Lesedauer: 25 Minuten
Financial capitalism is prohibited, at least in Germany. Resistance to it is allowed, at least in Germany.
- error excluded -
Would you look at that! How can something be forbidden when it is practised all around the world to build big towers and sprawling cities, most recently observed in China where entire ghost cities are being constructed.
How can something be simultaneously forbidden and yet be described as “doing God’s work” by an elite banker?
And enabled another American banker to become the owner of a large fleet of private jets, jets that he can only fly one at a time.
How can something be forbidden when the German government was ready to cough up an immense 236 Billion Euros to save it?
How can something that is forbidden finance:
the ravishing of our earth’s ancient forests?
The destruction of cities and countries?
The destruction of Art?
The killing of millions of people, animals and plants?
And even climate change?
Just how can something that is forbidden enrich the top 1% of our society to such an extent that this elite has become capable of buying anything in this world while still gaining more money through their already amassed wealth?
I urge you now to listen closely and be astonished by this fact: financial capitalism is forbidden, at least in Germany.
How can a system, a concept, something we firmly believe in, how can it be forbidden?
Only human behaviour can be made illegal!
We have to establish that a “system”, a “structure” namely “financial capitalism” was brought into existence by humans and continues to survive because of humans.
Let us take a look at an example in the form of Anshu Jain, former CEO of Deutsche Bank.
Anshu Jain, once the leading Master of the Universe,
Explained 5 years ago at a conference addressing the financial elite in Frankfurt that he believes the core function of banks to be the following:
“We take savings and we turn savings into capital is what I believe fundamentally banks do”
And emphasised that:
“It’s at the heart of what banks do.”
So, let us take a closer look at the magnificent process of turning savings into capital.
First, we must ascertain that financial capitalism is not responsible for this wondrous exercise but it is us, "We".
Who are "We"?
That remains to be answered.
We can assume that Mr. Jain was referring to people like himself. Surely his definition of "We" includes his predecessor Dr. A, who himself often referred to "them" as their "Community" and was also selected as their figurehead and public speaker.
Afterall our "still-in-charge" Chancellor Mrs. Merkel threw a big birthday bash for him.
He proved himself worthy of his position and emerged as the saviour of that so called "Community".
Bail-out is the next key word.
As with most bail-outs it was not Dr. A who had to carry the burden of his "community's" financial rescue, but left that tab to be paid off by the common tax payer. This handing down of the bitter debt sludge brewed up by the banks was facilitated by none other than the people voted into government by our populous namely Merkel-Steinbrück.
Perhaps our government has to be included in the banker's definition of "we".
For now, we shall focus on the closer circles of the "we community", or let us just be frank and call them "the Banker's Community".
Who belongs to this community?
That remains to be answered.
Undoubtedly CEO’s I.e. Chief Executive Officers have to be included in this community.
Obviously, a CEO would be unable to complete all the necessary tasks of financial capitalism by himself so he surrounds himself with an army of useful underlings. Advisors, lawyers, notaries, (especially important) accountants, tax consultants, brokers, politicians, lobbyists, government officials, courts, insolvency administrators, bailiffs, police, the list goes on. All of these entities are united under one cause: Make as much money as possible and become a Master of the Universe or at least reach continuous alimentation through their patrons, I.e. their masters.
The list of these members is interchangeable with the list of attendance at Dr. A’s birthday party.
So, let us continue our investigation.
Let us now turn to "Savings" with which Anshu Jain creates "Capital" with the help of his community.
Savings are an amount of money that you have deposited with a bank on which you receive interest over time, a bit of passive income which supposedly does not require any work on your behalf.
At least that is how it used to be, nowadays things are somewhat different:
If you deposited money in a bank today you would have to pay them for the privilige of holding your money, so called negative interest.
For now, we shall return to the good old times of savings and positive interest, back to a time when banks turned savings into capital, or in other words, capitalism.
The main resource a banker like Anshu Jain possesses is therefore savings, and he knows how to use those, otherwise he would never have become the vice chairman.
