The great Russian author Fiodor Dostoyevsky predicted that Communism would come from Europe and that its introduction would claim tens of millions of victims and that Communism would be a catastrophe for mankind. In the same vein, the exiled Russian philosopher Nikolai Berdyayev, in his book “The Meaning of History” (1923), warned about an ever darker anti-humanist period presaging an apocalyptic horror.
In 1915 Alexander Parvus (Israel Helphand) made plans for the Bolsheviks’ (i.e. the Illuminati’s) seizure of power by the aid of the German secret service. He had written the leading role for Vladimir Ulyanov-Lenin. In the same year, Parvus received 7 million marks from the German Department of Finance “to develop revolutionary propaganda in Russia”. Parvus met Lenin in Zurich in May 1915 to discuss his plans. Lenin stubbornly preferred Switzerland as the victim of the conspiracy. According to the American newspaper The New Federalist (11th of September 1987)
Meanwhile, Lenin could not believe that the Communists would reach power in his lifetime. He said this in a lecture in Bern on the 22nd of January 1917, thus just before the February coup. (“Collected Works”, Vol. 19, p. 357.)
THE BACKGROUND OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR
It has also been kept secret that an attempt was made to murder Grigori Rasputin in Pokrovskoye in Siberia at exactly the same time. Rasputin was the magician of the Tsar’s court and the Tsarina’s favorite and was decidedly against Russia being drawn into a major war. (Colin Wilson “The Occult”, London, 1971, p. 500.)
What were the Grand Orient’s motives? I do not need to speculate here. It is best to cite Zionist sources. The Zionist newspaper Peiewische Vordle wrote on the 13th of January 1919:
“The international Jewry… believed it necessary to force Europe into the war so that a new Jewish era could begin throughout the world.”
“We must prepare our-selves for big changes in a Great War which faces the peoples of Europe.”
“The fate of the Russian empire has been staked upon one card… there is no rescue for the Russian government. The Jewry have decided this and thus it shall be.”
The rabbi Reichhorn in the periodical Le Contemporain proves that those plans were far-reaching on the 1st of July 1880:
“We shall force the goyim into a war by exploiting their pride, arrogance and stupidity. They will tear each other into pieces. They will force each other out of their countries, which we shall then be able to give to our people.”
Karl Heise published the British Freemasons’ map of Europe from 1888. The map presented the new national borders of Europe, which became reality after the First World War. (Pekka Ervast, “Vapaamuurareiden kadonnut sana” / “The Freemasons’ Lost Word”, Helsinki, 1965, p. 78.)
In the newspaper Truth, December 1890, a map was published that depicted the borders of Europe, which became reality in 1919. Three empires were gone. This was published as a satire:
“Look what the opponents of the Freemasons have come up with!”
As I have related earlier, Parvus also found the money for the coup attempts in 1905. Now he took good care of Lenin. He made him editor of the newspaper Iskra as early as 1901, from his home in a Munich suburb, and also organized a printing office in Leipzig. Parvus made sure that the newspaper reached Russia. Parvus even let Lenin live in his flat in Zurich. (Lenin lived in Switzerland between 1914 and 1917.)
Parvus had explained to Lenin that the organization of the revolution needed money and that even more money was needed to stay in power. Parvus knew what he was talking about, since he acted as a financial adviser to both the Turks and the Bulgarians during the Balkan wars, 1912-13. At the same time he became immensely rich through his own arms deals. Parvus had worked from Salonica in Greece, where he got into contact with the powerful local Masonic organization.
The most important force behind him was Prince Volpi di Misurata -perhaps the most powerful man in Venice – who helped Parvus with finance, deals and Masonic contacts. It was this Volpi who, in October 1922, brought the socialist-fascist Benito Mussolini into power, making the King appoint him prime minister.
The Kaiser’s Zionist adviser Walter Rathenau (1867-1922), who was a rich industrialist, also recommended financing the Bolsheviks. Germany’s ambassador in Copenhagen, Count Ulrich von Brockdorff-Rantzau, who was a well-known 33rd degree Freemason and Illuminatus, was of the same opinion. (Nesta Webster and Kurt Kerlen, “Boche and Bolshevik”, New York, 1923, pp. 33-34.) Parvus was close to him and had great influence over him. Parvus himself made 20 million marks from this suggestion.
It was Ulrich Brockdorff-Rantzau’s letter on the 14th of August 1915 which finally decided the question of financial support to the Bolsheviks. This letter, addressed to the German vice-state secretary, summarized a discussion between Brockdorff-Rantzau and Helphand-Parvus. The ambassador strongly recommended employing Helphand to undermine Russia since “he is an exceedingly important man, whose unusual power we should be able to utilize during the war”.
“It is probably dangerous to use the forces which are behind Helphand, but if we should refuse to use their services, since we fear that we may not be able to control them, it will surely only demonstrate our weakness.” ~ (Professor Z. A. B. Zeman, “Germany and the Revolution in Russia, 1915-1918. Documents from the Archives of the German Foreign Ministry”, London, 1958, p. 4, Document 5.)
Some powerful American forces had exactly the same interest in using the “revolutionaries”.
It was primarily the American International Corporation, with John Pierpoint Morgan Jr. (1867-1943) at the head, who tried to gain control of those international speculants and adventurers, according to Antony Sutton (doctor in economics). (Antony Sutton, “Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution”, Morley, 1981, p. 41.)It was above all Jacob and Mortimer Schiff, Felix Warburg, Otto H. Kahn, Max Warburg, Jerome J. Hanauer, Alfred Milner and the copper family Guggenheim who financed the Bolsheviks, according to the Jewish historian David Shub.
There are always some people who make money out of wars and revolutions.We must not forget this when we seek to understand history.
Even Alexander Parvus began preparing the Bolsheviks’ take-over of power in 1916. He made sure that Lenin had all the money he needed. (Igor Bunich, “The Party’s Gold”, St. Petersburg, 1992, p. 34.) In this way, Lenin and Parvus received a total of six million dollars in gold. (Karl Steinhauser, “EG – Die Super UdSSR von Morgen”, Vienna, 1992, p.167.)
Meanwhile, as many extremist Jews as possible were recruited into the “revolutionary” movement. The German Jew Karl Kautsky (1854-1938) emphasized that “the Jews in Russia had only one true friend ~ the revolutionary movement”. The Jews then comprised 30-55 per cent of the Bolshevik Party.
Dostoyevsky predicted that the Jews would enslave the Russians so that these would become pack-mules and that the Jews would drink the people’s blood.
The first Jews who arrived in Khazaria were fleeing just persecution for anti-government activities in Persia. A second large immigration took place in the 8th century when a large number of Jews left Byzantium to co-operate with the Arabs, which was caused by economic competition from the Greeks and the Armenians. In 723, Emperor Leo III of Byzantium attempted to force Byzantine Jews to adopt Christianity.
The original population of Khazaria remained agricultural, whilst the Jewish arrivals became commercial. Jewish merchants (known as “Ra-dokhnids”) in Khazaria immediately took control of the caravan routes between Europe and China. These new merchants were especially interested in the slave trade.
The original populace may be called Khazar Turks, the newcomers Khazar Jews.
The Jewish rabbis did not intend to convert the Khazars to Judaism, but kept the faith exclusively for the people who had come into power. The Khazar Turks remained heathens. The coup triggered a civil war in which Obadiah exploited the tactics of total war, which had been used so successfully during the occupation of Canaan, when the Jewish nation tried to annihilate each and every enemy. By 820 A.D., the new regime was in place.
In the middle of the 9th century, Khazar Jews made an agreement with the Varangians (Vikings) to split Eastern Europe between them, but in the 10th century, the Jews took control in most areas. The Bulgars, the Mord-vins and other races came under their dominion. The Khazar Jews were at their most powerful at the end of the 9th and the beginning of the 1Oth centuries. They threatened to bring a catastrophe upon the inhabitants of Eastern Europe. Their opponents had to choose between slavery and annihilation.
Eventually, rebellions broke out. In 922, the Bulgars succeeded in freeing themselves from the oppression introduced by the Jewish. Khazaria, which originally lay in the Volga delta, later extended between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, and even reached all the way to Volga-Bulgaria and Kiev.
Khazaria existed between the 7th century and 965 A.D. when the Prince of Kiev, Sviatoslav, crushed the Jewish reign of terror. The Khazarian potentates fled and the oppressed Khazar Turks and other peoples were freed. The surviving Khazar Jews founded the Ashkenazi tribes. Their main centres were later in the Ukraine, Poland, and Lithuania. The Khazar Turks mixed with other races.
The Jews did not change their habits. In 1113, the Prince of Kiev, Vladimir Monomakh, believed it necessary to curb the Jew’s usury (“Nordisk Familjebok”, Stockholm, 1946, Vol. 20, p. 690).
The Khazar Jews repeated this tried and tested method once more when they founded the Soviet Union, which many of them regarded as a kind of twisted revenge against the Russian people.
Gumilev’s view is echoed by an earlier scholar, Isaac Baer Levinsohn (1788-1860), who was also certain that Russia’s Jews did not come from Germany, but from the banks of the Volga. (“The Haskalah Movement in Russia” by Jacob Raisin, Philadelphia, 1913-1914, p. 17.)
The writer and Freemason Mark Aldanov (actually Landau) explained that the final list was finished in 1916 at the hotel Frantsiya. (Boris Nikolayevsky, “The Russian Freemasons and the Russian Revolution”, Moscow, 1990, p. 164.)
The list was again re-worked on the 6th of April 1916 at the house of the publicist and Freemason Yekaterina Kuskova, a fact evident from a letter written by her on that day. This information, which points to the fact that there was a conspiracy behind the events in Russia in 1917, was published in the exiled Russian historian Sergei Melgunov’s book “The Preparations for the Palace Coup” and in Grigori Aronson’s book “Russia at the Dawn of the Revolution” (New York, 1962, p. 126).
