[post linked with the Berlin-Baghdad railroad line and Fatti di Luglio]
Above image - "...Alexander I or Aleksandar Obrenović (Cyrillic: Александар Обреновић; 14 August 1876 – 11 June 1903) was king of Serbia from 1889 to 1903 when he and his wife, Queen Draga, were assassinated by a group of Army officers, led by Colonel Dragutin Dimitrijević......
.....Apparently to prevent Queen Draga's brother being named heir-presumptive, but in reality to replace Alexander Obrenović with Peter Karađorđević, a conspiracy was organized by a group of Army officers headed by Captain Dragutin Dimitrijević also known as "Apis", who was in the pay of the Russians, as well as the leader of the Black Hand secret society which would assassinate Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914..... .." - URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_I_of_Serbia
"....In 2006, a book written by journalist Milorad Bošnjak and machine engineer Slobodan Jakovljević (a direct descendant of Jakov Obrenović, half-brother of Miloš Obrenović), it was claimed that Karađorđe's ancestor was an Albanian Catholic from Kelmend called Đin Maraš Klimenta.[unreliable source?] Dimitrije Tucović had earlier claimed that he was of Albanian descent.[full citation needed].......".
[see also References. Source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Karadjordjevi%C4%87]
Practically the sources of information who take the side of the Serbs are continuing to be the carbon copy of the issues of OSS. In WWII the West Balkans were under control of British SIS (and of Stalin). Of course with some limitations cause the personality of Tito, not so easy to manipulate. U.S. O.S.S. was putted aside and therefore tried to earn some advantages taking the side of the most unfortunate member of the occupied Yugoslavia, the one sacrificed by Churchill's [Jesuits'] designs: the Serbs. From here an absolutely not-critic exaltation of the Serbian Chetniks, of the Karadjordjevic and so on. Necessity of the war and competition between allies during WWII. But this should not be goal of the ones who are exposing the Roman Catholic Ustasha butchery against the Serbs. Perhaps it should be useful some criticism also of the Serbian elite, without which the destiny of hundreds of thousands of Serbs would it be different and not so cruel.
The Serbian crown Kardjordjevic were made up by some kings who were true despots. They were hated not only by Croats, but also by Slovenes and the Serbs who were not conservatives. If you trace down the origin of the Karadjordjevic bloodline you absolutely encounter another one, the Obrenovic. But the latter has been wiped away from history, meanwhile only the first one today enjoys "glory " among the Serbs and among the ones who believe to defend Serbia exposing the Vatican mastermind of the WWII Balkan bloodshed.
Among both dinasties there was always enmity and assassinations. The first to fall was a Karadjordjevic by the hands of an Obrenovic. The revenge came later, some years before the First World Conflict, when the Obrenovic ruling family was definitively transferred in the oblivion with a cruel assassination. It is a fact which is obscured by many "anti-Vatican" researchers who love to represent Germany and Austrian empires always on the side of the Vatican. The gretest difference between both dynasties was in the foreign policy: Obrenovic were for a compromise with the Hungary-Austrian neighbor. Kardjordjevics were for a war with the empire.
Therefore it is expected that every "anti-Jesuit" should appreciate this very important information: eleven years before the war, and more important even than of the Pacelli-ghost-written concordat signed four days before the assassination in Sarajevo, the ruling family of Serbia who was for a policy of compromise and agreement with Austria, was wiped away by another one who was seeking war with Vienna. Very important information, but have you heard it about? Were you aware of this?
I guess not. I just tried to expose the figure of the first Karadjordjevic to be empowered as king of the Serbs and then of the Yugoslavs:
".........Peter I (Serbian: Петар I Карађорђевић, Petar I Karadjordjević) (29 June 1844 – 16 August 1921), was the last King of Serbia from 1903 to 1918, and subsequently the first ruler of the newly created Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (officially renamed Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1929) from 1918 until his death 1921. Peter Karadjordjević was a grandson of Karageorge, the restorer of Serbia and a leader of the First Serbian Insurrection (1804-1813). Prince Peter was a third son of prince Aleksandar Karadjordjević, who ruled Serbia from 1842 to 1858, during the period of "Constitutionalist" After the death of his older brother, Peter became the head of the House of Karadjordjević. As the leader of the victorious Serbian Army in the Balkan Wars and World War I, he received the title of Peter the Great Liberator (Kralj Petar Veliki Oslobodilac) after 1918. As a young pretender to the throne, Prince Peter had translated and published on his own expense the famous essay of John Stuart Mill "On Liberty.".........
.........Prince Peter, known to his friends as "Pierre Kara" actively participated in the Franco-Prussian War of 1871 as a volunteer of the Foreign Legion Command, better known as the Legion étrangère. He was very courageous in the battle near Orleans and was wounded. Afterwards he managed to escape the Prussians by swimming across the Loire River.
