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A retired Soviet prison guard made a bunch of drawings depicting life inside the Soviet gulags during Stalin's monstrous reign. This one is a drawing of the NKVD, the secret police, torturing a Jew.


"Now it will be a lot easier for this Jewish Zionist to remember his global Yid-Mason plot membership!"
The feared NKVD, the secret police, grew out the secret police of the first Bolsheviks. Historian Salo Baron has noted that an immensely disproportionate number of Jews joined the new Bolshevik secret police, the Cheka. And many of those who fell afoul of the Cheka would be shot by Jewish investigators.

"Anyone who had the misfortune to fall into the hands of the Cheka," wrote Jewish historian Leonard Schapiro, "stood a very good chance of finding himself confronted with, and possibly shot by, a Jewish investigator." In Ukraine, "Jews made up nearly 80 percent of the rank-and-file Cheka agents," reports W. Bruce Lincoln, an American professor of Russian history. (Beginning as the Cheka, or Vecheka the Soviet secret police was later known as the GPU, OGPU, NKVD, MVD and KGB.)

In light of all this, it should not be surprising that Yakov M. Yurovksy, the leader of the Bolshevik squad that carried out the murder of the Tsar and his family, was Jewish, as was Sverdlov, the Soviet chief who co-signed Lenin's execution order. [Image: Yakov Yurovsky, last commandant of the Ipatiev House, the site of the murders. In his diary Tsar Nicholas euphemistically called him "the dark man," an unrequited act of ethnic politesse -- Yurovsky personally fired the shot that killed the Tsar and personally fired two bullets into his son's ear.]

Igor Shafarevich, a Russian mathematician of world stature, has sharply criticized the Jewish role in bringing down the Romanov monarchy and establishing Communist rule in his country. Shafarevich was a leading dissident during the final decades of Soviet rule. A prominent human rights activist, he was a founding member of the Committee on the Defense of Human Rights in the USSR.

In Russophobia, a book written ten years before the collapse of Communist rule, he noted that Jews were "amazingly" numerous among the personnel of the Bolshevik secret police. The characteristic Jewishness of the Bolshevik executioners, Shafarevich went on, is most conspicuous in the execution of Nicholas II:

This ritual action symbolized the end of centuries of Russian history, so that it can be compared only to the execution of Charles I in England or Louis XVI in France. It would seem that representatives of an insignificant ethnic minority should keep as far as possible from this painful action, which would reverberate in all history. Yet what names do we meet? The execution was personally overseen by Yakov Yurovsky who shot the Tsar; the president of the local Soviet was Beloborodov (Vaisbart); the person responsible for the general administration in Ekaterinburg was Shaya Goloshchekin. To round out the picture, on the wall of the room where the execution took place was a distich from a poem by Heine (written in German) about King Balthazar, who offended Jehovah and was killed for the offense.In his 1920 book, British veteran journalist Robert Wilton offered a similarly harsh assessment:The whole record of Bolshevism in Russia is indelibly impressed with the stamp of alien invasion. The murder of the Tsar, deliberately planned by the Jew Sverdlov (who came to Russia as a paid agent of Germany) and carried out by the Jews Goloshchekin, Syromolotov, Safarov, Voikov and Yurovsky, is the act not of the Russian people, but of this hostile invader.

The murderous pathologies of the NKVD peaked under two Jews:

Genrikh Yagoda (1934–36), slave labor profiteer, Jewish-Bolshevik responsible for the genocide of up to 12 million people and who is alleged to have shot 7,000 people in 28 days, personally, one at a time (which, if you work it out, is one person every two and a half minutes or so assuming ten hour "work days"). He himself was executed by Stalin in 1937.

Nikolai Yezhov (1936–38), the Bloody Dwarf, probably Jewish, married a Jewess.

Yezhov prosecuted his long time mentor, Yagoda, with zeal, even, it is said, personally conducting the tortures to extract Yagoda's confessions. Under Yezhov, the Great Purge reached its zenith. In 1937 and 1938 alone at least 1.3 million were arrested and 681,692 were shot for 'crimes against the state'. The Gulag population swelled by 685,201 under Yezhov, nearly tripling in size in just two years, with at least 140,000 of these prisoners (and likely many more) dying of malnutrition, exhaustion and the elements in the camps (or during transport to them). Inevitably, Yezhov became a victim of it himself. He was arrested, confessed under torture to a range of anti-Soviet activity, and was executed in 1940. With his execution, the horrors of the NKVD finally began to subside.

Jews created a monster. It devoured ten times as many people—Russia's best—as the Nazi Holocaust. Then it devoured them, too.

The defendants in Stalin's early show trials were disproportionately Jewish similarly to the disproportionate Jewishness of the first Bolsheviks:
  • Bronstein (Trotsky) Jew
  • Apfelbaum (Zinovief) Jew
  • Lourie (Larine) Jew
  • Ouritski Jew
  • Volodarski Jew
  • Rosenfeldt (Kamanef) Jew
  • Smidovitch Jew
  • Sverdlof (Yankel) Jew
  • Nakhamkes (Steklof) Jew
  • Ulyanov (Lenin) Russian
  • Krylenko Russian
  • Lounatcharski Russian
"The Bolshevik Revolution," declared a leading American Jewish community paper in 1920, "was largely the product of Jewish thinking, Jewish discontent, Jewish effort to reconstruct."

As an expression of its radically anti-nationalist character, the fledgling Soviet government issued a decree a few months after taking power that made anti-Semitism a crime in Russia. The new Communist regime thus became the first in the world to severely punish all expressions of anti-Jewish sentiment. Soviet officials apparently regarded such measures as indispensable. Based on careful observation during a lengthy stay in Russia, American-Jewish scholar Frank Golder reported in 1925 that "because so many of the Soviet leaders are Jews anti-Semitism is gaining [in Russia], particularly in the army [and] among the old and new intelligentsia who are being crowded for positions by the sons of Israel."

Summing up the situation at that time, Israeli historian Louis Rapoport writes:Immediately after the [Bolshevik] Revolution, many Jews were euphoric over their high representation in the new government. Lenin's first Politburo was dominated by men of Jewish origins.

Under Lenin, Jews became involved in all aspects of the Revolution, including its dirtiest work. Despite the Communists' vows to eradicate anti-Semitism, it spread rapidly after the Revolution -- partly because of the prominence of so many Jews in the Soviet administration, as well as in the traumatic, inhuman Sovietization drives that followed.

Anyone else spot the parallels to today?

Thugs are drowning "enemy of the people" in the barrel with feces "parasha". This was made by unofficial order of ITL administration to scare other political prisoners.
 

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