The Jews Revolution in Russia.
Nikolai Lenin (Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, 1870-1924) was a Russian revolutionary and student of Marx who was out for revenge after his older brother, Alexander, was hung in 1887 along with four comrades for conspiring to assassinate Tsar Alexander II, the grandfather of Nicholas II.
During his teenage years, he admired Mikhail Bakunin (1814-1876), a follower of Weishaupt’s principles and a Satanist, who was the driving force behind the initial effort to organize Communism. In 1887, Lenin entered Kazan University, and in 1889 he became a Mason and soon began advocating the philosophies of Marx. He said: « We must combat religion. This is the ABC’s of all materialism and consequently of Marxism. » In 1891, he passed his law exam. In the early 1900’s, he said that Socialism could only be achieved by mobilizing workers and peasants through revolution, since trade unions were not able to bring about any change.
In 1903, in London, he initiated a split in the Russian Social-Democratic Workers Party, which was completed in 1912, and became known as the All Russian Communist Party in 1918. His left-wing faction became known as the Bolsheviks, or « bolshinstvo, » which meant « majority » (the Menshevicks, or « menshinstvo, » meant « minority »). The movement was slow to catch on, and by 1907, he only had 17 members, but he would soon have over 40,000. He received financial support from the Fabians, including a $15,000 contribution from Joseph Fels, an American soap manufacturer and a Fabian.
George Bernard Shaw, one of the Fabian’s founders, called Lenin the « greatest Fabian of them all » and in a speech he made in Moscow in 1931 said:
« It is a real comfort to me, an old man, to be able to step into my grave with the knowledge that the civilization of the world will be saved … it is here in Russia that I have actually been convinced that the new Communist system is capable of leading mankind out of its present crisis, and saving it from complete anarchy and ruin. »
Lenin was an advocate of the Populist doctrine, which had been developed by author Aleksandr Herzen during the 1860’s. He felt that the peasant communes could be the socialist society of the future, and called for Russian Socialism to be based on the ancient peasant tradition. The peasant revolt later developed into all-out revolution. In 1881, they succeeded in assassinating Tsar Alexander II, and continued to function as a conspiratorial organization. Many Populists began advocating Marxist doctrine, and in 1883, led by Georgy Plekhanov, established the Marxist « Liberation of Labor Group. »
Lenin wanted to use the Populists to overthrow the government and introduce Socialism. He added two Marxist elements to the Populist theory: the notion of a class struggle, and the need for Russia to pass through a stage of capitalism. He led the people to believe that the purpose of his movement was to help the working class.
Populists and Progressives in the U.S.
In America during the 1800’s, an alliance of various farming groups produced the Populist Party in 1892 which came to be known as the National People’s Party. With their slogan, « The people against the tycoons » they fought for an increase in currency circulation, free silver, labor reform, a graduated income tax, government ownership of the railroads, and the direct election of U.S. Senators. By 1896, they were almost fully integrated into the Democratic Party, while their principles were later embraced by the Progressive Party.
The Progressive Party was a coalition of socialists, labor leaders and farmers, organized by Republican Senator Robert M. LaFollette of Wisconsin in 1911 to oppose the conservatism of the Republican Party, and to fight for an aggressive program of social legislation. They later reunited with the Republican Party until 1924, when a coalition of liberals, farmers, Republican progressives, socialists, and left-wing labor leaders reorganized the Progressive Party, as LaFollette promised to sweep conservatism out of the Federal government. He wanted to « end control of government and industry by private monopoly, » to have public control of natural resources, public ownership of railroads, and a reduction in taxes.
When LaFollette died in 1925, the Progressive Party broke up, but was revived in 1948 by Communist Party leaders and left-wing labor leaders. Their platform included civil rights legislation, and called for negotiations with the Russians. The Party’s credibility was damaged when it was revealed that their leadership was communist dominated. The Progressive Party was able to wield enough influence to help pass the Federal Reserve Act, the Federal Income Tax, and the 17th Constitutional Amendment, which provided for the direct election of U.S. Senators, rather than being appointed by the state legislators. They also provided support for the effort which eventually gave women the right to vote. Many of their goals were achieved during the Administration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
The Russian Revolution
In 1905, while Russia was engaged in the Russo-Japanese War, the Communists tried to get the farmers to revolt against the Tsar, but they refused. Many of the leaders, including Lenin and Trotsky were exiled.
