Dispossession from the Past to the Present – Enslavement from the Past to the Present
Part 1 – The Creation of Communism as a Weapon
Osman Başıbüyük, Sun Savunma Net, 19 Mayıs 2022
It’s time to publish this long-awaited draft. The things you’re about to read will surprise you.
With the Covid 19 epidemic, the world entered into a new phase. Russia attacked Ukraine. Energy prices skyrocketed. The inflation monster resurrected. The food crisis is imminent. Market shelves will empty. People will be tested with hunger. Mass migration has become a topic and none of these events are a coincidence.
All of these events are a part of the Great Reset announced to the world in May 2020 by the British Prince Charles Philip Arthur George and the World Economic Forum President Klaus Schwab. A new world order is being forcibly established. We need to know the past well so as to predict what is coming and what we will encounter. These globalists, who see people as slaves, always use the same template. They expropriated and dispossessed the states, now it’s the people’s turn for expropriated. We cannot see right under our noses without exploring communism and knowing the roots of the present Ukraine-Russia war. Let’s start with Ukraine.
The collapse of the Khazar State
Between the years 650-965, in the region extending from the territory of today’s Ukraine in the north of the Black Sea to Kazakhstan in the east of the Caspian Sea, there lived a great state called the Caspian, which controlled the trade between the east and west. According to Arthur Koestler, the Khazar State accepted Judaism as its official religion in 740. The Khazar State was not exactly a state of Turkish origin as supposed. This was because not all Khazars were of Turkish origin and not all of them had adopted Judaism as their faith. The residents of the state consisted of Muslims, Christians and Pagans. The King and ruling class of the Khazars were Jewish. The soldiers consisted mostly of Muslim Turks. In the Khazar State, there was a dual structure in which the ruler and the ruled had different religious beliefs and ethnicity. The rulers were Jewish, and the ruled were mostly people of other ethnic and religious identities.
The Jewish Kingdom of Judah, based in Jerusalem, was destroyed by the Babylonian Empire in 586 BC. In 965, Khazar, the independent state that was established right after the dissolution of the Babylonian Empire, was destroyed by the Russians.
The people did not suddenly disappear after the dissolution of Khazar. Since the Jews were mainly managing trade and money, through following the trade routes some of them immigrated. The majority went west. They reached as far as Germany. In fact, it is claimed that the Khazar Jews had founded Poland and Hungary. Some of them settled in Bukhara and even Afghanistan through following Silk Road. The rest continued to live in the Golden Horde State, established by the Turkish raids from Central Asia, and then also in the Crimean Khanate.
It took time for the Russians to take control of the lands they conquered from the Khazar State. As the Russian Tsardom expanded its territory, the oppression on the remaining Jews in the region increased. The Russians did not want to live with the Jews and were banishing them from the newly conquered lands.
After the Russian Empire conquered parts of Lithuania and Poland in the west and Crimea in the south, it was now in control of the world’s largest Jewish population. 5.2 million Jews lived in this region, and the economy of the region, from trade to manufacturing was monopolized by the Jews.
In 1790, Catherine II declared a settlement called “Pale” in the western part of the Empire, stretching from the Baltic to the Black Sea, and forbade Jews to live outside this region. The Pale region consisted of present-day Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine, Moldova and parts of Russia.
During the reign of Tsar Alexander I (1821-1825), the pressure on the Jews had increased even more, Jews were being expelled from the villages and the countryside, and were forbidden to participate in agricultural activities. Thus, the Jews swarmed into the cities, and they had no choice but to become workers or engage in trade and handicrafts.
Nicholas I (1825-1855) was the Tsar who had brought the most comprehensive legal regulations on the Jews. In 1835, various anti-Semitic regulations were enacted. Thereupon, there was an increase in pogroms against Jews. The word pogrom in Russian means acts of violence against a group for religious, ethnic or political reasons.
Let’s make a remark here because we need to understand the source of violence against Jews. Whoever legalizes violence against Jews is a lawmaker. Since in absolute monarchies the only lawmaker is the king, the tsar is the one who is legally responsible for the violence that is occurring or will occur. So who wants this violence? For example, in the following years, Jews were forbidden to trade with the inner regions of Russia. Mostly because Russian merchants did not want to compete with the Jews. Understandably, it is the rising Russian bourgeoisie and aristocracy (landlords) who wanted to incite violence against the Jews. Making use of the effect of rising nationalist movements, the Russian bourgeoisie and aristocracy wanted to get rid of the Jewish capital, which they saw as their biggest rival. So how would they do this? How would they get rid of the Jews? The method found was to incite the people against the Jews. The Orthodox Church could do this job. Christians believing that the Jews had killed Jesus Christ were hostile towards the Jews anyways. With the instigation of the church, the Russian people attacked the Jews at certain intervals and the Jews were eventually forced to emigrate.
