Few weeks ago I was thinking about the World War I as we were discussing reality of wars, talking about victims of war horror and to what extent is any war’s imagery faked for MSM publishing purposes. It was then that I stumbled upon a book called »The Nazi Roots of the Brussels EU«, another recent find I was extremely enthusiastic to learn about. As I was reading the introduction, there was something I didn’t yet thoroughly think about, a detail that was already in my mind, blurred and buried there, waiting for some association to be made with it. So I marked that passage of the book and picked on it as soon as I had time to research about my itch :
»You will also learn in this book that WWI, the second largest tragedy of the twentieth century, was actually the first attempt at world conquest by these corporate interests. Moreover, after both these military attempts to subjugate Europe and the world had failed, the Oil and Drug Cartel invested in a third attempt: the economic and political conquest of Europe by means of the ‘Brussels EU’.
Beside the fact that I knew about the assassination of Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo in 1914, whose death precipitated WW I with it, I had quite narrow knowledge about WW I, mostly memorizing mainstream story of this tragic era. That was my lead motive, I wanted to learn some more firstly on Gavrilo Princip who allegedly perpetrated the Archduke Franz Ferdinand’s assassination with 5 more accomplices, a murder which led to Austria’s ultimatum to Serbia and consequently to WW I (the political climate was much more tensed and complicated but still, assassination of Archduke was single most influencing cause to put slaughter known as WW I into motion).
As the story of Gavrilo Princip is told at Wickedpedia:
»Gavrilo Princip (Serbian Cyrillic: Гаврило Принцип, pronounced [ɡǎʋrilo prǐntsip]; 25 July [O.S. 13 July] 1894 – 28 April 1918) was a Bosnian Serb Yugoslavist who assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife, Sophie, in Sarajevo on 28 June 1914, precipitating the First World War. Princip and his accomplices were arrested and implicated several members of the Serbian military, leading Austria-Hungary to issue a démarche to Serbia known as the July Ultimatum.This was used as pretext for Austria-Hungary’s invasion of Serbia, which then led to World War I.”
As usual, let’s look at the numbers involved first as they can usually predict a rabbit hole ahead. Gavrilo is said to be born on 7/25, which can be added and written as 7 7 according to one version of his birthday with Gregorian calendar, while his birthday date is written in Julian calendar as 7/13 , which can be added and written as 7 4 (as reversed 47).
But what is more obvious and sinister in its superstitious meaning is the date of Franz Ferdinand’s alleged assassination, 28th June 1914, 28/6 1914 -> 6; (8-2=6); (1+9+1+4=15=>1+5=6), thus 6 6 6, but even if you look at the date 28/6 written in Julian calendar, which would be 15/6, you can still see 6 6 6. Number 6 is present a couple more times as predominating number in connection to numerology in Gavrilo’s story, in example there were 6 assassins as well as 6 cars in the colon of vehicles driving Archduke and his courtiers, Serbia later rejected the Ultimatum’s article No. 6
This date , 28th June, is the only date each year where both the month and day are different perfect numbers, 6th June being the only date where the month and day are the same perfect number. The first perfect number is 6. Its proper divisors are 1, 2, and 3, and 1 + 2 + 3 = 6. Equivalently, the number 6 is equal to half the sum of all its positive divisors: ( 1 + 2 + 3 + 6 ) / 2 = 6. The next perfect number is 28 = 1 + 2 + 4 + 7 + 14 (or (1 + 2 + 4 + 7 + 14 + 28) / 2 = 28).
What is a bit more direct meaning to the date of 28th June is its alternate meaning, as Sanctus Vitus day for Gregorian calendar countries (or »Vidovdan« as it is known in our Balkan countries; Orthodox countries celebrate St. Vitus / Vidovdan on 15th June according to Julian calendar). For what our local history teaches, Svetovid[i] was an old Slavic pagan deity, a god of light, abundance and war, the one who sees all the world, and as Christianity was progressing to this territory, pagan Svetovid’s shrines were replaced with early Christian churches ordained to St. Vitus (which is Sv. Vito in western Slavic countries and Sv. Vid in eastern/orthodox Slavic countries)[ii]. As we can learn at Wickedpedia about the legend of Sanctus Vitus:
»Saint Vitus /vaɪtəs/, according to Christian legend, was a Christian saint from Sicily. He died as a martyr during the persecution of Christians by co-ruling Roman Emperors Diocletian and Maximilian in 303. Vitus is counted as one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers of medieval Roman Catholicism. Saint Vitus’ Day is celebrated on 15 September | interesting how Wickedpedia entrance made an error here, as St. Vitus day is celebrated in June | . In places where the Julian Calendar is used, this date coincides, in the 20th and 21st century, with 28th June on the Gregorian Calendar.
