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Saturday, 26 December 2015

Merkel & Co are Accessories to Mass Murder

There is nothing more dissatisfying, not to say desperately destructive, than having  the right to say "I told you so"

Those who  recognise political Islam and our Western political Traitor Class  for what they are will very soon have acquired this soul-destroying right, if they don't have it already. 

I do not believe that the criminally cowardly Traitor Class of Merkel, Obama, Hollande, Cameron and their accomplices will ever do the right thing by the people they pledged to protect - so the survival of our culture and even of our existence  depends on how fast the absolutely necessary  new  Nuremberg Trials  can be held. 

I want to put it on record that I agree with everything Paul West says in this video, published shortly after the Paris horrors of November 13, 2015. 

The description of this piece of music  by The Spirit of Classical Music (TSCM) will explain the political relevance to my post above.

"The Marche Slave in B-flat minor, Op. 31 (published as Slavonic March) or Serbo-Russian March is an orchestral composition by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky published on october 1876.

In June 1876, Serbia was at war with the Ottoman Empire. Russia openly supported Serbia. The Russian Musical Society commissioned an orchestral piece from Tchaikovsky for a concert in aid of the Red Cross Society, and ultimately for the benefit of wounded Serbian veterans. Many Russians sympathized with their fellow Slavs and Orthodox Christians and sent volunteer soldiers and aid to assist Serbia.

Tchaikovsky referred to the piece as his "Serbo-Russian March" while writing it. It was premiered in Moscow on November 17, 1876, conducted by Nikolai Rubinstein.

The march is highly programmatic in its form and organization. The first section describes the oppression of the Serbs by the Turkish. It uses two Serbian folk songs, "Sunce jarko, ne sijaš jednako" (Bright sun, you do not shine equally), "Rado ide Srbin u vojnike" (Gladly does the Serb become a soldier), giving way to the second section in the relative major key, which describes the Russians rallying to help the Serbs. This is based on a simple melody with the character of a rustic dance which is passed around the orchestra until finally it gives way to a solemn statement of the Russian national anthem "God Save the Tsar". 

The third section of the piece is a repeat of Tchaikovsky's furious orchestral climax, reiterating the Serbian cry for help. 

The final section describes the Russian volunteers marching to assist the Serbs. It uses a Russian tune, this time in the tonic major key and includes another blazing rendition of "God Save the Tsar" prophesying the triumph of the Slavonic people over tyranny. 

The overture finishes with a virtuoso coda for the full orchestra.
The piece shares a few refrains with the 1812 Overture, with which it is frequently paired in performance".  

Pssst: (Can you see these "déjà vus" all over again? Oh and the bolds are mine)


  1. Thank you for your blog and the wonderful videos you search out. I enjoy them very much. Wishing you and yours a happy and healthy New Year.

  2. Hello Rita, what a surprise to stumble upon your blog! We're kindred spirits seeming to travel in a similar orbit. I've come to Paris via Munich, New York and Sydney (quite a few postcards to write, too!). So upsetting to watch the same thing happening everywhere now, in the entire western world (great list of links of yours that I could add some more to!). But .. there's more to the rise and rise of Islam than meets the eye. I've just recently discovered that this phenomenon - along with all the geopolitical developments in the Middle East - can actually be found in Bible prophecy, and in no unclear terms! Islam is the 'Beast'in the Book of Revelation.. And guess what? Islamic eschatology (end time prophecy) mirrors that of the Bible - but turning everything on its head!
    Do add that extra dimension to your clear vision of Islam and what it stands for, it's done a lot for me. It's taken the mystery out of what the future holds.
    Weiter so, and cheers mate, Ellie.

    1. Hello Ellie - co-traveller in this most interesting orbit - although you have New York over me, which I visited only fleetingly, but long enough to be fascinated by its energy. Apologies for publishing your interesting comment so late - it seems to have been stuck somewhere in the ether since the 5 January. I dont know the Bible nor the Torah well, but from the little I have heard, there seem to be quite some similiarities in their respective end time prophecies.

      "... turning everything on its head!...." Himmel und Hölle....