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WW I that began on July 28, 1914 Ended on November 11, 1918

Postby ብልሀት » Fri Nov 09, 2018 9:11 am

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1918 - lets say 80% of the earth under white control and 30% of the global population was white.

2018 - lets say 20% of the earth under white control and 10% of the global population is white.


Whites now think this event started their decline.

This day in history

28 June - Archduke Franz Ferdinand Assassinated

On this day in 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife Sophie are shot to death by a Bosnian Serb nationalist during an official visit to the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo. The killings sparked a chain of events that led to the outbreak of World War I by early August. On 28 June 1919, five years to the day after Franz Ferdinand's death, Germany and the Allied Powers signed the Treaty of Versailles, officially marking the end of World War I.

The archduke travelled to Sarajevo in June 1914 to inspect the imperial armed forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina, annexed by Austria-Hungary in 1908. The annexation had angered Serbian nationalists, who believed the territories should be part of Serbia. A group of young nationalists hatched a plot to kill the archduke during his visit to Sarajevo, and after some missteps, 19-year-old Gavrilo Princip was able to shoot the royal couple at point-blank range, while they travelled in their official procession, killing both almost instantly.

The assassination set off a rapid chain of events, as Austria-Hungary immediately blamed the Serbian government for the attack. As large and powerful Russia supported Serbia, Austria asked for assurances that Germany would step in on its side against Russia and its allies, including France and possibly Great Britain. On 28 July, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, and the fragile peace between Europe's great powers collapsed, beginning the devastating conflict now known as the Great War.

After more than four years of bloodshed, World War I ended on 11 November 1918, after Germany, the last of the Central Powers, surrendered to the Allies. At the peace conference in Paris in 1919, Allied leaders would state their desire to build a post-war world that was safe from future wars of such enormous scale. The Versailles Treaty, signed on 28 June 1919, tragically failed to achieve this objective. U.S. President Woodrow Wilson's grand dreams of an international peace-keeping organisation faltered when put into practice as the League of Nations. Even worse, the harsh terms imposed on Germany, the war's biggest loser, led to widespread resentment of the treaty and its authors in that country - a resentment that would culminate in the outbreak of World War II decades later.

http://www.history.co.uk/this-day-in-history/June-28
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Re: WW I that began on July 28, 1914 Ended on November 11, 1

Postby ብልሀት » Fri Nov 09, 2018 9:23 am

In the initial phase WW I led to the collapse of 4 empires (Austria-Hungary, German, Russian and Ottoman), later starting in the 1940s the British, French, Portuguese, Holland, Italian, etc empires collapsed. So many empires !

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1918 - lets say 80% of the earth under white control and 30% of the global population was white.

2018 - lets say 20% of the earth under white control and 10% of the global population is white.


Whites now think this event started their decline.

This day in history

28 June - Archduke Franz Ferdinand Assassinated

On this day in 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife Sophie are shot to death by a Bosnian Serb nationalist during an official visit to the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo. The killings sparked a chain of events that led to the outbreak of World War I by early August. On 28 June 1919, five years to the day after Franz Ferdinand's death, Germany and the Allied Powers signed the Treaty of Versailles, officially marking the end of World War I.

The archduke travelled to Sarajevo in June 1914 to inspect the imperial armed forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina, annexed by Austria-Hungary in 1908. The annexation had angered Serbian nationalists, who believed the territories should be part of Serbia. A group of young nationalists hatched a plot to kill the archduke during his visit to Sarajevo, and after some missteps, 19-year-old Gavrilo Princip was able to shoot the royal couple at point-blank range, while they travelled in their official procession, killing both almost instantly.

The assassination set off a rapid chain of events, as Austria-Hungary immediately blamed the Serbian government for the attack. As large and powerful Russia supported Serbia, Austria asked for assurances that Germany would step in on its side against Russia and its allies, including France and possibly Great Britain. On 28 July, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, and the fragile peace between Europe's great powers collapsed, beginning the devastating conflict now known as the Great War.

