The Russians called Constantinople TSARGRAD!!

New Rome or Constantinople–the queen of cities–fell to the Terrible Turks on May 29, 1453. The invention of gunpowder cannon led to the breaching of the massive walls and the fall of the city.

Gunpowder cannon was the most explosive invention until the first atomic explosion on July 17, 1944.

Terrible Turks with horsetail banner storming the walls of Constantinople in 1453. Emperor Constantine XI is on the left, sword in hand, refusing to surrender his beloved city.
Terrible Turks with horsetail banner storming the walls of Constantinople in 1453. Emperor Constantine XI is on the left, sword in hand, refusing to surrender his beloved city.

After the Conquest of Constantinople, parents in western Europe, whose children were misbehaving, would tell them: "BEHAVE OR THE TERRIBLE TURKS WILL GET YOU."

This was no idle threat as the newly invented printing press disseminated far and wide the horrors of the fall of the city.

Turkish Janissary with arquebus.
Turkish Janissary
with arquebus.

The Turkish Janissaries were the most feared and fanatical soldiers in the world.

These Papal mercenaries were the first army to use gunpowder cannon and arquebuses.

Their favorite method of killing was impalement and crucifixion.

Terrible Turkish torture.
Terrible Turkish torture.

The descendents of those fanatics are now called ISIS or ISIL.

One of the favorite methods of Turkish execution was impalement. Here is an account of such impalement by a Genoese merchant named Jacopo de Campi:

As the morning of April 29 wore on, however, the nature of the loss was to assume a more ghastly shape. It transpired that not all the missing men had drowned. Some forty had swum free of their sinking craft, and in the darkness and the confusion of battle they made for the enemy shore and were captured. Mehmet now ordered them to be impaled in full view of the city as a punishment and a warning. In horror the survivors watched the preparations from the walls. What they would have seen has been graphically recorded by Jacopo de Campi, a Genoese merchant who spent twenty-five years trading in the Ottoman Empire at this time:
The Grand Turk [makes] the man he wishes to punish lie down on the ground; a sharp long pole is placed in the rectum; with a big mallet held in both hands the executioner strikes it with all his might, so that the pole, known as a palo, enters the human body, and according to its path, the unfortunate lingers on or dies at once; then he raises the pole and plants it in the ground; thus the unfortunate is left in extremis; he does not live long.  
So "the stakes were planted, and they were left to die in full view of the guards on the walls." (Crowley, 1453: The Holy War for Constantinople and the Clash of Islam and the West, pp. 153-154).

As the Turks prepared to conquer all of western Europe, the Popes made a semblance of opposing them, but this was all for show, because the Popes were eternally grateful to the Turks for conquering their ancient rival, Constantinople.

The Popes also faced a dilemma, because even though they wanted the Turks to wipe out all of Protestant Christian Europe, the conquering Turks might set their sights on the New World . . . and ignore the Bull of Pope Alexander VI. The terrible Turks had a very accurate ancient map of the New World, called the Piri Reis map, which they found in the great library at Constantinople.

A terrible Turk was the Father of Rock 'n' Roll!!

Ahmet Ertegun was the son of a Munir Ertegun-Terrible Turkish ambassador to the United States from 1934 to 1944. Munir is mostly infamous for his successful attempt to browbeat and bride MGM Studios into cancelling a movie that exposed the Armenian Genocide. The book was called Forty Days of Musa Dagh, and it was written in 1943 by Austrian Franz Werfel.

Record producer Ahmet Ertegun
Record producer Ahmet Ertegun

Terrible Turk Ahmet (Mohammad) Ertegun was the "Father of Rock 'n' Roll" music.

As co-founder of Atlantic Records, he amalgamated the black rhythm "n' blues sound with white singers.

That sound eventually became known as Rock 'n' Roll.

Ertegun and Mick Jagger after he finally managed to sign up the degenerate
Ertegun and Mick Jagger after he finally managed to sign up the depraved Rolling Stones on Atlantic Records.

The big prize eluded him however, he failed to sign up the Beatles in 1964. To the fury of the Terrible Turk, his lawyer (Paul Marshall) failed to sign up the enormous cash cow called the Beatles. That group was signed up with Vee-Jay and Capitol:

At the beginning of what everyone realized was an authentic worldwide revolution in music, Atlantic suddenly found itself watching from the sidelines as the money Ahmet believed should have been his poured instead into other companies. While Ahmet continued doing business with Paul Marshall over the years, his personal relationship with the attorney ended on the day he let him go. (Greenfield, The Last Sultan, pp. 150-151).