Think about this situation from a Jews perspective. What should you do to prevent this attack on your race? Who are your enemies? Let’s remember: 1) Tsar, the lawmaker, that is, absolute monarchy, 2) Russian businessmen and landlords, that is, the national bourgeoisie and aristocracy, 3) the Orthodox church, that is, religious belief. If you get rid of these three, no one can mobilize the public to attack you.
In the meantime, because the Jews were much weaker than Russia regarding the size of their population, it must be noted that the Jews had made use of their former Turkish soldiers as they have always done. This in fact is one of the most important reasons for the Ottoman-Russian wars in history.
Author Arthur Koestler, whose father was a Russian Jew who had immigrated to Northern Hungary, claims in his book titled “The Thirteenth Tribe” that Ashkenazi Jews are Khazar Turks who have disappeared from the scene of history. This claim is a lie made up to continue using the Turks as their soldiers today. Ashkenazi Jews are not Turks.
During the pogroms in Russia, there was a serious Jewish migration from the region to the west. Millions of Jews had to leave their homeland and immigrate to Europe and then to America. Well, who do you think abolished the region called Pale in Tsarist Russia and the practices against the Jews in this region? These practices were abolished by Lenin, who had come to power with the Bolshevik Revolution.  We will get into the topic of who Lenin is later.
Jews were also oppressed in Europe
Jews immigrating to the west from Russia filled Jewish ghettos in European cities. The newcomers were not like the others. European Jews who had lived through the Inquisition in 1492 had assimilated, became accultured to Europe and had adapted to social life. But those coming from Russia were not alike. The fact that Jews in robes and ear locks were filling the streets began to disturb the European peoples. Antisemitism began to escalate in Europe as well.
Bonn, the city where Karl Marx was born, was formerly within the borders of France. The 1789 French Revolution had also brought some freedom to the Jews. They had equal rights with other citizens and they could live without hiding their religious orientation. In 1815, after the defeat of Napoleon, the present-day German state of Rhineland-Palatinate, which included the city of Bonn, was again under Prussian control. King III. Frederick William restored most of the previous restrictions placed on Jews again in these lands he controlled. In the whole of the Prussian Kingdom, Jews were forbidden from holding high offices in the state. In 1816, these prohibitions were extended, and Jews were also prohibited from practicing professions such as lawyers and pharmacists. The Jews, who had enjoyed freedom for as little as 25 years, were once again oppressed. This situation created great distress on the Jewish community. Some chose to be baptized rather than revert to their former humiliated status. Karl Marx’s father, Heinrich Marx, who was a lawyer, was one of those who chose to be baptized. The Jews went underground again and started to live above ground with their crypto identities.
The Birth of Communism
In the same years, the industrial revolution had begun to enslave workers. Workers, who had nothing to sell but their labor, had to work 13-15 hours a day in very harsh conditions and the minimum wage they received for their labor was barely enough for them to survive. Among the workers present were Jews who had immigrated from Russia. But they were different from the others. They could read and write. Many of them were also many are craftsmen. In fact, some of them were people who were engaged in trade and who had gotten the taste of wealth. The idea of socialism had begun to spread rapidly among the workers. The foremost advocates of socialism were always the Jews.
Along with Socialism, anti-Semitism was also on the rise in Europe. These two currents posed a serious threat to what we will call the Global Financial Cult, that is, a specific group of Jewish people spread all around the world that own a colossal amount of the world’s financial capital. A few families that were dominating the banks and finance at the highest stratum of the society were of Jewish origin, while the leaders of the lowest oppressed strata were also of Jewish origin. The leaders of the two opposite poles had the same ancestry and the same religious orientation!
Forced by the rising socialist ideas, the states could have taken various measures against the big bourgeoisie of Jewish origin who dealt heavily with financial capital and industrial production. The small-scale bourgeoisie (SMEs) were also included in the socialist movement that was on the rise at that time. Although they did most of the production, the banks and bankers took most of the profits. The producing small-scale bourgeoisie had to constantly pay interest on the borrowed capital. This situation caused the small-scale bourgeoisie to take a stand against the financial capital.
