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66 million Russians died in the Holocaust. This was published ten years after the Bolsheviks had arrived in Russia and taken power and ten years before Hitler came to power in next-door Germany
Head of the CheKa, the monster, Dzerzhinsky
The Red TerrorOffice of the International Entente Against the Third International
Geneva, March 1926
The terrorist doctrine of the leaders of the Bolshevist International:
- Ninety per cent of Russians may perish so long as ten per cent. remain at the time of the world revolution. (Lenin.)
- You object to the gentle terror which we practice against our class enemies, but know this, that in a month at latest this terror will take on a crueller form. (Trotsky.)
- Pitiless repression is necessary, banishing all sentimentality. (Lounatcharsky [ Lunacharsky ])
- We represent organised terror... we know no quarter. (Dzerginsky. [ Dzerzhinsky ])
- We shall carry on organised terror. If you notice a bourgeois escaping the eye, vigilant, as it is, of our organisation, catch him and kill him with your own hands. If you see a revolutionary socialist of the right, a menchevik [ menshevik ], or any kind of traitor, succeed in hiding himself kill him too.(Lassovsky.)
- We were terrorists at the beginning of the revolution and even before, and we always shall be. We need leaders who feel nothing but mortal hatred towards the bourgeoisie; who organise and prepare the proletariat for an implacable struggle; who do not hesitate to use the most violent means towards those who stand in their way. It is the bitterest civil war that history has ever known. (Zinovieff. [ Zinoviev ])
- The Cheka does not judge its enemies; it strikes them down without pity and suppresses any who are not on the same side of the fence. (Latzis.)
- With the Red Army, the detachments of the extraordinary commission constitute the glory and beauty of the communist party. (Zinovieff.)
The Cheka, which is now known as the G.P.U., is the instrument through which the bolshevist leaders carry out their terrorist doctrines. It is at one and the same time a surety police, a political police, an organ of counter-espionage, and an extraordinary tribunal, without public ministry or defence, or judges worthy of the name. It possesses special detachments in each centre, has a special service of executioners and administers the prisons.
All the organisms of the Cheka are directed by members of the communist party. The special personnel is recruited among liberated convicts, robbers and assassins, among the agents of the "Ochrana", among degenerates and intellectual perverts.
The personnel of the Cheka is composed of Jews, Russians, Letts, Poles, Armenians, Hungarians, the scum of every race.
It is the élite of evildoers to whom the soviet government has given power of life and death. It is this Cheka, this G.P.U. which has been and is still the pillar of bolshevism. Bieloborodoff, Dzerjinsky's assistant, has declared: "Terror is at the base of the soviet power.
If we suppress the Cheka," said the congress of the Russian communist party, "the power of the soviets cuts the branch on which it sits.
This formidable organisation is divided into a number of sections, sub-sections and organs of various descriptions: general sections for action, information, finance, transport, etc. They are all under the orders of Unschlicht, who comes immediately under Dzerjinsky [ Dzerzhinsky ]. The G.P.U. has numerous sections in nearly every foreign country charged with spying and terrorist activities.
Head of the CheKa, the monster, Dzerzhinsky
The chief of the Cheka, Dzerjinsky, who in addition occupies one of the highest posts in the soviet administration, is the most odious of the whole band of bolshevik criminals. The streams of innocent blood which he has caused to flow, and the innumerable tortures he has inflicted on millions of victims will never be forgotten.
Here, in a few words, are some brief sketches of some of Dzerjinsky's [ Dzerzhinsky's ] underlings (Dzerzhinsky was a Polish Jew whose father changed the family name in a successful bid for Polish nobility).
Sarokine is a rough and uncultivated person who plays the dandy. He treats prisoners as slaves and dirt, but he rarely shoots them himself.
Advokine is fond of dress. All he wears is noticeably new and his hands flash with jewels. He is a cocaine addict.
Tschernavski, cocaine maniac, had always to kill a certain number of victims or he was not happy.
Rosa Schwarz at Kieff [ Kiev ], who counted her victims by hundreds, took cocaine, and, cigarette in mouth, went to see the prisoners naked in their cells and killed them with a revolver shot or burned their eyes with her cigarette.
Deutsch, who, at Odessa, organised the shame of women and assassination of men, was decorated with the order of the Red Flag.
Terrihochoff, shot prisoners by moonlight in the gardens of the Cheka.
Who were the chiefs of the Cheka at Odessa? Several Jews, some Chinese and a negro whose speciality was to pull the tendons of his victims while watching their faces and showing his white teeth in a broad smile.
One could continue this enumeration indefinitely.
The agents of the Cheka — subalterns, commandants, gaolers, executioners, feared by all, wearing Wellington boots and leather jerkins, and carrying revolvers at their waists — go wherever they please. They have free railway passes and free food and lodging. They lead a life of debauch and are bound to their immediate chiefs and the soviet government by the terrible fellowship of crime.