…First, we are crushed under the weight of appalling debt which we must pay off in order to guarantee our “deliverance.” All our gold will not be enough and, if we are given any currency, it will be thanks to a loan with the Bank for International Settlements, which binds us further.” Debt that enslaves us further: this is what we are going through today, it was the logic of the victory of the Allies…
Vincent Reynouard editorials
Globalization Against Nations: A Prophetic Editorial of May 1943
Translation Alison Chabloz
After recalling that, because international capitalism had gone on a crusade to eradicate the Third Reich there would never be any peace compromise, he explained: “What does American capitalism want? To dominate tomorrow’s world markets with the help of its gold reserves. Details of the system envisaged matter little (…). It is always a question of autonomous trade regulation for each country through international banks, thus keeping them under economic supervision.”
Déat warns that: “Every nation under this supervision loses control of its currency, its loan and no longer has the freedom to regulate its trade deals.” Loss of control of one’s own currency: does that remind you of anything?
However, Déat goes further: After analyzing the Anglo-Saxon capitalists’ grand project, he stressed: “It is uniquely a question of dominating and exploiting other countries; nothing to do with bringing them together in a joint effort. (…) The Americans consider themselves the heirs to planetary leadership, in the name of the greatest profits for industry and finance, as well as with the determined aim of placing the entire world under their control.”
And here again, Déat warned: “Imagine the fate of France within this fine system. First, we are crushed under the weight of appalling debt which we must pay off in order to guarantee our “deliverance.” All our gold will not be enough and, if we are given any currency, it will be thanks to a loan with the Bank for International Settlements, which binds us further.” Debt that enslaves us further: this is what we are going through today, it was the logic of the victory of the Allies.
Even if he had not perceived the way in which this slave system would be set up (in particular with Europe centred in Brussels), Marcel Déat did get a lot of things right, starting with nations being placed under guardianship: that is to say “our budget stripped away in foreign countries, according to supranational rules.” “Our trade balance will have to conform to precise rules and we will be penalized automatically in all our foreign trade deals and our very means of existence, if we so much as dare to contravene these custodial instructions.” “Even our agriculture will be subject to strict regulation.” All that reminds you of nothing?
Déat then goes on to unveil the immediate consequence of this, namely, general impoverishment: “As dependents when it comes to our own currency, loans, production and consumption, wages will be calculated on a scale which corresponds to Anglo-American conjuncture. We shall be reduced to a state of slavery, like a new kind of negro”.
Déat then considers our future political world: “We can imagine what will remain of political liberty: puppets will still form governments, for it will be convenient to use them to transmit and enforce orders coming from the financial consortium whose total power will govern our destinies. Enthusiastic docility not instilled by way of fear will be guaranteed and finalized by cheap corruption.”
Then comes, in my view, the most important: the end of Europe via mass immigration and general cretinization. Marcel Déat ends his prophecy as follows: “And, of course, a vast undertaking of rotting the race, biologically and morally, which will develop through the press, literature and cinema. French thought will become a standardized lucubration of miserable slogans. It will be the end of all culture, the lamentable twilight of everything that once represented the honor and greatness of European civilization.” Yes indeed, along with other collaborators well aware of what was at stake, Marcel Déat understood and was able to accurately predict the future.
And he ends his editorial by launching this appeal: “Europe unites and fights in order to disunite. How can Europe’s sons not sense the insolent threat that weighs upon them? Why are they not already roused in unanimous outburst? How can there still be naive and foolish people who refuse continental entente and European solidarity in the name of this ‘freedom’, of which the Anglo-American slave-owners proclaim themselves champions? And will this delirium end only once all our energy is spent and all our remaining force is in tatters?”
Indeed, too attached to their individual freedoms, the peoples of Europe did not understand the rendez-vous they had with history. They did not realize that only Hitler and National- Socialism could save them. Today we are paying the consequences, Europe seems dead, having exhausted its last strength, and the world subjected to stateless finance is heading towards catastrophe.
But do not despair. For even if, to human sight, everything seems lost, we still do not know what Providence holds in store. As far as I am concerned the fight goes on.
Even though the Third Reich was beaten on the ground, the Second World War lingers in our minds. Our opponents understood it well, as can be seen by the way they persecute me and, more generally, how they persecute revisionists. This is because their lies and memory distortions are needed to make believe that in 1939-1945 they represented “civilization”. But today, with their economic system failing, cracks in these lies are starting to show everywhere. Light is being shone on historical truth. Whether in Oradour or Auschwitz, the National-Socialists did not commit the alleged crimes. All this was propaganda for the purpose of justification … And the winners of 1945, in a state of panic, are trying to silence dissenting voices.
In 1943, I would have been 100% alongside Hitler and the Third Reich. For the people, for France and for Europe. Hitler is dead; The Third Reich was annihilated. But in reality, it’s still not over: in 2017, I remain 100% alongside National-Socialism, the only hope for humanity. An updated National-Socialism, reformed and conciliatory. But first and foremost for the people, for France, for Europe and, today, for the world.