How do you then turn savings into capital?
Where is the physical location of these savings?
In the safe as hard cash?
This would seem intuitive, at least in the past, back when bank robbery was a big thing.
In old James Bond films you might still catch a glimpse of a safe full of cash.
Back then however banks still held other valuable items such as gold and diamonds.
Nowadays those safes are empty, all of the money is digital and online as can be deducted from one of these magical formulas:
It is exactly because of this circumstance that any clear-headed investment advisor will tell you to put your money into gold and jewels and not give it to the bank.
These savings must still exist somewhere though, right?
In their books?
Nowadays almost all of our money exists as this so called "book money" and not as cash.
Cash is so out of fashion amongst bankers.
There is a chance this dirty cash came from unscrupulous activities, such as the sale of beer and wine or buns and sausages.
In other words:
Cash is not used for the procurement of capital in today’s world.
That we can manifest.
Savings only exist as a number in the bank’s book, not as cash in their safe.
On to our next question then:
How do savings go from the borrower, to the investor to the capitalist?
With that question we have entered the realm of magic.
We have to now establish how it is possible that a borrower can receive money from a bank and yet no savings account is debited with the respective amount.
Has a depositor ever been debited for a certain amount in their passbook and that amount was then passed on to a third-party borrower in the form of credit?
Logically speaking, debit the savings account 1.000 € and then give the borrower a 1.000 € loan into their so-called loan payment account. No can do!
This does not seem to be what banks do.
And we might add, especially not what the Deutsche Bank is up to.
It’s not at the heart of it.
Even the representatives of the financial elite that had the pleasure of being able to listen to Anshu Jain explain this principle on the 28th of May 2013, can believe that the Deutsche Bank is capable of paying out huge loans with just the minute savings deposited in the bank by individuals, which in turn make huge interest which then pays huge salaries and bonuses to their leadership.
Even the head honcho of the German savings banks and giro association remarked that, until he had heard it out of Anshu Jain’s mouth, he had been unaware that the Deutsche Bank was in fact conducting business in a very similar fashion to a traditional savings bank.
Just how then, just how can the Deutsche Bank, “the community”, this coalition of bankers, just how do they pay out loans that are not covered by their customer’s savings?
The answer is:
The number 1.000 is typed into a computer, right into the loan payment account, then they put a currency symbol behind (or in front) of it and – abracadabra – you’ve got yourself some dosh!
And then there was money!
At least as long as you believe the banker’s and the system that they are part of.
Do we all believe it?
There once was a small village in front of the European Central Bank’s building in Frankfurt am Main, run by a small band of insurgents, the Occupy Wall Street movement, or in this case Occupy EZB.
They didn’t believe the fairy tale told by the banks and denounced them as frauds and liars.
They were also lawfully removed, just as intended by the system.
The tab for this clean-up was picked up by an infamous estate agent by the name of N. P. who then also bragged about how he used the community’s own book money to bribe 17 of its members which he had quickly turned into cash.
In exchange for this favour he then also received a very generous some of his very own “book money turned cash money” into his loan payment account. Yup, just that simple.
This money emerges from belief, it only functions if people believe it.
If you want to make money in this system, you therefore need to own a bank account, because without one the whole thing doesn’t work, and you also have to strongly believe that the numbers on your screen with a currency symbol behind them do represent real money (and that they are hopefully black). One can buy real material goods with this number, at least in other places that also believe in this system.
Even if these numbers are red you can still make money with them, as long as you own a little plastic card with a little magnetic strip that lets you type little numbers into a machine which then through the magic of bits and bytes delievers hard cash into your hand.
The only requirement is that you have something called a credit limit which tells you exactly how many red numbers you can turn into green numbers and into hard cash.
Anshu Jain was supposedly aware of all this. He just can’t admit it, he cannot admit that a Master of the Universe in in fact a Master of the Void.
