Notre Dame and the Tatars

The spire should not be replaced.  It’s a thinly disguised phallic symbol added by a possible (based on his rationalist philosophy) Freemason in 1844.  The internet is flooded with news that Macron has taken it upon himself to call for international submissions for a new spire that never should have been there in the first place.

Undoubtedly Macron will choose a Muslim architect who’ll replace the phallic spire with a phallic minaret so that the  Phallistines can practice their pagan religions inside Catholic buildings, while their synagogues sit empty.  Pagans believe that man is God and so they worship the God of the Diversity of Humans, but Diversity is actually Christian Genocide, so we’re still in the old Biblical wars.

A real multicultural church honoring the Gods of Diversity.  A diverse variety of Phallic symbols but no cross that I can see.

“In 1844, architects Jean-Baptiste-Antoine Lassus and Eugène Viollet-le-Duc were commissioned to restore the aging cathedral.”  Lassus died before it was complete but he’d already restored several churches that had been damaged by Protestant vandalism, and they were all important Guise churches.  “The duo employed a team of craftspeople who repaired existing features and added new elements, including a 750-ton spire, copper statues, and the now-famous 56 chimera.”

I was just studying the Tartars and thinking about Notre Dame Cathedral when the above video was posted.  The title uses the word Tartar to describe the artwork inside ‘Notre Dame’ Cathedral. Notre Dame  means ‘Cathedral of Our Lady’.  The one thing that all non-Catholic religions have in common is the rejection of the important role played by Mary the Mother of Christ. Rejection is a mild word for the psychotic hatred that some Jews and Protestants have for her.  Muslims are supposed to honor her, but they’d actually have to read the Koran to know that.  Rejecting Mary is also rejecting an honorable role for women and family in society.

The reason this video focuses on Catholic Tartar artwork done 850 years ago in Paris is because that’s the key to understanding French history and why the titles to far eastern lands were owned by the Guise.    Tartarus way off in Russian territory is an area where maps are blurred on Wikipedia. Tartarus is the origin of King Francois, through his ancestry from Moi Pons.  The Moyenne Age refers to the time when the greatest Catholics built the largest churches.  The men who built them were highly skilled at building large complexes.  Jean  Bruge was notable as one of the last leaders of these teams of builders.  His work is falsely attributed to Christopher Wren, but that’s another story.

Hidden history of Eastern Europe:

The  Ancient Tartarian Empire is said to have been the largest Empire in human history. An extension of  the Byzantine Empire, it was Roman Catholic, which is why Jewish historians and governments have kept  it a secret from students of history. The Tartarus  people are thought to have had advanced technology, because of the difficult and enormous architecture built by them all  around the world.  Notre Dame Cathedral is the size of a mountain.




What is the Golden Horde?

Golden Horde noun
: a body of Mongols that overran eastern Europe in the 13th century and dominated Russia until 1486
region comprising most of what is now Russia in Europe; formed the western part of the Mongol Empire from the middle of the 13th century to the end of the 14th century
First Known Use of Golden Horde was in
1863.  [ It is a Freemason replacement for the words Roman Catholic and Tartar.]

Roman Catholicism 1251-1480


A Tartar people to the north of China brought a number of other tribes into a military confederation and achieved such a series of conquests as has no parallel in history.
Their leader, was given the title of Genghis Khan. The ‘Ghis’ part of the title is the same as the Catholic European Guise families.

Genghis Khan rescued  China, casting out of Peking the corrupt rulers there and then recovering  an empire that reached from the Pacific to the Volga river.  Under his successors nearly all Russia became tributary to the Catholic Tartars for over two hundred years.  This means that Catholicism was introduced into China by the government of China at that time, the Guises.

Rulers of  Tartarus were always chosen from the family of the Guise.  The grandson of Genghis Khan, Batu Khan, advanced far into eastern Europe and established in 1251 the rule of  Roman Orthodox Catholicism in Russia.

This consolidation of the Lithuanian lands began in the late 12th century. Mindaugas was crowned as Catholic King of Lithuania in 1253. When doing your own study of this time and region, confusion is avoided if you remember that the Teutonic Knights were enemies of Christianity, not Crusaders.  The pagan state was represented by the Teutonic Knights and the Livonian Order.

