“The MLKP reportedly want to form a leftist international brigade modeled after the international brigades that fought in the Spanish civil war.”
Today is International Woman’s Day that has its root in the Communist May Day celebration. For two years my reader has seen me delve into the symbolism of Pan’s Labyrinth. I have arrived at the center of maze. Yesterday I looked at the women fighters of the MLKP. This is a Marxist group that models itself the International Brigade that fought fascism in the Spanish Civil War. This is the Maquis who we see at the end of the movie who take the baby from fascist captain. The Maquis also fought against the Vichy government that was led by the kindred of my dear friend Virginia who is kin to French and Spanish royalty. I have connected her to the Labyrinth Prophecy. Virginia took the photo of me wearing the flag of the extent Soviet Union at a demonstration against the war in Iraq.
The Lincoln brigade fought against Franco. An author connects Lincoln to the Marxist Socialists who were the Forty-Eighters and the Turnverein who were Feminists. The Turnverein Jews founded the modern socialist state of Israel, and thus the evangelical Republican party can make no connection to Israel. My kindred, John Fremont, befriended the Forty-Eighters who founded the Republican Party. I connect these Forty-Eighters to the Inernational Brigade and MLKP. I have called for the re-founding of the Jessie Brigade as a secular group. I hereby connect the history of my family to the MLKP in regards to fighting ISIS and preventing them from destroying more works of art.
Because my family constitutes a artistic dynasty, I hereby re-found the Rougemont Knights Templars whose duty will be to prevent the destruction of the World’s Art, recover stolen art, and bring to justice looters of art. The Rougemont Templars will also guard the tomb of John the Baptist at the great Mosque in Damascus. These Templars have a choice to be secular, to become Nazarites, or be a part of the Rose of the World Prophecy as put forth by the Russian Seer. These Templars will not be Christians due to the tyranny of Saint Paul against ‘The Way’, and the evangelical heresy of John Darby. I bid these Templars to run as Republican and take back the party of the Forty-Eighters.
Also, I had a dream about the Nez Perce. I called and talked to a member of the Tribe about the women warriors of the YPG. Alcoholism is a big problem. I encourage members to take the Vow of the Nazarite and take part in the Rose of the World Revolution that is the new Ghost Dance. It is time for Native Americans to leave the reservations and take part in the Great Change.
Then there is my spiritual work with Meher Baba who was born in Iran. I have connected Baba and his father to the cosmology of the Kurds and the Magi.
It is time to end the schisms and pick our best from humanities garden in order that we can defeat true evil, for the betterment of all humankind.
Jon the Nazarite
The MLKP has send volunteers to Syria to fight with the YPG since 2002, and five of these fighters until now have been killed in the provinces of Hasakah and Kobani. The MLKP also joined PKK-units in Sinjar to fight against the IS militants.
“I used my art and politics to defend the Muslim community from attacks initiated by fascists of the Golden Dawn party, but I consider IS jihadists as 21st century fascists posing a greater global threat as they barbarically spread Islamo-fascism on an international level.”
It was radical socialist Jews, who belonged to sports clubs, that founded the state of Israel, and not Rabbis or a Messiah. The only person giving the title ‘Messiah’ was Harry Truman, a Democrat. The group that gets most of the credit is the Israelitische Turnverein, a group of Jewish gymnasts who were expelled from the Berlin Turnverien. My Stuttmeiser, Janke kinfolk were members of the Tunrverein, and were radical Forty-Eighters who are also give credit for the founding of Israel. These Forty-Eighters made up John Fremont’s and Jessie Benton’s bodyguard. The Freemasons are here. Other clubs that followed were named after “Bar Kochba” who was seen as a Messiah until he failed to drive the Romans out of Judea. His name was changed to “Simon bar Kozeba” (Hebrew: בר כוזיבא, “Son of lies” or “Son of deception”).
