Archive for the 'Russian Revolution of 1905' Category

19 March, 2022

Posted by Socrates in historical factualism, history, History for newbies, Hitler, Hitlerphobia, Jewish radicals, jewish revolutionaries, jewish terrorists & terrorism, Russian Revolution, Russian Revolution of 1905 at 11:00 am | Permanent Link

by John Wear. “In reality, Jews were interned in camps and ghettos during World War II because Jews were generally hostile toward Germany, and many Jewish partisans were actively killing German troops. In addition to ghetto fighters, Jewish civilians fled to the forests and enlisted in partisan units, carrying out sabotage and intelligence missions.[3] The […]

13 February, 2022

Posted by Socrates in League of Nations, Leo Pasvolsky, NATO, Russia, Russia Collusion Hoax, Russian Revolution, Russian Revolution of 1905, Russophobia, Ukraine, UN, UN Charter, UN founders at 2:35 pm | Permanent Link

Isn’t it odd how the global Left is worried about Russia, when China is the real threat to the West? “Russia!, Russia!, Russia!” the leftists yell. They’re obsessed with Russia. Hillary tosses around “Russia” daily: “Russia/Trump collusion!” “Russian agents!” Why the obsession with Russia? The Jews of the world hate and fear Russia, so everybody […]

3 October, 2020

Posted by Socrates in China, China as a global superpower, Chinese communism, Lenin, politics, Russian Revolution, Russian Revolution of 1905, sanctuary cities, Sandy Berger, Socrates, Soviet holocaust, Soviet Union, The Coming of Brown Man, The Great Replacement (TGR), The Outsider/The Other, the Third-Worlding of America, Western civilization, Western culture, Western decline, White philosophy, White thought at 11:52 am | Permanent Link

A very interesting essay. While I disagree with it on a couple of points, on the whole it’s an important food-for-thought essay [1]. I want to make two general, historical points here, for newbies: 1. The stupidest thing White men ever did (and they have done some dumb things!) was to allow The Other/The Outsider […]