Hitler Threatens Russia Over Crimea!!
 

 
From Russia with hate!!
 

As a British Secret Service agent, Adolf Hitler's job was to wipe Russia off the map of Europe. As the spoils of war, Germany would have hegemony in Europe, with the British Empire resuming her former role as "tyrant of the seas."

Adolf Hitler addressing the Reichstag on July 19, 1940.
Adolf Hitler addressing the Reichstag on July 19, 1940.
 

Nothing has changed very much in the almost 70 years since the end of World War II.

On March 13, Hitler's daughter delivered a bellicose speech warning Mother Russia of "dire consequences" if she protected her interests in Ukraine and Crimea.

 
Angela Merkel Hitler addressing the Bundestag on March 13, 2014.
Angela Merkel Hitler addressing the Bundestag on March 13, 2014.

Here is a portion of that speech from the Reuters News Agency:

(Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday that Russia risked "massive" political and economic damage if it refused to change course on Ukraine.
"Ladies and gentlemen, if Russia continues on its course of the past weeks, it will not only be a catastrophe for Ukraine," she said in a speech in parliament, using her strongest rhetoric since the start of the crisis.
"We would not only see it, also as neighbors of Russia, as a threat. And it would not only change the European Union's relationship with Russia
. No, this would also cause massive damage to Russia, economically and politically."

The only difference between then and now is the fact that the British Empire has a new ally–the CONfederate States of America. Before the United States was conned into WWII, if you asked the average U.S. citizen which nation was the greatest threat to his country, he would have put Britain on the top of the list!!

Hitler wants to drive the Russian navy from Crimea!!

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.

Knight of Malta Tsar Paul I
Knights of Malta Tsar Paul I
(1754–1801).
Tsar from 1796 to 1801.
 

The arrival of the Russian navy in the Mediterranean during the Napoleonic Wars was most unexpected and unwelcome by the Royal Navy.

Knights of Malta Tsar Paul wanted to use that island as a naval base to drive the Terrible Turks from Constantinople.

The British ambassador to Moscow provided the funds for the assassination of the Tsar.

 
Charles Whitworth (1752 - 1825).
Charles Whitworth (1752–1825).
British ambassador to Russia
from 1788 to 1800.

Britain broke off diplomatic relations with Russia in 1800, so ambassador Whitworth left the country, while his mistress, Madam Zherebtsova, planned the assassination:

The British involvement in Paul's murder cannot be adequately assessed. It is probable that Whitworth gave verbal encouragement and perhaps material support to the cause through his liaison with Madam Zherebtsova, who later appeared in London demanding large sums of money that had allegedly been promised. The ambassador's "special" fund had always been large, and in his fit of anger at the emperor, Whitworth may have lent it for the purpose of bribing key officers of the Guard. But the British ambassador left Russia nine months before the event. (Saul, Russia and the Mediterranean 17971807, p. 153).

There was another reason why the British Empire had nightmares about the Russian presence in the Mediterranean. When that empire failed to seize California in 1846, the "tyrant of the seas" immediately began to plan for the Civil War.

Their rulers knew that Mother Russia was the only nation capable of helping the U.S....Britain and France–normally bitter enemies–united in a military alliance against Russia. They were joined by the Terrible Turks, and the war was called the Crimean War. It lasted from 1854 to 1856.

The Russian navy was cut off from access to the Mediterranean by Turkey, Britain and France.
The Russian navy was cut off from access to the Mediterranean by Turkey, Britain, and France.
 

The Crimean War was the precursor to the U.S. Civil War.

In 1854, Britain and France–normally bitter rivals–united with the Terrible Turks to block Russian access to the Mediterranean Sea.

Britain also blockaded the Russian naval base at Kronstadt.

 
Czar Alexander II (1818-1881).
Tsar Alexander II (1818-1881).
Tsar from 1855 to 1881.

Despite suffering a humiliating defeat in Crimea, the Great Tsar Alexander II sent his fleet to New York and San Francisco, and forestalled an invasion by Britain and France on behalf of the CONfederacy.

After the Crimean War, Russia was barred from the Mediterranean, but Tsar Alexander II returned to the Mediterranean after the defeat of France in the Franco-Prussian War.

Tsar Nicholas II saved the world from a British-German victory in World War I

Imperial Germany was just the military arm of the British Empire. When Imperial Germany invaded France in August 1914, Tsar Nicholas II ordered the mobilization of the vast Russian army. The general assigned to lead the invasion of Prussia was a Russian patriot named Pavel (Paul) von Rennenkamph.