As compensation, Ertegun signed up the degenerate Rolling Stones for a 5-year contract in 1971. One of the lyrics to a Rolling Stones song said "Let's spend the night together, mommy."

That could be one of the reasons why the Beatles were titaniced in 1966. Terrible Turks are known to do far worse. The entire rock 'n' roll scene was just a gigantic PSYOP meant to discredit people who were opposed to nuclear war and nuclear power plants.

The Terrible Turks tried to conquer Germany in 1529!!

After the discovery of the New World by John Cabot, the next great event was the blessed Reformation.

Sultan Suleiman I (1494–1566).
Sultan Suleiman I
Reigned from 1520 to 1566.

In 1529, Pope Clement VII ordered his Terrible Turks to invade Germany and kill Saint Martin Luther.

The spring and summer of 1529 saw the worst torrential downpours in the history of Europe.

The incessant rain delayed the Terrible Turks, and the roads became impassable, so the massive siege cannon had to be abandoned.

Ottoman depiction of the 1529 siege of Vienna.
Ottoman depiction of the
1529 siege of Vienna.

Thanks to the prayers of Saint Martin Luther, Suleiman's attempted invasion of Germany was a washout. That attempted invasion alone was enough proof that the Pope and his Terrible Turks were indeed Antichrist:

Antichrist is the pope and the Turk together; a beast full of life must have a body and soul; the spirit or soul of antichrist is the pope, his flesh or body the Turk. The latter wastes and assails and persecutes God's church corporally; the former spiritually and corporally too, with hanging, burning, murdering, &c. But, as in the apostle's time, the church had the victory over the Jews and Romans, so now will she keep the field firm and solid against the hypocrisy and idolatry of the pope, and the tyranny and devastations of the Turk and her other enemies. (Table Talk of Saint Martin Luther, p. 193).

After the failure of the Thirty Years' War to destroy Christianity in Germany, another attempted invasion by the Terrible Turks was made in 1683.

Pope Paul IV said that "the Turks will not fail us"

Pope Paul IV told Cardinal Morone that he was confident that the Turks would help him overcome all his enemies.

Pope Paul IV.
Pope Paul IV.
Pope from 1555 to 1559.


Pope Paul IV told Cardinal Morone that the Terrible Turks would not fail him.

Obviously, this infallible Pontiff was WRONG because the Terrible Turks had failed to conquer Germany in 1529.


Cardinal Morone (1509-1580).
Cardinal Morone

Here is a brief quote by an eminent Italian historian named Niccolò Capponi:

Since the expiry of the truce, on 8 January, Paul's forces, reinforced with contingents sent by Henry II of France, had managed to retake the fortress of Ostia, and a French army under the duke of Guise was about to invade the Spanish-held kingdom of Naples. But this was not enough for the eighty-year-old firebrand pontiff, doggedly determined to remove the Colonnna from their inheritance and the Habsburgs from Italy's soil. Thus, on that cold winter day while conversing with Cardinal Giovanni Morone, the pope declared emphatically that he was prepared to seek every possible ally in his just war against Philip II of Spain, even from Protestant Germany if necessary. Morone, who knew the Lutherans well from first-hand experience, cautioned Paul that the Germans hated the papacy. The aged former inquisitor glared at the cardinal, whom he suspected of Lutheran leanings, and hissed, "The Turks will not fail us."
Paul IV's comment may come as a shock (and Cardinal Morone was indeed shocked), especially since we imagine St Peter's successors to be unwavering champions of Christianity and not prepared to sell their souls to their worst enemy for political reasons. However, when it came to striking deals with the infidels, Paul was very much of a latecomer. (Niccolò Capponi, Victory of the West, pp. 60-61).

A successor of Pope Paul IV, "Innocent" XI, tried again to use the Terrible Turks to conquer Germany.

Grand Vizier Kara Mustafa
Grand Vizier Kara Mustafa


Pope Innocent XI sent his Terrible Turks to conquer Germany once again.

On September 11, 1683, the Terrible Turks had Vienna surrounded once again and they were ready to take the city by storm.

The city was saved by King Jan III Sobieski of Poland.


Vast Muslim army besieging Vienna in 1683.
Vast Turkish army besieging
Vienna in 1683.

This time our great JEHOVAH used a Polish king named Jan III Sobieski to save Germany and the blessed Reformation.

The Khazars are Terrible Turks!!