After more than four years of bloodshed, World War I ended on 11 November 1918, after Germany, the last of the Central Powers, surrendered to the Allies. At the peace conference in Paris in 1919, Allied leaders would state their desire to build a post-war world that was safe from future wars of such enormous scale. The Versailles Treaty, signed on 28 June 1919, tragically failed to achieve this objective. U.S. President Woodrow Wilson's grand dreams of an international peace-keeping organisation faltered when put into practice as the League of Nations. Even worse, the harsh terms imposed on Germany, the war's biggest loser, led to widespread resentment of the treaty and its authors in that country - a resentment that would culminate in the outbreak of World War II decades later.

http://www.history.co.uk/this-day-in-history/June-28
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Re: WW I that began on July 28, 1914 Ended on November 11, 1

Postby ብልሀት » Fri Nov 09, 2018 2:40 pm

Colonial greed was sure a key factor for this European disaster.

Africans and Asians should learn from the Europeans' mistake.

Present developments are so fantastic for Africa.

Ethiopia and HOA Now Lie at the Center of the World !

To be more precise, thanks to the shift of the global economic center of gravity to South East, the region between the HOA and India could now be viewed as the center of the world.
About 90% of the global population is located within a radius of few thousand kilometers from that center (watch map below).

What a development, the era of the West is ending now, an era that lasted 500 years !

Among the biggest blow against Western power and influence was the demise of the Euro-centric worldview, the West's most potent weapon, even more potent than the control of money and the global financial system and the USA world order comprised of UNO, IMF, World Bank and WTO.

To give you an idea about the Euro-centric worldview, according to it the Ancient Egyptians were non-African or non-black. Also, the Euro-centric worldview paints Europeans and people of European descent as explorers, inventors, humanitarians, healers etc, while a rival worldview, the Afro-centric worldview, paints them as parasites, deceivers, oppressors, robbers, killers, etc.

The decline of the West means, European languages and culture are now going extinct in Africa and elsewhere. In terms of culture we could soon have a situation in the world that we had 500 years ago before European colonialism. A kind of contraction of European influence after a 500 years period of expansion.

The decline of the West means also that, in the meantime, no one is trading with it anymore. And growing nationalism in the non-white world is now leading to the dumping of all things European, like currencies, ideologies (Euro-centrism is on the retreat), languages and culture.

Well, the decline of the West means of course an opportunity for other powers such as Africa.

To be honest, the last 500 years it was never as easy as today to gain global power and influence, not even during the world wars, thanks to the weakness of the West.

So, this is a huge opportunity for Africa.

In Ethiopia and Africa we can start thinking about building an African empire, which could have a common language such as Swahili, common religions such as EOTC and Islam, a common alphabet such as Geez, also own cuisine like the Ethiopian one, a common arms industry such as one led by South Africa etc.

That would make the continent strong in a short period of time.

As we know we already have continental players like Dangote and Ethiopian Airlines, which could serve as empire builders.

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Africa and Asia should now prepare themselves to take over the world.

Africa should exploit the opportunities we have these days and build an empire.

Very encouraging developments indeed.

Following the collapse of the short-lived USA empire a number of countries and groups of countries are right now positioning themselves for global cultural domination.

Africa, China and India are among them, and the three are also the ones with the best chances to culturally dominate the world.

Whites of course want blacks to support their imperial ambitions, but if blacks could gain power and influence for themselves globally why support whites' ambitions ?

Countries and groups of countries now positioning themselves for global cultural domination watching the collapse of the USA empire:

1. Africa

2. China

3. India

4. Turkey

5. Arabs (via islam)

6. Europe

7. Russia

8. Brazil

9. Iran

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The top three on the list could arrange things and then they could succeed.

Interesting facts about the three:

They number about 3.9 billion or some 60% of the global population,
and their share is going to increase as India and Africa are growing above the global average.

The three could indeed become masters of the universe because, beside their huge size, they also have influence in other parts of the world,

1. Africa in Americas,

2. China in Asia and some places in Americas and

3. India in Africa, Asia and other places.

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Re: WW I that began on July 28, 1914 Ended on November 11, 1

Postby ምሰጢር » Sat Nov 10, 2018 10:07 am

Europe is gone.

It is no longer needed as supplier of industrial goods, arms, as investor, as tourist or as market. Interest in the continent is so low that people have stopped learning European languages.

