As all historians know, their science is being written by the winners. It is an ever evolving science and the further away from the event, the more one can detached from emotions, observe the overall structure of events. Details disappear and the bigger schemes stand out. WWII is still a recent event in our history.
So let's look at who's written Tsarist Russian history lately: that's right, the Freemasons and the Bolsheviks - the very same destructive, materialist forces of Darkness that conspired to and succeeded in destroying the holy Tsarist Russian Tradition. (Along with the rest of the Traditional European sovereign monarchies.) They are the winners in the battle against the Russian Orthodox Tradition.
The myth of Tsarist Russia being little better than Joseph Stalin and his Bolshevik butchers is another big deception honest historians have to shed light on before we can defend the "popular uprising" against the "evil tsar" that the Bolshevik Satanists are painted out as by those very historians you so accurately point out to be on the winning side, leaving us on the losing side.
There are people with a different view of history, as this book suggests:
<a href="http://www.barnesreview.org/Third_rome/third_rome.html">The Third Rome: Holy Russia, Tsarism and Orthodoxy</a> [img align=right]http://www.barnesreview.org/Third_rome/Thrid_rome_large.gif[/img]
BY M. RAPHAEL JOHNSON, PH.D.
EDITOR, THE BARNES REVIEW
• Was Ivan the Terrible Really a “Mad Butcher?”
• Wasn’t Emperor Paul a “monster?”
• Was Tsarist rule completely “unlimited?”
• Was the peasantry under serfdom oppressed?
• Who financed the Bolsheviks?
• Did the Tsars really represent the Russian people?
• Where did Russian Liberalism actually come from?
• How should patriotic Americans view
Christian Orthodoxy and Tsarism?
Just in time for the 300th anniversary of Petrograd, a new book on pre-Bolshevik Russian history has been published in English. It is a defense of royalism from Kievan Rus’ until the abdication of Tsar Martyr Nicholas II at the end of World War I. For English speaking readers, it is the only published account of Tsarist Russia that succeeds in demolishing the arguments of the kept Anglo-American historians on the “evils” and “tyranny” of the Tsarist government. on all the major work on Russian history in English over the last 50 years, this work is a concise defense of Tsarism and the notion of Orthodox Russia. Just after the “History Channel’s” hatchet job on the Romanovs recently ran on American television, referring to the Tsars as “butchers” and “tyrants,” this new book could not be more useful.