The destroyer of the financial industry,
The annihilator of financial capitalism,
The Gorbatschow of financial capitalism.
No, this would mean chaos for this world.
No, no, no, and I reiterate, no.
It makes sense at this point to hold your tongue, and bide your time, for an eventual exit.
No master, no magician anymore. Naked, mortal, and slowly dwindling into the Void.
Anshu Jain abandoned his sinking vessel. He was fired.
Following on from this, his fellow head honchos, now had to endure intense scrutiny by Brussels and all of the fancy new regulations put into place there, as well as having to pay their own negative interest to the central banks. The more complicated, the more intricate these regulations, the better, for they would allow the community to just continue on as they were before, without anything having really changed.
With this they’ve been rather fortunate thus far, no powerful leader, no influential politician has, at least not publicly, uttered a single negative word against these number manipulations and that such practises should definitely be illegal.
Well yeah, because that would mean that financial capitalism would be forbidden, at least in Germany.
My fellow lawyers, how could we miss this?
Too much knowledge of the Anglo-American law, too little knowledge of the German
regulatory and criminal law.
This goes beyond any firmly held beliefs.
This monster, this dragon, this inflated madness has no place in Germany!!
The man posing this question, this „Business Lawyer in Debt Strike “, had discovered
that credit transactions and (savings) deposit transactions are prohibited, if it is difficult or even impossible, to attain the credited amounted via cash pay-outs. (§ 3 I Nr.3 Kreditwesengesetz – KWG)!
And he even discovered exactly why these things were prohibited back in 1961:
Section 3 (1) no. 3 KWG is intended to prohibit companies that grant loans by misusing cashless payments.
The particular economic dangers of such institutions lie in the high credit capacity that results from the exclusion or the difficulty of withdrawing cash.
In contrast to normal credit institutions, these companies did not need to have liquid funds available for their obligations and, because they have a particularly high expansion coefficient, could to a much greater extent than the other credit institutions to expand the volume of money and thus disrupt the financial stability of the economy.
While the central bank could counter these dangers by means of credit policy in the case of credit expansions by other credit institutions, this was hardly the case for the companies listed under Section 3 No. 3 KWG.
So much for the legal purpose of Section 3 No. 3 KWG.
This is clear and unambiguous, not subject to legal distortion. It applies 100% to the creation of money out of nothing by commercial banks and savings banks.
But it also means the end of banks as we know them, at least as autonomous carriers of the current payment systems, which do not circulate money in the conventional sense, but only numbers in the form of electronic voltage states. They are merely booking systems that would probably fit into a computer if the bookings were centralized and anonymized.
Shadow banks would then also have no right to exist, and their financial transactions would be even more prohibited.
The publishers of private cryptocurrencies would then also have to be dismissed. Red card. Clear and unambiguous.
The question now is why this rule is still not applied.
Have we, the 99%, become victims of a financial coup in the form of digitisation?
That is the question.
A former insider sees it like this:
The money creation business of Deutsche Bank (and all other banks and also savings banks) is prohibited, at least if they make Fiat Money.
The “community” is not allowed to earn money with it, in particular it cannot demand and enforce interest.
Then the bankers and savings bank directors weren't allowed to take interest on their loans because they hadn't lent any legally produced money ...
And the courts were not allowed to award interest ...
Redistribution via interest from the bottom up
No no no. That’s not where we are going.
Maybe in paradise. No no no.
Mr. Anshu Jain couldn't be wrong, he is a Master of the Universe!
He also came from London and didn't speak German.
In England, lending money made out of nothing (thin air) may have been allowed.
And probably nobody had told him that his turning of savings into capital was prohibited in Germany.
Otherwise he would have been arrested and detained immediately.
Because if you conduct prohibited credit transactions in accordance with § 3 I, especially in accordance with § 3 I No. 3 KWG, you will be criminally punished.
Section 54 of the Banking Act (KWG) states that.
A boss of the Deutsche Bank a criminal, a really big one?
No this cannot be.
A mistake in the ban? In retrospect?
