THE CITY OF CONSTANTINOPLE—FOUNDED BY EMPEROR JESUS CONSTANTINE—WAS KNOWN
IN RUSSIA AS TSARGRAD....IN MARCH 2014, THE REAL PRESIDENT PUTIN WAS ASSASSINATED
AND REPLACED WITH A LOOK-ALIKE NAMED VLADIMIR PUTIN PASHA!!

Jesus Constantine was born in one of the darkest places in the ancient world. Eburacum, Britannia, now called York, England, was considered the end of the then known world. So wicked were the Eburacum Romans that the wild Caledonian tribes to the north attacked them constantly in order to push them south. In 122, Emperor Hadrian built a colossal wall across the island to keep them from attacking the wicked Roman fortress.


Constantine arrayed with a
crown like Apollo.
 

Jesus Constantine, born in Eburacum, Britannia, believed that he was the incarnation of the pagan sun god Apollo. All his statues showed him wearing an arrayed crown on his massive head.

The Roman Senate refused to grant him a crown so he built a new capital at Byzantium.

Apollyon "Destroyer" is the name of the Angel of the Bottomless Pit (Apocalypse 9:11).

 

A lofty naked statue of Constantine as
Apollo dominated Constantinople.

If the Senate had given in to his bribes and threats, he would have been the first king in Roma since Tarquinius Superbus "Tarquin the Proud." Like a spoilt child not getting his own way, the OBSTINATE Emperor built a new capital at Byzantium and named it after himself.

His soaring column and statue of Apollo at Constantinople had a piece of the "true cross."

There are no words in any language to describe how wicked that "First Christian Emperor" really was. That fake even counterfeited Saint Paul's conversion, when he claimed to have seen a vision at noonday of a cross in the sky, and a voice that said In Hoc Signo Vinces or "with this sign, conquer." The greatest HOAX in the entire history of the world was Constantine substituted for Christ.

Winston Churchill was the real father of Russian Communism!!

Berserk bulldog Winston Churchill was the real father of Soviet Communism that convulsed the flat earth for almost 70 years. In 1941, his cousin Adolf Hitler used the threat of Communism to invade the Soviet Union. That conflict led inevitably to the Cold War, which almost destroyed the entire earth twice: Once during the Cuban Missile Crisis, and again following the assassination of President Kennedy. The world also came close to a nuclear conflict when the British Cleopatra occupied the White House in 1986.


The Terrible Turks breaching the
walls of Constantinople.
 

New Roma or Constantinople–the queen of cities–fell to the Terrible Turks on May 29, 1453.

The invention of gunpowder cannon led to the breaching of the massive walls and the fall of the city.

As usual, the Terrible Turks went berserk and a horrible massacre ensued.

 
Sultan Mehmed II (1449-1481). Conqueror of Constantinople.
Sultan Mehmed II (1449–1481).
Conqueror of Constantinople.

As proof of his triumph over Orthodox Christianity, the first thing Sultan Mehmed did was turn Hagia Sophia (Holy Wisdom) into a MOSQUE. That was the end of New Roma, but it was not the end of the Orthodox Church, because they just moved to Moscow.

Zoe Palaiologina (1455-1503).
Zoe Palaiologina (1455–1503).
Wife of Ivan from 1472 to 1503.
 

Emperor Constantine IX was the last Emperor of Constantinople and Zoe Palaiologina was his niece.

In 1472, she married the Grand Duke of Moscow, Ivan III.

Due to her influence, Moscow became the 3rd Roma, and depository of the Orthodox faith.

 

 
Ivan the Great. (1440-1505).
Ivan the Great. (1440–1505).
Reigned from 1462 to 1505.

The Greeks who fled from Constantinople saw themselves as refugees, driven from their true home by the Terrible Turks, and they were determined to return.


Ivan the Greatest (1530–1584).
Tsar from 1533 to 1584.
 

Ivan IV was the grandson of Ivan the Great.

During his long reign the most momentous events in world history happened in Europe.

