Thursday, June 4, 2009

Америка Построена на Предательстве Союзников

Исторически известно, что характер каждого народа формируется под влиянием его истории. Поэтому очень важно понять, в делах с американцами, из каких корней поднялась эта страна.

Америка, как страна, была построена на предательстве союзников, которые больше не нужны. Все началось в разгар их революции. В 1776-ом году, пока американцы воевали с королевскими войсками, американские соседи, индейская страна Ирокез тоже принимала участие в этой войне. Конфедерация Ирокез контролировала северную часть штата Нью-Йорк. Из шести главных кланов, два вошли в союз с Америкой, а четыре с Британией. Из-за этого, у Ирокез началась гражданская война.

Американские войска, которые, в то время, проигрывали один бой за другим, в августе 1779го года напали на Конфедерацию Ираква, и не только на те кланы, которые вышли против Америки, а на всех, даже на своих союзников. Джордж Вашингтон, «отец» Америки, послал Джона Силливана с армией, под командой: «Полное уничтожение Ирокез страны, так, чтобы они никогда опять не встали». Команда уничтожения была дана на всех Ирокез, без различий веры, пола, или возраста.

Армия уничтожила сорок деревень и городов Ирокез. Никто не знает, сколько тысяч женщин и детей погибло в боях, намного больше тысяч умерло от голода, так как американцы сожгли все поля и перестреляли всю скотину, которую не могли забрать с собой. Остатки Ираква сбежали в Канаду, где англичане дали им землю. По сей день, Ирокез называют президентов Америки: «уничтожители городов».

В то же самое время, Бенджамин Франклин уговаривал французского короля поддержать их финансово, снабжением и войсками, против англичан. На этом этапе американской революции, была нехватка пороха для армии, и американский конгресс рассматривал переход на луки. Чтобы уговорить французов и испанцев, американцы обещали исключительный договор и право на обмен товаров. Французы взяли огромные долги, чтобы содержать американцев. Так же, из-за вступления в войну с Англией, Франция потеряла бизнес и корабли.

Конечно, как только англичане сдались, после боя в Йорктауне, американцы секретно заключили отдельный мир и дали Англии исключительные права обмена. Об этом в Америке редко пишут, но когда пишут, описывают как мудрый бизнес, а не как постыдное предательство, что и было на самом деле…

Из-за этого предательства, Франция обанкротилась, и это повлекло за собой революцию. Из-за американцев, французы прошли Теракт, а Европа прошла наполеоновские войны. Сколько сотен тысяч погибло, одному Богу известно. Но, зачем грустить, это был только «бизнес». Чтобы испанцев «отблагодарить», американцы захватили Флориду.

Так что, нужно знать с кем дело имеешь и на что можно рассчитывать после красивых слов и обещаний.

34 comments:

Tony said...

I was given your article by some friends of mine that moved State side from the Czech Republic. After reading it, I realized a few things. 1. Apparently there are more people around the world laughing at the US than I realized. 2. There are people around the world that agree with my stand on where we are going. I leave this comment with you to tell you thank you. Your statements will only help us to regain what we once had (circa 1776). The sense of true Freedom has been lost here. You are right, people care more about who is going to be American Idol than what is going on, in effect turning the Presidential Election into an over sized American Idol Contest. There are still a few of us fighting for our rights. Fighting for our Freedom. Every man should be Free. No man (or woman) should live under Government control. I will continue to stand for my rights, even to prison if need be. If communism is what wins over, I say freedom will not be far behind. Communism has never worked in History. And I will continue to only submit to my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Thank you, and God Speed.

Piotr P. said...

Gee, this is truly laughable. It is very convenient to blame all the ills of the world on the US; however, if not for America, France and others would be speaking German, Chinese, or Russian (or perhaps Arabic) – is that what you people want? To blame America for the Napoleonic wars is preposterous at best and retarded at worst. To blame it for the financial crises is simply disingenuous and childish – French, English, and German banks were doing credit swaps and engaging into subprime and sub-sub-prime lending just as eagerly. Overall, it is very disheartening to see how no-one in the world accepts any responsibility for their actions but prefers to blame the States for it, yet rushes to the US for help every time a villain comes to town, for the security of the entire planet (both financial and military) rests in the capable hands of this mighty nation.

Piotr P. said...

A-ha, and let us not forget the Russian history of deceit, suppression, and genocidal elimination of the small tribal nations of Siberia, the Far East, Karelia, the Baltic States, and the Caucasus. Let us not forget exiling entire nations (such as the Chechens or the Ugres). Let us not concentration camps that the Soviets created for their own countrymen, where millions perished. Let us not forget the fact that all the neighbors of Russia have lived in fear for generations… Let us not forget racial murders on the streets of Moscow, St. Pete, and Kaluga. Let us not forget tens of thousands of orphans dying in Russia every year of abuse and neglect. What a country, my gosh.

