Tuesday, January 13, 2009

The German leopard has not changed its spots

Mindful of dangerous German ambitions - does the Grand Design, the German Plan for World Domination, basically remain the same, with updates?

"No one had more spies in America than the German government. These operatives were wreaking havoc in a country that they desperately wanted to keep out of the war and Wilson was turning the other cheek. German U-Boats sank vessels with American passengers and Wilson lodged protests but kept his hope for peace alive. Several times there was a hint of Germany’s plans to incite Mexico to war with the US but Wilson single-mindedly looked past it. Showing their disrespect for these actions, Germany decided they must chance unconditional submarine warfare on shipping in the Atlantic in order to win the war.

This was to begin on 1 Feb 1917. In order to insure America could not retaliate in Europe, German Foreign Minister Arthur Zimmerman sent a telegram to the Mexican Government offering to give them Texas, New Mexico and Arizona if they would invade the United States. On 17 Jan 1917, Alfred Ewing’s Room 40 team deciphered it and gave the message to England’s Director of naval Intelligence, Sir William Hall. On 5 Feb 1917, they uncovered another dispatch from Zimmerman, directing Mexico to start implementing the plan immediately rather than waiting for the US to declare war. "

- The Zimmerman Telegram (Roger Saunders)

That was then, this is now...

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Jay the German! said...

I sure would like to know more about the Germans and their plans to disrupt the US. Really, I just want to know how to contact the various parties. I'd love to join up with them!

Jeanette said...

I would really like to know the relation of germany and the leopard. Is the leopard historically a symbol of germany?

Please share what you know on this subject :)
thank you!