Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Flashback to 1917:

Flashback to 1917: The Stories of the Russian Revolution

Blogger's note:   Please forgive me for not getting to this major event until today.   For now my only excuse is that I have had to come out of retirement to make ends meet.  Enough of  my excuses, for here is a compilation of the events that led up to the color revolution of the day.  It was the revenge of the Rothschilds, and other central bankers for the Russian Czar rejecting the Vienna Convention.  The Czar saw it for what it was the New World Order.
The Russian Revolution, a pair of revolutions that shook Russia in 1917, plunged the country into a civil war and prompted hundreds of thousands from the Tsarist society's upper ranks to flee for their lives.
The main events of both revolutions took place in Petrograd, now known as St. Petersburg.
The first one, known as the February Revolution, lasted from March 7 to March 16 (or February 22 to March 3 in the Julian calendar) 1917.
The second is widely known as the October Uprising or Red October, with the main events starting with an armed insurrection in Petrograd on November 7 [October 25] 1917.
This year, Russia marks the centenary of the events that changed the country forever.
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Documentary – In the Shadow of Hermes by Jüri Lina (2011)

This documentary In the Shadow of Hermes  by Jüri Lina shows how freemasons, international bankers, and communists joined forces in an unholy alliance and through the Bolshevik Revolution of November 1917 established in Russia the most brutal and dehumanizing slave society the world has ever seen. Russian writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn in 1974 admonished his countrymen: “Live without lies!” This applies equally to the West. The Truth in our time is in no way self-evident. Most official facts about communism are not true. Solzhenitsyn emphasized: “In our country the lie has become not just a moral category, but a pillar of the state.” The facts have been suppressed both in the East and the West.
The film “In the Shadow of Hermes” is an important documentation of those financial masonic forces that cold-bloodedly worked behind the scenes through communism to profit from the suffering of others. The director, Jüri Lina, stresses that it is his duty to tell the truth about communism and its grey eminences, and not just superficially treat its psychopathic symptoms, while the truth today is not highly valued. History is made every day, but by whom? The answer is given in this film, the aim of which is to unmask the truth, despite the falsifications of history, so meekly reported by the media. To know the real history of communism is the best insurance against ideological impostors. Based on the book “Under the Sign of the Scorpion” by the Estonian dissident Jüri Lina who narrates this documentary in Swedish.

Blogger's note:  It should be noted that the US is now undergoing a color revolution.  It is a battle between the Satanist Globalists, and thus the Central Bank versus the Nationalists.  The outcome is uncertain, but may lead to civil war.