Note that North Korea’s system has evolved away from communism and is closer to national socialism. Private property is allowed in North Korea and some free markets operate there. In communism, all property is owned by the state. Private ownership is abolished. In both systems, the government is dictatorial – no free elections are allowed. Korean nationalism is strong in North Korea. In the USSR, the nationalist government was toppled and a “foreign” government was installed – rule by the Jewish Nation. 80% of the first USSR government was Jewish. Therefore, the government of the USSR can be considered to be a “Jewish Nationalist” government. The USSR was the second nation to recognize the newly established nation of Israel. When communism started to decline in the USSR, many Jews in the communist leadership and their children migrated to Israel.
“When the USSR began to decline, writes [a former KGB officer married to a Jewish officer in the same force], ‘the flower of this educated leadership and their children emigrated to Israel and the West.’ I can’t help but wonder how many of these criminals now reside in the United States.” [KUROPAS, M., 8-14-94, p. 77]
Roza Zemlyachka – organizer of Red Terror in Crimea; took a personal hand in torturing prisoners
Adapted from nekropole.info (alterations made to correct grammar; author not a native English speaker)
(Real name: Rozalia Samuilovna Zalkind)
Birth Date: 01.04.1876
Rozalia Samuilovna Zalkind, known under the nickname “The Devil” (for personal participation in mass executions), and also under the name Zemlyachka, was a Russian revolutionary, Soviet politician, and statesman. She was the first woman to receive the Order of the Red Banner in the USSR.
Born in a wealthy family of merchants of the 1st Guild, she received an excellent education in Kiyv, and later, at the University of Lyon, in the medical faculty.
From age of 17, she was involved in revolutionary activities and never worked in any paid job until the October Revolution.
She is best known for her involvement in the organization of the First Russian Revolution, and as a member of the “troika”- Crimean Revolutionary Committee of the Communist Party. She, along with Bela Kun, was one of the organizers of the Red Terror in the Crimea in 1920-1921, a massacre of former soldiers of the White Army.
Under her direct command, more than 120,000 soldiers and officers were executed. She was personally involved in the executions.
From memories of Sergey Melgunov, who was in Crimea at that time:
Above adapted from nekropole.info
Work of the hands of the Jewish – Jewish authorities in Crimea (wielki-terror)
The Jews carry the female corpses of their victims wielki-terror
In the picture below, the man’s intestine is being wrapped around the tree trunk.
“żydo-czekistowskie zabawy w przerwie po cięzkiej pracy wyzwalania proletariatu (The Jews have fun after the hard work of liberating the proletariat.) wielki-terror
Maxim Gorky: “They would open a prisoner’s belly, take out the small intestine and nailing it to a tree or telegraph pole, they drove the man around the tree with blows, watching the intestine unwind through the wound.”
Reproduced from: The Enigma Channel enigmatv.com
The World’s Most Evil Woman
June 10, 2015
Two of the most brutal mass murderers of all time were Ms. Roza Zemlyachka (actually her real name was Rozalia Zalkind) and Bela Kun (Aaron Kohn), who was a member of a prominent lodge of Freemasons. Aaron Kohn came from Hungary and was known as the RED TERROR OF HUNGARY. His serial killing partner was Ms. Roza Zemlyachka who was called the “Fury of the Communist Terror” – together they made a formidable double-act of blood! They were mass murderers and millionaires!
Ms. Roza Zemlyachka was an utterly merciless and power-crazy woman who worked as a Chekist in the Crimea together with two other Jewish serial killers: Bela Kun and Boris Feldman – their mass murdering sprees were Russian state secrets until 1990.
Roza Zemlyachka makes Charles Manson look like ‘Dougal’ in the Magic Roundabout … She was born on the 1st of April 1876 and died on the 21st of January 1947 – during her life she murdered more people than any other woman to have lived in recent times. She eventually became the Communist Party Secretary of the Kremlin and, in 1939, vice-chairman of the Council of People’s Commissaries (that is: deputy prime minister)… She was partly responsible for the TERRORIST CAMPAIGN which is now known as ‘Red Terror‘, which was a campaign of mass killings, torture, and systematic oppression conducted by the Bolsheviks after they seized power in Petrograd and Moscow in 1917.
Soviet history describes the Red Terror as having been officially announced on September 1918 by Yakov Sverdlov and ending about October 1918 – but nearly all the Wiki pages and history books fail to mention that the murderers and policy designers of the Red Terror came from the same Hebrew background.
The Cheka (the Bolshevik secret police) conducted the mass repressions – one can only say that it was inspired from a furious revenge on the Ukrainians … Estimates for the total number of people killed in the Red Terror range from 50,000 to two million.
Rozalia Zalkind’s methods of execution were too nasty even for Dzerzhinsky in Moscow! Bela Kun and Roza Zemlyachka were particularly greedy when they went out on their forays. They managed to grab an unusually large amount of gold in Sevastopol which is the Crimean port currently under siege by former KGB agent Putin. These two serial killers at the top of the Kremlin hierarchy became fabulously wealthy.
At the same time, they took the opportunity to murder as many people as they could. It was an integral part of Bela Kun’s cruelty that he raped his female victims. This pair managed to murder 8,364 people in the Ukrainian port of Sevastopol during the first week of November 1920. 50,000 “enemies of the people” were killed in the Crimea, according to official sources (12,000 in Simferopol, 9,000 in Sevastopol, 5,000 in Yalta). The Russian author Shmelev, however, states that at least 120,000 people were murdered by them in the Crimea. Bela Kun used to lend a hand at mowing people down with several machine guns simultaneously – the body count would easily reach 70 people per minute. He became infamous as “the Commissary for Death”. Dzerzhinzky called him a lunatic.
Leon Trotsky, whose real name was Bronstein, personally gave Bela Kun orders to shoot 40,000 captured officers in the Crimea (this is confirmed by historic documents republished by Dagens Nyheter in November 1993).
These serial killers were also freemasons! Bela Kun led the Communist terror regime in Hungary. He was a Master of the Johannes Lodge in Debrecen. He was also a member of B’nai B’rith.
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Lavrentiy Beria – head of the Cheka
Reproduced from: deathofcommunism
Exposing the Jewish Criminal Lavrentiy Beria
Lavrentiy Pavlovich Beria was a Jewish fiend and mass murderer born on March 29th, 1899. Beria was a Bolshevik politician, a state security administrator, chief of the Jewish NKVD between 1939-45 under Stalin (Jew) during the great purges, and Deputy Premier from 1946–53. His last name “Beria” is a derivative of the Jewish “Bar” no different from “Barry,” Berry,” they are all Jewish names. Beria was known to speak Yiddish, and is noted for talking Yiddish with Stalin’s children. Lavrentiy Beria was responsible for many imprisonments, deportations, mass killings, personally torturing people, and multiple accounts of rape and sexual assault.
In 1922, Beria was deputy head of the Georgian branch of the Cheka’s successor, the OGPU. The word “Cheka” is a Yiddish expression for animal slaughter. The Cheka, OGPU, GPU, NKVD, KGB are all jewish security forces, whose sole purpose is to follow the wretched orders of the Jews in charge. In the 1920s and early 1930s Beria quickly climbed his way up through the ranks of the Cheka and its successors: the GPU, the OGPU and later the NKVD. He ruthlessly blackmailed officials in order to gain political backing and promotions. He would often set up his superiors with married women and then exposed the affairs, ruining them and then taking their posts when they resigned in disgrace. He was seen as vicious in his means to gain power and climb the ranks, but it would also seem that wherever he went, people died or were reported missing.
When Stalin’s purge of the Communist Party and government began in 1934 after the assassination of Leningrad party boss Sergei Kirov ( December 1, 1934), Beria ran the purges in Transcaucasia, and used it as an opportunity to settle many old scores. Beria would murder as many old Bolsheviks as he could, thus eliminating as many of Stalin’s old political rivals as possible and going so far as to order the mass executions of several thousand political prisoners he had already sent to detention camps. He supervised a purge of the secret service bureaucracy itself and administered the vast network of labour camps or Gulags set up throughout the country. Under Beria, over 500 NKVD agents and 30,000 Red Army officers were executed. In addition, the NKVD was responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of ordinary Soviet citizens which were convicted of high treason by false, and absurd accusations.
In June 1937 Beria said in a speech, “Let our enemies know that anyone who attempts to raise a hand against the will of our people (the jews), against the will of the party of Lenin (jew) and Stalin (jew), will be mercilessly crushed and destroyed ”…. And under Beria’s orders a massive terror ensued. Beria, himself greatly enjoyed beating, torturing, raping and killing many victims.
In September, Beria was appointed head of the Main Administration of State Security (GUGB) of the NKVD, and in November he succeeded Yezhov (Jew) as NKVD head (Yezhov was executed in 1940). The NKVD was purged next, with half its personnel replaced by Beria loyalists. Beria was a “do what I say, or I’ll kill you and your family,” type of person…Excuse me, type of Jew.
In 1938 Joseph Stalin told Nikolai Yezhov that he needed some help in running the People’s Commissariat for Internal Affairs (NKVD) and asked him to choose someone. Simon Sebag Montefiore commented: “Stalin may have wanted a Caucasian, perhaps convinced that the cut-throat traditions of the mountains – blood feuds, vendettas and secret murders – suited the position. Beria was a natural, the only First Secretary who personally tortured his victims. The blackjack – the zhgtrti – and the truncheon – the dubenka – were his favourite toys (they are both baton-like weapons).
In March 1939, Beria became a candidate member of the Communist Party’s Politburo (Many of the members were Jewish). Although he did not become a full member until 1946, he was already one of the senior leaders of the Soviet state. Beria is noted for being very easy on and even benevolent towards the Jews. Even though some sources try and state that some of the Soviet Union and Stalin were anti semitic, this is not true. Stalin was Jewish, and many of the Soviet Union leaders were Jews and others under the control of Jews.
The Katyn massacre, also known as the Katyn Forest massacre took place in 1940, and was a series of mass executions of Polish nationals and military officers, but there were also executions of the intelligentsia, doctors, priests and others carried out by the Soviet secret Jewish police NKVD. Based on Lavrentiy Beria’s proposal to execute all members of the Polish Officer Corps, dated 5 March 1940, and with Stalin’s approval, Beria’s NKVD executed a total of over 22,000 people, but the most commonly cited estimate was 21,768. Having retaken the Katyn area almost immediately after the Red Army had recaptured Smolensk, around September–October 1943, NKVD forces began a cover-up operation. Witnesses were “interviewed”, and threatened with arrest for collaborating with the Nazis if their testimonies disagreed with the official line. As none of the documents found on the dead had dates later than April 1940, the Soviet secret police planted false evidence to place the apparent time of the massacre in the summer of 1941, when the German military had controlled the area. A preliminary report was issued by NKVD operatives Vsevolod Merkulov and Sergei Kruglov, dated 10–11 January 1944, concluding that the Polish officers were shot by German soldiers (Jewish lie).
From October 1940 to February 1942, the NKVD under Beria carried out a new purge of the Red Army and related industries. In February 1941, Beria became Deputy Chairman of the Council of People’s Commissars. (many of the commissars were Jewish)
In 1944, as the Germans were driven from Soviet soil, Beria was in charge of dealing with the various ethnic minorities accused of collaboration with the Nazis, including the Chechens, the Ingush, the Crimean Tatars and the Volga Germans. All these people were deported to Soviet Central Asia. Beria had also sent out an order to deport 132,000 people from Leningrad, the NKVD had only time to arrest and deport 11,000 soviet citizens of German origin before the German army units forced a suspension of the deportations.
Beria was made Marshal of the USSR in 1945, although he never participated in any military operations. He was also a member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party and of the executive policy-making body, the Politburo, in March of 1946.
Shortly after the atomic bombings of Japan by the US in 1945, Stalin ordered Beria, to have the A-bomb built within five years. A special department was set up at the NKVD, called “Department S” (also known as Bureau #2) to consolidate the research efforts and organize documents gathered about the U.S. A-bomb project through intelligence channels in a successful Soviet espionage campaign . His most important contribution was to provide the necessary workforce for this project, which was extremely labour-intensive. At least 330,000 people, including 10,000 technicians, were involved. The Gulag system provided tens of thousands of people for work in uranium mines and for the construction and operation of uranium processing plants and test facilities. As a result, the bomb was ready within four years.
Later in his memoirs, Nikita Khrushchev recalled: “Beria and I started to see each other frequently at Stalin’s. At first I liked him. We had friendly chats and even joked together quite a bit, but gradually his political complexion came clearly into focus. I was shocked by his sinister, two-faced, scheming hypocrisy.” If Khrushchev’s description of Beria doesn’t say much, it was rumored that Beria was the only person Joseph Stalin was afraid of …
Khrushchev also wrote that Beria had, immediately after Stalin’s stroke, gone about “spewing hatred against [Stalin] and mocking him.” When Stalin showed signs of consciousness, Beria dropped to his knees and kissed his hand. When Stalin fell unconscious again, Beria immediately stood and spat. After Stalin’s death, Beria was appointed First Deputy Premier and reappointed head of the MVD, which he merged with the MGB.
Beria wanted an alliance with Israel to advance the communist cause in the Middle East. Large amounts of Czech arms were sold to Israel on his direct orders. Beria (along with Mikoyan) also worked with Mao Zedong (funded by Jews) in the Chinese Civil War. Greatly helping the communist success by letting the Communist Party of China use Soviet-occupied Manchuria as a staging area and arranging huge weapons shipments to the People’s Liberation Army, mainly from the recently captured equipment of the Japanese Kwantung Army.
On 26 June 1953, Beria was arrested and held in an undisclosed location near Moscow. Accounts of Beria’s fall vary. Beria and all the other defendants were sentenced to death on December 23, 1953. At Beria’s trial in 1953, it became known that he was the subject of a significant number of rape and sexual assaults. In 2003 his cases files in the Soviet archives were opened. They recorded Beria had committed dozens of sexual assaults during the years he was NKVD chief. Simon Sebag-Montefiore, a biographer of Stalin, concluded the information “reveals a sexual predator who used his power to indulge himself in obsessive depravity.” There were also many allegations that he had contracted syphilis.
These records contained the official testimony from Colonel R.S. Sarkisov and Colonel V. Nadaraia, two of Beria’s most senior NKVD bodyguards. They stated that on warm nights during the war years, Beria was often driven slowly through the streets of Moscow in his armored Packard limousine. He would point out young women to be detained and escorted to his mansion where wine and a feast awaited them (while many people in the USSR starved). After dining, Beria would take the women into his soundproofed office and rape them. Beria’s bodyguards reported that their orders included handing each victim a flower bouquet as she left Beria’s house. The implication being that to accept made it consensual; refusal would mean arrest. But there are reports of Beria calling the bouquet a funeral wreath, as a sick joke, because he in some cases not only would rape the women but kill them.
