2083 A European Declaration of Independence

August 2, 2011

1.29 Overview Historical acts of high treason by European Governments

Filed under: Uncategorized — sitamnesty @ 11:15

Self interest and treason

Its apparent that nations who act in accordance with their own short term goals alone show no consideration for historical perspectives.

Where there should be a joint anti-Jihad action by the affected nations there is no action, no consultation, no planning, just short term self interest.

Historical examples

– Europes refusal to aid Christian protectorates in the Middle East.

– Europes refusal to aid the Christian Byzantine Empire against the Jihadi invasions.

– The Venetians refusal to side with the Serbians against the Ottoman invasions (Svemirko’s note).

– Napoleon invades Egypt in 1798 and takes control over Christian Malta and Christian Palestine. However, Britain fights France defending the Ottomans.

Napoleon withdraws, the Turks regain Egypt, and Britain is rewarded with Malta.

– The Ottomans lose more lands from their crumbling Empire. During the series of wars between 1806 and 1812, the Russians crush the Ottomans, who sign the Treaty of Bucharest. One day after the Treaty, Napoleon attacks Russia.

– In 1854 Britain and France along with the Ottomans go to war against Russia in the Crimean Peninsula. The allied forces defeat Russia and impose heavy conditions in the Treaty of Paris, signed in 1856.

– Bosnia revolts against the taxation in 1875 and Bulgaria follows in 1876 to become free from the Ottomans. The Turks ruthlessly massacre more than 12 000 men, women and children in Bulgaria, and thousands more all over the Balkans. The Treaty of Kucuk Kaynarca of 1774 gave Russia the right to interfere in Ottoman affairs to protect the Sultans Christian subjects. The British Government defends the Ottoman actions, and a furious Russia declares war.

The war of 1877-78 takes place in the Balkans and on the Caucasus fronts. The Russians along with other volunteer ethnic armies deal the Ottomans a crushing defeat.

– In March of 1878 and under pressure from Britain, Russia enters into a settlement under the Treaty of San Stefano, in which the Ottoman Empire recognises the independence of Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, and autonomy of Bulgaria.

– For commercial and political interests in mind, Britains Disraeli and the Austrians insist that a new treaty be drawn up in June of that year, at a congress of powers in Berlin.

At the Congress of Berlin, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro were recognised as independent. And autonomous Bulgaria was greatly reduced and the Austro-Hungarian Empire occupies Bosnia-Herzegovina. An Armenian delegation headed by Bishop Mkrtich Khrimian is sent with a formal request for implementation of the reforms for Armenians. Germanys Bismarck dismisses the delegation and refuses them a place on the agenda.

Britain secretly agrees with the Ottoman Empire that it would militarily protect it from Russia and receives Cyprus in exchange.

Disraeli reverses article 16 to 61, which returns two Armenian provinces with no Russians or Europeans to protect the Armenians. It leaves the same abusing Sultan as the guarantor of their security from Muslim continuing abuses.

– After the Russo-Turkish War, the treatment of the more than 2,5 million Armenians by the Ottoman Government became an international issue. Despite the promises of reform by the Sublime Porte at the Congress of Berlin, the situation even grew worse.

– 1945-> After the war the Soviet Union attempts to annul the Treaty of Kars with Turkey and return parts of Northwestern Armenia. These efforts are halted by intervention from Winston Churchill and Harry S. Truman.

– The close relationship with the United States begins with the Second Cairo Conference in December 4-6, 1943 and the agreement of July 12, 1947 which implements the Truman Doctrine. After 1945, in light of the Soviet domination over Eastern Europe, the US supports Greece and Turkey with economic and military aid to prevent their falling into the Soviet sphere. The act grant Turkey more than 100 million USD in aid.

– On June 25, 1950 the Korean War starts. Despite being criticised inside Turkey, the Army along with other 16 nations goes to war against North Korea. Turkey participates in this campaign in order to gain membership in NATO, which Turkey joins in 1952.