When you add it all up, for some strange reason my kindred are right there at the center of the Zionist controversy that has overcome the Republican Party, all but destroying it. The Zionist Evangelicals – disguised as Patriots – have brought our Democracy to a halt. In order to keep the focus on them, budgets are not going to be passed. Millions will be hurt financially. These religious fanatics use our Federal Taxes like a secular tithe in order to spread their propaganda that backs the Hawks of Israel. The only thing that keeps them hidden in the wings, is they have failed to capture the White House. When they do, the Capitol building that houses the Senate and Congress, will be turned into the Evangelical Vatican. They do these things because they know their cosmology is not tenable, is based on delusions and lies. They are Decietful Parasites looking for a legitimate host. This is why I registered as a Republican two years ago.
Get out of the Republican Party founded by my kindred. Form you own party.
Jon the Nazarite
In our book Lincoln’s Marxists Walter Kennedy and I deal with the Feminist Movement in this country, and in Europe, in Addendum 3, on page 307, in a section called Feminists and Forty Eighters, which was originally published in my quarterly newsletter The Copperhead Chronicle back in the fourth quarter of 2006. We observed: “Modern historians with what appears to be a selective historical bias seldom examine or mention the close connections between individuals with strong communist connections and other left of center personalities. For example the outright influence of communists in the Roosevelt administration was seldom brought to light until well after his death. Likewise, the connection between socialists and outright communists and the founding of the Republican Party, or the connection between the radical feminists and the Forty Eighters in Europe is seldom if ever reported.
The story takes place in Spain in May–June 1944, five years after the Spanish Civil War, during the early Francoist period. The narrative of the film intertwines this real world with a mythical world centered on an overgrown abandoned labyrinth and a mysterious faun creature, with which the main character, Ofelia, interacts. Ofelia’s stepfather, the Falangist Captain Vidal, hunts the Spanish Maquis who fight against the Francoist regime in the region, while Ofelia’s pregnant mother grows increasingly ill. Ofelia meets several strange and magical creatures who become central to her story, leading her through the trials of the old labyrinth garden.
The Spanish Maquis were Spanish guerrillas exiled in France after the Spanish Civil War who continued to fight against the Franco regime until the early 1960s, carrying out sabotage, robberies (to help fund guerrilla activity), occupations of the Spanish Embassy in France and assassinations of Francoists, as well as contributing to the fight against Nazi Germany and the Vichy regime in France during World War II.
The term “maqui” comes from the French term “maquis” (“a small mountain, covered with weeds”), which comes in turn from the Corsican term “macchia“, meaning “dense, deep forest” or “thick vegetation”. It was the expression used for privateers when, fleeing from the authorities, they would seek refuge in the mountains of Corsica.
In France, the term was first used to refer to a group of guerrillas of the French resistance against the German occupation of France during World War II. The resistance fighters in these encampments were referred to as “maquisards”.
The term became synonymous with the anti-Francisco Franco guerrillas in Spain. Many of the Spanish maquis also participated in the French resistance movement.
On October 11, 1940 the Vichy regime started the Companies of Foreign Workers (Compagnies de Travailleurs Etrangers, CTE), which permitted prisoners to leave the concentration camps, if they would go to work in factories. This increased the possibilities of escape. Shortly after the Vichy regime established the Obligatory Work Service (Service du Travail Obligatoire, STO) for French citizens, with similar objectives: to provide manual labor to armament factories and the construction of the Atlantic Wall.
Those French who were released through the STO began to escape to the mountains, where they came together with Spanish who escaped from the CTE. The French escapees were mainly civilians, rather than a remnant of the defeated French army. From this time, the French term “maquis” began to be used to refer to the camps, and “maquisards” for those that occupied them.
Foreign volunteers fighting the Islamic State (IS) are leaving the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) and joining other militia’s due to the group’s left-wing socialist ideology.
