Јевреји су у Русији поклали Руског цара и целу његову фамилију. Руски цар, који је једини био уз Србе за време првог светског рата. Слике јевреја који су наредили покољ Руског цара и целе његове фамилије. И слике деце Руског цара.
Ово су Руске принцезе поклане од јевреја у Русији:
Young Prince Alexei Romanov, heir to the Russian throne was only 13 years old when he had his life stolen from him by Commie Bolshevik Jews:
The words scrawled above were originally uttered by the Jew poet Heinrich Heine. Don't let the German name fool you. The man was described by one of his associates as "a Jew with Greek eyes."
He's famous for penning such gems as...
"It is extremely difficult for a Jew to be converted, for how can he bring himself to believe in the divinity of another Jew?"
...and this typically Jewish saying:
"The fundamental evil of the world arose from the fact that the good Lord has not created money enough." It seems they can never get enough.
The words scrawled above, though, were written on the basement wall of a house in Russia back in 1918, shortly before a group of Jewish revolutionaries brutally murdered a White man, his wife, their chronically ill son, and their four beautiful daughters.
The words say:
"Belsatzar ward in selbiger Nacht
Von seinen Knechten umgebracht."
"Belsatzar was, on the same night,
by his own slaves slain."
You might be wondering why these Jews found such words fitting for the ritual murder of a Russian family. The answers lie in the Bible's Book of Daniel. In that book, Belshazzar was a great king of Babylon. He threw a feast, at which he and his court drank from some Jewish cups. At this point a magickal hand appeared and traced some words in Hebrew on the wall. Unable to read the words, the king called in his Jewish slave, Daniel, to interpret the words. Daniel read the words, "Mene , Mene , Tekel , Parsin." He told the king this meant he would die. The writing was on the wall... Later that same night, Belshazzar was killed by his own servants.
You may still be wondering what this had to do with the unfortunate circumstances of the lovely Russian family that was so brutally slain by the Jews. It makes more sense once you realize that that Russian man was a King -- An Emperor, no less!!! -- and his wife was an Empress, his poor, sickly son a prince, and his four lovely daughters all grand duchesses of the realm. It seems the Jews had put the writing on the wall for this royal family, too. The person who scribbled the words above even deliberately misspelled the name the Jew poet Heine had written as "Belsazar;" instead, he had written the word as "Belsatzar," to show his contempt for the Russian Emperor, or Tzar.
The Jew Yankel Solomon, who called himself by the name Yakov Sverdlov, ordered the killing:
The Jew Yakov Yurovsky, whom the Emperor called "The Dark Man," led the death squad which murdered the royal family:
And once again here are the children whose lives they took:
THE FACE OF TERROR: Soviet Russia's Commissar of War and founder of the Red Army:
Leon Trotsky alias Lev Davidovich Bronstein, the Jewish Commissar of Comissars
These are but three of the numerous Jews responsible for bringing about the collapse of the Russian monarchy, the rise of the Soviet Union, and decades of hostility and Cold War between the American, Western European, and Russian peoples. I don't agree with the Jew poet Heinrich Heine on much, but I can agree with him when he says this:
"We should forgive our enemies, but only after they have been hanged first."
From Yurovsky's memoirs:
"Then the remains were buried just there, under the fire, and then the fire was lit up again and it completely concealed the traces of our digging. At the same time a common grave was dug for the rest. By 7 o'clock a.m. the pit had been ready. It was about 2 arshins (about 56 inches) deep and 3 (84 inches) long and wide. The bodies were put into the pit, the faces and bodies were poured with a sulphuric acid so that they were unrecognizable as well to prevent the stink of decomposition (the pit wasn't too deep). Having thrown the pit with earth and brushwood we put over sleepers and passed by several times so that no traces of the pit were left."