In any case, the community had recognized their Achilles' heel after this biggest industrial accident in the history of banking and immediately started pulling teeth at section 3 KWG and making it inapplicable for German courts.
2 new paragraphs were quickly added, which are incomprehensible for every member of the Bundestag and every official of the Ministry of Finance, including the minister, for the sheep (synonymous with people) anyway and somehow the purpose is to make any exceptions to the prohibitions in § 3 para. 1 KWG in the name of horribly incomprehensible banking supervision guidelines cooked up in the Brussels guideline kitchen, at least for special-purpose companies, where the depositors and investors give some money in order to get a claim for money loans in much larger amounts.
Was Anshu Jain possibly the chief of a "special-purpose company", at least for the major shareholders, large investors and large bond buyers ("donors") of Deutsche Bank?
Have they opened up credit facilities, credit drawing rights from FIAT MONEY (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fazilit%C3%A4t) to a large extent???
(1) Prohibited are
the operation of the deposit business if the group of depositors consists mainly of employees of the company (company savings banks) and no other banking transactions are carried out that exceed the scope of this deposit business;
the acceptance of sums of money if the majority of the donors have a legal right to be granted loans from these sums of money or to obtain items on credit (special-purpose savings companies); this does not apply to building societies;
the operation of the credit business or the deposit business, if it is excluded by agreement or business practice or is considerably more difficult to dispose of the loan amount or the deposits by cash withdrawal.
(2) CRR credit institutions and companies that belong to a group of institutions, a financial holding group or a mixed financial holding group to which a CRR credit institution belongs, shall conduct the business mentioned in sentence 2 after 12 months after exceeding one of the following thresholds prohibited if:
In the case of CRR credit institutions and groups of institutions, financial holding groups or mixed financial holding groups which include a CRR credit institution and which account for a CRR credit institution according to international accounting standards within the meaning of Section 315e of the Commercial Code, the financial assets classified in the categories as available for trading purposes and for sale Within the meaning of Article 1 in conjunction with number 9 IAS 39 of the Annex to Regulation (EC) No. 1126/2008 of the European Commission of November 3, 2008 in the currently applicable version as of the balance sheet date of the previous financial year exceed the value of EUR 100 billion or, if the balance sheet total of the CRR credit institution or the group of institutions, financial holding group or mixed financial holding group to which a CRR credit institution belongs has reached at least EUR 90 billion as of the reporting date of the last three financial years, 20 percent of the balance sheet total of the CRR credit institution, the group of institutions, financial holding group or mixed financial holding group to which a CRR credit institution belongs, of the previous financial year, unless the transactions are conducted in a financial trading institution within the meaning of Section 25f (1),
in the case of other CRR credit institutions and groups of institutions, financial holding groups or mixed financial holding groups to which a CRR credit institution belongs, which are subject to the accounting of the Commercial Code, the trading portfolio in accordance with Section 340e (3) of the Commercial Code and the liquidity reserve in accordance with Section 340e (1) sentence 2 positions attributable to the German Commercial Code as of the reporting date of the previous financial year exceed EUR 100 billion or, if the balance sheet total of the CRR credit institution or the group of institutions, financial holding group or mixed financial holding group to which a CRR credit institution belongs, on the reporting date of the last three Fiscal years each reached at least 90 billion euros, 20 percent of the total assets of the CRR credit institution, the institutional group, financial holding group or mixed financial holding group to which a CRR credit institution belongs, exceeding the previous fiscal year (I) because the transactions are conducted in a financial trading institution within the meaning of section 25f (1).
Transactions are prohibited according to sentence (1)
Credit and guarantee transactions with:
proprietary trading within the meaning of Section 1 (1a) sentence 2 number 4 letter d with the exception of market making activities within the meaning of Article 2 paragraph 1 letter k of Regulation (EU) No. 236/2012 of March 14, 2012 on short sales and certain aspects of credit default swaps (OJ L 86, 24.3.2012, p. 1) (market making activities); the authorization of the Federal Agency to regulate individual cases in accordance with paragraph 4 sentence 1 remains unaffected.