In 1912, Zionists and Masonic circles had helped the Freemason Thomas Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) to power in the United States. As president he began working diligently to depose the Tsar of Russia. A campaign of slander was started. An agitatory campaign in 1912 led to a bloodbath by the river Lena. There were no widespread troubles, however. Russia had borrowed large amounts of money to be able to go to war. This meant that the country was especially vulnerable.
“We have fallen into the witches’ ring. We are powerless: the money is in the hands of the Jews and without them we cannot get a single kopek.” ~ A. Solzhenitsyn, “Collected Works”, Paris, 1984, Vol. 13, pp. 263-267.
“It Happened on Purim Day!” ~ i. e. the 23rd of February 1917
Jacob Schiff declared publicly in April 1917 that it was through his financial support that the revolution in Russia had succeeded. The Freemasons exploited the food shortage.
The myth says that the troubles, which brought about a social revolt and then a revolution, were spontaneous. Professor Richard Pipes at Harvard University in the United States rejects that description.
“Historians have claimed that the revolutionaries were carried forward by the people. But if we go to the sources, it is evident that they are wrong on all points and build their ideas on myths.” He emphasizes: “The February revolution in Petrograd in 1917 was not, as we have believed, a social uprising – and this can easily be proved.”
The agitators transformed this insignificant uprising into a revolution on the 27th of February (12th of March) 1917, and three days later, on the 2nd (15th) of March, Tsar Nicholas II was forced to abdicate. He was then staying in Pskov.
Nicholas II left his crown to his youngest brother Mikhail, but the Freemasons were furious over the fact that they had not quite succeeded in abolishing the imperial regime in three days flat and on the following day they forced Mikhail to abdicate too. Their goal was to crush the empire altogether.
“Our leaders… sent Lord Milner to Petrograd to prepare the revolution.” ~ Zeman, “Germany and the Revolution in Russia 1915-1918. Documents from the Archives of the German Foreign Ministry”, London, 1958, p. 92
Alexander Kerensky was the son of the Austrian Jewess Adler who married the Jew Kurbis, according to the historian Sergei Naumov. His real name was Aaron. His mother later married the teacher Fiodor Kerensky who adopted the boy Aaron.
The Jew Vladimir Bonch-Bruyevich (a close collaborator with Lenin) confirmed that Kerensky was already a Freemason when he was a member of the National Duma.
Here it should again be pointed out that the terrorist Dmitri (Mordekai) Bogrov cooperated closely with Kerensky who, after the murder of Prime Minister Peter Stolypin, fled abroad immediately, according to the historian O. Soloviev.
One of those behind Kerensky was the American Freemason and government official Richard Crane, according to Antony Sutton. He was primarily financed by the Jewish banker Grigori Berenson who later moved with his family to London, where his daughter Flora married Colonel Harold Solomon. This man was one of the most important Jews in London.
Other high-ranking Freemasons within the Grand Orient worked together with Kerensky to have the Tsar deposed:
· the lawyer Maxim Vinaver (1866-1940)· the lawyer Oskar Grusenberg (1866-1940)· the historian Alexander Braudo (1864-1924)· the writer Leonti (Leon) Bramson· the lawyer Joseph Hessen (1866-1943)· the lawyer Y. Frumkin· Yoller and M. Herzenstein
The second in command after Kerensky was Nikolai Nekrasov. It should not be necessary to point out at this stage that the Illuminati controlled the Grand Orient.
During the new Tsar’s coronation a cross of St. Andrew, which had adorned his ceremonial dress, fell to the floor. A few hours later a terrible panic broke out among the crowd who had come to Moscow to see the new Tsar. Through rumors, people imagined that the gifts which used to be handed out in connection with coronations would not be enough for all the poor this time. The crowd pressed forward and about two thousand people were suffocated or trampled to death. Millions of Russians saw this event as a bad omen.
The Tsar Nicholas II was also betrayed by the right-wing member of the National Assembly, Alexander Guchkov, who became Minister for War in the Provisional Government. He later regretted his action and took part in Kornilov’s revolt, but it was already too late. Even members of the Romanov dynasty betrayed the Tsar.
On the 2nd (15th) of March, the Freemasons had, after the American model, formed a provisional government led by Prince Georgi Lvov (1861-1925). That was why the Jewish Freemasons were so angry with Mikhail II for holding power simultaneously. This error was corrected one day later. Mikhail II was ritually murdered in Perm on June 12, 1918. Every one of the eleven ministers was a Freemason.
- · Nikolai Nekrasov (Minister of Communications)
- · Alexander Kerensky (Minister of Justice)
- · Pavel Milyukov (the Minister of Foreign Affairs, professor and leader of the bourgeois Cadet Party)
- · Mikhail Tereshchenko (Minister of Finance)
Kerensky and Rutenberg had all the criminals in the prisons released. There were 183 949 prisoners in Russia in 1912. There were tens of thousands of criminals just in Petrograd. This took place on the second day of the coup.
The Masonic government did not wish to use the national anthem “God Save the Tsar”, composed, ironically, by Prince Lvov himself and written by the poet Zhukovsky by request of Tsar Nicholas I. Instead a Masonic anthem, “The Lord Glorious in Zion”, was used. German military orchestras played most of the gramophone recordings of this national anthem (from February to October 1917). (Staffan Skott, “Sovjetunionen fran borjan till slutet” / “The Soviet Union from Beginning to End”, Stockholm, 1993, pp. 23-24.)
It was later asserted that the press and public opinion of the United States forced the Tsar to abdicate. These claims could not explain the mystery behind the so-called February revolution. Simon Dubnov (18601940), a known Zionist, openly admitted that the February revolution took place thanks to the Freemasons’ intrigues behind the scenes. (Alexander Braudo, “Notes and Recollections”, Paris, 1937, p. 48.)
“Do you think that Khomeini, an uneducated person… could have planned all of this, organized everything? I also know that fantastic sums were staked. I know that top experts on propaganda were used to depict us as tyrants and beasts and the others as democratic, liberal revolutionaries who wanted to save the country. I know that the BBC was also against us. We have all the information… It occurred like a very well-planned conspiracy… they staked about 250 million dollars…Wherever he (Khomeini) had been in Europe, he would probably have had the same possibilities and the same accomplices. I do not believe that he himself was in charge of the planning… Yazdi was an American citizen, Ghotbzadeh was expelled from Georgetown University because he couldn’t keep up with his studies… “David Frost: “So Khomeini might have received some kind of support from the West?”The Shah: “How else could all these factors have been combined at the same time?”(Translator’s note: The above interview is a paraphrase of the original since it has been re-translated from Swedish.)
I must remark here that the Russian Tsar was deposed after the same pattern ~ everything pointed to an international conspiracy.
The American press painted a monstrous picture of the Tsar Nicholas II. That was why the American public was so happy with his deposition. The unfair propaganda continues to this day.
Every true historian knows that a total of 467 people (i.e. murderers) were executed in Russia between 1826 and 1904. (Professor Vittorio Strada’s article “Death Penalties and the Russian Revolutions”, Oboz-reniye, No. 14, p. 25, Paris, 1984.) This comes to 6 death sentences per year.
Hans Villius never mentioned the Bolsheviks’ cold-blooded mass-murders, which amounted to 66 million in the beginning and later reached a total of 143 million, according to the English researcher Philipp van der Est. That, it seems, was not terror according to Villius. Even the Bolsheviks called their own purge “the Red Terror”.
Now it was time for Lenin to return as well. When he first read in the Neue Zurcher Zeitung that the Tsar had been deposed, he thought it was German propaganda.
On the 31st of March the German vice-state secretary informed Ambassador Gisbert von Romberg in Bern with a cipher-telegram:
“The Russian revolutionaries’ journey through Germany should take place as soon as possible, since the Allies have already begun counter-actions in Switzerland. If possible, the negotiations should be speeded up!”
“We must immediately try to bring about as wide-spread chaos as possible in Russia. At the Same time, we must avoid visibly involving ourselves in the course of the Russian revolution. But in secret we should do everything to increase the antagonism between the moderate and extreme parties, since we are quite interested in the victory of the latter because the coup d’etat would then be unavoidable.”
Lenin signaled to the German government on the 4th of April that he was ready to return to Russia. His journey was approved by Chancellor Theobald von Bethmann-Hollweg, who belonged to the Bethmann banking family in Frankfurt am Main, and by State Secretary Arthur Zimmermann. Then these men proceeded to organize the journey together with Count Brockdorff-Rantzau and Alexander Parvus.
They thought it best if Lenin traveled through Sweden, where he would be joined by their contact man, Jakub Furstenberg-Hanecki (Ganetsky). (Antony Sutton, “Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution” (Morley, 1981, p. 40). Ganetsky was called “the hands and feet of the party”. On the 9th of April, Lenin and his group began their journey from Bern to Russia.
“German spies! Traitors!” from the platform.
“We neither knew nor foresaw the danger to humanity from the consequences of this journey of the Bolsheviks to Russia.” ~ Antony Sutton, “Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution”, Morley, 1981, p. 40
Lenin’s company was to join together with Trotsky’s in Petrograd and eventually begin a take-over of power from the Provisional Government together with other leading forces to introduce the Communist (i.e. Judaist) dictatorship.
The German Kaiser Wilhelm II learned about the operation when Lenin had already reached Russia. The Germans’ motive was to obtain a separate peace treaty and later advantages in trade with Russia. Lenin only wanted a Communist dictatorship and the Russians’ wealth. German patriots did not suspect that dark Illuminist forces were only using official Germany to camouflage their own activities…
Lenin’s traveling companions were mostly Jewish extremists. 19 of them were Bolsheviks.