In 1568, Sultan Selim II (son of Suleiman I and Roxelana) initiated the first clash between Holy Russia and the Terrible Turks.

 

 

Sultan Selim II (1524 –1574).
Sultan from 1566 to 1574.

That was the beginning of the Russo-Turkish wars that would convulse Europe for centuries . . . and continue right up to the present day.

The British Levant Company financed the Terrible Turks in Constantinople!!

While all of Europe was living in terror of the Turks, the British government was financing them. The British rediscovered their ties to Constantinople during the "King's Great Matter," or his divorce from Catherine of Aragon. By that time, Constantinople was Muslim, but there is no real difference between the worship of Apollo and Mohammed. Apollo was the sun god and his twin sister Artemis was the moon goddess.

The mastermind of the "special relationship" between Britannia and Constantinople was William Cecil, Queen Elizabeth's secretary of state.


William Cecil
(1520–1598).
 

The British rediscovered Jesus Constantine during the reign of King Henry VIII.

In 1580, William Cecil (Lord Burghley) ordered Shake-speare to establish diplomatic relations with the city.

That "diplomatic mission" was only a cover for the Levant Company to supply money and arms to the Sultan.

 

 

 

Elizabeth I (1533–1603).
Queen from 1558 to 1603.

The British Knights Templar had several gold mines in the New World. One of the most productive was in the present day state of Michigan!

Even though the multinational corporation known as the Knights Templar was suppressed in France, it was business as usual in England. The Templar's incredible wealth came from well-concealed gold mines in the present day United States and Canada:

In 1575, Edward Osborne and Richard Staper, distinguished members of London's merchant community, sent their agents to Constantinople to explore the possibility of establishing commercial relations with the Ottoman Empire. The representatives of the two merchants obtained permission to reside and the commitment of the Ottoman authorities to allow and protect English trade within their dominion. A few years later, in 1580, the concessions granted to the English merchants were confirmed in an official document signed by Queen Elizabeth I and Sultan Murad III. (Vlami, Trading with the Ottomans, p. XI).

Because England was at war with Spain at that time, a formal alliance was proposed between the Sultan and Elizabeth.


Sir Francis Walsingham
(1532–1590).
 

Spymaster Sir Francis Walsingham was charged with setting up the top secret Levant Company, and arranging for the gold shipments to the Sultan.

Every member of the Company was sworn to the strictest secrecy.

Elizabeth actually proposed a formal alliance with the Sultan because she said that Islam and Protestantism had much in common because they both outlawed images!

 

Sultan Murad III (1546–1595).
Sultan from 1574 to 1595.

It is not an exaggeration to say that the Court of the "Virgin Queen" was just as depraved and corrupt as the Court of the Sultan in Constantinople.

The Tsars ultimate objective was always Constantinople!!

Peter the Great was one of Holy Russia's greatest Tsars. A giant in statue and intellect, there was no subject he could not master.


Peter the Great (1672
1725).
Tsar from 1682 to 1725.
 

The Terrible Turkish fortress of Azov stood in the way of the liberation of Constantinople.

The Tsar was determined to capture it no matter what the cost.

He built an armada of ships on dry land and then floated them down the River Don.

 

Building the fleet on dry land for the capture of Azov.

The Avoz Campaign of 1695-96 was one of the most brilliantly executed plans that ever flowed from the fertile brain of the Tsar. The Terrible Turks were encompassed via land and sea, and the fortress soon had the double-headed eagle flying overhead. After the Terrible Turks surrendered, there was no wholesale slaughter as always accompanied the Turkish conquests. Naturally, all the slaves were freed and the mosques were converted back into churches.


Catherine the Great (1729
1796).
Reigned from 1762 to 1796.
 

Russia's longest reigning female monarch also set her sights on Constantinople.

In 1783, she annexed the Crimea, which gave her ships access to the Black Sea.

The Siege of Ochakov was one of the bloodiest battles that Russia ever fought against the Terrible Turks.

 

The Siege of Ochakov in Dec. 1788.

