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030_369 Transformation — the second regularity

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Standard thinking is the basis for the non-standard, as if making space and time for it. But if the standard thinking is already solved mental process, the non-standard one is the decision based on more or less known reference data; then, what is sudden understanding, insight? Is it creativity? Sudden understanding and insight still presuppose knowledge, perhaps, not always conscious.

The collapse of the thinking foundation means that Man is locked in the closet of everyday realities. This can be compared to the Newton physics. It's perfect for the pressing matters. The calculations that build bridges, create cars, and sew boots are all based on the Newton mechanics. But this mechanic, by its nature, does not allow you to go up or down to another level. It puts the limit to knowledge.

If it were not for quantum physics, which showed that the mechanistic causal relationship so commonplace is not a holy truth, that events may NOT HAVE a reason in our understanding, as it can be seen in the quantum world, we would NEVER HAVE GONE BEYOND everyday realities with the Newton physics; we would never have descended below an atom into the microcosm, and would never have risen above the Newton celestial mechanics, into the macrocosm; would not have known that matter is not at all what our senses say. We would not have asked the question: what is the world? And so we would have had "everything clear." Our truth would have been everyday realities.


When looking at the subject on the appropriate scale, the everyday realities turn out to be the main obstacle to the truth. It gives rise to dogmas that do not allow asking questions. When there is a question, there is a chance to find an answer. When there is no question, there is no chance to find an answer either. If Man had no questions, he would have remained AT THE LEVEL OF AN ANIMAL (it has no questions). By asking big questions Man is Human, but not a clever animal. The questions encourage him to look for answers. That is the development driving force.

2When the United Europe attacked Russia, the Germans were the main striking force. But why, if it were the Germans who ruled and led Russia in all spheres of life?! It is recognized that even in ancient Europe Germany took a special place: the conquest of Italy by Otto I, who laid the foundation for the Empire, the leading role of the Germans in organizing its IMPERIAL LIFE. It is believed that the German tribes significantly influenced the French, English, North European and East Slavic way of life. The tradition of supremacy in Europe has NEVER DISAPPEARED from German ideology. It's exactly like that. But it is absolutely incomprehensible why, when the political dissatisfaction with Russia on the part of the United Europe reaches the “boiling point”, then the Germany, GERMANS BECOME the main armed force for the “correction” of Russia? First, the United Catholic Europe entrusted the Teutonic Order and the allies in forcing Russia to accept its ideology. Then the Germans, as part of the United Army, invaded Russia in order to impose the "Napoleon Code" instead of Christianity. In the third round, the National Socialist Germany, at the head of the army of the united Europe, tried to impose on the USSR the "25 points" of Hitler's ideology. The hostility of Germany to Russia is incomprehensible, because Russia was already under the German control at that moment. It is known that the Romanov dynasty ended with Peter the Great (it occupied the Russian throne in 1613–1725). With Peter III1 (who ascended the throne in 1761), the Romanov dynasty should be considered the GERMAN DYNASTY of Holstein-Gottorp (Holstein-Gottorf), in Russian historiography they are sometimes called Holsteiners. The last Russian emperor had 1/128 of Russian blood. The main support of the dynasty was the Ostsee Germans (Ostsee nobles) - the descendants of the knights of the Teutonic Order, who moved in the XIII-XIV centuries to the territory of modern Latvia and Estonia to spread Christianity among the ancestors of modern Latvians and Estonians. Up until the October Revolution of 1917, the Ostsees held important, often key positions in the Russian civil service.