· Nadezhda Krupskaya· Olga (Sarra) Ravich· Grigori Zinoviev (actually Ovsei Gershen Radomyslsky)· his wife Slata Radomyslskaya· their eight-year-old son Stefan Radomyslsky· Moisei Kharitonov (Markovich, who became Petrograd’s chief of militia)· Grigori Sokolnikov (actually Brilliant, editor of Pravda and later People’s Commissary for Banking Affairs)· David Rosenblum (whom Stalin jailed in 1937, in Leningrad)· Alexander Abramovich (who became an important functionary within Comintern)· Grigori Usiyevich (actually Tinsky)· Yelena Usiyevich-Kon (daughter of a well-known Jewish Bolshevik, Felix Kon, from Poland)· Abram Skovno· Simon Scheineson· Georgi Safarov· Zalman Ryvkin· Dunya Pogovskaya (an activist within the Jewish Workers’ Union Bund)· her four-year-old son Ruvin· Ilya Miringov (Mariengof)· Maria Miringova· Mikhail Goberman (who became a powerful functionary within Comintern)· Meier Kivev Aizenud (Aizentuch)· Shaya Abra-movich· Fanya Grebelskaya (Bun)· Lenin’s lover Inessa Armand (who was born on the 16th of June, 1875, in Paris)
Lenin arrived at Stockholm’s Central Station just before ten o’clock in the morning on Friday the 13th of April 1917. Karl Radek (Tobiach Sobel-sohn), another important freemason and “revolutionary”, arrived together with him but remained in the Swedish capital to help Jakub Hanecki (Ftirstenberg). It was this same Hanecki (known as Ganetsky) who channeled the German money to the Bolsheviks in Petrograd via Nya Banken (the New Bank) in Stockholm and the freemason Olof Aschberg (Obadiah Asch).
Karl Radek, an Austrian citizen, showed his “gratitude” to the Germans by later taking part in terrorist activities against the German Kaiser and preparing a plot to depose him. MOPR or the Red Aid later gave Karl Radek the task of provoking the German workers to a “proletarian revolution”. He was a member of the Central Committee. Stalin had him arrested in 1937. Radek readily gave evidence against other Bolsheviks but this did not save him.
Three new conspirators joined Lenin’s group in Stockholm: Rakhil Skovno, Yuri Kos and Alexander Grakas.
The aim of the conspirators was to enforce Illuminist rule in Russia after the model of Weishaupt-Hess-Marx. There was a reserve plan for a Communist base in case the take-over failed. The Communists had chosen Sweden for this purpose, according to Solzhenitsyn’s book “Lenin in Zurich” (Paris, 1975, p. 168).
They also helped to organize the Bolsheviks’ Fourth Party Congress in Folkets Hus (the Social Democrat centre) in Stockholm in April-May 1906. Branting gave the speech of welcome at the congress. Branting also knew about the financing of the Bolsheviks’ activities (“Vem betalade ryska revolutionen?” / “Who Paid for the Russian Revolution?” Svenska Dagbladet, 31st October 1985).
Stockholm’s socialist mayor Carl Lindhagen met Lenin and his companions on the platform at Stockholm’s Central Station. Parvus had also traveled to Stockholm to meet Lenin, according to one source. There was one socialist politician, Erik Palmstierna, who guessed how dangerous Lenin could become and therefore suggested organizing a police provocation at the station and have Lenin shot in the resulting tumult. The others just laughed at him (Svenska Dagbladet, 21st October 1990). Palmstierna became minister for naval defense on the 19th of October 1917.
Lenin stayed just over eight hours in Stockholm. He spent most of that time at the Hotel Regina on Drottninggatan. He continued to Haparanda at 6:37 on the same evening. Before his departure, the Swedish socialists had time to buy a suit and the world-famous cap for him at PUB (a department store in Stockholm). (Aftonbladet, 28th August 1989) At the same time Lenin met Hans Steinwachs, a representative of the German Foreign Ministry. Steinwachs was the chief of German espionage in Scandinavia, according to Hans Bjorkegren’s book “Ryska posten” / “The Russian Post” (Stockholm, 1985, p. 264).
The Polish Jew Moisei (Mieczyslaw) Bronski-Warszawski, who traveled under a false name, was also among Lenin’s companions. He was still in Bern on the 7th of April, but joined Lenin in Stockholm on the 13th April. The Swedish socialist Fredrik Strim, who was responsible for the reception of the conspirators, confirmed this.
Steinwachs sent the following telegram to Berlin on the 17th of April:
“Lenin’s journey to Russia went well. He will do precisely what we wish from him.” ~Zeman, “Germany and the Revolution in Russia 1915-18: Documents from the Archives of the German Foreign Ministry”, London, 1958, p. 51
The German government paid for the tickets for Lenin’s group’s journey from Bern to Stockholm. The German government, and not the General Staff, was behind Lenin’s journey, as revealed by Nesta Webster and Kurt Kerlen in “Boche and Bolshevik” (p. 25). The government had been strongly influenced by the socialists.
The Russian Provisional Government paid for the tickets for the journey from Stockholm to Haparanda and from there to Petrograd. Lenin later claimed that he was not welcome in Russia and that he lacked a visa. He even asserted that the Provisional Government would have imprisoned him, since he traveled without permission. This is all just Soviet propaganda. The whole company was given a group visa by the Russian Consulate General in Stockholm (except for Fritz Platten, since he was not a Russian citizen).
Lenin wanted to appear as an exceedingly poor revolutionary. That was why he began with his beggar antics in Switzerland, which he later continued in Sweden. Of course, he did not say a word about the fact that he had also begged for money from the Bolsheviks’ secret fund in Stockholm. He received up to 3000 crowns from this source, according to Hans Bjorkegren. Alexander Parvus had founded this fund by the aid of the banker Max Warburg.
I telephoned the headquarters of Svenska Handelsbanken (Swedish Bank of Commerce) on January 24, 1991 and asked how much 3000 crowns were worth in 1917. This money was equivalent to 56 250 crowns (approximately £5000) in 1991. 3000 crowns were nearly equivalent to two years of a worker’s wages (3256 crowns). I must point out here that a worker with an annual income of 1628 crowns in 1917 could support his wife and children.
The trade unionist Fabian Mansson organized a collection among the members of parliament. Even right-wing politicians gave money to Lenin, since comrade Mansson had pointed out that the Bolsheviks would be in power in Russia as early as the next day.
That was the way Lenin’s journey to Russia was organized. He arrived at Petrograd’s Finland station at 11:10 in the evening of the 16th of April. The freemason Nikolai Chkheidze, who was the chairman of the Petrograd Soviet, came with flowers to meet him.
Lenin was later welcomed at the Winter Palace by a representative of the Provisional Government, the Minister for Employment Mikhail Skobelev, who was a Menshevik and a freemason.
In April 1917, there were still many British agents in Petrograd who provoked the soldiers to mutiny and gave them money. On the 7th of April, General Yanin received a complete report about the actions and hiding places of these British agents. This report is still extant. In May, another still larger group of 200 “revolutionaries”, led by the Menshevik L. Martov and Pavel Axelrod, arrived from Switzerland. Many others followed after.
Thousands of Jewish conspirators came also from the United States. A total of 25 000 international “revolutionaries” arrived in Russia.
“There were hundreds of agitators who had followed Trotsky from New York. We were surprised at the fact that the Jewish element dominated from the very beginning.”
“It was not until the Bolsheviks had received from us a steady flow of funds through the various channels and under varying labels that they were in a position to be able to build up their organ Pravda, to conduct energetic propaganda and appreciably to extend the originally narrow base of their party.” ~ Anthony Sutton, “Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution,” p. 39
The rabbi Isaac Wise (1819-1900), chairman of the B’nai B’rith lodge in Cincinnati, has explained:
“Freemasonry is a Jewish institution whose history, degrees, charges, passwords and explanations are Jewish from beginning to end.” ~ The Israelite of America, 3rd of August 1866
B’nai B’rith and the Illuminati wanted to create even greater chaos in Europe, which they succeeded in doing. At the international conference of Masonic Grand Masters in Interlaken, Switzerland, on the 25th of June 1916, Dr David promised that the Jews, after causing great bloodbaths of Aryans, will take control over the whole world. (Oleg Platonov, “The Secret History of Freemasonry”, Moscow, 1996, p. 589.)
The Bolshevik slogans were: “Peace! Bread! Land!” and “All power to the Soviets!”
Despite this, the German Minister of Foreign Affairs, Richard von Kiihlmann, reported to his ambassador in Bern:
“Those who support Lenin’s peace policy are growing in number. Pravda’s circulation has increased to 300 000.”
The information was immediately leaked to the newspapers by patriotic forces. Rumours that the press in Petrograd was going to publish revelatory articles on Lenin, Zinoviev and Trotsky began circulating on the same afternoon.
Zinoviev later claimed that Lenin had discussed the question of the take-over in the Tauridian Palace on the 3rd (16th) of July. This was incorrect, since Lenin was in Bonch-Bruyevich’s villa in Finland then, and returned only on the 4th (17th) of July. (Mikhail Heller and Alexander Nekrich, “Utopia in Power”, London, 1986, p. 30.)
The Bolshevik leaders were worried and began working more actively. No one had time for coup plans any longer. Stalin persuaded Nikolai Chekheidze to telephone the editorial staffs of the newspapers and prohibit the publication of those sensitive documents. Stalin understood as well as the other Bolshevik leaders that the disclosure of that information would damage the Bolsheviks also in the long term.
Even the Provisional Government wanted to sweep the whole business under the carpet at this point. They did not want to take any measures whatever.
There was one small newspaper, The Living Word, which ignored the prohibition and published the Social Revolutionaries Grigori Alexinsky’s and Vasili Pankratov’s article about the German funding of Lenin’s party on the 5 th (18th) of July. That was another reason why Lenin began to hate the right wing faction of the Social Revolutionaries.
