Thursday, August 31, 2017
The CIA revealed as the Gestapo of the Vatican’s Fourth Reich
The First Holy Roman Empire (controlled by the Vatican) or First Reich existed from 962 to 1806. The First Reich’s empire was centered on the Kingdom of Germany, and included neighbouring territories, which at its peak included the Kingdom of Italy and the Kingdom of Burgundy. For much of the First Reich, the Empire consisted of hundreds of smaller sub-units, principalities, duchies, counties, Free Imperial Cities and other domains. Otto I was crowned King of Germany in 962 as the first Holy Roman Emperor (German: Römisch-Deutscher Kaiser) of the First Reich. Otto was installed by the Vatican to lead the First Reich. The last leader of the First Reich was Francis II, who abdicated and dissolved the Vatican control over the empire in 1806 during the Napoleonic Wars.