The case was similar for the states as well. The state constantly needed hot money flow for the wheels to turn and was indebted to the bankers who provided this resource. While this debt and interest burden on the state pressured the people through taxes, it led the rulers who were in need of money to submit to the demands of the global financial capital cult. It would be a disaster for the cult if the small-scale bourgeoisie and the state compromised and acted together on the side of the people. As has happened many times in history, kings could confiscate and destroy wealthy Jews’ money and property. In other words, the financial sector could be nationalized. The scourge of socialism approaching in this sense had to be derailed and doomed to failure. That’s what Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels and Moses Hess did, who invented communism.
We wrote earlier that Karl Marx was of Jewish origin. Marx belonged to a deeply rooted, religious, and very wealthy Jewish family that had produced great rabbis; He was also cousins with Lionel de Rothschild. Lionel de Rothschild was the leader of the British branch of the family and the most powerful banker. In addition, Marx was a Freemason and belonged to the Frankist order. Friedrich Engels was also a Freemason of Jewish origin. Engels’ father owned textile factories in both Germany and England. The person who was one of the greatest influencers of these two thinkers was Moses Hess, another religiously educated Jew whose father was a rabbi. These three figures wrote the communist manifesto. Doesn’t it seem strange to you that the authors of the communist manifesto came from very wealthy and religious Jewish families? Would a very affluent person who owns his father’s factories say, “Let the factories be the state, and I’ll be a worker”?
At the same time, Lionel de Rothschild wanted to enter politics in England and the reasoning behind was that it was not possible to direct the decisions of the state without entering politics. But the political sphere was closed to the Jews. Even in absolute monarchies, the common people could not have a say in politics, except for the king and the nobles. There was a parliament in England, but the law did not allow Jews to enter the sphere of politics. Lionel de Rothschild was elected to the British House of Commons as the London deputy in 1847, but when he did not want to take the oath on the Bible, the fact that he was Jewish stood out, and his mandate was not approved. Meanwhile, the crypto Benjamin Disraeli, of Jewish descent and baptized Protestant, was an active politician who had managed to enter the House of Commons from the Conservative Party in 1837. He was also close friends with Lionel de Rothschild.
Disraeli was also a writer. In 1844 he wrote a political novel called “Coningsby”. The novel expressed the idea of Jewish superiority with the Sidonia character he created in his novel. The character of Sidonia described a mysterious and gifted person like himself and his friend Baron Lionel de Rothschild. In the novel, it was said that the Jews were very influential in world affairs through small but powerful private families. Disraeli identified the world-ruling character Sidonia with the Rothschilds. In the novel, the character Sidonia took a tour in Europe in 1844 and heralded the coming of a great world war across Europe. Sidonia said, “The revolution planned and prepared in Germany, which will change the world, will undoubtedly bear the signature of the Jews,” and said that this was “due to the fact that Jews have settled in all high-level positions in the country.” As can be understood, Disraeli foretold the upcoming 1848 popular movements in his novel. The popular uprising, which started in France in 1848, suddenly engulfed the whole of Europe, and Europe had gone through the “European Spring”.
The popular uprisings were triggered by the communist manifesto. When I first read the manifesto, it seemed like a ridiculous text to me. I read the English translation in case the translation was done in poor quality, but once again it sounded ridiculous. There was something strange in the text. I put a lot of effort into solving it. Then, when I realized that the text was prepared as an operation tool, the plan began to be seen with all its nakedness. The text was very simple, but the behind-the-scenes editing was terrific. The text was prepared to provoke the workers. The aim was to establish a new order by using the destructive power of the peoples against the established order. Absolute monarchies would be overthrown, and Constitutional Monarchies would be passed, in which the Global Financial Cult would be able to take place in the parliament. In doing so, the damage that socialism might cause to the Global Financial Cult (global capital) would be prevented, and this trend of communism would be structured in a way that would be doomed to failure. Let’s stress it again, communism was built to fail. Let’s examine the text from this perspective:
1) The Manifesto sharply divides the polarization in society into two: “bourgeoisie” (those who own capital, the rich, employers, landlords) and “proletariat” (workers). According to the manifesto, there are neither shades of gray nor other colors in society. The sides are sharply divided into black and white. However, in reality the class structure in society consists of many layers, from the top to the lowest unskilled worker. The Manifesto ignores this distinction and seeks to abolish private property for all. In other words, it wants to reduce the other layers of the society to the same status as the unskilled worker. This is a serious threat. This utopia may have appealed to unskilled workers who have nothing to sell but manpower, but as one moves into the upper strata of society, the idea of losing their possessions is not at all pleasing to those in power.