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

In August 1914, Tsar Nicholas II dispatched patriotic general Paul von Rennenkampf to East Prussia.

In no time at all the general had the Germans on the run and fleeing back to Berlin.

As a result, Germany had to withdraw 2 army corps and a cavalry division from France.

 
General Paul von Rennenkampf
General Paul von Rennenkampf
(1854–1918).

This withdrawl of up to 100,000 men wrecked any German chance of a lightning victory over France:

Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolaevich, Commander-in-Chief, agreed to take the offensive. General Pavel Rennenkamph was ordered to invade East Prussia, which he did on August 12; by August 17 he had the German forces retreating before him to within 150 miles of Berlin. This initial success, together with the news that General Alexander Samsonov was advancing on the left with the second arm of the pincer, threw German Military Headquarters into near panic. Their first move was to recall the hesitant and frightened General Prittwitz and replace him with the seasoned veteran General Paul von Hindenburg and his chief-of-staff Erick von Ludendorff. (Benagh, An Englishman in the Court of the Tsar , p. 87).

For refusing to turn traitor and join the Red Army, General Paul von Rennenkampf was shot by the "Bolsheviks" in 1918. The Tsar and his family were promised asylum in Britain, so they boarded a train to Vladivostok. While en route to Britain via Vancouver and Rupert's Land, their HBC ship simply "blew up."

The Hudson's Bay Company was the outfit responsible for shipping the Tsar's gold to Vancouver, and then overland to Ottawa, Rupert's Land:

This banking scheme and the Hudson's Bay Company's personnel acted in concert. The fact that the company was not only the provisioner for the Russian government as well as the French forces, but was also operating in London made it the ideal paymaster of intelligence operatives in northern Russia as well as of the house in Murmansk. And as we saw evidenced by the Harris telegram on pages 44 and 45, plans for a constitutional monarchy could have been in the making which, had the conditions been right, might have led to a restoration. We shall also learn from the letters and diary entries of men in Siberia and Murmansk at the time that the Kara Sea and Murmansk definitely figured in attempts to remove the family from captivity. (McNeal, The Secret Plot to Save the Tsar, p. 49).

During the Gallipoli Campaign of WWI, thousands of British Empire soldiers were slaughtered in a vain attempt to wrest control of the Dardanelles from the Terrible Turks.

Sevastopol naval base.
Sevastopol naval base.

Russia has a vital naval base in Sevastopol which allows the Russian navy to patrol the Mediterranean.

A Russian naval presence is the only obstacle to a resurgence of Nazism and Fascism, and the disunification of Italy.

 
A Russian destroyer based
A Russian destroyer based
in Sevastopol.

Unfortunately, the Terrible Turks have a stranglehold on the entrance and exit for ships in the Black Sea. The Bosphorus connects the Black Sea to the Sea of Marmara, and the Dardanelles connects the Sea of Marmara to the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean.

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

Entry and exit to the Black Sea is regulated by the 1936 Montreux Convention.

The Convention gave the Terrible Turks a virtual stranglehold over the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles.

No matter how hard Russia tried, they could not get joint administration of the Straits.

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

The Convention was basically and agreement between Britain, Turkey, and the then Soviet Union for control of the Straits. Here is a quote about the Convention, written when the Soviet Union existed:

The Montreux Convention permits Moscow to send its surface warships through the Straits into the Mediterranean. This enables Russia to transfer portions of her navy from the Black Sea into the Baltic or Arctic or even the Pacific and vice versa, but only when Turkey and she are not belligerents and when Turkey does not feel endangered.
For Turkey, in Montreux her own security was the paramount concern. She was able to increase this greatly by the conclusion of the Convention. She was authorized to fortify the area of the Straits (as she was permitted to do with any other part of her territory). And the control which she exercised over the interpretation, application, and implementation of the Convention, over the supervision of movements of ships in the Straits, and over the strength of Soviet and other Black Sea naval forces gave her added authority and prestige.(Váli, The Turkish Straits and Nato, p. 57).

During World War II, the Terrible Turks–in violation of the treaty–allowed the Nazis to sail their ships into the Black Sea and attack Russia from the South....The British in Gibraltar controlled all access to the Mediterranean so the Nazis sailed through with their permission.

Joseph Stalin (1878–1953).
Joseph Stalin (1878–1953).
"Soviet" dictator from '22 to '52.

 

Both of these "Communists" worked for the Russian branch of the British Secret Service.

Stalin, unlike Nicholas II, did not help France when she was attacked by Hitler in June 1940.

Khrushchev tried, but failed to give Crimea to Ukraine in 1944.