In total, at the turn of the 19th-20th centuries, about 35,000 Germans were in the civil and military service in Russia. During the 19th and early 20th centuries, the OSTSEAN GERMANS THREE TIMES held the post of Prime Minister; four times the Minister of Finance, seven times the Minister of Railways, etc. Russia owes a lot to the Germans who served her in all her structures. In total, in the history of Russia there were about 300 military and civil governors, vice- and general-governors and governors of German origin, NOT COUNTING the governors of the pre-Peter’s period. Before the Russo-Japanese War, the share of generals of German origin in the generals of the Russian Army was 21.6%. On April 15, 1914, among 169 "full generals" there were 48 Germans (28.4%), among 371 lieutenant generals there were 73 Germans (19.7%), among 1,034 major generals there were 196 Germans (19%) . Of the 985 officers of the General Staff Corps, 169 people (17.1%) were Germans. Among the 67 chiefs of infantry, grenadier and rifle divisions there were 13 Germans; in the cavalry there were 6 out of 16. Among the regimental commanders: in the infantry and rifle units there were 39 out of 326; in the cavalry there were 12 out of 57. In the Russian Imperial Guard, among the three heads of infantry divisions, there was one German; in the cavalry there was 1; in artillery there were 3 out of 4 brigade commanders. Among the regimental commanders there were 6 out of 16 infantry; 3 out of 12 cavalry; 6 out of 29 battery commanders. Of the 230 captains of the guard, potential colonels, there were 50 Germans (21.7%). In the Life Guards Cavalry Regiment, mainly Baltic (Ostsee) Germans were recruited. The officer corps of the Izmailovsky regiment consisted of 65% Germans and Swedes. The German military actively participated in the Civil War - General N. E. Bredov, Baron R. F. Ungern von Sternberg, Baron A. Budberg, Colonel I von Wach (commander of the famous Votkinsk regiment), General Belov, P. N. Wrangel, E. K. Miller, N. Yudenich, Swede V. O. Kappel and others.

4For entire historical periods, the situation in Russia was determined by the Germans. B. H. von Minich was the governor-general of Ingermanland, Karelia and Finland and supervised the construction of the bypass Ladoga Canal, the waterway from the Volga to the Baltic Sea, built at the beginning of the 18th century. Heinrich-Johann-Friedrich (Andrey Ivanovich) Osterman (1687-1747) – Vice-President of the Collegium of Foreign Affairs, Vice-Chancellor, member of the Supreme Privy Council, Chief Marshal, the Cabinet Minister and Admiral General. The prime ministers of Russia were Germans: Mikhail Khristoforovich Reitern (1820-1890), Nikolai Khristianovich Bunge (1823-1895), Sergei Yulievich Witte (1849-1915), Boris Vladimirovich Shturmer (1848-1917). Ministers of Finance: Yegor Frantsevich Kankrin (1774–1845), Mikhail Khristoforovich Bunge (1849–1915), Sergei Yulievich Witte (1823–1895); E. F. Kankrin: the inspector of the German colonies of the St. Petersburg province, quartermaster general of the Russian army, 21 years old - Minister of Finance of Russia in the reign of two tsars (Alexander I and Nicholas I). He founded the Technological, Forestry, and Mining Institutes, created a NETWORK OF GYMNASIUMS and schools with technical departments in various cities of Russia, merchant shipping schools in St. Petersburg and Kherson, sailing classes in Arkhangelsk, a drawing school at the Academy of Arts "with a department for girls" and an and galvanoplastic department (one of the first in Europe), and much more. Chief of the III Department in 1839-1856 - L. V. Dubelt, later - A. R. Von Drenteln, A. Kh. Benckendorff. Ministers of the Interior: V. K. von Plehve, B. V. Stürmer. The Mint was headed in 1803–1843 by E. I. Eilers and in 1882–1902 by N. P. Vollendorf; the department for mining and salt mining in 1843-1849 - F. F. Beger, in 1855-1862 - A. R. Gerngromm; Council for Forestry - K. I. Tables; the department for taxes in 1861-1863 - K. K. Grot, in 1862-1887 - A. A. Richter, in 1899-1904 - N. N. Kutler. The leading official at the Ministry of Education was Friedrich von Ungern-Stenberg. M. M. von Goymern (1861–1881), M. I. Daudel (1885–1895) worked in the commission for the redemption of peasants. The chairman of the censorship committee of the country was M. A. Korf (since 1855), Ober-Secretary of the Senate A. K. Haller (1789–1850), member of the State Council, Senator I. A. Veydemeyer (1752–1820).