The Christian Grand Duchy expanded to include large portions of the former Kievan Rus’ and other Slavic lands, including what is now Belarus and parts of Ukraine, Poland and Russia. At its greatest extent, in the 15th century, it was the largest state in Europe.

The flag and coat of arms of Minsk, Belarus honors Our Lady

The Persian word for Tartar is first recorded in the 13th century in reference to Genghis Khan. Tata is a name of the Mongols for themselves. The Arabic word for Tatars is تتار. Tatars themselves wrote their name as تاتار or طاطار. The Chinese term for Tatars was Dada 韃靼, especially after the end of the Yuan period (14th century), but also recorded as a term for Mongolian-speaking peoples of the northern steppes during the Tang period (8th century). The name “Tatars” was used as an alternative term for the Shiwei, a nomadic confederation to which these Tatar people belonged.”

From the beginning, the extra r in Tartar was present in the Western forms, and according to the Oxford English Dictionary this was most likely due to an association with Tartarus which bordered on Northern China.

According to Chinese history the  word Da or Di was used for the Royal  ancestors who were called di (帝), “deities”, and the utmost progenitor was Shangdi (上帝 “Highest Deity”).

Jews don’t like Tartars.

1921–1922 Famine Genocide of the Tatars by Communist Jews as recorded in Wikipedia:
The Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic in 1921 to 1922 as a result of war communist policy. The famine deaths of 2 million Tatars in Tatar ASSR and in Volga-Ural region in 1921–1922 was catastrophic as half of Volga Tatar population in USSR died. This famine is also known as “terror-famine” and “famine-genocide” in Tatarstan.  The Soviets settled ethnic Russians after the famine in Tatar ASSR and in Volga-Ural region causing the Tatar share of the population to decline to less than 50%.

The Jews are now claiming to be their own victims by pretending to be “Tatar Muslim” as evidenced by the following attempts at scamming in the United Nations building:

“All-Russian Tatar Social Center (VTOTs) has asked the United Nations to condemn the 1921 Tatarstan famine as Genocide of Muslim Tatars.”

The 1921–1922 famine in Tatarstan has been compared to Holodomor in Ukraine, and like Ukraine, the victims were Christians, not Muslim.

History of Jewish Turks  in Udmurtia and Tatarstan:

Tatar and Udmurt Jews are territorial groups of the Ashkenazi Jews, which started to be formed in the residential areas of mixed Turkic tribes.  Ashkenazi Jews on the territory of Tatarstan first appeared in the 1830s. The Jews of Udmurtia and Tatarstan subdivided on cultural and linguistic characteristics into two territorial groups: 1) Udmurt Jews who lived on the territory of Udmurtia and the north of Tatarstan; 2) Tatar Jews or Kazan Jews who lived mainly in the city of Kazan and its agglomeration.

The desperate attempts to pretend that Muslims are numerous in Russia are funny.  In the following article excepts, the Imam says the Mosque is empty because all the Muslims are tired from working.



APRIL 15, 2007 / 1:21 PM / 12 YEARS AGO
Arctic mosque stays open but Muslim numbers shrink
Robin Paxton
NORILSK, Russia (Reuters)

[The mosque, opened in 1998, was privately built.]

Sidikov keeps the mosque open late every evening for those still wishing to study the Koran.

“Muslims should come to the mosque at least once a week. We don’t get that here.”


Sidolov claims that there  are over 20 million Muslims in Russia, approximately 14 percent of the country’s 140 million population.

“There are many Muslims, but few come to the mosque. They work all day and in the evening they are tired,” Sidikov said.

“Over generations, some arrivals from Russia’s Caucasus regions have converted to Orthodox Christianity, residents say.”


More fake Muslims in America

“On Thursday, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of New Mexico condemned the United Constitutional Patriots, which patrols the southern U.S. border in New Mexico, as a “fascist militia organization” operating outside the law.

The small volunteer group says it is helping the Border Patrol deal with a surge in undocumented migrants at the southern border. U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration has toughened various policies and put pressure on Mexico in an attempt to discourage people from attempting to cross into the United States illegally.”

Along with the ACLU, New Mexico Democratic senators Martin Heinrich and Tom Udall also called for an investigation into the border group.