The transactions within the meaning of sentence 2 do not fall under:
Transactions to hedge transactions with customers other than AIF or management companies within the meaning of sentence 2 number 2;
Transactions that serve the interest, currency, liquidity and credit risk control of the CRR credit institution, the group of institutions, the financial holding group, the mixed financial holding group or the association; a network in this sense is formed by institutions which belong to the same institutional protection system within the meaning of Article 113 (7) (c) of the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms;
Transactions in the service of the purchase and sale of long-term investments as well as transactions that are not concluded for the purpose of using existing or expected differences between the purchase and sale prices or fluctuations in market prices, prices, values or interest rates in the short term, in order to do so To make profits.
(3) CRR credit institutions and companies that belong to a group of institutions, a financial holding group or a mixed financial holding group to which a CRR credit institution belongs and that exceed one of the threshold values in Section 3 (2) sentence 1 number 1 or number (2)
within six months after exceeding one of the threshold values, using a risk analysis to determine which of their transactions are prohibited within the meaning of paragraph 2 sentence 1, and
within 12 months after exceeding one of the threshold values, to terminate the already conducted prohibited transactions determined in accordance with sentence 1 number 1 or to transfer them to a financial trading institution.
The risk analysis according to sentence 1 number 1 must be plausible, comprehensive and comprehensible and must be documented in writing. The Federal Agency may extend the period under sentence 1 number 2 in individual cases by up to 12 months; the application must be justified.
(4) The Bundesanstalt may belong to a CRR credit institution or a company that belongs to a group of institutions, a financial holding group or a mixed financial holding group to which a CRR credit institution also belongs, regardless of whether the transactions according to paragraph 2 are valued Paragraph 2 sentence 1, prohibit the following transactions and order that the transactions be discontinued or transferred to a financial trading institution within the meaning of § 25f paragraph 1 if there is concern that these transactions, in particular measured in terms of other business volume, income or on the risk structure of the CRR credit institution or the company belonging to a group of institutions, a financial holding group or a mixed financial holding group to which a CRR credit institution also belongs, the solvency of the CRR credit institution or the company belonging to an institution group, one Financial holding group or a mixed financial holding group that belongs to a CRR credit institution also belongs to the risk:
Market making activities;
other transactions within the meaning of paragraph 2 sentence 2 or transactions with financial instruments that are comparable in nature to the transactions of paragraph 2 sentence 2 or sentence 1 number 1 in terms of risk intensity.
If ordered in accordance with sentence 1, the Federal Agency must give the institute a reasonable period of time.
(+++ § 3: For application see § 64w +++)
(+++ § 3 para. 2 and 3: For application from 1.7.2015, see § 64s para. 2 sentence 1 +++)
(+++ § 3 para. 4: For application from 1.7.2016 see § 64s para. 2 sentence 2 +++)
The revealing legislative history can only be seen at dejure.org:
Version based on the law to supplement the financial services supervision law in the area of measures in the event of threats to the stability of the financial system and to change the implementation of the residential property credit directive (Financial Supervision Law Supplement) of 06.06.2017 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 1495), which came into force on 10.06.2017 available
Come into effect
Law to supplement financial services supervision law in the area of measures in the event of threats to the stability of the financial system and to change the implementation of the residential property credit directive (Financial Supervision Supplement Act)
Law to strengthen the non-financial reporting of companies in their situation and group management reports (CSR guideline implementation law)
Law to shield risks and to plan the reorganization and processing of credit institutions and financial groups
The working paper by Geldhahn zu, with which it was clearly stated that the banks (and savings banks) operate money creation from nothing via credit and that is p r o h i b i t e d, came from January 2013.
Therefore the changes could be lobbyist laws, bought with book money out of nowhere.
In other words, a thoroughly useless and therefore void legislation?
A loophole for the chiefs of the community?