International Women’s Day (IWD), also called International Working Women’s Day, is celebrated on March 8 every year. In different regions the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation, and love towards women to a celebration for women’s economic, political, and social achievements. Started as a Socialist political event, the holiday blended the culture of many countries, primarily in Europe, especially those in the Soviet Bloc. In some regions, the day lost its political flavor, and became simply an occasion for people to express their love for women in a way somewhat similar to a mixture of Mother’s Day and Valentine’s Day. In other regions, however, the political and human rights theme designated by the United Nations runs strong, and political and social awareness of the struggles of women worldwide are brought out and examined in a hopeful manner. Some people celebrate the day by wearing purple ribbons.
According to foreign fighters quoted by AFP, an exodus is currently underway of US and other Western volunteers from the YPG due their left-wing stance, with one US army veteran — referred to as “Scott” — claiming he decided not to join after finding out they were a “bunch of damn Reds.”
Another British volunteer named Alan Duncan also said he had left the YPG, who are based in the Syrian Kurdistan region also known as Rojava, because of their leftist views and said he knew a number of other people were planning to leave soon for the same reason.
Many have instead chosen to join Dwekh Nawsha, a Christian militia in northern Iraq whose ideology chimes more with western Christian volunteers than the intensely secular YPG.
One Christian American volunteer, who called himself Brett, told Reuters that he had joined Dwekh Nawsha (which translates as “Self-sacrifice) in Iraq’s Ninevah province where Christian villages still held out against IS.
“Here I’m fighting for a people and for a faith, and the enemy is much bigger and more brutal,” the army veteran said, comparing it to his time with the US military in Iraq in 2006.
“These are some of the only towns in Nineveh where church bells ring. In every other town the bells have gone silent, and that’s unacceptable.”
He added that he was not afraid to die for his faith.
“Everyone dies,” he said, “One of my favourite verses in the Bible says: be faithful unto death, and I shall give you the crown of life.”
Although the fight against IS in the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobane galvanised many right-wingers in the West, the YPG’s “democratic confederalism”, which espouses a libertarian socialist ideology derived from the writings of the US anarchist Murray Bookchin, has proved controversial.
The YPG are also closely linked to the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in Turkey, a formerly Marxist-Leninist group who have waged a brutal guerrilla war with the Turkish state costing over 40,000 lives. The group has been banned as a terrorist group in the EU since 2002.
IS supporters themselves have often denounced the YPG and PKK as “commies” and “atheists” on social media.
Other volunteers and supporters of the YPG have, however, remained with the group precisely because of the politics they espouse.
“I come from a political family and I am a democratic socialist,” Greek volunteer Kristopher Nicholaidis told the YourMiddleEast website.
“I used my art and politics to defend the Muslim community from attacks initiated by fascists of the Golden Dawn party, but I consider IS jihadists as 21st century fascists posing a greater global threat as they barbarically spread Islamo-fascism on an international level.
“I believe that the YPG is therefore leading the greatest anti-fascist struggle of our time by fighting against IS jihadists,” he added. “I joined this struggle to fight against global fascism in defence of democracy and peace in Kurdish Rojava.”
Though ideological reasons have been cited for the desertion, others have suggested that the intensity of the fighting in Rojava — particularly in Kobane — was a more plausible explanation.
“Most of the Internet cowboys have come to realise this isn’t a normal deployment,” volunteer Jordan Matson told AFP. “So they lose the stomach to come or stay.”
Though Matson (who has “Christ is Lord” inscribed on his vest) has become something of a poster-boy for the American Christian right, he has so far expressed no interest in leaving the YPG for a Christian militia.
Speaking on Fox News’ Hannity Show, he claimed the Syrian Kurds were “extremely pro-Western, pro-American” and decried the lack of support they were getting from the US.
On his Facebook page he asked that volunteers interested in joining the fight contact the “Lions of Rojava” FB group, referring to the banner under which he and other western volunteers fight.
“If you would like to take up the fight against ISIS with the YPG then like the page and send them a private message inquiring about joining,” he wrote.
“Please be pacient (sic) as they receive many mails and bump your message if it takes a while for a response.”
Though numerous countries have passed laws to prevent their citizens travelling to fight with IS in Syria and Iraq, the same scrutiny has not been applied to volunteers in other militias.