In the late Middle Ages, people in Germany and countries such as Latvia celebrated the feast of Vitus by dancing before his statue. This dancing became popular and the name “Saint Vitus Dance” was given to the neurological disorder Sydenham’s chorea. It also led to Vitus being considered the patron saint of dancers and of entertainers in general.
Vitus is considered the patron saint of actors, comedians, dancers, and epileptics, similarly to Genesius of Rome.
According to this legend, which has no apparent historical value, Vitus was a 7-year-old son of a senator of Lucania (some versions make him 12 years old). He resisted his father’s attempts, which included various forms of torture, to make him turn away from his faith. He fled with his tutor Modestus and Modestus’s wife Crescentia, who was Vitus’s nanny, to Lucania. He was taken from there to Rome to drive out a demon which had taken possession of a son of the Emperor Diocletian. This he did, and yet, because he remained steadfast in the Christian faith, he was tortured together with his tutors.
The cult of St. Vitus became very popular in Slavic lands, where his name may have replaced the old cult of the god of light Svantovid.
In Serbia his feast day, known as Vidovdan, is of particular historical importance.The day is part of the Kosovo Myth — the Battle of Kosovo occurred on that day; several events have symbolically occurred on that day, such as the 1914 assassination of the Austrian royal couple *; Vitus was the patron saint of the Kingdom of Serbia. In Croatia, 123 churches are dedicated to St. Vitus. In Hungary he has been venerated as Szent Vid since the early Middle Ages. In Bulgaria, it is called Vidovden (Видовден) or Vidov Den (Видов ден) and is particularly well-known among the Shopi, in the western part of the country.
Saint Vitus is one of the Fourteen Martyrs who give aid in times of trouble. He is specifically invoked against chorea, which is called St. Vitus Dance.
He is represented as a young man with a palm-leaf, in a cauldron, sometimes with a raven and a lion, his iconographic attribute because according to the legend he was thrown into a cauldron of boiling tar and molten lead, but miraculously escaped unscathed.«
* Very interesting fact omitted here is signing of Versailles Peace Treaty in 1919, which officially ended WW I on 28th June 1919.
As we can see, St. Vitus day is a very important day for the Serbian nation as with respect to their efforts of trying to stop Ottoman Empire of conquering the Kingdom of Serbia in 14th century, which happened at Kosovo polje, today known as battle, which was unfortunately for Serbs and remaining Europe – lost at that particular day in history, 15th of June 1389 on Julian calendar ( or 28th of June 1389 according to Gregorian calendar in modern times). I would suggest here, that the masterminds of this assassination event of Sarajevo chose that particular date as a symbolic meaning for a battle lost – as Serbian Kingdom fell conquered by Ottomans afterward the Kosovo battle, so shall be with Europe because of this alleged assassination – it will be conquered and brought to mercy of self-imposed Rulers.
