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Group.png Christian Democratic Union  
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AbbreviationCDU
Formation26 June 1945
HeadquartersKlingelhöferstraße 8 10785 Berlin
InterestsConservatism
Member ofInternational Democrat Union
The largest political party in Germany.

The Christian Democratic Union is the ruling party of Germany. It is affiliated with the Christian Social Union in Bavaria.

Politicians

 

Party Members

PoliticianBornDiedDescription
Konrad Adenauer5 January 187619 April 1967German (deep?) politician, CDU leader
Rainer Barzel20 June 192426 August 2006German politician who attended the 1965 Bilderberg
Elmar Brok14 May 1946lobbyist and European parliament politician
Karl Carstens14 December 191430 May 1992German politician who attended the 1971 Bilderberg and caught a Bilderberg wind; became a member of the Bundestag in 1972. German President 1979-1984
Ludwig Erhard4 February 18975 May 1977Single Bilderberg, West German Minister for Economics for 14 years during the German "economic miracle".
Walter Hallstein17 November 190129 March 1982Bilderberg, President of the European Commission
Karl-Uwe von Hassel21 April 19138 May 1997
Bruno Heck20 January 191716 September 1989
Philipp Jenninger10 June 19324 January 2018Spooky german politician
Walther Kiep5 January 19269 May 2016Politician, financial fraudster, perjurer, attended 4 Bilderbergs from 1974 to 1980
Kurt Georg Kiesinger6 April 19049 March 1988Five early Bilderbergs, German Chancellor. Possible tool of the BND
Roland Koch24 March 1958German politician
Helmut Kohl3 April 193016 June 2017
Horst Köhler22 February 1943Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, then (ceremonial) President of Germany, where he had to resign after supporting gunboat diplomacy.
Norbert Lammert16 November 1948
Ursula von der Leyen8 October 1958Bilderberger President of the European Commission promoting Vaccine passports
Thomas de Maizière21 January 1954Promoter of global surveillance, permanent state of emergency
Werner Marx15 November 192412 July 1985Spooky German politician, Le Cercle, Psychological warfare specialist, later leader of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee
Angela Merkel17 July 1954German deep state operative who aggressively pushed COVID-19 vaccines.
Philipp Mißfelder25 August 197913 July 2015Super-transatlantic German politician, YGL/2014, who died of a pulmonary embolism in 2015
Claudia Nolte7 February 1966German politician of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU)
Günther Oettinger15 October 1953Attended the 2018 Bilderberg as European Commissioner for Budget and Human Resources, while at the same time host for yearly lobbyist conference.
Peter Petersen30 October 192617 March 2005German politician from the CDU who attended the January 1984 Le Cercle meeting.
Norbert Röttgen2 July 1965Bilderberg German politician who blamed people who declined vaccines for a divided society
Volker Rühe25 September 1942German Defence Minister, 5 Bilderbergs, Atlantik-Brücke, suspected Deep state operative
Wolfgang Schäuble18 September 1942
Jens Spahn16 May 1980Single Bilderberger German Minister of Health, Pharma lobbyist & suspected deep state tool
Gerhard Stoltenberg29 September 192823 November 2001German politician
Stanislaw Tillich10 April 1959Minister-President of Saxony 2008-2017. In 2018 he co-chaired the German government's Coal Commission tasked to make a plan to phase out coal.
Richard von Weizsacker15 April 192031 January 2015German deep state functionary?
Matthias Wissmann15 April 1949
Christian Wulff19 June 1959WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/1995. President of Germany from 2010 to 2012, when he resigned, facing the prospect of prosecution for allegations of corruption.

 

Related Document

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Document:Why Angela Merkel has lasted so longArticle30 July 2021Wolfgang Streeck2 months before the September 2021 elections in which Angela Merkel will retire as Chancellor, a German economic sociologist writes as to why and how she has been able to hold onto power in Germany for so long after an unprecedented 16 years in power.


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