Stanislav said...

--To blame it for the financial crises is simply disingenuous and childish – French, English, and German banks were doing credit swaps and engaging into subprime and sub-sub-prime lending just as eagerly.--

No they were not, except for English, as part of the Anglo-Finance. The French, Germans and others did buy much of the US debt, believing american rating companies, which were all lieing. Now they all suffer, all of Europe suffers.

As for Napoleon, he came to power because the monarchy collapsed. If it did not bankrupt it would not collapse. Not to say it would not have bankrupt from other reasons, but that is an "if" what is a fact is they bankrupt from supporting the US, which instead cut a deal with England who had just been an enemy. Historic facts and actions do have consequence, responsibility.

cletus said...

stanislav, why can't i read this article? i mean, besides the fact that i don't speak russian....? all your other articles show up in english. the comments on this article show up in english. but, the article itself is in russian... i'd love to be able to read it!

Stanislav said...

--A-ha, and let us not forget the Russian history of deceit, suppression, and genocidal elimination of the small tribal nations of Siberia, the Far East, Karelia, the Baltic States, and the Caucasus.--

A-ha let us see your faulty history. Siberia fell with 3 battles and all little peoples still live there. That is why there are over 180 ethnic groups in Russia. Name one tribe who was exterminated? Even Chechens were not and Russia fought with them for 200 years. Lies on your part.

--Let us not forget exiling entire nations (such as the Chechens or the Ugres).--

Yes, done under a Georgian dictator and his Georgian & Ukrainian underlings.

--Let us not forget the fact that all the neighbors of Russia have lived in fear for generations… --

More lies, as most of your statements seem to be: Which neighbors? Whom did Russia ever historically attack first?

Did the Mongols in Mongolia live in fear? No, they were and still are allies. Did the Serbs or Greeks or Armenians or Persians or Norweigns live in fear? Romanians? Russia was allied with them in WW1, Russia helped them, the Bulgars, Serbs free themselves from Turks, just like Russian monies and volunteers helped free the Greeks.

Russia opened her borders to the Armenians and Assyrians who were under Genocide by the Turks. Even the Afghanistans, before the king was murdered by US ally Pakistan, was ally of Russia, even though she was under the Soviets.

Do the S.Koreans live in fear? Hardly, Russia is their main military supplier. The Czeckoslavaks were allied to the Soviets before the Poles, Germans, and Hungarians eat her up in 1938.

The only ones who live in fear are: Poles, Swedes (though that stopped a long time ago), Turks and Japanese, all of whom attacked Russia first on numerous occasions.

If you are actually Russian, you should stop lieing for Westerners about your own history.

--Let us not forget racial murders on the streets of Moscow, St. Pete, and Kaluga. Let us not forget tens of thousands of orphans dying in Russia every year of abuse and neglect. What a country, my gosh--

Yes, they are a trajedy, but proportionally, nationwide less then 60 murders, 18 in Moscow...you blow things up to justify what?

As for Orphans, while there are some orphanages with problems, sure, most have rich sponsors and there is a massive drive by the state to get people to adopt. There are commercials everywhere and many are adapting.

Your arguments are shallow, many are lies outright or just ignorant of the actual history. You sound like you have a hatred for Russia, so why on your profile do you put in you are Russian when you slander outright Russia and her people?

Stanislav said...

@cletus

Not all my articles are in English, the majority lately, true, but I do write some in Russian and will do more.

Sorry.

Fagel said...

Mr. Mishin, my husband printed out your article after hearing excerpts of it read on a conservative talk show here in the States. We have already passed it along to several friends, because of the uniqueness (and I think, chilling correctness) of your perspective. After reading a number of other entries from your blog, however, I have some mixed feelings. I am a Jew of Russian Jewish descent. My recent ancestors came to the United States because of persecution in Russia. This is not a distortion, but a fact. I came to know and love Jesus as my Messiah 40 years ago, and this belief now informs all of my understanding about national and world events. I believe that there is a difference between the patriotism that is fitting for Christians of all nations to have towards the country of their birth, and nationalism or chauvinism. The latter belies confusion about our true citizenship. Augustine said rightly that there have always been two cities: the city of God (His people) and the city of Man (those who oppose His reign). We believers in Jesus are of the city of God, but live in the city of Man -- no matter what country we live in. We do, indeed, live in a state of warfare between these two cities, but must always remember that the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but spiritual. There is much in your writings that I can say "amen" to, but also much that makes me cringe. Your command of English is wonderful. I wonder if you would be open to reading a book I cam currently reading by Dr. James Boice entitled, Two Cities, Two Loves? If you are interested, I would try to get a copy to you. I would enjoy correspondence with you. There is more to my family's story that I would like you to hear.

