leadership board resigned at the weekend in protest at his increasing sway - leaving three Hoecke loyalists at the helm of the largest AfD regional chapter.

A historical revisionist, Hoecke wants schools to highlight German suffering in World War Two and called Berlin’s Holocaust memorial a “monument of shame.”

“PERSONALITY CULT”
Wednesday’s letter said most of the AfD’s 35,000 registered members reject the “personality cult” around Hoecke and warned of a party split.

The AfD is expected to emerge as the biggest or second biggest party in three states after elections in Brandenburg and Saxony on Sept. 1 and in Thuringia a month later. But the party has been shaken by a decision by the election committee in Saxony to disqualify more than two-thirds of candidates on the party’s list for the September election, citing irregularities in the selection process.

That could sharply curb the party’s influence in the Saxony parliament and makes coalition building there easier for Merkel’s Christian Democrats (CDU), who are tied in polls with the AfD.

Frictions in the AfD coincide with renewed national debate about the danger of far-right groups after the murder of a pro-immigration politician last month. A far-right sympathizer has been charged.

Other German parties say the AfD’s verbal attacks against mainly Muslim migrants legitimize a language of hate that encourages far-right sympathizers to resort to violence.

On Saturday, Andreas Kalbitz, AfD leader in Brandenburg and a confident of Hoecke, told supporters at the event attended by both men: “Resistance is necessary in this country, otherwise we will lose this country.”

The AfD denies it harbors racist views and says its members have been victims of attacks by far-left groups. There was no immediate reaction from Hoecke or his backers to Wednesday’s letter.
 

angelburst29

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Germans fret about Merkel after shaking episodes
FILE PHOTO: German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks during a ceremony to mark 50 years of German development aid in Berlin, Germany, July 12, 2019. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

"Does Merkel travel too much?" asked mass-selling daily Bild on Friday as Germans fret about the health of their chancellor, who sat rather than stood at a ceremony on Thursday after shaking for the third time in as many weeks when standing a day earlier.

Explainer: Von der Leyen's rocky path to confirmation as EU Commission chief
FILE PHOTO: German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen, who has been nominated as European Commission President, briefs the media after the Conference of Presidents of European Parliament's party blocs in Brussels, Belgium, July 10, 2019. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
European Union lawmakers are likely to confirm Germany's Ursula von der Leyen as president of the bloc's executive Commission in a secret ballot next Tuesday, but there is a risk she could fall short of the absolute majority she needs.

German SPD lists von der Leyen failures in damning paper to EU peers
FILE PHOTO: German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen, who has been nominated as European Commission President, briefs the media after the Conference of Presidents of European Parliament's party blocs in Brussels, Belgium, July 10, 2019. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

Germany's Social Democrats have circulated a damning paper to their European political group in which they call Ursula von der Leyen an "inadequate and inappropriate candidate" to lead the European Commission ahead of a vote on her nomination next week.
 

Altair

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It's been suggested that Merkel might have orthostatic tremor:


German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she's taking care of health after experiencing her third bout of shaking in public in less than a month.

But she gave no further detail, doing little to put to rest speculation about what's been affecting her.

It's perhaps no surprise the world's most powerful female politician caught on camera visibly trembling has stirred up a media frenzy, but do people have the right to know about a leader's health and medical details?

"You can be sure that, firstly, I am aware of the responsibilities that come with my office and that I behave appropriately as far as my health is concerned," Merkel said Thursday after meeting with new Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen.

"And secondly you can also know that as a person I have a keen interest in being healthy and I take care of my health."

Merkel and her doctors might not even know yet what it is, said Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN's chief medical correspondent. Merkel may have recently noticed symptoms and still be in an evaluation process that involves trying different medications.

One possibility is orthostatic tremor, a rare condition that's primarily present when someone is standing, Gupta said. It's more common among women, and typically diagnosed in people around Merkel's age, 64.

Treatment can involve muscle relaxers or medications used to treat seizures. Unlike Parkinson's and some other conditions that cause tremors, it's not something that ultimately leads to increasing disability.

With orthostatic tremor, "if they are sitting, if they are walking, if they are moving, that tremor seems to go away," Gupta said.


Video from Thursday showed Merkel using a chair, rather than standing, during military honors for Denmark's leader.
 

Chu

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They could just say it and be done with the "mystery"! I reckon it helps sew doubts and remove even more confidence in Merkel, all the while she still serves her purpose.
 