In their article, the authors presented various excerpts from those documents, which showed that the Bolshevik leader, Vladimir Lenin, had been given money for his agitatory campaign by the Germans through a certain Mr. Svensson who worked at the German Embassy in Stockholm. Lenin had received money and instructions from reliable people like Jakub Furstenberg alias Yakov Ganetsky and Alexander Parvus in Stockholm and Ganetsky’s relative, the Jewess Yevgenia (Dora) Sumenson (actually Simmons) in Petrograd.
German Imperial Bank had, according to order 7433 of the 2nd of March, opened accounts for Lenin, Trotsky, Ganetsky, Kollontay, Koz-lovsky (Kozlowski), Sumenson and other important Bolsheviks. Not only Lenin was involved in shady financial transfers, but also Trotsky, Zinoviev, Sverdlov, Dzerzhinsky, Kollontay, Josef (Isidor) Steinberg, Volodarsky, Ganetsky, Kozlowski, Radek, Uritsky, Menzhinsky, Yoffe and a few others.
On the same day, the 5th (18th) of July, Pavel Pereverzev, the minister of justice, was made the official scapegoat for the fact that those secret documents had leaked to the press, and was forced to resign. It was claimed that the government first wanted a thorough investigation into the Bolsheviks’ alleged high treason.
Trotsky tried to maintain that the money came from the workers. But could the workers really collect hundreds of thousands of rubles every week just to support the Bolsheviks when there were other labour parties, which were more popular than they were? Trotsky convinced no one with his blatant lies.
On the 6th (19th) of July, other newspapers also began publishing telegrams reporting transfers of German money to the Bolsheviks in Petrograd under various innocent pretexts. (David Shub, “Russian Political Heritage”, New York, 1969.)
In Lenin’s official biography (p. 177), all these accusations were regarded as libel on the part of the provocateurs.
“If the least fact in connection with the money transfers is confirmed, it would be exceedingly naive to believe that we should be able to avoid death sentences.” ~ Akim Arutiunov, “The Phenomenon Vladimir Ulyanov /Lenin”, Moscow, 1992, p. 73
The government knew that Lenin had sent a letter to Ganetsky and Radek in Stockholm on the 12th (25th) of April 1917, in which he told them: “I have received the money from you!”
Thus the Provisional Government copied all of Lenin’s letters, knew about his illegal activities and was even aware that Lenin had contact with a German spy, Georg Slarz, but took no measures whatever. On the contrary, they connived with the Bolsheviks. N. Sergievsky, who sent those copies to the periodical Proletarskaya Revolyutsya without knowing what the letters contained, disappeared without trace in 1926. (Akim Arutiunov, “The Phenomenon Vladimir Ulyanov/Lenin”, Moscow, 1992, p. 73.)
The most sensational thing was that the Provisional Government’s agent in Stockholm helped the Bolsheviks smuggle some of the German money into Petrograd in a courier’s bag. (H. Bjorkegren, “Ryska posten”, Stockholm, 1985, p. 137.) This was evident from Lenin’s correspondence with Ganetsky-Fiirstenberg. All this was extremely embarrassing for the Provisional Government.
Ganetsky-Fiirstenberg was on his way to Petrograd from Stockholm with important party documents just before the revelations. He learned about the scandal in Haparanda and cancelled his journey. He stayed in Haparanda at first, and then returned to Stockholm to be on the safe side. His representative, Solomon Chakowicz, a Polish Jew, stayed in Haparanda with his luggage.
Parvus rapidly disappeared from Copenhagen and turned up again in Switzerland in the wake of this scandal. He never answered Radek’s and Furstenberg’s telegrams where they asked him to deny the accusations. He preferred to keep quiet.
Of course, Parvus was scared. Perhaps he feared that information about his role in the February coup would be revealed in connection with the money transfers. Later, however, he claimed that he had pulled many of the strings whilst living at Stureplan in Central Stockholm and that the troubles had been provoked.
Because of the concrete proof against Lenin, the chief prosecutor had no other choice but to begin an investigation into his activity. During the investigation it was revealed that there were 180,000 rubles on Yevgenia Sumenson’s bank account and that a further 750 000 had been successively transferred during a period of six months from Nya Banken in Stockholm. (A. Karayev, “Lenin”.)
There was no longer any choice ~ Lenin was accused of treason to his fatherland and espionage. On the 7th (20th) of July the Provisional Government wrote an order of arrest for Lenin, Grigori Zinoviev and Leon Kamenev (Rosenfeld). The latter was editor-in-chief of Pravda (Truth). A writ was also issued. The bourgeois as well as the social revolutionary newspapers demanded that the accusations against Lenin should be tried in court. At the same time, Alexander Parvus’ name also appeared in the press.
There were some Bolsheviks who thought Lenin could clear his name from these serious accusations before a court and therefore wanted to see him tried. Stalin and Ordzhonikidze were decidedly against this. The minister for war and naval affairs, Alexander Kerensky (18811970), stepped forward on the 8th (21st) of July (he had just visited the front) and took over the post of prime minister to resolve this conflict with “peaceful means”, as the phrase went.
President Thomas Woodrow Wilson (a freemason) immediately began praising Kerensky as an eminent statesman and a worthy member of the Democratic Union of Honor. At the same time, Wilson blocked all attempts at peace negotiations with Germany.
On the 9th (22nd) of July at 11 o’clock in the evening Lenin left Petrograd together with Zinoviev. He wanted to avoid the risk of being revealed as a German agent. Lenin had stayed in Maria Sulimova’s flat and not with Sergei Alliluyev, as was officially claimed. Joseph Stalin and Sergei Alliluyev followed Lenin out of town. At first he stayed in Sestroretsk and later in Razliv. One month later, he travelled to Jalkala (Finland) and finally ended up in Helsinki.
The most remarkable and puzzling thing was that no one, despite the order of arrest, looked for Lenin. No one wanted to arrest him, despite the fact that the Soviet propaganda later claimed the opposite. Alexander Parvus, meanwhile, began publishing spiteful attacks against Alexander Kerensky in the German press. He also sabotaged any possibility of peace. Lenin’s, Zinoviev’s and Kamenev’s denials were repeated in Maxim Gorky’s paper Novaya Zhizn on the 11th (24th) of July.
On the 13th (26th) of July, the Petrograd Soviet demanded that Lenin and Zinoviev should be put on trial. Lenin continued to ignore those demands since he knew very well what might be revealed during a trial. The Bolshevik and freemason Nikolai Sukhanov (actually Gimmel) maintained, like many of his comrades, that Lenin was innocent and had nothing to fear from a possible trial. Lenin was afraid of such an investigation.
In September 1991, the lawyers’ union in St. Petersburg demanded that the accusations against Lenin should be investigated after the event. They wanted to put him on trial posthumously.
Pavel Milyukov’s bourgeois newspaper Rech (Speech) also accused Leon Trotsky of having received 10 000 dollars for propaganda. That was why Trotsky called July 1917 “the month of the greatest libel in the history of the world”.
The pressure of public opinion led to the arrest of Leon Trotsky and Anatoli Lunacharsky (actually Bailikh-Mandelstam) on August 5th. The authorities also arrested Alexandra Kollontay (1872-1952).
The man in charge of the investigation, Alexandrov, collected plenty of material, filling a total of 24 volumes. They were kept in a special archive and made available to historians only after the fall of Communism. The authorities never got any further than this, despite having all the evidence they needed that the accused persons had collaborated with the enemy during wartime. This evidence would have been enough to execute all those involved. But the authorities took no further action.
The 6th Bolshevik Congress began on the 26th of July (8th August). Some of the delegates (Joseph Stalin, Sergo Ordzhonikidze, Nikolai Skrypnik, Nikolai Bukharin) were against Lenin and Zinoviev appearing voluntarily in court.
Kerensky began releasing arrested Bolsheviks as early as the 17th of August. Kamenev was the first to be set free.
According to the prevailing myth, the February revolution was a very positive event. In reality, this coup d’etat led only to anarchy, as the writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn emphasized in a BBC interview.
On the 19th of August (1st September), Kornilov ordered his Cossacks to attack Petrograd.
“It is time to hang the Germans’ supporters and spies led by Lenin. And we must destroy the Soviets so that they can never assemble again!”
Kerensky knew he had been exposed. His game was over. So he continued releasing imprisoned Bolsheviks. Kozlowski was also set free. He worked as a Chekist after the Bolsheviks’ take-over of power. Kerensky was seized with panic and declared on the 27th of August (September 9th) that Komilov was a mutineer and officially deprived him of his command. Kerensky turned to the Bolsheviks for help against Komilov to salvage whatever he could.
“No support for the Provisional Government!” ~ “The Shorter Biography of Lenin”, Moscow, 1955, p. 168
The Soviets began arresting people, primarily those who were suspected of sympathizing with Komilov. Thousands of officers were arrested in this way. A total of 7000 politically “suspect” people were arrested. (John Shelton Curtiss, “The Russian Revolution of 1917”, New York, 1957, p. 53.) The railway-men were also mobilized and began sabotaging the railways.
The freemasons began a huge propaganda campaign among Komilov’s soldiers who were thoroughly scared and confused. General Alexander
Krymov (a freemason) was invited to negotiations with Kerensky. I do not know what they threatened Krymov with, but upon leaving this meeting he shot himself (if it was really he who held the weapon).
The freemasons succeeded with their combined efforts in stopping Kornilov’s national troops barely a week later, on the 30th of August (12th September).
Trotsky was also released from prison on the 4th (17th) of September. Nobody wanted to remember anything about the July scandal any longer. Now the time was ripe to prepare a quiet, peaceful transfer of power.
“Dear comrade! The office of the banking house M. Warburg has opened in accordance with telegram from president of Rhenish-Westphalian Syndicate an account for the undertaking of Comrade Trotsky. The attorney (agent), presumably Mr. Kastroff, purchased arms and has organized their transportation… And a person authorized to receive the money demanded by Comrade Trotsky. Fiirstenberg.”
