In July, 2021, the world will mourn the 103 years of remembrance of the massacre of Imperial Russia’s Tsar Nicholas II and his family. In 1918, Europe’s most admired royal family, second in timescale only to the Hapsburg Empire, were herded by their Bolshevik captors into a basement in Yekaterinburg under the pretext that their photograph was to be taken.
The 47th G7 summit was held on 11–13 June 2021 in Cornwall in the United Kingdom.
Queen Elizabeth II hosted the G7 leaders and their spouses at an evening reception and dinner closed to most media.
Europe’s de-colonisation of Africa is generally accepted as the price paid for transfer of power from White to Black rule. Not true: the concept of African independence was a massive deception on a par with that of the so-called Russian Revolution, which was nothing of the kind either. Both regime changes transferred power not to the peoples of Russia or Africa, but to a global banking and corporate cabal. This is easily achieved when the global camarilla set the agenda and the ground is prepared.
A Covid-19 outbreak at UK hotel hosting German G7 delegation security and corporate on-message media is announced after 13 hotel employees test positive.
Since its establishment in 1860, the Russian Compound in Jerusalem has undergone many makeovers and ownership changes.
Two active-duty soldiers with the Queen’s elite Coldstream Guards have been charged with conspiracy to sell ammunition. One of the accused is the first-ever black man to reach the top enlisted soldier rank in the force.
An explosive book now published for the first time ever exposes the reality behind the West’s alliance with the Soviet Union to overthrow the Rhodesian and South African government. We asked the author why he had published this damning exposé.
Grand Duke Nicholas Konstantinovich of Russia (1850 – 1918) was the first-born son of Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich who was the younger brother of the Russian emperor Alexander II, and Grand Duchess Alexandra Iosifovna of Russia. He was also the grandson of Tsar Nicholas I and cousin of Tsar Alexander III.
With breath-taking insensitivity the locked-down bankrupt and unemployed peoples of Britain learn that a new royal yacht named after Prince Philip is to be commissioned within weeks, costing as much as £200m.
Priceless emerald necklaces and brooches with huge sapphires that once adorned the gowns of Russian tsarinas later found new owners: American socialites and the wives of oil tycoons.