Britannia Versus Greece!!
 

 
I am ALPHA and OMEGA, the beginning and the ending, saith JEHOVAH, which is,
and which was, and which is to come, the ALMIGHTY (Revelation 1:8).
 

If ancient Greece had copyrighted the name Zeus, or registered it as a trademark, that country would not be under financial assault by the Fourth Reich.

Bust of Zeus at the
Bust of Zeus at the
British Museum.

 

If ancient Greece had registered the name Zeus™ as a trademark, and licensed its use, Greece would be the richest country in the world right now.

Instead of Greece borrowing from the BIS (Bank for International Settlements) and the Bank of England, they would be the world's creditors.

Britannia should have a "special relationship" with Greece because they both worship Zeus or Esus.

 
Bust of Jesus at
Bust of Jesus at
the Vatican.

In ancient times the main enemy of the freedom-loving Greeks was the mighty Persian Empire. Today, it is NATO or the British Fourth Reich.

The present Greek crisis began over a century ago when a granddaughter of Queen Victoria married Constantine, the Crown Prince of Greece.

 
In 1889, Crown Prince Constantine of Greece
 
In 1889, Crown Prince Constantine of Greece married Sophia of Prussia–the daughter of Kaiser Frederick and Princess Victoria.

The couple were married in Athens on October 27. 1889 was indeed a fateful year as that was the year of the birth of another of Victoria's grandsons named Adolf Hitler.

Kaiser Frederick III (1831-1888).
Kaiser Frederick III (1831–1888).
Reigned only 99 days.

In 1858, Frederick, Crown Prince of Prussia, married femme fatale Victoria, eldest daughter of Queen Victoria.

In 1888, Frederick became Emperor Frederick III of united Germany or the Second Reich.

Frederick was a man of peace, and after reigning for only 99 days he died of "throat cancer" at the young age of 56.

Princess Victoria (1840–1901).
Princess Victoria (18401901).
Wife of Emperor Frederick III.

The couple had 8 children: Wilhelm, Charlotte, Henry, Sigismund, Victoria, Waldemar, Sophie, Margaret. As well as completely domineering her husband, their mother made sure that all the children were extreme Anglophiles. All of Victoria's children were spies installed at almost every strategic European Court.

Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859–1941).
Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859–1941).
Reigned from 1888 to 1918.

 

In 1881, Crown Prince Wilhelm married his second cousin, Augusta Victoria, of Schleswig-Holstein.

Wilhelm became Kaiser Wilhelm II in 1888 after the timely death of his father.

He was the notorious "Kaiser Bill" of World War I.

 
Augusta Victoria (1858–1921)
Augusta Victoria (1858–1921).
Empress from 1888 to 1918.

The longest reigning Greek monarch was King George I. Originally a Danish prince, George was born in Copenhagen. In 1867, he married a Russian princess, Olga Constantinovna, of the Romanov dynasty.

The democratic Greeks chose a foreigner as king because they believed that no Greek was superior to any other Greek and thus unqualified to rule over them.

Two of his sisters, Alexandra and Dagmar, married into the British and Russian royal families. King Edward VII and Tsar Alexander III were his brothers-in-law and King George V and Tsar Nicholas II were his nephews.

King George I of Greece (1845–1913). King from 1863 to 1913.
King George I of Greece (1845–1913).
Reigned from 1863 to 1913.

 

In 1867, King George I of Greece married 16-year-old Olga Constantinovna of Russia.

The king was the longest reigning Greek monarch.

In 1896, under the king's sponsorship, the modern Olympic Games were born in Athens.

 

 

 
Queen Olga of Greece
Queen Olga of Greece
(1851–1926).

The king had 7 children by his loving Christian wife Olga. Their children could have continued the Romanov dynasty after the Tsar was titaniced but that never happened.

King Edward VII reigned
King Edward VII (1841–1910).
R
eigned from 1901 to 1910.

 

George was the sister of Princess Alexandra of Denmark.

With the blessing of Queen Victoria, the princess marred the Prince of Wales in 1863.

When Bismarck forcefully annexed the Danish territory of Schleswig-Holstein in 1864, Princess Alexandra became a passionate Prussia hater.

When her husband became king in 1901, she urged him to sign an anti-Prussian pact with France called the Entente Cordiale.

