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    Quote Originally Posted by coverLid View Post
    The person claimed to be David Rockefeller in this photo is actually Krsto Popivoda. I haven't yet managed to identify the man standing between Borka Vučić and Slobodan Milošević. He is claimed to be Jakob Rothchild by the same media outlets that published this photo and identified Krsto Popivoda as David Rockefeller. In both cases, that is incorrect. However, this photo continues to circulate the internet and some local media outlets in Serbia, with a false statement attached to it.
    I think that the man close to Borka is David Rockefeller , I can't identify the others. Many of those "high rollers" have a lots of property in Belgrade, not just the Rockefeller's, but also JP Morgan's and others. Borka died in a car accident at age 83 and with her the secret about Cyprus billions that were stolen from citizens of Serbia, during the 90es. After her death, the conspiracy theory myths rose sky high.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snapper View Post
    What total claptrap. Britain was trying to get Hellas to enter the war from 1914 in support of Serbia. British troops landed at Thessaloniki in 1915 and after Serbia collapsed started the Salonika front. The Serbian army was evacuated to Corfu and parts of it went on with the Allies to defeat Bulgaria. Muscovy of course did sign a separate peace anyway. You were Britain's allies - it was in Britain's interests to save the Serbian army and nothing whatsoever to do Muscovy saving you as the Germans were already in Eastern Galicia and what is now Belarus. That is why the Bulgarians sided with Germany in 1915. The Muscovites were militarily already finished as an offensive force. They could not help Serbia - thus British involvement in Hellas and the evacuation of the Serbian army.

    Nor am I a subject of Her Majesty any longer let alone an employee of Her Government. My family's exile ended before the Revolution of Dignity but as the enemy has returned to his old habits I judge my time better spent defending my family's home (and Europe) than sitting in London arguing about the British desire to commit suicide. Even if my family home were still in Poland as it was in the interwar period I would still volunteer to aid Ukraine for as Piłsudski said "There can be no free Poland without a free Ukraine". The same by the way is true of the Baltics.
    Not quite. You do know about that little "mishap" with the Churchill and those two German battle cruisers, right? The pursuit of Goeben and Breslau. Also Serbia and Greece had an agreement about mutual support, from 1913. What happened with that? Yeah...

    There is more that meets the eye, than the official history books. But, I will get to that.
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    No 'mishap' - the Goeben and Breslau fled before a superior force. That they fled to Constantinople is hardly something you can blame the British for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snapper View Post
    No 'mishap' - the Goeben and Breslau fled before a superior force. That they fled to Constantinople is hardly something you can blame the British for.
    Right. You are right, it wasn't a mishap. I am not worried about Constantinople, but what they did afterwards does concern me.

    No worries, I will get to that. Our corvette captain wrote an interesting history book about naval warfare, back in the 90es and it holds a good amount of details and leads about that event.
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    There is simply too much coincidences, both with times and places, to be random. It shows pattern and pattern leads to intent. Intent leads to pre meditation and pre meditation leads to plan.

    Look at the orders that the Admiral Troubridge got, regarding Goeben and Breslau. It says opposite from what you are saying.
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    I fail to see how the escape of Goeben and Breslau to Constantinople during WW1 signifies some 200yr old British Albanian alliance in any way. Sure they should not have escaped the RN and believe Admirals got blamed and punished for it but there is nothing in this to prove your mythological conspiracy theory of a British Albanian alliance dating back 200yrs. When it did start precisely? What was it's purpose? Who was involved in deciding this? You make these bold statements that you cannot support with a single fact and then wander off to talk about the Goeben and Breslau as if this was remotely concerned.

    Serious my friend - the Moon is made of cheese. Don't believe those guys who went there and brought bits back. All a conspiracy a keep up cheese prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snapper View Post
    I fail to see how the escape of Goeben and Breslau to Constantinople during WW1 signifies some 200yr old British Albanian alliance in any way. Sure they should not have escaped the RN and believe Admirals got blamed and punished for it but there is nothing in this to prove your mythological conspiracy theory of a British Albanian alliance dating back 200yrs. When it did start precisely? What was it's purpose? Who was involved in deciding this? You make these bold statements that you cannot support with a single fact and then wander off to talk about the Goeben and Breslau as if this was remotely concerned.

    Serious my friend - the Moon is made of cheese. Don't believe those guys who went there and brought bits back. All a conspiracy a keep up cheese prices.
    There is no conspiracy, its just history and view at British interest trough time. First leads point at 1878, so be patient. Goeben and Breslau are crucial for this essay, crucial in more than one way.
    Problem Snapper with this is that British history sees fulfillment of British interests as victories and benefits for England and sees them in a positive light. However, I deal with those same interests but from a different perspective, from the perspective of the aftermath of those actions.
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    So just more waffle... Not a single fact to support your conspiracy theory of an Anglo Albanian alliance. Honest - good cheese to be had up there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by snapper View Post
    So just more waffle... Not a single fact to support your conspiracy theory of an Anglo Albanian alliance. Honest - good cheese to be had up there!
    Untill I finish my obligations, you will have to content with this one, from the 99. Oh, no worries, cheese is excellent.
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