As the European debt crisis worsens and Germany faces growing calls to increase its contribution to 'bail out' funds and to return gold bullion stolen from Greece in 1941, there is a growing tide of anger and resentment amongst German people.
The current economic climate has proved to be the icing on the cake for Germany, which only made its last WW1 reparation payment in September 2010 and had been hoping to save enough money to host a future Eurovision Song Contest.
The growing anger and resentment is palpapable and has led to protesters organising themselves into highly disciplined divisions. The command structure has been provided by members of the elitist Merkel Youth. Each division has been stationed in a strategic location in Germany, with strict orders to be ready to roll at an hour's notice.
Rolf Schutzstaffel, a senior protester, told us "This protest is in the greatest tradition of Germany and our divisions have a fine heritage. So far we have the Occupy France, Occupy Poland, Occupy Greece and Occupy Russia divisions. Our newest division, which still has everything to prove, is the Occupy Britain division. They really have their work cut out, but won't be too disappointed if they don't succeed. They won't be the first to have failed".
In a late development, France is understood to being seeking terms with Germany and has offered Monaco as an inducement.