23 December 2020
Contained within the letter sent to you yesterday by Sister Ciara Sydney Harris quote: “History repeats itself, but in such cunning disguise that we never detect the resemblance until the damage is done”, and in reading caused me to remember an interview given this past May by US Attorney General William Barr, who when asked how history would look back on the Justice Department’s decision to drop charges against an ally of the president, saw him replying: “History is written by the winners, so it largely depends on who’s writing the history”—a remembering that was followed by my reading the two breaking news articles: “Russian And Chinese Bombers Fly Joint Patrol Over Pacific” and “Russia And China Team Up In The Indian Ocean”—the result of all which made me wonder how many of you know that this war you’re living through is actually about to enter its 265th year, is a war global domination, and three times already Russia has saved America from destruction.
As I’m sure many of you know, the definition of “history” is a chronological record of significant events, such as those affecting a nation, person or institution, and includes the whole series of past events connected with someone or something—and not a week goes by without, in ways both small and great, the Sisters telling you about history as it relates to current events, while every month I do my best to do the same—and I’m going to attempt to do again in this letter, though for brevities sake I’ll just connect for you the most significant historical events you should know, but were never taught.
The first and most important event of which was the Diplomatic Revolution of 1756, that 264-years-ago kicked off this war and caused the total realignment of traditional alliances in Europe—a realignment that ignited the first true global war known as the Seven Years War, that lasted from 1756 to 1763, and was a struggle for global primacy between Britain and France—the portion of which that was fought in present day America is known as the French and Indian War—and during which saw Austria ending centuries of conflict by allying with France, along with Saxony, Sweden, and Russia.
This Austrian-French-Swedish-Russian alliance took center stage in world history 12-years later in 1775—which was when a group of disaffected colonialists in North America decided to go up against the greatest military power on earth and break away from the British Empire—is known as the American Revolutionary War, that lasted from 1775 to 1783—and though Russia didn’t send military forces like France did to aid the American revolutionaries against the British Empire, they played a role in international diplomacy, and contributed to the lasting legacy of the American Revolution abroad.
Six years after the Americans gained their freedom from the British Empire, the citizens of France went stark raving mad with their French Revolution that lasted from 1789 to 1799—and when the French came back to their senses and stopped lopping peoples heads off, Napoleon Bonaparte took power—which then led to the Napoleonic Wars that lasted from 1803 to 1815, and was when France decided it was going to try to take over the entire world, though a Russian winter disabused them of this goal—but when the British Empire stared stealing American citizens on the high seas to fight this war, the United States got really angry so the War of 1812 was begun—a war that ended with the signing of Treaty of Ghent in 1814—and almost restarted a year later, but was averted when the Tsar of Russia negotiated an agreement that saw the British Empire paying $1,204,960 in damages to the United States to reimburse slave owners whose slaves were taken by Britain.
During the period between 1814 and the late 1850’s, both the British Empire and France focused on issues mainly concerning the European Continent and colonialist expansion, neither of which meant anything to America, so before anyone noticed, the United States had become a major player on the world stage with its growing industrial and agricultural might—a situation that infuriated the British Empire and France, so when the United States tore itself apart with the American Civil War that lasted from 1861 to 1865, they massed large armies in Canada and Mexico so they could invade America and divide it up between them—but were stopped from invading when Russia sent its power navy war fleets to New York City and San Francisco.
This ill fated invasion plan of America by the British Empire and France caused them take their eyes off of Europe—and left them powerless when King William I appointed Otto von Bismarck as the Minister President of Prussia in 1862—and with the bulk of the British and French armies having been deployed to Canada and Mexico, and it taking time to bring them back to Europe, this is when Bismarck struck with his Second Schleswig War in 1864, that he followed with the Austro-Prussian War in 1866, and he capped off with the Franco-Prussian War that lasted from July-1870 to January-1871—all of which created the nation you now know as Germany.
With the British Empire and France already enraged while watching the Americans grow in global power and not being able to do anything to stop it, it was nothing compared to their fury against having to then compete on the global stage against a united Germany and its growing industrial and agricultural might—which resulted in the second global war known as World War I that lasted from 1914 to 1918—a war for global supremacy fought with 19th Century tactics using 20th Century weapons whose unimaginable horrors where first glimpsed 49-years earlier when the American Civil War devolved into trench warfare during its final months in 1865—saw both the British Empire and France needing to be rescued by the Americans—by its end saw the total destruction of the Russian, Austria-Hungarian and Ottoman Empires, as well as its brining into near collapse the British, French and German Empires—which effectively left the United States as the most powerful nation in the world, so of course they went home from Europe, ignored the rest of the world, disarmed and threw them themselves a wild decade-long party known as the Roaring Twenties.