Let’s return to Gavrilo Princip, as Wickedpedia leads on with Gavrilo’s entry:
»Princip left Sarajevo shortly after being expelled | from school in 1912 | and made the 280 kilometres (170 mi) journey to Belgrade on foot. According to one account, he fell to his knees and kissed the ground upon crossing the border into Serbia. In Belgrade, Princip volunteered to join the Serbian guerrilla bands fighting the Ottoman Turks, under the leadership of Major Vojislav Tankosić. Tankosić was a member of the Black Hand, the foremost conspiratorial society in Serbia at the time. At first, Princip was rejected at a recruitment office in Belgrade because of his small stature. Enraged, he tracked down Tankosić himself, who also told him that he was too small and weak. Humiliated, Princip returned to Bosnia and lodged with his brother in Sarajevo. He spent the next several months moving back and forth between Sarajevo and Belgrade. In Belgrade he met Živojin Rafajlović, one of the founders of the Serbian Chetnik Organization, who sent him (alongside 15 other Young Bosnia members) to the Chetnik training centre in Vranje. There they met with school manager Mihajlo Stevanović-Cupara. He lived in Cupara’s house, which is today located on Gavrilo Princip Street in Vranje. Princip practiced shooting, using bombs and the blade, after which training was completed and he returned to Belgrade.«
There are multiple points in this single Wickedpedia paragraph that are worth serious doubt. Although allegedly Princip was to small and weak, he was sent to a training camp to practice guerilla fighting and arms handling, afterwards returning where exactly? Wickedpedia suggests that he returned to Belgrade, however his brother lived in Sarajevo and we are not told where would he stay at while in Belgrade. After all, lodging costs money, unless somebody gives you a place to crash, you ought to have enough of money to be able to pay the rent and buy some food. He did not perform any work, just how did he finance his travel and living expenses? We can therefore speculate with high probability that he was returning to Black Hand’s headquarters in Belgrade, where he was further instructed on event of 28th of June before released back to Sarajevo for plan’s execution. So here we have Wickedpedia’s direct confession of Gavrilo’s contact with the Black Hand, an important fact that should be looked at very closely. So who was this group, the Black Hand?
* note the date of formation, 9/6 1901
Black hand was a notorious mafia-like organisation, hidden behind nationalistic propaganda and efforts, involved as well in the murder of Serbian king Aleksandar I and his queen Draga in 1903[iii]. For an overwhelming source of information on Black Hand, its leaders, connections to Russian government of the era, I’d like to refer you to the monumental work of Jim Macgregor and Gerry Docherty at their blog. What we can learn there about the Black Hand gang:
»Nicolai Hartwig, the Russian Ambassador | in Belgrade |, worked in close contact with his Military Attaché, Artamanov, who had been posted to Belgrade to advise and liaise with the Serbian Army. These men were intrinsically linked to the assassinations in Sarajevo by their chosen agent, the founder and dominating figure in the Serbian Black Hand, and the most influential military officer in Serbia, Colonel Dragutin Dimitrjiević or Apis.[iv]
Two things to emphasise here: note the last name of col. Dimitrijević, which is the almost same as the middle name of Russian foreign minister of the era, namely Sergei Dmitrievich Sazonov. Not to get ahead of myself, the following excerpt is from here, as it is written in original:
»Austria-Hungary was aware of the external dangers that lay across the Serbian border. Its military intelligence had intercepted and deciphered a large number of diplomatic telegrams that detailed Russian involvement with several activist groups[v] . They knew that the Russian Ambassador in Belgrade, Nicolai Hartwig, was manipulating the Serbian Government to destabilise the region. They knew that Hartwig was in control of the internal politics of Serbia. They knew of his links back to the Russian foreign minister Sazonov in St Petersburg, and to the Paris-based warmongers, Isvolsky and Poincare, but like everyone else, they were not aware of the real power centred in London. No-one was.«
It is here important to point out two names, firstly , Sergei Dmitrievich Sazonov (Russian: Сергей Дмитриевич Сазонов, 10 August 1860, Ryazan Governorate – 25 December 1927), who was a Russian statesman and has served as Foreign Minister from November 1910 to July 1916. Sazonov was the brother-in-law of Russia’s Prime Minister Pyotr Stolypin, who did his best to further Sazonov’s career (as we have learned in Miles Mathis piece on Lenin, he showed us there two important things there: firstly, the whole revolution period was manufactured and orchestrated and as second, Lenin, Trotsky and many others are in fact agents, spooks and crypto-Jews[vi] at the same time). So Stolypin as a member of Russian government in those rough times was Sazonov’s connection to power and money, Stolypin being a crypto-Jew [vii] would consequently mean that his daughter, married to Sazonov, was Jewish as well and since they rarely appreciate and live in mixed marriages, Sazonov was most probably of Jewish ancestry himself. (it is impossible to check at this moment as there are no detailed information on Sazonov, most probably with more reasons than just his Jewish ancestry).
