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Saturday, 24 May 2014

American Intelligence on the Russian Revolution.


The American Army Intelligence Service had its agents in Russia at the time of the Communist revolution, and the Jewish nature of that revolution is accurately reflected in those reports. An American Senate subcommittee investigation into the Russian Revolution heard evidence, put on congressional record, that "In December 1919, under the presidency of a man named Apfelbaum (Zinovieff), out of the 388 members of the Bolshevik central government, only 16 happened to be real Russians, and all the rest (with exception of a Negro from the US) were Jews" (S. Doc. NO. 62, 1919)

However, none of these authorities quoted above dared to use the language of a US Military Intelligence Officer, Captain Montgomery Schuyler, who sent two reports to Washington in March and June 1919. These reports described in graphic detail the Jewish role in the Russian Revolution, and were only declassified in September 1957. The originals are still in the US National Archives in Washington and are open for public inspection.

The first report, sent from Omsk on March 1, 1919, contains the following paragraph: "it is probably unwise to say this loudly in the United States but the Bolshevik movement is and has been since its beginning, guided and controlled by Russian Jews of the greasiest type."

The second report, dated June 9, 1919, sent from Vladivostok, said that of the "384 commissars there were 2 Negroes, 13 Russians, 15 Chinamen, 22 Armenians, and more than 300 Jews. Of the latter number, 264 had come to Russia from the United States since the downfall of the Imperial government.

The Jewish domination of the commissar elite of the early Soviet Union ensured that any forms of anti-semitism were regarded as "counterrevolutionary," and anti-Jewish agitation was entered into the Soviet law books as a capital penalty crime.


Source - Secret Behind Communism by Dr David Duke.


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