Africans and Asians who now have the chance to rise to global powers should not repeat Europe's deadly mistakes.

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West's Operation via Engineered Crises SPECTACULAR FAILURE

Europe's and the West's Operation to Win Africa as Friend Using Engineered Humanitarian Crises was A SPECTACULAR FAILURE !

The refugee crisis was one such engineered crisis. And this operation was going since 2011. The aim was to get China out of Africa and restore European and western influence on the continent.

That operation is now a spectacular failure. The Africans don't seem to trust Europe or the West and Chinese influence on the continent is growing, so much that now Europe and the West don't even have the military option.

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1918 - lets say 80% of the earth under white control and 30% of the global population was white.

2018 - lets say 20% of the earth under white control and 10% of the global population is white.


Whites now think this event started their decline.

This day in history

28 June - Archduke Franz Ferdinand Assassinated

On this day in 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife Sophie are shot to death by a Bosnian Serb nationalist during an official visit to the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo. The killings sparked a chain of events that led to the outbreak of World War I by early August. On 28 June 1919, five years to the day after Franz Ferdinand's death, Germany and the Allied Powers signed the Treaty of Versailles, officially marking the end of World War I.

The archduke travelled to Sarajevo in June 1914 to inspect the imperial armed forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina, annexed by Austria-Hungary in 1908. The annexation had angered Serbian nationalists, who believed the territories should be part of Serbia. A group of young nationalists hatched a plot to kill the archduke during his visit to Sarajevo, and after some missteps, 19-year-old Gavrilo Princip was able to shoot the royal couple at point-blank range, while they travelled in their official procession, killing both almost instantly.

The assassination set off a rapid chain of events, as Austria-Hungary immediately blamed the Serbian government for the attack. As large and powerful Russia supported Serbia, Austria asked for assurances that Germany would step in on its side against Russia and its allies, including France and possibly Great Britain. On 28 July, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, and the fragile peace between Europe's great powers collapsed, beginning the devastating conflict now known as the Great War.

After more than four years of bloodshed, World War I ended on 11 November 1918, after Germany, the last of the Central Powers, surrendered to the Allies. At the peace conference in Paris in 1919, Allied leaders would state their desire to build a post-war world that was safe from future wars of such enormous scale. The Versailles Treaty, signed on 28 June 1919, tragically failed to achieve this objective. U.S. President Woodrow Wilson's grand dreams of an international peace-keeping organisation faltered when put into practice as the League of Nations. Even worse, the harsh terms imposed on Germany, the war's biggest loser, led to widespread resentment of the treaty and its authors in that country - a resentment that would culminate in the outbreak of World War II decades later.

http://www.history.co.uk/this-day-in-history/June-28
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Re: WW I that began on July 28, 1914 Ended on November 11, 1

Postby ምሰጢር » Sat Nov 10, 2018 10:21 am

Are you guys aware that Ethiopia was asked to enter in this war on the side of the Turks (that means also on the side of those allied with the Turks) ?
But that was frustrated by the Church and others. In retrospect that was a wise decision.

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1918 - lets say 80% of the earth under white control and 30% of the global population was white.

2018 - lets say 20% of the earth under white control and 10% of the global population is white.


Whites now think this event started their decline.

This day in history

28 June - Archduke Franz Ferdinand Assassinated

On this day in 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife Sophie are shot to death by a Bosnian Serb nationalist during an official visit to the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo. The killings sparked a chain of events that led to the outbreak of World War I by early August. On 28 June 1919, five years to the day after Franz Ferdinand's death, Germany and the Allied Powers signed the Treaty of Versailles, officially marking the end of World War I.

The archduke travelled to Sarajevo in June 1914 to inspect the imperial armed forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina, annexed by Austria-Hungary in 1908. The annexation had angered Serbian nationalists, who believed the territories should be part of Serbia. A group of young nationalists hatched a plot to kill the archduke during his visit to Sarajevo, and after some missteps, 19-year-old Gavrilo Princip was able to shoot the royal couple at point-blank range, while they travelled in their official procession, killing both almost instantly.

