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Operation: "Get rid of German President Christian Wulff"

As arsonists of the BILD laid out their bait, they had to be sure that the fire they sought to start would engulf all of Germany, causing quite a panic, and swallowing up so much that finally it was no longer clear who or what was the target of the attack. It started with a report about benefits which German President Christian Wulff is said to have accepted, such as a low-interest loan. The article sounded as if it was the result of weeks of research that had been conducted with thoroughness and precision. The headline led to other research and information, the value of which increased with each additional publication. And the subject went the rounds, and the whole German press ranged between being offended, because it did not have such a wonderful story and outraged at the same time, that a message had been left on the tape of BILD editor Diekmann whose wording did not appear anywhere (at least so far), but which gave Wulff a hint of presumption and a good deal of press restriction, just so much that the press rebelled.

Somewhere in the confusion between lines and advertisement of the newspapers and a TV statement by the President, the readers/viewers formed an opinion. There were those who liked to see Wulff in trouble, then there were those who thought that everyone had probably exploited an advantage sometime in their life, so no one should judge for morally in the Germany of the year 2012. BILD now managed two things: Wulff's image was damaged; Colleagues in German newsrooms were seized by the vanity and protested. The first stage was reached. Everything that Wulff would say from now on would sound like an excuse; the fire (the sensation!) would bring hardly any journalist to the idea of calling the fire brigade to jeopardize the circulation wherever possible? Now came the next step of the plan - to see how the affair would develop and how Wulff would become entangled with justifications of other allegations.

The campaign was continued until Wulff was left with only one resort, namely to resign his office and step down . Whoever was the author of this plan, which we do not know, we regret that there must be such a false use of capacities in Germany.

The Alliance for Democracy has taken the trouble to review the individual steps of the campaign – it is understandable that this list must be based on assumptions, no government official, no editor would want it to be known that he either initiated it or just went along with it. The game "Operation: Get rid of German President Christian Wulff" therefore took its course; and Wulff, who was probably the only player who did not know that it was his own head that was at stake, played to the executioners by exercising his office.

1. At a time when Germany still believed Wulff to be clean, always smiling so cutely, so wise for his age, and so communicative, the ZEIT (Issue 27, of 30.6.2011, p. 3-4) printed an interview entitled: >"Something has gone off the rails" . After reading it, any reader (at least every ZEIT) would probably have believed in the unswerving good in Christian Wulff, the determination to take action against any political sin and all abuse of office. How official Wulff seemed in this article, and how soothing he came over as the saviour of democracy with his fine words; words which led every German to believe that politics was good and useful. And made it possible for the reader to continue to sleep and hand over the responsibility of the citizen to help shape the country to the honourable contender Christian Wulff.

2. Via >Spiegel Online Wulff criticized the ECB and blames the Euro rescuers – a slap in the face for the policy of the Federal Government, but ultimately also of the governments of all the Euro countries.

3. During the presentation "Our Europe must be worth all our efforts" in Lindau on 24th August 2011, Wulff repeatedly distances himself, in front of Nobel Prize winners and young economists from around the world, from the >general European money-wasting policy and critically addresses issues of the day.

4. When >visiting the Bocconi University in Milan, Italy on 14th February 2012 Christian Wulff says in one of his speeches:

"I am not convinced about extending rescue packages time and time again, and providing funds and guarantees seemingly without limit until even strong countries are pushed to their financial limits. I do not share the logic of those who require this. Ever larger alleged defensive walls are no good when the threat comes from within."

5. The Reuters Agency reports on this speech by Wulff under the title: >"Wulff against the extension of Euro rescue packages" and quotes the President as follows: "To print more and more money and accept more inflation can just as little be the answer to the crisis as more and more rescue packages with more and more volume." [...] "This is not least unjust to younger generations." Wulff was publicly referring to Italy's calls to the Federal Republic of Germany that she should make a contribution so that Italy would pay the lowest possible interest rates.

It can be assumed that such statements cause jarring notes, causing all sorts of pain, in the ear of a Chancellor who is in the process of gambling away her image, her party political function, the party itself, taxes, pensions and social subsidies of the Germans in the casino of Europe. What would happen if Wulff were to become really obstructive? And what happens if Wulff motivates/mobilises the concerns existing in the conservative camp - specifically in the CDU – and adversely affects the vote on the ESM and the fiscal pact? Chancellor Merkel cannot risk this. She is much too obsessed with the delusion of being able to rescue the Euro, and has taken refuge in the belief that these two instruments would contribute to this.

Wulff had therefore become dangerous, and unlike the press assumed at the time, Chancellor Merkel came to his aid and stuck to him, because without him she would have been in greater distress than with him, if all the scribblers had overlooked completely that the game was long over, and a Chancellor like Angela Merkel is long prepared and does not forego a decision in an emergency situation. A Chancellor cannot be coerced. She plans, she thinks, she acts, whereby the Alliance for Democracy does not want to claim that Angela Merkel is the genius who concocted the game. We also know that a Chancellor has no time for games, for her only the serious side of life counts.

After all that, it can be assumed that Wulff spoilt Merkel's EU plans with a possible rejection of the signature of the EU Treaty Amendment Act, by which the ESM may be introduced. For laws to come into effect, they require the counter-signature of the Federal President (Art. 82 GG). He would probably have refused to sign, after having come out publicly against the ESM. Unthinkable from the point of view of a Chancellor like Angela Merkel.

The affair came to an end by protocol and the publicly debated gratuity found Wulff's account - a kind of hush-money we assume, that his teammates gave him for his trouble, and which would be the only way out of the game for him. Perhaps he haggled over his gratuity, perhaps it was never at issue that he should not receive it, but one thing is certain: The last part of the game took place without Wulff - now it was a matter of finding a successor, who would have to have the following qualities:

1. He must have a profession or a calling, and nothing to do with the Euro, the Euro rescue package or any other economic intervention.
2. He must be naive enough to believe in peace and freedom, with the will to carry this good news into the future Germany, and be economically so underdeveloped that he would be prepared to give his assent to the fiscal pact or the ESM. 3. He must be older than Wulff, seem more experienced, which could in retrospect still scratch Wulff's image, who did not quite understand things.

As we see, everything is possible in the game of politics. The question always remains who plays, who wins and how high is the stake? Ex-President Wulff has lost, his replacement will not stand against the Government's intentions, as was confirmed in his >inaugural speech, and therefore he can play along and talk a little bit about peace and freedom and otherwise not bother anyone. A good job for a retired cleric, who did his fighting when he was young, and now only does as if he is not at all up to the opposition, because he does not know the rules of their game. He knows plenty about freedom but less about what the average German wants to subsume and understand by the concept of freedom; namely also a Euro whose purchasing power remains stable. He should read the >paper: 'Church - Organ of the Evangelical Church of Berlin-Brandenburg' (No. 33, of 16th August 1992) under the heading "Nothing can remain as it once was. A tough accounting with political >degeneration in the Federal Republic of Germany": There he will hear from a colleague what he is now preparing to represent; all the more so since he will in all likelihood give his blessing to the ESM.

As Federal President, Christian Wulff was a man who knew with the criticism of the ESM how to assume responsibility for the entire German people. Despite the benefits he gladly accepted, he also proved that he wanted no drastically impoverished Germany simply to stick to the idea of a United Europe, which has actually long been the case after the Schengen Agreement by the lifting of national borders.
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