22 September, 2021

Putin: the First Soviet Government Was Largely Jewish

Posted by Socrates in communism, communism-as-Jewish, jewed culture, jewed economics, Jewed philosophy, jewed politics, Marxism, Putin, Soviet states, Soviet Union at 7:01 pm | Permanent Link

“The decision to nationalize this library was made by the first Soviet government, whose composition was 80-85 percent Jewish.” — Russian president Vladimir Putin, in a speech on June 13, 2013 at Moscow’s Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center [1]. Source: article titled “Putin: First Soviet government was mostly Jewish,” at www.timesofisrael.com, June 19, 2013. Putin is a former lieutenant colonel in the KGB, so he would of course know that about the first Soviet government. Zounds! By the way, “80-85 percent Jewish” means from the top down, not from the bottom up! Not the small fish, but the big fish. One top Jew, Yakov Sverdlov, was the first, de facto leader of the Soviet Union and he was politically so important that the Soviet Union likely would not have existed without him, even though he died very early, before the “Soviet Union” actually came into existence in 1922; prior to that it was known as the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (RSFSR). Another Jew, Lev Kamenev, became the first President of the new Bolshevik government, aka the “Soviet Republic.”


[1] Putin was referring to the library of Rabbi Joseph I. Schneerson, the leader of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement.

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