Khrushchev in his published memoirs wrote: “We were given a list of more than 100 names of women. They were dragged to Beria by his people. And he had the same trick for them all: all who got to his house for the first time, Beria would invite for a dinner and would propose to drink for the health of Stalin. And in wine, he would mix in some sleeping pills.
Some women would submit to Beria’s sexual advances in exchange for the promise of freeing their relatives from the Gulag. In one case, Beria picked up Tatiana Okunevskaya – a well-known Soviet actress – under the pretence of bringing her to perform for the Politburo. Instead he took her to his dacha where he offered to free her father and grandmother from NKVD prison if she submitted. He then raped her telling her “scream or not, it doesn’t matter.” Yet Beria already knew her relatives had been executed months earlier. Okunevskaya was arrested shortly afterwards and sentenced to solitary confinement in the Gulag, from which she survived.
Prior to and during the war, Beria directed Sarkisov to keep a running list of the names and phone numbers of his sexual encounters. Eventually he ordered Sarkisov to destroy the list because it was a security risk, but the colonel retained a secret handwritten copy. When Beria’s fall from power began, Sarkisov passed the list to Viktor Abakumov, the former wartime head of SMERSH. He was now chief of the MGB – the successor to the NKVD – who was already aggressively building a case against Beria. Stalin, who was also seeking to undermine Beria, was thrilled by the detailed records kept by Sarkisov, demanding: “Send me everything this asshole writes down!” Sarkisov reported that Beria’s sexual appetite had led to him contracting syphilis during the war for which he was secretly treated without the knowledge of Stalin or the Politburo (a fact Beria later admitted during his interrogation). Although the Russian government acknowledged Sarkisov’s handwritten list of Beria’s victims on January 17, 2003, the victims’ names will not be released until 2028. Jews think that delaying the evidence will make people forget the crimes of this Jewish beast. When the Jews massacred Palestinians and stole their land, they’re quoted as saying, “The old will die, and the young will forget.”
Bodies have been discovered that are contemporary with Beria’s bestial rapes. Evidence suggests that Beria not only abducted and raped women but also murdered them. His villa in Moscow is now the Tunisian Embassy. In the mid 1990s, routine work in the grounds turned up the bone remains of several young girls buried in the gardens. According to Martin Sixsmith, in a BBC documentary, “Beria spent his nights having teenagers abducted from the streets and brought here for him to rape. Those who resisted were strangled and buried in his wife’s rose garden.
“At night he would cruise the streets of Moscow seeking out teenage girls,” Antonov-Ovseyenko has said in an interview. “When he saw one who took his fancy he would have his guards deliver her to his house. Sometimes he would have his henchmen bring five, six or seven girls to him. He would make them strip, except for their shoes, and then force them into a circle on their hands and knees with their heads together. He would walk around in his dressing gown inspecting them. Then he would pull one out by her leg and haul her off to rape her. He called it “the flower game.”
Beria is known to have personally tortured and killed many victims in the purges, particularly women. The graves of many of these people were subsequently discovered in the garden and cellars of his Moscow residence, now the Tunisian Embassy. In 2001 human bones were found concealed behind the kitchen walls when the building was renovated. In the cellars the walls are in places scorched black where, it is said, Beria used a blowtorch to torture confessions out of his victims.
Beria was found guilty of: (Although guilty of so much more)
– Terrorism. Beria’s participation in the Purge of the Red Army in 1941 was classified as an act of terrorism.
– Counter-revolutionary activity during the Russian Civil War.
When the death sentence was passed, Beria pleaded on his knees for mercy before collapsing to the floor and wailing and crying, but to no avail. The other six defendants were executed by firing squad on the same day the trial ended. Beria was executed separately. He was shot through the forehead by General Pavel Batitsky who had to stuff a rag into Beria’s mouth to silence his bawling (his final moments bore great similarity to those of his own predecessor, NKVD Chief Nikolai Yezhov (Jew), who begged for his life before his execution in 1940).
Information about Beria Deleted from wikipedia
Like Stalin, Beria was a Mingrelian from Georgia. He was born into a Jewish family, in Merkheuli, near Sukhumi in the Abkhazian region of Georgia. He was educated at a technical school in Sukhumi, and is recorded as having joined the Bolshevik Party in March 1917 while an engineering student in Baku. (Some sources say that the Baku Party records are forgeries and that Beria actually joined the Party in 1919. It is also alleged that Beria joined and then deserted from the Red Army at this time, but this has not been established.)
In 1999 the Russian historian Anton Antonov-Ovseyenko published Beria, the first fully researched biography of Beria. This book confirmed what had long been claimed by anti-Soviet writers, and alluded to in Khrushchev’s autobiography, but not generally believed: that in addition to his leading role in repression by the Soviet state, Beria was a sadist and a sexual predator.
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Bela Kun – organizer of Red Terror in Crimea
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Béla Kun (1886–1939) was a Jewish mass murderer, a terrorist active in Hungary. He is best known as the Bolshevik leader who led the so-called Hungarian Soviet Republic (communist) in 1919 and also for his genocidal campaign against the gentiles in the Crimea with Rozalia Zemliachka (another Jew). Bela Kun, like many other Jews, changed his name. Béla Magyarized his birth surname from Kohn (Cohn), to Kun in 1904 or 1906, although the almanac of the University of Kolozsvár still referred to him in print by his former name as late as 1909.
Magyarization (also Hungarization) was an assimilation or acculturation process by which non-Hungarian nationals came to adopt the Hungarian (also called “Magyar”) culture and language. When referring to personal and geographic names, Magyarization refers to the replacement of a non-Hungarian name with a Hungarian one.
They are unsure of the exact date that he changed his name, although it is clear that from 1904 all those around him referred to him as Béla Kun rather than Kohn, and he likewise made the Magyar variant his signature.
Kun served on the Kolozsvár Social Insurance Board, from which he was later to be accused of embezzling. A Jew stealing money… sounds about right. He also had a reputation for being ill-tempered.
Kun fought for Austria-Hungary in World War I, and was captured and made a prisoner of war in 1916 by the Russians. He was sent to a POW camp in the Urals, where he became a Communist. Kun became fluent in Russian and he was also fluent in German and competent in English.
In March 1918, in Moscow, Kun co-founded the Hungarian Group of the Russian Communist Party (the predecessor to the Hungarian Communist Party). He travelled widely, including to Petrograd and Moscow. He came to know Vladimir Lenin (Jew) there, but inside the party he promoted ultra-radical left-wing political opposition to Lenin and the mainstream Bolsheviks.
In the Russian Civil War in 1918, Kun fought for the Bolsheviks. During this time, he first started to make detailed plans for a communist revolution in Hungary. Kun founded the Hungarian Communist Party in Budapest on November 4, 1918, with at least several hundred other Hungarian Communists and with a large sum of money provided by the Soviets.
He immediately began a highly energetic propaganda campaign against the government: he and his followers engaged in attacks against the President. In addition, the Communists held frequent marches and rallies and organized strikes. Desiring to foment a revolution in Hungary, he communicated by telegraph with Vladimir Lenin (Jew) to garner support from the Bolsheviks which would ultimately not materialize.
Following the fall of the Hungarian revolution, Kun emigrated to the Soviet Union, where he worked as a functionary in the Communist International bureaucracy. As Kun was known to be friendly with Lenin, it was assumed that including him in the government would bring Soviet aid for war against the Allies.
On 21 March 1919, a Soviet Republic was announced; the Social Democrats and Communists were merged under the interim name Hungarian Socialist Party, and Béla Kun was released from prison and sworn into office. The Hungarian Soviet Republic was the second Communist government in Europe after Russia itself. In the Soviet Republic, Kun served as Commissar for Foreign Affairs but was the dominant personality in the government during its brief existence. As he told Lenin,
“My personal influence in the Revolutionary Governing Council is such that the dictatorship of the proletariat is firmly established, since the masses are backing me.”
Béla Kun’s government refused to redistribute land to the peasantry, thereby alienating the majority of their support in Hungary. Instead, Kun declared that all land was to be converted into collective farms. The masses no longer backed him … To provide food for the cities, the Soviet Republic resorted to food requisitioning in the countryside through a Red militia known as the Lenin Boys (terrorists). This caused further conflict between Kun and his supporters in the countryside.
After a failed anti-communist coup attempt on June 24, Kun organized a response in the form of the Red Terror via secret police, revolutionary tribunals and semi-regular detachments like Tibor Szamuely’s (Jew) bodyguards, the Lenin Boys. Their victims were estimated to range in number from 370 to about 600 persons executed.
The Red Terror in Hungary was a series of atrocities aimed at crushing political rivals during the four-month regime of the Hungarian Soviet Republic in 1919. It was so named because of its similarity to the Red Terror in Soviet Russia in both purpose and effect. It was soon to be followed by the White Terror against communists.
Hungary was soon at war later in April with the Kingdom of Romania and Czechoslovakia, both aided by France. The Hungarian Red Army achieved some success against the Czechoslovaks, taking much of Slovakia by June.
The Allied Commander in the Balkans, the French Marshal Louis Franchet d’Esperey wrote to Marshal Ferdinand Foch on 21 July 1919: “We are convinced that the Hungarian offensive will collapse of its own accord … You see, Marshal, we have nothing to fear from the Hungarian army. I can assure you that the Hungarian Soviets will last no more than two or three weeks. And should our offensive not bring the Kun regime down, its untenable internal situation surely will.” Communism will always fail!
The Soviets promised to invade Romania and link up with Kun and were on verge of doing so, but military reversals suffered by the Red Army in Ukraine stopped the invasion of Romania before it began. The Romanians then invaded Hungary, took Budapest, crushed the Communists, and on August 1, 1919, forced them to hand over power to the Social Democratic Party. The Hungarian Soviet Republic fell in the first week of August 1919, when Romanian forces deployed to fend off the Hungarian invasion pushed all the way into Budapest. Szamuely fled to Austria but was caught and killed there. József Cserny was arrested and tried in November 1919; the Hungarian Bar Association refused to defend him at trial, so a lawyer was appointed by the court. He was executed in December.
Béla Kun then went into exile in Vienna, then controlled by the Social Democratic Party of Austria. He was captured and interned in Austria, but was released in exchange for Austrian prisoners in Russia in July 1920. He never returned to Hungary. Once in Russia, he rejoined the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Kun was put in charge of the regional Revolutionary Committee in Crimea.
It was in Crimea that the White Russians led by General Wrangel made their last stand against the Red Army in 1920. Kun, with Lenin’s approval, also executed around 50,000 White prisoners of war and civilians. They had surrendered after having been promised amnesty if they would surrender. While in control of the Crimea, he carried out a policy of mass arrests, executions and atrocities. In the process, between 60,000 and 70,000 inhabitants of the Crimea were shot.
Kun became a leading figure in the Comintern as an ally of Grigory Zinoviev (Jew). In March 1921, he was sent to Germany to advise the Communist Party of Germany (KPD). On 27 March, German Communist Party leaders decided to launch a revolutionary offensive in support of miners in central Germany. Kun was the driving force behind the German Communist attempted revolutionary campaign known as “Märzaktion” (“March Action”), which ended in complete failure, despite all the violence involved. They had even attempted to dynamite the express train from Halle to Leipzig. Lenin had completely blamed Kun for the failure, denouncing him left and right. This failure resulted in the first purge of the comintern internal ranks.
During the Great Purge of the late 1930s, Kun was accused of Trotskyism and arrested on June 28, 1937. Little was known about his subsequent fate beyond the fact that he never returned, with even an official Hungarian Communist biographer with official access to the Communist International’s archives in Moscow denied information during the mid-1970s.
It was then at last revealed that after a brief period of incarceration and interrogation, Kun was hauled before a judicial troika on charges of having acted as the leader of a “counter-revolutionary terrorist organization.” Kun was found guilty and sentenced to death at the end of this brief secret judicial proceeding. The sentence was carried out later the same day. The Soviet party told its Hungarian counterpart that Kun had died in prison on November 30, 1939. In 1989, the Soviet government announced that Kun had actually been executed in the Gulag more than a year earlier than that, on August 29, 1938.
Bela Kun, mass murder and Jewish communist responsible for the suffering of many … But like many other jewish communist leaders has been praised and remembered with monuments and statues in a tribute, a tribute to Jewish criminals…
Memento Park: Budapest’s Communist-era Monuments
Memento Park is an open-air museum in Budapest dedicated to monumental statues from Hungary’s Communist period (1949-1989), all of which were located around the city until the end of communist rule. There are statues of Lenin, Marx and Engels as well as Hungarian Communist leaders such as Béla Kun, Endre Ságvári (Jew) and Árpád Szakasits.
The Black Book of Communism
Reproduced from deathofcommunism
Bela Kun and Hungary
Complete 13-page chapter taken from Fifty Mutinies, Rebellions and Revolutions from an undated book by Odhams Press, a Jewish publisher in London. The book must have been published in 1938 or 1939. The material is mostly unsourced. I chose it because of the artless dishonesty and bias of the author, presumably Jewish. It’s worth noting that a fairly high proportion of lawyers, academics and so on were Jewish in Hungary at the time; though nobody would guess so from this piece. Naturally this affected the Austro-Hungarian Empire. And note that many of the supposed nuclear program in the USA before and after 1945 were Hungarian Jews, typically chemical engineers, forming a tight group to make money from the fraud. (Mining and ore processing around the area dates back to Jacob Fugger, and indeed back to the Bronze Age). ‘Gorge Soros’ is another Hungarian Jew.
The Austro-Hungarian Empire, Russia, and Germany could not survive the stresses of the disaster of the First World War, and this piece gives some idea of the destruction, chaos, and killings of Jewish so-called ‘Communists’.
I was tempted to add underlinings to a few of the more strikingly ridiculous passages, but haven’t done this yet.
IN November, 1918, a party of Red Cross men from Soviet Russia with unexceptionable passports crossed the frontier of the newly born Hungarian Republic.
The passports were false and the men had little connection with the Red Cross but a very close one with the Red Flag. Their leader, a small, slightly misshapen Jew, with a broad, intelligent face, was bound for Budapesth on a mission which was to have the gravest consequences for the country—and which had nothing whatever to do with succouring the sick. The name on his passport issued by Lenin was Major Sebestyen. His real name was Bela Kun.