Casualties on both sides were horrendous; almost 10,000 Terrible Turks were killed, and almost 5,000 were taken prisoner. Holy Russia lost almost 1,000 killed and almost 2,000 wounded.

After the great victories of Mother Russia over the Terrible Turks, it soon became obvious to their British ally that they would have to intervene directly if they were going to stop the liberation of Constantinople. Their most unlikely ally was Napoleon III. The British were so insensible that they celebrated Trafalgar Day in the presence of the French soldiers.


Tsar Nicholas I (1796
1855).
Tsar from 1825 to 1855.

 

During the First Crimean War, the French joined their deadly enemy to wage war on Mother Russia.

Tsar Nicholas would not stop until his brave men had achieved victory . . . so he was assassinated by poisoning in St. Petersburg.

 


Russian troops defending Sevastopol against
the suicidal Charge of the Light Brigade.

The First Crimean War was a terrible humiliation for Mother Russia. Tsar Alexander II, who succeeded the assassinated Tsar Nicholas I, was forced to abandon Sevastopol, and his ships were barred from the Black Sea and the Mediterranean.

In 1878, Tsar Alexander II was forced to stop within sight of Constantinople!!

Tsar Alexander II was one of the greatest Tsars in the glorious Romanov dynasty. He was the Abraham Lincoln of Russia, and he saved the Union during the Civil War. Like President Lincoln, he was also assassinated.

Tsar Alexander II (1818–1881).
Tsar Alexander II (1818–1881).
Tsar from 1855 to 1881.
 

Tsar Alexander II saved the Union from a British invasion during the Civil War.

In 1867, he sold Alaska to the United States!!

In 1876, Serbia, Romania, and Bulgaria united to throw off the Terrible Turkish yoke of tyranny.

Their small armies were no match for the Terrible Turks, so Tsar Alexander II declared war on the Ottomans.

 

 

Terrible Turkish Tower of Bulgarian
skulls at Stara Zagora.

Casualties were horrendous on both sides, but the Russians prevailed against incredible odds. The Turks surrendered to the Russians but no Russian would ever surrender to the Turks because he knew the unspeakable Turkish tortures that awaited him.

The Terrible Turkish army and navy were commanded by British officers.


Valentine Baker Pasha
(1827–1887).
 

A Briton named Valentine Baker Pasha commanded the Terrible Turkish army.

Another Briton named Hobart Pasha commanded their navy.

The Turks were supplied with the latest Winchester repeating rifles which the British obtained from the U.S.

 

Hobart Pasha
(1822–1886).

Those 2 Britons made sure that the Terrible Turks were equipped with state of the art weaponry used during the U.S. Civil War. The Russians were at a great disadvantage because they used the old-fashioned muzzle loading rifles. Nevertheless their bravery and tenacity brought them within sight of Constantinople.


Grand Duke Nicholas
(1831–1891).
 

Under the Tsar, Grand Duke Nicholas was commander of the Russian army.

He halted within sight of victory and Constantinople, and the great prize slipped out of Russian hands.

Subsequent history showed that it was an unmitigated disaster for the entire world.

 

The Russians halted within
sight of Constantinople.

Because the Grand Duke halted before his objective was obtained, the British Islamic Empire mobilized to prevent the liberation of Constantinople. Under pressure from the British, Russia accepted the truce offered by the Ottoman Empire on January 31, 1878, but continued to move towards Constantinople.

Benjamin Disraeli sent a fleet of battleships to intimidate Russia from entering the city, and Russian forces stopped at San Stefano. Eventually, both sides agreed to a ceasefire. The Treaty of San Stefano was signed on March 3, 1878, and the Ottoman Empire was forced to recognize the independence of Romania , Serbia, Montenegro, and Bulgaria.

Terrible Turk Benjamin Disraeli threatened Russia with war over Constantinople!!

Terrible Turk Benjamin Disraeli was just spoiling for a fight with Mother Russia, and that opportunity came in January 1878.


Benjamin Disraeli
(1804–1881).

Prime minister from 1874 to 1880.
 