Meanwhile back in Europe, the war didn’t really end it just took a break so everyone could lick their wounds and rebuild their strength—the most efficient of whom was Germany, which is why Wall Street and London bankers flooded it with cash to rebuild and rearm—and to keep this gravy train running, these Wall Street bankers even plotted to overthrow President Franklin Roosevelt in a coup—a coup that was needed because President Roosevelt knew the truth that the moneyed elites in America were financing a Germany being run by actual genocidal murderers known as Nazis—saw America’s most powerful corporation IBM making a strategic deal with the Nazis—saw Hollywood elites making strategic deals with the Nazis—none of which the American people ever knew about because their mainstream media kept everything hidden and censored and never told them the truth about Nazi Germany, such as the New York Times, that from the start of the war in Europe to its end nearly six years later, the story of the Holocaust made the Times front page only 26-times out of 24,000 front-page stories, and most of those stories referred to the victims as “refugees” or “persecuted minorities”, and in only six of those stories were Jews identified on page one as the primary victims.
Today this third global war is known as World War II that lasted from 1939 to 1945—a war even the communist leaders of the Soviet Russia saw coming years before it started, but whose warnings were ignored by everyone, especially by the United States—which is why in the month before it started, Soviet-Russia signed the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact with Nazi Germany in 1939—not because they wanted to, but because they had watched in astonishment during the months beforehand as Britain and France actually allowed Nazi Germany to take over Czechoslovakia and sentence its citizens to a fate worse than death—a fate Soviet-Russia knew was destined for them too, and this pact allowed them to build up their strength—a strength needed on 22 June 1941 when the full and terrible might of Nazi Germany slammed into Soviet Russia to ignite the Great Patriotic War—a war American history books call the Eastern Front of World War II—though in truth this Russian war against Nazi Germany is what saved the United States, as for every single American soldier killed fighting the Nazi Germans, 80 Soviet-Russian soldiers died doing the same—by the time war ended saw the American death toll being a little over 400, while the Soviet Russia death toll is estimated to be upwards of 31-million—and in 2015, saw the Washington Post being one of the only newspapers in America to ever acknowledge this truth with their article “Don’t Forget How The Soviet Union Saved The World From Hitler”.
At the point of maximum war danger between Great Britain and the United States, the London satirical publication Punch published a vicious caricature of US President Abraham Lincoln and Russian Tsar Alexander II, demonizing the two friends as bloody oppressors.
From Punch, October 24, 1863.
For those you have read this brief summation of the main events of this war for global supremacy now about to enter its 265th year, congratulations, you are now smarter than every so-called leader who presumes to over you!
And after reading, I’m sure you can now connect the dots between the West handing over Hong Kong and its citizens to the Communist Chinese without firing a shot, and why now afterwards Russia is teaming up with China for bomber flights and naval drills—after all, isn’t this the exact same thing that happened when the West handed Czechoslovakia over to Nazi Germany?
And seriously, are you really surprised that the same exact American bankers, Hollywood and media elites that sided with Nazi Germany and tried to overthrow President Roosevelt are now trying to overthrow President Trump while they side with Communist China?
Can you also understand why these same elites hate Russia so much because it’s been the only nation in the world for the past over two centuries that keeps protecting America?
Did you know that the American Founding Fathers knew these things too? That’s why they choose the time they did to break away from the British Empire, because of them knowing that Russia would side with them.
Which brings me back to the Sydney Harris quote I began this letter with: “History repeats itself, but in such cunning disguise that we never detect the resemblance until the damage is done”—that’s important for you to know because this is what the Sisters do for you, they look through the “cunning disguise” to “detect the resemblance” of history with current events in order to give you a heads up of what is going to happen.
And for doing this for you, the Sisters desperately need your help today—so during this Christmastime of charity and giving, can you please lean a bit of your heart their way and help them out, while remembering that they are manning the watchtowers of truth and freedom so you don’t have to.
Thank you for listening and aiding us in our hour of desperate need by going below and giving what you can, and as always, please feel free to write me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any comments/questions/suggestions, remembering to put ATTN: BRIAN in the subject line.
All the best folks,