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At the World War I beginning, the Prohibition ("dry law") was introduced in Russia, which was abolished only in 1923. The authorities tried to improve so the military discipline, which steadily decreased along with an increase of the social unrest.
Russia by 1917 got the demoralized army and the exhausted economy due to the war. On February, the bread shortage was added to the Prohibition, which was the main food of the population impoverished by the war. As a result of the military coup, the Masonic Lodge "Great Orient of peoples of Russia" came to power represented by its leader Kerensky, who became a head of the Provisional Government. The active phase of this revolution started on February 23 (March 8, new style), that is the Jewish holiday of Purim, which symbolizes the salvation of Jews from the Russian autocracy. The actions of the Provisional Government were:
- Arrest of the Tsar’s family.
- Introduction of the state monopoly on the grain trading (see also "Prodrazvyorstka"), which existed until the Perestroyka of the 1990s.
- Demoralization of the army by increasing the rights and freedoms of the ordinary soldiers. This caused the Kornilov Putsch, which was the beginning of the Civil War.
- Reform of the law enforcement system towards its simplification into the future Emergency Committee (Cheka). The general amnesty, which released from the prisons both the revolutionaries and the criminals ("Kerensky’s chicks"). Termination of the investigation in the murder of Rasputin.
- The bloody revolution in Kronstadt and Helsingfors (Helsinki), which weakened the Petrograd defense against a possible invasion from the sea.
On April 1917, the so-called "Sealed train" came into the demoralized country full of the revolutionaries and the criminals, who were released from the prisons. This train was almost entirely full of the Jewish revolutionary emigrants headed by Ulyanov-Lenin, who was considered Russian by nationality. This train freely passed from the neutral Switzerland through Germany, despite the war with Russia, then through Sweden and Finland. In this regard, the organization of the October revolution is assigned to the Germans, who wanted the withdrawal of Russia from the war and the conclusion of a peace, which would be unfavorable for Russia. The Social democrats were always tolerated in Britain and in Switzerland, which served as an international center of this party, and especially in Finland, which wanted to separate from the Russian Empire.
The operation Albion had been finished a few days before the October revolution with the defeat of the Russian Baltic fleet. This and the revolutionary Helsingfors and Kronstadt gave a possibility to invade into Petrograd from the sea.
The storming of the Winter Palace was actually carried out by the former Imperial grenadiers squad headed by the colonel M.S. Svechnikov from Finland. This squad, which corresponds to the modern "special forces", had opened the Palace for the unorganized crowd of marauding soldiers and sailors, who are usually shown in the historical movies. This crowd was most interested in the Palace wine cellar during the Prohibition. The members of the Provisional Government were not injured, and part of them, including Kerensky, emigrated safely. The Bolsheviks had forcibly disbanded the Constituent Assembly of the Provisional Government, because they could not control it by the fair elections. Svechnikov became a Soviet military teacher since 1922.
Trotsky (Leiba Davidovich Bronstein) is the second (after Lenin) leader of the Social democrats. He came back in 1917 from a forced trip into the USA, the only country which had accepted this dangerous conman. According to a historian Anthony Sutton, the U.S. President personally gave him an American passport with the Russian and British transit visas . Aaron Simanovich, a former jeweler of the Tsar court and a private Rasputin's secretary, quotes in his “Memoirs” Trotsky among the Zionists: «We must turn Russia into a desert populated by white Negroes upon whom we shall inflict such a tyranny as none of the most dreadful despots of the East have ever dreamt of. The only difference is that this tyranny will not come from the right, but from the left, and will not be white, but red, in the literal sense of that word, for we shall shed such streams of blood that all the losses of human lives in Capitalist wars will shrink and pale before them. The biggest bankers on the other side of the Atlantic will work in very close collaboration with us. If we win the Revolution, crush Russia, we shall consolidate the power of Zionism on her funereal remains and become such a force that the whole world will go down on its knees before it. We will show what real power is. Using terror, blood-baths, we will reduce the Russian intelligentsia to a complete idiocy, to a bestial condition... And meanwhile, our youth in leather jackets -the sons of watchmakers from Odessa and Orsha, Gomel and Vinnitsa, oh how magnificently, how rapturously they are able to hate everything Russian! With what enjoyment they are annihilating the Russian intelligentsia - officers, engineers, teachers, priests, generals, academicians, writers...».
The Bolshevik revolution on October 1917 of Lenin and also the ethnic Jews Trotsky, Sverdlov (Yeshua-Solomon Movshovich, Yakov Mikhailovich) was a victory of Social democrats or Marxists and a failure of Russian revolutionaries Narodniks. The ethnic Jews accounted for 70-80% of Bolsheviks, who held all the leadership positions during the revolution. The revolution essence was to assign all power to the Soviets of deputies (“sovdep”), which consisted of a semi-literate proletariat under the full control of the Bolshevik party. This proletariat was used to eliminate all opponents of the Soviet power, including the Provisional Government of Kerensky, who opened the way for the Bolsheviks.
Sverdlov died yet in 1919. According to the unofficial versions of a lawyer A. Vaksberg and a historian Yuri Felshtinsky, he was beaten to death by the striking workers in the city of Oryol. Trotsky was creating the armed forces, which had started from the small mercenary squads of Red Guard and had finished by the Red Army, and therefore he could stand up for himself. The idea of the barrier troops to improve the discipline in the Red Army was introduced by Trotsky: «On the front, the political departments hand in hand with the barrier troops and tribunals were installing the skelteon into the loose body of a young army» . Trotsky also allowed the enforced "socialization" of women. The Civil War was generally successful for Trotsky in the center of the collapsed empire but unsuccessful on its European borders: Poland, Finland.
There is a few oddities in the murder of the Tsar’s family:
- The decision to eliminate the strategically important Tsar’s family was not made by the senior management, but by some local Soviet (Council). For example, this family could be used as the hostages in negotiations with the "whites".
- The firing squad is unknown, and it consisted of the so-called "Latvians", i.e. the foreigners, presumably Hungarians, who even did not know the Russian language.
- Burying of the dead occurred secretly, as if the circumstances of the murder were hidden. So there was the ritual murder theory (M.K. Diterikhs, R. Wilton).
Admiral Kolchak involved the investigators to investigate this murder, in particular N.A. Sokolov. Henry Ford in 1923 asked Sokolov to provide the materials on the murder of Tsar’s family as an evidence in the court case of Zionists against Ford. Then the Zionists immediately refused to continue this trial. Sokolov was found dead in 1924 (42 years old) in the garden of his house before the release of his book "The Murder of the Tsar's Family" . This book was published in 1925, but Sokolov’s authentic authorship is questioned.