The UK Home Office, in particular, has specified that there would be different approaches to dealing with volunteers for non-IS groups.
“UK law makes provisions to deal with different conflicts in different ways — fighting in a foreign war is not automatically an offence but will depend on the nature of the conflict and the individual’s own activities,” it said.
MLKP was formed in September 1994, through the unification of Communist Party of Turkey/Marxist-Leninist – Hareketi (TKP/ML-Hareketi) and Communist Workers Movement of Turkey (TKİH). TKP/ML-Hareketi was the larger of the two. Both groups came from the pro-Albanian camp. The unity process of negotiations between the groups had started in 1989. Initially MLKP called itself ‘MLKP-Kuruluş’ (MLKP-Foundation).
Later the same year a split occurred, and the Communist Party – Build-up Organization (KP-İÖ) was formed.
The MKLP has reportedly been sending volunteers to Syria to fight in the People’s Protection Units of Rojava (Syrian Kurdistan) since 2012. At least four of these fighters have been killed in battle as of February 2015—one during the Battle of Ras al-Ayn, and three during the Siege of Kobanî. The MLKP has also declared its intention to form a leftist international brigade within the YPG, modelled after the famous International Brigades who fought on the side of the Second Spanish Republic in the Spanish Civil War. The party released a video in late January 2015 purporting to show several Spanish- and German-speaking communist volunteers from Europe among its ranks in Jazira Canton. MLKP fighters have also joined Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) formations fighting in northern Iraq in defence of the Yezidi minority of Sinjar, who have been subjected to persecution and genocide at the hands of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
The youth wing of MLKP is called the Communist Youth Organization (Komünist Gençlik Örgütü in Turkish, abbreviated as KGÖ).
MLKP maintains an armed wing named Armed Forces of the Poor and the Oppressed (Fakirlerin ve Ezilenlerin Silahlı Kuvvetleri in Turkish, abbreviated as FESK). The group had international exposure at the Hilton Istanbul Bosphorus bombing prior to 2004 Istanbul summit where four people were killed.
The organisation has had three periodicals: Atılım (The Leap) (or Yeni Atılım (The New Leap)), a daily news bulletin, Partinin Sesi (The Voice of the Party), an institutional publication and Teoride Doğrultu (The Direction in Theory), a theoretical-political journal). The 26th and last issue of Teoride Doğrultu was published in 2006.
Designation as a Terrorist Organisation
The organisation is listed among the 12 active terrorist organisation in Turkey as of 2007 according to Counter-Terrorism and Operations Department of Directorate General for Security (Turkish police).
A study carried out by the Counter-Terrorism and Operations Department of Directorate General for Security over a sample of files about people convicted of being a terrorist under Turkish laws including 826 militants from the organisation and the three other currently active left-wing organisations (see reference 1) 65% of the members are aged 14 to 25, 16.8% 25 to 30 and 17.5% are older than 30. University graduates make up 20.4% of the members, high school graduates 33.5%, secondary school graduates 14%, primary school graduates 29.9% and illiterates 1.9% (while they have no sampled literate non-graduate members).
To follow the call of our Party, the first revolutionaries arrived in Rojava and start to build a international battalion.
They say the following thinks about there motivation to participate in the revolution:
Martos: “The Rojava Revolution is a war against fascist forces, the IS gangs. This is the reason why we are here. This revolution is also an example for the revolutions all over the world. We’re here to spread the revolution.”
Thälmann Demircioğlu: “The imperialists claim that there are neither revolution nor class struggle in the 21th century. But here in Rojava there is an actual revolution. For this reason all communists and internationalists should come here to defend the revolution with weapons in their hands. The experiences gathered here have to be carried back to the countries to start the revolution their as well.”
Deniz Özgür: “The presence of comrades from different countries shows that we can defend the revolution in any language. First we expected to face communication problems. But we know each other very well, as it is described in the ‘No Pasaran’ march, which tells of the international battalions in the Spanish Civil War. We also know each other that well because we share the same thoughts regarding the future. The language of revolution and war unifies us and makes us understand each other.”
