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Pyzhikov: Russians was created by the Jesuits.
Under Catherine the Great the Jesuit project in Russia begins. Catherine the Second decided to make a major ideological turn. She decided to form "one people" as soon as possible, one nation. In other words, to depict the unity of the ruling stratum and the population. That's what the rulers of other European countries were doing. It was the second half of the 18th century that was the peak of these efforts to create united nations. And the Order of the Jesuits participated and made a significant contribution. For example, the very understanding of Eastern Europe was shaped by the Jesuits. I shall mention only one surname of Serb Boskovich who was the Jesuit and actually it has generated concept "east Europe" in its Slavic sense. And in grinding of Slavic languages the other Jesuit Czech Joseph Dobr
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Brusek Kodluch. Date of birth of the USA
It looks like the current "US Constitution" seems to be a "corporate agreement" only for the "District of Columbia" and not for all US states. They were founded on February 20, 1871.
On 10.05.1871, the Franco-Prussian war officially ended. The coincidence of dates does not seem random.
Wikipedia:
The war ended with the signing of the Frankfurt Peace Treaty on May 10, 1871. The consequences of the war for France were the payment of compensation to the Prussian state, the final liquidation of the monarchy (overthrow of the empire) in France and the establishment of the republic, as well as the loss of the rich border lands of Alsace and Lorraine, previously taken away from the Holy Roman Empire [2]. The new (German) empire was created in Europe [4].
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Then (20 February 1871) the new "CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" replaced the Declaration of Independence of 1776 or the "Constitution of the United States of America".
Even the title has a fundamental difference.
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First World War propaganda map portraying Prussia as an octopus:


Nicholas of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov, George of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Wilhelm of Hohenzollern - were brother-emperors of First World War:
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Many people pay attention to the similarities between Nicholas of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov and George of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha:
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Photo from the article "British Royalty and the NSDAP":
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Also many people pay attention to the similarities between Nicholas of Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov and Dmitry Medvedev, the previous president of Russian Federation:
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It should be added that many people pay attention to the similarities between Dmitry Medvedev and Boyde Rice:
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Most likely, like all mammals, they had common ancestors:
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And this is Boyd Rice's live performance with his candid song:

https://invidio.us/watch?v=FJl8dJe56Oc

#emperor #germany #history #non #king #propaganda #prussia #revision #russia #tsar #uk #war
 
Permanent climate change is normal. Global data about the past is falsified by the specific US national agency. National data do not show general warming. There is a constant change. But there is no verifiable data confirming constant global warming at the global level.
In addition, even the Floods, the disappearance and appearance of islands are normal. Try to learn information about Doggerland, friezes, dr. Velikovsky models.

Image/photoivan zlax wrote the following post Sat, 15 Dec 2018 19:23:13 +0300

Two years ago, the East Sea (Baltic Sea) retreated from the coast near the city of Kaliningrad, the capital of Prussia. Russian residents were surprised by what they saw:
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Two years ago, the East Sea (Baltic Sea) retreated from the coast near the city of Kaliningrad, the capital of Prussia. Russian residents were surprised by what they saw:
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It turns out that recently there was a forest. Shabby flat stumps is all that's left (does this look like a steal saw job?)
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"I said: “there is a justice of one man, we say, and, I suppose, also of an entire city.” “Assuredly,” said he. “Is not the city larger than the man?” “It is larger,” he said. “Then, perhaps, there would be more justice in the larger object and more easy to apprehend. If it please you, then, let us first look for its quality in states, and then only examine it also in the individual, looking for the likeness of the greater in the form of the less.”"

  • Plato, The Republic
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