posted on Mar, 22 2008 @ 08:52 AM
For those of you who don't know, the eligible mr. Ferdinand's full name is Franz Ferdinand Karl Giuermo Anikò Strezpek Belschwitz Mòric Pinche
Bálint Szilveszter Gömpi Maurice Bzoch János Frajkor Ludwig van Haverbeke Josef von Habsburg-Lothringen.
Certainly a mouthful, and some forums would consider that a worthy thread-topic in itself.
But this is ATS, and as such i'm making this thread for a reason, and that reason is to illuminate the factors surrounding the assassination of The
The official story goes that Ferdinand was assassinated by one Gavrilo Pincip, who probably doesn't have as big a name as the guy he assassinated,
but n/m that.
The involvement of the Black hand is known of, as it was because of the Black hand's links to Serbia that relations between Austria and Serbia
declined so rapidly.
The ensuing war shaped the future of mankind, indeed some do say that if the first world war had not occured, then the second could not possibly have
Anyway, now that the chaff has been sorted from the wheat, i'll start getting to the bread of the matter.
It is my assertion that the operations of the Black Hand during WW1 Could not have been comissioned by any other than a truly elite member of the
organisation, and as such that Elite likely had his own motivations for authorising involvement with the assassination.
As usual with causes of war, independance plays a key role in the reasons for the assassination, although of course in this case it is uncertain as to
how the political movement at the time had the idea that the assassination of a member of Austrian Nobility would result in their freedom.
I'm of the opinion that whoever had the idea of carrying out the assassination was either off his face on shrooms or Opium, or the actual purpose of
the assassination has not been disclosed.
So there we have TWO examples of unknowns surrounding the assassination - the involvement of the Black hand and the ultimate endorsement of whoever it
was that was authorising such high-class targets at the time.
This, combined with the official story's apparent short-comings, makes me suspicious to say the least.
But how does this tie in with a NWO, i hear you ask.
My explanation is absurdly simple, as is always the case when it comes to my explanations - naturally i'll make a statement and then spend a few
paragraphs clarifying the various points i make, with perhaps a conclusion towards the end.
Here's one i made earlier;
The Man who authorised the execution of Ferdinand was a member of a fledgling NWO organisation.
As such, Secret Societies which employ Assassination tactics as a method of ensuring control could be said to be using 'Slavic' methods of
But how would the NWO stand to gain from the war that erupted due to the death of the ArchDuke?
Well, for starters it caused deep-seated issues between European nations that, if they had not been at war with one another, would have probably found
themselves uniting and forming some sort of Alliance of Nations, kinda like an Economy-focused NATO.
However, that didn't happen - the countries in Europe found themselves divided and reduced to small, almost insignificant military powers, incapable
of defending themselves against a large, combined force.
If there was indeed an NWO agenda on the rampage during those times, this would be a classic example of 'Divide and Conquer', if you look at the
involvement of the nazis in later years.
It is the links between the political spectrum at the end of World War 1 and at the start of World War 2 that i'm focusing on, so we'll take a look
at things at the end of WW1.
4 of the traditional dynasties ended because of the war, so some could say that this is the 'elimination of the competition' aspect of the NWO
So, was Hitler an agent of a NWO?
He wouldn't nessecarily have to be, conditions at the time were such that Hitler could have been manipulated into leading the Nazi Party by college
professors, students with a political agenda of their own, or even his bloody mother.
It is because of the events that surrounded BOTH the first and second world war that i believe that some sort of ulterior motive was in place, and
whether or not this ulterior motive was defeated is a question that only those who were involved can answer.
The Assassination of the Archduke, the Possible Black-hand/NWO agenda, the Division of European States, the Reichstag Fire, The rise of the Nazi party
and more attribute to an idea that sits in my mind like a sinister crone peering into a crystal ball.
You don't have to respond, but if any information on the Black Hand or events of the early 20th century can be delivered my way it will be greatly