Arya Yeter: „Women write history here, they show their longing for change and struggle in a very strong way. This revolutions has shown us one more time that it’s most important for women to defend the revolution. The strangulation of this revolution and the occupation of this land means also the occupation of the women’s body. Therefore, my call is primarily upon humaneness, upon youth and most important upon young women. This is our revolution. We are its subjects. This requires our participation in the revolution.”
Karl Marx and Abraham Lincoln exchanged letters at the end of the Civil War. Although they were divided by far more than the Atlantic Ocean, they agreed on the cause of “free labor” and the urgent need to end slavery. In his introduction, Robin Blackburn argues that Lincoln’s response signaled the importance of the German American community and the role of the international communists in opposing European recognition of the Confederacy.
Ivana Hoffman, a African-German member of Marxist-Leninist Communist Party (MLKP), was killed in fighting against the Islamic state militants in Tel Tamr on 7 March, the MLKP has announced.
Hoffman who was nicknamed Avaşin Tekoşin Güneş was involved in clashes between the IS and the Kurds over Assyrian villages in Tel Tamr, which erupted after the People’s Defence Units (YPG) attacked Tel Hamis and Tel Brak and removed the IS from there.
Hoffman was born in Germany on September 1, 1995, and fought for six months in the Hasakah province against the Islamist state terrorist militia. Her dream was to fight after the war in Syria, in Turkey and the Kurdish dominated southeast of Turkey. “Comrade Avaşin Tekoşin Güneş is immortal,” the MLKP said in a statement.
The MLKP is a communist party from Turkey, which enjoys good ties to the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK).
The MLKP has send volunteers to Syria to fight with the YPG since 2002, and five of these fighters until now have been killed in the provinces of Hasakah and Kobani. The MLKP also joined PKK-units in Sinjar to fight against the IS militants.
The MLKP reportedly want to form a leftist international brigade modeled after the international brigades that fought in the Spanish civil war.
It is my goal to establish a Guild that will take back our money via a Creative Information Guild, and recycle it – from the ground up here in America. I will paint a rainbow with our pot of gold at the end of it. Many authors and charlatans claim the Knights Templars were bankers who fled to Switzerland. They claim Jesus was imparting a secret Gnostic teaching to his disciples. This is not true. When you keep secrets up in your ivory tower, and put pawns around it to guard the lie, you serve only yourself.
The Jessie Scout was a Federal soldier, dressed and armed a la Rebel. He was named after Mrs. Jessie Fremont, wife of the General of that name, who first suggested that mode of obtaining information.?“When a Rebel was captured, his furlough or pass was taken from him, and also his outer garments. A soldier was then found, who resembled him in size, age, and general appearance. The Rebel’s uniform, from hat to boots, was put upon this man, who assumed the name of the prisoner, and the Federal left the camp, a soldier of the Confederacy…. These Jessie Scouts generally preceded the advance of the army, and they frequently picked up a great many prisoners, without creating any alarm. I made the acquaintance of many of them, and found them bold, dashing, reckless, good fellows. I met Major Young, Sheridan’s chief of scouts, and found him eminently fitted for outpost duty and border warfare.”-John Opie, 1899
Andreev’s interpretation of the Rose of the World as the “interreligion of the future,” uniting all existing churches as “petals,” has both mystical and eschatological dimensions. On the one hand, the Rose of the World is based on long-standing traditions of European and Russian mysticism, especially the so-called “sophiology,” treating the “eternal feminine” as the Wisdom of God and the soul of the universe; this mystical aspect forms the focus of our article. On the other hand, in Andreev’s description, the rule of the Rose of the World, as the State of universal theocracy, ends with the accession of the Antichrist, who makes use of the “interreligious” doctrines, including the worship of the “eternal feminine,” for the perpetuation of his own power and for the elimination of the Rose of the World itself; this eschatological aspect is analyzed in the last section of this article.