Cosmos

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@angelburst29 posted an article on the previous page mentioning orthostatic tremor too. Further down on the following site there are some videos of people with what is called Slow Orthostatic Tremor:

Could in fact be the condition since the people who have it when they stand up seem to shake similarly. It would also explain why Merkel says she is ok because that condition according to Altairs Quote isn't something "that ultimately leads to increasing disability".
 

nature

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Orthostatic tremor: it describes symptoms, not the disease! A symptom = a description.
tremor = a part or the whole body tremors. Multiple causes.
orthostatic = symptome that occurs when being stand up. Example: orthostatic hypotension, due to some medications, or to poor blood circulation, or to deshydration.

Here, what is the cause?? We see she has tremors of her trunk and inferior limbs (which is perplexing, because tremors in other tremoring diseases touch essentially limbs, hands, or the whole body, rarely the trunk) but what is the cause?? As if we are idiots, they say to us, "oh, it's a tremor while you're standing" when we ask "what is this tremor occuring when patient is standing up?"

What is the cause? Degenerative process in a precise part of the brain? drug side effect? a particular traumatic event? a particular neurone eating virus? a hidden experience on brain with all sorts of bioweapon or artificial EM waves or guidance remotely given to her and not still perfect, unbeknownst to her? We can imagine lots of things when things are hidden to us.

"Doctor, i feel tired". Doctor measures arterial tension: "oh, your tension is low! This is the cause! It's called orthostatic hypotension. But don't worry, it's nothing, I'll just prescribe you a pill that increases the tension. That's all "
Suffice that these professionals use a terminology (same tactic in social ingeneering) that impresses the lay man, that we keep on blind are reassured.
"Go around, there's nothing to see"
 

nature

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Could in fact be the condition since the people who have it when they stand up seem to shake similarly. It would also explain why Merkel says she is ok because that condition according to Altairs Quote isn't something "that ultimately leads to increasing disability".
Not sure it's similar. On the patients' videos, the tremor is not as fast as in Merkel's, and it touches also the head whereas Merkel's head is intact (or last least, not yet touched). Her case is a mystery.
BTW, even in the article, they don't say the causes, they just describe, do some exams and describe the result, but they remain themselves without explanations.
 

Debra

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Orthostatic tremor: it describes symptoms, not the disease! A symptom = a description.
tremor = a part or the whole body tremors. Multiple causes.
orthostatic = symptome that occurs when being stand up. Example: orthostatic hypotension, due to some medications, or to poor blood circulation, or to deshydration.

Here, what is the cause??

What I am posting is Research for Entertainment Purposes Only.
I have no authority nor license to give any medical, psychological, or life skills advice, I just have information to share, for entertainment purposes only.

Previous to my decision to “reunite” with the C’s discussion group, I worried, fretted, prayed, and meditated about how to discuss and share this knowledge, which is profoundly life changing.

I have been seriously “entertained” by the prospect that this information is based on Natural Laws.

The premise that all Biological Living Beings on this planet are governed by these Laws, yet, we humans have been tricked into believing that Healing symptoms are Death sentences. How Hilarious is that?

So, the questions “What’s wrong with her?” and yours, Nature: "What is the cause??"

First, this info is sort of a foundation:

“1st Criterion: Every “disease” - hereinafter called Significant Biological Special Program (SBS) - originates from a DHS (Dirk Hamer Syndrome), which is an unexpected, highly acute, and isolating conflict shock that occurs simultaneously in the psyche, the brain, and on the corresponding organ.

2nd Criterion: The content of the conflict determines which organ will be affected and from which area of the brain the SBS will be controlled.

3rd Criterion: Every SBS runs synchronously on the level of the psyche, the brain, and the organ.

NOTE: The abbreviation SBS derives from the German “Sinnvolles Biologisches Sonderprogramm” (meaningful biological special program). The acronyms DHS and SBS are copyright protected.

A DHS is an emotionally distressing event that we could not anticipate and for which we were not prepared. From a biological point of view “unexpected” implies that unprepared for, the situation could be detrimental for the one who was caught off-guard. In order to support the organism during the unforeseen crisis, a Significant Biological Special Program on stand-by for exactly that conflict is instantly activated. The significance of this meaningful biological program of Nature is to improve the function of the organ so that the individual is in a better position to manage and eventually resolve the conflict. Since the DHS occurs at once in the psyche, in the brain, and on the corresponding organ, we speak in GNM of biological conflicts rather than of psychological conflicts.”