The investigators had found a quotation from Heine's poem "Belsatzar" on a wall of a room in the Ipatiev house: «Belsatzar ward in selbiger Nacht Von seinen Knechten umgebracht» (Belshazzar was killed that night by his servants). Belshazzar was the last king of Babylonia. The Jews were in the Babylonian captivity, but actually this was the ostrogothic (East Germanic) captivity (see "Byzantium and Judea"), and the last Russian tsars were of the Germanic origin. The Russian Jews had the limited civil rights, as if they were in a captivity. The new "tsar"-liberator Lenin was mummified, and his teraphim was put into the Babylonian ziggurat (mausoleum). Such cults date back to the "Jewish paganism" (before the laws of Moses), and therefore they are linked to a little-known Satanism. The cult of visiting the mausoleum exists since the moment of its creation until now. A visitor of this mausoleum must remove a hat, be silent, and do not stay there for a long time.
A poet Sergei Yesenin, known for his anti-Semitic statements, died in 1925. The murder is possible.
Almost immediately after the October revolution, all the Church educational institutions were moved to ownership of the new state according to the decree issued in the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah (11.12.17), which symbolizes the cleansing from Christians (Greeks). The Russian Church was completely separated from the state and looted a little later. The Cathedral of Christ the Savior was demolished on the holiday of Hanukkah to construct at its place the "temple" of a new religion with a "God" on its roof. The Palace of the Soviets, the world's tallest "Tower of Babel", was never built.
Likbez is the mandatory mass education of literacy, as one of the foundations of Semitic culture, was introduced right after the revolution. Although the good education (at least primary) became mandatory only in the 1930's. The possibility of romanization of all the writing systems within the USSR (including Russian) was considered seriously before it was prohibited by Stalin. The romanization of Russian language would make a literature of the past centuries less available, disrupting the course of history. The Trotskyists had eliminated the history as a science along with the Orthodox religion (ethics), and the history was restored back only in 1933 by Stalin. Thus, the Trotskyists taught the Soviet people, who was deprived of its national memory and culture, to be guided by newspapers and posters and to take mindlessly the entire propaganda and agitation. The radio was a luxury before the industrialization of the 1930's.
The repressive apparatus of the Cheka-OGPU-NKVD was established right after the Bolshevik revolution in a process of the "Red Terror". The informants ("stukachs") emerged along with this, and they were not something new in the world and Russian history. The Provisional Government of Kerensky already started to use a simplified trial (judge + 2 assessors). The world's first mass deportation of peoples began in the foundation times of Canada and USA. The world's first typical concentration camps appeared during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) in South Africa, when the British arrested the families of peaceful Dutch colonists (Boers), separated them, and killed them by starvation and disease. Initially, the Cheka heads were the descendants of nobility of the collapsed Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, which were once closely associated with the Jewish magnates. The new Russian main "gendarmes", who struggled especially against the Russian nobles as the class enemies, were:
- Felix Edmundovich Dzerzhinsky is the son of a Polish nobleman, the head of Cheka in 1917-1926, who died a natural death.
- Vyacheslav Rudolfovich Menzhinsky is the son of a Polish nobleman, the head of Cheka in 1926-1934, who died a natural death.
- Fyodor (Teodors) Eihmans is the Latvian German, the 1st chief of ULAG OGPU in 1930, who reduced the prison term of Naftaly Frenkel (see below) by one half.
- Yakov Khristoforovich Peters is the son of a Latvian peasant (possibly wealthy), a high rank officer of the Cheka-GPU.
- Martin Ivanovich Latsis (Latvian: Jānis Sudrabs) is the son of a Latvian farmhand, a prominent leader within the Cheka-OGPU.
The Cossacks, the mainstay of the Russian Empire, permanently struggled against its breakup, especially during the Civil War. The White movement actually started with the Kornilov Putsch yet in the times of Provisional Government. The Cossacks were mostly killed or scattered over the world due to the war. Some extraordinary personalities had left their traces in the history of this war: atamans Petliura and Makhno. At the other (“Red”) side, the triple hero of the Soviet Union Budyonny is not a Cossack, but he is a peasant from the Don Cossack Host. Antisemitism is an old feature of the Cossacks, which is clearly expressed by one of the modern Cossacks A.V. Trehlebov.
The state monopoly on the grain trading in combination with Lenin's policy of Prodrazverstka and Dekulakization had ruined the agriculture, thus the USSR in 1921 had to buy wheat in the USA for gold, jewels, furs and caviar. The seller was a businessman Armand Hammer, who became a friend of the Soviet leaders for all his long life with a break during the Stalin period. For example, he had built the plant TogliattiAzot in 1979, and the Sovincenter in 1980 (current “World Trade Center”).
The Jewish Republic in Crimea is a failed project of the 1920's with participation of the American Jewish organizations “Joint” founded with the participation of J. Schiff, who is considered the sponsor of Trotsky. A journalist Mikhail Poltoranin believes that the CEC of Russia (not the USSR) took the American loans via the company “Agro-Joint”, and the Crimea was a collateral land. When the time to refund the wasted credits came in 1954, the Crimea was moved into Ukraine and Russia had nothing to give as a collateral , and also the company "Agro-Joint" ceased its operations in 1938 (the times of Stalin).
N.I. Bukharin (son of a school teacher) is one of a few Russian intelligentsia in the top USSR leadership. The "New Economic Policy" (NEP) was introduced thanks to Bukharin, which raised the country from a complete ruin. Many activities were legalized during the NEP, including the alcohol trade, which was prohibited since 1914. The NEP policy, as the only possible policy of the illiterate peasants, who were headed by few poorly educated specialists, was a primitive form of the market economy, which led in the 1920's to the integration of the USSR into the world economy as its raw materials appendage. The corporation "Standard Oil" has purchased in 1920 a half of the Baku oil fields, and the USSR received $75 million from the sale of oil in 1925 . A former GRU officer Sergei Norka has published  data about the personal foreign accounts of some USSR leaders:
|Credit Suisse||Westminster Bank||Deutsche Bank||BNP Paribas|
|40 million francs||700 million marks||100 million francs|
|Bukharin||60 million francs||80 million pounds|
|Rudzutaks||30 million pounds||200 million marks|
|Dzerzhinsky||70 million francs|
The Ossetians is an ethnic group from North Caucasus, who are the relatives of the Russian Cossacks and was formed from the nomadic Sarmatian (Aryan) tribes of the Alans. The Ossetian language belongs to the Iranian group of the Indo-European family. The Terek and Kuban Cossacks have long been bound with the Ossetians. For example, they wore the North Caucasian national clothing (burkas, chokhas, papakhas).
Joseph Stalin grew up in a family of the Georgian or Ossetian Jewish shoemaker Jugashvili ("Jugha" is an Iranian Jew; "shvili" is a son). His appearane resembles a Polish traveller of noble origin Przewalski, thus the well-known theory exist that Stalin is his bastard. Przhevalsky was not married and, perhaps, his bastards were left in the places of his leisure and travel.
