As one can see from what I have written previously, the entire complexion and perspective when analyzing the origins of World War I, have now changed. It has been the tradition to present the powers of ‘Britain’, ‘France’, ‘Russia’, ‘Germany’, as rival powers, as if they were independent rival powers seeking mastery over new colonies and frontiers, a rival imperialism. But obviously they cannot be true rivals if their figureheads, their so called Kaisers, Kings, Queens, Tsars, are all closed related and belong to the same family! But the figureheads have no power themselves, that is why they are figureheads, because according to the maxim established over time; the real powers never reveal themselves to those they have power over. This makes everything extremely difficult for those without power, and extremely advantageous for those with power, which is why this strategy and proven maxim has been so enduring. To be able to position the same family into the various leading roles of world powers, is a demonstration of ultimate power! What talk of “alliances” can there be, when we regard the cause of the Great War? These so-called “secret alliances” as the number one cause, that is the same as the Yanks saying they decoded Japanese diplomatic communications with, and I quote; “Magic”…When it came to the disputed railway track and the freight rates, Turkey was supposedly allied to Germany but the Ottoman Bank was in French hands, and the Berlin to Baghdad railway was not built, but in dispute at that time, and then Turkey became an ally of Britain and France, and then the Berlin to Baghdad was built! As the railway was actually constructed mainly during the 1930’s and completed in 1940.
So the entire theatre of World War I was about a railway owned by secret alliances, who have never been revealed, but share the same family figureheads, that was actually constructed after the war. So France, Russia and Britain, went to war against Germany over a railway line, that ended up being built anyway, so the entire war was futile, because the Berlin to Baghdad railway was completed in 1940! And of course all during this time, from 1888, from the inception of the plan to build the Berlin to Baghdad Railway, right up until its completion in 1940, all the European “rivals” at the time were joint owners and shareholders in the railway, all along the same entities were involved, and regardless of The Great War, the railway was completed. And this new railway along with all other railways at the time contributed greatly to economic expansion, opened new commercial markets, secured sources of supply, and served to politically unify new territories and vastly simplified the logistics of all forms of transportation, especially military transportation.
“We cannot agree to a tariff increase that will be used to build a railway which will be used to discriminate against our goods. We cannot, either permit compromise with our strategic position on the Persian Gulf.” – 1911, Sir Edward Grey (British Foreign Secretary) to the German Imperial Ambassador
Now remember that the Sir Edward Grey represents King Edward VII and the German Imperial Ambassador represents King Edward VII’s nephew Kaiser Wilhelm II. So it is like I said; a family squabble over freight rates, not even ownership of the line, because it was jointly owned, just a dispute over the tariff, which was resolved in 1940.
It is said that Germany lost World War I, but they were made to lose the war. Germany actually won the war, but that was not the planned outcome, so Germany even though they won the war, declared that they had lost it! Not only did they declare that they had lost the war that they had won, but also declared and signed that not only should they pay for all costs for the war that they had won, but that all Germans forever should pay for the war that they won, they should pay all expenses of the “rivals” they beat, not just for the past but for the future, indefinitely. Now that is pathetic, a pathetic fallacy, but such was the nature of the entire war, it was a pathetic fallacy. Unless you understand that the dispute over the Berlin to Baghdad was resolved, and built, why? Because Germany and Britain agreed to those tariffs after all, they came to an agreement on the freight rates, you see…which was the cause of “The Great War”…Not so great is it? No it was not so great, after all in exoteric terms.
“The yoke of slavery is and always will remain the most unpleasant experience than mankind can endure.” – Adolf Hitler
Reading this series of posts I have written on the “The Great War” as with all Siddharreich posts will help Esoteric Aryans come to understand, or be better equipped to navigate the philosophical dimensions of the Third Reich Pilgrim, which one must ultimately do if one is to make the leap into the hyper-reality of the Fifth Reich. Which is the only way to enter into Immortality.