In January 1878, Disraeli sent a fleet of battleships to Constantinople.

Duke Nicholas was intimidated by that show of force and he halted within sight of the city.

Austro-Hungary was also mobilizing so Tsar Alexander halted and the great prize slipped out of his hands.

 

 
The happy couple Victoria
The "happy couple" Victoria
and Disraeli.

Most of the common people in Europe were against the Turks but that didn't matter to Victoria and Disraeli. The Russians were so close to their objective but they stopped at a village west of Constantinople called San Stefano.


Signing the Treaty of San Stefano
in March 1878.
 

The Treaty of San Stefano was signed by the representatives of the Terrible Turks and Tsar Alexander.

The Treaty of Berlin, sighed in July 1878, gave the upstart Prussian Otto von Bismarck a prominent role in European affairs.

For the first time, Berlin, and not Paris, became the most important capital in Europe.

 

Otto von Bismarck
(1815–1889).

After their lightning victory over France in 1870, the Prussians united Germany, and for the first time they began to play a prominent role in international affairs. The Treaty of Berlin was designed to maintain the status quo and keep Russia from liberating Constantinople.

The closing of the Dardanelles led to the defeat of the Tsar's armies in WWI

With the war in France at a stalemate, Russia was the only country left in the world fighting to save Christian civilization from Islam. Mother Russia had unlimited manpower but she needed arms and ammunition. That vast country had only 4 outlets to the sea: the Baltic Sea, Archangel on the Arctic Ocean, Vladivostok on the Pacific Ocean, and Crimea. The Baltic Sea was blocked by the Prussians, Archangel was frozen for several months of the year, and the Pacific was 5,000 miles away from the fighting front.

The Bosphorus connects the Sea of Marmara with the Black Sea.
The Bosphorus connects the Sea
of Marmara with the Black Sea.

Russia's only lifeline to the western world was through the Dardanelles.

On Sept. 27, 1914, the Terrible Turks closed the Dardanelles and they remained closed until Germany surrendered in 1918.

That caused the collapse of the Russian front and eventually led to the Bolshevik Revolution.

 
The Dardanelles connects the Sea of Marmara with the Aegean Sea.
The Dardanelles connects the Sea of Marmara with the Aegean Sea.

Winston Churchill made a show of force in opening the Straits, but it was all the worst kind of masquerade and theater of the absurd....They came, they "fought" Johnny Turk, and they left.

Sir George Buchanan
Sir George Buchanan
(1854–1924).
 

Sir George Buchanan coordinated the Revolution from the British Embassy in St. Petersburg.

He was assisted by Ace of Spies Sidney Reilly and Bruce Lockhart.

Vladimir Lenin and his gold train came to Russia via Knights Templar Switzerland!

 
Ace of Spies Sidney Reilly (1873–1925).
Ace of Spies Sidney Reilly
(1873–1925).

Winston Churchill's lifetime obsession was defeating Russia. His Prussian mercenaries would have accomplished that if they had defeated France by September 1914.


Tsar Nicholas II (1868–1918).
Tsar from 1894 to 1917.

After his Russian Revolution, Winston Churchill promised the Tsar and his family a safe conduct to London where he could join cousin George in Buckingham Palace.

He never made it because his whole family was titaniced on the last leg of the voyage.

A British Secret Service agent named Vladimir Lenin replaced the Tsar as ruler of Russia.

 

Vladimir Lenin (1870–1924)
Vladimir Lenin (1870–1924) replaced the Tsar as ruler of Russia.

When the Armistice was signed in November 1918, Churchill was as bellicose as ever. He opposed demobilization, and since the United States was his new ally, he saw an opportunity to invade Russia and overthrow his own Communists.


The Bulldog inspecting British
troops, 1919.
 

Churchill was responsible for the deaths of 250,000 of his own countrymen.

Incredibly, that berserk Briton wanted to raise an army to invade Russia and overthrow his own Bolsheviks.

Most of the soldiers who volunteered were Muslims and Russia was simultaneously invaded from the North, South, and East.


