For nearly two years, we have noticed that the German Central Bank has gradually recovered its gold stocks abroad.
The 3,381 tons of gold which the Bundesbank owns represent the second largest gold reserves in the world after that of the United States. Even the Chinese central bank has half of that amount.
Now, Germany is determined to recover its bullion, which is stored worldwide, as quickly as possible.
Why? That is the question which is perplexing the financial community.
The advantage of this maneuver is to be able to quickly, in case of a major monetary imbalance or a major emergency, convert the country’s foreign bullion in which they are stored into Strategic currency like the dollar or the pound.
Although the German economy is the strongest in the Eurozone, the various economic and financial crises have deeply shaken the spirit in Germany, raising fear of the disappearance of the united currency, the end of the monetary union, or the return of the Deutschmark.
Discontent is growing in Germany; citizens are tired of paying for their European neighbors. Indeed, Berlin has constantly taken out the checkbook to support them.
In the various polls asking the question: “Do you support Germany’s exit from the Euro Zone?” 60% of Germans responded yes.
As for Angela Merkel and German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble, they are not hiding the fact that the Eurozone is in an existential crisis and that Germany questions its place in the Union.
Despite the lethargy of the Eurozone market and the sanctions against Russia, Germany recently beat the export records. The country also confirmed that the euro zone had nothing to do with the exports growth.
We must not forget that German products and companies are mainly acclaimed for their quality and craftsmanship. This is what made this country’s reputation. Even in case of currency depreciation, the Germans will continue to export products.
German companies are very well established in emerging countries (which is not the case for the rest of Europe), which offers high growth potential in the future.
If Germany left the Eurozone, short-term exports would fall but certainly not collapse. In order to revive growth momentum, it would be enough to make a competitive reduction of their currency…. The weakness of the Euro has also enabled Germany to achieve export records.
Economically, we can say that Germany can afford to leave the euro zone even if there are risks.
It is in this context that the government in Germany has passed a law encouraging its citizens to store water and food supplies for 10 days.
Namely, if leaving the Eurozone becomes a reality, it would plunge the rest of Europe into an unprecedented economic disaster.
The Anti-Zionist Party follows this situation with interest and is concerned about the many warning signs that don’t bode well for the future of the European people.
As long as survivalist groups call for building reserves in case of an economic or military catastrophe, we cried paranoia, but now that a serious and powerful country like Germany is also going in the same direction, it is time to become aware of the seriousness of the current situation and risk facing our country and our people: A situation against which the Anti-Zionist Party has always warned.
Anti-Zionist Party President