Of the 13 academicians of the first composition of the Russian Academy of Sciences, nine were German scientists invited to work in Russia: botanist Johann-Christian Buxbaum, anatomist Johann-Georg Duvernoy, mathematicians Christian Martini and Christian Goldbach, historians Johann-Christopher Kohl and Gottlieb-Siegfried Bayer, chemist Mikhail Burger, lawyer Johann-Simon Bekenstein, physicist and philosopher Georg-Berngard Bülfinger.

The Petersburg Academy of Sciences in the 18th century was multinational and foreigners predominated in its composition. Of the 111 members of the Academy, there were 67 Germans, i.e. 60%.


The scientists of German origin, who were members of the Academy of Sciences, praised Russian science with important discoveries in the most diverse branches of knowledge. Academician Heinrich-Friedrich-Emil (Emil Khristianovich) Lenz (1804–1865) formulated the law of the thermal effect of current and derived a fundamental rule that determines the direction of induced currents. Academician Moritz-Hermann (Boris Semyonovich) Jacobi (1801–1874) invented galvanoplastics. The works of Johann-Heinrich-Friedrich (Ivan Yakovlevich) Rudolf (1754-1809), Georg-Heinrich (Grigory Ivanovich) Langsdorf (1774-1852) and Christian-Heinrich (Christian Ivanovich) Pander (1794-1865) opened up new prospects for the sciences of living nature. Academician-philologists Alexander Khristoforovich Vostokov (pseudonym - Ostenek) (1781-1864) and Yakov Karlovich Grot (1812-1882) were engaged in the study of the Russian language and literature, ancient monuments. Grot established the norms of Russian spelling, which were in usage until the spelling reform of 1918, and compiled the textbook "RUSSIAN SPELLING" (St. Petersburg, 1885), which went through 22 editions.

Russian history after Miller from 1725 to 1841 was written by the Germans - academicians of the historical department of the Russian Academy, who received the right to work with ancient historical documents: Kohl Peter (1725), Fischer Johann Ebergard (1732), Kramer Adolf Bernhard (1732), Lotter Johann Georg ( 1733), Leroy Pierre-Louis (1735), Merling Georg (1736), Brem Johann Friedrich (1737), Tauber Johann Gaspard (1738), Crusius Christian Gottfried (1740), Moderach Karl Friedrich (1749), Stritter Johann Gotthilf (1779 ), Hackmann Johann Friedrich (1782), Busse Johann Heinrich (1795), Vauvilliers Jean-Francois (1798), Klaproth Heinrich Julius (1804), Hermann Carl Gottlob Melchior (1805), Krug Johann Philipp (1805), Lerberg August Christian ( 1807), Köhler Heinrich Karl Ernst (1817), Fren Christian Martin (1818), Graefe Christian Friedrich (1820), Schmidt Issac Jacob (1829), Schengren Johann Andreas (1829), Charmois Frans-Bernard (1832), Fleischer Heinrich Leberecht (1835), Lenz Robert Christianovich (1835), Brosse Marie-Felicite (1837), Dorn Johann Albrecht Bernhard (1 839). In brackets is the year the named foreigner entered the Russian Academy.

The Pulkovo Astronomical Observatory was opened in 1839 by Academician Friedrich-Georg-Wilhelm (Vasily Yakovlevich) Struve (1793–1864). His son, academician Otto-Wilhelm (Otto Vasilyevich) (1819–1905) was the second director of the Pulkovo Observatory. His grandchildren Herman (1854–1920) and Ludwig (1858–1920) continued the work of their father and grandfather. They created topography: on January 28, 1822, the Corps of Topographers was created, the director of which was Major General Fyodor Fedorovich (Theodor) von Schubert. Friedrich-Theodor (Fyodor Ivanovich) von Schubert (1758–1825), an astronomer and geodesist, came to Russia in 1783, since 1786 - academician of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences. F. F. Schubert – general of infantry, military topographer, the author of the best plan of St. Petersburg (1828).

