Pavlo Lapshyn, a 25-year-old scientist from the Ukraine came to Birmingham in the UK in April 2013 after winning a prestigious placement at a software company. A special awards ceremony was held at the British ambassador’s residence in Kiev.
What the British were unaware of was that Lapshyn was a KT operative who had decided to go on a crusade against Islam, and there is no better place to do so than in Western Europe. The media has been very hush about Pavlo, which is somewhat unusual given the circumstances.
Here is a timeline of the events:
7 August – Pavlo Lapshyn causes an accidental explosion while experimenting with hydrogen peroxide based explosives.
24 April – Pavlo Lapshyn moves to Birmingham from the Ukraine, after securing a work placement at software firm Delcam PLC.
29 April – Mohammed Saleem is executed in Birmingham.
21 May – Lapshyn adds a video on Timothy McVeigh on his VK account.
22 May – The British soldier Lee Rigby is executed by Jihadists in Woolwich.
24 May – Lapshyn posts a video on Hitler Jugend training. Later deleted.
14 June – Lapshyn posts a poem of Russian imprisoned neo-Nazi Nikola Korolyov. Later deleted.
21 June – Lapshyn posts a picture of Timothy McVeigh and audio biography.
21 June – Lapshyn detonates a small explosive at a mosque in Walsall. 150 homes are evacuated following the blast, nobody is hurt.
27 June – Lapshyn posts a link to the Russian translation of William Pierce’s Hunter.
28 June – Lapshyn detonates a small explosive at a mosque in Wolverhampton.
28 June – Lapshyn posts a link to the interview with Abe Finkelstein on “Jewish domination”.
12 July – Lapshyn sets off a medium explosive at a mosque in Tipton. The nail bomb goes off at the time the mosque typically holds its prayer meeting, but this day’s meeting was delayed by one hour due to the Ramadan.
17 July – Lapshyn posts a message on the National Socialist Underground along with a song by the German White Power band Hassgesang.
18 July – Lapshyn is arrested.
22 July – Lapshyn is charged with committing an act of terrorism.
25 October – Lapshyn is given a life sentence, of which a minimum of 40 years need to be served.
The British media remained very silent about this arrest. What is known is that the explosive used was hydrogen peroxide based. The police officers interrogating him called him calm, calculated, and committed. Just bits and pieces have been released about these interviews.
Based on the available evidence Lapshyn was most likely a Knights Templar, I base this on the media silence in combination with the miss-information that was spread by the media.
It’s very unlikely for people who support Timothy McVeigh to not support Anders Behring Breivik. McVeigh bombed a US government building in response to the (unlawful) prosecution of White Nationalist under Bill Clinton which resulted in the Ruby ridge incident (2 dead), the Waco siege (76 dead), among other incidents.
The Turner Diaries and Hunter are two works by William Luther Pierce that are central ideological works that influenced both Breivik and McVeigh. Especially in the USA they are worried by this ideology because it is almost identical to the ideology of the American founding fathers, which creates a dilemma because all people have to do is quote the American founding fathers, and these quotes are well written, radical, and leave little to the imagination. Then comes the difficult task for the SS (Secret Service) to figure out who is a threat, and who isn’t, while knowing that the most dangerous people are the ones who remain silent and draw very little attention to their person.
The Turner Diaries also detail the execution of Cultural Marxist and other traitors, who in the novel are hung from street lamps after the White Resistance takes over control of the American West Coast.
This being said the question becomes whether Pavlo Lapshyn considered himself a Knights Templar, and whether he intentionally traveled to Western Europe to combat Islam. The question also becomes whether the system would cover it up if he told them Breivik was an inspiration to him.
The answer to the first question is that Lapshyn researched where to purchase explosives prior to coming to the UK. It was real stupid of the UK police to mention this as this shows his dedication, which means that considering the available evidence Lapshyn must have been a strong supporter of Breivik for A) Bombing a government building and B) killing 76 Cultural Marxists. It also shows that UK intelligence is storing every single webpage visit, and is able to trace down which person was the one visiting the webpage.
It’s also interesting to point out that psychotic mass murderers are readily linked to Breivik, while a calm, calculated, and committed person like Lapshyn is not. This implies the Cultural Marxists will from now on try to under report on the serious opponents of their ideology. This so called cordon sanitaire has been erected around Breivik, who has discovered that not a single officially recognized journalist is allowed or willing to interview him.
So my conclusion is that Lapshyn is a Knights Templar Operative. He failed to get his message out, but he published enough clues on VK to link himself to Breivik without directly mentioning Breivik or 2083. He would have avoided mentioning Breivik to draw minimum attention to himself as he was most likely planning to set off a large bomb on July 22nd.
This would in turn mean the UK authorities are trying to censor Lapshyn, in the same invasive and all encompassing manner the Norwegian authorities are trying to censor Breivik. Keep in mind that the first step in any conflict is for the opposition to be ignored, marginalized, intimidated, and silenced. This however is a tricky game to play as it would backfire if it would become known that they are trying to cover it up, but if this were to happen they would claim that they are trying to keep copy-cat acts of terrorism to a minimum, and they will claim Lapshyn wouldn’t have radicalized if it hadn’t been for all the media attention Breivik received.
Some police officers will however believe that only the truth, and nothing but the truth, stands in between freedom and totalitarianism, and they will realize that they are now effectively part of a police state that treats its citizens as a bunch of idiots who need to be lied to by their ‘benevolent’ government. It’s important for concerned police officers to consider becoming a whistle blower, but they must keep in mind that the mainstream media will not only refuse to report on the matter, but they may try to reveal their identity and accuse them of being far-right sympathizers.
If you want to write Pavlo Lapshyn you’ll have to email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to Prisoner Location Service, P.O. Box 2152, BIRMINGHAM, B15 1SD and provide them with:
- Your full name
- Your date of birth
- Your full address including postcode
- Reason for enquiry
- Full name of the person you want to contact
- Date of birth of the person you want to contact
Expect to be visited by the police if you write Lapshyn and to be placed on a black-list. There is also the risk of your name being leaked, which then in turn means the anti-fascists will blog about you. Emailing my gmail address from a non-gmail address might get you in trouble as well, so safest would be to join VK.
The best defense against a police visit is to record your meeting and place a transcript of the meeting online. Keep in mind not to lie to the police, and to have them clearly explain to what extent you are to cooperate, and what the consequences are for non-cooperation. It’s also important to have them clearly detail which actions they want you to undertake, which most likely are A) to stop writing B) to stop criticizing your Cultural Marxist government C) to stop worrying about the coming civil war and instead focus on materialism, social standing, and being a good sheep.
The same goes for anti-fascists, the media doesn’t report on acts of terrorism and political intimidation committed by anti-fascists, which means that a recording can be helpful. Anti-fascists typically operate by contacting the people you know about your activities, but if that doesn’t work they will likely visit you in person.