This is adapted from holodomorinfo.com, with only minor alterations made to the text. This article is about Lenin, who was the first leader of the USSR. Lenin came from a wealthy bourgeois family. His brother had been involved in the assassination of a royal some years before the Russian Revolution. Lenin was a fanatic of communism. He thought that genocide was a suitable tool to use if people got in the way of the path of communism. As a result, many atrocities occurred to the Soviet people under the communists, particularly during Lenin and Stalin’s time.
Lenin – The Jewish Architect of European Genocide
Since the very vocal collapse of economic Communism, coursing an unavoidable explosion of activity surrounding the Jewish Bolshevik mass slaughter in Europe, a skew often centres on the the years 1932 to 1933. This was horrific, and loss of life has been listed as anywhere between 7 million to 7.5 million, although figures have been as high as 10 million deaths. Yet, the butchery had been in place for a decade before this period, due to Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov-Blank, better known as Vladimir Lenin.
This Jewish Communist terrorist, mass murderer, propagandist and dictator of the Soviet Empire, established after the Jews took control of Russia during the Bolshevik Revolution, is the architect of European genocide. In fact, the nature of their Jewish revolution was extermination, and not betterment of Europeans. While it was the Jew Karl Marx, with the help of his teacher Moses Hess, the philosophical father of Zionism, who invented Communism; in fact, Marx was the first to advocate racial genocide. Meant for Europeans of Basque, Breton, Serbian and Scottish heritage, he used the term ‘racial trash’, and recommended a revolutionary ‘holocaust’.
Living a parasitic life and not himself a worker, Lenin provoked the reality of the Marxist Communist plan, when he implemented the foreign artificial politic of Leninism. On the surface, it presents a ‘utopian equality’, impossible as it does not exist in nature. This can be clarified by looking at the sexes. If nature wanted them to be ‘equal’ or the same, why not make them androgynous? In reality, man and woman are meant to be different, to complement each other. The only way one achieves ‘equality’ is to eradicate differences – sexual, racial and cultural, and reduce the masses by force to the lowest common denominator.
In October 1919, Lenin paid a secret visit to the laboratory of the great physiologist I. P. Pavlov, a Russian physiologist, known chiefly for the concept of the conditioned reflex. In his classic experiment, he found that a hungry dog can be trained to associate the sound of a bell with food and will salivate at the sound, even in the absence of food. Lenin wanted to find out if his work on the conditional reflexes of the brain might help the Bolsheviks control European behaviour. “I want the masses of Russia to follow a Communistic pattern of thinking and reacting,” Lenin explained. Pavlov was astounded. It seemed that Lenin wanted him to do for humans what he had already done for dogs. “Do you mean that you would like to standardise the population of Russia? Make them all behave in the same way?” he asked. “Exactly” replied Lenin. “Man can be corrected. Man can be made what we want him to be.” …
The ultimate aim of the Jewish Communist system is the mechanization of nature; i.e., European ‘man WILL live by bread alone’, and show no idealism or spiritual content. Consequently, not long after the Bolshevik Revolution, Pavlov became an outspoken opponent of the Communist government. He stated publicly, “If that which the Jewish Bolsheviks are doing with Russia is an experiment, for such an experiment I should regret giving even a frog.” Even so, Lenin’s regime continued to fund Pavlov’s research, making it clear that Lenin and his Bolsheviks viewed Pavlov’s approach to psychology as confirmation of the animalistic nature of European peoples, as well as a method of automatizing European society.
At great pains to appear Russian and atheistic, this aspect of Lenin’s character reveals just how deep his Jewish roots are. References to the European as ‘goyim’ or cattle are rife throughout the Talmud; the most dramatic of which states categorically that “Jehovah created the Goy in human form so that the Jew would not have to be served by beasts. The Goy is consequently an animal in human form, and condemned to serve the Jew day and night.” Midrash Talpioth p. 225-L Therefore, rather than being an atheist, Lenin is clearly attempting to carry out the ‘laws’ of his Talmud, and turn Europeans into unquestioning ‘beasts of burden’ to the Jewish Bolsheviks.
Sold on the international market, grain seizure was merely a profitable outcome of genocide. Lenin’s view on the situation was that “the peasant must do a bit of starving so as to relieve the factories and towns from complete starvation.” Already hit by a bad harvest, Lenin’s ‘beasts of burden’ or slave labour, clearly how he viewed Europeans, survived on starvation rations, if at all.
In keeping with the execution of this Communist policy, Lenin constructed the Gulag slave system that tortured and worked many millions to death. Whilst one cannot ring a bell to make the ‘animal’ behave, perpetual fear just may. Long-time head of Comintern (the Communist International) Grigory Zinoviev, a Jewish Communist terrorist and Holodomor perpetrator, had a strong relationship with Lenin. His quote of 1918 establishes a deliberate policy of terror and mass slaughter were on the cards, “We must carry along with us 90 million out of the 100 million the Soviet population. As for the rest, we have nothing to say to them. They must be annihilated”. Confirmation came from Lenin himself: “Put more force into the terror. Shoot every tenth person; place all the suspects in concentration camps!”
Consequently, it was under Lenin that the most horrific torture took place. Eyes were poked out, tongues cut off, and victims were buried alive. Jewish Communist Cheka (guards) cut open their victim’s stomach, pulled out a length of small intestine, nailed it to a telegraph pole, and with a club forced the victim to run circles around the pole until the whole intestine became unravelled. Children caught eating what was considered ‘state grain’ were shot as ‘traitors’ to the state. Consequently, deportation to gulags was familiar and often Europeans would be taken with no explanation. Possibly the most infamous gulag was Nazino, also known as ‘Cannibal Island’. Speculation has it that, as news of the horrific tortures committed against Europeans on this desolate Siberian Island, hit the Jewish press, they endeavoured to deflect consequences away from their tribe.
In December of 1922, Lenin established a Jewish regime based on terror and murder that lasted 69 years and slaughtered well over 60 million Europeans.
A lie told often enough becomes the truth. On December 8, 1991, this Jewish Bolshevik regime, constructed under the guise of the Soviet Union, was dissolved. It is interesting to note, however, that this coincided with a violent upsurge of the European physical and psychological violation that is political correctness (cultural Marxism). It was Lenin who said, “A lie told often enough becomes truth”. Perhaps that is why an ‘iron curtain’ lies across the Jewish tribe, while another Nation is hung for its crimes.
Adapted from holodomorinfo.com