Sunday, July 17, 2005

Holy Martyrdom Of the Imperial Royal Martyrs of Russia

Today is the commemoration of the Holy Martyrdom Of The Imperial Royal Martyers of Russia ,marked on the church calendar as the ominous date when Bolshevism massacred the last anointed Orthodox Christian emperor under a hail of bullets along with almost the entire Royal Russian family. On this day July 17 in the year 1918, the band of criminal assassins began their Bolshevik experiment ,by killing the most visible and powerful remaining symbol of Orthodox Christian rule, their experiment went on to claim tens of millions of martyers and struck many lethal blows to Orthodox Christian civilization...soon reaching our own Fatherland , planting its alien,godless and god-hating system and its quest to build a dreamland devoid of God and Country.

Leon Trotsky -- one of Lenin's closest colleagues -- had revealed years earlier that Lenin and Sverdlov had together made the decision to put the Tsar and his family to death. Recalling a conversation in 1918, Trotsky wrote:

My next visit to Moscow took place after the [temporary] fall of Ekaterinburg [to anti-Communist forces]. Speaking with Sverdlov, I asked in passing: "Oh yes, and where is the Tsar?"

"Finished," he replied. "He has been shot."

"And where is the family?"

"The family along with him."

"All of them?," I asked, apparently with a trace of surprise.

"All of them," replied Sverdlov. "What about it?" He was waiting to see my reaction. I made no reply.

"And who made the decision?," I asked.

"We decided it here. Ilyich [Lenin] believed that we shouldn't leave the Whites a live banner to rally around, especially under the present difficult circumstances."

I asked no further questions and considered the matter closed. (The Jewish Role in the Bolshevik Revolution and Russia's Early Soviet Regime)


Blogger EOKA ASSASSIN said...

Obviously Bolshevism was worse than Tsarism, but how can u feel sorry for the Tsar? Tsar Nicholas was a SHIT leader! and his wife was even worse- a whore having an affair with that ugly cunt Rasputin...

6:46 AM  
Blogger Hellenic Nationalist said...

The Tsar symbolises the pre-cursor of communist terror unleashed on Orthodox Chrsitians, they killed the Tsar and his family because many common people identified him as a symbol of the faith, after all he was annointed. As to the alleged affair with Rasputin, you msut be careful with who conjusres such rumouors --Russia's military foe , the German Kaiserriech, and most especially the mostly Jewish Communist elite and its mostly jewish supporters were doing all they could to discredit Orthodox Christianity and they used the "myth of Rasputin" , who at most was merely a spiritual adviser to the Royal Family , Wilton's eyewitness account 'The Last Days Of the Romanovs' goes into some details on this..

Although I am not very well read on the situation in Russia at this time, I understand that some 900,000 Russian soldiers deserted the battlefield in 1916 for the simple reason that they were not even being fed. For all the Communist propaganda to the contrary, the Russian government at the beginning of the 20th Cnetury was non-functioning, the military and the clergy were not being paid, the government was broke , except for a few pockets the Church and the military were in absolute shambles and the Tsar's decision to involve Russia in an ambitious war against the vastly superior organization and technological and military might of Germany only led to more foment and opportunities for the Communists, who relied on both German and Jewish financial support to survive in the very beginning. One might also ask why couldn't the Tsar at the very least build up a good secret police that could stomp a mere 200 Communist militants that fometed discord and rebellion all over a country that was at war, after all the Communists inherited the same peasant country but were able to put together one of the tightest secret police networks in human history.

2:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Tsar was a symbol of Orthodoxy?!!?!?!? A symbol of decay, both moral and physical is all he was. He got what he deserved, for living in such spleandor while his people lived in squalor.

11:31 PM  
Blogger Hellenic Nationalist said...

The common people identified him with orthodoxy. He lived in splendour,yes, but are you also implying that the Communist lived within their means and 'hlped' the people. What your saying runs close to what the Communists argued . that this was "a people's revenge" Even though the actual people were never consulted.

4:27 AM  

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