Quite compelling stuff.
Serious fail usa. Serious fail
Quote:The Shelling of Mainila (Finnish: Mainilan laukaukset) was a military incident on November 26, 1939, where the Soviet Union's Red Army shelled the Russian village of Mainila (located near Beloostrov), declared that the fire originated from Finland across a nearby border and claimed losses in personnel. Through that false flag operation the Soviet Union gained a great propaganda boost and a casus belli for launching the Winter War four days later.
Germany had been working on various Submarine designs since 1850...
Their first fully functionable Submarine was completed in 1903...
U-boat is translated more or less as Undersea Boat,and Germanys first U-Boat design,the U-1 was commisioned into the Imperial German Navy in 1906 and contained one torpedo launching tube...
The better designed German U-2 Submarine,was twice as large as the U-1 and was commisioned in 1908 and contained two torpedo launching tubes...
The passenger liner Titanic,with a length of 882 feet sank on April-14th 1912,with a loss of 1,503 lives...
At the start of World War-1,during the month August-1914,the Germany Navy had 48 U-Boats of 13 classes in service or under construction...
The passenger liner Lusitania,which entered service in 1907 and had a length of 787 feet,was sunk by a single torpedo launched from a German U-boat on May 7th 1915 with a loss of 1,198 lives...
As explained above,Germany most certainly had the capability to have destroyed the Titanic in 1912,especially when realizing that the Lusitania was a passenger ship of similar size and capacity and was destroyed by the German Navy only 3 years after the Titanic sank and the Germans had thought that the Lusitania was a troop ship,which it was not and was possibly transporting ammunition for the Allied Forces in Europe,which was later proven true...
I think that a German Navy U-2 Submarine was patrolling in the area of the Titanic,which was then spotted by accident or by design and then the choice was made,or following upon specific orders,to launch a torpedo which struck and exploded,opening the Titanics hull below the water line and ultimately sending her to the bottom...
And this very possible German sinking of the Titanic and the tragic loss of many innocent lives,was kept a closely guarded and hushed up and suppressed secret,to prevent what would have erupted into a major public frenzy,only 2 years before World War One was unleashed and ushered in the beginning of the royal bloodline elites New World Order and so the deception given to the public of the Titanic striking an iceberg and then sinking was a cover story and a lie thats lingered on and gained momentum through the years...
(06-16-2013, 11:23 PM)Octo Wrote: Just saying, had Germany not lost WWI, Finland would have been a monarchy as the majority of the Nordic countries. After our civil war in 1918 a (German) monarch was appointed as our leader. It never came into being though.
Imagine if the nazis were the only ones with atom bombs during world war two...
The Lusitania has always qualified as a potential false flag prior to war. The ship listed forward before sinking quickly. Torpedo? Or, were there explosives in the cargo hold as the Germans contended? Were they set off to get the US involved with WWII? Probably imo.
The odd thing is the Titanic and Lusitania had the same Captain. Here's his testimony about the Titanic one day prior to the Lusitania's departure:
Quote:Q. Did you get reports of icebergs before you heard of the “Titanic” sinking?
A. Yes, on Sunday and Monday.
Q. Did you go south of the position where they were indicated?
A. I went 65 miles south of the position where the “Titanic” struck ice.
Q. Under the above circumstances, would it be reasonably safe for such a vessel to proceed at a speed of 20 knots an hour or upwards?
A. Certainly not; 20 knots through ice! My conscience!
The lawyers asked many of the same questions over and over in different forms, but no answer was groundbreaking to the case. However, there is one question and answer that sticks out.
Q. Have you learned nothing by that accident?
A. Not the slightest; it will happen again.
This answer sent a chill down my spine when I first read it because the captain being interviewed about the Titanic disaster was William T. Turner, captain of the RMS Lusitania.
Quote:As for Captain Turner, he would survive the Lusitania. A British inquiry laid a great deal of the blame personally on his actions as if to avoid questions about the cargo on the Lusitania. Ultimately, in both the American and British inquiries, Germany was held solely responsible. As in the Titanic liability case, the Lusitania claimants received next to nothing.
Not going on a boat with that guy!
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