This young man, only thirty years old, destined in a few months to become the dictator of Hungary, had been for two years a prisoner of war in Russia. His career up to the time of his capture had been somewhat inglorious. He had made a scant living as a rather seedy journalist in Budapesth. He was a Socialist in a mild way, and after a time took a post in the provinces as secretary of a workmen’s benefit association. He earned very little, money was scarce, and presently he was involved in the disappearance of a part of the association’s funds. Steps were being taken towards his prosecution when the Great War broke out.
Hungary, as part of the Austrian Empire, was of course on the German side. Bela Kun joined a cavalry regiment. He was not a good soldier, and his small stature, his ugliness and his ineptitude made him the butt of his comrades in arms. Only the Colonel was kind to him, a kindness which he did not forget when his moment of power came.
In 1916 Bela Kun was taken prisoner by the Russians. He was lent to a prison camp at Tomsk, in Siberia. There he met the ill-fated Radek, who, after the triumph of the Bolsheviks, had been appointed to spread Communist propaganda among the foreign prisoners. Kun embraced Communism with ardour, and set to work to organise an international battalion of prisoners of war to march to the defence of the new Soviet State. He only succeeded in raising thirty volunteers, but as the result of his enthusiasm he soon found himself in St. Petersburg helping to organise Communist propaganda among all prisoners of war. He was responsible [135 136] or a great congress of prisoners in St. Petersburg, he arranged classes for those who were to take on the work of agitation when they returned home, he ran a newspaper in Hungarian, he founded Hungarian and Roumanian socialist groups. His work was so energetic and successful that he became an intimate of Lenin. Lenin trusted him and hoped great things of him.
Meanwhile the War had dragged on to its bitter conclusion.
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Genrikh Yagoda – head of NKVD
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Yagoda (center) inspecting the construction of the Moscow-Volga canal, built by slave labor from the Gulags.
Jewish Communists Who Murdered Millions – Genrikh Yagoda
Alexander Solzhenitsyn is the “father of democracy” in Russia. In one of his books, the first volume of “Gulag Archipelago,” he wrote about how the communists in Russia, who consisted of only the Jews and a tiny minority of Russian criminals, amoral opportunists, and welfare rabble, were able to maintain their grip on all of Russia by keeping the Russian majority, which hated them, too frightened to resist.
Solzhenitsyn writes of the period in 1934 and 1935, when the Jewish commissar Genrikh Yagoda headed the Soviet secret police, and Yagoda’s black vans went out every night in St. Petersburg, known then as Leningrad, to round up “class enemies”: former members of the aristocracy, former civil servants, former businessmen, former teachers and professors and professional people, any Russian — any real Russian — who had graduated from a university. A quarter of the population of the city was arrested and liquidated by Yagoda during this two-year period.
And Solzhenitsyn laments that the citizens of St. Petersburg cowered behind their doors when the black vans pulled up at their apartment houses night after night to arrest their neighbors. If only the decent Russians had fought back, Solzhenitsyn says, if only they had ambushed some of these secret police thugs in the hallways of their apartments with knives and pickaxes and hammers, if only they had spiked the tires of the police vans while the thugs were in the apartments dragging out their victims, they could easily have overwhelmed Yagoda’s forces and forced an end to the mass arrests. But they didn’t fight back, and the arrests and liquidations continued. And so, Solzhenitsyn concludes, because of their cowardice and their selfishness the Russians deserved what the communists did to them. Genrikh Grigor’evich Yagoda (Russian: Генрих Григорьевич Ягода; born Yenokh (Enoch) Gershonovich Ieguda (Russian: Енох Гершонович Иегуда); 1891 – March 15, 1938) was the head of the NKVD, the Soviet internal affairs and border guards body, from 1934 to 1936.
Yagoda was born in Rybinsk in a Jewish family, and joined the Bolsheviks in 1907. After the October Revolution of 1917, he rose through the ranks of the Cheka (the NKVD’s predecessor), becoming Felix Dzerzhinsky’s second deputy in September 1923. After Dzerzhinsky’s death in July 1926, Yagoda became deputy chairman under Vyacheslav Menzhinsky. Due to Menzhinsky’s serious illness, Yagoda was in effective control of the secret police in the late 1920s. In 1931, Yagoda was demoted to second deputy chairman. On July 10, 1934, two months after Menzhinsky’s death, Joseph Stalin appointed Yagoda “People’s Commissar for Internal Affairs,” a position that included oversight of regular as well as secret police.
Yagoda was notorious for his love of gambling and womanizing. When eventually arrested, pornographic material including photographs and films was found in his house.  He may have been involved with the murder of his superior Menzhinsky, whom he was later accused of poisoning, and Sergei Kirov, who was assassinated in December 1934.
Yagoda oversaw the interrogation process leading to the first Moscow Show Trial and subsequent execution of former Soviet leaders Grigory Zinoviev and Lev Kamenev in August 1936, an important milestone in Stalin’s Great Purge. Yagoda was one of the founders of the GULAG concentration camp system in which more then 2 million Russians have perished.  However, on September 16, 1936 he was replaced by Nikolai Yezhov, who oversaw the height of the purges in 1937-1938. In March 1937, Yagoda was arrested. He was found guilty of treason and conspiracy against the Soviet government at the Trial of the Twenty One in March 1938. Solzhenitsyn describes Yagoda as trusting in deliverance from Stalin even during the show trial itself: Just as though Stalin had been sitting right there in the hall, Yagoda confidently and insistently begged him directly for mercy: “I appeal to you! For you I built two great canals!” And a witness reports that at just that moment, a match flared in the shadows behind a window on the second floor of the hall, apparently behind a muslin curtain, and, while it lasted, the outline of a pipe could be seen. Yagoda was executed by shooting shortly after the trial.
Alexander Orlov, another Jew by birth, attributed the following conversation to Yagoda during his last days at the Lubyanka prison before his execution. When asked by his interrogator if he believed in God, Yagoda replied, “From Stalin I deserved nothing but gratitude for my faithful service; from God I deserved the most severe punishment for having violated his commandments thousands of times. Now look where I am and judge for yourself: is there a God, or not…”
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Felix Dzerzhinsky – head of Cheka
Adapted from DeathOfCommunism
Exposing the Jewish Criminal Felix Dzerzhinsky
“We stand for organized terror – this should be frankly admitted. Terror is an absolute necessity” – Felix Dzerzhinsky
Felix Dzerzhinsky (1877 – 1926) was a Jew and an infamous drug-addict and sadist, known for the mass terror he caused as head of the Jewish Cheka. Dzerzhinsky was born on the territory of the Republic of Belarus. Dzerzhinsky father was Jewish and his mother was of Polish origin. His family also spoke Polish and Yiddish. Most sources claim Dzerzhinsky and his family were Catholic due to his father falsifying nobility, trying to hide the fact he was Jewish. His father’s last name was Rubin (Other variations from different sources include Rutin, Rufin) which is a jewish last name.
Before he became an infamous fiend, Dzerzhinsky was considering becoming a Jesuit priest. He later began to take to Marxist ideology and joined a Marxist group, the Union of Workers (Socjaldemokracja Królestwa Polskiego “SDKP”), in 1895. Dzerzhinsky became fluent in four languages: Polish, Russian, Yiddish, and Latin. Dzerzhinsky had worked in a book-binding factory, where he set up an illegal press. Dzerzhinsky was also a follower of Rosa Luxemburg (Jew).
Dzerzhinsky organized a shoemaker’s strike, where he was arrested for “criminal agitation among the Kaunas workers” and the police files from this time state that: “Felix Dzerzhinsky, considering his views, convictions and personal character, will be very dangerous in the future, capable of any crime.”
Dzerzhinsky subsequently became one of the founders of Social Democracy of the Kingdom of Poland and Lithuania (SDKPiL) in 1899. In February of 1900, he was arrested again and served his time at first in the Alexander Citadel in Warsaw and later at the Siedlce prison.
In 1902, Dzerzhinsky was sent deep into Siberia for the next five years in a remote town of Vilyuysk, while en route being temporarily held at the Alexandrovsk Transitional Prison near Irkutsk. To the place of exile he escaped on a boat and later emigrated out of the country.
He then traveled to Berlin where at the SDKPiL conference, Dzerzhinsky was elected a secretary of its party committee abroad (KZ) and met with several prominent leaders of the Polish Social Democratic movement Rosa Luxemburg (Jew) and Leo Jogiches (Jew).
Dzerzhinsky was a Soviet statesman and was a member of several revolutionary committees such as the Polish Revkom, as well as several Russian and Soviet official positions.
• Revkom, was a revolutionary committee created under the patronage of Soviet Russia with the goal to establish a Polish Soviet Socialist Republic.
Dzerzhinsky and other Jews gained control of the party organization through the creation of a committee called the Komitet Zagraniczny or KZ. As secretary of the KZ, Dzerzhinsky was able to dominate the SDKPiL. In Berlin, he organized publishing of “Czerwony Sztandar” and transportation of illegal literature from Kraków to the Congress of Poland.
Later, Dzerzhinsky went to Switzerland where his fiancée Julia Goldman (Jew) was undergoing treatment for tuberculosis. She died on June 4, 1904, and his father also died of tuberculosis. After a failed revolution, Dzerzhinsky was again jailed in July of 1905, this time by the Okhrana. In October, he was released on amnesty.
As a delegate to the 4th Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party, Dzerzhinsky entered the central body of the party. From July through September 1906, he stayed in Saint Petersburg and then returned to Warsaw where he was arrested again in December of the same year.
In June 1907, Dzerzhinsky was released on bail. At the 5th Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party, he was elected in absentia as a member of the Central Committee of the Russian Social-Democratic Labor Party. In April 1908, Dzerzhinsky was arrested once again in Warsaw, and in 1909, he was exiled to Siberia again. As before, Dzerzhinsky managed to escape by November 1909, and then went back to Poland in 1910.
Dzerzhinsky remained to direct the Social Democratic Party, while considering his continued freedom “only a game of the Okhrana”. The Okhrana, however, was not playing a game; Dzerzhinsky was extremely difficult to find. The police, however, were unable to arrest Dzerzhinsky until the end of 1912, when they found the apartment where he lived, by the name of Władysław Ptasiński. Dzerzhinsky would spend the next four and one-half years in tsarist prisons.
Felix Dzerzhinsky was freed from Butyrka after the February Revolution of 1917. Soon after his release, Dzerzhinsky’s goal was to organize Polish refugees in Russia and then go back to Poland and fight for the revolution there.
In Moscow, he joined the Bolshevik party, writing to his comrades that “the Bolshevik party organization is the only Social Democratic organization of the proletariat, and if we were to stay outside of it, then we would find ourselves outside of the proletarian revolutionary struggle”.
In April, he entered the Moscow Committee of the Bolsheviks, and soon thereafter, was elected to the Executive Committee of the Moscow Soviet. Dzerzhinsky endorsed Lenin’s April Theses—demanding uncompromising opposition to the Russian Provisional Government, the transfer of all political authority to the Soviets, and the immediate withdrawal of Russia from the war. Ironically, Dzerzhinsky’s brother, Stanislaw, was murdered on the Dzerzhinsky estate by deserting Russian soldiers that same year.
Dzerzhinsky was elected to the Bolshevik Central Committee at the Sixth Party Congress in late July. He then moved from Moscow to Petrograd to begin his new responsibilities. In Petrograd, Dzerzhinsky participated in the crucial session of the Central Committee in October and he strongly endorsed Lenin’s demands for the immediate preparation of a rebellion, after which Felix Dzerzhinsky had an active role with the Military Revolutionary Committee during the October Revolution. With the acquisition of power by the Bolsheviks, Dzerzhinsky eagerly assumed responsibility for making security arrangements at the Smolny Institute where the Bolsheviks had their headquarters.
Lenin (Jew) regarded Felix Dzerzhinsky as a revolutionary hero and appointed him to organize a force to combat internal threats. On December 20, 1917, the Council of People’s Commissars officially established the All-Russia Extraordinary Commission to Combat Counter-revolution and Sabotage, known as the Cheka. The word “Cheka” is not only an acronym in Russian for “Special Commission for Fighting Counter-Revolution,” but also is a Yiddish expression for animal slaughter.
Dzerzhinsky oversaw the “first camp of the Gulag,” the Solovetsky, where, according to Anne Applebaum’s “Gulag: A History”, “the Cheka learned how to use slave labor for profit.” Records show how brutal, and corrupt Dzerzhinsky’s Cheka was. Stalin had said, “He [Dzerzhinsky] didn’t shirk from dirty work.”
As the Russian Civil War expanded, Dzerzhinsky also began organizing internal security troops to enforce the Cheka’s authority. Tens of thousands of political opponents were shot without trial in the basements of prisons and in public places. Dzerzhinsky said: “We represent in ourselves organized terror—this must be said very clearly,” and “the terrorization, arrests and extermination of enemies of the revolution on the basis of their class affiliation or of their pre-revolutionary roles.”
The Cheka rounded up all those who were under suspicion of not supporting the Jewish Bolshevik government; including civil or military servicemen suspected of working for Imperial Russia; families of officers-volunteers (including children); all clergy; workers, peasants and any other person whose private property was valued at over 10,000 rubles. The Cheka practiced torture and methods included being skinned alive, scalped, “crowned” with barbed wire, impaled, crucified, hanged, stoned to death, tied to planks and pushed slowly into furnaces or tanks of boiling water, or rolled around naked in internally nail-studded barrels. Women and children were also victims of Cheka terror. Women would sometimes be tortured and raped before being shot. Children between the ages of 8 and 13 were imprisoned and executed. Cheka was actively and openly utilizing kidnapping methods, and with it, was able to extinguish numerous people, especially among the rural population. Villages were also bombarded to complete annihilation.
When ordered to their work, they were told: “You are digging your own grave. You must be happy that tomorrow your own kind will be picking up the pieces of your cadavers.” People had their eyes gouged out, their tongues severed, and their ears sliced off. People were also buried alive.
The German Army discovered a chamber full of torture devices, including a testicle-cracker, in an underground chamber in Ukraine in 1941. Adapted dentist drills were used to drill deep into the brain. The Cheka sawed off the top of people’s skulls and forced others to eat their brains. The Jews were free to indulge their most fervent fantasies of mass murder of helpless victims. Gentiles were dragged from their beds, tortured and killed.
Some were actually sliced to pieces, bit by bit, while others were branded with hot irons, their eyes poked out to induce unbearable pain. Others were placed in boxes with only their heads, hands and legs sticking out. Then hungry rats were placed in the boxes to gnaw upon their bodies. Some were nailed to the ceiling by their fingers or by their feet, and left hanging until they died of exhaustion.
“The whole cement floor of the execution hall of the Jewish Cheka of Kiev was flooded with blood; it formed a level of several inches. It was a horrible mixture of blood, brains and pieces of skull. All the walls was bespattered with blood. Pieces of brains and of scalps were sticking to them. A gutter of 25 centimeters wide by 25 centimeters deep and about 10 meters long was along its length full to the top with blood.”