Fifth, Russian mysticism has always been closely connected with the specificity of Russian history, yet also has striven to overcome history and thus has followed apocalyptic patterns. Russia can fulfill its historical destination only by being the first post-historical nation which is fated to experience all the suffering and illuminations imposed on the world by the struggle of Christ and the Antichrist on the Last Day.
Last but not least, Russian mysticism has included worship of the feminine spiritual essence of the universe and even the feminine hypostasis of the Divine Wholeness, Sophia, in such terms as “the Eternal Feminine” (Vechnaia Zhenstvennost’ ), ” The Soul of the World” (Dusha Mira) , and ” The Companion of the Lord” (Podruga Boga).
I realize my dream I posted on last, may have been about Baphomet, the silver head allegedly worshipped by the Knight Templars who were allegedly Johannites, they believing John the Baptist was the true messiah. I have wondered if Salome asked that John’s head (skull) be silver-plated, rather then be put in a silver plate.
With the discovery of the Rougemont Templars, I and my family are at the bullseye of all these Templar controversies. I am the target of pretenders and usurpers.
Above is a illustration of a drunk’s progress employed by the Good Templars who spread Abstinence all over the world. Am I being called to restart this order due to the alcoholism that all but destroyed my family? I have refounded the original Nazarite Church of God and bid folks to take the Nazarite Vow. This is more then a historic and religious excercise.
War of the Jews (2:254–7), mentions the apparition of the Sicarii as a new phenomenon during the procuratorships of Felix (52–60 CE), having no apparent relation with the group called Sicarii by Romans at times of Quirinius.
On this day, October 24, 2014, I hereby declare all persons held in slavery in the Levant, free peoples! In the name of my illustrious ancestor, John Fremont, I declare war on all those who take slaves in the Levant. For the reason brave Kurdish Freedom Fighters are waging war against the slave masters known as ISIS, I declare they own a special citizenship that Americans in the North enjoyed, when they fought the traitors of the Confederacy for the freedom of the enslaved. I give all Kurdish fighters permission to use John Fremont’s flag when they go into battle.
It was John Fremont, with the help his wife, Jessie Benton, who authored the first emancipation of slaves in America, thus, forcing the hand of Abraham Lincoln. Fremont was a co-founder of the Republican Party, who along with many foreigners known as Forty-Eighters, took up the cause that America should be an Abolitionist Nation. Fremont was the first Presidential Candidate for the party that would echo the ancient cry of Moses;
“Let my people go!
For the reason the roots of the Kurdish People can be traced to royal house of Queen Helena of Adiabene, who gifted the Temple at Jerusalem a golden Menorah – the very symbol of the Abolitionist God of the Jews that was taken into captivity by the Roman slave masters – as a fellow Nazarite, I declare the Kurdish People, Children of the New Covenant, that is the root of Judeo-Christianity, as well as Islam.
For the reason the Kurdish People have stood up to the slave masters of ISIS, may they soon enjoy what God gave His Chosen Children when they came out of Egypt, a New and United Land, modeled after the America Democracy that came to be, when the Union was victorious over the Confederacy.
May the bells of freedom ring out all over the world!
Jon the Nazarite
The Kurdish people have much in common with the Abolitionists in the North who fought bloody battles against the Confederacy who pointed to scripture to justify slavery, and the wholesale kidnapping of Africans from their homeland. The Republican party was founded as a Abolitionist party, but that got reversed in the coming years. ISIS resembles the Confederacy who seceded from the Union employing force. They made their own nation in this nation. This divide still exists.
In the 1860s, Southern preachers defending slavery also took the Bible literally. They asked who could question the Word of God when it said, “slaves, obey your earthly masters with fear and trembling” (Ephesians 6:5), or “tell slaves to be submissive to their masters and to give satisfaction in every respect” (Titus 2:9). Christians who wanted to preserve slavery had the words of the Bible to back them up.
The preachers of the North had to be more creative, but they, too, argued God was on their side. Some emphasized that the Union had to be preserved so that the advance of liberty around the world would not be slowed or even stopped. One Boston preacher, Gilbert Haven, sermonized, ” If America is lost, the world is lost.”