Author: Vladimir Karpets
Translator: Yulian Orlov
Zavtra no.24 (917), 15 June 2011
In spring of this year, the wedding ceremony of the British Prince William and Kate Middleton was held. It was broadcasted by all the world’s electronic mass media, including, of course, Russian media. The ceremony was presented as the “event of the century.”
According to the American researcher David Icke , “there is now only a single royal family, the others were either destroyed through coups and revolutions, or removed from true power for other reasons. The single royal family has, at the very least, different names. The House of Windsor is one of those lines.” In the era of the Napoleonic Wars, an extremely important unification in world history took place: that of the capital of the Rothschild clan and the autocratic power of the British court, which began when the Rothschilds started to pay for German mercenaries in British service. This developed especially strongly at the Battle at Waterloo of 18 June 1815. It was in this very moment that the heirs of the usurper dynasties united their worldwide ambitions with the Rothschild-created Order of the Bavarian Illuminati and nascent global financial capital.
This situation fundamentally persists to this day through the activities of organisations like the “Bilderburg Club”, the “Committee of 300”, and practically all multinational corporations and global financial organisations. It is important to note that until 1917 the dynasty carried the name of Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha. With the end of the First World War on 17 July 1917, George V and his family renounced all German titles as well as their family name, taking the surname of “Windsor”, after the name of Windsor Castle. This event marked a definitive break with continental Europe and a self-affirmation of the British monarchy as a fundamentally cosmopolitan force.
The idea of a global British Empire, however, was born far earlier. It was first formulated by the esotericist, “Elizabethan magus” and creator of the British intelligence services, John Dee (1527-1608). It is telling that he signed documents as “007”. “Dee openly juxtaposed the nascent British Empire with both the Christian ideal of the ‘mystical, universal city’ that was to unite the entire world as well as the ‘cosmopolitan government’ that was to rule it” – writes MGIMO professor O. N. Barabanov. In addition, it is telling that such an idea was contrasted with the Third Rome (personified by the Rurikovichi) of historical Orthodoxy, as well as Roman Catholicism and the House of Habsburg-Lothringia.
It was Muscovite Rus that became the first target of expansion. The so-called Moscow Trading Company tried to force an English protectorate upon Muscovy during the Time of Troubles, and, in 1612, it pushed forth a projected military expedition under the guise of “aid” to Moscow, a project that was flung aside by the Militia . However, Tsar Mikhail Fyodorovich Romanov was still presented with John Dee’s son Arthur (“Artemiy Ivanovich Diev”) as a personal physician. Any attempts to “break free” were punished by death. The murder of Paul the First, later that of Aleksandr the Second (the centre of preparations was in Moscow), the murder of the “Tsar’s Friend” Grigori Rasputin (which was accompanied by slander) and, finally, the Ekaterinburg Golgotha are all on the conscience of the global Windsor clan. The “headquarters” of February were led by the British diplomat G. Buchanan . The British royal family disrupted all attempts to evacuate the family of Emperor Nicholas II, having not only refused to send a cruiser for a rescue mission, but also refusing to provide any asylum.
The policy of the Windsors is direct subordination to the British Crown. The coming to power of the Bolsheviks was, whoever might have organised it, objectively an impediment. Today, along with “Russian democracy”, the royal family is exulting in victory.
The following event is not random happenstance. In addition to members of the British House and the ruling monarchs of the world, representatives of dynasties that were overthrown in the XX century (including Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, and Yugoslavia) were invited to the ceremony on 29 April. However, there were no Romanovs among them; in addition, we are here only mentioning those who officially claim the Russian throne of the Hohenzollerns-Romanovs (Kirillovichi), as well as the members of the Romanov Family Association, who do not recognise the rights of the descendants of great prince Kirill Vladimirovich. At the same time, Runet saw a mass push in favour of inviting Prince William’s brother, Prince Harry, onto the Russian throne. In particular, the Daily Mail writes: “A leading former diplomat now thinks that Russia should offer her empty throne to the third in line of the British Monarchy, Prince Harry. Journalist and former diplomat Aleksandr Baunov says that the 26-year-old brother of Prince William should be crowned and made the first Russian tsar after the rule of Nicholas the Second.” Earlier, a similar campaign was held in favour of Prince Michael of Kent, who had less of a chance of being “accepted” on account of his advanced age, as well as his open loyalty to freemasonry. Actually, there are no fundamental differences here. The “lords of the world” are essentially demanding that Russia capitulate.
“Those who are now putting forward Prince Harry,” the Chairman of the Presidium of the Monarchist “Autocratic Russia” Party, Dmitri Merkulov, says,“have, as it were, forgotten Russian history. The Brits made a major contribution to the attempted modification of our autocracy into a so-called constitutional monarchy, as well as the creation of the revolutionary situation in 1917…To look for a man from there who will have an interest in the consolidation and strengthening of Russia is in the very least naïve.”
Yes, Russia has been sent a “black notice”: something along the lines of “you have lost a centuries-long (even millennia-long) battle.” However, he who laughs last, laughs best.
: David Icke is actually of British origin.
: The Militia (Ополчение) refers to a 17th-century national movement organised against the foreign invaders of Muscovite Rus (primarily the Poles and Swedes), which was successful in driving the main part of their armies away.
: George Buchanan’s autobiography (My Mission to Russia and Other Diplomatic Memories) can be read here. The book was published after his death in 1923. It is assumed to have been significantly redacted by the author in order to preserve his good standing and position.