Russophobia akin to anti-Semitism

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Of course anti-semitism might better be defined as anti-khazarism.

The history of Russophobia, hatred of Russians, is just as long as the history of anti-Semitism. In any case, since the time of Charlemagne, the West has been hating Russia desperately.

The West to Russia: We love to hate you

In May 2015, Geneva-based publishing house Editions des Syrtes published a bestselling book by well-known journalist and writer Guy Mettan titled “West – Russia: The Thousand-Year History of War Russophobia from Charlemagne to the Ukrainian Crisis.”

The word combination “bestselling book” means here that the circulation of 3,000 copies of the French version of the book was sold out instantly. A “bombshell” would be too weak a word to describe the controversy that the book by this veteran journalist caused.

Russophobe critiques of various nationalities attacked Mettan Guy: “Was there any form Russophobia under Charlemagne, if there was no Russia in the ninth century?” The Swiss intellectual responded that the crowned Emperor of the West (year 800) Charlemagne broke off relations with Byzantium, whose successor was Russia.

The American Russophobia is the youngest. Since 1945, it has deftly straddled “the Nazis technique of mass propaganda and ideological motive to combat a powerful adversary – Soviet Bolshevism” in combination with French phrase-mongering about liberty, democracy and human rights.

The goals were typically Anglo-Saxon ones: domination at sea, access to major continental markets and military superiority.

A new round of stigmatization of Russia fell for 2003. Guy Mettan noted two aspects in this regard: an international one (the refusal to recognize the invasion of Iraq as struggle against terrorism under the false pretext of the need to withdraw weapons of mass destruction from Saddam Hussein) and a domestic one (the arrest of oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky directly before selling the control stake in oil company Yukos to Texas-based ExxonMobil).

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A subject I have long posted about. Charlemagne had his reasons. The plan is long term. And yes it is still a clash between Rome and Byzantium. It was that way under Ivan the Terrible who told the vatican delegations to return to Rome, he was the representative of Christ on earth. And so the struggle continues.

And do you really think that this was just limited to Spain when even the Popes where racial Jews, and as evidenced here the created of a hate manifesto wrote by two racial Jews in the Catholic Clergy lead to a real HOLOCAUST of tens of thousands of Gentiles most being murdered by being burnt to death. It’s also a little known fact under the Catholic rule the Jews even got a free Jewish Kingdom [Septimaniain] Europe.

The Vatican also had the original Pagan Monarchy killed off as much as possible and replaced with criminal proxies loyal to them. The most famous case being the murder of King Dagobert of the Merovingians by the Vatican. His crown was then usurped by the Vatican and given to Pepin the Fat of Herstal of whom had been one of Dagoberts trust mayors, it the killer was acting on direct orders from Pepin himself. This set up a situation in Western Europe where the Aryan Royal lines where one by one usurped by the enemy


“Machir’s sister known as Bertha Bigfoot married the son of Charles Martel, Pepin, and became the mother of Charlemagne. Bertha (also called Bertrada) gave birth to Charlemagne in 742. Bertha’s mother was said to be called ‘White Flower’ (Blanche Fleur) or Lilly-which is the origin of the name of the House of Lily for the French Kings. Lily is also a title acquainted with the Davidic House and the future Messiah as the ‘Lilly of the Valley’. Charlemagne was referred to as “David” by his followers. When Charlemagne became King in 768 on the death of his father King Pepin-I, he proclaimed Machir the Western Exilarch, King of Septimania. Machir was his maternal uncle [the brother of his mother].

The families of Machir, Gershom and Bertha were to replace the old Merovingian Dynasty-and they took to themselves the Merovingian names and titles. As a result the genealogies became confused and later generations obscured the fact of this powerful Jewish Dynasty in Europe. Later genealogists hid the origin of the mother of Charlemagne with a false genealogy linking her to the Merovingians. They did the same for all the Exilarch family. You must remember that The Carolingians were replacing the Merovingians and they had a need for legitimatizing themselves by appearing to be a continuation of the Merovingian line. Fortunately in many cases they have only thinly disguised the genealogies so that it is possible to reconstruct them.”-Athol Bloomer

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