“Threatening innocent children and…”


Dindu  nuffin in Pinske:

1919 AD, all information found on Wikipedia that can be verified…

Two Jewish soldiers, Daniel Kozak and Motel Kolkier, were offered a bribe to join the Bolshevik conspiracy in the local synagagoue.

Anyone who wants to read long  protestations of Jewish innocence can do so easily and anywhere, but the facts of their guilt are short and simple:

Bolshiviks were murdering military men one by one at night in Pinsk.

The so-called Pinsk “massacre”was the application of the laws against treason, which in all countries is the death penalty.  Execution of thirty-five Jewish residents of Pinsk occurred on April 5, 1919. The event occurred during the opening stages of the Polish–Soviet War, after the Polish Army had liberated Pinsk from the Bolshevik Jews.  The Jews who were executed had been arrested after an illegal meeting in a Zionist center.  The officer’s decision was defended by high-ranking Polish military officers, but was widely criticized by international Jewish opinion who feel that they have special dispensation to commit treason.

Major Narbut-Luczynski

“The battle for Pinsk was won in March 1919 by General Antoni Listowski of the Polish Army regional commander of the Polish forces in Podlasie. The 34th Infantry Regiment under Major Narbut-Łuczyński forced the Bolsheviks to retreat to the other side of the river.  An armed militia composed of a small, non-representative group of local peasants and young Jewish communists kept on shooting at the Poles from concealment.”

An interim civilian administration was set up in Pińsk, but the hostilities continued. There were instances of Polish soldiers being singled out at night and murdered.

On April 5, 1919, seventy-five Jewish residents of the city met at a local Zionist center after public  meetings were banned due to Bolshevik violence. When major Aleksander Narbut-Łuczyński heard that the meeting was a Bolshevik gathering, he initially ordered his troops to arrest the meeting organizers. The town commander ordered their execution.

The thirty-five detainees were put against the wall and executed by a firing squad composed of the Polish soldiers.

Aleksander Narbut-Łuczyński (February 28, 1890 – July 20, 1977) was a Polish lawyer and military officer, a brigadier general of the Polish Army and a veteran of both the Polish-Bolshevik War and World War II. During the German-Soviet invasion of Poland in 1939 he commanded the rear troops of the Kraków Army.

According to Jewish historians, the 35 Jews were executed because they didn’t go to the Officer’s party after being invited.

An investigation into the massacre was called by President of the United States Woodrow Wilson.  Not a word of sympathy from America’s Jews for the dead soldiers who’d been murdered by Russia’s Jews.

Honours and awards received by Luczynski:

Silver Cross of the Virtuti Militari
Cross of Independence
Officer’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta
Cross of Valour – four times
Gold Cross of Merit – twice
Officer’s “Parasol” badge

Born in Skierniewice, he graduated from the faculty of philosophy of the Lwów University. After that he moved to Belgium, where he graduated from the faculty of law of the University of Liège. After the outbreak of World War I he returned to Poland under foreign partitions and volunteered for the Polish Legions in Austria-Hungary. In October 1914 he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant, and then in March of the following year – to Captain.

After Poland regained independence in 1918 Narbut-Łuczyński joined the newly formed Polish Army, and took part in the Polish-Bolshevik War in the rank of Major, and then Colonel (since June 1, 1919). After the war he remained in the army and in 1924 was promoted to brigadier general. He served on various command posts in the interbellum. During the Invasion of Poland he commanded the rear troops of the Kraków Army. Taken prisoner of war in Romania, he made his way to France, where he remained in the officers’ reserve of the commander-in-chief. After the end of World War II he settled in the United States, where he lived until his death.

These events were among the continuing Jewish aggravations aimed at getting revenge for what had been their own pagan downfall with the baptism in 1252 and coronation of King Mindaugas in 1253.   Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine then became Roman Catholic.

Pope Alexander VI reprimanded the Grand Duke for keeping Jews as advisers because they sought to polarise Conservative Christians.  As a result of having these advisors,  Lithuania  became one of the major centers of the Protestant rebellion. Vilnius University was infiltrated and used for this purpose.

In the second half of the 16th century Protestant Rebellion spread in Lithuania, supported by the families of Radziwiłł, Chodkiewicz, Sapieha, Dorohostajski and others. By the 1580s the majority of the senators from Lithuania were traitors calling themselves Calvinist or Unitarian.


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