Canada and the UK’s German enemy hiding in plain sight

False identity is when someone pretends to be something they are not. Generally speaking it is NOT against the law to use a false name, an alias. Using an alias in order to commit fraud or other criminal acts, however, is definitely illegal.

Since 1917 the UK’s illegitimate German monarchy have used a false identity, an alias, to defraud and wage wars against the UK and Canadian people. The German oligarchy, Kraut George V assumed the alias Windsor to deceive the British and Canadian people.

What Kraut George V did by assuming a forged name, an alias, is defined by Canada’s criminal code as false pretence. Kraut George V claimed he adopted the Windsor name because his birth surname Saxe-Coburg & Gotha sounded German. The truth is, his surname was German and he and his family were German. His father was German. His grandmother, Queen Victoria was German. German was the first language she spoke. His grandfather, Queen Victoria’s consort Prince Albert “Saxe-Coburg & Gotha” was German.

361 (1) A false pretence is a representation of a matter of fact either present or past, made by words or otherwise, that is known by the person who makes it to be false and that is made with a fraudulent intent to induce the person to whom it is made to act on it.

Kraut George V didn’t forge and adopt a new surname called Windsor. Families in the UK, Canada and the USA bore the surname Windsor long before Kraut George V assumed the alias Windsor during WWI to conceal the fact that he and his family were German. To conceal the fact that he too was Canada and Britain’s WWI enemy. Kraut George V conspired with his German cousin to wage WWI for the Crown.

The Windsor family surname was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between 1840 and 1920. The most Windsor families were found in United Kingdom in 1891. In 1840 there were 26 Windsor families living in New York. New York had the highest population of Windsor families in 1840.

Kraut George V purposefully assumed an English alias with German origins. The town of Windsor was founded by Saxons. The Saxons were a group of Germanic peoples whose name was given in the early Middle Ages to a large country near the North Sea coast of northern Germania, in what is now Germany.

By assuming an alias with German origins Kraut George V continued to rule England during WWI as a German monarchy.

It’s imperative Canadians know that the UK’s monarchy are German and that they are German today despite what Kraut George V did in 1917. Because, in 1919 all German monarchies, all German kings, grand dukes, dukes, and princes, were abolished, including Kraut George V’s Saxe-Coburg & Gotha/alias Windsor monarchy.

On August 19, 1919, when the Weimar Constitution went into effect, all the German nobility’s legal privileges and titles were forever abolished.

All German nobility as a legally defined class were forever abolished including the UK’s German Saxe-Coburg & Gotha monarchy and Germany’s House of Hanover – the monarchy that all UK monarchies derive their legitimacy from.

Abolish means to end the observance or effect of (something, such as a law) : to completely do away with (something) : annul (to declare or make legally invalid or void)

If someone in authority abolishes a system or practice, they formally put an end to it.