Well, this question should be looked into.
Mr. Bierdeckel-Merz is certainly able to explain this to us in a few words. Or is he?
You should definitely consult him as an expert in banking interests.
Or would you prefer to remain a good sheep and be shorn regularly?
Perhaps a skilful defense against this hopefully last attack by the "community" on common sense and our hard-earned deserves will finally succeed.
It's worth a try!
With more democracy, directly, by vote, especially by referendum and referendum, e.g. according to the revised Art. 124 Hess. Constitution.
And just a little courage for the truth.
The Hessian constitution recently confirmed by the Hesse also contains an Art. 41 No. 2, which can be used as a steep template for the enforcement of the ban according to § 3 No. 3 KWG = sovereign money reform:
(1) With the entry into force of this constitution
transferred into common property: mining (coal, potash, ores), the iron and steel industry, the energy industry and the transport system linked to rails or overhead lines;
supervised or managed by the state: the major banks and insurance companies and those companies mentioned in section 1, whose registered office is not in Hesse.
(2) A law determines the details.
(3) Anyone who is the owner of a company subsequently transferred to common ownership or is entrusted with its management must continue to act as the trustee of the state until implementation laws are enacted.
The "law" is still missing! That would be something for an effective referendum, a legislative initiative that helps Section 3 (1) KWG and Section 54 KWG to apply without restriction.
In Hesse, Section 3 No. 3 I KWG and Section 54 KWG apply without restriction.
3 II - III KWG are not applicable.
Then the constitutionally unsustainable assertion of the "community" and its lawyers could also be taken away from the sails that the "privilege" of money creation is based on "customary law" or is
"Provided by German law."
As the Bundesbank claims without further explanation and specification of the legal norms from which this should result, there is no direct legal regulation. Banking is governed by German law
After all, all state authority emanates from the people (Art 20 II GG), at least according to the ideal of constitutional law, which contains the highest legal norms to which everyone must abide, including bankers and judges (via bankers) and representatives of the authorities (as controllers of the Banker).
In any case, this Michael Kohlhaas, this Don Quixote, this business lawyer in debt strike, dared to abide by the constitution, Art 20 GG, law and law, and
Gentlemen, commercial lawyers, why did you suddenly start tinkering with these prohibitions in § 3 KWG, making them toothless???
The civil servant German lawyers in the Ministry of Finance and also in Brussels are without international training and professional experience in major international law firms, without "LL.M." ("Master of Laws" https://www.wirtschaftsrecht-studieren.com/infos/master-of-laws/) not at all able to bring about such legal formulations!
Which major international law firm is behind it? Freshfields maybe? The public prosecutor's office in Frankfurt am Main has just searched and confiscated suspected involvement in money laundering and tax evasion in connection with the CUM-Ex transactions.
So, now to make it clear to you what money is used to pay for such exploits:
Money from nothing
Creation of money from nothing by your clients is however p r o h i b i t e d and c r i m i n a l, at least in Germany, according to German law.
You have known this since January 2013 at the latest. Errors are therefore impossible.
Since then, the working paper "No right to create money" has been distributed on the website www.geldhahn-zu.de and by this Michael Kohlhaas also through direct correspondence with the responsible ministries at European, federal and state level, banking supervisory authorities and a variety of courts Distributed on all levels and, with your assistance, produced responses to them and made judgments by courts which unfortunately were characterized by a high degree of ignorance, unwillingness to ignore, disregard for "law" and dishonesty.
You can change that. It's not too late yet. But soon it may be too late.
Do you want to take responsibility for the results of your exploits?
No longer hide behind alleged conflicts of interest. Blame confidentiality. Blame too much work. Value your own career, family, friends, hobbies more than anyone else’s. Have a different legal opinion?
These are the questions that everyone now has to answer for themselves. With his or her conscience.