Stalin in the pre-revolutionary Social Democratic party, unlike other revolutionaries, was engaged in a banditry. Obviously, he earned money for the party in this way. According the writers Alexey Menyailov and G.A. Sidorov, he’d got some kind of an initiation being in the Turukhansk exile. After the revolution, he became the Orthodox (on education) Anti-semite and an opponent of Trotsky. His management style was the same as of Ivan the Terrible, i.e. a Tatar Khan or a Cossack.
The so-called Stalin’s cult of personality and its opposition headed by Trotsky began to grow during the NEP. Many cases of theft of the state property were detected . As a result of the intra-party struggle, the head of the Jewish religious sect Chabad, a USSR citizen Yosef Schneersohn was sentenced to death in 1927, and also Trotsky was expelled from the Party along with his fraction in 1927. Under the international pressure, Shneerson was pardoned and deported from the country along with his sect, and also Trotsky was deported two years later. This allows associating Trotsky with the sect Chabad, which is of great importance in the international Zionism.
Since 1928, with the First five year plan, the liberal NEP economy was replaced by a planned economy, which is controlled by the USSR Gosplan headed by the Party. The electrification process (GOELRO plan) was accelerated to prepare the country for the industrialization. The industrialization became possible thanks to the protected multilayer financial system:
- Foreign currency only for the government, which has a monopoly on the foreign trade, etc.
- Non-cash rubles only for the payments between the enterprises.
- Cash rubles for the citizens. The list of available goods and services was limited.
- Workdays (“trudoden”) for farmers. The buying of something for these workdays was not as simple as for the rubles.
Stalin had directed the repressions into the party bodies and into the punitive apparatus themselves, who did the "Red Terror" and the repressions of population under the leadership of Trotsky and others. Unlike Trotsky, Stalin did not personally repress either the Cossacks or the Orthodox Church, and he abolished the repressions of them both in the late 1930's. At the same time, he founded the special cavalry corps of the Red Army, which were recruited from the remaining Cossacks.
According to the archives, 5-7 million of people, which is about 4% of the average USSR population, were arrested and passed through the GULAG in 1930–1953. The annual mortality there was about 3% in the prosperous years, and reached 15-20% only in the years of famine (1933) and the war. Around 1 million of these people were sentenced to death, the majority of which is related to the Great Purge of 1937-1938. These numbers are not comparable with the number of victims of the Civil War and the "Red Terror", which were unleashed by Trotsky and his fellows.
Naftaly Aronovich Frenkel is a Jewish bandit, a trickster, a merchant, who resembles a Jewish folk hero of the NEP period: Ostap Bender. His biography is not exactly known before his arrest in 1923. The most fabulous version of Solzhenitsyn is: a Turkish (Palestinian?) Jew (Ostap was a son of a Turkish subject ☺), a millionaire, who came back into Russia after the revolution to buy the gold for Cheka. He offered Stalin to keep the order in the camps by the professional thieves ("blatnoy"), thus the GULAG was transformed into a highly profitable enterprise, and Frenkel so made a career in the NKVD. One of such enterprises was the construction of the White Sea–Baltic Sea Canal (Belomorkanal), where the word "zek" or "z/k" (incarcerated canal-army-man) firstly appeared. The thieves in law appeared only in the USSR and only thanks to the Frenkel. Perhaps, he also proposed to contain the political prisoners together with the common criminals. Stalin naively thought that he would take the criminals under his control by unleashing the famous "Bitch Wars", but the criminal power was increased on the contrary. Later, the powerful criminals had formed the Russian-Jewish mafia-government, which exists until now. Frenkel went away from the execution by Cheka several times, and it’s believed that he retired in 1947 just before the next "purge".
The Russian language was enriched by the new words of a Jewish origin in the times of USSR. In the Russian "Manual on police affairs" of the XIX century was noted: "Many words of Jewish origin are used by the thieves".
|Meaning||Russian slang||Hebrew, Yiddish|
|preferential||блатной (blatnoy)||Blatt (sheet of paper in German, Yiddish)|
|to speak||ботать (botat)||bite (to express in Hebrew)|
|slang||феня (fenia)||ofen (manner in Hebrew)|
|letter||малява (maliava)||mila va (a word came in Hebrew)|
|joke, anecdote||хохма (khokhma)||khokma (wisdom in Hebrew)|
|group of thieves||хевра (khevra)||khevra (company, society in Hebrew)|
|group of the poor thieves||кодла (kodla)||kedale (poor in Hebrew)|
|seller of the faked jewelry||фармазон (farmazon)||freie Mason (Freemason in German, Yiddish)|
|to spoil (to mark a card edge)||коцать (kotsat)||katse (edge in Hebrew)|
|a card player (a pupil of a Jewish school)||шулер (shuler)||Schüler (pupil in German, Yiddish)|
|young man||пацан (patsan)||pots (dick in Yiddish)|
|despicable man||чмо (chmo)||schmok (dick in Yiddish)|
|authority||бугор (bugor)||boger (adult in Hebrew)|
|a former criminal||чувак (chuvak)||tshuva (repentant in Hebrew)|
|a non-criminal||фраер (frayer)||Freier (literally free man in German, Yiddish)|
|victim of a crook||лох (loh)||lahut (eager in Hebrew)|
|to earn||башлять (bashlat),
|bishel (to brew in Hebrew)|
|money||лoвэ (love)||love (borrower in Hebrew)|
|ok||ништяк (nishtiak)||nishtak (we’ll be calm in Hebrew)|
|clothes||шмотки (shmotki)||shmata (rags in Yiddish)|
|jacket||клифт (klift)||khalifa (a suit in Hebrew)|
|shut up!||ша (sha)||shema (hearing in Hebrew)|
|exemption from the cares||шухер (shuher)||shuhrer (to release in Hebrew)|
|danger warning||стрем (striom)||shtra maer (who warns in Hebrew)|
|house||хаза (haza)||Haus (house in German, Yiddish)|
|meeting place||малина (malina)||meluna (doghouse in Hebrew),|
malon (hotel in Hebrew)
|woman with many partners||шалава (shalava)||shilev (to combine in Hebrew)|
|girl (chick)||чикса (chiksa)||shiksa (non-Jewish girl in Yiddish)|
|happiness||кайф (kayf)||keyf (fun in Hebrew)|
|fortune||маза (maza)||mazal (fortune in Hebrew)|
|going well||фарт (fart)||Fahrt (trip in German, Yiddish)|
|policemen||мусор (musor)||moser (ethics, morality, punishment in Hebrew)|
|document||ксива (ksiva)||ktiva (a writing in Hebrew)|
|mess||кипиш (kipish)||khipus (a search in Hebrew)|
(in a tsarist prison at 8 o’clock)
|шмон (shmon)||shmone (8 in Hebrew)|
|end||хана (khana)||khana (a halt in Hebrew)|
|vessel for the excrements||параша (parasha)||peresh (excrements in Hebrew)|
|free (waste)||шара (shara)||shear (residue in Hebrew)|
|free (milk for beggars)||халява (khaliava)||khalav (milk in Hebrew)|
The abbreviations and acronyms is a typical Jewish word formation (notarikon), which is not a feature of the Indo-European languages, but was propagated over the world, especially in the USSR, since the XIX century. A list of the Soviet words ("narkom", “obkom”, "gorkom", "raykom", "zavkhoz", "sovkhoz", "kolkhoz", etc.) and the names (Dazdraperma, Dazdrasmygda, etc.) is very large.