I must point out here that, according to Antony Sutton, different documents in the archives of the American State Department prove that David Francis, the American ambassador in Moscow, was kept well-informed about the Bolsheviks’ plans.
The president of the United States Thomas Woodrow Wilson knew in advance that the Bolshevik take-over would prolong the world war. But he did nothing to stop their plans. On the contrary, he did everything in his power to aid them. The United States of America was the only nation to make a huge profit on the war. All the other warring powers lost gigantic sums and came to owe the United States a total of 14 billion dollars. It has been calculated that the international financial elite made a total of 208 billion dollars on the war.
The British government also knew about the Bolshevik plans, since they also recommended that their subjects leave Moscow at least six weeks before the take-over. (Antony C. Sutton, “Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution“, Morley, 1981, p. 45.)
The 8th of November came ever closer and the Bolsheviks did everything in their power to spread apathy among the workers and soldiers, which they later intended to exploit. They also tried to tempt people with the magic word: “Peace!” which no longer felt so treasonable. The Bolshevik Party was not very large at this point. Furthermore, it had an Illuminist core of 4000 members who were most active. Meanwhile, the circulation of Pravda decreased from 220,000 to 85,000 copies.
According to Margarita Fofanova, Lenin returned to Petrograd on the 5th and not the 20th of October, as officially claimed. He stayed with Fofanova until the take-over. The authorities knew perfectly well that Lenin was in Petrograd. Lenin’s sister Maria confirmed this to an official. The Provisional Government did not in any way try to pursue or arrest Lenin.
The Bolshevik plans to seize power were no secret. The general public was not ignorant about them and least of all the Provisional Government. Zinoviev and Kamenev wrote quite openly of their plans in the newspaper Novaya Zhizn on the 31st of October. Lenin had also spoken publicly of those plans on a number of occasions. The historian E.M. Halliday admitted in his book “Russia in Revolution” (Malmo, 1968, p. 114) that the authorities knew of the Bolshevik plans in detail. So why, unless they were involved in the conspiracy, did they do nothing about it?
It is of course a fabrication that the leading Bolsheviks gathered on the 23rd of October (5th of November) in Nikolai Sukhanov’s (Gimmel’s) flat and only then decided to organize the assault on the Winter Palace. Any other Bolshevik leaders but Lenin and Trotsky would have said that armed action was completely unnecessary, since they would gain power at the Second Soviet Congress on the 25th October (7th of November) anyway.
Lenin was not seen between the 2nd and 7th of November. He was not needed. It was Trotsky who organized everything. Lenin disappeared from Fofanova’s flat in the late evenings. Only Stalin knew anything about Lenin’s mysterious disappearances. Lenin was not at Fofanova’s on the evening of the 24th of October (6th of November). Neither was he in the Soviet building in the Smolny palace.
“Es schwin-delt!” (I’m dizzy!).
Lenin immediately began threatening with executions if he was not completely obeyed. But it was still Trotsky who led the show. The Soviet Congress, which had taken up residence in the Smolny Girls’ School, was led by Fiodor Dan (actually Gurvich, 1871-1947), one of the Menshevik leaders.
It was actually the military revolutionary committee who had seized the power. The Bolsheviks modeled it on the revolutionary committees the Jacobins created during the so-called French Revolution. The committee in Petrograd consisted of 18 Commissars. Most of them were either Jews or married to Jewesses. The chairman was Leon Trotsky (Jew).
· Vladimir Ulyanov-Lenin (half-Jew)· Adolf Yoffe (Jew)· Josef Unschlicht (Jew)· Gleb Boky (Jew)· Vladimir Antonov-Ovseyenko (Jew)· Konstantin Mekhonoshin (Jew)· Mikhail Lashevich (Jew)· Felix Dzerzhinsky (Rufin, Jew)· P. Lazimir (Jew)· A. Sadovsky (Jew)· Pavel Dybenko (married to the Jewess Alexandra Kollontay)· Nikolai Podvoisky· Vyacheslav Molotov (actually Skryabin)· Vladimir Nevsky (Feodosi Krivobokov)· Andrei Bubnov· Nikolai Skrypnik (Jew)
Something inexplicable happened at this point: in fact, nothing at all happened on the afternoon of the 7th of November. The historians cannot understand why the Winter Palace was not taken at once. The Soviet Congress also paused a while. Trotsky went into another room to rest. It was officially claimed that Lenin was in the building too, and went to sleep in another room in the afternoon.
At this time Lenin seemed to be but Trotsky’s bloodhound. At the Soviet Congress, only Trotsky was seen as he now and then came out to speak with some members. Lenin was nowhere to be seen. He only sent a few notes to Vladimir Antonov-Ovseyenko, Nikolai Podvoisky and some of the others at the congress. (Sergei Melgunov, “How the Bolsheviks Seized Power”, Paris, 1953.)
According to the myth, about 5000 sailors had already gathered around the Winter Palace to prepare the storming early in the morning of the 25th October (7th of November).
In actual fact, this building was taken over by a few hundred “revolutionaries”, including 50 Red Guards, who calmly just marched straight into the palace.
But to take over the seat of power at a carefully calculated point in time was a symbolic act with astrological connotations for Lenin and Trotsky.
The first Red Guards gathered by the Winter Palace only at around 4:30 in the afternoon, according to the exiled Russian historian Sergei Melgunov. The chief of the Red Guards, Vladimir Nevsky (who later became people’s commissary for communications), received orders to wait. At around six o’clock, the principal of the Artillery Academy in Mikhailovsk ordered his cadets to leave the Winter Palace. The Cossacks also left. (Sergei Melgunov, “How the Bolsheviks Seized Power”, Paris, 1953, p. 119.)
The theatres held their performances, the restaurants stayed open. Nobody noticed that anything strange was going on. The bridge watchmen had no idea about the real situation, either. Lenin and Trotsky, wishing to be on the safe side by securing all the transport routes between the different areas of the city, had bribed all the bridge watchmen.
“Government power lies with the Military Revolutionary Committee!”
It appears that those who fired the shells suddenly lost their ability to aim straight. All those explosions only managed to break one single window. Why were precisely 35 shells fired? Did that number have some Cabbalistic meaning?
The Red Guards waited for a while outside the Winter Palace despite the absence of guards at the side-door, according to Mikhail Heller and Alexander Nekrich (“Utopia in Power”, London, 1986, p. 41). Neither did the Petrograd Garrison take any action against the Bolsheviks. They just watched the show.
The Red Guards walked around in the city and coerced a few sailors into following them to the Winter Palace, including Indrikis Ruckulis, who was a 27-year-old Latvian officer from Kronstadt and the commander of a group of sailors. He was threatened with death when he refused to accompany the Red Guards. He asserted that no single shell was fired from the armored cruiser Aurora to give the signal for the storming, as was later claimed. (Expressen, the 17th of October 1984.) This was another myth.
There was no storming of the Winter Palace. Everything proceeded calmly. No blood was spilled.
When the Bolsheviks had coolly walked in through the unguarded entrances, they strolled about in the halls and corridors and greeted the “defenders”, who did not resist, in a friendly manner (E. M. Halliday, “Russia in Revolution”, Malmo, 1968, p. 120). Even E. M. Halliday confirms that there was never a battle. Only in Moscow was any kind of resistance offered. The Kremlin was fired upon until three in the morning, despite the fact that the cadets had left the building by 7 o’clock on the previous evening.
Vladimir Antonov-Ovseyenko (1883-1937), who was a comrade of Trotsky, had been given the task of removing the Provisional Government. Here something extremely puzzling occurred. Radio Russia related this on the 12th of August 1991 at two in the afternoon.
Antonov-Ovseyenko and his Red Guards reached the Malachite Hall just before two o’clock and waited behind a door leading to the council chamber of the Provisional Government. The government (without Kerensky) had, against all reason, gathered there. Why?
Antonov-Ovseyenko just stood looking at the clock. Red Guards and sailors also stood waiting for Antonov-Ovseyenko’s signal. They waited there for about ten minutes.
“The Winter Palace was taken over at 2:04.”
“It is time!” (“Para!”) to the Red Guards.
“Gentlemen! Your time is up!”
In the horoscope of the Soviet regime, MC (Medium Coeli = the zenith) lay 4°28′ in Gemini (which stands for power) – an aspect which was favorable to the seizure of power.
The fact that Antonov-Ovseyenko waited until 2:10 favored only the new regime. 2:10, when the members of the Provisional Government were taken away, was presumably a key time. (Nicholas Campion, “The Book of World Horoscopes”, Wellingborough, 1988, p. 280.)
Lenin also claimed this. Trotsky had his 38th birthday on the 26th October (8th of November) 1917, and the whole spectacle became his birthday party as well as the beginning of a new epoch. (The phases of the moon are repeated every 19th year.)
Certain days had a special significance for the Bolshevik leadership. Why else conceal Lenin’s true date of birth? I should like to point out here that the Soviet army did everything in its power to take Berlin on May 1st, 1945 so that the red flag of the Illuminati could be hoisted over the city on that very day.
It is obvious that the official time (8th of November) was extremely important to the conspirators. Had not Kerensky already relinquished power to the Bolshevik elite, without the public at large hearing anything about it, on the 3rd of November (21st of October)? To mislead their subjects, the Bolsheviks began officially celebrating the revolution on November 7th.
That elite who actually became a secret red transitional government were responsible for the show. Those ten men, of whom at least half were secret freemasons, made up the Politburo and the Military Revolutionary Committee, which had been founded on the 16th (29th) of October – Yahweh’s doomsday.