The Five Biological Laws - The Foundation of GNM

This stuff gets complex, but it is learnable, but for entertainment only, remember!

From the website:

Leg muscles: not being able to escape, flee, or run away (literally or figuratively, e.g., from a workplace or a relationship), not being able to leap aside, not being able to follow, feeling rooted to the spot (petrified), feeling trapped (literally or figuratively), not being able to keep up, not being able to climb up (e.g., not being promoted), not being able to kick somebody away (extensor muscle), a fear of not being able to walk (wheelchair image).

Skeletal Muscles

Then the bone stuff:

Hip and Femoral Neck: not being able to endure a situation because of unexpected or continuous demands (“This is too much to carry!”, “I can't manage!”, “I can't get through this!”). The femur is linked to a physical performance conflict.

Knees and Lower Legs: physical performance conflict, for example, difficulties walking or climbing stairs, not being able to keep up, a poor performance in sports (having lost a game, being put on the reserve bench, humiliating remarks by an instructor, not performing up to our standards or the expectations of a coach, parent, or spouse), feeling less mobile during pregnancy or because of having gained weight

Feet, Ankles, Heels, and Toes: not being able to walk, run, jump, dance, or balance; also, not being able to kick someone away in defense. The underside of the heel is linked to not being able to “crush” a person or a situation.

CONFLICT-ACTIVE PHASE: During the conflict-active phase the affected bone decalcifies creating gaps and little holes in the bone. The location of the osteolysis (“bone breakdown”) is determined by the exact type of self-devaluation conflict; the degree by the intensity of the conflict. The decalcification of the bone increases the serum calcium levels (compare with hypercalcemia related to the parathyroid glands); the loss of bone marrow that occurs together with the bone osteolysis alters the blood parameters (see Anemia and Leukemia).

Bones & Joints

So, whatever her Psyche was shocked with,( Having watched and read News articles, there is plenty, only she knows for sure) that impacted her brain, affected her body, and now, her body is trying to recover.

My guess is that it seems that she may be stuck in a healing “track” since the tremors are not stopping. But, that is just an off the cuff guess, I have no authority!

For anyone interested, the info on this part of the site can give you a few hours of entertainment if you've ever had any questions about “diseases”….

ALPHABETICAL INDEX

And remember, This is Research for Entertainment Purposes Only.
I have no authority nor license to give any medical, psychological, or life skills advice, I just have information to share, for entertainment purposes only!
 

nature

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My post didn't expect an answer about Merkel's disease, it was a rant against mainstream medecine ;-)
Anyways, I totally agree with what you posted.
 

c.a.

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Mayor of Hockenheim, a city in southwest Germany, was left bloodied and hospitalized after an unknown assailant punched him. Amid a sharp rise in threats to the political elite, one politician has already died. Reports suggest that such attacks are becoming more common.

Dieter Gummer, a member of the notoriously pro-migrant left-wing Social Democratic Party, answered his door on Monday evening to find an unfamiliar face outside. The visitor heavily punched the 67-year-old politician in the face, according to police in nearby Ludwigshafen.

Gummer fell on the floor and hit his head, requiring treatment in hospital. The culprit fled the scene. The attacker was unknown to the mayor and is described by police as a man of slim build, around 40 years old, with dark skin. Police in the southern German town says they’re baffled as to the motive and are “investigating in all directions.”

However, across Germany, rage and violence against public officials are on the rise. Last year, more than 1,200 threats, criminal insults, and acts of physical violence were committed against officials, Leipzig Mayor Burkhard Jung, who also chairs the German Association of Cities, told a meeting of concerned mayors last week. Nearly all German states have reported sharp yearly increases in violence since at least 2017.

At the meeting, the mayors described how rude comments in public and on social media would progress to action. They told of finding the wheel nuts loosened on their cars, discovering rifle cartridges on their doorsteps, and receiving death threats in their mailboxes.

“The people in my administration are afraid to open their doors,” said one Bavarian mayor, quoted by Der Tagesspiegel.“This cannot be.”