6Russian German writers, whom everyone knows: D. I. Fonvizin - a descendant of a sword-bearing knight, Anton Delvig, Vladimir Dal, Wilhelm Kuchelbecker, Nikolai Grecha, Yegor Engelhardt, Alexander Vostokov (Ostenek), Alexander Ertel, Peter Struve. Living later: Alexander Blok, Zinaida Gippius, Boris Pilnyak (Vogau), Konstanti Vaginova (real name Wagenheim), Vera Figner, Nikolai Erdman, Irina Odoevtseva (nee Geinike), Karolina Pavlova (née Janish), Yuri Reinhardt, Galina Ganeizer , Fedor (Friedrich) Fiedler, Evgeny Yevtushenko (Gangnus), Olga Berggolts, Alexander Herzen, Lev Mei, Maximilian Voloshin, Marina Tsvetaeva, philosopher Ivan Ilyin, Alexander Fadeev (head of the Union of Writers of the USSR) - were half Germans.

The Russian pedagogical school was formed UNDER THE INFLUENCE of G. F. Leibniz and J. F. Herbart, as the objection to the Anglo-Saxon school of pedagogy by J. Locke. Since 1869, Germans have accounted for 9.3% among teachers of higher educational institutions, 25% among teachers of secondary educational institutions, and 29% among educators and tutors. There were 40% of Germans among teachers of foreign languages, singing and music. During the first hundred years of the existence of Moscow University (1755-1855), out of 256 of its teachers, there were 63 Germans, that is, 25% of the entire teaching staff.

German teachers founded four schools in St. Petersburg: Petrishule, Annenshule, Katerinshule. Petrishule is only six years younger than St. Petersburg. It was headed by professor of the University of Göttingen, pastor Anton-Friedrich Büsching (1724–1793). By the decree of August 29, 1783, Catherine II makes Petrishule a model for the organization of all German schools in the Russian Empire, and its teachers receive the right to inspect them. Among the pupils of Petrishule: German traveler and revolutionary Georg Ferster, pediatrician K.K. Rauhfus, founder of the physical education system P.F. Lesgaft, outstanding figures of Russian culture: K.I. Rossi, M.P. Mussorgsky, A.N. Benois, M.E. Messmacher.

The most famous school for boys in St. Petersburg, the K. May gymnasium, was founded on September 10, 1856 by a Prussian citizen, famous practical teacher Karl-Johann (Karl Ivanovich) May (1820–1895).

THE FIRST KINDERGARTEN in St. Petersburg was opened in 1862 by Sofia Andreevna Lugebil, and F.F. Rezener opened the FIRST IN RUSSIA correctional colony for juvenile delinquents. Pyotr Frantsevich Lesgaft (1837-1909) – teacher and anatomist, became the founder of the scientific system of physical education. In 1896, he created the Courses for Teachers and Supervisors of Physical Education (now the P.F. Lesgaft Institute of Physical Education).


The land gentry cadet corps, the "knight's academy", was opened in 1731 according to the project of Count Burchard Christoph von Munnich (1683–1767) to prepare young nobles for military and civil activity.

The mentor of the future Emperor Peter III was Academician Ya. Ya. Shtelin; Academicians P. S. Pallas and L. Yu. Kraft taught natural sciences to Alexander I. Charlotte von Lieven became the teacher of Emperor Paul’s children. Her pupil - Emperor Nicholas I - made her a princess. The children of Alexander II were taught the Russian language and literature by O. P. Miller, professor at St. Petersburg University.