We wrote earlier that the small-scale bourgeoisie is uncomfortable with the Global Financial Cult. The small-scale bourgeoisie, the workers and the state could come to an agreement to find a solution to the problem of financial exploitation. It would be a disaster for the Global Financial Cult for these three to act together. The Communist Manifesto, which was prepared to prevent this disaster, pushed the upper sections of society and especially the small-scale bourgeoisie to the opposite pole, against the workers, through threatening to take all the assets in their hands. Thus, the workers, who would die of hunger a month later if they could not receive a salary, would be left alone after the uprising.
The Communist Manifesto also incited the workers against the unjust exploitation of them. The aggression of the workers forced the state, which had to maintain order, against them. State administration was in the hands of the king and the nobility. Therefore, they would be held responsible for all evils. This encounter, in a sense, meant a confrontation between the workers and the king and the nobles. In this encounter, the bourgeoisie would take the side of the state as it would perceive threat from the workers. Thus, the Global Financial Cult would be able to secure itself while the state, small-scale bourgeoisie and workers are fighting each other on opposite fronts. Workers were to be used here only as a destructive force.
2) The communist manifesto also attacked religious beliefs. According to him, religion was “the opium of the people”. The abolition of religious beliefs would enable people to seek happiness in this world rather than an imaginary happiness or happiness in the paradise after death. Despite these plausible reasons, it was not possible to abolish the religious belief that has existed since the known history of humanity. This attack would automatically include the church in the opposition to the workers, helping to create a stronger barrier to the global financial cult.
There was, however, another very important target behind the attack towards religious beliefs. The basis of the rising anti-Semitism was the Christian faith. We have written before, Christians, viewed Jews as enemies because they believed Jews had killed Jesus Christ. The disaster of the Inquisition in the Middle Ages had not been forgotten. If the idea of being an atheist was accepted by the workers and by the society, the influence of religious beliefs and clergy on the society would weaken. It was calculated that this would reduce religion-based attacks on Jews. For example, when France suffered a heavy defeat in the war with Prussia in 1871, the regime collapsed in the country and a power vacuum arose. The communists took advantage of this gap and captured Paris and established the Paris Commune. The first thing the communists did was to kill the clergy and attack the churches. As it turned out, communism’s plan to suppress religious beliefs was working.
Interestingly enough, it was Moses Hess, a very religious Jew at the rabbinical level, who had made the remark, “religion is the opium of the people”, which would form the basis of secularization in the Manifesto. In his book “Rome and Jerusalem” published in 1862, Hess said that Jews should have their own state in Palestine. According to Hess, Jews in exile should not lose their national identity while striving in this direction. Adhering to the Jewish religion was the best way to preserve Jewish national identity. Hess, who had advised the workers to be irreligious or atheist, was telling the Jews to stick to their religious beliefs!
There is a belief in Judaism that those buried in the holy land in Palestine will be among the first to be resurrected when the Messiah comes back to earth. Within the framework of this belief, the bones of (Communist) Hess, who is called the founder of Modern Zionism and Zionist Socialism, were transferred to Israel in 1961.
3) The Communist Manifesto also attacked the concepts of homeland and nation. According to the manifesto, the workers did not have a homeland, and it was not possible to take anything that did not belong to them. The idea was that to the extent that one individual’s exploitation of another was eliminated, so would one nation’s exploitation of another. These ideas, which sounded positive, were not realistic at all. People had begun fighting with each other for food in ancient times, since they had started to live in tribes. The instinct to protect the land they owned would form states in the future. In the period when nationalism peaked after the French Revolution and national states began to form, should there be another purpose for rowing against the current? Similar to the ideas of the abolishment of private property and religious beliefs, trying to abolish the concept of homeland and nation was another bomb placed against the rising socialist ideas. This idea turned people away from socialism.
On the other hand, anti-Semitism, which was based on the Christian faith, gained a new dimension after the French Revolution. The peoples who claimed their ethnic identities started to harbor racial enmity towards the Jews who had a different ethnic identity. The workers’ rejection of the concepts of homeland and nation could have reduced the hostility towards the Jewish race on the basis of ethnic identity.
4) At that time, there was a belief in society that “communists wanted to share women with regards to sexual relations”. Many communists, like Marx, who was probably a Franciscan, had continued the “Feast of the Lamb” ritual in those days. This is probably why the Communist Manifesto contained defenses to accusations of “abolition of the family” and ” the common use of women”. Naturally, this defense added another bombshell to the attack on socialism.
