7 August, 2010

Chapter 5 of 200 Years Together: “After the Murder of Alexander II”

Posted by Socrates in Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Kevin MacDonald, Socrates, Soviet holocaust at 10:51 am | Permanent Link


Re: Bolshevik crimes, see comments #1, #2 and #3 [Here].

  • 4 Responses to “Chapter 5 of 200 Years Together: “After the Murder of Alexander II””

    1. old dutch Says:

      Chapter 5 of 200 Years Together addresses the fact that only a few Jews were killed in the pogroms that took place after the assassination of Alexander II. Not the tens of thousands of Jews killed that the Jews claimed to have been killed. Also the fact that the Russian government acted quickly to suppress any actions against the Jews.

    2. Howdy Doody Says:


      The real Crime is that the Bastards from hell have always had the violin music going and whining the lies about Russia and Pogroms excess’s were Fucking out right Lies.

      Thank you.

    3. Tim McGreen Says:

      I doubt the Czarist govt tried to go easy on the Jews after the 1881 asassination of Alexander II. The Cossacks were well-known Jew hunters in Czarist times. That’s probably why the Bolsheviks had them liquidated after the 1917 revolution. Nicholas II had a heavily annotated copy of the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion. He wrote comments in the margins along the lines of “How true!” and “That’s how the Jews really think.” He was a good man, but he didn’t realize just how determined the Jews were to destroy him and his whole family.

    4. Howdy Doody Says:


      Excellent IMO.