An example of an “active measures” or disinformation campaign by the KGB would be its efforts in 1959 and later which had the goal of creating negative world opinion toward West Germany. The KGB campaign involved setting fire to synagogues and painting swastika signs in public places while making it seem like the West Germans were responsible.Continue reading “The KGB has a history of planting disinfo to paint Germans and the West as “nazis””
Anatoliy Golitsyn was an ex-KGB officer who spent 15 years in Soviet intelligence work, which put him in contact with high-ranking Soviet officials. He defected to the West in 1961. Golitsyn wrote two books that outline in painstaking detail the Soviet’s “grand strategy” against the West and the non-communist Third World: New Lies for Old (1984) and TheContinue reading “The Soviet Union never fell, Perestroika was a deception.”
Poster by the Israeli Communist party to celebrate Joseph Stalins birthday (1949) The outbreak of World War Two and the subsequent anti-fascist alliance provoked changes in the traditional communist approach to Zionism. Following the German attack on the Soviet Union, communists sought unity with all Jews including Zionists in order to maximize international support forContinue reading “The Communist International and Zionism, 1942–1967”
Levy Barent Cohen, the link between Karl Marx and Nathan Rothschild Levy Barent Cohen was born in Amsterdam in 1747 to a Jewish family. He was the son of Barent Cohen, a wealthy merchant.Cohen was naturalized as a British subject in 1798. He was closely involved in a number of Jewish charities and filled successivelyContinue reading “The father of Marxism related to powerful capitalist Nathan Rothschild”
The Dönmeh were a group of crypto-Jews in the Ottoman Empire who converted publicly to Islam, but were said to have retained their beliefs. The movement was historically centred in Salonica.The group originated during and soon after the era of Sabbatai Zevi who some say had 1 million Jews following him, mostly ashkenazi. He was a 17th-century Jewish kabbalist who claimed to be the Messiah and eventuallyContinue reading “Sabbataism and its link to revolution”
Mark Natanson was born in 1850 in Švenčionys, Lithuania to a Lithuanian Jewish family.He graduated from the Kaunas men’s grammar school in 1868, studied in St Petersburg at the Medical and Surgical Academy (1868–71) and then at the Institute of Agriculture (1871). During this time, he became involved in radical student politics.in 1878 was called “Land and Liberty.” In December 1876, togetherContinue reading “Origins of Socialist terroism in Russia. Organized multiple assassinations of government officials.”
An initial nucleus of a Hungarian Communist Party had been organized in a hotel on 4 November 1918, when a group of Hungarian prisoners of war and other communist proponents formed a Central Committee in Moscow. Led by Béla Kun. Béla Kun, was born on 20 February 1886 in the village of Lele. His father, Samu Kohn wasContinue reading “The brief communist revolution in Hungary 1919 part 1”
Israel was founded on Zionist-Marxist values . Poale Zion was a movement of Marxist–Zionist Jewish workers founded in various cities of Poland, Europe and the Russian Empire.Poale Zion parties and organisations were started across the Jewish diaspora in the early 20th century. A branch of Poale Zion came into existence in New York City in 1903.By 1907, the party had 25,000 members in Russia.it quickly turned intoContinue reading “Poale Zion, the Marxist-Zionist group that worked with the Bolsheviks”
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were American citizens who were convicted of spying on behalf of the Soviet Union. The couple was accused of providing top-secret information about radar, sonar, jet propulsion engines, and valuable nuclear weapon designs; at that time the United States was the only country in the world with nuclear weapons. Convicted of espionage in 1951, they were executed by the federal governmentContinue reading “The soviet spies that stole Americas Nuclear secrets”
One of the most influential bolshevik leaders comes from a banking family and helped create the US-Soviet alliance. Meir Henoch Wallach was born into a wealthy Lithuanian Jewish banking family in Białystok, Grodno Governorate of the Russian Empire, formerly part of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, he was the second son of Moses and Anna Wallach. He joined the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party (SDLP) inContinue reading “The Bolshevik Banker”
Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.
Follow My Blog
Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.