After this aborted attempt, the Tsar deposited $400,000,000 in the Chase Bank, National City Bank, Guaranty Trust Bank, the Hanover Trust Bank, and Manufacturers Trust Bank, and $80,000,000 in the Rothschild Bank in Paris, because he knew who was behind the growing revolutionary movement, and hoped to end it.
The Rothschilds, through Milner, planned the Russian Revolution, and along with Schiff who gave $20 million, Sir George Buchanan, the Warburgs, the Rockefellers, the partners of J.P. Morgan who gave at least $1 million, Olaf Aschberg of the Nye Bank of Stockholm, Sweden, the Rhine Westphalian Syndicate, a financier named Jovotovsky whose daughter later married Leon Trotsky, William Boyce Thompson a director of Chase National Bank who contributed $1 million, and Albert H. Wiggin President of Chase National Bank, helped finance it.
The Rockefellers had given their financial support after the Tsar refused to give them access to the Russian oil fields, which were already being pumped by the Royal Dutch Co. owned by the Rothschilds and the Nobel brothers and giving Standard Oil plenty of competition on the international market. Even though John D. Rockefeller possessed $15,000,000 in bonds from the Royal Dutch Co. and Shell, rather than purchase stock to get his foot in the door and indirectly profit, he helped to finance the Revolution so that he would be able to get Standard Oil firmly established in the country of Russia. As the Congress of Vienna (1814) had shown, the Illuminati had never been able to control the affairs of Russia, so they had to get rid of the Tsar so he couldn’t interfere with their plans.
In October, 1917, the Jews Revolution began. Grand Duke Nicholas said: « It is on God himself that the Bolshevicks are waging war. » Tsar Nicholas II who succeeded Alexander III, 1881-94 was dethroned in March after a series of riots, and a provincial government was set up by Prince George Lvov, a liberal progressive reformer who wanted to set up a democracy. He made an effort to strengthen the Russian Army to prevent any future revolts but ended up resigning which allowed Kerensky, a democratic Socialist, to take over and form a coalition government. He kept the war with Germany going, and issued an amnesty order for the Communists who had been exiles after the aborted Jews Revolution in 1905. Nearly 250,000 revolutionaries returned to Russia.
Leon Trotsky Returns from New York
Leon Trotsky whose real name was Lev Davidovich Bronstein, 1879-1940, the son of wealthy Jewish parents, was exiled from Russia because of his part in the aborted revolution in 1905 and was a reporter for Novy Mir, a communist paper in New York, from 1916-17. He had an expensive apartment and traveled around town in a chauffeur-driven limousine. He sometimes stayed at the Krupp mansion, and had been seen going in and out of Schiff’s New York mansion.
Leon Trotsky was given $20 million in Jacob Schiff gold to help finance the revolution, which was deposited in a Warburg bank, then transferred to the Nya Banken (Nye Bank) in Stockholm, Sweden. According to the Knickerbocker Column in the New York Journal American on February 3, 1949:
« Today it is estimated by Jacob’s grandson, John Schiff, that the old man sank about $20,000,000 for the final triumph of Jews in Russia. »
Leon Trotsky left New York aboard the S. S. Kristianiafjord (S. S. Christiania), which had been chartered by Schiff and Warburg, on March 27, 1917 along with communist revolutionaries. At Halifax, Nova Scotia on April 3rd, the first port they docked at, the Canadians under orders from the British Admiralty seized Trotsky and his men, taking them to the prison at Amherst, and impounding his gold.
Official records, later declassified by the Canadian government, indicate that they knew Trotsky and his small army were « …Socialists leaving for the purposes of starting revolution against the present Russian government… » The Canadians were concerned that if Lenin took over Russia, he would sign a Peace Treaty and stop the fighting between Russia and Germany, so that the Germany Army could be diverted to possibly mount an offensive against the United States and Canada.
