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Summary of Links on this Page:
Mongol Invasion of Europe
Germany had a close connection with Hungary and Austria through Hitler. Central Europe had been invaded by Asian forces
back in the 1200s. The Mongols left their mark. Although centuries earlier and perhaps hard to pinpoint, we should
question whether a Mongolian as well as Turkish element was added to the Nazi dispositional stew. If we add Asian as well
as Turkish approaches to the Teutonic ones, we might come closer to what was really behind the Nazis. If we leave out
certain strands of Asian-ness, or easternness, in other words, we might not be looking at the situation with a full set of
lenses. The significance might still be with us today. There were times Mongols in the Ghengis Khan bloodline were
genocidal. We need to remember which countries were impacted: Eastern Hungary, Poland, Croatia and Russia were a few.
Look at the list below to see all that were invaded by the Mongols. We need to ask ourselves if any strands of the Mongol
bloodline, culture and language had anything to do with either Hitler or Lenin beyond any studies they applied for military
knowledge and insight. Certain curves with peaked needle-like tops in rooftops of architecture as well as helmets are found
in Russia and Budapest, for example, and we see similar motifs in the early 1900s German helmets*. Perhaps these
influences have a psychological undercurrent, not just a stylist one.
* See helmet on Kaiser Wilhelm I in photo here
See helmet on Kaiser Wilhelm II photo here
Invasions and conquest of Rus' lands
Invasion into Central Europe
Invasion of fragmented Poland
Invasion of the Kingdom of Hungary
Invasion of the Kingdom of Croatia
Impact on Romanian principalities
Tactical Failure against Western Europeans
Mongol diffusion of Chinese gunpowder to Europe
End of the Mongol advance
Against Poland (1259 and 1287)
Against Byzantine Thrace (1265, 1324 and 1337)
Against Bulgaria (1241, 1242, 1271, 1274, 1280 and 1285)
Against Hungary (1285)
Against Serbia (1291)
Bolsheviks Cossacks Russian Mafia Tatars
Book: Investigating The Russian Mafia (2008)
Author: Joseph D. Serio
Book: The Russian Mafia in America (2011)
Author: Laura Radanko
Book: Red Notice: A True Story of High Finance, Murder, and One Man's Fight for Justice (2015)
Author: Bill Browder
Book: Red Mafiya: How the Russian Mob Has Invaded America (2009)
Author: Robert I. Friedma
Excerpts from informal blog on the Russian mafia https://www.stormfront.org/forum/t58689/
Russians will tell you that when they hear stories about the "Russian mafia" they laugh. Why?
Because they know that the Russian mafia is Jewish. These are not ethnic Russians, but Jews.
Russians write, we see all the names of the leaders of this "Russian" mafia and we laugh, because we recognize all these
names as Jewish names.
The FBI is using electromagnetic weapons such as Raytheon's Active Denial system which can create a sense of anxiety, dread,
intense drowsiness and confusion in its victim. The target of the weapon "would not necessarily realize that they were being
targeted by such a device." The weapon can be focused and isolated on a single individual.
In Germany, it was, "I am a victim of the Jews. Blame the Jews." In America, it is, "I am a victim of whites. Blame the whites.
Another person’s informal blog from Stormfront as part of above discussion:
I had to do some research on the Russian mafia for school. Apparently they have operations all over the world (like 17
countries or so), and apparently Israel is one of their most important money laundering countries. The Russian mafia is
apparently trying to compete with the Colombian drug cartel... And if they truly threw all their resources at it, the Russian
mafia could easily dominate, as the mafia has a stranglehold on Russia's fetal capitalist economy. In my opinion the Russian
mafia is by far the most powerful in the world. (If I had to dig up links for the above facts, I guess I could, but it would take
quite a bit of googling.)
Also on a related note: The Stolen Forests (2008) http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2008/10/06/the-stolen-forests
The Bolsheviks, originally also Bolshevists[a] or Bolsheviki (Russian: большевики, большевик (singular); IPA:
[bəlʲʂɨˈvʲik]; derived from большинство bol'shinstvo, "majority", literally meaning "one of the majority") were a faction of
the Marxist Russian Social Democratic Labour Party (RSDLP) which split apart from the Menshevik faction[b] at the Second
Party Congress in 1903.[4…I
n the Second Party Congress vote, the Bolsheviks won on the majority of important issues, hence their name. They
ultimately became the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.[c] The Bolsheviks or Reds came to power in Russia during the
October Revolution phase of the Russian Revolution of 1917, and founded the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic
(RSFSR). With the Reds defeating the Whites, opponents of the Reds, and others during the Russian Civil War of 1917–1922, the
RSFSR became the chief constituent of the Soviet Union in December 1922
see painting: http://www.britannica.com/topic/Cossack
Excerpt: (hi-lite and italicized in green
Russian Kazak, (from Turkic kazak, “adventurer” or “free man”), member of a people dwelling in the northern hinterlands of
the Black and Caspian seas. They had a tradition of independence and finally received privileges from the Russian government in
return for military services.
