Tuesday, March 16, 2010

FALSE FLAG OPERATIONS IN 19th CENTURY EUROPE

Rachkovsky

The anarchists of the latter part of the 19th century were seen as being a threat to the rich elite and therefore they had to be discredited. (The World That Never Was.)

The anarchists were not keen on rule by oligarchs, whether Christian aristocrats or communist Jews.

The anarchists were discredited through terrorism.

The anarchist movement was full of government spies and agents provocateurs.

It was often the government spies who orchestrated the acts of terrorism.

Governments used the threat of anarchist terror to pass repressive laws.



Peter Rachkovsky, boss of the Russian Czar's secret police, was one of those who infiltrated the anarchists. (The World That Never Was: A True Story of Dreamers, Schemers, Anarchists and Secret Agents by Alex Butterworth.)

According to Alex Butterworth "Rachkovsky knew how to sway public opinion: a bomb scare that implicated the foreign anarchists.

"All he needed was a little inside help to arrange it." (Express ...)

Rachkovsky recruited British Special Branch police officer, Inspector William Melville.

It appears that Melville set up a false flag terrorist bomb scare.

A group of anarchists in Walsall in London were asked, by agents provocateurs, to make a bomb.

Then, in January 1892, Melville had the anarchists arrested.

An 'anarchist' teacher, in the pay of Melville, was the leader of the bomb making anarchist cell.

Melville went on to set up the forerunner of MI5.

In February 1894 a bomb went off near the Greenwich Royal Observatory in London.

The Russian secret service is believed to have been behind this bomb.

Then bombs went off in the Belgian city of Liege.

Letters found in the bomber's flat were linked directly to the Russian embassy in Paris.

Rachkovsky's agents provocateurs had organised the bombs.

Rachkovsky agents included (Pyotr Rachkovsky):

Abraham Landesen, of the Narodnaya Volya 'terrorists' in France and Switzerland

Ignaty Kornfeld, of the Anarcho-Communists


Prodeus, a well-known revolutionary

Ilya Drezhner, of the the Social Democrats in Germany, Switzerland, and France

Boleslaw Malankiewicz, of the Polish anarchists and 'terrorists' in London

Casimir Pilenas, of the the Latvian 'terrorists'

Zinaida Zhuchenko, of the Socialist Revolutionaries and their 'terrorist' Fighting Unit

Aleksandr Evalenko, of the the Jewish Bundists and 'terrorists'


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1 comment:

kenny's sideshow said...

Some things never change except updates to the technologies of false flags.

Another good hidden history anon.

 
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