Sunday, May 29, 2011

66 years ago [May 1945]


The ghost of Königsberg hovering over the summit of Warsaw?

The arrest of Mladic (and previously comdemnation of Gotovina) as little steps of the "irresistible Long March of Rome" towards the Straits of Bering (= devouring of Schismatic Orthodox East Eurasia and appointment of the new "Boyar of Rome" in the Kremlin, a group of servants to whom belongs Putin and Medvedev....):

Serbian, Romanian presidents boycott Warsaw summit

BELGRADE -- Heads of states from a number countries of central and eastern European countries have gathered for a summit in Warsaw, Poland.
Warsaw (Beta, file)
Warsaw (Beta, file)
There they will review experiences related to their countries' democratization processes - according to reports.
U.S. President Barack Obama will be a special guest at the gathering.

But the decision of organizers to invite Kosovo as an independent state prompted presidents of Serbia and Romania, Boris Tadić and Traian Basescu, to snub the meeting.. ..".


A "long march" of the Roman Universalism which cancelled from the face of earth Lutheranism and related Lutheran Prussia. The Long March occupied then the underground tunnels of the human mind with the image of a Warsaw bombed by German Nazi and oppressed by Russian Communism. The walls of those tunnels are carrying the sparkling images of a sort of baroque, old fashioned Counter Reformation art, to which the meat puppets of Rome, that countless universality of humans serving the Long March of Rome, must kneel and demonstrate their loyalty to the Roman emperor of Eurasia:

Central and Eastern European summit opens in Warsaw

Nineteen heads of state have been welcomed by President Bronislaw Komorowski at the Royal Castle in Warsaw for the 17th Central and Eastern European summit.


17th Meeting of Presidents of Central European States in Warsaw. Photo: PAP/Pawel Supernak
Presidents of Romania and Serbia are not attending due to the presence of the Kosovo president as they do not recognize the breakaway Balkan state which declared independence in 2008.

The ghost of Königsberg:

Below, Königsberg in 1945:

".....Königsberg was destroyed in the last weeks of the war when there was no real reason to assault it. When the soldiers of the Byelorussian front were dying in its streets in the first week of April, 1945, the rest of the Red Army was already besieging Berlin. Seven centuries of history went up in smoke in one week of shelling and bombing. By then, the decision to annihilate East Prussia and grant Königsberg to the Soviet Union had already been taken, so the reason for its destruction remains a mystery. Did Stalin take the decision in a fit of war revenge? Did he think that the setting of an ancient bourgeois city would hamper the development of the new Soviet city he wanted to build in its place? Or did he fear that, unless turned into a pile of ruins, Königsberg might not be conceded to him by the Allies after all? Pictures and models in the bunker-cum-museum where the capitulation of the city was signed are revealing. Most of the destruction was done after-wards, when the victors took to the task of building a new city on the ruins of the old...".


and presented in:

Friday, December 11, 2009

Along The Amber Path 10 - What About Prussia?

(by Douglas Willinger)

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"...Seven centuries of history went up in smoke in one week of shelling and bombing....."

Why Roman Catholic and Jesuit trained Stalin didn't annihilate in the same way also the Roman Catholic portion of Austria
under the control of his troops?

the reason for its destruction remains a mystery"

Austria, the country from where it came the Roman Catholic dictator of Germany who so much worked to exterminate Russians?

Most of the destruction was done after-wards, when the victors took to the task of building a new city on the ruins of the old…"

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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

From Dingle Bay to the Straits of Bering: the true cause of the contemporary events shaking the world

(As I have no time, no resources, no money, no support at disposition, it is clear that what I wrote is affected by many errors and uncorrectness. I am not a prostitute lay journalist of this dirty Vatican 'tollerant' regime called 'democracy'. I have not the 51% of the Bank of America supporting my writings. I don't control the Casinò of Ostenda and neither Citroen and Peugeot as the General Superior did at least in 1958. So corrections and additions could appear in the future)


  1. Serbia ought to recognize a Prussian government in exile!

  2. Just wait and see.... if they have at disposition some traitors who would start to cry for the "old good Prussia" but without to expose the true religious background who led to the destruction of it.... In this case they will immediately create a sort of "Prussian govt. in exile"....

  3. Of course destruction of Protestant Prussia and Koenisberg was also a revenge for the secession of king Albrecht!