During the Eastern Crisis (1875-1878) which started with Serb uprising against Ottoman Empire in 1875 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, he took on the name of a seventeenth-century Serbian hajduk Petar Mrkonjić of Ragusa, and joined as a leader of the guerilla unit the Bosnian Serb insurgents. He had to leave the region at the insistence of then-prince Milan Obrenović, the ruler of Serbia, who saw Prince Peter Karadjodjević as a main rival to the throne of Serbia and feared his popularity among the Serbian people. Prince Peter married Princess Zorka of Montenegro, the oldest daughter of King Nicholas I, in 1883. They had five children: Helen in 1884, Milena in 1886, George in 1887, Alexander in 1888 and Andrew in 1890. Princess Milena died at the age of one in 1887, and Prince Andrew, the last child, died in childbirth along with his mother Princess Zorka. The Prince Peter spent ten years in Montenegro, and after the death of his wife moved to Paris and eventually settled in Switzerland. His two sons, George and Alexander were admitted to the corps of pages in Saint-Petersbourg.
After long years in exile in Geneva, Switzerland, Prince Peter returned to Serbia in 1903, after King Alexander I Obrenović and his family were killed in a a military coup d'état. Alexander I had increasingly become unpopular by his pro-Austrian foreign policy and by his marriage. After 45 years in exile, the Karadjordjević dynasty regained the leadership of Serbia from the rival House of Obrenović: Prince Peter Karadjordjević, already proclaimed as a new king by the army conspirators, was elected as the King of Serbia by the Serbian Parliament and Senate two weeks later. He was crowned King of Serbia on 21 September 1904 in St. Michael's Cathedral and anointed on 9 October 1904.
Therefore it is clear all those manipulations of the Vatican just during and with the Obrenovic reign: from a side the Vatican was instigating nerves to Vienna which in its turn would have provoked Russia who believed that Vienna through the Vatican would have controlled the entire Balkans till Black Sea. From another side the Vatican and the Jesuits were demolishing the figure of the Obrenovic in the Orthodox world, making them to appear weak in front of Vienna believed to be "behind the Vatican", having in exchange only promises of a future enlargement in the Balkans in the fantasy of a leading role in the "Great Balkan Confederation" (which was also the cause of the Tito-Stalin Split):
".........Also on the desk of saint Peter was sitting since 20 February 1878 a new pontiff, Leo XIII, in the world Gioacchino Pecci, whose arrival would have signed the beginning of a new phase in the relations with the Christendom of the East, marked by a search of direct relations and by a greater reciprocal consideration; on the political level his pontificate would have known a new opening towards the Ottoman Turkey which, in the east was embracing Catholic communities of different rites, and would have favored the coming back on the eastern religious scene of the France and her approach to the Russia............."
TRANSLATED FROM: http://arhiva.glas-javnosti.rs/arhiva/2006/10/24/srpski/T06102303.shtml
[Klimenta = Clement]
"......Paternal grandfather Karadjordje Petrovic, leader of the First Serbian Uprising, was an Albanian and named Jin Maraš Clement, according to the book "Karadjordjevic Royal - hidden history." The book was published last week, and the authors are Milorad Bosnjak, journalist, and Slobodan Jakovljevic, mechanical engineer, who is a direct descendant of Jacob Obrenovic, stepbrother Serbian Prince Milos Obrenovic.Publisher of the book is "Lio" from Gornji Milanovac, and the authors have published documents, manuscripts and various correspondence, which, they say, proves that Karadjordjevic Royal originate from "pokatoličenog Albanian tribes" from around Shkodra. The authors of the book "Karadjordjevic Royal - hidden history" are invited to the "Journal of the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina" from 1910. year, No. 22, stating that it is part of the tribe Clement arrived around 1737th in the mine environment, during the withdrawal of the Austrian army from Novi Pazar.He adds that he then reached around 500 Albanian families who were "low growth, while the evil and cruel nature" that barely spoke Serbian, and love the animal husbandry and were stable character. Bosnjak and Jakovljevic specifically refer to acts Andrew Luburić, which are printed 1937th year, and state that the tribe Clement Orthodox celebrate St. Clement of Rome, which were allegedly celebrated Karadjordjevica.The authors argue that there is glory celebrated Karagjorgje, his son Alexander and grandson Peter, who "suddenly in Cetinje waives his patron and begins to celebrate Saint Andrew the First Called." They argue that King Peter knew about the origin of their ancestors, and that the tribe Clement protected King Peter, as his descendants, during the withdrawal of the Serbian army through Albania at the beginning of the First World War.Ljušic: No evidenceHistorian Rados Ljušic told BETA that there are no reliable data on Karađorđevo ancestors, nor about when they came to Serbia.- For that we have no reliable historical sources, documents, all in folk tradition. There are various versions of Karađorđevo ancestors - are from France, Herzegovina, Montenegro and Albania, but no theory has not been proven - said Ljušic..............".