Many outstanding Russian scientists studied in Germany. Partial list: M. V. Lomonosov, I. M. Sechenov, I. P. Pavlov, P. Borodin, S. V. Kovalevskaya, D. I. Mendeleev, A. G. Stoletov, V. F. Luginin, V O. Kovalevsky, N. N. Miklukho-Maclay, K. A. Timiryazev, N. S. Tagantsev, A. P. Semenov-Tyan-Shansky, E. I. Shpitalsky, N. Trubetskoy, S. Trubetskoy, D Samarin and B. Vysheslavtsev. N. Berdyaev, S. Bulgakov, I. V. Vernadsky, P. V. Kireevsky, H. N. Zinin, A. A. Voskresensky and many others. Teachers A. P. Kunitsyn, I. Kastalsky and M. G. Plisov studied in Germany, writers A. Radishchev, I. S. Turgenev, B. Pasternak, O. Mandelstam, V. V. Kandinsky, M. I. Tsvetaeva; politicians: V. R. Menzhinsky, I. F. Armand, N. I. Bukharin.

8Catherine the Great began her colonization policy with the decree to the Senate dated October 14, 1762. She allowed the Senate, together with the Collegium of Foreign Affairs, to begin accepting EVERYONE WHO WISHED to settle in Russia. In the December Manifesto of 1762, Catherine II declared Russia's acceptance the policy of increasing the country's population by attracting foreigners and granted amnesty to Russian citizens who had left their homeland under the previous leadership. On July 22, 1763, TWO LEGISLATIVE ACTS were promulgated, which served as the cornerstone, the foundation of colonization in Russia. These are the decree “On the Establishment of the Office of Guardianship of Foreign Colonists” and the Manifesto “On Permission to All Foreigners Entering Russia to Settle in the Provinces They Wish and on the Rights Granted to them.”

After arriving in Russia, each colonist was obliged to take an oath of allegiance to the new homeland and Her Imperial Majesty and began to enjoy the benefits that were defined in the sixth paragraph of the Manifesto. The benefits: the ability to WISH to settle in any town. It was allowed to settle, in addition to towns, in colonies "on free and profitable lands for arable farming and many other advantages. They were delivered to the place of settlement free of charge. It was possible to enroll in the merchant class, workshops or become a tradesman. It was proposed to build factories and plants in Russia, to receive an INTEREST FREE LOAN for ten years, to have customs benefits. The settlers were exempted from "all kinds of taxes and burdens" for different periods. They were exempted forever from military and civil service. Freedom of religion was allowed.

During the two main stages of colonization, which fell on the years of Catherine II (1763-1766) and Alexander I (1804-1819) reigns, as well as at the later time, more than 70 thousand immigrants from various German states arrived in Russia, primarily - Württemberg, Hesse, Rhineland, Alsace, Baden, Prussia. At the time of the immigrants reception end in the country there were over 300 German colonies: 104 in the Volga region, 181 in the South of Russia (in the Kherson, Yekaterinoslav and Tauride provinces, as well as in Bessarabia), 13 in the St. Petersburg province, 6 in Georgia, 2 in Azerbaijan , 7 colonies near Chernigov and one near Voronezh. Before the First World War, about 2,400,000 Germans lived in the Russian Empire; ninety percent of them were colonists.