The Jewish Communist Chekists took pleasure in brutally torturing their victims and “The more one studies the revolution the more one is convinced that Bolshevism is a Jewish movement which can be explained by the special conditions in which the Jewish people were placed in Russia.”
Here follows a list of Jewish members of the leadership of the Cheka when the mass terror began in 1918:
• Felix Dzerzhinsky (chairman)
In 1922, at the end of the Civil War, the Cheka was renamed as the GPU (State Political Directorate), a section of the NKVD. This did not diminish Dzerzhinsky’s power; he was Minister of the Interior, director of the Cheka/GPU/OGPU, Minister for Communications, and director of the Vesenkha (Supreme Council of National Economy) 1921–24.
Dzerzhinsky died suddenly under mysterious circumstances on July, 20 1926, but the official report says he died of a heart attack . Before his death, Dzerzhinsky began to express his desire to have as much power as Stalin. Stalin was interested in “inheriting” the money Dzerzhinsky had put into foreign bank accounts. Upon hearing of his death, Joseph Stalin eulogized Dzerzhinsky as “… a devout knight of the proletariat.”
Dzerzhinsky name and image were used widely throughout the KGB and the Soviet Union and other socialist countries: there were six towns named after him. He was nicknamed Iron Felix but this can also refer to a 15-ton iron monument of Dzerzhinsky, which once dominated the Lubyanka Square in Moscow, near the KGB headquarters. Mass murderer, terrorist, and Jewish beast Felix Dzerzhinsky has been made out to be a hero …
In 2005, the Government of Belarus rebuilt the manor house of Dzerzhinovo, where Dzerzhinsky was born, and established a museum. In 1943, the manor had been destroyed and family members (including Dzerzhinsky’s brother Kazimierz) were killed.
Also President Vladimir Putin (Jew) signed a decree restoring the title “Dzerzhinsky Division” to an elite police unit that was previously named after communist mass murderer, Felix Dzerzhinsky. The Dzerzhinsky Division ensured security at the Potsdam Conference of 1945 and the 1980 Moscow Summer Olympics. – http://www.themoscowtimes.com/news/article/putin-renames-police-unit-after-bloody-secret-police-founder/507588.html
Jewish poet/author Heinrich Heine wrote, “The deeds of the Jews are as little known to the world as their true nature.” Very true statement, until now. We are beginning to scratch the surface of the Jewish crimes committed against humanity < snipped >
The Black Book of Communism
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See Baigais Gads to read about the torture rooms of the KGB and their victims
“The Myth of German Villainy” p. 98 (link)
by Benton L. Bradberry
After the city of Kiev was taken by the White Army in August, 1919, Paul Rohrbach was sent by the British government to conduct an investigation. When the members of the Rohrbach Commission entered the execution hall of the Cheka of Kiev, they found:
“The whole cement floor of the execution hall of the Jewish Cheka of Kiev was flooded with blood; it formed a level of several inches. It was a horrible mixture of blood, brains and pieces of skull. All the walls was bespattered with blood. Pieces of brains and of scalps were sticking to them. A gutter of 25 centimeters wide by 25 centimeters deep and about 10 meters long was along its length full to the top with blood …
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Defender Magazine October, 1933
“The Jews were now free to indulge in their most fervent fantasies of mass murder of helpless victims. Christians were dragged from their beds, tortured and killed.
Some were actually sliced to pieces, bit by bit, while others were branded with hot irons, their eyes poked out to induce unbearable pain. Others were placed in boxes with only their heads, hands and legs sticking out. Then hungry rats were placed in the boxes to gnaw upon their bodies. Some were nailed to the ceiling by their fingers or by their feet, and left hanging until they died of exhaustion. Others were chained to the floor and left hanging until they died of exhaustion. Others were chained to the floor and hot lead poured into their mouths. Many were tied to horses and dragged through the streets of the city, while Jewish mobs attacked them with rocks and kicked them to death. Christian mothers were taken to the public square and their babies snatched from their arms. A red Jewish terrorist would take the baby, hold it by the feet, head downward and demand that the Christian mother deny Christ. If she would not, he would toss the baby into the air, and another member of the mob would rush forward and catch it on the tip of his bayonet.
Pregnant Christian women were chained to trees and their babies cut out of their bodies. There were many places of public execution in Russia during the days of the revolution, one of which was described by the American Rohrbach Commission: ‘The whole cement floor of the execution hall of the Jewish Cheka of Kiev was flooded with blood; it formed a level of several inches. It was a horrible mixture of blood, brains and pieces of skull. All the walls were bespattered with blood. Pieces of brains and of scalps were sticking to them. A gutter of 25 centimeters wide by 25 centimeters deep and about 10 meters long was along its length full to the top with blood.
Some bodies were disemboweled, others had limbs chopped off, some were
literally hacked to pieces. Some had their eyes put out, the head, face and neck and trunk were covered with deep wounds. Further on, we found a corpse with a wedge driven into its chest. Some had no tongues. In a corner we discovered a quantity of dismembered arms and legs belonging to no bodies that we could locate.'” (Defender Magazine, October 1933).
Ilya Ehrenberg – The Man Who Invented The ‘Six Million’
He was a prolific writer, celebrated author of various novels and other works of fiction. He was the top Soviet propagandist during the Second World War. He was a notorious liar and a pathological monster. He was a Jew.
As a a leading member of the Soviet-sponsored Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee, Ilya Ehrenburg appeared at fund-raising rallies in the United States, raising support for the Communist cause while displaying fake bars of soap allegedly manufactured by the Germans from the corpses of dead Jews.
But Ehrenburg was perhaps most notorious for his viciously anti-German hate propaganda in World War II. In it, he exhorted Soviet troops to kill all Germans they encountered without pity.*
Ilya Grigoryevich Ehrenburg – January 27, 1891 – August 31, 1967
In one leaflet entitled “Kill,” Ehrenburg incited the simple Russian soldier to treat the Germans as subhuman. The final paragraph concludes:
And in another leaflet: “The Germans must be killed. One must kill them … Do you feel sick? Do you feel a nightmare in your breast? … Kill a German! If you are a righteous an conscientious man – kill a German! … Kill!”
This is typical of the steady diet of pathological hate fed to millions of Soviet troops by this Jew, safely ensconced far from the front.
But it wasn’t only the ordinary German soldier Ehrenburg was talking about, whom he accused of the very atrocities the Communists were themselves committing. Ehrenburg’s incendiary writings were, in fact, a prime motivating factor in the orgy of murder and rape against the civilian population that took place as Soviet troops rampaged into the heart of Europe. […]
The crowning achievement of Ehrenburg’s career came on December 22, 1944, when this hate-crazed fiend became the first person to mention the kabbalistic figure of Six Million alleged Jewish victims of National Socialism, and then proceeded to introduce that figure into Soviet propaganda.
After the war he joined with co-racial and fellow propagandist Vasily (Iosif Solomonovich) Grossman to produce a fictitious “Black Book” and lay the foundation for what has come to be known as “The Holocaust.”** The rest is history.
Ehrenburg never forgot his Jewish roots, and before his death he arranged for the transfer of his private archives to the tribal cult center at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem.
And so, it is altogether fitting that the birthday of this psychopathic lie-master should have been chosen as a day on which to remember the hoax which he concocted and of which he was the original inventor.
* For a graphic description of some of the more grisly and ghastly atrocities inspired by this Jewish psychopath, see Stalin’s War of Extermination by Joachim Hoffmann, the 415-page documented volume showing what America’s Soviet ally was actually like in the “Good War.” Available for $40 from NS Publications.
** For an overview of this historical fiction, see The Hoax of the Twentieth Century by Prof. Arthur Butz, the 506-page, illustrated revisionist classic, available for $25 from NS Publications.
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Ehrenburg was a master of “Atrocity Propaganda”, making up false stories of abuse and atrocity done by the enemy to justify the abuse and atrocity done on them by Soviet soldiers. This resulted in the orgy of rape and murder by the Soviets of the Germans, and even Russians, Poles, Czechs and Romanians as the Soviets swept across Eastern Europe to Berlin. As many as 2 million women and children are estimated to have been raped and brutalized by the Soviets. Many of these people were murdered, especially if they resisted. In some towns, every female from 8 to 80 were raped by the Soviets. Solzhenitsyn wrote about this in his book The Gulag Archipelago:
“All of us knew very well that if the girls were German they could be raped and then shot. This was almost a combat distinction.”
The following is reproduced from Institute of Historical Revision
The Strange Life of Ilya Ehrenburg
Ilya Ehrenburg, the leading Soviet propagandist of the Second World War, was a contradictory figure. A recent article in the weekly Canadian Jewish News sheds new light on the life of this “man of a thousand masks.” 
Ehrenburg was born in 1891 in Kiev to a non-religious Jewish family. In 1908 he fled Tsarist Russia because of his revolutionary activities. Although he returned to visit after the Bolshevik revolution, he continued to live abroad, including many years in Paris, and did not settle in the Soviet Union until 1941. A prolific writer, Ehrenburg was the author of almost 30 books. The central figure of one novel, The Stormy Life of Lazik Roitschwantz, is a pathetic “luftmensch,” a recurring character in Jewish literature who seems to live “from the air” without visible means of support.
As a Jew and a dedicated Communist, Ehrenburg was a relentless enemy of German National Socialism. During the Second World War, he was a leading member of the Soviet-sponsored Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee. (At fund-raising rallies in the United States for the Soviet war effort, two leading members of the Committee displayed bars of soap allegedly manufactured by the Germans from the corpses of murdered Jews.)
Ehrenburg is perhaps most infamous for his viciously anti-German wartime propaganda. In the words of the Canadian Jewish News: “As the leading Soviet journalist during World War II, Ehrenburg’s writings against the German invaders were circulated among millions of Soviet soldiers.” His articles appeared regularly in Pravda, Izvestia, the Soviet military daily Krasnaya Zvezda (“Red Star”), and in numerous leaflets distributed to troops at the front.
In one leaflet headlined “Kill,” Ehrenburg incited Soviet soldiers to treat Germans as sub-human. The final paragraph concludes: 
Ehrenburg’s incendiary writings certainly contributed in no small measure to the orgy of murder and rape by Soviet soldiers against German civilians.
Until his death in 1967, “his support for the Soviet state, and for Stalin, never wavered,” the Canadian Jewish News notes. His loyalty and service were acknowledged in 1952 when he received the Stalin Prize. In keeping with official Soviet policy, he publicly criticized Israel and Zionism.
The Canadian Jewish News further writes:
The collection includes material about the important wartime Jewish partisan movement. Among the documents in the collection is one concerning a pogrom in Malalchovka, a village near Moscow, which took place in 1959.
This new revelation about one of the most influential figures of the Stalinist regime shows that, whatever he may have said for public consumption, Ehrenburg never privately disavowed Zionism or forgot his ancestry.
2. Alfred de Zayas, Nemesis at Potsdam (London: Roudedge & Kegan Paul, 2nd edition, 1979), pp. 6546, 201; Erich Kern (ed.), Verheimlichte Dokumente (Munich: FZ- Verlag, 1988), pp. 260-61, 353-55.
From The Journal of Historical Review, Winter 1988-89 (Vol. 8, No. 4), pages 507-509.
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June 14, 2017 Other Writers
By ANDREW JOYCE, Ph.D
Excerpted from a 3-part article on the Occidental Observer
For full details on the dominant Jewish role in the Russian Revolution during the Stalin era, see Stalin’s Willing Executioners: Jews as a Hostile Elite in the USSR, by Kevin MacDonald. For a shorter introduction to the same subject, see Mark Weber’s The Jewish Role in the Bolshevik Revolution and Russia’s Early Soviet Regime.
ANDREW JOYCE : One Jewish-authored text which merits close attention is Benjamin Ginsberg’s How the Jews Defeated Hitler: Exploding the Myth of Jewish Passivity in the Face of Nazism (2013). […]
In the intelligence agencies, Jews were everywhere, and there were even Jewish agents (the most famous being the group known as the ‘Red Orchestra’) operating within the Third Reich itself. In partisan warfare, Jews comprised around 25 per cent of all resistance fighters in Western Europe. In the Soviet Union, almost all early partisan groups were led by Jewish Communists and soldiers. […]
In the Soviet Union, Jews played major roles in the ruling Communist party and the Soviet state, and quickly assumed every position of influence — “foreign affairs, propaganda, finance, administration, and industrial production.”
During the war, Soviet Jews worked with their American counter-parts to secure vital lend-lease deals on weaponry. Meanwhile, on the front lines, Jews were almost entirely absent from fighting. Jewish involvement at the ‘raw end’ of the conflict was limited mainly to over-representation at officer level, while Jews absolutely dominated the realm of popular mobilization, in the sense that they developed propaganda to persuade the wider population to fight even though they hated the Soviet regime; and they were deeply involved in meting out punishments for those who didn’t respond.
Although comprising only 2% of the Russian population, more than 15% of Soviet war propagandists were Jews. Publications like the official army newspaper Red Star were the mouthpieces of the Jews David Ortenberg and Ilya Ehrenberg, the latter being responsible for the line: “If you have killed one German, kill another. There is nothing jollier than German corpses.”
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“Biggest murderers of modern times were Jewish”
The article repeats the canard that Stalin was antisemitic. Most of his cabinet was made up of Jews and he himself was married to three Jewish women. It was observed by many that the Jews were treated better than the Russians in the gulag camps. Stalin carried out political purges that involved executing Jews but that wasn’t because he was antisemitic, that was because most of the people in the higher levels of government were Jewish. After the purges, Stalin still kept Jewish members in his cabinet.
We mustn’t forget that some of greatest murderers of modern times were Jewish
Sever Plocker | Published: 21.12.06 , 23:35
Here’s a particularly forlorn historical date: Almost 90 years ago, between the 19th and 20th of December 1917, in the midst of the Bolshevik revolution and civil war, Lenin signed a decree calling for the establishment of The All-Russian Extraordinary Commission for Combating Counter-Revolution and Sabotage, also known as Cheka.
Within a short period of time, Cheka became the largest and cruelest state security organization. Its organizational structure was changed every few years, as were its names: From Cheka to GPU, later to NKVD, and later to KGB.
We cannot know with certainty the number of deaths Cheka was responsible for in its various manifestations, but the number is surely at least 20 million, including victims of the forced collectivization, the hunger, large purges, expulsions, banishments, executions, and mass death at Gulags.
Whole population strata were eliminated: Independent farmers, ethnic minorities, members of the bourgeoisie, senior officers, intellectuals, artists, labor movement activists, “opposition members” who were defined completely randomly, and countless members of the Communist party itself.