The British government through intelligence officer Sir William Wiseman, who later became a partner with Kuhn, Loeb and Co., and the American government through Col. House urged them to let Trotsky go. Wilson said that if they didn’t comply, the U.S. wouldn’t enter the War. Trotsky was released, given an American passport, a British transport visa, and a Russian entry permit. It is obvious that Wilson knew what was going on, because accompanying Trotsky, was Charles Crane of the Westinghouse Company, who was the Chairman of the Democratic Finance Committee. The U.S. entered the war on April 6th, 1917. Trotsky arrived in Petrograd on May 17.
Nikolai Lenin Returns From London
Meanwhile, Lenin had been able to infiltrate the Democratic Socialist Republic established by Kerensky. In October, 1917 when the Revolution started, Lenin, who was in Switzerland also exiled because of the 1905 uprising and after having spent several years plotting with the Fabians in London –ed], negotiated with the German High Command with the help of Max Warburg head of the Rothschild-affiliated Warburg bank in Frankfurt to allow him, his wife, and 32 other Bolsheviks to travel across Germany to Sweden, where he was to pick up the money being held for him in the Swedish bank, then go on to Petrograd. He promised to make peace with Germany if he was able to overthrow the new Russian government.
He was put in a sealed railway car with over $5 million in gold from the German government and upon reaching Petrograd, was joined by Stalin and Trotsky. He told the people that he could no longer work within the government to effect change, that they had to strike immediately in force to end the war, and end the hunger conditions of the peasants. His war cry was: « All power to the Soviets! ».
He led the revolution, and after seizing the reins of power from Kerensky on November 7, 1917, replaced the democratic republic with a communist Soviet state. He kept his word and made peace with Germany in February, 1918, and was able to get out of World War I. While most members of the Provisional Government were killed, Kerensky was allowed to live, possibly because of the general amnesty he had extended to the communists exiled in 1905. Kerensky later admitted to receiving private support from American industry which led some historians to believe that the Kerensky government was a temporary front for the Bolsheviks.
Elections were held on November 25, 1917 with close to 42 million votes being cast and the Bolshevik Communists only received 24% of the vote. On July 18, 1918 the People’s Congress convened having a majority of anti-Bolsheviks which indicated that Communism wasn’t the mass movement that Lenin was claiming. The next day he used an armed force to disband the body.
Western Response to the Jews Revolution in Russia.
In a speech to the House of Commons on November 5, 1919 Winston Churchill said:
« …Lenin was sent into Russia … in the same way that you might send a vial containing a culture of typhoid or of cholera to be poured into the water supply of a great city, and it worked with amazing accuracy. No sooner did Lenin arrive than he began beckoning a finger here and a finger there to obscure persons in sheltered retreats in New York, Glasgow, in Berne, and other countries, and he gathered together the leading spirits of a formidable sect, the most formidable sect in the world … With these spirits around him he set to work with demoniacal ability to tear to pieces every institution on which the Russian State depended. »
In a February 8, 1920 article for the Illustrated Sunday Herald, Churchill wrote:
« (From) the days of Spartacus Weishaupt to those of Karl Marx, to those of Trotsky, Bela-Kuhn, Rosa Luxembourg and Emma Goldman, this world-wide conspiracy … has been steadily growing. This conspiracy played a definitely recognizable role in the tragedy of the French Revolution.
It has been the mainspring of every subversive movement during the nineteenth century; and now at last this band of extraordinary personalities from the underworld of the great cities of Europe and America have gripped the Russian people by the hair of their heads, and have become practically the undisputed masters of that enormous empire.