The kibbutz (from Hebrew “kvutza”: a group), is the Israeli counterpart of the Soviet Kolkhoz, which emerged in the British Palestine in the 1920's. The Soviet Jews unsuccessfully repeated the experience of the Israeli Jews during the agricultural reform in the 1930's.
Lazar Moiseyevich Kaganovich was the Stalin's closest associate, a member of the senior leadership of the Ukrainian SSR, a head of the agricultural Department of the Central Committee of the CPSU(b) in the Collectivization period (1929-1934), who headed the so-called “fight against the kulaks' sabotage of the state actions“, which was resulted in the famine in 1932-1933, especially in the Cossack regions of Ukraine. On July 6, 1932, whole the Politburo of CP(b)U voted for the reduction of the grain procurements plan, referring to the unsufficient sowing and the death of a winter wheat. Molotov and Kaganovich rejected the plan revision and required the strengthening of Kolkhozes and the mobilization of forces to struggle against the losses. By December 6, only about 60% of the annual plan was collected. On 29 December, probably on the Kaganovich's initiative, the Politburo of CC CP(b)U ordered to take all the grain from the Kolkhozes, including the so-called seed banks. By 1932, the Ukrainian peasants already massively scored their cattle, or it had died in the Kolkhozes, where nobody wanted to work for the so-called “workdays” instead of the money. The people were already massively dieing in 1933 just like a livestock. The brothers Kaganovichs, according to some witnesses, are the sons of the Ukrainian prasol (kulak) Moses Hershkowitz, who was engaged in buying a cattle and sending it into the slaughters.
The Moscow Metro is the great brainchild of L.M. Kaganovich, which was built after Collectivization and Industrialization and was called by his name from 1935 to 1955. The working masses, who lived in the modest communal apartments, went down every day into the fantastic underground kingdom, which resembles the Greek Hades or the Jewish Sheol. Any American subway looks much more modest.
Rosa Kaganovich is known thanks to a journalist Stuart Kahan, and she was unknown in the USSR. She was the Stalin's secret wife since 1932 until his death (how could a healthy man to do without a wife?). She was allegedly a cause of the mysterious Alliluyeva’s suicide and of the death of Stalin himself. Most of the Soviet top leaders were either Jews or married on the Jewish women:
|Dzerzhinsky||Sofia Sigizmundovna Muszkat|
|Molotov||Perl Semyonovna Karpovskaya|
|Voroshilov||Golda Davidovna Gorbman|
|Yezhov||Shulamith (Eugene) Solomonovna Feigenberg-Notkina|
|Kalinin||Ekaterina Ivanovna Lorberg|
|Kirov||Maria Lvovna Markus|
By the early 1930s, the Zionists in the face of Trotskyists and the sect Chabad started to lose their power in Russia and the project of the World revolution, which was headed by the Communist International, failed. The antisemitism grew in the society, for example, the "Poem about the Jew" (1935) by an unknown author was written. The similar situation was also in Germany, where Hitler (see "Nazism") came to power in 1933. Stalin already knew that Hitler was his enemy, and he reacted immediately by the policy of a moderate nationalism instead of the radical Nazism or the Trotsky-Jewish internationalism::
- He restored the Russian and world history, as the Soviet science, in 1933.
- He introduced the "fifth paragraph" (ethnicity) in the forms and in the passports since 1933.
- He eliminated the “fifth column” in 1936-1938: Trotskyistes, Jews and Germans.
- He forced the industrialization, introduced the mandatory 7-years education for the citizens, and began to reform the Red Army, because the Wehrmacht began to be created in 1935, and the inevitability of a world war became evident.
- He supported the anti-Nazi forces during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939).
The Jewish Autonomous Oblast was founded in 1934, and its titular population reached a historical record of 20 thousand persons in 1937. The Jews got their "promised land" in this backwater district of the Far East with swamps, mosquitoes, humid summers and dry cold winters, instead of the desired Crimea.
«Great Purge» (1937-1938) is a result of the "Yezhov’s iron gloves" (“Yezh” is a hedgehog in Russian) of the NKVD. Apparently, the uneducated defective homosexual Yezhov was the only non-Jewish candidate to the head of OGPU-NKVD. He replaced the Jew Genrikh Grigoryevich Yagoda or Enoch Gershonovich (Genah Girshevich) Yehuda, who founded GULAG and defended Naftaly Frenkel. Later, the pornography and the rubber penis in addition to the Trotskyist literature were found during the arrest and the search of Yagoda .
The homosexuality in Russia began to be persecuted in the days of Stalin. The criminal liability, which was abolished by the Bolsheviks, was resumed in 1926 and also strengthened in 1934. Homosexuality was connected to the Fascism (Nazism): "Eliminate the gays, then fascism (Nazism) will disappear" (M. Gorky).
Beria, whom Stalin invited as his compatriot from the province (Caucasus) into Moscow in 1938, was the new NKVD head, who significantly reduced the repressions and deaths in GULAG. Beria was not homosexual, but he was too promiscuous with women.
Stalin's GULAG used the intellectual prison labor in the "sharashkas", which saved the life and health of the talented people, who developed the science and technology, during the war also. The aerospace industry, the pride of USSR, was created by the prisoners of sharashkas, for example: A.N. Tupolev, S.P. Korolev.
Thanks to Stalin's forced Collectivization and Industrialization, the USSR with its Trotskyist-Leninist policy of NEP was not involved in the world economic crisis and had defeated the Nazi Germany. It was impossible to win without the modern aircraft, tanks, etc., which could not be produced by the NEP businessmen, who were guided by their small private benefit. Those, who accuse Stalin in the economic reforms, which resulted in many human casualties (Ukrainian Holodomor etc.), do not explain how these reforms could be speeded up. At the same time, the detailed statistics on the American victims of the Great Depression is still unavailable, that is on millions of poor people, who dead from starvation and diseases. Not everyone noticed also, that Roosevelt with his "New Deal" actually used the experience of the USSR: the labour camps, the production planning, the state regulation of prices and wages.
Tukhachevsky is the son of a nobleman, the leader of the Trotskyist group wihin the Red Army administration. This group consisted mainly of the persons of Baltic and Jewish origin:
- Iona Emmanuilovich Yakir is a participant of the Cossacks genocide during the Civil War.
