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First genocide of End Times: carried out not only in broad daylight but in the spotlight

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Contrast the first genocide of End Times with all others:
Same as abortion and the Armenian and syrian genocide one century later and in the same area, it was carried in broad daylight.
But it was the only one that was on the spotliigjt as it unfolded

Armenian genocide in broad daylight was not the first one in End Times
From wikipedia: "the starting date is conventionally held to be 24 April 1915".
That was weeks before the 100th anniversary of Waterloo, which is, together with the french revolution 1789, the best start point to get the real first genocide in End Times.

First genocide in End Times vs the other ones
Same as "euthanasia": millions of victims in double digits; carried out by the illuminati against not only whites but also their own people.
But it was not carried out behind closed doors bur rather absolutely the only one in the absolute spotlight.
That's why it's also the only genocide for which the illuminati have no problems stating the real number of victims.
It was also the only one to be carried out with an interruption.

First genocide in End Times: the first half-time
It started days after
- the illuminati shelling of Belgrade, 28 July 1914, the start of the real First World War.
- the declaration of war of Germany to France, August 3, 1914, the start of the staged First World War.
The real First World War ended October 1917 but the genocide continued even longer than the official end date for the armenian genocide.
It would be officially interrupted in November 1918 for a half-time pause.
It was scripted to restart for the end of the game within 15 years.

The second half-time, a shadow of the first one
At the end of the day it started only in 1939 and it lasted even longer than the first one.
Yet almost as many people were killed in the first months alone of the first half time as in all of the second half-time.
Numbers from "The World Crisis" by Winston Churchill, who, same as Hitler, supposedly particpated "following orders" in the first half-time and as organizer in the second half-time,
In "The World Crisis", Winston Churchill used figures from French parliamentary records of 1920, to give
- French casualties from 5 August to 5 September 1914 of 329,000 killed, wounded and missing,
- German casualties from August to November of 677,440 men and
- British casualties in August and September of 29,598 men.

BASICS
Roosevelt and Churchill in WW2 in reality same as Churchill and Hitler supposedly in WW1: following orders, more precisely from Hitler.
To get all this a few lines and the role of France after 1789 is all it takes
starting with Waterloo 1815:
Illuminati Milestones: Waterloo battle unsurpassed 2 out of 3 sides of same fake war coin

World War III: original script released 1943 was a remake of original WW2 script, two of the ultimate reductions of illuminati end times.
The first reduction is implicitly stated: again the same original script.
The second reduction is what the original script was: a totally fake war with real blood.
The ultimate reason for all this: proving the illuminati anti-bible true, in particular that "Armageddon is a lie".
At tne end of the day not only WW2 but also World War III started as a real war mixed with fake wars.
As expected from the Laws of End Times Reductionism some of these fake wars were additionally reduced to fake blood.
Illuminati World Wars - only two were scripted.: WW3 script 1943 remake of WW2 original stalin

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History of End Times: First genocide only one in the spotlight began 1914
 
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Half-times? End of Times?
If you are the Last Prophet are you the End Prophet?

There have been genocides for all of recorded history. Human beings once they've gained absolute power love playing god and killing other people.

What end times? If you are talking about Christians they have been predicting end times since the first century.
 

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Interesting that all these kind of texts remain silent of the people of Austria-Hungary, the country that allegedly started ww1. So what is the credibility and purpose of this whole thing, apart from making money in book stores?

Also, by the way, an end time is not really an end time if everyone knows that it is an end time before it even begins.
 

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Someone has forgotten the Seven Years War, arguably the first true world war....
 

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Someone has forgotten the Seven Years War, arguably the first true world war....
Even I don't know what the Seven Year War was. Can you drop a hint? Is it to do with US independence?
Seven Years' War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Seven Years' War was fought between 1755 and 1764, the main conflict occurring in the seven-year period from 1756 to 1763. It involved every great power of the time except theOttoman Empire, and affected Europe, the Americas, West Africa, India, and the Philippines. Considered a prelude to World Wars and the greatest European war since the Thirty Years Warof the 17th century, it once again split Europe into two coalitions, led by Great Britain and France. For the first time, aiming to curtail Britain and Prussia's ever-growing might, France formed a grand coalition of its own, which ended with failure as Britain rose as the world's predominant power, altering the European balance of power.

Belligerents
 

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Someone has forgotten the Seven Years War, arguably the first true world war....
Even I don't know what the Seven Year War was. Can you drop a hint? Is it to do with US independence?
Seven Years' War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Seven Years' War was fought between 1755 and 1764, the main conflict occurring in the seven-year period from 1756 to 1763. It involved every great power of the time except theOttoman Empire, and affected Europe, the Americas, West Africa, India, and the Philippines. Considered a prelude to World Wars and the greatest European war since the Thirty Years Warof the 17th century, it once again split Europe into two coalitions, led by Great Britain and France. For the first time, aiming to curtail Britain and Prussia's ever-growing might, France formed a grand coalition of its own, which ended with failure as Britain rose as the world's predominant power, altering the European balance of power.

Belligerents
That's the one. Looks like a "world war" to me. ;)
 

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Someone has forgotten the Seven Years War, arguably the first true world war....
Even I don't know what the Seven Year War was. Can you drop a hint? Is it to do with US independence?
Seven Years' War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Seven Years' War was fought between 1755 and 1764, the main conflict occurring in the seven-year period from 1756 to 1763. It involved every great power of the time except theOttoman Empire, and affected Europe, the Americas, West Africa, India, and the Philippines. Considered a prelude to World Wars and the greatest European war since the Thirty Years Warof the 17th century, it once again split Europe into two coalitions, led by Great Britain and France. For the first time, aiming to curtail Britain and Prussia's ever-growing might, France formed a grand coalition of its own, which ended with failure as Britain rose as the world's predominant power, altering the European balance of power.

Belligerents
That's the one. Looks like a "world war" to me. ;)
not exactly genocide
 

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the illuminati shelling of Belgrade, 28 July 1914, the start of the real First World War.

Ahem, so the Austrians are the Illuminati?
 

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the illuminati shelling of Belgrade, 28 July 1914, the start of the real First World War.

Ahem, so the Austrians are the Illuminati?
duh
 

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the illuminati shelling of Belgrade, 28 July 1914, the start of the real First World War.

Ahem, so the Austrians are the Illuminati?
wow, you actually read that far?

good for you, you speak gibberise
 

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the illuminati shelling of Belgrade, 28 July 1914, the start of the real First World War.

Ahem, so the Austrians are the Illuminati?
wow, you actually read that far?

good for you, you speak gibberise
Being a graduate of Evelyn Wood speed reading course, I can say without a doubt that most humans speak gibberish..
 

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Someone has forgotten the Seven Years War, arguably the first true world war....
Even I don't know what the Seven Year War was. Can you drop a hint? Is it to do with US independence?
Seven Years' War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Seven Years' War was fought between 1755 and 1764, the main conflict occurring in the seven-year period from 1756 to 1763. It involved every great power of the time except theOttoman Empire, and affected Europe, the Americas, West Africa, India, and the Philippines. Considered a prelude to World Wars and the greatest European war since the Thirty Years Warof the 17th century, it once again split Europe into two coalitions, led by Great Britain and France. For the first time, aiming to curtail Britain and Prussia's ever-growing might, France formed a grand coalition of its own, which ended with failure as Britain rose as the world's predominant power, altering the European balance of power.

Belligerents
That's the one. Looks like a "world war" to me. ;)
not exactly genocide

As wars go, probably not. If you're into genocides in "recent times" look up the Tai-Ping rebellion in China
 

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