Secondly, Nicholai Hartwig is another link to Russia’s controlled government of crypto-Jews. As we can learn about him at Wickedpedia here:
»Baron Nicholas Genrikhovich Hartwig (Russian: Николай Генрихович Гартвиг) (December 16, 1857 – July 10, 1914) was a Russian ambassador to Persia (1906–1908) and Serbia (1909–1914). An ardent Pan-Slavist, he was said to be “more Serbian than the Serbs” and in the period prior to World War I, was thought by many to practically control the policy of the Serbian government. He encouraged Serbia to stand up to Austria-Hungary and may therefore be seen as one of the causes of the war. Hartwig was born into a noble family of German origin in Gori, Georgia, noted also for being the birthplace of Joseph Stalin. His intelligence and ambition brought him to the notice of the Foreign Ministry, and he began his diplomatic career in 1875, when he was attached to the Asiatic Department.«
As it is insinuated there, where it is said that he encouraged Serbia to stand up to Austro-Hungarian Empire – that is just obvious misdirection. Kingdom of Serbia was an independent country with their own King as a ruler in that era, similar to Austro-Hungarian government – so there was absolutely no essence in »standing up« to Austria as there was nothing to stand up against, actually. The only thing that was concerning Serbs of that particular era at the beginning of 20th century was the idea of Pan-Slavism – since some of the Slavic nations were conquered and ruled under Austro-Hungarian rule, their Empire was standing in the way of Pan-Slavists’ plan to unite all Slavic nations. Serbians within the Black Hand at that time played an extremely nationalistic role, invoking trouble and complications with Austro-Hungarian rulers, who had the Balkan territory for their own backyard (with Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia, Austrians »owned« 2/3 of what is to become Yugoslavia in 1921). So, here we have a »motive« for Franz Ferdinand’s alleged assassination clearly set as understandable.
As we can further learn from Jim & Gerry at their blog:
»The English traveller and Balkan commentator, Edith Durham, described the Black Hand as a mafia-type society, Masonic in secret self-promotion, infiltrating the Serbian military, civil service, police and government. It produced its own newspaper, Pijemont, which preached intolerance to Austria-Hungary and ‘violent chauvinism’. It became the most dangerous of political organisms, a government within the government, responsible to none. Crimes were committed for which no-one took responsibility. The government denied any knowledge of it, yet King Petar was literally placed on the throne by these men. Efforts by responsible politicians to tackle the subversion of good government by the Black Hand, came to nothing. [viii] Hartwig’s friendship and respect for Apis may be measured by his description of his group as ‘idealistic and patriotic’ [ix] and there is no doubt that it suited Hartwig’s purpose to approve Apis’s promotion to Chief of Intelligence in the summer of 1913.«
With such findings, the plot to assassinate Franz Ferdinand suddenly seems workable, as the story without any Intelligence work in assassination plot, done by Gavrilo and few of his guerilla fighters, is just to unbelievable. As much believable as, in example, the story of Lee Harvey Oswald shooting JFK single-handedly[x].
Let’s look at the picture of Gavrilo Princip, as can be found at his Wickedpedia entry:
Quite remarkable facial features, but then the following picture of Gavrilo Princip found at the Black Hand’s Wickedpedia entry is different :
Although this image appears badly tampered with (the contrast of Gavrilo in comparison to the background as if he was pasted from another lightning setup; the shadow of his coat’s collar on the left side of his neck should be casting a proper shadow, coherent to shadow cast by his head; the blackness of his coat’s right side does not reflect any details, which should be visible at that light intensity), I suggest this is not the same person pictured in it. It is either Gavrilo in the first picture represented as real, or it is the second picture where he is real. But it is possible that neither of pictured individuals is Gavrilo Princip, with his name as possibly real for the scapegoating purposes, but we may never really know what he actually looked like.
Let’s look at another picture of Gavrilo, this time allegedly from the moment of his arrest:
You can notice that this picture has been taken to create the previous close-up of Gavrilo. His face got wider and shorter in comparison to the above picture. And just who is Gavrilo hand-cuffed to? Was it a public arrest? Obviously so, and it was done by two giant individuals, just look how much taller these two men on the left appear in comparison to everybody else seen in the picture.
This seems as the actual picture / source of the above digitalized image:
Here he actually resembles Gavrilo in the above close-up picture of his face, where as this picture confirms at the same time that the close-up was cut out from this picture and enhanced afterwards. Just horrible physical state of the original picture considering it is the only such picture of alleged assassin of Franz Ferdinand at his arrest.
