The original Jews were Sephardics, out of the Middle East, who went to Spain and Portugal as members of the Islamic empire when the Moors occupied the Iberian Peninsula.
However, almost all Jews today are not descendants of the Sephardics, but originate from a band of ruthless Mongolian tribes called the Khazars. The Sephardics, in search of army for their revolution , chose the Khazars. The Khazars were converted to Judaism, and today they make up 95% of the world’s Jewish population.
Military geniuses, such as Kublai Khan, Genghis Khan, and Attila the Hun, always hired Khazars as mercenaries. At the peak of Russia’s empire she kept the Khazars confined to the ‘Pale of the Settlement’ (Ukraine).
The Sephadics used the Eastern European Khazars as a starting point for their plans of world domination. Their first move towards that goal, was to take control of Russia by overthrowing the Czar.
Communism Is Hatched
Two German Jews who wrote the Communist Manifesto.
Russia consisted of nobles and landless peasants, and was ripe for revolution. In 1861, Czar Alexander II started land reforms, but Jewish nihilists were on the move. Russians had dealt with them for centuries, and had restricted them to the Pale of Settlement (Ukraine).
The Zionist Jewish banking elite had inserted Jewish revolutionaries into Russia, where they began indoctrinating the peasantry with Marxist ideology.
The Bolsheviks went from the villages, to the towns, and finally to the cities, spreading their promise of wealth redistribution.
The Zionist Jewish elite started World War One by pitting Serbia against Germany, and having Russia align with Serbia. The war resulted in food shortages, famine, and discontent, which combine to create ideal breeding grounds for revolution.
Leon Trotsky (Lev Bronstein) and Vladimir Lenin started the revolution.
New York Zionist Bankers Finance 1917 Revolution
They finance Trotsky and Lenin.
Jacob Schiff, the American chairman of the Kuhn & Loeb bank, was the financier of the Bolshevik revolution. He brought Trotsky to New York in February 1916.
Trotsky recruited expatriate young Russian Jews from New York’s large Russian Jewish immigrant population, and trained them as revolutionaries
On March 27, 1917, Trotsky and 300 well-trained Jewish Communists boarded the Norwegian steamer “Kristianiafjord” for a journey to Sweden, and then via railroad, went through Sweden and Finland to St. Petersburg in Russia. Trotsky’s group included revolutionaries, PR men, and NewYork Jewish mafia thugs. Their purpose was to finish the Russian revolution and establish a Marxist government under the leadership of Lenin, Stalin, and Trotsky. Schiff gave this group $20 million in gold.
When the ship stopped at Halifax, the British arrested Trotsky as a Russian subversive, thinking the Jews would pull Russia out of World War One. American President Woodrow Wilson intervened with the British, and Trotsky was allowed to continue on his way
Somehow he had the advantage of an American passport.
Trotsky arrived in Petrograd in a sealed train via Switzerland, through Germany into Russia.
In 1917, Rothschild directs Lenin to replace Kerensky. Lenin, joined by Trotsky and 300 Jews from New York, depose Kerensky.
Kerensky Steps Down
In 1917, Rothschild directs Lenin to replace Kerensky.
Lenin, joined by Trotsky and 300 Jews from New York, depose Kerensky.
In August of 1917, the Royal Family fled to Tobolsk, in Siberia. They stay at the Governors house until April, 1918.
They hoped to escape to England, where King George V was a Romanov cousin, but he refused due to pressure from Jewish groups.
On April 22, 1918, Lenin sends Yankel Yakovlev to persuade Nicholas to agree to sanction the Brest-Litovsk peace treaty. Nicholas said no, but that he would return to Moscow.
Czar Nicholas II and the Royal Family leave Tobolsk for Moscow on April 22, 1918.
On April 30, 1918, the Bolsheviks take the Romanovs off the train in Ekaterinburg.
Yakovlev hands the Romanovs over to their killers.
From May 1 through July 17th, the Romanovs live in the Ipatiev house, in Ekaterinburg.
The Jews knew the White Russian army was trying to rescue the Romanovs from the Red Army, and had to act.
Once the peasants realized they were swindled, they would re-install the Romanovs.
Yankel Sverdlov (né Solomon) sent the order to Yurovsky to kill the Royal Family.
Sverdlov, the Soviet chief who co-signed Lenin’s execution order, put Yurovsky, Romanov’s executioner, in charge.
He was appointed Deputy Regional Commissar of Justice, as well as Regional Cheka head.
In July, Sverdlov appointed Yurovsky to be Commandant of the Ipatiev House. Yurovsky was absolutely ruthless.
On July 4, 1918, Yurovsky, under orders from Moscow, dismissed all the Russian soldiers, except Pavel Medvedev, a Cheka Jewish spy. He replaced the inside and outside of the prison house with foreign revolutionaries serving as guards.
They were Jews from Hungary, as their scribbling on the walls indicated.