The assassination set off a rapid chain of events, as Austria-Hungary immediately blamed the Serbian government for the attack. As large and powerful Russia supported Serbia, Austria asked for assurances that Germany would step in on its side against Russia and its allies, including France and possibly Great Britain. On 28 July, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, and the fragile peace between Europe's great powers collapsed, beginning the devastating conflict now known as the Great War.

After more than four years of bloodshed, World War I ended on 11 November 1918, after Germany, the last of the Central Powers, surrendered to the Allies. At the peace conference in Paris in 1919, Allied leaders would state their desire to build a post-war world that was safe from future wars of such enormous scale. The Versailles Treaty, signed on 28 June 1919, tragically failed to achieve this objective. U.S. President Woodrow Wilson's grand dreams of an international peace-keeping organisation faltered when put into practice as the League of Nations. Even worse, the harsh terms imposed on Germany, the war's biggest loser, led to widespread resentment of the treaty and its authors in that country - a resentment that would culminate in the outbreak of World War II decades later.

http://www.history.co.uk/this-day-in-history/June-28
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Re: WW I that began on July 28, 1914 Ended on November 11, 1

Postby ብልሀት » Tue Nov 13, 2018 6:17 pm

That would have been a disaster.

Ethiopia was asked sure to take the British, French, Belgian and other territories in Africa, in cooperation with Turkey and the other allies. But in case of a success those countries would have betrayed Ethiopia, in case of a failure the opposite side (Britain, France, etc) would have destroyed Ethiopia.

ምሰጢር wrote:Are you guys aware that Ethiopia was asked to enter in this war on the side of the Turks (that means also on the side of those allied with the Turks) ?
But that was frustrated by the Church and others. In retrospect that was a wise decision.

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1918 - lets say 80% of the earth under white control and 30% of the global population was white.

2018 - lets say 20% of the earth under white control and 10% of the global population is white.


Whites now think this event started their decline.

This day in history

28 June - Archduke Franz Ferdinand Assassinated

On this day in 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife Sophie are shot to death by a Bosnian Serb nationalist during an official visit to the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo. The killings sparked a chain of events that led to the outbreak of World War I by early August. On 28 June 1919, five years to the day after Franz Ferdinand's death, Germany and the Allied Powers signed the Treaty of Versailles, officially marking the end of World War I.

The archduke travelled to Sarajevo in June 1914 to inspect the imperial armed forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina, annexed by Austria-Hungary in 1908. The annexation had angered Serbian nationalists, who believed the territories should be part of Serbia. A group of young nationalists hatched a plot to kill the archduke during his visit to Sarajevo, and after some missteps, 19-year-old Gavrilo Princip was able to shoot the royal couple at point-blank range, while they travelled in their official procession, killing both almost instantly.

The assassination set off a rapid chain of events, as Austria-Hungary immediately blamed the Serbian government for the attack. As large and powerful Russia supported Serbia, Austria asked for assurances that Germany would step in on its side against Russia and its allies, including France and possibly Great Britain. On 28 July, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, and the fragile peace between Europe's great powers collapsed, beginning the devastating conflict now known as the Great War.

After more than four years of bloodshed, World War I ended on 11 November 1918, after Germany, the last of the Central Powers, surrendered to the Allies. At the peace conference in Paris in 1919, Allied leaders would state their desire to build a post-war world that was safe from future wars of such enormous scale. The Versailles Treaty, signed on 28 June 1919, tragically failed to achieve this objective. U.S. President Woodrow Wilson's grand dreams of an international peace-keeping organisation faltered when put into practice as the League of Nations. Even worse, the harsh terms imposed on Germany, the war's biggest loser, led to widespread resentment of the treaty and its authors in that country - a resentment that would culminate in the outbreak of World War II decades later.

http://www.history.co.uk/this-day-in-history/June-28
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Re: WW I that began on July 28, 1914 Ended on November 11, 1

Postby ምሰጢር » Fri Jun 28, 2019 9:59 pm

The "Great War" ended today a 100 years ago, in retrospect that was the beginning of the end of white power. The developments that followed were devastating, first the collapse of four empires, then later additional half a dozen empires, also the rise of Hitler.

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1918 - lets say 80% of the earth under white control and 30% of the global population was white.

2018 - lets say 20% of the earth under white control and 10% of the global population is white.


Whites now think this event started their decline.

