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A recent poll has shown that 28 percent of Russian citizens want their country to be again ruled by Tsars, and 13 percent suggest a current politician could claim the throne.

The research has been done by the All-Russian Center for Public Opinion. The results were announced by the head of this organization, Valery Fedorov, at a Moscow conference dedicated to the 400th anniversary of the Romanov Russian royal house.

According to Fedorov, 28 percent of Russians support the restoration of monarchy or said they would not object to it.

At the same time, only six percent said that a modern monarch must be from the Romanov dynasty. About 13 percent hold that a contemporary Russian politician could become a new Tsar and suggested a nationwide referendum to decide who. Only four percent admitted they had a favorite candidate but almost all monarchists agreed that the future Tsar must be an Orthodox Christian. 80 percent of all respondents said that no living Russian politician or public figure was worthy of the throne.

At the same time, 67 percent of those polled said that Russia should leave monarchy in the past and 82 percent agreed that the current republican constitution is the best for the country.

Russia was ruled by absolute monarchs from the mid-sixteenth century with Ivan IV the Terrible until the early 20th century. The last Emperor, Nicholas II abdicated after the Great October Socialist Revolution in 1917 and was executed by Bolsheviks together with his family in 1918.
source RT.

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Seems like russians are warming to this idea.

Restoration of a few key monarchies worldwide would spell THE END for the NWO.

Monarchism makes sense because the ruler is their for life.. and has the power secured.. and treats his subjects and country like his own.

Monarchism also provides a unifying effect that democracy cannot match.
the first step would be to protect the Russian Imperial House under law.

Many Romanovs are still around at this point and they are all highly educated.

Grand Duchess Romanova.. Oxford educated. She believes there is a role in the future for the Romanovs.

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Russia is actually taking this seriously:

According to Alexander Belov, former leader of MAII (Movement against Illegal Immigration), the perspective of the return of the Romanovs must be viewed favourably: “I’ve met with several members of the Family and I think they’d be quite useful for the country. They are pleasant and intelligent, even the language they speak isn’t quite the contemporary Russian: it is the language of Turgenev, Pushkin and Goncharov. Modern Russian ‘elite’ could learn a thing or two from them. All in all, I don’t know a single person among the current Romanovs, who could harm Russia in any way.”
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Belov noted that the advantages of the possible return of the Romanovs are far more than drawbacks: “If the Family gets transport, buildings and security, it is not exactly going to be a drain on the country’s budget. I also think that the Romanovs should be given back at least some part of the properties Soviet Government confiscated.” Belov went as far as predict actual restoration of the Monarchy and discussed the advantages of the possible event: “In Western Europe, existing Royal Families help strengthening cultural and social ties, support charities, represent the country at the appropriate occasions: they aren’t doing any damage but tons of good. As a matter of fact, the Kremlin Administration is currently considering Restoration of the Monarchy (constitutional Monarchy), akin to the British model, when the Monarch would be Head of the State and important symbol, while the actual Governing will be done by the Prime Minister. The plan is still in works: among other things, its execution depends on the compliance of the Romanovs to participate in it.”




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The Romanov bloodline is closely related to the Windsor bloodline, and all of the other European monarchies. For some reason, they were sacrificed in order to bring in the rise of the Bolsheviks. One Romanov child, Grand Duchess Anastasia, was thought to have escaped. Years later, a woman appeared in Europe who claimed to be Anastasia, but the MSM of the day confirmed that she was an imposter, so I guess she was.


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Quote:“I’d like to go to Russia very much – although the bastards murdered half my family.” Prince Phillip - 1967.
^ great post.

Prince Harry also has a lot of Royal Russian blood.
King Vladimir Putin
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Putin is a good choice but does not have the pedigree.

Putin's son should be intermarried into the Romanov clan if this is a long term strategy.
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generations of hollywood programming have brainwashed the populace into thinking monarchy is an oppressive cruel form of government.

the world was better off under monarchy.. in fact when monarchy disappeared that's when the two world wars happened.

A monarch represents the HISTORY and LINEAGE of the country.. it is an instant unifying force that is not as subvertable since their power is determined by BLOOD.

I believe Russia is seriously considering reinstating the throne. Perhaps just symbolically at first but with more integration as time goes on.
apparently the Bolsheviks couldn't do a complete wipeout of the romanov clan.

they murdered in cold blood many of the Key romanov figures after the october revolution in 1917.

I wonder if China is considering reinstating the monarchy. China will have a harder time because most of the descendants are not highly educated and many are not even rich.

Perhaps they can find someone from the Ming line.

Russia has a better chance because the Romanov have always remained aristocratic.
(08-07-2014 10:59 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]apparently the Bolsheviks couldn't do a complete wipeout of the romanov clan.

they murdered in cold blood many of the Key romanov figures after the october revolution in 1917.

I wonder if China is considering reinstating the monarchy. China will have a harder time because most of the descendants are not highly educated and many are not even rich.

Perhaps they can find someone from the Ming line.

Russia has a better chance because the Romanov have always remained aristocratic.

On my mother's side of my family we are German but from the southern region of Russian, "Volga-German". I could never get this around my head or anybody else's when I was younger. Germans from Russia???

In the 1760's Catherine the Great brought German farmers to the southern region around the base of the Volga river to colonize the area and bring better farming practices to the local population. They were drawn by the free homesteads. They were German Catholic along with German Lutheran and Mennonites.

At the turn of last century things were not good economically there, and there were other things that weren't good specifically for Volga-Germans. They faced a lot of persecution from ethnic Russians. Then, when the Bolshiviks took over, the shit really hit the fan for the 1st time and then again when the Germans invaded Russia in 1941... (think the Japanese internment but with forced labor, death, man times just from the long walk to Siberia with no food).

My just-married grandma (15) & grandpa fled Russia in 1910 when they were able to get on a merchant ship to New York with others from her village & area. They then went to Pittsburgh because of jobs being available in the steel mills. Finally, they came to Canada and were able to take part in a free Plains Indian's home give away and then set up a homestead. Most all Volga-German that fled Russia families went to the same place in Canada.

My grandma never heard from anyone in her family again after she left Russia. Communications with that part of the world non-existent. No one in the family knew what had happened to them.

After my grandma died and the iron curtain fell a distant cousin in Russia found our family in Canada and came to see us.

She told us that my grandmother's father and 4 brothers were ordered out of their house by armed Bolsheviks. They were all taken to their summer fallow field and shot dead. They confiscated their house, food, cattle, and all their belongings and told my great grandma & her two remaining daughters to start walking. No food, no water, no money, just what they were wearing. My great grandma & one of her remaining daughters died some time not long after that from sickness due to their plight.

The great aunt that survived the Bolsheviks later had children. Life became more stable for a while but then things got bad again. In 1941 she and her family were driven from their home and sent to the gulags in Siberia. It seems Stalin didn't want any ethnic-German Nazi-sympathizing insurgents popping up. My great aunt never made it home after the war. some of her kids did though.
sad story. The bolsheviks were the greatest killers in world history.. yet not even one major movie has been made about them. Makes you wonder.

There is a sort of connection between Russia and Germany due to their shared history. Der Spiegel recently wrote a piece about their friendship.
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