There is little difference between the people who live in TURKEY and the people who live in the state that is erroneously called "Israel" because they are both TURKS. They originated in Khazaria . . . and not Canaan.

Old Khazaria.
Old Khazaria.


The Khazars that presently occupy the Mideast are TURKS because they originated in the very same area of eastern Europe as the Turks.

Both countries are armed to the teeth by the Pentagon and NATO and both have nuclear weapons pointed at Russia.


New Khazaria.
New Khazaria.

After the conquest of Constantinople by the Terrible Turks in 1453, the Orthodox moved to Moscow and Moscow became known as the Third Rome. From that time onward, Russia became the target of the Terrible Turks.

Britain and France allied with the Terrible Turks during the Crimean War!!

The first bloody Crimean War had as its ultimate objective the total elimination of Russia as a powerful and influential European nation. That war was the first truly modern war that saw the use of the telegraph, railroads, steam powered ships, newspaper correspondents, photography, etc.,etc.

Britain and France–normally bitter enemies–united in a military alliance against Russia. They were joined by the Terrible Turks and the war was called the Crimean War. It lasted from 1854 to 1856.

Tsar Alexander II inherited the war from his father, Tsar Nicholas I, who died suddenly of poisoning in 1855.

Sultan Abdul Mejid (1823–1861). Sultan from 1839 to 1861.
Sultan Abdul Mejid
Sultan from 1839 to 1861.

The Terrible Turks were allies of the British and French during the Crimean War.

The Terrible Turks were mostly confined to digging trenches and burying their numerous dead.

Most of the lower ranks in the British army were recruited in Ireland and used as cannon fodder.


Lord Palmerston (1784-1865).
Lord Palmerston
Prime Minister from 1855 to 1865.

In the English speaking world, the war is mostly famous for the suicidal charge of the Light Brigade and Florence Nightingale.

The Cuban Missile Crisis began with nuclear missiles in Turkey!!

The Cuban Missile Crisis almost led to the extinction of all life on earth.

Turkey became a member of NATO (North Atlantic Terrorist Organization) in 1952. In 1961, nuclear tipped missiles were installed in Turkey, just minutes in flight from Crimea. Nikita Khrushchev claimed he could see them from his villa.

Premier Nikita Khrushchev
Premier Nikita Khrushchev


Bombastic British Secret Service agent Nikita Khrushchev was very upset that the Pentagon had installed nuclear missiles in Turkey.

He claimed he could see the missiles from his dacha in Crimea.

As a result, he decided to get his revenge by installing nuclear missiles in Cuba.

One of the five sites of 3 Jupiter missiles stationed near Cigli AFB in western Turkey in 1962.
One of the five sites of 3 Jupiter missiles stationed near Cigli AFB in western Turkey in 1962.

In 1954, Khrushchev secretly transferred Crimea to UKraine, as a gift, but he still had a villa or dacha there and claimed he could see the Jupiter missiles from across the water in Turkey:

Although Khrushchev initially preferred the Democrat Kennedy to the Republican Eisenhower, he had come to regard the two presidents as made from "the same shit." Spending the summer at his villa in Sochi, on the shores of the Black Sea, he seethed with resentment over the presence of American nuclear warheads just across the water in Turkey, five minutes' flying time away. He would hand visitors a pair of binoculars and ask them what they could see. When the mystified guests described an endless vista of water, Khrushchev would grab the binoculars and announce angrily: "I see U.S. missiles, aimed at my dacha." But he was cheered by the thought of the surprise he was about to spring. (Dobbs, One Minute to Midnight, p. 39).

The Cuban Missiles Crisis brought the world to the eve of destruction and it was only the arrest of the Russian Guy Fawkes that prevent a Pentagon first strike on the Soviet Union.

Vital Links



Crowley, Roger. 1453: The Holy War for Constantinople and the Clash of Islam and the West. Hyperion, New York, 2005.

Capponi, Niccolò. Victory of the West. The Great Christian Muslim Clash at the Battle of Lepanto. Da Capo Press, Cambridge, MA, 2006.

Dobbs, Michael. One Minute to Midnight: Kennedy, Khrushchev, and Castro on the Brink of Nuclear War. Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 2008.

Greenfield, Robert. The Last Sultan: The Life and Times of Ahmet Ertegun. Simon & Schuster, New York, 2011.

Luther, Saint Martin. Luther's Works. (Jaroslav Pelikan editor). Concordia Publishing Co. St. Louis, MO, 1972 Edition.

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