- Boris Mironovich Feldman, Ieronim Petrovich Uborevich suppressed the Tambov Rebellion together with Tukhachevsky.
- Vitovt Kazimirovich Putna is a participant of the suppression of the peasant uprisings.
- Robert Petrovich Eideman struggled against the "gangs" in Ukraine, practiced to take the hostages and to execute the "sympathizers".
- Avgust Ivanovich Kork is a theoretician.
- Yan Borysovych Gamarnik (Jakov Pudykovych) is the main Commissar (political officer).
|Weapon||Tukhachevsky (1931-1937)||After 1937|
|Submachine gun||PPD (milling).||PPSh (stamping, mass production).|
|Anti-tank rifle (ATR)||No need.||Light ATR (PTRD, PTRS)|
(«God of War»)
|Army, Corps||Need for the universal recoilless gun, which was never accepted for service.
Mortars is a surrogate artillery.
Automatic anti-aircraft guns are not needed.
|122-mm gun with a prototype of 1931,|
|Anti-tank||45 mm gun or «Farewell, Homeland» with a prototype of 1932.|
|Anti-aircraft||Easy pointing and rapid-firing guns, including the automatic ones.|
|Mortars||The lightweight guns and the effective shells for a close combat.|
|Rocket||Research of the recoilless guns (thanks to Tukhachevsky) was implemented finally in the “Katyusha".|
|Self-propelled||SU-5, SU-14 on the base of tanks.||They were created on the base of tanks during WWII.|
|Tanks||Heavy||Five-turreted T-35, which was suitable only for the parades.||KV-1, KV-2 fought well since the first years of WWII due to the powerful armor and gun.|
|Medium||T-28, analog of the experimental "Vickers Medium Mark III".
Three turrets did not compensate the thinness of armor.
|Light||Fast tanks BT ("Christie") and T-26 ("Vickers 6-Ton" for export) as the main tanks in a supposed rapid attack.||Armoured personnel carriers appeared only after WW2.|
Unstable monoplane I-16 (Chkalov was killed on its last modification).
|Specialization did not exist.||Il-2,|
|Light and medium bombers||SB (ANT-40)||Su-2,|
|Heavy bombers, transport||TB-3 (ANT-6)||TB-3 as transport,|
Pe-8 (ANT-42, TB-7),
Li-2 (for passangers)
|Long range light bombers||DB-3, which bombed Berlin in 1941.||Torpedo bomber Il-4 (DB-3T),|
|High altitude reconnaissance||Do not exist.||Development of Su-12 (analog of the German "Eagle Owl") in 1943.|
|Other||Biplane U-2 (training),
|Po-2 (U-2) for reconnaissance and other.|
|Radio of tanks and aircrafts||Transmitters are only for the commanders.
Receivers are not for everyone.
|Full communication of tanks was achieved only in 1943.|
The Soviet aviation "companies", which were called by the names of the chief responsible designers (as worldwide), emerged after 1937.
The Soviet scientists (supported by Tukhachevsky) first in the world had invented the radar to detect the aircrafts (systems RUS-1, RUS-2).
Telecommunications and cryptography was a weakness of the USSR, which was shown in the military defeat of 1941 and the subsequent peaceful life (lack of the office supplies, failures of the cash settlement centers in the 1990's). All the participants of WWII were engaged in encryption and decryption, and not only the highest departments. Wehrmacht was supplied with the portable cipher machines "Enigma" of about 100 thousand pieces. At this time, the Red Army rarely used even a radio, because the transmitters were not numerous and were found easily. Also the messages were transmitted in plain text, so the enemy can easily overheard them and could even mislead. So the Red Army was disorganized due to the mass failure of the wired telecommunications in the early days of WWII.
The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact of non-aggression was signed only when Stalin became a worthy Hitler's "ally" and deserved respect. The similar pacts were signed with other "allies" also. The attempts of this treaty by the Soviet Union were unsuccessful before 1939. Some historians now are declaring Stalin and Hitler almost allies and are giving the examples of allegedly the treasonous military cooperation between Stalin and the Weimar Republic:
- Kama tank school, where only about 40 German officers graduated. Strategy of the light fast BT tanks of Tukhachevsky was very bad in practice, that is, the Soviet specialists could not teach something useful.
- Air combat school "Lipetsk", where only about 120 German pilots graduated. The Soviet air forces at this time had to develop the pre-revolutionary technology (biplane "Ilya Muromets", etc.).
- Chemical center "Tomka" is related to a special branch, where the pioneers were the Germans since the World War I. The chemical weapons almost never used during WWII except the flamethrowers.
Before the treacherous Hitler's attack, the USSR indeed supplied Germany with the strategic raw materials (oil, ore, etc.), but in exchange for the equipment and other industrial goods, which lacked in the technologically retarded USSR. USSR of 1920-30's was almost unable to have such well-developed military-industrial cooperation with any well-developed Western country except the rogue state, which was the Weimar and Nazi Germany.
The protocol on the East Europe partition was a secret addition to the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, which allows the USSR occupation of the Baltic States, Eastern Poland and a part of Romania (Moldova) in 1939-1940. Eastern Poland was a part of the Russian Empire, which Trotsky's Red Army unsuccessfully tried to join to USSR in 1920. This secret was strictly kept until Perestroika.
Nikolay Zorya is a Soviet prosecutor at the Nuremberg Tribunal. He tried to do a report on the preparation of the attack on USSR, which mentioned the secret protocol, and then he was dismissed by Stalin from his post right at the time of his report. Next day, after Ribbentrop's testimony on the secret protocol, N. Zorya was found dead as a result of the "sloppy handling of the personal weapon".
The Katyn massacre of the Polish prisoners of war by the NKVD in 1940 is a Goebbels’s myth of 1943. This case is investigated by the Honoured Lawyer of Russia, Doctor of Juridical Science, Viktor Ilyukhin, who revealed a list of the modern post-Soviet historical falsifications, and died under the mysterious circumstances. He proved convincingly that these prisoners in the Eastern Polish USSR territory were shot by the Germans, when they occupied this territory in 1941 .
The June deportation of 1941 (May 22 – June 20) is the deportation from the USSR areas on the Reich border (recently occupied Baltic States, Western Belarus, Western Ukraine, Moldova), and the imprisoning into GULAG the criminals, the class enemies, the poles without a Soviet citizenship and the Germans, who could become the enemies. After the German occupation of these areas, some cases of a massacre of the local population were probably attributed to the NKVD with production of the appropriate documents according to the Goebbels’s method. Soon after the liberation of these areas from the Germans, the second deportation of the class enemies from the Balitc States occurred in 1949. After the USSR collapse, the authorities of the former Soviet republics invented the half-truth story about the Soviet genocide. The purpose of this invention is to obtain a financial compensation. The Baltic authorities had even built a monument commemorating the SS.