When Germany declared war on Russia on July 9 (August 1), 1914, IT WAS A DISASTER for the Germans in Russia. On August 6, Austria-Hungary joined Germany. On August 3 and 4, France and Great Britain, respectively, entered the war on the side of Russia. In general, 38 states with the population of 1.5 billion people, or ¾ of the world's population, were involved in the war. Anti-German sentiment began growing rapidly in Russia. There appeared organizations of an anti-German orientation: "Amateur Russia", "Society for the Economic Revival of Russia", "For Russia", etc. The books “German evil” by M. Muravyov, “German espionage” by A. Rezanov, “German colonization in the south of Russia” by S. Shelukhin, “Russian Germans” by G. Evreinov, “Peaceful conquest of Russia by the Germans” by I. Sergeev and others appeared. M. Muravyov wrote: “We, Russians, must not only overcome the hordes of the Teutons and put the end to their special statehood, so that in the future Teutonic barbarism and dominance COULD NOT be revived, but we must overcome inner Germany, which has infiltrated our life, which has influenced our politics, foreign and domestic, the development of our industry, the structure of our school for two hundred years. Mass anti-German pogroms began: in Moscow 759 trading establishments and apartments were destroyed, in St. Petersburg, in Nizhny Novgorod, Astrakhan, Odessa, Yekaterinoslav apartments and offices of institutions belonging to the Germans were smashed. In rural areas, unauthorized seizures, robberies and burning of the property of the colonists became frequent. "Liquidation laws" were adopted that deprived German citizens of Russia of land ownership and land use rights within a 150-mile strip of Russian territory along the border with Germany and Austria-Hungary and within a 100-mile strip in Finland, along the banks of the Baltic, Black, Azov seas, including Crimea and Transcaucasia. It took 10 to 16 months to implement the laws. The LIQUIDATION MEASURES were extended even to the families of officers and volunteers who fought at the front and were awarded military decorations. On August 18, 1916, the tsar approved the "Regulations of the Council of Ministers on the prohibition of teaching in German."

THE ANTI-GERMAN CAMPAIGN in the Russian leadership and military command led to the fact that ALL GERMANS-CONSCRIPTS were discriminated. Almost from the end of 1914, they were no longer sent to the western fronts. Those who got there earlier were sent in an organized manner to the Caucasian front. In total during 1914-1915 more than 17 thousand German soldiers were transferred from the western fronts to the Caucasian. The German population living in the western provinces of Russia was declared "enemy" and their deportation to the eastern regions of the country began. The conscription of Germans of this category for military service practically stopped. Subsequently, the conscription of the Germans for military service was carried out mainly in the Volga region in the Kazan military district. In total, from the beginning of the war until February 1917, more than 50 thousand Germans were called up from the Volga region for military service. All of them, with rare exceptions, also ended up on the Caucasian front. But even there, Russian Germans, as a rule, WERE NOT TRUSTED with weapons.


Discrimination against German conscripts, the actual equating them with prisoners of war caused a corresponding response. Previously, always being law-abiding, the Germans began to easily give in to bolshevik agitation and quickly revolutionized. Their desertion from the front increased. After the February revolution, the process of revolutionization and disintegration among the German military took on an ESPECIALLY BROAD CHARACTER. It was the front-line soldiers who subsequently, returning to their colonies became the support of the Bolsheviks there. They created local Soviets, formed the Red Guard, and ruined the traditional way of life of the colonists.

The outbreak of the First World War interrupted this process and extremely complicated the position of the Germans in Russia. Their public associations, educational institutions, and publications were banned; there was a boycott against German firms in the cities; 250 thousand German colonists who served in the Russian army were transferred from the western sectors of the front in 1915, and officers of German origin WERE REMOVED FROM THE COMMAND. The adoption in 1915 of laws on the abolition of land ownership by Russian subjects of German origin led to the forcible eviction of more than 200 thousand colonists from the western provinces to the Volga region, the Urals and Siberia. The same fate awaited the German peasants in other regions. The German colonists resettled from the front-line areas were divided into three categories: forcibly resettled, administratively expelled and hostages. The reason for the expulsion was the spread of unfavorable rumors for the Russian army and the suspicion of espionage. Those who were expelled were placed at the disposal of either the civil administration or the convoy commanders. In accordance with the legislation in force in Russia, the administratively expelled persons were to be kept in prison premises during the deportation. The German colonists expelled from the front-line regions followed the order of deportation through the Volga region to the Siberian provinces. Gradually, the direction of the exile of the "unreliable" from the front-line regions (German colonists, Jews, Hungarians, Poles, Galicians-Ukrainophiles, catholic priests and Lutheran pastors) shifted to the north. During the forced relocation of the colonists, the military authorities TOOK HOSTAGES from every village in order to exclude any resistance. The hostages were also taken into the depths of Russia.