Most Applicable Excerpt hi-lited and italicized in green:
Eventually, however, the name became associated with the Turkic Muslims of Ukraine and Russia, namely the descendants of
Muslim Volga Bulgars, Kipchaks, Cumans, and Turkicized Mongols or Turko-Mongols (Nogais), as well as other Turkic-speaking
peoples (Siberian Tatars, Qasim Tatars, and Mishar Tatars) in the territory of the former Russian Empire (and as
such generally includes all Northwestern Turkic-speaking peoples)
The Tatars are a Turkic people living in Asia and Europe who were one of the five major tribal confederations (khanlig) in the
Mongolian plateau in the 12th century CE…
Russian Region updated 06/25/2016
Wall Street Journal
Article: In the US Associating Sikhs With Terrorism - violent discrimination against Sikhs (2013)
The attack on a Columbia University professor in New York on Saturday evening has reinforced concerns that the Sikh community in
the U.S. is misunderstood and that turbans and beards are associated with terrorism. A group of young men allegedly called Prabhjot
Singh “Osama” and “terrorist” as they punched and kicked him, breaking his jaw and dislodging his teeth.“What happened did not
happen in a vacuum. Here in New York City, we regularly receive reports that Sikh school children are called ‘Bin Laden’ or ‘terrorist’ by
classmates and sometimes endure physical violence,” said Amardeep Singh, program director at the Sikh Coalition, a U.S.-based group
promoting Sikh rights. The Sikh Coalition was formed on Sept. 11, 2001, in response to “reprisal” attacks on Sikhs in the U.S. following
the al Qaeda terror attacks earlier that day.
List of Sikh Terrorist Groups in Bharat
First Sikh Terrorist Group was established by Jarnail Singh Bhindrawala in 1980. Bhindrawala wanted to have separate Sikh country,
Khalistan. During this time, Bhindrawala and his followers began to recruit more Sikhs in their group.
In 1984, Gurbachan Singh Manochal established another Sikh Terrorist Group, Khalistan Tigers Force. In the beginning of 1984,
Bhindrawala Group was in power in Harmandir Gurudwara at Amritsar.
Note: Most of the Sikh People wanted to establish Punjab as a separated Sikh country during the period of 1978 to 2000.
Note: Punjab, north western state of Bharat.
Note: Sikh Terrorists and Supporters of Khalistan are reorganizing terrorist groups. In 2008, Sikh Terrorists received annual salary of
about 132 Crore Rupees from Pakistani ISI agency. Pakistani ISI is rehiring Sikhs Terrorists in Punjab, Bharat. Terrorist groups’ leaders
get 60 Lach Rupees as a salary per year.
People behind the Idea of Terrorism
The Akhand Kirtani Jatha of Sikhs were in favor of Sikh Terrorist wanted to establish Sikh Fundamentalist and Armed Groups to free
Punjab from Bharat.
Later on, Jarnail Singh Bhindrawala and Gurbachan Singh Mano Chahal were the main people to establish armed group to establish
Punjab as a separate state, Khalistan.
Note: Pakistan’s ISI had provided training to Sikhs in Pakistan. Pakistan’s Government had also provided money to Sikh Terrorist
sikh section updated 06/13/2016
Website: Alpha History
If at the height of the Vietnam War (1965-76) you had asked an American who their country was fighting in Vietnam, most would have
said the Viet Cong. The Viet Cong was a network of communist agents and subversives, supplied and controlled by North Vietnam but
active within South Vietnam. The origins of the Viet Cong begin with the Geneva Accords of 1954. Under the terms of the Accords,
military personnel were ordered to return to their place of origin, either North or South Vietnam. Many Viet Minh soldiers and
sympathisers, however, stayed in South Vietnam and remained ‘underground’, mostly in rural or remote areas. Their reasons for doing
this are in dispute. Some historians suggest that indigenous communist groups in South Vietnam chose to remain there, rather than
shift to the North. Others claim they did so under orders from Hanoi, which wanted to disrupt the development of the South and
prepare for a future war. Whatever the reasons, by 1959 there were as many as 20 different communist cells scattered around South
Vietnam. In total these cells contained as many as 3,000 men.