General Frederick Poole (center)
in south Russia, 1920.

That intervention by Churchill and his Muslims actually strengthened the Bolsheviks, as the Russians saw no difference between the British and their previous Prussian invaders:

In fact, the intervention did serve some useful purpose for the Bolsheviks. It enabled them to assert that they were fighting, not a simple civil war, but a larger struggle to defend 'Holy Mother Russia' against the invaders. (Kinvig, Churchill's Crusade: The British Invasion of Russia, 1918–1920).

It was indeed thanks to Churchill that the Bolsheviks consolidated their power and created the Soviet Union. That gave him another chance at defeating Russia when cousin Adolf invaded in 1941.

In March 2014, the real President Putin was replaced by Vladimir Putin Pasha!!

The real Vladimir Putin would have made a great Tsar because he was patriotic and dedicated to rebuilding his country after the disastrous Fall of the Soviet Union. The only thing he lacked was stature. His many enemies derisively called him "The Dwarf." All the Tsars were very tall and majestic, as befitting the rulers of the largest and greatest nation on earth.


The official 2010 President Putin
photo from Wikipedia.
 

In early 2014, a titanic geopolitical battle raged for the very existence of Russia as a nation.

She was about to lose the Ukraine and Crimea and all the work of the Tsars was about to be undone.

In March of that year, President Putin went missing for 10 days, and then reappeared with a different face!

 

President Vladimir Putin Pasha.

The 2 men who were directly involved in the coup d'etat and assassination of President Putin were Prime Minister David Cameron and the British ambassador Timothy Barrow.


David Cameron (b. 1966).
Prime minister from 2010 to 2016.
 

The British Embassy in St. Petersburg was the nest where the egg was hatched that led to the Bolshevik Revolution.

Nothing changed when the Bolsheviks moved the capital back to Moscow.

Only those 2 men know what really happened during the coup d'etat that replaced President Putin with a dopplegänger.

 

Ambassador Timothy Barrow (b. 1964). Amb. from 2011 to 2015.

Only the Day of Judgment will reveal what happened to the real President Putin, but it is highly likely that he was titaniced like Tsar Nicholas II.

In 1923, Turkey became a "Republic" and moved the capital from Constantinople to Ankara. An Islamic "Republic" is an oxymoron because Islam is a fascist, totalitarian system. The leopard cannot change his spots, and calling an Islamic country a "Republic" is like referring to a king as a "Constitutional" monarch.

The Sultan and the Pasha shaking hands
in Ankara, October 2016.
 

Recently, President Vladimir Putin Pasha made several trips to the Turkish capital to consult with Sultan Erdoğan.

Amazingly, the Sultan doesn't recognize Russia's sovereignty over Crimea!!

The millions of Russians who died fighting the Terrible Turks are turning in their graves right now!

 

 

The Sultan and the Pasha in
Ankara, December 2017.

All true Christians should pray fervently that Russia will throw off the yoke of Antichrist Islam and become a great and strong Christian nation once again. A weak Russia is an "open door" for the British Islamic Empire, the Terrible Turks, and the Germans to go on the warpath for the third time.


Vital links


References

Berridge, G.R. British Diplomacy in Turkey, 1583 to the Present. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden & Boston, 2009.

Epstein, Mordecai. The Early History of the Levant Company. George Routledge & Sons, New York, 1908.

Graves, A.R. Lord Burghley: William Cecil, Lord Burghley. Longman, London, 1998.

Kinvig, Clifford, Churchill's Crusade: The British Invasion of Russia, 1918–1920. Hambledon Continuum, London, U.K., 2006.

Massie, Robert K. Peter the Great: His Life and World. Random House, New York, 1980.

Massie, Robert K. Catherine the Great: Portrait of a Woman. Random House, New York, 2011.

Vlami, Despina. Trading With the Ottomans: The Levant Company in the Middle East. I.B. Tauris, London, 2015.

Yavuz, Hakan M. War and Diplomacy: The Russo-Turkish War of 1877–1878 and the Treaty of Berlin. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, 2011


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