 

Princess Alexandra
Princess Alexandra
(1844–1925).

Queen from 1901 to 1910.

King Edward VII (Edward the Caresser) was a lover and not a warmonger. To counter Prussian militarism, his wife, Queen Alexandra, urged him to enter into an alliance with France.

The Entente Cordiale, signed in 1904, obligated the British to come to the aid of the French if invaded again by Prussia. Winston Churchill (son of King Edward), send a token force to France in August 1914 and that led to the British involment in World War I.

King Edward had a timely demise in 1910. Had he lived longer there might not have been a world war. On May 6, 1913, King George was assassinated by a British Secret Service agent named Alexandros Schinas.

King Constantine I (1868–1923).
King
Constantine I (1868–1923).
Reigned from 1913 to 1917.

 

In 1889, Crown Prince Constantine of Greece married Sophia of Prussiathe daughter of Kaiser Frederick and Princess Victoria.

This was the same year that Adolf Hitleranother of Queen Victoria's grandsonswas born.

After the timely assassination of his father, Constantine became king.

 

 

Princess Sophia (1870-1932).
Princess Sophia (1870–1932).
Queen from 1913 to 1917.

Victoria's dynastic marriages had a very definite purpose: surround France with hostile countries, and keep Holy Russia out of the Mediterranean at all costs. The Greeks were allies of the Russians and the Terrible Turks were the main British allies in the Balkans.

The disastrous Greco-Turkish War of 1897

The Greco-Turkish War of 1897, also called the Thirty Days' War and known in Greece as the Black '97 or the Unfortunate War, was a war fought between the Kingdom of Greece and the Terrible Turks, Its immediate cause was the question over the status of the Ottoman province of Crete, whose Greek majority long desired union with Greece. Despite a decisive Ottoman military victory, as a result of the intervention of the Great Powers after the war, an autonomous Cretan State under Ottoman suzerainty was established the following year, with Prince George of Greece as its first High Commissioner.

Constantine was commander-in-chief of the Army of Thessaly in the Greco-Turkish War of 1897, which ended in a humiliating defeat. In its aftermath, the popularity of the monarchy fell, and calls were raised in the army for reforms and the dismissal of the royal princes, and especially Constantine, from their command posts in the armed forces.

The first skirmishes at the Melouna border post, Le Petit Journal.
The first skirmishes at the Melouna border post, Le Petit Journal.
 

Crown Prince Constantine was commander-in-chief of the Greek army during the 1897 Greco-Turkish War.

The war was a disastrous defeat for Greece because the Terrible Turks were supplied with arms and ammunition by the British.

 

 

The Battle of Velestino was fought between Greece and the Terrible Turks.
The Battle of Velestino was fought between Greece and the Terrible Turks.

Additionally, British military advisers worked closely with the Terrible Turks, After the timely assassination of his father, King George I, the Crown Prince became king as Constantine I of Greece.

Greece delayed the Nazi invasion of Russia by 8 weeks!!

Hitler and Churchill's timetable for Operation Barbarossa was the beginning of April 1941. Thanks to the Greeks and Serbs, that invasion was delayed to coincide with Napoleon's invasion date of June 22.

Churchill sent general Maitland Wilson–one of his most aggressive officers–to oversee the "defense" of Greece from the Nazis.

General Maitland Wilson (1881–1964).
General Maitland Wilson
(1881–1964).

The Greeks fought heroically when the Nazis invaded in May 1941.

Churchill sent general Maitland Wilson, with Australian and New Zealand troops, to "defend" Greece.

In another "miracle of Dunkirk," the general succeeded in evacuating most of the troops, leaving vast materiel behind for the Nazis.

Nazis raising the swastika
Nazis raising the swastika
at the Acropolis.

Maitland made sure that the Nazis conquered the country in record time. The Nazi invasion, led by general Kurt Student, began on April 7, 1941, and on April 27 they raised the swastika flag at the Acropolis in Athens.

The Wehrmacht occupied the country until 1944, with troops marauding and looting towns across the entire peninsula.

Even though the Nazi invasion was a success, Hitler had to revive his timetable for the greatest invasion in the history of the world. The world owes the brave Greeks and Serbs an inestimable debt of gratitude for saving Christian civilization from the British Third Reich.
Prince Andrew of Greece was the father of Prince Philip!!