In his new, highly praised book “The War of the World, “Historian Niall Ferguson writes that no revolution in the history of mankind devoured its children with the same unrestrained appetite as did the Soviet revolution. In his book on the Stalinist purges, Tel Aviv University’s Dr. Igal Halfin writes that Stalinist violence was unique in that it was directed internally.
Lenin, Stalin, and their successors could not have carried out their deeds without wide-scale cooperation of disciplined “terror officials,” cruel interrogators, snitches, executioners, guards, judges, perverts, and many bleeding hearts who were members of the progressive Western Left and were deceived by the Soviet regime of horror and even provided it with a kosher certificate.
All these things are well-known to some extent or another, even though the former Soviet Union’s archives have not yet been fully opened to the public. But who knows about this? Within Russia itself, very few people have been brought to justice for their crimes in the NKVD’s and KGB’s service. The Russian public discourse today completely ignores the question of “How could it have happened to us?” As opposed to Eastern European nations, the Russians did not settle the score with their Stalinist past.
And us, the Jews? An Israeli student finishes high school without ever hearing the name “Genrikh Yagoda,” the greatest Jewish murderer of the 20th Century, the GPU’s deputy commander and the founder and commander of the NKVD. Yagoda diligently implemented Stalin’s collectivization orders and is responsible for the deaths of at least 10 million people. His Jewish deputies established and managed the Gulag system. After Stalin no longer viewed him favorably, Yagoda was demoted and executed, and was replaced as chief hangman in 1936 by Yezhov, the “bloodthirsty dwarf.”
Yezhov was not Jewish but was blessed with an active Jewish wife. In his Book “Stalin: Court of the Red Star”, Jewish historian Sebag Montefiore writes that during the darkest period of terror, when the Communist killing machine worked in full force, Stalin was surrounded by beautiful, young Jewish women.
Stalin’s close associates and loyalists included member of the Central Committee and Politburo Lazar Kaganovich. Montefiore characterizes him as the “first Stalinist” and adds that those starving to death in Ukraine, an unparalleled tragedy in the history of human kind aside from the Nazi horrors and Mao’s terror in China, did not move Kaganovich.
Many Jews sold their soul to the devil of the Communist revolution and have blood on their hands for eternity. We’ll mention just one more: Leonid Reichman, head of the NKVD’s special department and the organization’s chief interrogator, who was a particularly cruel sadist.
In 1934, according to published statistics, 38.5 percent of those holding the most senior posts in the Soviet security apparatuses were of Jewish origin. They too, of course, were gradually eliminated in the next purges. In a fascinating lecture at a Tel Aviv University convention this week, Dr. Halfin described the waves of soviet terror as a “carnival of mass murder,” “fantasy of purges”, and “essianism of evil.” Turns out that Jews too, when they become captivated by messianic ideology, can become great murderers, among the greatest known by modern history.
The Jews active in official communist terror apparatuses (In the Soviet Union and abroad) and who at times led them, did not do this, obviously, as Jews, but rather, as Stalinists, communists, and “Soviet people.” Therefore, we find it easy to ignore their origin and “play dumb”: What do we have to do with them? But let’s not forget them. My own view is different. I find it unacceptable that a person will be considered a member of the Jewish people when he does great things, but not considered part of our people when he does amazingly despicable things.
Even if we deny it, we cannot escape the Jewishness of “our hangmen,” who served the Red Terror with loyalty and dedication from its establishment. After all, others will always remind us of their origin.
Reproduced from ynetnews.com
Famous dissident Alexander Solzhenitsyn stated that Jews made up a clear preponderance in the Gulag administration and in the early Bolshevist government, saying that of the 22 ministers in the first Soviet government, three were Russian, one Georgian, one Armenian, and 17 were Jews. In addition, he points out, from personal experience once again, that “two thirds of the Kiev Cheka” (secret police) were Jews.
In 1937, a book, published in Germany and called Jewish-Run Concentration Camps in the Soviet Union, revealed that Jews were the commandants of 11 out of the 12 main Gulags.
Leon Trotsky, Partner in Revolution
Ina Friedman Nov 08, 2011 4:30 PM
Leon Trotsky: A Revolutionary’s Life
“Nothing great has been accomplished in history without fanaticism.” − Leon Trotsky.
[…] Published in Yale University Press’s “Jewish Lives” series, Rubenstein’s study focuses on the tragic paradox of Trotsky’s life: that even the combination of his keen intellectual grasp of politics and culture, catholic interests and tastes and sympathy for the persecuted and downtrodden failed to prevent this once anti-autocrat idealist from himself founding a despotic regime and becoming an enduring apologist for repression in the service of dogma. […]
Born in Ukraine in October 1879 as Lev Davidovich Bronstein to a prosperous Jewish farmer who proclaimed himself an atheist (both rare conditions for a Jew in the Pale of Settlement), Trotsky was educated first at a heder (though he did not speak Yiddish) and, from age 9, in Odessa, under the tutelage of relatives who “turned the unpolished boy into a refined and well-educated young man.” Although a third of Odessa’s population was then composed of Jews, who conducted a thriving communal and cultural life, Lev was drawn to the city’s broader Russian culture. By age 16, during his final years of schooling in the nearby city of Nikolaev, he was also converted to socialism. And for organizing workers there, he was arrested two years later and exiled to a small village in Siberia, where he immersed himself in reading European literature and writing literary criticism.
In 1902, after coming upon a copy of the Marxist newspaper Iskra (“Spark”) − published in Zurich by a group of Russian Social Democrats, including Vladimir Lenin − he resolved to escape from exile and join Lenin’s circle. Abandoning his wife and two daughters in a remote Siberian village, Bronstein arbitrarily chose for his forged passport the name “Trotsky” (which had belonged to one of his jailers). With the aid of the Iskra network, he then made his way out of Russia and, via Vienna, Zurich and Paris, to London, where he finally met Lenin. Thus began a long, sometimes rocky relationship that was ultimately to have momentous impact on their homeland.When Trotsky joined the Russian Social Democrats, his speeches were so fiery and tightly aligned with Lenin’s thinking that he earned the moniker “Lenin’s cudgel.” But soon, in an abrupt volte-face (not the last of his career), he broke with Lenin over the key question of who should be permitted to join the party. Heading the Bolshevik (“majority”) faction, Lenin called for the party to be composed solely of a dedicated core of revolutionary conspirators. The Menshevik (“minority”) faction envisioned a party built on a broader base, open to cooperation with anti-czarist liberal forces and, no less critical from Rubenstein’s standpoint, marked by “far greater respect for democratic procedures and civil liberties.”
Not merely dissociating himself from Lenin’s narrow approach, Trotsky weighed in as an “outspoken, even vituperative critic” of his erstwhile ally, going so far as to compare Lenin to Robespierre. “Lenin’s methods lead to this,” he wrote darkly and presciently in an August 1904 pamphlet entitled “Our Political Tasks.” “The party organization at first substitutes itself for the party as a whole; then the Central Committee substitutes itself for the organization; and finally a single ‘dictator’ substitutes himself for the Central Committee.”
“It was hard to see how the two men could overcome such a divide,” Rubenstein observes. Indeed, the rift lasted for 14 years, during which Trotsky returned to Russia, participated in the 1905 revolution and made a name for himself as vice chairman of the famed but doomed St. Petersburg Soviet − which represented 200,000 of the city’s workers − while Lenin, “fearful for his safety and unclear about how to proceed,” Rubenstein assesses, remained outside Russia. When the Soviet finally fell to the czar’s forces, Trotsky was again exiled to Siberia but again escaped and made his way back to Western Europe. There he remained an “independent Marxist,” in Rubenstein’s characterization, working unsuccessfully to bridge the gap between the Bolsheviks and the Mensheviks.
Trotsky and Lenin were also separated by differences in personality and lifestyle, the ascetic, single-minded Lenin contrasting sharply with the intellectually supple Trotsky, who read voraciously in four languages, derived enjoyment from music, art, hunting and fishing, and was a gifted orator, polemicist, journalist and critic. Nevertheless, their thinking converged again as the Provisional Government created after the February 1917 revolution proved incapable of tempering the turbulence that continued to wrack Russia. […]
Herzl as ‘shameless adventurist’
After the Bolsheviks had seized power, Trotsky declined Lenin’s offer to be party leader, choosing instead the post of commissar of foreign affairs and then commissar of the Red Army, which he commanded with an iron hand during the subsequent civil war. The Bolsheviks’ crackdown on dissent began almost immediately, however, and in it Trotsky adopted − and long afterward defended − the proposition that to safeguard the revolution (meaning the Bolsheviks’ one-party rule), any means was justified, including mass executions and hellish exile to cow dissidents of all stripes. With Trotsky’s conversion to Bolshevik orthodoxy, Rubenstein observes almost angrily, “the country was now in the hands of determined Marxists who would stop at nothing to hold onto power and impose their ideological views.”
Perhaps with a nod to the book’s inclusion in Yale’s “Jewish Lives” series, Rubenstein also accords ample space to an examination of Trotsky’s ambivalence about his Jewish identity and how it affected his attitude toward fellow-Jews. Firmly opposed to Zionism, the young Trotsky reviled Theodor Herzl as a “shameless adventurist” and his goal of establishing a Jewish state as a “tragic mirage.” He was equally critical of the Bund, the Jewish Socialist alliance originally recognized as the representative of Jewish workers within the Russian Social Democratic Party, deriding it as an alternate expression of parochial Jewish nationalism. […]
After the Bolshevik revolution, however, Trotsky apparently regarded his Jewish origin as a handicap. When Lenin urged him to accept the position of commissar of home affairs, for example, Trotsky declined for fear that placing a Jew in the role of the regime’s “chief enforcer” would hand the enemies of the revolution “a useful tool,” in Rubenstein’s words. And during the civil war, he fretted, presumably for the same reason, over the relatively high number of Jews in the Cheka (secret police). Trotsky was similarly careful to avoid or rebuff delegations of Jewish leaders who surmised or hoped that a fellow-Jew might be responsive to their requests. To one such supplicant, Rabbi Jacob Mase of Moscow, he huffed: “I am not a Jew. I am a Marxist internationalist [who has] nothing in common with Jewish things and [wants] to know nothing about Jewish things.”
It’s true that toward the end of his life, again in exile, Trotsky stubbornly pointed to the anti-Semitic dimension of the Moscow show trials during Stalin’s great purge − much to the annoyance of various American-Jewish apologists for the Soviet regime. And in light of the unwillingness of democracies to accept Jewish refugees after the rise of the Nazis, he predicted with anxiety the “physical extermination of the Jews.” […]
Vanity and arrogance
After the Russian Civil War ended in 1921, Trotsky’s popularity within the party waned − due in part, Rubenstein notes, to growing resentment over “his authoritarian methods, his personal vanity [and] his often abrupt, arrogant manner.” Yet even as Lenin, who was slowly succumbing to a series of strokes in 1923, made clear his recommendation that he not be succeeded by Joseph Stalin, the party’s secretary general, Trotsky remained oddly passive as Stalin tightened his hold over the ranks. Rubenstein credits this stance to another aspect of Trotsky’s arrogance, namely, his “presumption” that his stature would ensure him recognition as Lenin’s successor. “He was prepared to accept power” but “not prepared to campaign for it.”
So it was that by the autumn of 1927, Stalin, “a master of political intrigue,” had managed to boot Trotsky first out of the Politburo, then out of the party, then into internal exile in Alma Ata, and finally, at the beginning of 1929, out of the Soviet Union. Rubenstein writes with sympathy of the hounded Trotsky’s wanderings over the next decade from Turkey to France, Norway and Mexico − always subject to the precarious sufferance of their governments − until his assassination in August 1940 by a Stalinist agent. In the articles, pamphlets and three books he tirelessly penned in this final exile − a memoir, a history of the revolution, and an (unfinished) biography of Stalin − Trotsky labored to persuade the world that the regime he had established with Lenin had never been meant to spawn the kind of mono-maniacal dictatorship Stalin was forging. The violence he himself had unleashed to defend the revolution, he argued, however lamely, could in no way be equated with Stalin’s practice of savagery for corrupt, self-serving ends.
But for all that, as late as 1938, Trotsky was still dogmatically reiterating (in the pamphlet “Their Morals and Ours”) the Bolshevik tenet that any means was justifiable to promote the success of the class struggle. “My faith in the Communist future of mankind is no less ardent, indeed it is firmer today, than it was in the days of my youth,” he avowed a few months before his death. Of which Rubenstein ruefully comments: “After all the millions who had been destroyed by the revolution he had championed, [Trotsky remained] a firm defender of the Bolshevik seizure of power and an opponent of orderly, parliamentary democracy based on respect for civil liberties and minority rights.” He staunchly refused to renounce the revolution that had “first betrayed, then destroyed him,” Rubenstein concludes his study, because “he could not renounce himself.”
Ina Friedman is the Israel correspondent of the Dutch daily newspaper Trouw.
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Rulers of Russia
This official postcard, widely circulated by the Communist government in Russia, following the Jewish Bolshevik takeover, is entitled: “Leaders of the Proletarian Revolution.” The postcard reveals the Jewishness of these original leaders of the Communist Party. All six shown, including Lenin and Trotsky, are Jews.
Shown are: (1) Lenin, (2) Trotzky, (3) Zinoviev, (4) Lunacharsky (5) Kamenev, (6) Sverdlov.
From The Rulers of Russia, Denis Fahey, pp. 40-42)
The Rulers of Russia
Can we draw from this the conclusion that Stalin’s government has shaken itself free of Jewish control and has become a National Government? Certainly no opinion could be more erroneous or more dangerous than that…
The Jews are yielding ground at some points and are sacrificing certain lives, in the hope that by clever arrangements they may succeed in saving their threatened power. They still have in their hands the principal levers of control. The day they will be obliged to give them up the Marxist edifice will collapse like a house of cards.
To prove that, though Jewish domination is gravely compromised, the Jews are still in control, we have only to take the list of the highly placed officials of the Red State. The two brothers-in-law of Stalin, Lazarus and Moses Kaganovitch, are ministers of Transport and of Industry, respectively; Litvinoff (Wallach-Jeyer- Finkelstein) still directs the foreign policy of the Soviet Union…The post of ambassador at Paris is entrusted to the Jew, Louritz, in place of the Russian, Potemkine, who has been recalled to Moscow. If the ambassador of the U.S.S.R. in London, the Jew Maiski, seems to have fallen into disgrace, it is his fellow-Jew, Samuel Kagan, who represents U.S.S.R. on the London Non-Intervention Committee. A Jew named Yureneff (Gofmann) is the ambassador of the U.S.S.R. at Berlin…Since the beginning of the discontent in the Red Army the guard of the Kremlin and the responsibility for Stalin’s personal safety is confided to the Jewish colonel, Jacob Rapaport.
