Russian Invasion of United States Underway!

Hidden Account of the Romanovs by John Browne

A story from Pravda dated August 2, 2014 reports, “The Russian invasion of United States still underway”. The Russian invasion is supposed to have begun 2 years ago, “when two well made Russian aircraft landed in the United States loaded with food and supplies, as a relief effort from hurricane ‘Sandy’…” The Russian strategy “hinges on any upcoming hurricanes whereby to continue their invasion of the United States…” This is all said to be part of “an ancient Trojan Horse ploy of ‘bearing gifts’…” [1]

The Pravda report does not say so, but I take it to be a satire on anti-Russian hysteria. A similar satire appeared in Ersjdamoo’s Blog on April 17, 2014. In “America! Rasputin Wants Your Soul!” was described how the dreaded Rasputin books had been found lurking on the dusty shelves of public libraries. Rasputin had belonged to the Khlysty, a heretical Russian sect, whose strange belief was that in order to be saved, first you must sin. “Must we wait until Rasputin and his Khlysty come parachuting down into the American heartland?” [2]

Meanwhile, the “state controlled” Russia Today network (similar to the “state controlled” BBC) issued a report on August 2, 2014, commemorating the 100-year anniversary of the First World War. “World War I began for Russia on August 1, 1914, three years before the revolution which brought down the royal family. On that day Germany declared war on the Russian Empire.” [3]

Mentioned in the Russia Today report is the treaty of Brest-Litovsk of March 3, 1918. This treaty ended Russia’s involvement in World War I. But not mentioned in the RT report are secret portions of the Brest-Litovsk treaty. In an interview I conducted with the late Sherman H. Skolnick on March 6, 1995, the renowned investigator claimed, “There is a section of that secret understanding [Brest-Litovsk], which…  It’s an agreement between the oncoming Bolshevik government, and the Germans and others, that forevermore it will be kept secret that the Tsar and his family were, in fact, rescued.” [4]

Skolnick’s claim of a secret of the Brest-Litovsk treaty was based in part on an article published in early editions of the Chicago Tribune, but later suppressed. He was good enough to send me a photocopy of the suppressed report. In “U.S. Aided Rescue of Czar Nicholas, British Hint”, published in only some editions of the Chicago Tribune of December 14, 1970, it states in part, “There is also mounting evidence that the unpublished complete text of the treaty of Brest-Litovsk signed March 3, 1918, contained a guarantee from the Lenin government that no harm would come to the Romanovs, according to researchers.” The suppressed Tribune report carries a UPI byline, New York, Dec. 13.

In 1997 there was a “big fuss” about DNA evidence supposedly proving that the remains of Tsar Nicholas II had been found. But on or about December 3, 1997 the Associated Press quietly (no “big fuss” attached) reported that “historians accused government experts Wednesday of manipulating evidence to persuade the public that the bones are truly those of Nicholas II.” [5]

This cuts two ways: (1) Did the Russian government of Boris Yeltsin participate in a cover-up by manipulating evidence? Does the “state controlled” Russia Today network know the true facts about what happened to the Tsar and his family? Perhaps RT is aware of secret aspects of Brest-Litovsk but the government will not allow these to be disclosed? Or (2) the top echelons of the Russian government are aware of what really happened to the Tsar and his family, but are holding it for now as a “trump card.” In this scenario, an angered Russia could release the true facts and create a storm in the West, because of the immense Romanov fortune which had been effectively stolen by Rockefeller. Skolnick claimed in my interview of him that the Romanov fortune went to the Chase Bank. [4]

In her book, The Secret Plot To Save The Tsar (ISBN 0-688-16998-8), author Shay McNeal demolished supposed “DNA evidence” which surfaced in the 1990s purportedly proving that the Russian imperial family was murdered at Ekaterinburg in 1918. (See Escape of the Romanovs, Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of April 28, 2014.)

——- Sources ——-
[1] “The Russian invasion of United States still underway”, apparently by Stuart Harrold. Pravda, August 2, 2014.
[2] “America! Rasputin Wants Your Soul!”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, April 17, 2014.
[3] “Dusk of the Empire: 10 facts about Russia in World War I” (later titled “Twilight of the Empire: 10 facts about Russia in World War I”), Russia Today, August 2, 2014.
[4] Conspiracy Nation, Vol. 4, Num. 25.
[5] “Czar Bone’s Authenticity Questioned”, Associated Press, Dec. 3, 1997


About ersjdamoo

Editor of Conspiracy Nation, later renamed Melchizedek Communique. Close associate of the late Sherman H. Skolnick. Jack of all trades, master of none. Sagittarius, with Sagittarius rising. I'm not a bum, I'm a philosopher.
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