The Magdeburg Sting 1936
Jewish (not Russian) Bolsheviks
Although officially jews have never made up more than 1.8 % of the Russia's total population, they played a highly disproportionate and decisive role in the Bolshevik regime, effectively dominating the Soviet government during years. Historians in the East and West for decades preferred conveniently to ignore this subject. The facts, though, cannot be denied. The same striking feature can be observed now in federal and states governments of United States, Canada and many countries of EU.
The following lists of persons in the Bolshevik Party and Soviet administration during this period, which Robert Wilton, correspondent of the London Times in Russia for 17 years, compiled on the basis of official reports and original documents, underscore the crucial role jews play in these bodies. These lists first appeared in the rare French edition of Wilton's book, published in Paris in 1921 under the title "Les Derniers Jours des Romanoffs". They did not appear in either the American or British editions of "The Last Days of the Romanors" published in 1920. Mr. Wilton's examination of the tumultuous 1917-1919 period in Russia is his frank treatment of the critically important role of jews in establishing the bolshevik regime.
Wilton wrote in his foreword to "Les Derniers Jours des Romanoffs": "I have done all in my power to act as an impartial chronicler in order not to leave myself open to any accusation of prejudice, I am giving the list of the members of the [Bolshevik Party's] Central Committee, of the Extraordinary Commission [Cheka or secret police], and of the Council of Commissars functioning at the time of the assassination of the Imperial family".
The 62 members of the [Central] Committee were composed of 5 Russians, 1 Ukrainian, 6 Latvians, 2 Germans, 1 Czech, 2 Armenians, 3 Georgians, 1 Karaim (Karaite: a sect), and 41 (66%) jews.
The Extraordinary Commission [Cheka or Vecheka] of Moscow was composed of 36 members, including 1 German, 1 Pole, 1 Armenian, 2 Russians, 8 Latvians, and 23 (64%) jews.
The Council of the People's Commissars [the Soviet government] numbered 2 Armenians, 3 Russians, and 17 (77%) jews.
According to data furnished by the Soviet press, out of 556 important functionaries of the Bolshevik state, including the above-mentioned, in 1918-1919 there were: 17 Russians, 2 Ukrainians, 11 Armenians, 35 Letts [Latvians], 15 Germans, 1 Hungarian, 10 Georgians, 3 Poles, 3 Finns, 1 Czech, 1 Karaim (Karaite: a sect), and 457 (82%) jews."
If the reader is astonished to find the jewish hands everywhere in the affair of the assassination of the Russian Imperial family, he must bear in mind the formidable numerical preponderance of jews in the Soviet administration," Wilton went on to write.
"Effective governmental power", Wilton continued (on pages 136-138 of the same edition), "is in the Central Committee of the Bolshevik Party". In 1918, he reported, this body had 12 members, of whom 9 (75%) were of jewish origin, and 3 were of Russian ancestry.
The nine were: Bronstein (Trotsky), Apfelbaum (Zinoviev), Lurie (Larine), Boretsky (Uritsky), Volodarski, Rosenfeld (Kamenev), Smidovich, Yankel (Sverdlov), and Nakhamkes (Steklov). The three Russians were: Ulyanov (Lenin), Krylenko, and Lunacharsky.
"The other Russian Socialist parties are similar in composition," Wilton went on. "Their Central Committees are made up as follows:"
Mensheviks (Social Democrats): 11 members, all (100%) of whom are jewish.
Communists of the People: 6 members, of whom 5 (83%) are jews and 1 is a Russian.
Social Revolutionaries (Right Wing): 15 members, of whom 14 (93%) are jews and 1 is a Russian (Tchaikovski).
Social Revolutionaries (Left Wing): 12 members, of whom 10 (83%) are jews and 2 are Russians.
Committee of the Anarchists of Moscow: 5 members, of whom 4 (80%) are jews and 1 is a Russian.
Polish Communist Party: 12 members, all (100%) of whom are jews, including Sobelson (Radek), Krokhenal (Zagonski), and Schwartz (Goltz).
"These parties," commented Wilton, "in appearance opposed to the Bolsheviks, play the Bolsheviks' game on the sly, more or less, by preventing the Russians from pulling themselves together. Out of 61 individuals at the head of these parties, there are 6 Russians and 55 (90%) jews. No matter what may be the name adopted, a revolutionary government will be jewish."
[Although the Bolsheviks permitted these leftist political groups to operate for a time under close supervision and narrow limits, even these pitiful remnants of organized opposition were thoroughly eliminated by the end of the 1921.]
The Soviet government, or "Council of People's Commissars (also known as the "Sovnarkom") was made up of the following, Wilton reported:
Peoples Commissariat (Ministry)
Chairman: V.I. Ulyanov (Lenin) Russian
Foreign Affairs: G.V. Chicherin Russian
Nationalities: J. Dzhugashvili (Stalin) Georgian
Agriculture: Protian Armenian
Economic Council: Lourie (Larin) jew
Food Supply: A.G. Schlikhter jew
Army and Navy [Military]: L.D. Bronstein (Trotski) jew
State Control: K.I. Lander jew
State Lands: Kaufmann jew
Works [Labor]: V. Schmidt jew
Social Relief: E. Lilina (Knigissen) jew
Education: A. Lunacharsky Russian
Religion: Spitzberg jew
Interior: Apfelbaum [Radomyslski] (Zinoviev) jew
Hygiene: Anvelt jew
Finance: I. E. Gukovs [and G. Sokolnikov] jew
Press: Goldstein (Voldarski) jew
Elections: M.S. Uritsky jew
Justice: I.Z. Shteinberg jew
Refugees: Fenigstein jew
Refugees: Savitch (Assistant) jew
Refugees: Zaslovski (Assistant) jew
Out of these 22 "Sovnarkom" members, Wilton summed up, there were 3 Russians, 1 Georgian, 1 Armenian, and 17 (77%) jews.
The Central Executive Committee, Wilton continues, was made up of the following members:
Y. M. Solomon (Sverdlov) (Chairman) jew
Avanesov (Secretary) Armenian
N. I. Bukharin Russian
Ganzberg (Ganzburg) jew
S. Dimanshtein jew
A. A. Ioffe jew
Rosenfeld (Kamenev) jew
Apfelbaum (Zinoviev) jew
N. Krylenko Russian
Ulyanov (Lenin) Russian
Nakhamkes (Steklov) jew
L. Bronstein (Trotsky) jew
Boretsky (Uritsky) jew
Karakhane Karaim [Karaite]
Sobelson (Radek) jew
Thus, concluded Wilton, out of 61 members, five were Russians, 5 were Latvians, 1 was a German, 2 were Armenians, 1 was a Czech, 1 was an Imeretian, 2 were Georgians, 1 was a Karaim, 1 was a Ukrainian, and 42 (69%)were jews.
The Extraordinary Commission of Moscow (Cheka) the Soviet secret police and predecessor of the GPU, the NKVD and the KGB was made up of the following:
F. Dzerzhinsky (Rufin, Selman), Chairman of CZEKA; assumed name borrowed from the owners of
requisitioned property deported to Siberia.
Y. Peters (Deputy Chairman) Latvian
Jacob Goldine jew
G. Sverdlov (Brother of president of the Central Executive Committee) jew
J. Blumkin (Count Mirbach's assassin) jew
Alexandrovitch (Blumkin's accomplice) Russian
I. Model jew
Of these CHEKA officials, 66% were jews.
"Accordingly," Wilton sums up, "there is no reason to be surprised at the preponderant role of jews in the assassination of the Imperial family. It is rather the opposite that would have been surprising."
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