The deportation of Chechens and Ingushes ("descendants of Khazars") and the Crimean Tatars (together with Karaites) in 1944 was a struggle against the traitors during the war. Back in 1940, when Britain prepared to strike the USSR , the gang of Khasan Israilov emerged, who attempted to sabotage the Baku oil fields. Germany before the attack on USSR began a sabotage activity in Chechnya and throughout Russia with help of the local traitors. Israilov (aka Terloev) in 1942 hoped to found the "Federal republic of the states of fraternal people of Caucasus under the mandate of the German Empire".
Since May 1941, the Soviet intelligence service began to report on the inevitability of a war with Germany, reporting the invasion dates. Just at this time, Stalin had urgently sent an expedition into Samarkand to study the tomb of Timur (Tamerlane) under the NKVD control. A cameraman M. Kayumov, who participated at the tomb exhumation, reported about meeting at a local teahouse with three elders similar to each other, who showed him an Arabic manuscript, where was written that if to disturb the ashes of the great commander, then a war will begin. This tomb was opened at the scheduled time on June 22, 1941, and the deceased Timur (Tamerlane) allegedly started the war.
Zhukov is a military leader, who became "great" after the condemnation of Stalin:
- He became famous after winning in the Battles of Khalkhin-Gol, when he had the technical superiority over the enemy, who did not even have enough tanks and machine guns. He had thrown the armoured warfare onto the battle without a reconnaissance and an infantry support at his own risk.
- He won the strategy games on maps, whereby he became the Chief of the General Staff and also the Deputy of the Commissar of Defense for almost whole the war.
- After the shameful surrender of Minsk in July 1941, he was forever dismissed from the management of General Staff, and Stalin himself became the Commissar of Defense. The complete defeat of the Western Front occurred in the first hours and days of the war, while the Southwestern and Northwestern Fronts defended for several months. The "Military-historical magazine" began to publish in 1989 the answers of the various commanders on questions of the General Staff , but never finished for some reason. It turned out, that the senior military leadership failed to ensure a common understanding on how to avoid any provocations, while maintaining the combat readiness. There was a mess, because everyone understands this in own way, and the inspection did not exist. As a result, the Baltic Military District was ready and Leningrad was not captured, but a distrust of the commanders to the subordinates in Belarus was resulted even in the machines without fuel and ammunition. The perpetrators turned out to be the local generals (Pavlov and Klimovskikh).
- He commanded the Reserve Front. He participated in the Battle of Moscow at the head of the Western Front, which was combined with the Reserve Front remnants.
- He directly commanded the "Rzhev slaughterhouse".
- During the attack on Berlin, he struggled against the German NVD by the anti-aircraft searchlights, which highlighted his attacking forces also.
- He had thrown the tanks onto Berlin without a sufficient infantry support, suffering heavy losses from the Volkssturm with their Panzerfausts, which are almost useless against infantry. The similar Soviet RPG was delivered to Army in 1949 due to the slow development.
- He did not suppress the moral decay, violence and looting within the occupation zone of Germany. He was also under investigation for the so-called "trophy case" and had been exiled into Odessa.
- According to a legend, he struggled against the gangs in the post-war Odessa, allowing executions on the streets without a trial, as usually during wartime. Then he had been exiled into Ural.
- He was restored as Deputy of the Minister of Defense after Stalin's death.
- He commanded the secret Totskoye nuclear exercise. 3 years later, he was expelled from the Party for unknown reason, dismissed from all his posts and sent into retirement. The numerous victims of this nuclear attack had not received any assistance or compensation.
In the winter of 1941-1942, the German plan of Blitzkrieg failed thanks to many lost lives, and the Germans had slowed down the attack, being unprepared to the long-drawn war in a harsh climate. The Wehrmacht soldiers, who were transferred from other fronts, were not even timely supplied with a warm clothing. Stalin overestimated the Soviet superiority and paid few millions of human losses during the first major offensive operations, about which the Soviet historians usually don’t talk ("Rzhev slaughterhouse" etc.). Wehrmacht consisted of the well-armed, professionally trained and organized soldiers combined from the various branches into the united fighting machine. Red Army consisted of the poor armed and hastily trained soldiers, who were organized by the Commissars (nomenklatura), who send the soldiers to a certain death on the unexplored fortifications and in the surrounded armies, which went too deep into the enemy rear.
The "defence" of besieged Leningrad is the biggest, shameful and silenced failure . The defense of this "symbol of Revolution" was really a continuous 2-year offense with huge losses on both sides. The place of battles was named the Valley of Death not occasionally. There, in particular, the 2nd Shock Army was defeated under the command of Vlasov, who headed later the "Committee for the Liberation of the Peoples of Russia" (KONR) and the "Russian Liberation Army” (ROA) on the Reich side.
The Red Army soldiers in 1941-1942 massively surrendered to the Germans, who traditionally immediately killed the Commissars, because they usually were the Jews, but also because they perhaps were useless as the soldiers. The German commanders highly appreciated the captured Cossacks, and even founded the SS unit "Cossack Stan", attributing the Cossacks origin from the ancient Germans. The real Soviet commanders even set an example to the Germans: the general M.G. Yefremov (Rzhev operation) and the general A.M. Gorodnyansky (passed the World War I as a non-commissioned officer), for example. The Soviet commanders often encouraged the suicide of a simple people, to whom the various "kamikaze" and "covers of embrasures" set an example.
The partisans were the resistance force, with which Wehrmacht did not encounter anywhere as serious as in the USSR. Just as during the Patriotic War of 1812, the partisans were mainly the peasants without passports (i.e. serfs), who defended their native “Damp Mother Land". The sense of motherland is less typical for the regular and conscript army as well as for the urban and the Western European population, where everyone protects himself at first. The Soviet leadership supported the partisans as the real force.
Trotsky's Red Army defeated the demoralized Russian Imperial Army and was organized as a terrorist gang under the double control of both commanders and Commissars. Stalin gradually transformed this into the Soviet Army of a new type. The military ranks of commanders were actually introduced only in 1935. The generals (combined arms commanders) came only in 1940 after the defeat of Red Army in Finland. The unity of command was introduced only in the autumn of 1942, when the Commissars (political non-professional officers) were dismissed from the direct command. The concept of officers, as the professional military personnel, was restored only in 1943, when the typical ranks for the Army and Navy were introduced. At this time, a significant Soviet victory in the Battle of Stalingrad became the turning point, when the maladaptive self-confident Hitler, who had the rank of Gefreiter, began to actively incompetent manage the generals instead of to find the ways to peace. This caused at first the 20 July plot of the generals, and then the shameful capitulation.