There is no need to exaggerate the part played in the creation of Bolshevism and in the bringing about of the Russian revolution by these international and for the most part atheistical Jews. It is certainly a very great one; it probably outweighs all others. With the notable exception of Lenin, the majority of the leading figures are Jews. »
Russian General Arsene DeGoulevitch wrote in Tsarism and the Revolution that:
« the main purveyors of funds for the revolution, however, were neither crackpot Russian millionaires nor armed bandits on Lenin. The ‘real’ money primarily came from certain British and American circles which for a long time past had lent their support to the Russian revolutionary cause… »
DeGoulevitch, who received the information from another Russian general, said that the revolution was
« …engineered by the English, more precisely by Sir George Buchanan and Lord (Alfred) Milner [of the Round Table] … In private conversations I have been told that over 21 million rubles were spent by Lord Milner in financing the Russian Revolution. »
By contrast, Frank Vanderlip, President of the Rockefeller-controlled First National Bank, compared Lenin to George Washington. The Rockefeller’s public relations man, Ivy Lee, was used to inform Americans that the Communists were « misunderstood idealists who were actually kind benefactors of mankind. »
The Communist Party and the Third Socialist International (1919)
Lenin even knew that he wasn’t really in control, and wrote:
« The state does not function as we desired. How does it function? The car does not obey. A man is at the wheel and seems to lead it, but the car does not drive in the desired direction. It moves as another force wishes. »
In March, 1918, on orders from Schiff which were relayed by Col. House, the Bolshevik’s Second Congress adopted the name « Communist Party. » That same year, Lenin organized the Red Army… to control the population, and a secret police to keep track of the communists.
The Third Socialist International (or Comintern) had its first Congress in 1919 in Moscow, where they established that Russia would control all of the world’s Communist movements. They met again in 1920 to lay the foundation for the new Communist Party. Hopes of world revolution ran high, as they hoped to ‘liberate’ the working class and enable them to break away from the reformist democracy they sprung from.
Lenin said that the « victory of the world communist revolution is assured. » But, he added, that the revolutionary activities had to be discontinued for a time, so they could develop trade relations with capitalist countries to strengthen their own economy. The name of the country was officially changed to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.). Their aims, were to create a single world-wide Communist Party and to overthrow the « international bougeoisie » by force to create « an international Soviet Republic. »
From 1916-21, famine swept through Russia with close to five million dying. On September 21, 1921, American relief services began in Russia after President Herbert Hoover received a plea from famous Russian writer Maxim Gorky. The United States appropriated $20 million for the country, with $8 million spent for medical supplies. Over 700,000 tons of goods were sent to feed 18,000,000 people. As it turned out, the U.S. was actually supporting the Communist Civil War against the Russian opposition which ended in 1922.
Western Support of the Soviet Union
American and European industrialists rushed to the aid of the Russians. The International Barnsdale Corporation and Standard Oil got drilling rights; Stuart, James and Cook, Inc. reorganized the coal mines; General Electric sold them electrical equipment; and other major firms like Westinghouse, DuPont and RCA, also aided the Communists. Standard Oil of New Jersey bought 50% of their huge Caucasus oil fields and in 1927 built a large refinery in Russia. Standard Oil, with their subsidiary Vacuum Oil Co., made a deal to sell Soviet oil to European countries and even arranged to get them a $75 million loan. Today, Russia is the world’s largest petroleum producer and some researchers believe that the Rockefellers still own the oil production facilities in Russia withdrawing the profits through Switzerland.
Rockefeller’s Chase National Bank later known as Chase Manhattan Bank helped establish the American-Russian Chamber of Commerce in 1922, and its first President was Reeve Schley, a Chase Vice-President. In 1925, Chase National and PromBank a German bank developed a complete program to finance the Soviets raw material exports to the United States, and imports of U.S. cotton and machinery. Chase National and Equitable Trust Co. were the dominant forces in Soviet credit dealings. In 1928, Chase sold the Bolsheviks bonds in America, and was severely criticized by various patriotic groups who called them « a disgrace to America. »
America sent Russia vast quantities of food and other relief supplies. Lenin had said that the capitalists would do business with anyone, and when Russia was through with them the Communists would take over the world. That is what the Russian Communists have been led to believe. In reality, the Illuminati was completely financing the entire country of Russia in order to transform them into a world power with principles completely opposite to that of the United States.