Saxe-Coburg and Gotha

Saxe-Coburg Gotha is a German dynasty founded by Ernst Saxe-Coburg in 1826. It orginated in the Guelph faction and House of Wettin that ruled Saxony and Thuringia. They rule the UK, Belgium, Portugal, Bulgaria and Mexico.

Ernst II Saxe-Coburg played a role in Weishaupt's Illuminati hoax.

Albert Saxe-Coburg married Queen Victoria (Order of St John the Baptist, Saturn and Sirius worship) in 1840.

Leopold I became the 1st king of Belgium.

Charlotte of Belgium (Wettin, Saxe-Coburg) married Maximilian of Austria (Habsburg Lorraine, Order of the Golden Fleece, brother of Franz Joseph I), Emperor of the Mexican Empire.

Leopold II was given the Freestate of Congo at the Berlin conference. He and his regime killed 6-10 millions in Congo, making the Saxe-Coburgs the biggest mass murderers in history.

From the beginning of the 20th century the Saxe-Coburgs ruled Europe: George in England, Haakon in Norway, Wilhelm in Germany, Margaret in Sweden, Mary in Romania, Ferdinand in Bulgaria, Manuel II in Portugal, Albert I in Belgium, Nicolas II in Russia.

Arthur Saxe-Coburg (Order of St John, Order of the Bath, Order of the Garter) was Governal-General of South Africa.

In 1917, while they made propaganda against Germany, the British branch of the Saxe-Coburgs (George V) changed their name to Windsor to sound more English.

Victoria Saxe-Coburg married Kirill Vladimirovich. After the Russian Revolution of 1917, they spread antisemitism and nazism in Munchen (Ernest I family of Elizabeth II, Ernst Hanfstaengl, friend of Hitler had Ernst II Saxe-Coburg as godfather). The Saxe-Coburgs sent Emile Francqui to Congo, Camille Gutt was director of the IMF.

Elizabeth II Saxe-Coburg is a Dame of Malta.

Charles Mountbatten married Diana Spencer, who gave birth to antichrist figure William V (announced in Rosemary's Baby). William married Catherine Middleton in 2011, Harry married Meghan Markle in 2018.

William V is trained to play the role of Antichrist. He married Catherine Middleton in 2011.

Albert II of Belgium married Paola di Calabra Colonna-Orsini- Pallavicini (daughter of support of Knight of Malta Benito Mussolini). King Philip of Belgium was educated at Le Rosey. Elizabeth Dudekem Dakoz, the sister of Queen Mathilde of Belgium married Alfonso Pallavicini.

King Baudoin foundation is led by Thomas Leysen (Umicore, Mediahuis, Trilateral Commission).

 

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