A Cheka (secret police) unit replaced the military guard over the Royal family to do the execution. In the Ukraine, “Jews made up nearly 80 percent of the rank-and-file Cheka agents.
The final two weeks were miserable due to to Cheka depravity. Alexei, and the girls, had no privacy as the guards accompanied them in the lavatory. It was a period of humiliations, abuse, and even rape by the Bolshevik guards.
Jacob found Anastasia to be “very attractive”, and ordered his men not to touch her.
Jacob Yurovsky receives the order on July 15, 1918.
About midnight, Yurovsky woke up the Czar’s family, and their party.
At 1 o’clock in the night, the Czar, Czaritza, their four daughters, the maid, the doctor, the cook, and the waiter went to the basement. The Czar carried the heir in his arms.
Yurovsky Reserved The Tsar And Tsarevich For Himself.
Yurtovsky re-entered the room followed by his entire Cheka squad, carrying revolvers. Nicholas, tried to protect his wife and son. Yurtovsky pointed his revolver directly at the Tsar’s head and fired. Nicholas died instantly. Next, he shot Alexandra as she made the sign of the cross. Olga, Tatiana, and Marie were hit next.
Demidova, the maid, survived the first volley, so the Chekas bayoneted her 30 times.
As the room became silent, there was a low groan. Alexis still in the arms of the Tsar, was alive. Yurovsky stepped up and fired two shots into the boy’s ear. Gun smoke, blood and excreta from the still-twitching bodies filled the room.
After the shooting ended, Yurovsky and two guards stayed and undressed the girls, so as to check for hidden jewels.
Jewels hidden in their corsets deflected bullets, and they were still alive. Yurovsky let the guards take ‘Liberties’ with the girls.
Then, the bodies were loaded on a truck, which left Ekaterinburg at about half past two, for a former iron mine known as ‘Four Brothers’ Mine’.
The bodies are taken to a shallow mine. The girls were just in underwear and had all ready been checked for jewels. The guards undressed the girls completely. After “thoroughly” checking the girls, who were still warm, they threw the bodies down into the flooded collapsed pit mine.
It was admitted that the burial detail had to be prevented from raping the body of the Empress after her death.
The next morning, at about eleven o’clock, “military representative” Philip Golochtchekine (Jewish), and the local Soviet president Bieloborodov, came to inspect the work. They found carnage traces visible and the pit mine not deep enough. Yurovsky and his men had to hide Romanovs’ bodies somewhere else.
They put the bodies on a truck, and headed for another mine, but the truck got stuck. They finally buried most of the bodies in a sealed and concealed pit on Koptyaki Road, a since-abandoned cart track 12 miles north of Yekaterinburg.
At three feet deep, they hit rock, so they dug a wide grave, quickly covered it with dirt, and finally with planks. But events did not leave them the time to end their task because some days after, on the 25th of July, Ekaterinburg fell to the advancing White Army.
Nine days later, Ekaterinburg fell to the counter-revolutionaries, and they got confessions from some of the guards who participated.
Before the Siberian Government could apprehend the Jews, the Red Army again took Ekaterinburg, and the Bolsheviks renamed the town for Sverdlov.
The Jewish Board of Deputies, as well as the Anglo-Jewish Association in Britain, published an interview with Starynkevich, a Jewish lawyer, who was then Minister of Justice in the Urals region. Starynkevich had appointed another Jew, Sergeiev, to carry out the actual investigation. He was replaced with the magistrate Sokolov.
The former Minister was now quoted as saying that his team of investigators had found no trace whatever of any Jewish involvement in the killings. This was a brazen falsehood, and was evidently intended, since it proved nothing, to give Jewish organizations abroad, a means of confusing and obscuring the whole issue.
The Romanov jewels were said to be in the hands of New York collectors.
In 1977, Moscow had the Ipatiev house destroyed.
On April 12, 1989, startling news came from the Soviet Union, that the bones of the Romanov royal family had been found in a mass grave in the Koptyaki Forest. In fact, they had been discovered by amateur historians, led by Alexander Avdonin and Geli Ryabov, in 1979.
In 1991, Soviet authorities opened the shallow grave (not much more than three feet deep), where the skeletons had lied for decades . They discovered the tangled skeletons of nine people, along with sections of rope and broken sulfuric acid pots.
In 1989, an anthropology team, working from photographs and the written report of Jacob Yurovsky, located the grave. Under the supervision of Dr Maples, almost 1,000 bone fragments were assembled into five female and four male skeletons.
The American forensic team, led by Maples, and later supported by Falsetti, analyzed teeth and bone, and concluded that the missing female was 17-year-old Anastasia. The Americans were astonished at the brutality of the crime.
Since then, controversy has raged over the results of DNA testing and the positive identification of the remains. Subsequent DNA testing by an English team has confirmed that the nine bodies found are those of the Czar and most of his family and attendants.
The missing bodies were of Alexei and one of the Grand Duchesses, probably Marie.