The following picture of Gavrilo Princip can be found at Encyclopaedia Brittanica’s page here :
It is commented there as »The arrest of Gavrilo Princip (centre), 1914«. Just look at the faces in this picture, they got me really laughing with this one, especially the first soldier to the right of Gavrilo, with amazing facial features and shortened right leg. Same can be said about the guy with a hat on the left of Gavrilo, he looks as if he was taken from some Wild West comic book, doesn’t he? The shadows cast on the ground do not coincide with each other, especially with the shadows’ angles of the people and objects in the background. Should I even comment on appearance of Gavrilo’s face in this picture? It is not necessary, I believe.
Next picture is the famous picture, allegedly from the court room as Gavrilo was on trial with his fellow assassins:
From left, alleged conspirators: 1. Trifko Grabež, 2. Nedeljko Čabrinović, 3. Gavrilo Princip, 4. Danilo Ilić, 5. Miško Jovanović
Another picture from opposite angle:
All of them look appear different from this opposite angle, the resolution of this image is even worse than with other imagery. Looking at all these pictures of Gavrilo Princip, accessible on the web, I want to suggest that Gavrilo’s persona was switched after the trial was done. To refresh our memory, the first picture of Gavrilo I showed here is what can be found when you Google-search for his pictures, in example at his Wickedpedia entry, so let’s compare the two, shall we?
Which one of these two young men is the alleged assassin of Franz Ferdinand and Sofia, named Gavrilo Princip?
Let me return to the story of Gavrilo Princip, reading about the assassination event, Wickedpedia leads:
»The six conspirators lined the route. They were spaced out along the Appel Quay, each one with instructions to try to kill Franz Ferdinand when the royal car reached his position. The first conspirator on the route to see the royal car was Muhamed Mehmedbašić. Standing by the Austro-Hungarian Bank, Mehmedbašić lost his nerve and allowed the car to pass without taking action. Mehmedbašić later said that a policeman was standing behind him and feared he would be arrested before he had a chance to throw his bomb. At 10:15, when the six-car procession passed the central police station, nineteen-year-old student Nedeljko Čabrinović hurled a hand grenade at the Archduke’s car. The driver accelerated when he saw the object flying towards him, but the bomb had a 10-second delay and exploded under the wheel of the fourth car. Two of the occupants, Eric von Merizzi and Count Alexander von Boos-Waldeck, were seriously wounded. About a dozen spectators were also hit by bomb shrapnel. After Čabrinović’s bomb missed the car, five other conspirators, including Princip, lost an opportunity to attack because of the heavy crowds and the car’s high speed. To avoid capture, Čabrinović swallowed a cyanide capsule and jumped into the Miljacka river to make sure he died. However, the cyanide pill was expired and only made him sick, and the river was only 10 centimetres (4 in) deep. A few seconds later he was hauled out and detained by police.”
As expected, they are represented as a clumsy guerilla bombers, missing the first attempt and alarming the target of their presence. I as well bolded the most ridiculous part of this excerpt, which is a test of our intelligence, I suppose. I suggest you click on that link to Miljacka river and look at yourself at the river as it flows through the city of Sarajevo, would you jump in there to drown yourself after taking cyanide pill? Ridiculous story. But it doesn’t finish there:
“Franz Ferdinand later decided to go to the hospital and visit the victims of Čabrinović’s grenade attack. In order to avoid the city centre, General Oskar Potiorek decided that the royal car should travel straight along the Appel Quay to the Sarajevo Hospital. However, Potiorek forgot to inform the driver, Leopold Loyka, about this decision. On the way to the hospital, Loyka took a right turn into Franz Josef Street. Princip was standing near Moritz Schiller’s café when he spotted the car as it drove past, having taken the wrong turn. After realizing the mistake, the driver put his foot on the brake, and began to reverse. In doing so the engine stalled and the gears locked, giving Princip his opportunity. Princip stepped forward, drew his pistol, an FN Model 1910, and at a distance of about 1.5 metres (4.9 ft) fired twice into the car, first hitting Franz Ferdinand in the neck, and then hitting his wife Sophie in the abdomen, after she instinctively covered his body. They both died before 11:00 am.”