All the internment camps, with their population of seven million Russians, are in charge of the Jew, Mendel Kermann, aided by the Jews, Lazarus Kagan and Semen Firkin. All the prisons of the country, filled with working men and peasants, are governed by the Jew, Kairn Apeter. The News-Agency and the whole Press of the country are controlled by the Jews…The clever system of double control, organized by the late Jankel Gamarnik, head of the political staff of the army, is still functioning, so far as we can discover. I have before me the list of these highly placed Jews, more powerful than the Bluchers and the Egonoffs, to whom the European Press so often alludes. Thus the Jew, Aronchtam, whose name is never mentioned, is the Political Commissar of the Army in the Far East: the Jew Rabinovitch is the Political Commissar of the Baltic Fleet, etc.
All this goes to prove that Stalin’s government, in spite of all its attempts at camouflage, has never been, and will never be, a national government. Israel will always be the controlling power and driving force behind it. Those who do not see that the Soviet Union is not Russian must be blind.”
The Rulers of Russia, Denis Fahey, pp. 40-42 (link)
The article below is from heretical.com
Jacob Schiff, the American Jewish financial magnate who helped finance the Bolshevik Revolution
80% of the first USSR Government was Jewish.
NB. “Lett” stands for “Latvian”
Jews and Bolshevism
Amongst themselves, the Jews are quite candid about their sympathy for and involvement in Bolshevism.
On 4 April 1919 the Jewish Chronicle: “There is much in the fact of Bolshevism itself, in the fact that so many Jews are Bolshevists, in the fact that the ideals of Bolshevism at many points are consonant with the finest ideals of Judaism.”
(Perhaps this explains why the Red Army uses a Jewish star as its symbol?)
Probably the best-known exposé of the Jewish role in the Bolshevik coup d’état was by Sir Winston Churchill, writing in the Illustrated Sunday Herald of 8 February 1920. Churchill wrote “With the notable exception of Lenin, the majority of leading figures are Jews. Moreover the principal inspiration and the driving power comes from Jewish leaders.”
Communism was of course founded by Karl Marx whose grandfather was a rabbi by the name of Mordecai. Marx was given his initial encouragement by a Communist-Zionist by the name of Moses Hess. As founder and editor of the Rheinische Zeitung, the main organ of leftist thought in Germany, he provided Karl Marx with his first important platform. Later, in Brussels, he collaborated with Marx on The German Ideology. It was Hess, too, who converted to Communism Friedrich Engels, the wealthy textiles magnate who later subsidised Marx from the profits of sweated labour in Britain and Germany.
When the Bolsheviks overthrew the short-lived democratic government in Moscow and St. Petersburg in October 1917, it was a virtual Jewish coup d’état. The most prominent Jewish Commissar was Trotsky, real name Bronstein. He had been married by a rabbi in 1900, and whilst in exile in New York, he had worked for Novy Mir, described in the Church Times (23 January 1925) as a “Yiddish newspaper.”
The various reporters and diplomats who were there at the time of the “Revolution” have given evidence as to its Jewish nature.
The widow of the Guardian’s correspondent Mrs. Ariadna Tyrkova-Williams wrote: “In the Soviet Republic all the committees and commissaries were filled with Jews.”
The most detailed description of Jewish influence in the Bolshevik ‘revolution comes from Robert Wilton, the Russian correspondent of The Times. In 1920, he published a book in French, Les Derniers Jours des Romanofs, which gave the racial background of all the members of the Soviet government. (This does not appear in the later English translation, for some odd reason.) After the publication of this monumental work, Wilton was ostracised by the press, and he died in poverty in 1925. He reported that the Central Committee of the Bolshevik Party was made up as follows:
“The Council of the People’s Commissars comprises the following:
“The following is the list of members of the Central Executive Committee:
“The following is the list of members of the Extraordinary Commission of Moscow:
Although Lenin is described as a “Russian,” in fact, he was a mixture of various nationalities. It is likely that he was one-quarter Russian, one-quarter German, one-quarter Jewish and at least one-quarter Kalmuck (Mongol), which accounts for his Mongol appearance. Various authorities allege that his wife, Nadezhda Krupskaya, was a Jewess and that her family spoke Yiddish in the home.
A report sent to the British government in 1918 by Mr. Oudendyke, the Dutch consul in St. Petersburg, said that “Bolshevism is organised and worked by Jews.” The report was included in a pamphlet published as a government White Paper in April 1919, entitled Russia No. 1 (1919) A Collection of Reports on Bolshevism in Russia. However, the pamphlet was quickly withdrawn and reissued with various excisions and alterations made.
In the War Records Division of the United States National Archives, there is filed a report from an American Intelligence operative in St. Petersburg. Under Record Group 20; Records of the American Expeditionary Forces, Capt. Montgomery Schuyler, G2 Intelligence wrote, “The Bolshevik movement is and has been since its beginning, guided and controlled by Russian Jews of the greasiest type.”
Also in the U.S. National Archives are two telegrams sent by American diplomats in Russia. State Department document 861.00/1757 sent on 2 May 1918 by U.S. Consul Summers in Moscow relates, “Jews predominant in local Soviet government, anti-Jewish feeling growing among population.” Document 861.00/2205 from Consul Caldwell in Vladivostock on 5 July 1918 describes, “Fifty per cent of Soviet government in each town consists of Jews of worst type.”
In January, 1924, Lenin died from causes variously described as ‘a heart attack,’ brain hemorrhage’ and ‘syphilis.’ His comrades immediately began fighting amongst themselves to see who was to become his successor.
A relative outsider, Joseph Stalin, came to the fore and purged all competition either by exiling or executing them. Since Stalin was not Jewish, yet nearly all his opponents were, it is often suggested that Stalin was anti-Semitic. This is far from the truth.
Stalin had three wives, all of them Jewesses. The first was Ekaterina Svanidze who bore him one son, Jacob. His second wife was Kadya Allevijah. She bore him a son Vassili and a daughter Svetlana. His second wife died in mysterious circumstances, either by committing suicide or was murdered by Stalin. His third wife was Rosa Kaganovich, the sister of Lazar Kaganovich, the head of Soviet industry. Stalin’s daughter (who in 1967 fled to the USA) then married Lazar’s son Mihail i.e. her step-mother’s nephew. Svetlana Stalin had a total of four husbands, three of them Jewish.
Stalin’s vice-president Molotov was also married to a Jewess, whose brother, Sam Karp, runs an export business in Connecticut. Just to complicate things even more, the Molotov’s (half-Jewish) daughter also called Svetlana was engaged to be married to Stalin’s son Vassili.
After the death of Stalin, his successors kept up the tradition, for a report in the B’nai B’rith Messenger relates: “To show that Russia treats its Jews well, Soviet Premier Nikita Kruschev this week remarked at a reception at the Polish Embassy that not only he himself and Soviet President Klementi Voroshilov, but also half the members of the Praesidium, have Jewish wives. Mr. Kruschev made this remark to Israeli Ambassador Joseph Avidar, who was amongst the guests.” (Kruschev’s wife was yet another Kaganovitch.)
According to a report in The Canadian Jewish News of 13 November 1964, the present Soviet boss Leonid Brezhnev is married to a Jewess, and his children are brought up as Jews. There are a number of prominent Jews in the Soviet government, including Dimitri Dymshits in charge of industry, Lev Shapiro regional secretary of Birobidjan, and Yuri Andropov in charge of the secret police, the KGB. In fact, every secret police chief in Soviet history has been a Jew, from the first, Uritsky, to the most recent, the murderous Beria. A Jew is also in charge of the Soviet economy – Leonid Kantorovich.
It is a well-known fact that the Bolsheviks were and are financed by Jewish interests in the West.
At a Bolshevik celebration rally in New York’s Carnegie Hall on the night of 23 March 1917, a telegram of support from Jacob Schiff of Kuhn, Loeb & Co. was read out. The telegram was reprinted in the next morning’s New York Times. Schiff later tried to deny his involvement, but thirty years later, his grandson John admitted in the New York Journal-American (3 February 1949) that the old man had sunk twenty million dollars into the Bolshevik cause.
Other Western bankers who poured funds into Bolshevik Russia was Olaf Ashberg of the Stockholm Nia Banken. He remained the Soviets’ paymaster until the late 1940s. The London Evening Standard of 6 September 1948 reported a visit by Ashberg to Switzerland “for secret meetings with Swiss government officials and banking executives. Diplomatic circles describe Mr. Ashberg as the ‘Soviet banker’ who advanced large sums to Lenin and Trotsky in 1917. At the time of the revolution, Mr. Ashberg gave Trotsky money to form and equip the first unit of the Red Army.”
The Bolsheviks also received assistance from Armand Hammer, who still commutes back and forward between New York and Moscow to take care of his business interests in both communities. Hammer’s Occidental Oil Company is at the moment building a 1,600 mile chemicals pipeline in southern Russia. He is also on such good terms with the Soviets that he personally arranges for Soviet art galleries to lend paintings to America.
Another American-based businessman to help out the Soviet economy is Michael Fribourg, who owns the massive Continental Grain Company. Together with the Louis Dreyfus Corporation, these Jewish speculators were able to buy up vast quantities of cheap American grain in 1972, sell it to the Soviets at a vast profit, and collect an export subsidy from the U.S. taxpayer.
In every other East European country, it is exactly the same story:
In Hungary a Communist revolution was staged in 1919, instigated by the Jew Bela Kun (Cohen). During the three month regime, the country was turned upside down in a reign of murder and terror. Here again, the government was composed almost entirely of Jews. And it was this factor which brought about the regime’s downfall, as the ordinary Hungarians detested Jewish dictatorship. Kun was deposed and fled to the Soviet Union, where he became chief of the secret police, the Cheka, in southern Russia.
It was not until 1945 that the Jews were able to regain control [in Hungary]. Three Russian Jews were installed as the ruling triumvirate, Matyas Rakosi (Rosencranz), Erno Gero (Singer) and Zoltan Vas. Both Rakosi and Gero had been members of Kun’s bloody government.
In Germany, the Jews also tried to take over there in the chaos that followed the First World War. Aided by funds from the Soviet Ambassador Joffe, Rosa Luxemburg’s Spartacus Bund attempted to overthrow the government. The revolt was quelled and its leaders Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht executed.
The post-war dictator of Roumania, Anna Pauker, was the daughter of a Bucharest kosher butcher. For a time she earned her living teaching Hebrew. Her father and brother now live in Israel.
Although Tito was the only non-Jewish dictator behind the Iron Curtain in the late 1940s, he was tutored by the Jew Mosa Pijade. According to John Gunther in Behind the Iron Curtain, “He is Tito’s mentor… Whatever ideological structure Tito may have, he got it from the shrewd old man.”
Moscow’s puppet government in Czechoslovakia in the late 1940s was run by another Jew, Rudolph Slansky.
In Poland too, Jews occupied virtually every position of authority in the post-war Communist regime. Prominent among these were Minc, Skryesewski, Modzelewski and Berman. Jacob Berman gradually eclipsed the others until he became supreme dictator by himself. Also, Gomulka’s wife was a Jewess.
Even in China, Soviet Jews were at work helping Mao Tse Tung. High up in the Political Department of the Red Army in China were W. N. Levitschev and J. B. Gamarnik.
From Let My People Go, Empirical Publications, Northern Ireland c. 1976. Authorship unknown. Names of Jews are shown in bold face throughout the publication.
Jewish pre-eminence in communism
Jewish pre-eminence in the new Russian regime was throughout the communist system
As Zvi Gitelman notes:
“The idea that the Bolshevik regime was a Jewish one gained popularity because of the relatively large numbers of Jews who in 1917 suddenly rushed into governmental posts from which they had been barred under the tsars. So striking was the prominence of Jews in high places that when it was proposed that a Jewish ticket be put forth in the elections to the Constituent Assembly, Maxim Vinaver commented, ‘Why do Jews need a separate ticket? Whichever party wins, we will still be the winners.’” [GITELMAN, Z., 1972, p. 114]
In the struggle for power in Russia, notes Nathaniel Weyl, “the prominence of Jews in the leadership of the Bolshevik Party was no greater than their prominence in the leadership of other, less totalitarian parties.” Prominent Jews in rival socialist factions included Julius Martov (Tsederbaum), Raphael Abramovitch, and I. N. Steinberg. Boris Savinkov, also Jewish, was the “legendary head of the Terrorist Brigade of the Socialist Revolutionary Party.” Aaron Baron and Lev Chorny were well-known Anarchists. [WEYL, 1968, p. 199-200] Building to the Russian revolution era, prominent Jewish revolutionaries also included Grigory Abramovich Perets and Nikolay Utin. One of the founders (in 1876) of the “Land and Liberty” revolutionary party was Mark Natanson. “Another Jew,” notes Leon Schapiro, “Aaron Zundelevich, played an important part on its executive committee. There were Jewish propagandists, Jewish organisers, Jewish terrorists … It is impossible to doubt the importance of the Jewish contribution to the less spectacular business of organisation and staff-work. It was the Jews, with their long experience of exploiting conditions on Russia’s western frontier which adjoined the Pale for smuggling and the like, who organised the illegal transport of literature, planned escapes and illegal crossings, and generally kept the wheels of the whole organisation running.” [SCHAPIRO, L., 1961, p. 152] One of the Land and Liberty party’s later branches, the “Black Repartition” group, “soon became the cradle of the Marxist movement. Jewish revolutionaries participated in all stages and in all aspects of this movement.” [SCHAPIRO, L., 1961, p. 149-151]
“The abundance of Jewish names in the higher and middle levels of power (in the [Bolshevik] Party and state apparat, in the military, ministry, etc.) is indisputable,” says apologist Jewish author Arkady Vaksberg, “… For anti-Semites now, this is an odious and outrageous fact; from the point of view of normal people not blinded by chauvinist hatred, it is meaningless.” [VAKSBERG, p. 22] “Among the second-string leaders of the Soviet,” observed Nathaniel Weyl, “were Gregory Sokolnikov (Brilliant), Solomon Lozovsky, who would head the Red International of Labor Unions, and Moses Uritsky, chief of the Petrograd Cheka and number two man in the Soviet secret police.”[WEYL, 1968, p. 198]
In 1923, notes Isaac Deutscher, “a triumvirate, composed of Stalin, Zinoviev, and Kamenev, formed itself within the Politbureau … Between them, the three men virtually controlled the whole [Communist] party and, through it, the Government … Zinoviev was, in addition, the President of the Communist International.” [DEUTSCHER, p. 255] Amidst intrigue and power struggles within the communist movement, however, by 1927 Kamenev and Zinoviev “at last threw in their lot with Trotsky.” [DEUTSCHER, p. 307] Trotsky, an enemy of Stalin, was “the founder and builder of the Red Army,” [DEUTSCHER, p. 192] and once the “number two man next to Lenin. ” [NEW ENCYC BRITTANICA, p. 945] He was also Jewish, born Lev Davidovich Bronstein. Trotsky, Zinoviev, and Kamenev, notes Arkady Vaksberg, “alone formed the ‘leadership nucleus’ and had every reason to expect to inherit the mantle of leadership from Lenin. The man closest to the ‘troika’ (Trotsky-Zinoviev-Kamenev) after [Yakov] Sverdlov’s death was Grigori Sokolnikov.” [VAKSBERG, p. 19] All five of these men poised to rule Russia were Jewish. Kamenev once told Trotsky (his brother-in-law) [WALSH, p. 440] that “It will be enough for you and Zinoviev to appear together on the platform in order to reconquer the whole party.” [DEUTSCHER, p. 308] It didn’t work out that way. Stalin proved to be a more ruthless and/or shrewd leader in the struggle for power.
