The Fall of the Empire, with Dr. Michael Hill


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This evening we shall hear from our dear friend and League of the South President Dr. Michael Hill, and we hope to discuss some of the League’s positions in regard to the recent significant developments in the strategic and economic affairs of the empire which is the so-called United States. These recent developments certainly forebode the decline of the American empire, and that should be a welcome event to all Southerners, but the road through it shall certainly be a challenging journey.

There is so much U.S. media propaganda on the Ukraine war that it is difficult to follow. The news is all fake and I don’t watch it because I never know what to believe. I appreciated the League of the South’s official position that we should not have a care for who wins this war, as that has also been my own view from the beginning. I see the Ukraine war as two groups of Jews fighting for control of gas sales to Europe while accusing one another of being “Nazis”.

But this war is about much more than Ukraine, as it is about a series of challenges to the American dominance of world economy and politics in ways that the mainstream media does not inform the general public. With the inevitable decline of the American Empire, as Southerners we must attend to the needs of our own people.

Here is a link to Dr. Michael Hill's brief article: The Fall of the Empire Spend a few minutes and consider the League of the South!

Most of William Finck's notes on subjects discussed here, including the war in Ukraine, the petrodollar, the U.S. biolabs and more, are found at the Christogenea Forum in an article titled True reasons for the war in Ukraine.

If our readers really need to see videos of Ukraine president Volodymyr Zelenskyy promoting sodomy, see the Christogenea Media site article, The Jewish Comedian is also a Sodomite

We did not make the video below, but we added the notes and links to the articles it features, as it shows a side of Vladmir Putin which White Nationalists everywhere should despise.

Assorted quotes from Vladimir Putin featured in the above video:

June 19th, 2013: Putin: First Soviet government was mostly Jewish

JTA — Russian President Vladimir Putin said that at least 80 percent of the members of the first Soviet government were Jewish.

“I thought about something just now: The decision to nationalize this library was made by the first Soviet government, whose composition was 80-85 percent Jewish,” Putin said June 13 during a visit to Moscow’s Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center.

December 26th, 2021: Putin: Insulting Prophet Muhammad is not a Form of Freedom of Expression

“(The insult to the Prophet Muhammad) is a violation of religious freedom and a violation of the sanctity of those who embrace Islam,” Putin was quoted as saying by a Russian news agency. TASS, Friday (24/12).

Putin said the ummah and leaders of the Islamic world should remind officials of non-Muslim countries about this. He considered it an effort to fight Islamophobia.

Putin said he respects and appreciates artistic freedom in general. But he warned, it has limits and should not violate other freedoms. Putin explained that Russia has developed into a diverse country. Russian citizens, he said, are used to respecting each other’s traditions.

August 11th, 2019: Putin congratulates the Muslims of Russia on the Eid al-Adha Islamic holiday

MOSCOW, August 11. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin has congratulated the Muslims of Russia on the Eid al-Adha Islamic holiday, also known as the Festival of Sacrifice, wishing them peace, happiness and prosperity, according to a telegram published on the Kremlin’s website on Sunday.

"This holiday, which is one of the main and the most respected ones by the Muslims, marks the end of the pilgrimage to the holy places and serves to unite people, strengthen the eternal values of love, kindness and mercy. It is pleasant that Russian Muslims cherish the rich cultural and spiritual heritage of their fathers and grandfathers, educate the younger generation to respect history, traditions and customs of their ancestors," Putin said.

February 9th, 2021: The City of Kazan and Russia’s Non-Slavic Future

One Russian city offers a glimpse of the country’s increasingly Muslim and non-Slavic future…

January 15th, 2018: Putin Says Communism Comes From the Bible, Compares Lenin to a Saint

Russian President Vladimir Putin has compared Vladimir Lenin to a saint and declared that Soviet communist ideas come from the Bible.

Putin was speaking during a documentary about the recently-restored Valaam Monastery on state-funded channel Rossiya 1, which tells the story of the building—located near the border with Finland—over the years.

A major point of discussion is the October Revolution of 1917, which led to the execution of the staunchly Christian royal family, the formation of the Soviet Union and a new chapter of atheistic and anti-religious policies by the Kremlin.

Ever since—and particularly after the opening of the Soviet Union under Mikhail Gorbachev in the early 1990s—the role of the church in Russian society has been a dividing issue.

But Putin, who has often backed the church, tells the documentary makers that he does not believe the ideals of communism and Christianity are incompatible.

March 2nd, 2018: Putin, before vote, says he'd reverse Soviet collapse if he could

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday he would reverse the collapse of the Soviet Union if he had a chance to alter modern Russian history, news agencies reported.

Putin made the comments, likely to strike a chord with millions of nostalgic older Russians, weeks before a March 18 election that polls show he should win comfortably.

Fielding quick-fire questions from supporters in Russia’s European exclave of Kaliningrad, Putin was asked what Russian historical event he would like to change.

“The collapse of the Soviet Union,” Putin immediately shot back.

Putin, who served in the KGB in the Soviet era, called the 1991 Soviet fall the “greatest geopolitical catastrophe” of the twentieth century in a 2005 speech and has used the Soviet Union’s World War Two defeat of Nazi Germany to stir patriotism and help create a new sense of Russian identity.

June 26th, 2012: At Putin's side, an army of Jewish billionairesThe Jerusalem Post

"We have to keep our Jewishness and be united in the Diaspora," says Russian Jewish Congress VP.

When the air-conditioning broke down at the reception for the unveiling ceremony of the Red Army monument in Netanya on Monday, it didn’t matter if you were a billionaire, multimillionaire or broke.

Everyone suffered the same.

In one corner sat Mikhail Fridman, the seventh-richest man in Russia, whose fortune is estimated at $15 billion by Forbes. He stayed hydrated in the sweltering heat by sipping a glass of water.

In another stood Moshe Kantor, the chemicals tycoon who Forbes said was worth $2.3b. He repeatedly removed the beads of sweat from his head with a napkin.

The two men were part of a group of two dozen or so affluent Russian-speaking businessmen who came to the ceremony where President Vladimir Putin was the guest of honor. Some, like Fridman, flew in especially from Russia. Others, like Kantor, drove from nearby Herzliya, where many businessman from the former Soviet Union including Leonid Nevzlin and Gabriel Mirilashvili, to name a few, have made their homes.