Stanislav said...

Yes, there were problems of pogroms in the past. Some during the Tsars, though many were much adjitated by many Jewish intellectuals joining Socialist anti-government groups. For common people, when fighting started, such as Odessa, they lumped all Jews into the same group.

Still there were Jews who served the Tsars and were awarded too.

The Soviet era was much more complicated with Jews both perpetrators of very evil crimes and victims of very evil crimes...often the very same persons. Revolutions eat their own.

Our view of Russia in particular and Moscow in absolute is as the Third Rome, which colours our relations with the world.

Cobra said...

WTF...

Cobra said...

I got it translated finally.
It is laughable to blame the French revolution on the Americans.
The French people were clearly viewed as better allies than the English people (despite the ethnic closeness) for a long time.
And by the way, the American people had an excellent relationship with the Russian people until the progressive movement (read bolshevik/communist..) came to power about the start of the 20th century. The progressive movement did not and does not represent the interest of the entire American population-it works against it, as it did against the Russian population.
And this points out one of the main psychological pitfalls of the Russian people: they have a messianic (and paranoid) view of the outside world...
While the Americans have some warts, they do not deserve the broad brush swipe this article took at them.
We better try to find common ground, because we have a common enemy...

janelle said...

It is enlightening to hear an "outsider's" view of the situation in America. If the situation weren't as bad as it is, I might more concerned about the USA being laughed at. However, the truth is, I am far more concerned about what is actually taking place than who is laughing at us.

There are many Americans that don't agree with what is taking place and obviously, even a government for the people isn't perfect. The problem is that the current administration, who campaigned on "less government" is the largest government ever.

Sadly, much of what you have said about us is true. Our country needs a revival and it needs to start by putting God in the equation; not just in the equation but the first and most important part of the equation.

mrshester said...

Oh, how I wish I could read this...I suppose it will have to wait till I can find a site to translate it :)
I look forward to reading it.

Jason said...

Some of your comments about America may be true. Many of us are realizing this now and that is why we are buying your AK-47's and 7.62X39 ammo by the shipload! We prepare for the worst, but hope for the best.

Stanislav said...

@Cobra

the French revolution was the direct result of France's monarchy going bankrupt. It went bankrupt by leveraging itself to supply the rebelling colonies and fight England in other places. It did so in belief that it would have exclusive trade, instead England, the enemy got it. That is betrayal of France. Napolean rose to power because of the French Revolution.

Dominos do start falling and one evil act lead to a lot of evil acts. That is the nature of the world.

As for the "progressives" in Russia, actually, the US aggitated against the Tsar for a long time prior and it was Wall Street money that support the Bolshaviks. I wrote an article on that and there is an excellent book on that: Wall Street and the Bolsheviks. You should also read Red Republicans.

Thanks to Amazon sending things overseas, we have access to a lot of books, but the first one is free on line.

Stanislav said...

The US, that is the ruling elites of both your parties, have been in the pockets of your banks, who have moved to control not only America and England (since many American banks are rooted in English finance) but the whole of the world and Russia was and is again a rising economic competitor.

Cobra said...

This is the first time I hear that France went bankrupt due to the support of the US, and I read a lot...
Regarding the bolshevik revolution, it was neither the US gov., nor the US population who financed the bolshies.
We all know who did it, along the Germans, who hoped to push Russia out of the WWI.

So, please do not blame the US as a whole for the bolshevik revolution.

Cobra said...

Stanislav,
As a friendly advise, I would suggest you steer clear of fringe/nutty positions.
The article Pravda published, put this blog in the spot light.
It is up to you now what to do in this light.
You can establish yourself as rational/serious blogger and analyst, or not.
In the first case you will continue to get readers, and in the second case....

Leos said...

Stas, you say they rarely write about this in the US, why then is your article in Russian rather than english?

Stanislav said...

@Cobra

--So, please do not blame the US as a whole for the bolshevik revolution.--

Unless Wall Street represents the US as a whole, in which case I do pity the US quite a bit, I have not.

Read this article and then we talk:

The Six Evils of Wall Street and the Suffering of Humanity

Cobra said...

@Stanislav,

German Foreign Secretary Arthur Zimmermann facilitated the transfer of 50 millions gold marks to Lenin.