The Russian peasantry in 1915 faced the prospect of obtaining German lands. Anti-German sentiments were actively shaped by the periodical press. Censorship was very supportive of the publication of incriminating materials. In addition to newspaper reports, the attitude of the Russian peasants was shaped by the local administration. So, in March 1916, in the rural administrations of the Berdyansk district, in the villages adjacent to the German colonies, official announcements were posted about the upcoming liquidation of all colonist lands. All this information, penetrating the peasant masses in the south of Russia, convinced them that the property of the German colonists WAS NOT PROTECTED BY LAW. This is the property of the enemy. Based on this conviction, the peasants of a number of provinces in southern Russia began acting far beyond the scope of the current legislation. The government policy towards the German colonists and propaganda in the press were perceived by the peasants as AN OFFICIAL PERMISSION to seize the land and other property of the German colonists. In several southern counties, the cases were recorded when peasants entered the German colonies in whole wagon trains, intending to take out all the German household belongings and their agricultural equipment from there. Such an attitude of the population towards the exiled German colonists was formed partly under the influence of the fear of epidemics, which could easily break out among the masses of people deprived of basic living conditions and medical care. It was the fear for one's well-being that was, perhaps, the main factor that formed the negative image of the German colonists among the inhabitants.

 In order to accept and comprehend the point of this kind of phenomena, there must be quite intensive independent one’s own inner work. It is important to understand the basic factor — the Brain genotype, to which those people who “suddenly”, appeared in Russia and in such quantity, and who took almost all key positions in the state system, belonged. Man (in our perception), as it may seem strange, WAS NOT NEEDED. It was a new “shirt” that was needed for the certain 4xx Brain genotype. As you can see from the above, all this was done through people and by their own hands. There is no need to take the concept of the Brain genotype as something negative or repulsive. All of us are a “product” of the thousand-year work of the Control System. Each subsequently formed genotype was to take all the best from the previous ones. The involved individuals with the imposed Brain genotype (here we mean genotype 441) in Europe and Russia, manifested in the so-called "German nationality", gradually receiving, as if "improving" information of the cognitive and control nature, were precisely used for the special executing actions in the framework of specific goal vectors within the scope of the Control System.


Such INDIVIDUALS HAD somewhat different behavior and preferences related to their participation in various spheres of the organized life, scientific and religious spheres, in the narrow professional technological orientation, defense and other spheres that distinguished them from the general mass of people in some ways. This, in turn, was an essential primary feature for the formation of the necessary social and other structures for the CONTROL OF ALL OTHERS, additionally demanded for some programmed general or individual, both purposeful and time executing processes, which we take for “historic milestones”. Such processes were conditionally long and historic in nature. The very current life of people, in turn, was subject to some kind of progressive improvement, which went on in harmony with the level of knowledge provided by the System and the development of various technologies through individuals with the IMPOSED BRAIN GENOTYPES. Any resettlement and “placement” of such individuals in key positions was NOT RANDOM, BUT OF THE CONTROLLED CHARACTER precisely within the framework of the program for the development of the Brain genotypes. This control was carried out through the Control Complexes and their respective control servers. The system that regulated the controllability of the processes influenced and directly supported the necessary quantitative selection of individuals with a specific required specialization, both in terms of genotype types and their specific varieties2.