· Vladimir Lenin (half-Jew)· Leon Trotsky (Jew)· Grigori Zinoviev (Jew)· Leon Kamenev (Jew)· Grigori Sokolnikov (Jew)· Yakov Sverdlov (Jew)· Joseph Stalin (half-Jew)· Felix Dzerzhinsky (Jew)· Moisei Uritsky (Jew)· Andrei Bubnov (Russian)
Not one single historian has been able to explain logically why the Bolsheviks waited on the evening of the 7th of November and did not take the Winter Palace at once. The only reason that any historian has come up with is that the Bolshevik leadership lacked resolution on that evening. The reader may decide whether to accept this explanation or not.
I must mention here that there was a mysterious figure who represented the Bolshevik freemasons but took part in the meeting of the Provisional Government. His name was Yuri Steklov (actually Nakhamkis) and was the agent of the Bolshevik Central Committee. His behaviour made it seem as if it was he who decided how long the Provisional Government was allowed to act and remain in power.
According to yet another myth in the huge Bolshevik repertoire, all the ministers (except Kerensky) were arrested and sentenced to imprisonment, but there are names among them who later turned up in the Bolshevik administration. For instance, the freemason and former minister of communications, Nikolai Nekrasov, became a bureaucrat in the Cooperative Central Union in 1920. (Professor N. Pervushin’s article “The Russian Freemasons and the Revolution” in the newspaper Novoye Russkoye Slovo, New York, August 1, 1986, p. 6.)
Even the Greater Soviet Encyclopaedia (Vol. 56, Moscow, 1936, p. 301) confirmed that Kerensky’s minister of the interior, Sergei Urusov, later worked in the Soviet National Bank. He was still the emissary of the French freemasons.
The world is truly puzzling and the official history contains so many incredible fairy tales for adults that “A Thousand and One Nights” pales in comparison.
It was also Kerensky who saw that the railway tickets for Lenin’s and his group’s journey from Stockholm to Petrograd was paid for. And finally, he left the power in their hands. According to the myth, Kerensky was opposed to the Communists. He was actually the Grand Secretary of the Grand Orient in Russia. Lenin and Trotsky supplied him with false documents and a large amount of money and had him escorted to Murmansk, which had been occupied by the British.
Kerensky was received as a “White” refugee in Murmansk. He boarded an Italian steamboat and sailed to England, according to documents, which have been preserved in London. Kerensky later lived in Berlin, Paris and California as a wealthy man. He died in New York on the 12th of June
Even the great falsifier of history E.M. Halliday admitted in his book “Russia in Revolution” (Malmo, 1968, p. 117) that Kerensky left the Winter Palace and Petrograd on the morning of November 7th in an automobile, which was placed at his disposal by the American Embassy. The car carried an American flag.
All this forces an independently thinking person to wonder whether the Provisional Government did not actually prepare for the coming terror of the Bolsheviks. Why else did the United States of America and Great Britain order their people to leave Russia in good time before the transfer of power? The Bolsheviks were then officially just as democratic as Kerensky and his lackeys.
What happened in February (March) 1917 was not a revolution, but a coup d’etat organized from without. The Bolsheviks themselves, however, did not carry out a coup d’etat in October (November) 1917, as we have learned in the West, but simply took over power. It was an internationally controlled conspiracy. If this was not the case, then a great number of important facts cannot be explained; instead, everything becomes dim and incomprehensible. If we assume that it really was a planned conspiracy, then all those strange events, which I described earlier, immediately have a clear explanation.
The Soviet-Estonian Encyclopaedia maintained that the very fact that Marxism was introduced in Russia proves that it is a true ideology. No other evidence was necessary.
Lenin said after the take-over: “We shall now build the socialist order.”Trotsky corrected him: “We must establish a socialist dictatorship.”
“The Soviet system will remain until the end of human history.”
The astrologer E.H. Troinsky calculated in 1956 that the Soviet state would begin falling apart after 72 years and 7 months, i.e., after July 1990. As we all know, the Soviet regime was seriously weakened precisely after June 1990 and finally fell in August 1991.
The Masonic Bolsheviks wanted to be certain that they could stay in power. That was why they asked the Germans for help. German troops were sent to throw an iron ring around Petrograd so that no oppositional forces, including General Piotr Krasnov’s Cossacks, could threaten the Bolshevik government (Igor Bunich, “The Party’s Gold”, St. Petersburg, 1992, p. 24).
Colonel Heinrich von Ruppert had traveled with a Swedish passport to Petrograd as early as April 1917 to give secret instructions to the German prisoners of war, who later helped the Bolsheviks in every way imaginable, according to Igor Bunich.
A highly interesting American report, which reached Washington on the 9th of December 1917, stated, among other things, that General William V. Judson saw many Germans when he visited Trotsky in Smolny. (Antony C. Sutton, “Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution”, Morley, 1981, p. 45.)
The Germans also supplied the “revolutionaries” with weapons. The ship Yastreb brought weapons and ammunition from Friedrichshafen and reached Russia in time for the Bolshevik take-over.
A parade of the “internationalists”, that is, the Germans, for Lenin and his Bolshevik government was organized for the 29th of October (11th of November) 1917.
“We greet you, World Revolution!”
“We greet you, Kaiser Wilhelm!” Lenin took this as an insult. ~ Igor Bunich, “The Party’s Gold”, St. Petersburg, 1992, p. 24
This is actually confirmed by the rabbi Elmer Berger in his book “The Jewish Dilemma”, published in the United States in 1946. Berger wrote that the Soviet government privileged the Jews for being Jews, not just through the fact that Jews dominated the Soviet regime.
THE BEGINNING OF THE GOVERNMENT TERROR
The criminals took Lenin’s slogan “Plunder what was plundered!” seriously and managed to find a large amount of well-hidden valuables. The Bolsheviks then captured them, confiscated their loot and murdered those rivals on the spot. The criminals probably realized soon enough that the Bolsheviks intended to monopolize crime, like they did the truth. In this way gang after gang of bandits were liquidated.
As I have mentioned previously, the Bolshevik speculators around Lenin found it hard to believe that all their plans would actually succeed, so they immediately began to plunder Russia of its wealth. All those riches were quickly sent abroad, primarily to Berlin.
The international bankers were very happy about this turn of events, according to Igor Bunich. The Bolsheviks acted with such haste and violence that it seems they thought the plundering and murdering might have to cease on the very next day. By the aid of “contracts of sale” written under threat, many estates and houses were handed over to Jewish “businessmen” living outside Russia.
The Bolshevik leaders immediately took over stately homes to live in. Lenin became the “owner” of Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrov’s estate in Gorky near Moscow. All the villagers were forced to leave their homes to make room for Lenin’s bodyguards. Trotsky got hold of Prince Felix Yusupov’s castle. The Bolsheviks were especially interested in items of gold.
The Bolshevik leader had, immediately after the take-over, given orders to draw up lists of people who absolutely had to be executed. Lenin declared that an entire social class (the bourgeoisie) would have to be eliminated. The chief revolutionary believed that the children absolutely had to watch while their parents were murdered. It was the Bolsheviks who decided who was bourgeois. In that way many ordinary, simple people were also murdered.
Talented intellectuals quickly perceived the true nature of this crime syndicate, which called itself the Bolsheviks-Communists. The intellectuals’ name for this extravaganza of murder and robbery was Jewish Bolshevism.
“It seems as if the Bolshevik revolution in Russia is actually an enormous financial operation, the goal of which is to transfer the control of vast sums of money from the Russians to European and American banks.”
“The aim of Bolshevism is to gain complete power in the non-Jewish areas, so that no wealth remains in non-Jewish hands. In this way, the Jews would be able to gain power over everyone, ostensibly in the interest of others.”
“The revolution needs no historians!”
The Bolsheviks began confiscating as much private property as they could. They also prohibited private commerce. The subjects were regarded as the property of the state (i.e. the Jewish Bolshevik leadership).
“The strong Jewish element in the leadership of the Russian Bolshevik regime stirred up resentment in many places in Russia and led to the spreading of the belief that Bolshevism was predominantly a Jewish movement.”
The Russian people faced a dreadful time of violent clashes and complete degradation. The Red Jews’ aim was to subdue the Russians as quickly as possible and later expand their power into other countries. In the beginning these criminals managed, with the help of German troops and American financial support, to eliminate or force into exile nearly all the honest and independently thinking people in Russia and transform the nation into a criminal society.
There were also German and other foreign elite soldiers among the Chekist Special Forces, according to Igor Bunich.
The rabbi Judas Magnus from the American Jews’ committee in New York admitted on the 24th of October 1918 that he also was a Bolshevik and liked the ideas of the new regime in Russia. The leading Zionist newspapers Jewish Chronicle (London) and American Hebrew (New York) praised the Bolshevik regime in Russia as a triumph for the Jewish model of society in their editorials from December 1918 up to Lenin’s death in 1924.
It was certainly a triumph. In fact, the world had never before seen such a triumph of evil and violence.
American Hebrew wrote on September 8, 1920:
“The Bolshevik Revolution was largely the product of Jewish thinking, Jewish discontent, Jewish effort to reconstruct.”
“What Jewish idealism and Jewish discontent have so powerfully contributed to produce in Russia, the same historic qualities of the Jewish mind are tending to promote in other countries.”
Another report to the American secretary of state in 1918 stated that the leadership of each city-soviet was comprised of at least 50 per cent Jews, especially malign Jews “of the worst type”, many of whom were anarchists. (“U.S. State Department Report, Foreign Relations 1918, Russia”, Vol. 11, p. 240.)
Professor Israel Shahak put it bluntly:
“An examination of radical, socialist and communist parties can provide many examples of disguised Jewish chauvinists and racists, who joined these parties merely for reasons of ‘Jewish interest’ and are, in Israel, in favor of ‘anti-Gentile’ discrimination.” ~ Israel Shahak, “Jewish History, Jewish Religion: The Weight of Three Thousand Years”, London, 1994, p. 17
“Judaism is the father of Marxism and Communism.”
“Anti-Communism is anti-Semitism!”