And even assuming the Warburgs and Jacob Schiff of Kuhn, Loeb & Co. represent the entire 1917 Wall Street, which they did NOT, that doesn't mean the US is at fault.

As I mentioned, this rhetoric may fly with Russians, in Russia, but it doesn't stand a close scrutiny by informed people.

hamilton x said...

Piotr,why fail to mention all the interracial murder in America?Because the vast majority of victims are white.Russian youth apparently defend their communities from outsiders.White Americans are terrified,for good reason,to send their kids to majority brown/black schools.What society is reviving?Some of Russia's neighbors are afraid of her?Good. Too bad Mexico is not scared enough to someday honor our borders.Russia is indestructible! Deal with it.

Stanislav said...

@ Cobra

The Wars of the American Revolution

Perhaps the final irony of the French monarchy's assistance to America (and proving once again that no good deed goes unpunished) is that it led to the financial collapse of the French ancien regime. And the bankruptcy of Louis XVI was one of the major causes of the French Revolution.

Louis XVI ascended to the throne amidst a financial crisis; the nation was nearing bankruptcy and outlays outpaced income.[5] This was because of France’s involvement in the Seven Years War and its participation in the American Revolution.

A History of the American Revolution

Pages 374-376

2 Death of the Old Regime
The bankrupt monarchy


The immediate cause of the Revolution was that the French monarchy faced imminent bankruptcy. (This was partly because of the enormous sums it had spent assisting the American Revolution between 1778 and 1781 in order to discomfort the traditional enemy, Britain.)


Ok, enough for now, I am of to sleep.

Stanislav said...

@Cobra

--German Foreign Secretary Arthur Zimmermann facilitated the transfer of 50 millions gold marks to Lenin.--

50 million was nothing in the long term. Even Trotsky, who had been living in a NYC penthouse and had a private car, while reporting $400 in speaking fees as his income, was arrested in Canada on the way to Russia. Wall Street made sure he was freed, or rather the big bankers.

Even the propaganda was directly paid for by Wall Street who for decades wanted to remove the Tsar (just like they want to remove Putin) for not allowing them to exploit Russian resources and markets. Yes, in 1920s they had full exploitation.

Go read Wall Street and the Bolshevki Revolution.

Ok, now I am really going to bed.

Cobra said...

@Stan
1. 50 millions gold marks was an enormous sum of money at the time.
2. The "chosen ones", bankers on the Wall Street, but nor representative of all bankers, and certainly not of all American people or its government, contributed $20 millions, a huge sum at the time.

I still do not understand what you have to gain by trying to push guilt on all the Americans, especially when you KNOW who was behind the bolshevik revolution, and they neither represented nor represent the entire American people.

BaytownMom said...

I just wanted to say that I am sorry you don't write in English all the time. Google's translation program gave me a headache.

So, based on the comments, I just wanted to say that Americans learn history from people who rewrite history in their own way. History books when I was a kid are totally different from the politically correct crap I see my nieces and nephews read. (I homeschool my children. And yes, they read the original stuff when available.)

The point I want to make is that propaganda is not only an American thing. The leaders and educators in every country teach what they want the people to know and suppresses the truth. To think otherwise is stupid. I am glad for the internet age and for people who share their views and easier ways to find the truth.

Even in America, before the election, there were those who were telling all who would listen that Obama was spouting socialism and there was no way we could benefit from it. So much for America having the cream of the crop. America has been dumbed down and we have no one else to blame but ourselves.

Don't misunderstand me, though. I may not like the policies of our president, but he will not be in office forever. I love this country. It will be here long after this president is gone.

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Piotr P. said...

Fagel has brought up some very true points, IMHO. One doesn’t have to fulfill his/her sense of rightful patriotism and pride of his Motherland (I, for once, am proud of being a Russian, of being born and raised on the culture and the land of Pushkin, Tolstoy, and Pres. V.V. Putin) by trashing every other country and culture on the faith of the Earth, and calling his opponent names without any provocation just for the audacity of having opinions that differ from his own. Russian would be served well by learning a bit of pluralism and tolerance (for it is possible to be tolerant without agreeing with your opponent’s views, you know). This smacks of the true Soviet/Bolshevik approach, the one that worked so “well” for Stalin and Co. Now, on to the point of the neighbors who Russia has pushed around for centuries. Gee, where do I begin? – Poland, Finland, the Baltic States, the entire Eastern European block annexed as a part of the shameful Teheran Conference deal ( just talk to any Hungarian, Romanian, or Chech / Slovak here in the States and ask them what they think about / feel toward Russia).

Piotr P. said...

