Today marks the 100th anniversary of the events that kicked off the most murderous regimes in human history.
YEKATERINBURG, Russia — Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill led some 100,000 people in a nighttime procession Tuesday to mark 100 years since the Bolsheviks murdered tsar Nicholas II and his family, amid a simmering conflict between the state and the Church over their remains.
The procession began in the early hours of Tuesday from the murder site in the Urals city of Yekaterinburg to a monastery commemorating the slain tsar, his German-born wife and five children, regional authorities said.
100,000 processors, 100 years, 100 Million+ murders.
This date is special to the globalist cabal, as is Dec. 26, 1991; the former warmer to their black hearts, the latter not so much. I cover that and the associated consternation in this week’s TPC bit (soon).
Note: these good Russian people were commemorating the horror and sorrow of the crimes; the new Bolsheviks would have a true re-enactment.