5) The Communist Manifesto also attacked “feudal socialism”, which it defined as reactionary socialism, “small-scale-bourgeois socialism” and “German socialism”, and “bourgeois socialism” which it defined as conservative socialism. If the socialist movements that started to develop under the conditions of each country were left to take their own course, it could have serious consequences for the Global Financial Cult and the Jews. The Global Financial Cult had interconnected banks in all countries of Europe. All states owed them money. As we have stated before, socialist movements and the rise of nationalism could compel the king and the nobility, that is the main element holding the power of the state, to cooperate with the small-scale bourgeoisie and the workers and to take measures against capital exploitation. As you can see, the lives and money of Jewish moneylenders were in danger. The solution found was to force all left and socialist movements and workers to unite within the framework drawn by the Manifesto.
The Communist Manifesto ends with the sentence “Proletarians of all countries, unite!”. Contrary to the effort of putting everyone in a uniform mold, it was clear that, dragging these groups within a power struggle among themselves would weaken the rising socialist movements. And so it did. The socialist movements broke up by clashing with each other. The Communist Manifesto was designed to doom the emerging idea of socialism to failure.
The main purpose of the Communist Manifesto was to overthrow the established order. Feudal relations from the Middle Ages was still continuing in Europe. Although in some countries there were assemblies and constitutions binding the monarchies, the king and the aristocracy around him and the church that supported them dominated the state administration. The threat to the Global Financial Cult and to Jews came from these three. In 1492, the Alhambra Decree, which ensured the expulsion of the Jews from Spain and the confiscation of their properties, had emerged with the power of the king, the nobility and the church. Something similar had happened in Russia. The tsar, the national bourgeoisie and the church had been the cause of the attack on the Jews. In Europe where anti-Semitism is on the rise, something similar could also happen at any moment. For the survival of the Global Financial Cult, getting rid of the king, the aristocracy-bourgeoisie and the church had become the number one priority. The seeds of the idea of democracy were being planted.
The Communist Manifesto wanted to use the oppressed workers to overthrow this established order. The ideal that was put forward in front of the workers was the following: “There will be no rich people exploiting you, we will all be equal and live more happily in prosperity”. This ideal was a false rhetoric designed to prevent the accumulation of national capital. Without national capital, jobs could not be created, and there could be no development. What had to be done now was to prepare the workers and the people for revolt.
How did the manifesto’s revolt plot turn out?
The Communist Manifesto was essentially a surrealist utopia that could never be realized. The left intellectuals of the period also knew this naked truth. Those who wrote the Manifesto were already aware of everything. But the uneducated, ignorant workers knew nothing.
It was stated in the Communist Manifesto that it would be published in English, French, German, Italian, Flemish and Danish. But the first copy distributed in London was in German. In a short time, copies translated into other languages swept all over Europe. If someone prepared a very good manifesto nowadays, it would not be possible to deliver this document to all of Europe in the current internet and social media environment. In order for the document to be disseminated, there must be a certain organization in each country and a central intelligence with liaison members connecting these organizations. Today, this system is called a network. There were hundreds of Jewish activists such as Marx, Engels, Hess, who traveled from country to country and set up organizations and organized people wherever they went. Their religious beliefs, survival instincts and ethnic identities bound them together and increased their determination to fight. Large Jewish capital provided the necessary money for such activities and people from the same cult hosted them in the countries they went to. Starting from the day the printing press was invented, the press in all countries was mostly under Jewish control. It was very easy for them to print and distribute leaflets. The most important part of the network was the Synagogues. Through rabbis, Jews in all countries were indoctrinated within the framework of the plan.
Workers were being prepared and enticed to revolt with the use of newspapers, brochures, leaflets and organizations that had been distributed secretly and openly for years. The manifesto was used as a detonator. The leaders of the revolt in all countries were always Jews. The Jews, who were forbidden to work in many professions with various restrictions, became the volunteer soldiers who would fight at the forefront of the rebellion because they were pushed to the lowest stratum of the society and oppressed. They had no choice but to fight and win their freedom or continue to be treated as second-class people.