Did not the Bolshevik, M. Kogan, coolly state in his article “Services of Jewry to the Working Class”:
“Without exaggeration, it may be said that the Great Socialist October Revolution was indeed accomplished by the hands of the Jews… The symbol of Jewry, which for centuries has struggled against capitalism, has become also the symbol of the Russian proletariat, which can be seen even in the fact of the adoption of the Red five-pointed star, which in former times, as is well-known, was the symbol of Zionism and Jewry.” ~ Kommunist, Kharkov, 12th April 1919
“Arise, Russian people, against the Jews!”
The Bolsheviks concealed as much as they could about themselves. All kinds of truths immediately became state secrets. Lenin was the master of all liars.
Who were those robbers and bandits who believed violence to be the best way of controlling a society?
1. Vladimir Lenin2. Leon Trotsky3. Leon Kamenev4. Grigori Sokolnikov (Brilliant)5. Grigori Zinoviev6. Joseph Stalin7. Andrei Bubnov
Those men, together with the Party Central, decided at 2:30 A.M. on November 9th to form a one-party government (Sovnarkom), ignoring the other parties. Lenin named himself head of government. He wanted to make Trotsky his second in command – People’s Commissary for Internal Affairs. He would thereby also have become vice-chairman of Sovnarkom.
“I said [to Lenin] that it was unnecessary, in my opinion, to play into the enemy’s hands… it would be much better if there were no Jews at all in the first Soviet revolutionary government.”
· V. Nogin (1878-1924) who was responsible for trade and industry· the freemason Ivan Skvortsov-Stepanov, who became people’s commissary for financial affairs· Nikolai Avilov (Glebov), communications· Vladimir Milyutin, agriculture· the Ukrainian Pavel Dybenko (1889-1938) who became people’s commissary for naval affairs.
The other members of the first Soviet government were Jews, however:
· the freemason Anatoli Lunacharsky (actually Bailikh-Mandelstam), who became people’s commissary for educational affairs· the Freemason Nikolai Krylenko (Aaron Bram, 1885-1938), who became People’s Commissary for Military Affairs· Ivan Teodorovich, who became commissary for foodstuffs· Georgi Lomov (actually Oppokov), who was responsible for justice· Vladimir Antonov-Ovseyenko (1883-1939)· Alexander Shlyapnikov (actually Belenin), who was responsible for employment
It soon became evident that the Russians in the Bolshevik government were unable to introduce the gangster regime of which the Jewish freemasons dreamed, despite the fact that all those puppet-Russians were surrounded in their offices by Jewish aides who, according to several protocols, eagerly took part in government meetings.
· Fanigstein-Daletsky· Abram Slutsky· Altfater
The alcoholic Rykov’s post was given to Grigori Petrovsky (1878-1958) just 20 days later. Georgi Lomov had to leave his post as commissary for justice. This post was instead given to the Jew Josef (Isidor) Steinberg. Vladimir Milyutin was exchanged for the Jew Alexander Schlichter (1868-1940). Nikolai Avilov (1868-1940) had to make way for the Jew Vyacheslav Zof. There were also two new members: the Jew V. Volodarsky (actually Moisei Goldstein) became people’s commissary for propaganda and press and the Jewess Alexandra Kollontay was named people’s commissary for social affairs.
There were a total of 17 government members, of whom 11 were Jews, two half-Jews and only four were Slavs (three Russians and one Ukrainian). The Jewish members subsequently became more visible.
The first chairman of the Central Executive Committee was the freemason Leon Kamenev (Leiba Rosenfeld), in the West flatteringly termed “president”. His assumed name Kamenev means “stony”. He was married to Trotsky’s youngest sister, Olga. Kamenev held this high post for only 13 days before he was replaced by another Jewish freemason, Yakov Sverdlov (Yankel-Aaron Movshevich Solomon). Kamenev instead became the mayor of Moscow. He was also the vice-chairman of the Council of People’s Commissars for a while. He was named People’s Commissary for Commerce in 1926.
The Bolsheviks opened a Pandora’s Box, drowned Russia, and later inundated many other countries in terrible sufferings. They introduced a feudal bandit régime they called Bolshevism. Only hope and fear remained. Streets, squares and even cities were eventually named after the Jews in power: Volodarsky, Slutsk, Sverdlovsk…
The Social Revolutionaries protested strongly against Lenin’s actions. To keep up appearances, Lenin offered the left wing of the Social Revolutionaries four posts in the Sovnarkom. In the beginning they declined the offer, but somewhat later the Social Revolutionaries Josef Steinberg, V. Trutovsky, Vladimir Karelin and A. Kolegayev wanted to join the Bolshevik government and thereby support Lenin’s terrorism.
The mayor of Petrograd was the Jew Schreider. Even the leadership of the other parties consisted of Jews. But a considerable part of the Jews in the other parties left to join the Bolsheviks, who began a massive propaganda campaign to win the parliamentary elections.
The Jew Moisei Kharitonov (Markovich) was named chief of the militia in Petrograd. He had traveled together with Lenin from Switzerland to Stockholm. He later became a Trotskyist. Grigori Sokolnikov (Brilliant) was the editor of Pravda at an earlier stage. After the Bolshevik take-over, he worked as chief commissar for banking affairs. He was appointed people’s commissary for financial affairs in 1921. Stalin had him arrested in 1937 and he died two years later in the GULAG archipelago.
The Constituent Assembly met on the 5th (18th) of January 1918 and rejected the Bolshevik government with 237 votes against 136. On the following day, Lenin had the “Latvian riflemen” (i.e. the German troops) dissolve the parliament. German soldiers opened fire on the crowd who tried to defend the Constituent Assembly. This was when the Bolsheviks actually performed their coup. They had no intention of leaving power at this stage.
There was too much left to plunder. The Bolsheviks plundered riches amounting to 7.5 billion rubles in gold just from the churches, according to a conservative estimate by Western experts.
The Bolsheviks had already set up revolutionary tribunals, had begun “nationalizing” (that is – plundering) private property; they abolished the military ranks and in all secrecy founded the political police (the Cheka). There were an incredible number of freemasons among the Bolsheviks.
· Nikolai Bukharin· Grigori Zinoviev, a member of B’nai B’rith and the Grand Orient, according to Valeri Yemelyanov’s book “De-Zionisation”, Paris, 1979, p. 14)· Mieczyslaw Kozlowski· Semyon Sereda, who later became people’s commissary for agriculture· Ivan Skvortsov-Stepanov· Mikhail Skobelev· Nikolai Sokolov· Leonid Krasin· Gorky’s wife J. Peshkova and her stepson Zinovi Peshkov (Yakov Sverdlov’s brother)
On the 28th of January 1918, Lenin decided to set up the Red Army and the Germans and Americans had to give all kinds of support to the Bolsheviks. The situation was catastrophic, because enemy troops were approaching Petrograd, and on March 11, 1918, the Bolshevik government fled to Moscow where it remained.
The evil now broke out over the whole of society. Power became even more centralized than at the time of the Jacobins’ coup in France. Trotsky wanted to see his subjects as militarized slaves. All forms of begging were forbidden, just like the Paris Commune had done by a decree on April 16th, 1871. Those breaking this decree were shot.
The bourgeoisie were forced to sweep the streets and shovel snow. Their children were excluded from higher education. Lenin’s instructions that the universities should welcome, above all, those people who just wanted a diploma rather than knowledge, were followed later as well.
Even the early Taoists knew that:
“The more knowledge people have, the harder they are to control.”
Not one single synagogue was destroyed or converted into a public toilet or storehouse, as happened to the churches. Not a single rabbi was crucified. Many churches in Moscow were torn down in 1922 and instead a synagogue with space for two thousand people was built. A total of 60,000 churches were destroyed.
The Jewish executioners used to shout:
“Long live the red terror! Death to the bourgeois!”
The Times admitted on September 18, 1920:
“The Soviet regime relies on Jewish brains, Latvian [i.e. German] and Chinese bayonets and the terrible Russian ignorance.”
In 1920, a total of half a million Jews already worked in the Soviet party and state apparatus, in various institutions, as company leaders and in all other possible fields of practice within the Soviet regime. Many of those Jews had moved to Russia, primarily from Poland and Lithuania. (“The Book of Russian Judaism”, New York, 1968, p. 137.)
Here follows a list of just a few of the most powerful Jews in the early Soviet administration.
· The prosecutor general was D. Kursky.· The lawyer of the Council of People’s Commissaries was Vladimir Bonch-Bruyevich (1873-1955)· Yemelyan Yaroslavsky (Minei Gubelman, 1878-1943) became the Kremlin’s Commissar and the secretary of the Central Committee. It was he who led the take-over of power in Moscow
· Moisei Frumkin (who became people’s commissary for finance and foreign affairs)· Adolf Yoffe· Karl Radek (Tobiach Sobel-sohn)· Sara Khavkina (worked in the Central Committee)· Alexander Ghe (Goldberg)· Yuri Larin (actually Mikhail Lurye, 1882-1932)· Vatslav Vorovsky (Orlovsky)· Mieczyslaw Bronski (actually Moisei Warszawski, who became deputy commissary for trade and industry)· Abram Skovno (1888-1938)· David Rosenblum· Christian Rakovsky (Bulgarian Jew who became head of the red government in the Ukraine)· Mikhail Lashevich· David Ryazanov (Goldenbach, 1870-1938, a Jew from Odessa, arrived from Switzerland with the second train, became director of the Marx Institute)· Aaron Scheinman· Georgi Safarov· Yakov Surits· Aaron Soltz· Nikolai Krestinsky (member of the Central Committee)· Yevgenia Bosh· Rozovsky· Samuel Kaufman (who became a people’s commissary)· Isidor Gukovsky (people’s commissary)· Feningstein (people’s commissary)· Olga Ravich (Sarra Gavvich, worked with people’s commissary Feningstein)· Yelena Stasova (secretary of the Central Committee)· Theodor Rothstein (leading man in the Foreign Commissariat)· Ivan Maisky (actually Steinman)· Yan-Yakov Gamarnik· Moisei Rukhimovich· Alexander Shotman (1880-1939)· Dashevich· Mikhail Kobetsky· Mikhail Goberman· Nikolai Gordon (Leiba Alie Chael, close collaborator with Grigori Zinoviev)· Sergei Syrtsov· Mikhail Tomsky (Honigberg)· Mikhail (Meier) Trilisser· Joseph Unschlicht· Arkadi Rosengoltz· Grigori Chud-novsky· Joseph Pyatnitsky (Tarsis)· Yevgeni Gnedin (Leon Helphand, son of Alexander Parvus who became head of the Paris Bureau of the Cheka)· Bor and many, many others…
All kinds of Jewish speculators and anarchists, who were enamoured with Bolshevism, travelled to Soviet Russia at the very beginning. They came from many countries (from Turkey, Germany, Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Bohemia, Slovakia, and the United States of America).
