We’re relentlessly told that we must “never forget” the “Six Million” victims of Hitler and the Nazis. But we hear far less about the vastly greater number of victims of Lenin and Stalin, and the grim legacy of Soviet Communism. Some 20 million people perished as victims of the Soviet regime, historians acknowledge. Jews played a decisive role in founding and promoting the egalitarian-universalist ideology of Marxism, in developing the Marxist political movement, and in brutally establishing Bolshevik rule in Russia. With the notable exception of Lenin, who was one-quarter Jewish, most of the leading Marxists who took control of Russia in 1917-20 were Jews, including Trotsky, Sverdlov, Zinoviev, Kamenev and Radek. The Bolshevik killing of Russia’s imperial family is symbolic of the tragic fate of Russia and, indeed, of the entire West.
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Soviet Russia’s Persecution Of Latvia, 1918 To The Present
Paper Presented to the Eighth
International Revisionist Conference
By Alexander V. Berkis
The focus of this paper is the oppression and persecution which the rulers of the Soviet Union have inflicted on the Baltic nation of Latvia, from its declaration of independence in 1918 to the present day. The Red Army has invaded and occupied Latvia three times in the past seventy years; its most recent aggression, in 1944, has resulted in the continuing, illegal Soviet occupation of Latvia. Each Soviet incursion has been accompanied by mass killings and deportations of Latvians, and Soviet authorities have sought to destroy Latvian nationhood by the illegal annexation of Latvia to the USSR and through measures aimed at eradicating the Latvians’ historical, cultural, and religious traditions. Nevertheless, the Latvian people, in their homeland and in exile, have fought to defend their nationhood with all the means at their disposal.
The Violent Expulsion Of Ethnic Germans
In 1914, 2, 416, 290 German civilians were living in Russia. When World War I began, a wave of hostility began, especially after the Laws of Liquidation passed in 1915. After the Bolshevik Revolution of October 25, 1917, the ethnic Germans of the former czarist empire were subjected to an organized campaign of terror: rape, drownings, torture, burning, mutilations, mass shootings and extermination.
Σιωνισμός και Διεθνής Κομμουνισμός
DER KAMERAD: Θα πρέπει να ξεκαθαρίσουμε εξαρχής, ότι ουδένα αρνητικό συναίσθημα τρέφουμε προς τους Εβραίους – απλώς, παραθέτουμε ιστορικά γεγονότα.
“Ήμασταν οι πρώτοι που φωνάξαμε ανάμεσα στις μάζες των ανθρώπων τις λέξεις ‘Ελευθερία, Ισότητα, Αδερφότητα’. Αυτές οι λέξεις έφεραν στις τάξεις μας, χάρη στους πράκτορες μας, ολόκληρες λεγεώνες που κρατούσαν τα πανό μας με ενθουσιασμό! Ο κόσμος συνήθιζε να αντιμετωπίζει τους βασιλιάδες στους θρόνους τους σαν μια πλήρη εκδήλωση της θέλησης του Θεού, εώς ότου εμείς διεισδύσαμε στο μυαλό τους την ιδέα των ΔΙΚΩΝ ΤΟΥΣ δικαιωμάτων. Επίσης, τους κλέψαμε τη πίστη τους στο Θεό.” ‘Πρωτόκολλα 1 και 5.