Espionage during the middle-ages was the role of Ambassadors and envoys. The Prussian army would exploit this tactic powerfully, as their method was one of infiltration and then, invasion. They did this via the use of nobility and secret societies.
This is evidenced in 1871 when the Prince of Prussia was appointed as the Emperor of Germany. The Prussians are masters of deception. They love to [appear] weak and irrelevant. The have convinced the world that monarchies are no longer influential in society. Recall the UK in 1666: With people uprising and calling out a tyrannical kingdom, the UK was conquered by William of Orange, who created the City of London corporation. This elevated the people’s Parliament above the Crown. Patriots celebrated, believing that they finally controlled their nation. However, it was all an illusion, as the Bank of England was about to be created, in order to help them “build back better” after decades wars and economic hardship.
This entire transition was overseen by the House of Orange. The people were not free; they were under Prussian rule. Prussia was road-testing how government and a central bank could rule a nation, making them feel free, while taxing them into oblivion. Following their success, they would eventually do the same to the United States in the early 1800s, creating a solid base from which to control every nation on earth via a central bank. The playbook used in the 1600s is exactly the same as the one being used today, world-wide. If your government tells you that you’re free, you are a slave to an invisible hand.
Curiously, a recent Guardian article in October 2021 revealed the “brainless secrecy by senior officials that characterize the royal family’s relationship with the world of espionage through the ages.”
Particularly note the last lines in the screen-grab below: “each attempting to manipulate European royalty…”
This raises some interesting questions:
Why would envoys need to get on the right side of European royalty?
Was it because they all knew that the monarchy was spying and had infiltrators everywhere?
Did they believe the royals used such information for the purposes of control, as it was considered to “benefit… nations”?
What relationship do monarchy have with the centralized banking system?
So, if the Prussians had a culture where espionage was carried out by Ambassadors (or via similar roles), the let’s look at the origins of the fake Russia-collusion narrative around the 2016 US election. Look at the back-channel flow of information from foreign allies to the US Intel Agencies. Who were the “authorities” involved?
Alexander Downer - Aust. High Commissioner to UK.
Elizabeth Dibble - Deputy chief of mission at the U.S. embassy in London.
Kim Darroch - British Ambassador to the United States.
They will likely all be Prussian nobility or envoys, at the very least.
What we do know, is that Donald Trump loves to publicly target his true enemies. It is absolutely possible that he knew who was involved in crafting the false Trump-Russia narrative, thereby participating in an act of war against a foreign ally.
Another example, was the takeover of the “Free State of Prussia” in 1932. Notice the ‘Chancellor’ leading the way. The pretext was violence as a result of a useless Prussian government. This pattern of ‘coordinated’ unrest was the predicate that ushered in a new regime of power. This was to see the entry of Hitler into leadership.