Then it should no longer be difficult to classify your clientele, the “community”, the association of bankers, as what it represents under criminal law in accordance with Section 129 of the Criminal Code:
a criminal organization and its chiefs as the responsible perpetrators
in flowery sociological German called "plundering circle" (Aaron Sahr, Keystroke capitalism, p. 111)
(1) The prison sentence of up to five years or a fine shall be imposed on anyone who establishes an association or participates in an association as a member, the purpose or activity of which is aimed at the commission of offenses which pose a maximum sentence of at least two years are. 2 Anyone who supports such an association or recruits for members or supporters is punished with imprisonment of up to three years or a fine.
(2) An association is a long-term association of more than two persons, organized for the purpose of pursuing an overarching common interest, by defining roles of the members, the continuity of membership and the structure of the organization.
The crimes committed by the members of the community and their helpers on a daily basis are a tour of white-collar crime, especially secondary criminal law.
You start with a so-called incorrect presentation (falsification of the balance sheet), namely the money creation process (with the trick of extending the balance sheet), § 331 I HGB,
Hand in hand with prohibited money / credit creation out of nowhere, § 3 I No. 3 KWG (misuse of cashless payment transactions by posting the loan amount on the loan payment account as money), come the outrageously high interest rates customers were forced to pay on loans based on non-existent funds § 291 StGB (by the way Adair Lord Turner called "economic pollution", https://press.princeton.edu/titles/10546.html).
Are continued by fraudulent practises up of valuable collateral (land charges) by pretending to be lending real money (cash = full money), Section 263 of the Criminal Code and bribery and / or coercion of notaries to log enforcement submission clauses via brokers, advisers, brokers and lawyers to prepare for foreclosures and forced administrations against delinquent credit customers for expropriation without compensation until they are destroyed (in my opinion, the biggest crime), §§ 332, 334, 240 StGB,
Coercion, theft, robbery, extortion, predatory theft and predatory extortion through misuse of courts and bailiffs, forced administrators, first-time administrators, insolvency administrators and police officers as tools, i.e. in indirect offense §§ 240, 250, 252, 253, 255, in conjunction with. § 25 I 2. Alt. StGB (the offense "committed by another").
It then continues with tax evasion in unbelievable magnitudes by hiding the exorbitant profits from the creation of money from nothing (so-called seigniorage) by means of a balance sheet extension, § 370 AO, as well as participation in money laundering of the large customers who have received prohibited financing with punishable methods by pretending to give loan payments to foreign accounts, the repayment of which does not have to be made according to the agreement and is not enforceable in court, § 261 StGB.
Last but not least, there is incitement to prevent criminal prosecution in office, §§ 258a, 26 StGB through illegal party donations.
If things go wrong, you want to be saved, and then you are saved by rabbit feet and those dependent on patronage at the expense of the tax-paying “people”.
By the way, you can defend yourself against this. That is allowed in Germany, it is called resistance, Art 20 IV GG.
(1) The Federal Republic of Germany is a democratic and social federal state.
(2) 1. All state power emanates from the people. 2. It is exercised by the people in elections and votes and through special organs of legislation, executive power and jurisprudence.
(3) Legislation is subject to the constitutional order, executive power and case law are bound to law.
(4) All Germans have the right to resist anyone who undertakes to abolish this order if no other remedy is possible.
This is even mandatory in Hesse, Art 146 Hessian constitution.
(1) It is everyone's duty to stand up for the existence of the constitution with all the forces at his disposal.
(2) The law determines which rights from this constitution can be revoked by a decision of the State Court if someone has violated this obligation or has belonged to or belonged to a political group that combats the basic ideas of democracy.
I have therefore registered again in Hessen to fulfil my duty as Hesse.
The anti-democratic board of directors of the Frankfurt am Main Bar Association with its president are an association that fights against the basic idea of democracy.
The Hessian State Court must therefore revoke the right to intervene in the professional freedom of the compulsory members of the Frankfurt am Main Bar Association, immediately, ex tunc.
Money is supposed to serve
Money should serve, not rule,
It should serve
The real community,
Us and YOU.