See more at:
viet cong section updated 06/13/2016
Summary of Links On This Page:
BBC: What the new photos of North Korean leaders say (05/2016)
CNBC: North Korea missile reaches new hts intensifying threat to Japan (06/22/2016)
CNN: North Korea Preemptive Nuclear Strike -Threat (03/2016)
C-Span: North Korea, Video Clip (Note 5/13/16: Good discussion)
Excerpt: Book Discussion on The Cleanest Race B.R. Myers takes an in-depth look at North Korean society and the
domestic propaganda to which its citizens are exposed. Myers argues that North Korea is a paranoid, military-
dominated nationalist state with a government that is influenced heavily by Japanese fascism. He spoke at the World
Affairs Council of Northern California.
The Guardian: UN tightens sanctions on North Korea after largest nuclear test yet (11/30/2016)
Security council unanimously approves resolution targeting wide range of sanctions in response to September test
Global Post: The Cabal Really Runs North Korea
Huffington Post: North Korea Nuclear program - Appears to Reopen Plutonium Plant (06/2016)
New York Times: North Korea Defying Warnings Prepares Long-Range Rocket Launch (02/2016)
New York Times: US student runs afoul of north koreas devotion to slogans
New York Times: History of Seizing Americans
Quora: Is North Korea communist or fascist? What is the difference?
Reuters: Japan military on alert for possible North Korean ballistic missile launch (06/21/2016)
Japan's military was on alert for a possible North Korean ballistic missile launch, a government source said on Tuesday,
with media reporting its navy and anti-missile Patriot batteries had been told to shoot down any projectile heading for
Japan. North Korea appeared to have moved an intermediate-range missile to its east coast, but there were no signs of
an imminent launch, South Korea's Yonhap News Agency reported, citing an unnamed government source. A South
Korean Defense Ministry official said it could not confirm the Yonhap report and said the military was watching North
Korea's missile activities closely.
In Washington, a Pentagon spokesman said the United States continued to coordinate with its allies in the region and
was watching the situation "very, very closely."
"We of course would have concerns if the North Koreans were to conduct another missile test... we certainly would
urge North Korea to refrain from doing that sort of thing," Peter Cook told reporters in Washington. Tension in the
region has been high since isolated North Korea conducted its fourth nuclear test in January and followed that with a
satellite launch and test launches of various missiles. Japan has put its anti-ballistic missile forces on alert several
times this year after detecting signs of missile launches.
The Japanese government source said there were again signs North Korea might be preparing a launch of the
intermediate-range Musudan missile, the same missile it attempted to launch in May, prompting the order for the
military to go on alert. South Korea's Foreign Ministry said if North Korea goes ahead with a launch it would again be in
violation of U.N. resolutions and defying repeated warnings by the international community.
"It will further isolate the North from the international community," ministry spokesman Cho June-hyuck told a
Sputnik: EU Toughens Sanctions Against North Korea Over Pyongyang’s Nuclear Tests (05/27/2016)
Excerpt: The European Union adopted new sanctions against North Korea on Friday that seek to tighten
economic pressure on Pyongyang after its nuclear and ballistic testing
north korea section updated 12/29/2016
Let’s consider the Latvia - Russian front.
Nations Online: Where is Latvia:
Latvia is a country on the Baltic Sea between Lithuania and Estonia. Its landscape is marked by wide beaches as well as dense,
sprawling forests. Latvia’s capital is Riga, home to notable wooden and art nouveau architecture, a vast Central Market and a
medieval Old Town with St. Peter's Church. Riga's museums include the Latvian Ethnographic Open-Air Museum, showcasing
local crafts, food and music.
The Guardian,5/16: West and Russia on course for war, says ex-Nato deputy commander
Former British general predicts Russia will seize territory in eastern Ukraine and invade Baltic states, sparking war
COUNTING DOWN TO A RUSSIAN INVASION OF THE BALTICS
BY STEPHEN BLANK ON 1/12/16 AT 3:44 PM
Putin's dangerous games in the Baltic
Is the Russian president really crazy enough to launch a new wave of invasions, or is it all a clever bluff?
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