The real Nikita Khrushchev was born in UKraine in 1894. It is incredible how many Russians died in WWI and the Russian Revolution. Following the chaos it was very easy for the British Secret Service to replace the real Nikita with a double!!

The real Nikita Khrushchev (1894–1922)
married Yefrosinia Pisareva in 1916.

Only the British Secret Service knows the real names of the Nikita Khrushchev doubles!!

Additionally, they alone know the name of the Joseph Stalin double!!

Only a blind person would confuse the 2 Nikitas!!



Photo of a Nikita Khrushchev double with
Nina Petrovina Kukharchuk taken in 1924.

While the real Nikita was serving in the Red Army in 1918, his young wife Yefrosinia was sent to "Orthodox heaven." A Khrushchev double later married the woman in the photo named Nina Petrovina Kukharchuk.

The real Benito Mussolini was also a casualty of the Great War, and he was replaced by the future bald Sawdust Caesar.

Remarkably, there could have been another Nikita Khrushchev living in UKraine at that time. John Wilkes Booth had a double named James William Boyd. The Trump Organization had a least 3 Donald J. Trump doubles....The President Joe Biden double was a professor at Widener University in Delaware!

The "smiling" Russian Nikita Khrushchev
double was the human face of Communism!

To avoid seeing double we call them the Russian and UKrainian doubles!!

One was a kinder, gentler "Communist," and the other one was pugnacious and "hell bent" on world conquest!!

One double was meant to appeal to the peaceful Russian people, and the other Ukrainian double engineered the deadly 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis!



Another photo of the Russian
Nikita Khrushchev double!!

The first order of business for the Russian double was to DONATE Crimea to UKraine. The transfer happened in February 1954, and only merited a brief paragraph in Pravda:

Decree of the Presidium of the USSR Supreme Soviet transferring Crimea Province from the Russian Republic to the Ukraine Republic, taking into account the integral character of the economy, the territorial proximity and the close economic ties between Crimea Province and the Ukraine Republic, and approving the joint presentation of the Presidium of the Russian Republic Supreme Soviet and the Presidium of the Ukraine Republic Supreme Soviet on the transfer of Crimea Province from the Russian Republic to the Ukraine Republic.

And without the Crimeans having any say in the matter, a region that is soaked in Russian blood became part of UKraine!

The UKrainian double came to the forefront with the launch of Spoofnik in 1957

Incredibly, a flying football was launched by the British Secret Service in 1957. Spoofnik could have been launched from Canada or Australia. It caused alarm bells to ring in the Pharaonic Zone, and that event triggered the space race!

The "flying football' Spoofnik was launched
in October 1957.

The launch of Spoofnik in 1957 caused panic at the Pentagon!

The "flying football" was proof that the Russians had rockets that could reached the United States!

Naturally, the "Reds" would install nuclear weapons on their rockets, and the doomsday clock was moved closer to midnight!



Fake news NY Times headline
for October 4, 1957.

It was no coincidence that the launch of Spoofnik happened just a year after the October 1956 Suez Canal Crisis! President Eisenhower tried to ignore the "flying football," but he was under tremendous pressure from the military-industrial complex.

The UKrainain double appeared in photos prior to 1959, but it was at that time that he appeared on the international stage!

Vice Vice President Richard Nixon making a point
during the "Kitchen Debate."

The UKrainian double made his debut at the "Kitchen Debate" in July 1959.

President Eisenhower sent Vice-President Richard Nixon to Moscow to diffuse the Cold War.

Richard Nixon was the obvious choice to succeed the President in 1961.

The The UKrainian double and Vice President
Richard Nixon debating.

The UKrainian double was not interested in diffusing the Cold War. By exploiting the missile gap, JFK won the election by the narrowest of margins!

The pugnacious double delivering
a speech at the UN.

On October 12, 1960, the UKrainian double helped Kennedy win the election by delivering a bellicose "we will bury you" speech at the UN.

It was an "October surprise" for the Democrats!

JFK believed that he could atone for his many sins and shorten his time in "Purgatory" by making America Catholic!


The double predicted that Communism
would soon rule the world!

At his inaugural address President Kennedy said:

“Ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country.”

Anglophile Union Jack meant to say:

“Ask not what the British Empire can do for you — ask what you can do for the British Empire!”

The following year Kennedy the Catholic met the UKrainian double in Vienna and thanked him for all his help in getting him into the White House!

The UKrainian double and President Kennedy
in Vienna, Austria, June 1961.

Union Jack met the UKrainian double at the Vienna summit in June 1961.

They agreed to launch a US-USSR "space race" to advance the globetard agenda!!

Only a year later the Russians were ready to deploy their Samson or Doomsday Device!!


Union Jack thanking the UKrainian double
for getting him into the White House!

Union Jack was no match for the British Secret Service double, and like his younger brother Ted he was in over his head at the Vienna summit. He never realized that the UKrainian double was planning on starting a thermonuclear war with the help of Winston Churchill and Fidel Castro in Cuba.

Just over a year later the world was on the brink of Armageddon when the Russians were ready to deploy their Samson or Doomsday Device!

President Kennedy was sent to "Purgatory" on November 22, 1963, and the Russian Politburo fired both doubles the following October.

Vital links


Crankshaw, Edward. Khrushchev: A Career. Viking Press, New York, 1966.

Paloczi-Horvath, George. Khrushchev: The Making of a Dictator. LIttle, Brown & Company, Boston, 1966.

Taubman, William. Khrushchev: The Man and His Era. W. W. Norton & Company, New York, 2003.

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