After meeting of M. Kayumov and Zhukov, the Timur's remains was returned back to the tomb on 19-20 November 1942, which was the first day of the famous operation by the astrological name "Uranus", when the 6th army of Wehrmacht near Stalingrad was surrounded on November 23 and destroyed later.
Stealing of technology from the defeated Germany had accelerated the development of the nuclear weapons and the rocketry. The Soviet Union then launched the world's first artificial satellite and the first cosmonaut thanks to the military industrial complex of Stalin and Beria.
A.A. Zhdanov is a Stalin’s associate, who died in 1948 from a heart disease. According to a non-Jewish doctor L. Timashuk, he was killed by the wrong diagnosis. Since this time, an active persecution of the Soviet Jews started, which finally resulted in the "Doctors’ plot":
- Struggle against the "rootless cosmopolitanism" of Jews.
- The Jewish Anti-fascist Committee, which was established in 1942, was disbanded as a center of the “Anti-Soviet propaganda”. Many leaders were arrested and executed in 1952 as the American spies.
- USSR one of the first recognized the state of Israel and supplied it with a military assistance, which became decisive in the war against Arabs.
- According to a journalist M.N. Poltoranin, the Israeli Ambassador Golda Meir insisted on establishment of the Jewish autonomy in Crimea, an attempt to which was unsuccessful in the 1920s. Eventually, the operation "Ptarmigan" (Russian: Belaya kuropatka) was planned in 1953, the mass deportation of Jews from the large cities into the camps on Novaya Zemlya and Spitsbergen.
- Murder of Solomon Mikhoels, one of the Jewish leaders, who would be a leader of the Jewish autonomy in Crimea.
- The "Doctors’ plot" or the case of the Zionist plot in MGB was finished in January 1953, when the Jewish doctors were arrested as the American spies.
Stalin suddenly died in March 1953 of a brain hemorrhage. It's commonly known that the medical aid came only the next day after he was found lying on the floor. Most of the involved doctors and pathologists then disappeared or died suddenly, as A.V. Rusakov for example. The death occurred right on the Jewish holiday of Purim (14th of the month of Adar), which is celebrated since the salvation of Jews by their heroine Esther from killing by the Persians (Iranians). If Stalin is an Ossetian, he is a relative of the Iranians. So, M.N. Poltoranin stands for a probable version: the role of modern Mordecai and Esther was performed by Lazar and Rosa Kaganovich, who poisoned him. Some researchers believe that Stalin was poisoned with warfarin (rat poison).
Stalin seemingly restored the medieval Empire of the Huns of Attila in 1945, who dared to defy the modern Rome (British Empire and USA). But this Empire similarly quickly collapsed under the control of incompetent successors, leaving the core of Empire: "Rus'–Horde". According to a legend, Attila was found after the feast dead from nosebleed, which could occur due to the rat poison. The Byzantine chronicler Marcellinus Comes and the Germanic Elder Edda ("Song of Atli") tell that his new wife killed him.
The archive of A.M. Kollontai, the Soviet Ambassador in Sweden, has a record of her conversation with Stalin in November 1939: «Many matters of our party and people will be distorted and abused, above all in foreign countries and, yes, even in our country too. Zionism, in a tearing hurry for world supremacy, will be harsh on us, be vengeful on account of our successes and achievements. They still consider Russia as a barbarous country, as a raw material adjunct. And my name will also be slandered; it is being slandered even now. To me they shall attribute many a crime. International Zionism shall by all means attempt to destroy our union, so that Russia could never rise again».
Beria, the chief of NKVD-MGB, was arrested and then executed in half of year according to the official version. But really he was killed as a result of something like a military coup in June 1953:
- Tamanskaya and Kantemirovskaya divisions had surrounded the Kremlin before his arrest.
- The arrest description has the various contradictory versions.
- Photographs and fingerprints, which had to be manufactured during the arrest, do not exist.
- The detention place is a guardhouse and a bunker of the Moscow military garrison, but not a prison of the Interior ministry.
- Forgery of the signatures on the documents.
- Shvernik, a member of the court, admitted to Beria’s son, Sergo: "I ain’t seen your father alive". Mikhailov, another member of the court, admitted: “a completely different person sat in the courtroom".
- The execution description exists in the various contradictory versions. The death certificate is not signed by a doctor. The cremation act is not found.
- P. Burgasov (a military doctor) stated that the Minister of munitions B.L. Vannikov told him on June 26, 1953: «We’ve lost our chief, Lavrenty Pavlovich Beria. He was shot in his own Moscow apartment. I was over there just now...», the house was cordoned off by the military, the windows in his office were smashed. A military pilot S. Amet-Khan said to Sergo: «Your house is surrounded by troops, and your father probably killed. I already sent a car to the Kremlin gate, you sit in it and go to the airport. I'm ready to transport you somewhere, before it’s too late!». From the Sergo’s memories: «The area was really cordoned off by the military, and they didn’t let us pass into the yard for a long time, until Vannikov called Khrushchev again. Finally we passed in, after his permission, which was a confirmation of his involvement in these events. The wall beside the room of my father was chipped by the bullets of the heavy machine guns, the windows and the doors were broken. While I desperately looked at this, one of the guards came to me and says: "Sergo, someone was taken out from the building on a stretcher covered with a tarpaulin"».
Nikita Khrushchev was the first successor, who of course accused the Stalin's cult of personality. According to V. Karpov, he came into the USSR elite through the inner circle of Stalin’s wife, and «…sometimes entertained Stalin’s guests during feasts in the summer house: he danced squatting with balalaika and sang the obscene ditties…» . The personal Khrushchev’s "merits" are:
- He was a member of the Military Council of the Second Battle of Kharkov, having the experience of the battalion Commissar at the Civil War. He decided to become a hero together with Tymoshenko and refused to withdraw the surrounded army on the recommendation of the General Staff. As a result, the front was broken, the loss in the surrounded armies amounted to 200-300 thousands people, and this strategic defeat had opened the way into the Donbass and the Volga for the Germans. Khrushchev was never permitted to the direct control after this incident, however, the role of commander-in-chief he took later.
- He had started the costly large-scale exploration of the space on Tsiolkovsky's idea using the captured German rocketry technology. The pragmatic but proud Americans had to catch up with the USSR in the Space Race.
- He began to worsen the relations with China since 1956, which resulted in the conflict in 1969 and the prolonged rupture of relations.
- Suppression of the Hungarian Uprising of 1956 had aggravated the international situation. At the UN meeting on the "Hungarian Question", he pounded his fist and may be a shoe on the table.
- He restored the Chechen-Ingush ("Khazar") ASSR in 1957. Some squares and streets are called now by his name there.
- He banned the small private enterprises “artels”, which produced many goods before the 1960s.
- He banned the private subsidiary plots, which many peasants had before 1958.