The Bulgarian- Turkish Plot

Bulgaria, half Turkish itself, entered into the plot to exterminate the Greek Christians, by signing a pact with Turkey, at Adrianople in June, 1915. Under this agreement Bulgaria consented to the establishment of a Turco-Bulgar commercial union as the complement of the political union, the seizure of the commerce of the Orient from the hands of the Greeks, (3) the establishment in the Orient of Moslem agencies for the importation and exportation of goods for the exclusive use of Moslems, who were to break of all commercial relations with the Greeks, a restriction of the privileges of the Greek Patriarch and his ecclesiastical jurisdiction, the prohibition of the teaching of Greek in future, (6) the conversion by force of the people in the Christian settlements and the imposition of mixed marriages.

Germany the Author of the Massacres

Herr Lepsius, a German Envoy who had been sent to Constantinople on a special mission in July, 1915, acknowledged that the Greek and Armenian massacres were two phases of a single program of extermination of the Christian elements, intended to make Turkey a purely Moslem state.

That Germany was the author and inspiration of these massacres of Christians became known in 1917. The Greek Minister at Constantinople, M. Kallerghis, had protested the Turkish Grand Vizier, Talaat Bey, against the deportations of the Greeks in the Aival district. Talaat Bey promised to telegraph to the German General Liman von Sanders, telling him to cease the deportations. Von Sanders, who was in fact Commander-in-Chief of all the Turkish forces, replied that if the deportations ceased, he would not guarantee the safety of the Turkish Army, adding that they had referred the matter to the German Grand Headquarters Staff, who entirely approved of his action.

France supporting the Ottoman Empire

France sided with Islam in the 16 and 17 centuries when they actively helped the Ottoman Empire against Spain and Austria. Examples of this: Kheir-ad-Din Barbarossa harboured his fleet in Marseilles. Most notably the French did not go to help Vienna against the Ottomans in 1683, but launched a military campaign of conquest in German lands.

More recent and ongoing acts of treason

  • Europes (especially Frances) refusal to aid Christian Lebanon militarily against Middle Eastern Jihad.

  • Europes refusal to aid Christian Sudan, Nigeria etc. militarily against African Jihad.

  • Implementation of the EUs Eurabia project (European multiculturalism)

  • NATO bombing of Serb forces in 1999.

  • Support to the Global Islamic Ummah (Palestinians) etc.

  • Europes unwillingness to to assist their Christian cousins in a range of conflicts; Middle East, Asia, Africa.

  • Europes unwillingness to to assist fellow Europeans in South Africa, Rhodesia and other ex-colonies 3060 (probably close to 10 000+) European South Africans have been massacred since the old regime fell.

  • The US pressure for Turkeys EU membership.

  • The granting of NATO membership to Albania in 2009.

  • US and EU export of modern weapons to Muslim countries; Pakistan, Saudi-Arabia, Iraq, UAE, Kuwait, Egypt, Jordan, Bahrain, Oman, Marocco, Yemen and Tunisia.

1.30 Further studies

The Jihad and Islamisation of Sindh (Pakistan)

Muhammad bin Qasim Al-Thaqafi (695715), born Muhammad bin Qasim bin Yusuf Sakifi, was a Syrian general who conquered the Sindh and Punjab regions along the Indus river (now a part of Pakistan). The conquest of Sindh and Punjab began the Islamic era in South Asia and continues to lend the Sindh province of Pakistan the name Bab-e-Islam (The Gateway of Islam)


Great database/resources/investigation into the crimes of communism:

Original link (Spanish): www.alerta360.org

English translation through Google translater:


Knights Templar studies


There are a great number of books in print relating to the Templars, past Crusades and medieval history. A majority are historical publications are based on archaeological and chronicled evidence. Many of these publications are available through the Freemasons libraries worldwide while others can be acquired through Amazon.com.

Although a majority of modern chivalric organisations function mostly as symbolic charities they are renowned for their thorough studies of historical works.

Places of interest

I would strongly advice all Justiciar Knights to visit Valetta, Malta and Jerusalem, Israel and to visit all the Knights Templar historical sites. There are various Templar buildings in several European countries; France the UK, Portugal, Spain, Italy etc.


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