The Third Reich was quintessentially Papal British, and the Germans were their mercenaries to end what they call the Great Schism. Because of the frequent Papal plots, the regular British people always distrusted standing armies, so Parliament knew that their navy alone could never conquer Russia.

Portrait of King George V.
Portrait of King George V.
Reigned from 1910 to 1936.

Upon his ascension to the throne of the Third Reich, King Adolf I was saluted by cousin George and the rest of the "royal family."

Planning for the upcoming war began immediately, with special emphasis given to the development of an atomic bomb.

Had King Adolf acquired the bomb in time, all republics would have vanished from the face of the earth!!

 

 

Portrait of King Adolf I.
Portrait of King Adolf I.

Reigned from 1933 to 1945.

Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark was the seventh child and fourth son of King George I of Greece, and Olga Constantinovna of Russia. He was a grandson of Christian IX of Denmark and father of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Prince Andrew of Greece
Prince Andrew of Greece
(1882–1942).

Prince Andrew of Greece was the father of Prince Philip.

Andrew was a son of the assassinated King George I.

His mother, Princess Alice of Battenberg, was a great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria.

Princess Alice of Battenberg (1885–1969).
Princess Alice of Battenberg (1885–1969).

Princess Alice was a great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria, she grew up in Germany, England and the Mediterranean. She was congenitally deaf. After marrying Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark in 1903, she lived in Greece until the exile of most of the Greek royal family in 1917. On returning to Greece a few years later, her husband was blamed in part for the defeat of Greece in the Greco-Turkish War (1919–1922), and the family were once again forced into exile until the restoration of the Greek monarchy in 1935.

Queen Elizabeth II (b. 1926).
Queen Elizabeth II (b. 1926).
Queen from 1952.

Queen Elizabeth II is a great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria.

Her husband/helper, Prince Philip, is a great-grandson of Queen Victoria.

King Henry was appalled at the very idea of a female ruling England and his lack of a male heir was the genesis of the blessed Reformation in Britain.

Prince Philip (b. 1921).
Prince Philip (b. 1921).
Prince Consort from '52.

In Britannia, all the natural laws of the universe are reversed and the world is turned upside down. JEHOVAH created women as helpers of men . . . and not as rulers to dominate them:

And JEHOVAH Elohim said, "It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him"
(Genesis 2:18).

Here is that same verse about the beginning of the human race from the corrupt Douay-Rheims Version:

And the Lord God said: It is not good for man to be alone: let us make him a help like unto himself
(Genesis 2:18, Douay-Rheims Version).

The Greek word genesis is the name of the first book of the Holy Bible and it means beginning, origin, or birth.

The Greeks are the protectors of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem!!

The Greeks have always been the protectors of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.

By 1800, the GREAT Russian nation had expanded southward to the Black Sea. Georgia–an outpost of the British Empire–was absorbed into the Russian empire.

The Russian navy began to patrol the Mediterranean and the British maritime monopoly was about to end.

The Church of the Holy
The Church of the Holy
Sepulchre in Jerusalem.
 

The present conflict pitting Britannia against the tiny Greek nation is ultimately about control of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.

The Fourth Reich wants to destroy Greece completely and eliminate Russia from the Mediterranean.

 
The lighting of the Holy Fire in the Church
The lighting of the Holy Fire in the Church
of the Holy Sepulchre.

All true Christians should pray daily for Greece that they will return to the true Alpha and Omega–Joshua of Nazareth–and that they all will resist the Fourth Reich with the courage of the Spartans of Thermopylae and Alexander the Great.


 

References

Aronson, Theo. Grandmama of Europe: the Crowned Descendents of Queen Victoria, Cassell, London, 1973.

Clay, Catrine, King, Kaiser, Tsar: Three Royal Cousins Who Led the World to War. Walker & Co., New York, 2006.

Plowman, Jeffrey, War in the Balkans: The Battle for Greece and Crete 1940–1941. Pen and Sword Books, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, UK.

Van der Kiste, John. Kings of the Hellenes: The Greek Kings, 1863–1974. Sutton Publishing, Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK, 1994.


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