Regarding the “appearance” on the territory of Russia of the people of the so-called “German nationality”, the entire required composition of individuals according to the Brain genotypes was always ranked in a certain way by the program: a) according to executive leading specialization; b) according to the program purpose in the planned processes; c) according to the sufficient quantity to cover the required spectrum in the reception of the control and cognitive information; d) according to additional coverage of other required features dictated by the particular current Goal Vector in relation to the current historical process. Such a ranged composition of individuals with the necessary set of the Brain genotypes was to be necessarily in harmony with the programmed processes of the planned actions and events in a specific territory, in the particular moment described - in Russia and Europe. This specialized staff of the executors, with a certain Brain genotype as a certain defining mandatory basis, required the corresponding additional masses of executors, NOT BELONGING to the indicated Brain genotypes, but meeting the requirements of the general biological nature defined for this territory and being in harmony with the ongoing program processes for the development of the specific Brain genotype at a given period of time, which is defined by the science as a kind of “historic stage”. By the way, all the hitherto unexplained causal factors of mass migration processes of people have been related precisely to this feature throughout the entire history. Therefore, the imposed program process for the INTRODUCTION OF BRAIN GENOTYPES and their stage-by-stage development was one of the fundamental features of the formation of the so-called nationalities within certain nations, hidden from the consciousness of people. The deportation of people of the so-called “German nationality” is substantiated by only one thing - the introduction at “Easter” period of 1841 by the Control Complex of Alps 2 - of the Brain genotype 442 (manifested in the “other so-called nationality”, represented in many power structures and in their leadership in the current time). The development of this genotype completed the long stage of the administrative developing process of the entire System, one of which was the implementation of the development program for all Brain genotypes 44, exactly the formation of the special group of executors framed in the emerging structure of the Golden Billion. This should be considered as the DETERMINANT PURPOSE OF THE SHORT historical stage, which made it possible to raise the discrete controlled executive state to the HIGHER LEVEL both in the development of the "shirt" energy biogenesis, and in the direction of THE PLANNED CLEANUP and deliverance from the unnecessary, i.e., used up individuals, MAKING it IMPOSSIBLE for their further appearance and development. The formed group of individuals was not numerous, but HAD SIGNIFICANT ADVANTAGES in terms of the functional purpose. The previous Brain genotype was replaced by not numerous, but smart, prudent and very cruel genotype both in decision-making and in the actions to implement them in the all main areas in the countries of the European zone, the zone of Western civilization, and in the zone of the already emerging USSR, including Russia as the fundamental territory. The phenomenon of parasitism in this leading genotype was embodied with a special mass liquidation cruelty of the "barbarous-beastly" manner. In a short century and a half, in the most highly developed territory of that time, including the territory of the USSR, more than 150 million people were PHYSICALLY EXTERMINATED without taking into account natural biological extinction. This is the true reason for the particularly high intensity of all revolutionary events and world wars of this period.

With the introduction of Brain genotype 442, the entire control system of the existence of the world community has finally passed into the phase of the irreversible dominance of the "Golden Billion" over the rest of the planet's population, having constructively consolidated all the power of its authority through complex all-round violence, clustered in the form of a kind of pyramid of power. There started the phase of civilization - the control through the force supported by the Complexes. In the legitimacy of such a construction, the subjective factor is COMPLETELY MISSING, since it was replaced by the power of money, the might of power, the power of sacred and various confessional influences. This was the beginning of the executing processes, which by 2000 manifested themselves in three directions of the control program as the real modern technology to control the executing actions that had the final goal of their completion: administrative-bureaucratic fascism; financial fascism; national-demographic fascism - currently in the process of destruction, which the reader will know in the sequel - article 31_369.



1 Peter III Fedorovich (1728-1762) - emperor from 1761 to 1762. Son of the Duke of Holstein-Gottorp Karl Friedrich and Tsesarevna Anna Petrovna (1708–1728), heir to Emperor Peter I (1672–1725). Before the adoption of Orthodoxy, it was named Karl-Peter-Ulrich.

2 The Fundamentals of Mankind Formation. Parts 1-4


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