Nonetheless, Jews were very well represented in the Soviet system under Stalin. As Isaac Deutscher notes, “Jews were quite prominent in [Stalin’s] entourage, though far less so than they had been in Lenin’s. [Max] Litvinov stood for over a decade at the head of the Soviet diplomatic service; Kaganovich was to the end Stalin’s factotum; Mekhlis was the chief political Commissar of the army; and Zaslavsky and Ehrenburg were the most popular of Stalin’s sycophants. Yet he was not averse from playing on anti-Jewish emotions when this suited his convenience. During the struggle of against the inner-party oppositions his agents made the most of the circumstance that Trotsky, Zinoviev, Kamenev, and Radek were of Jewish origin.” [DEUTSCHER, p. 605]
“Lev Mekhlis,” notes Louis Rapoport, “would become Stalin’s secretary and one of the most despised men in Soviet history … Immediately after the Revolution, many Jews were euphoric over their high representation in the new government. Lenin’s first Politburo was dominated by men of Jewish origins … Under Lenin, Jews became involved in all aspects of the Revolution, including its dirtiest work. Despite the Communists’ vow to eradicate anti-Semitism, it spread rapidly after the Revolution—partly because of the prominence of so many Jews in the Soviet administration, as well as in the traumatic, inhuman Sovietization drives that followed.” [RAPOPORT, L., 1990, p. 30]
The Soviet Union’s leading communist newspaper was Pravda. Its “leading staff members,” Yakov Khavinson and David Zaslavsky, were Jewish, as were the Soviet Unions ambassadors to the U.S., Maxim Litvinov and Ivan Maisky, who were recalled in 1943. [VAKSBERG, p. 260, 139]
In 1994, Russian-born (and raised) Jewish author Arkady Vaksberg wrote a book entitled Stalin Against the Jews. Its fundamental thesis is that Stalin was a fanatical anti-Semite. (Louis Rapoport’s Stalin’s War Against the Jews reflects the same theme). The fact that many Jews (including millions of others) died under his direction is beyond question. And Stalin’s actions in later life reflect his suspicions of the loyalty of many in the Jewish community. But the fact that Stalin was nonetheless surrounded by Jews everywhere in positions of high power (Lazar Kaganovich, Pyatnitsky, Fillip Goloschekin “and many others who were made part of the ruling circle”) [VAKSBERG, p. 20] is described by Vaksberg as “camouflage” for the Soviet leader’s hatred of Jews. [VAKSBERG, p. 27] Yet Vaksberg’s own evidence to portray the Russian Jewish community as solely victims consistently deflates the premise of Stalin’s enduring anti-Semitism. Vaksberg assails Stalin as a singularly rabid, irrational Jew-hater even while stating that “the people who surrounded Stalin and who had rendered him service in the twenties and thirties were mostly Jews” [VAKSBERG, p. 35] and conceding that Jews especially close to Stalin like Emelyan Yaroslavky (Mines Gubelman), Moisey Gubelman, Lev Mekhlis (“Stalin’s right hand man”), [VAKSBERG, p. 23] Lazar Kaganovich and Isaac Mintz all survived Stalin’s declared “anti-Zionist” purges.
“Why did Stalin, as an anti-Semite,” wonders Vaksberg, “have two Jewish secretaries—Lev Mekhlis and Grigori Kanner?” [VAKSBERG, p. 27] Why too, we might add in turning Vaksberg’s facts to different theses, whenever Stalin went on a vacation, did Lazar Kaganovich, a Jew, take over running the government? [VAKSBERG, p. 51] And why, we might add, if Stalin was so all-encompassingly hateful of Jews, did he entrust his life to a Jewish bodyguard, Matyas Rakoszy? [VAKSBERG, p. 40] (Another Jewish Stalin bodyguard, son of a rabbi, and “protege of Nikita Khruschev,” was Alexander Contract, who started out in the NKVD—later the KGB. Contract even saved the life of future Israeli prime minister Menachem Begin). [O’DWYER, T., 7-6-98] And if Stalin was singularly focused in his alleged hatred of Jews, why did his “personal corps of physicians” include “Drs. Weisbrod, Moshenberg, and Lev Gigorievich Levin?” [RAPOPORT, L., 1990, p. 37] Even prominent non-Jewish Communist Party officials (and close associates of Stalin’s social circle), President Mikhail Kalinin, Bukharin, Molotov, Voroshilov, Andreyev, Poskrebyshev, and Rykov, all had Jewish wives. Stalin’s own daughter Svetlana Allilueva had an affair with Jewish screenwriter Alexei Kapler; she later married Grigory Morozov (Moroz), also Jewish. [VAKSBERG, p. 138; RAPOPORT, L., 1990, p. 208] The fact that Stalin reportedly did not approve of these men is routinely explained by Jewish scholars as anti-Semitism. Stalin’s sister-in-law (eventually imprisoned) by his first wife was also Jewish. So was one of his daughters-in-law. And there is controversial testimony that Stalin even had a Jewish mistress, Rosa Kaganovich. [RAPAPORT, L., p. 46, 241] [ROTHMAN/LICHTER, 1982, p. 94]
Over a hundred Jewish generals also served in Stalin’s Soviet army, including the chief of the Soviet Air Force at the start of World War II, General Jacob Smushkevich. [GOLDBERG, M. H., 1976, p. 78]
“It seemed,” says Louis Rapoport, “there were Jews wherever [Stalin] looked. His loyal tin soldier, Marshal Voroshilov, was devoted to his Jewish wife, Catherine. Marshal Bulganin was also happily married to a Jew, Nadezhda. Politburo member Andrei Andreyev, who fell from grace in 1950, was married to Dora Khazan, and Kaganovich the Jew was married to Maria, also one of the tribe. Malenkov, who was suspected of being a bit of a philo-Semite, had a Jewish son-in-law, as, it was said, did Khrushchev. The up-and-coming Leonid Brezhnev was said to have a Jewish wife.” [RAPOPORT, L., 1990, p. 208]
Stalin’s alleged fanatical anti-Semitism had further curious twists. “Another non-Jew not only helped create Israel,” notes M. Hersch Goldberg, “but saved it. Incredible as it may seem, that man was Joseph Stalin. The tale of Stalin’s role in helping create and then insure the early survival of Israel has been little told; and on those occasions when it has been mentioned, there has been no satisfactory explanation for it.” This includes the fact that in 1947 the Soviet Union publicly supported the creation of a Jewish state, and was the second country (after the U.S.) to recognize its establishment. Stalin also initially supported Israel in its war of independence against the Arabs and supported Israel with shipments of arms through Czecheslovakia. Even the Soviet delegate to the United Nations, also President of the Security Council, was of Jewish heritage—Jacob Malik. [GOLDBERG, M. H., 1976, p. 220-224] It would seem that if Stalin was truly overwhelmed with feelings of irrational anti-Semitism, Jewish power within his own government had overwhelmed him.
From the start of his argument about Stalin’s single-minded hatred of Jews, Arkady Vaksberg marks the early struggle for power between Stalin and Trotsky-Zinoviev-Kamenev-Sikolnikov: “All four men whom Stalin perceived as his rivals in the struggle for power were Jewish. Each of them, especially Trotsky, naturally had a large number of allies in higher eschelons of power who could influence the distribution of posts and positions and the political clout and popularity of candidates. There was a certain ethnic ‘imbalance’ here too.” [VAKSBERG, p. 19]
As normal in Jewish scholarship (framing Jews as victims even as they act as oppressors), Vaksberg even makes the preposterous claim that the reason Jewish commanders ran 11 of the 12 major Gulag Archipelago concentration camps (including the director of them all, Matvei Berman, who also headed the slave labor project that built the Belomar-Baltic Canal) was that Stalin wanted to make Jews look bad, and foment anti-Semitism. “It could not,” he insists, “have been sheer coincidence.” [VAKSBERG, p. 98] Maybe not. But other possible reasons are too profoundly troubling for Vaksberg to consider.
Jews were also everywhere prominent in Soviet secret police organizations. “From the beginning,” writes Benjamin Ginsberg, “the Soviet state relied upon military, police, and security services to sustain itself, and Jews were active in these agencies. … Jews … staff[ed] and direct[ed] the coercive instruments upon which the state relied to control its citizens.” [GINSBERG, B., 1993, p. 30] Genrikh Yagoda, for instance, was the Soviet Chief of the Secret Police in the 1930s. A pharmacist, he specialized “in preparing poisons for his agents to use in liquidating Stalin’s opponents.” [GINSBERG, B., 1993, p. 31] “Yagoda was the man Stalin trusted most within the repressive aparat without which no totalitarian regime can exist,” says Arkady Vaksberg, “The Soviet version of dictatorship and Stalin personally would not have survived without the ‘faithful watchdogs of the revolution’ and their ‘punishing swords.’” [VAKSBERG, p. 36] Yagoda’s brother-in-law, Leopold Averebakh was the “chief supervisor of Party purity in Soviet literature.” [VAKSBERG, p. 35]
“Working side by side with Yagoda,” notes Arkady Vaksberg about a kindred Jewish government deputy, “was another professional chekist (a euphemism for professional executioner), Meer Trilissen … The many actions undertaken by Trilissen’s agents included blowing up the cathedral in Sofia with the Bulgarian tsar and his government inside.” [VAKSBERG, p. 38]
Other Jews, Matvei Berman and Naftali Frenkel of the secret police, were instrumental in the creation of the slave labor system in which 200,000 workers died during one project alone, the White Sea-Baltic Canal. [GINSBERG, B., 1993, p. 31] “It was Frenkel,” notes Louis Rapoport, “who refined Berman’s use of prisoners as slave labors … Most of the chief overseers of the Canal were Jews. Solzhenitsyn described them as ‘six hired murderers each of whom accounted for thirty thousand lives: Firin – Berman – Frenkel – Kogan – Rappoport – Zhuk … Thousands of Jewish revolutionaries helped to spearhead the Terror machine with a messianic fervor. One of them, Matvei Berman, had helped to institutionalize slave labor as early as 1922.” [RAPAPORT, L., 1990, p. 30, 44]
Likewise, Yakov Agranov, Karl Danker “and other representatives of the Jewish proletariat … distinguished themselves with a talent for execution.” [VAKSBERG, p. 39] Other prominent Jewish officials in the Soviet government included K.V. Pauler, Chief Operations Officer of the secret police in the 1930’s, Lev Inzhir (Chief Accountant for the Gulag: Inzhir “the all-powerful clerk, was kept busy with figures on transit points, rail depots and harbors, human and other freight transfers, length of terms, mortality rates.”), “top” Chekist Aron Soltz, [RAPOPORT, L., 1990, p. 44, 45] M. I. Gay who headed a secret police organization that conducted mass arrests and executions during “The Great Terror” of the 1930s, and A.A. Slutsky and Boris Berman who were in charge of terrorist and espionage activities abroad in the 1930s.
Noting that “many of the prosecution witnesses and agent provocateurs against” Jewish enemies of the communist state were also Jewish, Louis Rapoport adds that
“Some of the main instruments of the Terror [against everyone] were also of Jewish origin: M. I. Gay, who headed a special secret police department; A. A. Slutsky and his deputies Boris Berman and Shpiegelglas, who were in charge of terror and espionage abroad; and NKVD operations chief Pauker. None of these mass executioners survived [later purges against them] [RAPOPORT, L., 1990, p. 49-50]
The man who headed the firing squad that executed the Russian royal family, Yakov Yurovsky, was also Jewish, as was the Bolshevik official who reported the deaths to Lenin, Yakov Sverdlov. [KRICHEVSKY, Behind, 1997, p. 8] Or, as Arkady Vaksberg puts it: “There is no getting around the fact that the first violins in the orchestra of death of the tsar and his family were four Jews—Yakov Yurovsky, Shaia Goloshchekin, Lev Sosnovsky, and Pinkus Vainer (Pert Voikov). The concert master and conducter was Yakov Sverdlov.” [VAKSBERG, p. 37]
As Zvi Gitelman notes about the Cheka, the early Soviet terrorist police organization:
“The high visibility of Jews in the Bolshevik regime was dramatized by the large numbers of Jews in the Cheka … From the Jewish point of view it was no doubt the lure of immediate physical power which attracted many Jewish youths … Whatever the reasons, Jews were heavily represented in the secret police … Since the Cheka was the most hated and feared organ of the Bolshevik government, anti-Jewish feelings increased in direct proportion to Cheka terror.” [GITELMAN, 1972, p. 117]
Leon Schapiro remarks that “it is difficult to suggest a satisfactory reason for the prevalence of Jews in the Cheka … Anyone who had the misfortune to fall into the hands of Cheka stood a very good chance of finding himself confronted with, and very possibly shot by, a Jewish investigator.” [SCHAPIRO, L., 1961, p. 165]
“I doubt that there was another poet (or novelist or playwright or artist),” says Arkady Vaksberg, “who was surrounded by as many Chekists as [Vladimir] Mayakovsky. [Mayakowsky was the leading poet of the Russian revolution era.] And sadly, they were almost all Jewish.” These included at least three Jewish generals in the secret terrorist organization: Yakov Agranov, Moisey Gorb, and Lev Elbert. [VAKSBERG, p. 45]
Another Jewish author, Richard Pipes, adds that
“The worst bestialities were committed by some of the provincial Chekas—which operated at a distance from the eyes of the central organs and had no fear of being reported on by foreign diplomats or journalists. There exists a detailed description of the operations of the Kiev Cheka in 1919 by one of its staff, I. Belerosov, a former law student and tsarist officer, which he gave to general Denikin’s investigators.
