A Death in the Romanov Dynasty
September 15, 2014 JC Collins 1 Comment
By JC Collins
This article today from ITAR-TASS deserves special attention. It details the death of the oldest descendent of the Romanov royal dynasty.
The Romanov’s were the last European royal family to fall victim to the international banker ploys of civil unrest and barbaric revolution, and with the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917 the world changed for the worst.
One needs to look past the propaganda of that time period and realize that the economic destitution within Russia leading up to the revolution had more to do with the manipulation by certain Khazarian banking interests than it did with the neglect and willful abuse of the people by the Romanov’s.
The Romanov’s were fighting an enemy which had infiltrated its borders through trade agreements and currency manipulation. Outside its borders it was locked in the death throes of World War 2. It can be safely assumed that by the time they realized the extent of the threat it was already too late and bloody revolution was at their door.
The esoteric and likely Khazarian mystic Grigori Rasputin was instrumental in the infiltration of the Romanov family and has blood on his hands over their murder and scattering.
In today’s article it states the following:
“In 1942, Nikolay Romanov, who was 19 years old then, turned down a proposal made by the pro-fascist government of Italy to become the King of occupied Montenegro.”
Ask yourself what quality of character and constitution of morality would be required to reject such an offer. Such was the level of virtue held by the Romanov’s.
With the Bolshevik Revolution came the fall of one of the last lines of defense against the international bankers. The rest of that century is the story of the bankers running roughshod over the world and setting up the central banks which are now being used to knit the whole yarn together in one nice package of socialized sameness.
The Putin of today and the Rasputin of yesterday are wearing similar hates. Both have mystified a conditioned population. – JC
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