 

 

Nikita Khrushchev
Nikita Khrushchev
(1894–1971).
"Soviet" dictator from '53 to '64.

Khrushchev finally succeeded in 1954. Here is a brief excerpt from a 2003 biography of Nikita Khrushchev:

A decade before Khrushchev extracted the Crimea from Russia and benevolently presented it to Ukraine (thus ensuring trouble between the two after the collapse of the USSR in 1991), he tried to pull off the same trick in 1944. What gave him an opening was the Crimea's need for Ukrainian peasants to replace the Crimean Tatars Stalin had forcibly exiled from the area. When he was in Moscow, he told a Ukrainian colleague later that year, he said "Ukraine is in ruins, but everybody wants something from it. Now what if it received the Crimea in return?" (Taubman, Khrushchev: The Man and His Era, p 186).

When Khrushchev became head of the Soviet Union, he "gifted" Crimea to Ukraine. The transfer merited only a paragraph in Pravda, the official Soviet newspaper, on Feb. 27, 1954. The story was one long sentence and dense with detail. Here's what it said:

Decree of the Presidium of the USSR Supreme Soviet transferring Crimea Province from the Russian Republic to the Ukraine Republic, taking into account the integral character of the economy, the territorial proximity and the close economic ties between Crimea Province and the Ukraine Republic, and approving the joint presentation of the Presidium of the Russian Republic Supreme Soviet and the Presidium of the Ukraine Republic Supreme Soviet on the transfer of Crimea Province from the Russian Republic to the Ukraine Republic.

And without the Crimeans having any say in the matter, a region that had been part of Russia for centuries became part of Ukraine!!
2 Popes are "praying" for the expulsion of Russia from Crimea!!

2 Popes are desperately praying for the expulsion of the Russian navy from Crimea. This will remove the last obstacle to the disunification of Italy and the restoration of the Papal States.

Pope Benedict praying
Pope Benedict praying
with his head covered.
 

2 Popes are desperately "praying" for the expulsion of the Russian navy from the Crimea.

They are not relying solely on "hail Marys" to accomplish their objectives, but are backed up by the awesome firepower of NATO, the Pentagon, and the CONfederacy!!

 

 
Pope "Freedom" praying
Pope "Freedom" praying
with his head covered.

Pope Benedict XVI became Pope in 2005–the very same year that Angela Merkel Hitler became chancellor of Germany. Pope "Freedom" became Pope on March 13, 2013.

General Martin Dempsey (b. 1952).
General Martin Dempsey (b. 1952).
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

General Sir Peter Wall is head of the British Army and he is also head of the Pentagon and NATO.

Pentagon chief general Dempsey reports directly to him.

Are you looking down here general Jackson???

 

General Sir Peter Wall
General Sir Peter Wall
(b. 1955).

Russia should draw a line in the sand over Crimea . . . and at the first sign of aggression by NATO . . . drop an "Orthodox" atomic bomb on Vatican City State . . . and send them all to St. Peter.

The Exodus is a marvelous type of Armageddon and the end of the world. When the Egyptians were pursuing the children of Israel at the Red Sea, JEHOVAH sent his MECHANIC-ANGELS to pull off the wheels of their chariots–in order to slow them down:

And it came to pass, that in the morning watch that JEHOVAH looked unto the host of the Egyptians through the pillar of fire and of the cloud, and troubled the host of the Egyptians, and took off their chariot wheels, that they drove them heavily: so that the Egyptians said, "let us flee from the face of Israel; for JEHOVAH fighteth for them against the Egyptians" (Exodus:14:24-25).

In these last days . . . we cannot stop the Vatican's mad attempt to expel Russia from the Mediterranean and restore the Papal States . . . but we can slow her down.. . . so all true Christians should become MECHANICS for CHRIST!

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References

Benagh, Christine, An Englishman in the Court of the Tsar. Conciliar Press, Ben Lomond, California, 2000.

Dunstan, Simon & Williams, Gerrard, Grey Wolf. The Escape of Hitler. Sterling Publishing, New York. 2011.

McNeal,Shay. The Secret Plot to Save the Tsar: New Truths Behind the Romanov Mystery. HarperCollins, New York, 2002.

Saul, Norman E. Russia and the Mediterranean 1797–1807. University of Chicago Press, 1970.

Taubman, William. Khrushchev: The Man and His Era. W.W. Norton & Company, New York, 2003.

Váli, Ferenc. A. The Turkish Straits and NATO. Hoover Institution Press. Stanford University Press, Stanford, California.


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