The most famous of these were Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman, who were sent to Petrograd by the American authorities in January 1920. Those anarchists had praised the Soviet state as paradise on earth around the United States. Later, they described how the Bolsheviks in Smolny’s restaurant had introduced a system of privileges, where the leading Communists received better food than the others.
Here follows a list of the names of some important American Jews who worked in the Soviet state apparatus:
· Minnor was active as a political commissar at the Commissariat for Internal Affairs· Kisswalter worked in the Supreme Soviet as chairman of the economic restructuring committee· Kahan was active in the committee for the abolition of private banks· Simson coordinated the work of the Soviets· Gubelman was political commissar in Moscow’s military district· Michelson was named adviser to the People’s Bank· a high post was also held by Isaac Don Levine
Trotsky’s comrade Clara Sheridan wrote quite openly in the New York World on December 13, 1923:
“The Communist leaders are Jews and Russia is entirely dominated by them. They are in every town, in every government bureau, in the offices and in the editorial staffs of the newspapers. They drive away the Russians and are responsible for the increasingly anti-Semitic attitude.”
Here I must point out that the Russian extremist Jews and their fellow travelers were only tools in the hands of Jewish international bankers, who wanted to transport as much wealth as possible out of Russia. Everything that happened during the Jacobin’s reign of terror in France was repeated in Russia.
That was apparently the reason why the British newspaper The Guardian, in March 1923, called the Bolsheviks the Party of the Yellow Satan. Here follows an actual case.
The freemason Yuri Lomonosov, who was the right-hand man of the minister of communications during the time of the Provisional Government, lived in the United States between 1918 and 1919. He returned to Russia and held a high post in the Bolshevik regime.
Eventually, all of the Bolsheviks’ gold reserves ended up in the United States, according to the Russian historian Igor Bunich.
In the Soviet Union, Masonic terms typical of the Communist movement were used constantly. They wanted to “build a new society” and a “better and brighter future”. Or they wanted to rebuild the old (perestroika).
The emotive propaganda apparatus was completely in the hands of “revolutionary” Jews. They even had their own news agency, YETA, which diligently reported all manifestations of anti-Semitism. The Jewish functionaries even began to publish Pravda in Yiddish (Varhait) on the 3rd of March 1918, and from August 1918, the same newspaper was also published in Hebrew (Emet). (The Greater Soviet Encyclopaedia, Moscow, 1932, Vol. 24, p. 120.)
Jewish authors produced combat literature. Jewish composers composed all kinds of marches and myth-songs to inspire ordinary Russians to heroic acts in the name of Socialism. Much was staked, also abroad, on the songs of Isaac Dunayevsky and the Pokrass brothers.
Dmitri Pokrass’ work included the well-known “Konarmeiskaya”, which the Swedish socialists eagerly sang under the name of “The Song About the Reaction”, and the “Budyonny March”. The latter was composed by Dmitri Pokrass at twenty years of age in Kiev in the summer of 1920. In the same year, his brother who was two years older, wrote “We Build the Nation”, where it is claimed that the Red Army was the strongest of all.
Isaac Dunayevsky’s most famous melody was named “The March of the Young Enthusiasts”.
· Leo Arnstam· Abram Room· Leonid Trauberg· Friedrich Ermler· Dziga Ver-tov· Josef Heifitz· Mikhail Romm· Mark Donskoy· Sergei Jutkevich· Juli Raizman…
The Jews dominated the Ukrainian cultural life to an even higher degree (76 per cent of those registered in the cultural unions were Jews). Lenin also took the opportunity to proclaim sexual freedom in December 1917 (even homosexuality was decriminalized), as happened after the Jacobin coup in 1791.
Lenin made the Soviet organs proclaim: “From the age of 18, every young woman is the property of the state.” Unmarried women had to register themselves at the Bureau of Free Love. Omission was punished severely. Each registered woman had to choose a man between 19 and 50 years of age.The men also had the right to choose women, but they had to carry documentation that they belonged to the proletariat. The others were not allowed to have a sex-life since they were class-enemies (i.e. enemies of the Jews).In the interest of the state, men had the right to choose women registered at the Bureau of Free Love, even if the said women did not comply. The children that were born from these unions became the property of the republic. (Mikhail and August Stern, “Iron Curtain for Love”, Stockholm, 1982, p. 26.)Jewish Bolsheviks frequently organized naked marches and propagated group-sexuality. Those new measures caused deep psychological disturbances in the traditionally family-oriented Russian people.The communist leaders wanted to eliminate the concept and practice of family life. Abortion, meanwhile, was legalized. Rape also became far more common.
Any girl at all,young and beautifulwill I rape.And contemptuouslywill I spit on her!
As soon as the moral norms had been dissolved, sexuality was prohibited.
“Sexuality is the enemy of the revolution!”
“That little institution of manners which is the family… that entire curse… shall become a closed chapter.”
In this way, the Russian society had been transformed into a herd of cattle, just as the freemason Mikhail Bakunin had predicted. “Dictionnaire Universel” (p. 114) confirms that Bakunin really was a freemason. Bakunin maintained that the red bureaucracy would cramp the morals and ideas of the people.
“Society has the total and unconditional right to intervene in the sexual life of the people and improve the race by introducing an artificial sexual selection.”
“One of the first symbols of Bolshevism was the swastika, proposed by Jewish officials as the chief element of the arms of state. Among other uses, the reversed swastika appeared on uniform sleeves in the Red Army, and, in 1918, on bank notes in denominations of five and ten thousand rubles.”
“The star of David was used on the first Bolshevik documents and Soviet military insignia. It was later superseded by the five-pointed Masonic star.”
Every Master Mason uses a ritual hammer. We can find the background of this tradition in the Old Testament, where it is written that Yahweh has been like unto a hammer in his destruction of other peoples (Jeremiah 50:23).
The freemason and communist leader Mao Zedong also declared in 1950: “Communism is a hammer which crushes our enemies.”The sickle also comes from freemasonry. It symbolizes destruction (the gelding of Urano). It is also mentioned in Jeremiah (50:16).
With the help of Great Britain, America, Germany and other countries, the Soviet regime was established in Russia. That regime propagated terror, deceit, plunder and political prostitution. Communism became especially dangerous because it justified its incredibly evil crimes with an equally incredible propaganda of lies.
So, Russia became infected with Marxism which, like a cancer, destroyed the body of society and began to spread the red disease abroad to other countries.
Lenin stressed that he welcomed the assimilation of different national groups; everything which led to different peoples becoming a single nation. (Lenin, “Works”, Vol. 20, p. 18.)
The reason for the deportation of the Tartars, Armenians and Greeks from the Crimea in World War Two has now also been revealed. The Jewish Communists had suggested the founding of a Jewish republic in the Crimea on the 15th of February 1944, but the plans were never fully realized (Ogonyok, No. 5, 1990, p. 22).
Lenin’s crime syndicate became more and more powerful, since it was supported by international bankers and in the beginning also by the German government.
“Spend large amounts, since it is in our interest that the Bolsheviks remain in power.”
The German government spent a total of 50 million marks on the Bolsheviks, according to the Jewish socialist politician Eduard Bernstein in Germany (Vorwarts, 14th of January 1921). After World War Two, American soldiers found the archives of the German Foreign Ministry in the Harz Mountains. The archive contained documents from the years 1876-1920. Some of these papers were published in the periodical International Affairs in London in 1957. In the same year, the collection of documents “Lenin’s Return to Russia”, edited by Werner Halweg, was published in Holland.
Communism was an ideology, which depended on violence to survive. The truth needs no violence. Meanwhile, the Communist system only encouraged the lowest of all human mentalities. Bandits ruled the good.
This reign brought about the spiritual death of the Russian society. This was the very aim of the Illuminati.This time their terror was called revolution, and this time it was a huge one.The Communists primarily propagated class-war and hatred, by which means the people were turned into a rabble, a herd.The Czech author Karel Capek declared that the Soviet system was an attempt to tear the human world to pieces and achieve total international confusion.Nature had to be subdued ~ it was regarded as an enemy.
“We need no alms from nature, we will take from nature!”
Lenin asserted that internationalism meant that one must support the revolutionary movement in all nations, without exception. (Lenin, “Collected Works”, Vol. 30, p. 170.) This was, of course, true imperialism.
“Communists all over the world must also be Russian patriots, since Russia is the only nation ruled by the working class.”
“Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania disturb our penetration of Western Europe. They cut Soviet-Russia off from revolutionary Germany. Such an obstruction must be annihilated. The Baltic ports would give us the opportunity to speed up the revolutionary development in Scandinavia.”
The fact that the Bolshevik criminals gained a stable base in Russia meant bad news for the rest of the world, since it worsened the quality of life everywhere. The Communists’ goal was to use mass terror to scare all their subjects into total submission.