Nobody should have the misconception that I am being anti-Semitic in this paper. The point is to describe the mechanism. To put it simply, the mechanism worked just like FETO’s mechanism (Fetullah Gulen sect terrorist organization). The members of the organization benefited from the blessings according to their hierarchies in the organization and advanced to the upper ranks in the social layer with the support of each other. However, with the exception of the top staff, none of them even knew what they were doing or serving. Those who suffered usually belonged to this ignorant group. Remember, in the case of FETO, when the order came from the top, the military members of FETO attempted the July 15 coup attempt with their eyes closed. The organization, the Global Financial Cult, made up of Jews, also functioned with the same logic. Jews were very religious people. With their mystical kabbalah teaching, the Global Financial Cult was exploiting this belief and using them as their tools to protect their power and wealth.
Let us return back to the topic of the communist manifesto. We wrote earlier that the communists wanted to end the monarchy, the aristocracy, the bourgeoisie and the church. The interesting thing is that liberals and nationalists, like communists, wanted to overthrow monarchies and establish republics with constitutional parliaments. They were also prepared for this operation. The coming together of all forces in the direction of the same political goal enabled the revolutionary process to begin.
No matter how strong the organization, the Global Financial Cult is, no matter how beautiful the ideologies and dreams that are put in front of people, it is not easy at all to make the peoples that make up the countries revolt, drag them on to the established order and send them to death for the purpose of changing the system and establishing the new world order. in order to change the system, there had to be something more important that would mobilize the great masses. The potato disease, which swept across Europe in 1845-47, the decline in agricultural production, and the economic crisis it triggered, brought people face to face with hunger. People were faced with a choice between starving to death or dying to fight for a just order. This conviction was the real trigger of the revolution. If such a revolution is to be made today, a similar factor as the one described above will again be used as a mobilizing factor for the people. Follow the media today, you will see the hunger news…
It was in this environment that the Communist Manifesto was published on February 1, 1848. The first popular movement began in France on February 22. The wind of revolution soon had reached Germany, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Poland and Romania. How did it happen that uprisings had started simultaneously in many countries? The whole event was very similar to the “Arab Spring”! The peoples had set up barricades in the streets and resisted against the settled order. In the streets of Paris, the small-scale bourgeoisie, students, nationalists, liberals, socialists and workers stood shoulder to shoulder against the state. King Louis-Philippe of France soon gave up, left his throne and fled. In France, the kingdom had collapsed. On February 26, 1848, the liberal opposition formed the provisional government and subsequently the Second Republic was proclaimed. While the monarchy was in existence, everyone had a common enemy. When the regime collapsed, the small-scale bourgeoisie, liberals, nationalists and even socialists left the streets. Only the workers, led by radical organizations seeking their rights, remained. Those who seized the state and established their own regimes had no intention of thinking about the workers. They did not give anything to the workers. Thereupon, 20,000 workers stormed the parliament and demanded the establishment of a labor ministry to defend workers’ rights. However, no help was provided and they were left alone. The communities in the other layers of the society that they had started the rebellion shoulder to shoulder with were now against them due to the fear they had towards communism. This result was already planned in the Communist Manifesto, the workers were left abandoned after the uprising.
The newly formed Government commissioned General Cavaignac, who had gained experience in street fighting during the Algerian colonial wars, to disperse the workers. The forces of the new regime, consisting of 80,000 soldiers and 100,000 national guards, brutally crushed 40,000 workers who had resisted at the barricades in the streets of Paris with cannons and rifle shots. As a result of the conflicts that lasted for 4 days, 15 thousand workers died. Karl Marx found this courage of the workers wonderful!
Marx immediately returned to Cologne, rejecting the offer of Ferdinand Flocon a member of the new government to publish a magazine in France. His aim was to overthrow German monarchies as well. He started publishing a newspaper called Rhineland in Cologne, which declared itself to be an advocate of democracy. The newspaper was financed by English liberals! However, King IV. William managed to stay in power by accepting the demands of the demonstrators, such as holding parliamentary elections, drafting a constitution and freedom of the press. The overthrow of the Prussian kingdom had to be left for another spring. It would not be possible to overthrow most of the kingdoms and pass the republican system without clashing the states against each other. The First World War was staged for this purpose. In the meantime, the Global Financial Cult, made significant gains, both gained confidence and began to be active in politics thanks to parliaments.
Meanwhile, the revolution of 1848 never came to England. With the 1858 Jews Relief Act, which removed barriers to Jews from entering Parliament, Lionel Rothschild took his seat as the first Jewish parliamentarian. Ten years from then, Benjamin Disraeli would become Britain’s first prime minister of Jewish origin. From that day on, the Rothschild family was a partner in the politics of the “empire on which the sun never sets”. That’s why Prince Charles is among those who announced today’s “Great Reset” to the world.
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