posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 10:05 AM
I would like to share some information that I have been collecting about alcohol for some time:
(a) The Russian civilization, dating back to the times of ancient history, has refused alcohol. Having been Vikings that chose the Right Hand Path,
they started a tradition of the population being somewhat in tune with nature.
(b) In fact, Russia refused alcohol until the introduction of Christianity and the establishment of the "Holy" Rus around the year 1401. At this
same time, an estimated number of 30,000 shamans were killed throughout the country and everything tying man to nature was deemed paganism and
witchcraft. Ever since that point, Russia has been ruled by German Princes. Occasionally, corrections were introduced and alcohol was rejected.
(c) Peter the "Great" introduced the practice of wine parties to Russia. A swing in the other direction could be observed during the ruling of
Nicholas the Second, where alcohol was only drank three times a year (Easter, Christmas, and Holy Week) and was forbidden to be drank by women.
(d) Russia's birth and death rates has a direct correlation to the amount of liters of alcohol consumed per capita per annul.
(e) Both Lenin and Trotsky were "imported." Everything was going according to plan, until Lenin snapped. Lenin's wife was the one who poisoned him
daily with his "medication" a little by little. Trotsky was too sick, they put up Stalin, one of the most defaced men in history. He was trapped. He
knew he had no way out and he did his best. The gulags were in place way before his time and he had no control over them. He was the "all seeing
eye" chosen to guide the Soviet Union.
(f) Please note, that during the first half of the Soviet Union there is no mention of alcohol. Stalin was that good and planning the economy. After
he was disposed of and the Cold "War" was truly initiated, alcohol was reintroduced into the Russian demographic. The state run alcohol production,
combined with propaganda was used to reap people of their material, spiritual, and methodological will and resources.
(g) These are the initial to which the modern population birth/death rates can be traced to.
(h) One may ask, why did Russian's not drink and develop a gene that allowed them to have a tolerance ten times higher of any other population. Well
the answer is that alcohol is poison, no matter what quantities it is consumed in. It causes scarring of the brain. In addition, men are somewhat
fortunate as the sperm of a male updates every year and a half to three years. The women might not be so lucky. Since women are born with a discrete
number of eggs, this becomes the real game of "Russian Roulette." There is no way to one hundred percent predict, without of course altering the
process of a person being born, which egg will combine with which sperm.
(i) The most lethal combination is therefore poisoned sperm and poisoned egg. Never the less, even if a man that has not once drank a drop of alcohol
in his life had a child with a woman that did, there is a chance that the child will turn out to not be alright.
(j) People that go to church weekly begin consuming alcohol on a regular basis as it is introduced since baptism.
(k) One of the primary tasks of the Knight Templar was the establishment of taverns in England. The original one still stands in London and is called
"The Dragon's Lair."
There is much more, but I am now weary. I hope this can share some light on the matter.