For Walter Luebcke, the trend proved fatal. He was shot in the head and killed at his home in the eastern city of Kassel in June. The 65-year-old was a member of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s left-wing Christian Democrats and had reportedly received death threats due to his pro-migrant sentiments. Police arrested 45-year-old Stephan Ernst for the murder a week later and revealed that the suspect had previous convictions, including an attempted pipe-bomb attack on a refugee shelter in Hesse in 1993.

Ernst told police that he acted alone and was motivated by his far-right beliefs. In the aftermath of the murder, Interior Minister Horst Seehofer pinned rising lawlessness in Germany on right-wing extremists, saying that they “have become a real threat for our society.”

The patriotic right, however, points to immigrants as the culprits for rising crime. An Interior Ministry report published in 2018 found that asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants, who represent only two percent of Germany’s population, commit 8.5 percent of the country’s crime. They also commit 14.3 percent of all fatal crimes, 12.2 percent of all sexual offenses, and 9.7 percent of non-fatal assaults. Whatever the cause, Germany’s mayors demand tougher measures in place to tackle the threat of violence against them and their families.

“We must not allow people who work for the community to be treated badly,” Jung said at the meeting last week. A typical politician, he thinks his self-serving profession is more deserving of protection that the public whose vulnerability has been aggravated by a massive increase in non-European migrants.

Side Notes of Great leaders of the Past:
Field-Marshall Erwin Rommel (1891 ~ 1944) was a German general and military theorist. Popularly known as the Desert Fox, the career serviceman served as field marshal in the Wehrmacht (Defense Force) of the Third Reich during World War II, as well as earlier serving in the Reichswehr of the Weimar Republic, and the army of Imperial Germany (1871 ~ 1918).

Rommel was a highly decorated officer in World War I and was awarded the Pour le Mérite for his actions on the Italian Front. In 1937 he published his classic book on military tactics, Infantry Attacks, drawing on his experiences from World War I.

In World War II, he distinguished himself as the commander of the 7th Panzer Division during the 1940 invasion of France. His leadership of German and Italian forces in the North African campaign established his reputation as one of the ablest tank commanders of the war and earned him the nickname der Wüstenfuchs, the Desert Fox. Among his British adversaries, he earned a strong reputation for chivalry, and the North African campaign has often been called a “War Without Hate”. He later commanded the German forces opposing the Allied cross-channel invasion of Normandy in June 1944.

The propaganda of the victors falsely claims that in 1944, Rommel was implicated in the 20 July plot to assassinate Germany’s twice-elected President-Chancellor Adolf Hitler. The story goes that due to Rommel’s status as a national hero, Hitler desired to eliminate him quietly instead of immediately executing him, as many other plotters were.

Rommel was given a choice between committing suicide, in return for assurances that his reputation would remain intact and that his family would not be persecuted following his death, or facing a trial that would result in his disgrace and execution; he chose the former and committed suicide using a cyanide pill. Rommel was given a state funeral, and it was announced that “he had succumbed to his injuries from the strafing of his staff car in Normandy.” This last hyphenated account is the only correct account.

Rommel (2)


The victors’ story of German General Erwin Rommel’s death was a fabricated one constructed by the Allies at the end of the war. Rommel was arguably Germany’s best general of World War II, as well as a famously humane and kind man, and a devout Christian, thus the need to fabricate the circumstances of what happened to him. In fact, the Field-Marshal died as a result of major injuries from a lowly Allied assassination attempt, not due to his being made to commit suicide by Adolf Hitler.
The bogus official story that’s gone down as history was the result of the interrogation and torture (torture was a standard operating procedure with the Allies) of his captured 16-year-old son, Manfred, by the French in one of their camps in April 1945. Strangely, the resulting type-written so-called personal account was in English, which was also a language Manfred Rommel did not even speak.

Magnaminous


General Rommel passed away on the 14th October 1944 from a heart attack brought on by three skull fractures suffered when a Canadian Spitfire strafed his car off the road three months earlier. He made no apologies for his service to the Reich:
“I served my Fatherland to the best of my ability and would do so again.” Credit The Hidden World.

Pour le Mérite
 
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Ursus Minor

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c.a. - I was left a bit puzzled by your combining the fears local politicians feel towards disgruntled voters in today's Germany ("The Situation in Germany"), and a historical assessment of Field-Marshall Ernst Rommel (1891-1944).

Is there a hidden message you wanted to convey to the interested reader? ;-)
 
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