The most typical thing for a Russian blogger (let’s see if I am a prophet) would be to simply ban an opponent so not to have to deal with a different view. It is a very Russia way, after all, millions of Russians were killed by the Bolsheviks for simply disagreeing with them. As a Russian proverb says: “Let us beat our own kind so the strangers would fear us”. Very perverse, isn’t it? Yet, to a Russian mind, this logic makes perfect sense. Russians seem to be fascinated with the US; if you talk to any number of them, the conversation would inevitably turn to this subject, namely: the US has only one goal, which is destruction of Russia and taking over its natural resources, America hates Russia, etc. Notice, How Stanislav has already been shaming me for speaking up against the evil Russian ways… Very typically Russian. By suppressing descent and by channeling peoples’ fear and anger toward the US, the Russians hope to blame America for their own crimes and shortcomings.

Stanislav said...

--The most typical thing for a Russian blogger (let’s see if I am a prophet) would be to simply ban an opponent so not to have to deal with a different view.--

You are still here, are you not? I banned a racist who spread vulgarity. You, well, it is fun to show you for the self loathing lefty you are...Russian...or so you claim on your own profile and then show how much you hate your own blood.

--Yet, to a Russian mind, this logic makes perfect sense. Russians seem to be fascinated with the US; if you talk to any number of them, the conversation would inevitably turn to this subject, namely: the US has only one goal, which is destruction of Russia and taking over its natural resources, America hates Russia, etc. Notice, How Stanislav has already been shaming me for speaking up against the evil Russian ways… Very typically Russian.--

And yet you claim to be a Russian yourself...actually, I believe that is your warped mindset that you project on a people you know nothing about but half truths your father or whom ever told you. My bet is that your only memory of Russia is that of a little child at best.

I shame you for telling lies and expose you for the liar you are. Note, you never come back and try to disprove any direct statements I make, only, like a typical leftist, you do character attacks and broad generalizations of an entire people.

--(I, for once, am proud of being a Russian, of being born and raised on the culture and the land of Pushkin, Tolstoy, and Pres. V.V. Putin)--

And yet everything you say is to denegrate Russians, Russian culture, everything.

I am tolerant of other views, I am not tolerant of the pure lies you spread and the evil you so do in slander.

Stanislav said...

--Poland, Finland, the Baltic States, the entire Eastern European block annexed as a part of the shameful Teheran Conference deal ( just talk to any Hungarian, Romanian, or Chech / Slovak here in the States and ask them what they think about / feel toward Russia).--

Haha, how about this: I speak with Romanians who work for my company, they love Russia (and they live in Romania) and same with the Bulgars. Even the Poles I deal with, have mostly good things to say. So goes to the Slavaks. The few Hungarians I knew all said that once the early 90s euphoria wore off and they looked at reality, they had no problems with Russians and went back to trade and prosper.

You sit in itelligencia and as with most such, make assumptions of the world that have no baring to reality.

Cobra said...

@Stan,

"Haha, how about this: I speak with Romanians who work for my company, they love Russia (and they live in Romania) and same with the Bulgars. Even the Poles I deal with, have mostly good things to say. So goes to the Slavaks. The few Hungarians I knew all said that once the early 90s euphoria wore off and they looked at reality, they had no problems with Russians and went back to trade and prosper."

You are delusional. Sorry to say...

Michael_Kuznetsov said...

Станислав!

Позволь мне внести маленькие лингвистические поправки.
Нет такого слова "Ираква", не каждый русский поймет, что это.

По контексту я догадался, что речь идет о стране ирокезов, об ирокезах, об индейцах племени ирокез.

Ты пишешь: "американцы секретно заключили отдельный мир и дали Англии исключительные права обмена".
Здесь два слова лучше заменить. А именно:
"сепаратный мир" и "исключительные права торговли".

В остальном все написано очень грамотно по-русски.

Мы русские -- с нами Бог!

Михаил Кузнецов

LoachDriver said...

Is it proper that I an American (at 69 probaly in your eyes elderly; but I don't feel old although I will admit to feeling a mite creaky) consider posting here? I certainly don't want to tread where I'm unwelcome.

I once made a less than half-hearted effort to study Russian and as a consequence picked up only a smattering of a few words of it.

Now I'm even more intellectually unambtious & lazy. Why not, I've been retired since 1970, since WIA when fighting the Communists in Viet-Nam?

Oh yes, once, in 1964, only for a few days, I visted the USSR. Interesting place to visit. What did I like most about it? The five Russian soldiers whom I encountered on the Warsaw-Moscow train. Great fellows with whom I made the mistake of attempting to match drink-for-drink. I think I enjoyed their company.

If you don't want me chattering here occasionally, please tell me so.