According to Belerosov, at first (fall and winter of 1918-1919) the Kiev Cheka went on a ‘continuous spree’ of looting, extortion, and rape. Three-quarters of the staff were Jews, many of them riffraff incapable of any other work, cut off from the Jewish community although careful to spare fellow Jews.” [PIPES, R., 1990, p. 823-824]
In later years, another Jew, Zakhar Ilyich Volovich, “was involved in many of the dirty circles of the NKVD [precursor to the KGB], crimes even today enveloped in dark secrecy.” [VAKSBERG, p. 45-46] Among the many Jewish executives in the Main Directorate of State Security of the NKVD were Mosiey Boguslavsky, Yakov Veinshtok, Zakhlar Volovich, Mark Gai, Matvei Gerzon, Moisey Gorb, Ilya Grach, Yakov Deich, Grigory Rapoport, Abram Ratner, Abram Slutsky, David Sokolinsky, Solomon Stoibelman, Meer Trilesser, Semyon Firin, Vladimir Tsesarsky, Leonid Chertok, Isak Shapiro, Grigory Yakubovsky, “and many other NKVD workers of the same level and same origins.” [VAKSBERG, p. 98] The non-Jewish head of the NKVD, Lavrenti Beria, had “many Jews in his close entourage … [who were in] major positions in the NKVD.” These included Generals Arkady Gertsovsky, Veniamin Gulst, Ilya Ilyushin-Edleman, Matvei Potashnik, Solomon Milshtein, Lev Novobratsky, Leonid Raikhman, and Naum Eitigen. Heads of NKVD “investigative groups” included Colonels Boris Rodos, Lev Shvartsman, Isaia Babich, Iosif Babich, Iosif Lorkish, and Mark Spekter. [VAKSBERG, p. 102]
Among these, Colonel Lev Shvartsman stands out for Arkady Vaksberg as “one of the most vicious KGB executioners … He personally tortured Mikhail Koltsov, diplomats, major scientists, and cultural figures.” [VAKSBERG, p. 223] Likewise, another Jew, Colonel Boris Rodos was a “sadist [who] … at the Academy of Internal Affairs taught … the methods of working over prisoners in their cells.” [VAKSBERG, p. 211] “As a Jew,” notes Yevgenia Albats in his book about the history of the KGB, “I’m interested in another question entirely: Why were there so many Jews among the NKVD-MGB investigators—including many of the most terrible? It’s a painful question for me, but I cannot evade it.” [ALBATS, Y., 1994, p. 147]
“Such Bolshevik Jewish luminaries as Lev Kamenov, Grigori Zinoviev, and Yakov Sverdlov,” says Ukrainian-American author Myron Kuropas, “helped Lenin come to power; and it was Jews like Maxim Litvinov, Lazar Kaganovich, and hundreds of lesser lights who were in the forefront of Stalin’s rise to power. It was they who later helped Stalin engineer Ukraine’s genocidal famine and the brutal Soviet takeover of Western Ukraine. When the USSR began to decline, writes [a former KGB officer married to a Jewish officer in the same force], ‘the flower of this educated leadership and their children emigrated to Israel and the West.’ I can’t help but wonder how many of these criminals now reside in the United States.” [KUROPAS, M., 8-14-94, p. 77]
Some estimates suggest that between a fourth and a fifth of the rural Ukrainian population perished by enforced starvation. [MOYNAHAN, p. 120] One of the dedicated Jewish communists was Lev Kopolev. “We were realizing historical necessity,” he wrote,
“We were performing our revolutionary duty. We were obtaining grain for the socialist fatherland … I saw women and children with distended bellies, turning blue, with vacant, lifeless eyes. And corpses—corpses in ragged sheepskin coats and cheap felt boots; corpses in peasant huts, in the melting snow of old Vologda, under the bridges of Kharkov … I saw all this and did not got out of my mind or commit suicide … I believed [in the new Soviet order] because I wanted to believe.” [MOYNAHAN, p. 119]
In 1987, Stuart Kahan, an American relative of Russian communist strongman Lazar Kaganovich (originally named Moiseyevich; he is described by Kahan as the Soviet “Apparatus of Terror”), wrote a book about him. The author interviewed the elderly Kaganovich in Yiddish via his father, and concluded that his relative “was, to put it mildly, a devil. That relative exuded evil, an evil that put millions of people to death … [KAHAN, S., p. 5] … Although the Church was left intact, its lands were seized [by the communist movement]. Even prior religious teaching was forbidden in the schools. Of course, word came down that it was the Jews who did this. After all, wasn’t the revolution prepared and fashioned by Jews? Both of Karl Marx’s grandfathers were rabbis, and Lenin’s grandfather was also Jewish. And wasn’t Yarkov Sverdlov, the first chief of state, a Jew, as was Trotsky himself? … That Trotsky, unquestionably the most outstanding man among the Bolsheviks, was a Jew did not seem an insuperable obstacle in a party in which the percentage of Jews, 52 percent, was rather high compared to the percentage of Jews (1.8 percent) in the total population.” [KAHAN, p. 80-81]
Kaganovich “eventually held more key posts in the power structure than anyone except Stalin … He demolished the huge Church of Christ the Savior and replaced it with the Palace of the Soviets. As commissar of heavy industry during the war years, he chose his brother Mikhail as his deputy and controlled everything from the vast fuel and steel industries to chemicals and building materials.” [RAPOPORT, L., 1990, -. 43]
Jewish author Arkaday Vaksberg even calls yet another Jewish Soviet leader, Rozalia Zemlyachka (Zalkind), “a sadist and monster who would play a major role in the slaughter in the Crimea after the destruction of the last strongholds of the White Movement [anti-communists] there.” [VAKSBERG, p. 23] Another Jew, Bela Kun, “spread bloody terror” with Semlyachka. [VAKSBERG, p. 41] Another government (and Jewish) terrorist, “the lawyer Moisey Uritsky … was the scourge of Petrograd in 1918, terrorizing the citizenry as the local Cheka. He was killed by another Jew, Leonid Kanegisser.” [VAKSBERG, p. 23] Another Jewish Soviet leader, Filipp Goloschchekin, “was one of the main organizers of the murder of the tsar’s family in 1918 … [He also] displayed boundless cruelty in the genocide of the Kazakhs when he became Party leader of Kazakhstan.” [VAKSBERG, p. 17]
As even Winston Churchill once wrote about Jewish influence in the communist world:
“This [communist] movement among Jews is not new. From the days of Spartacus-Weishaupt [Adam Weishaupt, the Bavarian founder in 1776 of one of the most famous conspiratorial groups, the Illuminati, in history], to those of Karl Marx, and down to Trotsky (Russia), Bela Kun (Hungary), Rosa Luxemberg (Germany), and Emma Goldman (United States), this worldwide conspiracy for the overthrow of civilisation and for the reconstitution of society on the basis of arrested development and envious malevolence, an impossible equality has been steadily growing. It has been the mainspring of every subversive movement during the nineteenth century.” [PIPES, D., 1997, p. 139]
Jews were also “particularly visible in the Soviet cultural and propaganda apparatus” and they “dominated the Soviet film industry.” [GINSBERG, B., 1993, p. 31] Half of the June 1930 membership of the Communist Academy—a philosophy organization—were also Jewish. “It is obvious that from the very first moves to revive academic and scholarly work in the philosophical field [in Russia],” notes Yehoshua Yakhot, “the part played by Jews was considerable and, in a certain sense, predominant.” [YAHOT, p. 244] By 1984, as one percent of the Soviet populace, one author even found that even 33 per cent of Soviet musicologists were Jews. [BRAUN, J. , p. 85]
More than once in Soviet history, Jews have fallen under government suspicion for a collective foreign intrigue—many charged as agents of “American imperialism” or Israel. Sometimes portrayed in the Soviet press during Stalin era as men of “uncertain allegiance,” notes Isaac Deutscher, the newspapers “revealed systematically the Jewish names of writers who had been known to the public under Russian pseudonyms … The Jews were to some extent protected by their prominence in vital spheres of the national life, in the management of industry, in nuclear research, in the [communist] party machine, in the academic world, and in the armed forces. (Nearly twenty thousand Jews held teaching posts in the Universities).” [DEUTSCHER, p. 608]
Among those many purged by Stalin in 1953 was the Jewish head (Palgunov) of Tass, the government news agency. [HYDE, H.M., 1971, p. 590] In 1937, in a purge of the Commander of the Red Army, seven of his top generals went with him. Four of these generals were Jewish—Yan Garmarik, Yon Yakir, R. Eideman, and B. Feldman. [HYDE, H.M., 1971, p. 351-352]
Opponents of indigenous European nationalist movements, Jews also rose to power in enforcing communist rule over post-World War II Soviet satellite countries, including Czecheslovakia, Hungary, and Poland. In Hungary, for example, Mathiou Rakosi was the Communist Party leader and Peter Gabor headed the secret police. Eduard Oklag, Yokub Berman and Gilyari Minz were prominent in the Polish government, Anna Pauker in Romania. “It was she,” notes Howard Sachar, “not the [Communist] party’s chairman, Gheorghe Gheorghin-Dej, who made the key policy decisions in her triple capacity as deputy premier, foreign minister, and deputy secretary of the central committee – Simeon Bughichi, Mrs. Pauker’s successor as foreign minister, was also Jewish … There were several Jews [after World War II] … who played leading roles in the [Yugoslavian communist] government. The most eminent of these was Moshe Pijade [president of the Yugoslav National Assembly].” [SACHAR, H., 1985, p. 363, 365, 315]
A number of these Jewish leaders throughout the communist system met their end in government power purges. In Czecheslovakia, for example, Rudolph Slansky and ten other Jewish elites of the party were tried; eight were executed. “The Slansky trial,” note Ronald Radosh and Joyce Milton, “was in part a move to purge the Czech communist party of its Jewish leadership.” [RADOSH/MILTON, p. 349] Jewish scholar Barnet Litvinoff adds that:
“When Stalin’s tyranny was at its height, and his grasp upon his satellites complete, powerful Jewish personalities were conspicuous in the Communist hierarchies of Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Romania … Hilary Minc and Jacob Berman who returned to Warsaw … stood very close to the master in the Kremlin … Erno Gero, Matyas Rakosi, and Mihaly Farkas occupied similar positions in Hungary, while Anna Pauker was the unquestioned mistress of Romania, with authority comparable to Rudolf Slansky’s in Czechoslovakia. The list was an extensive one, and included government and Party officials alike, ambassadors abroad, and some military figures trained by the Soviet secret police, not to mention university professors, film producers and broadcasting personalities.” [LITVINOFF, B., p. 104-105]
Philip Mendes notes Jewish prominence in a wide variety of communist and left wing movements throughout the world: “As early as the French Revolution of 1830, Jews played an active role in radical movements [including Michel Goudchaux, Philippe Anspach, Michel Alcan, Olinde Rodrigues, Adolphe Cremieux, and Josue Leon] … In the 1860s and ‘70s Jewish activists occupied some of the highest positions in the fledgling Russian revolutionary movement. The ‘pioneer of Russian-Jewish revolutionary action’ was Nicholas Utin [Others included Mark Natanson, Paul Axelrod, George Plekahnov, Vera Zasulitch, Rosalie Bograd, Meir Molodetsky, Gregory Goldenberg, Lew Deutch, Vladimir Jochelson, Aaron Sundelievitch, and Hsya Helfmann] … Jewish individuals also played a prominent role in all the Russian radical movements, from the Socialist Revolutionaries to the Mensheviks to the Bolsheviks … In Hungary … for almost four decades in fact, the top leaders of the Communist Party were Jews … In France, many Jews have figured prominently in the leadership of the Communist Party, including Charles Rappoport, Jean Kanapa, Jean Ellerstein, Haim Cukierman, Charles Fierman and Henri Krasucki.” [MENDES, P., 1993, p. 9-13] Other countries of prominent Jewish radicalism cited by Mendes included Poland, Lithuania, Czechoslovakia, Italy, Holland, Austria, Germany, Spain, Great Britain, Chile, and the Middle East.
Ultimately, Benjamin Ginsberg [GINSBERG, B., 1993] alludes to the reoccurring paradigm to all this, that Jews throughout European history have sought benefit from allegiance to ruling powers—from absolute monarchists to communist dictatorships—which oppressed, suffocated, and even massacred non-Jewish masses. As a people who historically distanced themselves from the indigenous peoples of every land they lived and as centuries-old nemeses of the Christian order, Jews were ideally suited to function as dispassionate legislators—and exploiters and oppressors—over those of whom they had no real bond or interest. “The Gentile population in general,” says Ewa Morawska about Eastern Europe, “and the inhabitants of villages surrounding the [Jewish community] in particular, were seen by Jews primarily in instrumental terms as suppliers of … material livelihood.” [MORAWSKA, p. 15] For those many Jews who had a religious basis in their lives, traditional Judaism often served the interests of devaluing others. As consequence, Jewish communities periodically engendered the wrath—and sometimes violence—of the common populace.
Jewish scholar George Mosse frames the common bond between the polar politics of the Jewish European capitalist and communist this way:
“There was an affinity between the Jewish bourgeoisie which supported the newest in the arts, placing themselves squarely on the side of the modernists, and their wayward socialist children, who wanted to overthrow the existing social and economic order. This affinity was based on shared ideals that the sons wanted to realize more completely than the fathers had.” [MOSSE, G., 1985, p. 57]
“Empirical data,” adds Jewish scholar Norman Cantor, “support the contention of French and German anti-Semites in the 1920s and 1930s that the Jews were both capitalists and communists, and thus doubly anathema to the reactionary racist movements that funneled into Judeo-phobic fascism. The German cartoons of the 1920s who depicted Jews as both bloated capitalists swallowing European civilization and nefarious red terrorists plotting to blow up western civilization were not engaging in absolute fantasy, even though Jewish apologists then and historians now like to make that accusation and try to forget the whole thing.” [CANTOR, p. 275]
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Putin: First Soviet Government Was Mostly Jewish
Speaking at Moscow’s Jewish Museum, Russian president says politicians ‘were guided by false ideological considerations.’
JTA Jun 19, 2013 3:10 AM
JTA — Russian President Vladimir Putin said that at least 80 percent of the members of the first Soviet government were Jewish.
“I thought about something just now: The decision to nationalize this library was made by the first Soviet government, whose composition was 80-85 percent Jewish,” Putin said June 13 during a visit to Moscow’s Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center. […]
According to the official transcription of Putin’s speech at the museum, he went on to say that the politicians on the predominantly Jewish Soviet government “were guided by false ideological considerations…”
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