This day in history

28 June - Archduke Franz Ferdinand Assassinated

On this day in 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife Sophie are shot to death by a Bosnian Serb nationalist during an official visit to the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo. The killings sparked a chain of events that led to the outbreak of World War I by early August. On 28 June 1919, five years to the day after Franz Ferdinand's death, Germany and the Allied Powers signed the Treaty of Versailles, officially marking the end of World War I.

The archduke travelled to Sarajevo in June 1914 to inspect the imperial armed forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina, annexed by Austria-Hungary in 1908. The annexation had angered Serbian nationalists, who believed the territories should be part of Serbia. A group of young nationalists hatched a plot to kill the archduke during his visit to Sarajevo, and after some missteps, 19-year-old Gavrilo Princip was able to shoot the royal couple at point-blank range, while they travelled in their official procession, killing both almost instantly.

The assassination set off a rapid chain of events, as Austria-Hungary immediately blamed the Serbian government for the attack. As large and powerful Russia supported Serbia, Austria asked for assurances that Germany would step in on its side against Russia and its allies, including France and possibly Great Britain. On 28 July, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, and the fragile peace between Europe's great powers collapsed, beginning the devastating conflict now known as the Great War.

After more than four years of bloodshed, World War I ended on 11 November 1918, after Germany, the last of the Central Powers, surrendered to the Allies. At the peace conference in Paris in 1919, Allied leaders would state their desire to build a post-war world that was safe from future wars of such enormous scale. The Versailles Treaty, signed on 28 June 1919, tragically failed to achieve this objective. U.S. President Woodrow Wilson's grand dreams of an international peace-keeping organisation faltered when put into practice as the League of Nations. Even worse, the harsh terms imposed on Germany, the war's biggest loser, led to widespread resentment of the treaty and its authors in that country - a resentment that would culminate in the outbreak of World War II decades later.

http://www.history.co.uk/this-day-in-history/June-28
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Re: WW I that began on July 28, 1914 Ended on November 11, 1

Postby ምሰጢር » Sat Feb 15, 2020 1:33 am

28. June 1914 was the worst day in European/white history.







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1918 - lets say 80% of the earth under white control and 30% of the global population was white.

2018 - lets say 20% of the earth under white control and 10% of the global population is white.


Whites now think this event started their decline.

This day in history

28 June - Archduke Franz Ferdinand Assassinated

On this day in 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife Sophie are shot to death by a Bosnian Serb nationalist during an official visit to the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo. The killings sparked a chain of events that led to the outbreak of World War I by early August. On 28 June 1919, five years to the day after Franz Ferdinand's death, Germany and the Allied Powers signed the Treaty of Versailles, officially marking the end of World War I.

The archduke travelled to Sarajevo in June 1914 to inspect the imperial armed forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina, annexed by Austria-Hungary in 1908. The annexation had angered Serbian nationalists, who believed the territories should be part of Serbia. A group of young nationalists hatched a plot to kill the archduke during his visit to Sarajevo, and after some missteps, 19-year-old Gavrilo Princip was able to shoot the royal couple at point-blank range, while they travelled in their official procession, killing both almost instantly.

The assassination set off a rapid chain of events, as Austria-Hungary immediately blamed the Serbian government for the attack. As large and powerful Russia supported Serbia, Austria asked for assurances that Germany would step in on its side against Russia and its allies, including France and possibly Great Britain. On 28 July, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, and the fragile peace between Europe's great powers collapsed, beginning the devastating conflict now known as the Great War.

After more than four years of bloodshed, World War I ended on 11 November 1918, after Germany, the last of the Central Powers, surrendered to the Allies. At the peace conference in Paris in 1919, Allied leaders would state their desire to build a post-war world that was safe from future wars of such enormous scale. The Versailles Treaty, signed on 28 June 1919, tragically failed to achieve this objective. U.S. President Woodrow Wilson's grand dreams of an international peace-keeping organisation faltered when put into practice as the League of Nations. Even worse, the harsh terms imposed on Germany, the war's biggest loser, led to widespread resentment of the treaty and its authors in that country - a resentment that would culminate in the outbreak of World War II decades later.

http://www.history.co.uk/this-day-in-history/June-28
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