If I understand correctly, instead of taking the first train back to Vienna, surrounded with a hundred police officers, soldiers and agents, Franz Ferdinand decided to stay and check on his friend. But even if you consider such idiocy of security protocol – as heir to the throne’s life was endangered – as supposedly real, take a look at the picture of suggested route and check it with the story – why would the driver stop when turned right to Frans Joseph Street and tried to reverse back to the originating point? How coincidentally ironic is to get shot at the corner of the street named after your father? The driver of Archduke’s vehicle could simply make the next turn left onto Frans Josef’s Street and move ahead in the same direction as before commencing such maneuver. Again, there is heir to the throne in the back seat so all precaution is the default. Just how logical is to stop the vehicle with such »precious cargo« and expose yourself as a driver along with the possible target? Nonsense. I suggest that stopping the car was another check-point of the event, specified as such beforehand.
Let’s see if we can find any pictures of Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia as they were shot or wounded. Well, no luck with such search, but we have some »evidence« of his alleged assassination:
It is Franz Ferdinand’s blood-stained uniform, or so they say about it. As much as I’m concerned, it could be just anybody’s uniform, stained with any kind of dark fluid or possibly real human or animal blood. But if you are sceptic as much as I am, there is another convenient confirmation of royal couple’s death:
That is about all that one can find as a visual evidence or proof that the royal couple, were actually shot and murdered by Gavrilo Princip.
While I was mainly focusing on men’s figures in this story, let me just superficially look a bit closer at Sophia, the official wife of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. As we can learn about her here:
»Sophie | Chotek | was born in Stuttgart as the fourth daughter of Count Bohuslav Chotek von Chotkow und Wognin, a Bohemian aristocrat, and his wife Countess Wilhelmine Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau.«
Now, Google-searching for »Kinsky jewish« term was my first idea and I quickly realized that Sophia’s bloodline is most interesting to learn about as Sophia’s mother’s name Kinsky gave me few alarming results. Modern moderated spelling of Kinsky is Kinski, as Klaus Kinski, the famous German (?) actor. Original spelling of Kinsky/Kinski – was formerly Vchynští, sg. Vchynský in Czech; later (in modern Czech) Kinští, sg. Kinský; German: Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau) – and is the name of a prominent Central European noble family originating from Bohemia (in the present-day Czech Republic). During the Thirty Years’ War, the Kinsky family rose from minor nobles to comital (1628) and later princely status (1747) under the rule of the Habsburgs. The family, recorded in the Almanach de Gotha, is considered to have been one of the most illustrious of Austria-Hungary[xi]. But I will continue the story of Sofia in another post, as she was not my main focus here.
I sincerely hope to have shown that Gavrilo Princip, as much as anybody else in this story, can be doubted to have lived and died as we were tought. If I was not direct enough with my insinuation – I suggest Gavrilo Princip was TPTB’s “hand in the field”, an agent recruited and financed by the very same TPTB that, a bit later in time, pulled of Russian Bolshevik, February and October revolutions of 1917 with Trotsky and Lenin as front agents. Similar can be said about Archduke and his blue-blooded wife Sofia, there is just lack of serious evidence to support official narrative of this alleged assassination like with the case of Russian Tsar Nicholas II.
Gavrilo Princip is very important as the paradigm of our human insanity. At any given time, there will always be somebody offering the cause and giving confirmation to allegations to start a war. As time passes by, we will occasionally be able to learn about such people – unless we set the record about some historical figures completely straight.
[i] Here you can learn much more about the Svetovid deity , http://www.slavorum.org/svetovid-the-slavic-god-that-can-see-the-whole-world-to-keep-it-safe/
[iv] Sidney B. Fay, Origins of the World War, vol.I, p.27
[v] Editorial, New York Times Current History of the European War, vol.28 (1928), issue 4, p.619.
[vi] Regarding this issue of crypto-Jews in power before, during and after the beginning of 1900’s , Mathis’ findings are as well confirmed by Alexandr Solzhenitsyn in his work »200 Years Together: A History of the Russians and the Jews«.
[vii] Alexandr Solzhenytsin, 200 Years Together: A History of the Russians and the Jews, p.332
[viii] Edith Durham, Sarajevo Crime, pp.197–201.
[ix] David MacKenzie, Apis, The Congenial Conspirator, p.275.