The proud ethnic Cossack peoples had long suffered stigmatisation, hate and horror by the Bolsheviks. This was partly due to the unwavering allegiance of the Cossack to the Romanov dynasty.Read more
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The memory of Nicholas II and his family on the anniversary of the execution is being paid tribute to and honoured by up to 100,000 believers. In Yekaterinburg, a large procession was held. On the night of July 17, more than 10 thousand pilgrims walked 21 kilometres from the Christian Temple on the Blood, built on the site of the execution of the royal family, to the Ganina pit, where the Jewish Bolshevik perpetrators tried in vain to hide the martyrs remains.Read more
The French Line’s Normandie is one of few contenders for the title Greatest Liner Ever. She was a ship of superlatives: the largest ship in the world for five years, the first liner to exceed 1,000 feet in length; to exceed 80,000 tons; the largest turbo-electric powered liner; and the first to make a 30 knot Atlantic crossing.Read more
Elton John says it for many people: ‘I regard all pop music as irrelevant in the sense that people in 200 years won‘t be listening to what is being written and played today. I think they will be listening to Beethoven.’Read more
In July, 2020, the world will mourn the 102 years of remembrance of the massacre of Imperial Russia’s Tsar Nicholas II and his family. In 1918, Europe’s most admired royal family, second in timescale only to the Hapsburg Empire, were herded by their Bolshevik captors into a basement in Yekaterinburg under the pretext that their photograph was to be taken.Read more
‘Moscow is a unique city. Dozens of churches are being built there at the same time, and there is not a single city anymore in the world, much less a capital, in which so many churches would be built at the same time,’ TASS quoted the head of the press service of the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia, priest Alexander Volkov.Read more
What strange fates greeted the murderers of the Romanovs?
Whilst the fate of Tsar Nicholas II, his family and his aides is reasonably well known, the same is not true of the detail in which one certainly finds the Devil. Unknown to Western eyes and ears the karma like fate that befell those who slaughtered the then world’s most revered royals is thought-provoking as it is fascinating.
Grand Duke Nicholas Konstantinovich of Russia (1850 – 1918) was the first-born son of Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich who was the younger brother of the Russian emperor Alexander II, and Grand Duchess Alexandra Iosifovna of Russia. He was also the grandson of Nicholas I and cousin of Alexander III.Read more
An investigative journalist, who went undercover to infiltrate violent leftist groups such as Antifa, has been found dead. Bechir Rabani infiltrated Antifa and was about to expose billionaire people trafficker George Soros when he died.Read more
Whatever one’s views on Vladimir Putin, the Russian President is by any account a remarkable man. His life and career can only be described as extraordinary. One need only compare it with the mundane achievements of his main adversaries to acknowledge the reason for the Russian president’s superiority at the international chess game that politics has become.Read more