- After his first visit to the United States in 1959, he became interested in the corn cultivation, which is not suitable for the Russian climate. In combination with other inadequate agricultural reforms, this resulted in the lower yields, the grain shortage and the grain import.
- He brutally suppressed the Cossacks descendants, who acted against the food prices rising in 1962.
- He had promised to the President Nixon to show "Kuzma's mother" during the American exhibition in 1959. This promise was later included into a report to the next Congress of the Party. The Americans thought that he is talking about the new weapons. The world's most powerful thermonuclear "Tsar Bomba" with the specially modified bomber had been tested in 1961. The blast wave was felt thousands miles away, and it circled the globe three times. The Americans then joked: "Kuzma" is a bomb, and his "mother" is a bomber.
- In 1962, the Soviet nuclear missiles, which covered the entire territory of USA, had been secretly deployed on the socialist Cuba. But Khrushchev seemingly forgot that the US has a high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft U-2, which had disclosed this secret. Therefore the world was on the brink of a nuclear war during few days.This was called the Caribbean Crisis in USSR.
- In 1964, he started the poorly organized program of the manned flights to Moon in order to not lag behind USA in the Space Race. This program was finished by few launches of the remote-controlled Lunokhods.
- The phrase "present generation of the Soviet people will live with Communism" was included in the program of the CPSU in 1961.
The urbanization, which started since the 1930s industrialization, continuously increased the urban population until the extinction of many villages by the 1990s. Since the 1960s, the former farmers massively colonized the uniform cheap "Khrushchevka" apartments, which resembled the peasant huts inside.
De-Stalinization, which was launched by Khrushchev, lasted gradually up to the full Perestroika in the 1980s. Mao Zedong said in 1964, that the Capitalism wins within USSR. There was also a failed attempt of the market oriented reforms by a Jew Liberman. In fact, the elite gained more and more privileges, and at the same time less and less responsibility for their actions, seeking ultimately to live "with capitalism" and to work "with socialism".
1970s: the Soviet economy finally adjusts to the oil and gas exports, because the oil acquired the status of "black gold" in the world economy, and also the Arab countries declared an “oil embargo”. The Stalin's system of military industry was created for the sake of victory in WWII. And in the times of Détente, this system required the modernization and the reorienting on the consumer goods. The steadily fall of the value and prestige of an intellectual work (engineers, teachers, etc.) began simultaneously. The quality of the new technologies and the consumer goods was steadily falling in comparison to the imported goods. The "brain drain" had started already since 1980s and reached its maximum after Perestroika.
1985. Gorbachev came to power on the 4th day after the Jewish Purim, which symbolizes the salvation of Jews from the crisis. The subsequent inadequate steps resulted in the catastrophic consequences for Gorbachev himself and others. The prohibition ("dry law") was introduced immediately to support the discipline, Uskoreniye and Perestroika. The experience of the early XX century showed that a sober lifestyle in Russia leads to a change of government after few years.
1986. The disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant right in time of the Jewish Passover, which symbolizes the liberation of Jews from the USSR. The scientific analysis of this disaster shows that a combination of many factors, which resulted in the explosion of reactor RBMK-1000, could occur only in a case of the carefully planned plot. The RBMK-1000 has a quite reliable design, and such reactors are working properly at other plants for years. This disaster assisted for the collapse of USSR (dislike of Ukraine to Russia) and the discrediting of its scientific and technical potential.
The centers NTTM (Scientific and Technical Creativity of the Youth), such naive name had the first legal commercial enterprises in the late 1980s, where the former Komsomol members quickly moved into the business, and some of them became later the oligarchs. The permitting to encashment of the non-cash bank money had increased the total money supply and the shortage of goods.
1987. The stock market crash, start of the global financial crisis, the fall in oil prices. At the same time, the USSR catastrophically loses its gold reserve. You can guess where it has disappeared, when the gold prices were high. Even the customs restrictions on its export were canceled in 1989.
The decentralization of the USSR foreign trade occurred in 1987-1988. The shortage of essential goods was dramatically increased, including the bread shortage. When the demand for foreign currency was high, and the internal food prices were low, you can guess where this food was sold. The government unsuccessfully tried to raise the industrial productivity by the “cooperatives”, which had replaced the centers NTTM and had legalized the so-called “tsekhoviks".
1990. The facts of deliberate destruction of food in the trading system with the participation of Popov were revealed. Popov later became the head of the Moscow, which was always better supplied with food. In the same year, the danger of riots came, and the Communist Party was declared untenable as the head. In August 1991 the Party tried to take a revenge, when the people finally exchanged their Soviet past, including their money savings, on a “piece of sausage".
In the Soviet times, not everyone could easily encash the non-cash money. The non-cash payments were carried out by a simple paper forms with seals, which were sent by the telegraph (teletype, telex) without any protection (encryption). All the accounts belonged to the single State Bank with its branches, and the only possible transfers were from one account to another, keeping the balance. The archival data allowed the detection of an error (a cheat) and fixing it.
In the 1990s, the banking system was restructuring, and the Central Bank with its regional cash centers had appeared, which served the private commercial banks with its correspondent accounts. The transfers of non-cash money into cash and back became easy. The interbank transfers were based on the old Soviet technology so, that the balance of a cash center were reviewed even not daily, but monthly, due to the lack of processing automation. The result was a fraud:
- The fake "aviso" (remittance advice). Any private bank could make the arbitrary transfer from the account of one cash center into the account of another cash center, and the client could receive a cash, which really could not be returned back. The payer could be nonexistent, and such fact was not discovered immediately due to the lack of rapid communication and checking. Technically, a payment performed either by the operators or by the telegraph messages with the known simple codes.
- The fake cash centers  were discovered after an urgent introduction in 1992 of the encryption of the banking messages by the Soviet military system, which was implemented by some private company “Ankort” . The keys for the cipher were given strictly according to the valid cash centers list, and the remaining illegal ones even started to request the keys.
The damage caused by the Yeltsin’s inadequate banking reform is:
- Trillions of rubles arose out of the air. The significant contribution into the devaluation and hyperinflation of the early 1990s.
- The Chechen aviso (the largest part of fakes), which generously funded an independent Ichkeria, the full-fledged subject of the Russian Federation, seemingly the center of "New Khazaria". The suppression of the Chechen separatists was finished very hardly only in 2000s.
1990s. The next "time of troubles" in accordance with a 400-year cycles of history. Menachem Mendel Schneerson is the last leader of the Chabad sect. Some of his admirers proclaimed him Mashiah (the Jewish Messiah, Savior) in 1992 after the Stalinist Soviet Union defeat, which has delayed the global crisis beginning. This Messiah never visited the Palestinian Israel (the formal Promised Land) throughout his long life, and he died in New York (in the real Promised Land) in 1994 at the age of 92 years, having gone through all the Soviet leaders. The sect mission has done on this, and it has no more leaders, but its influence in Russia and in the world is very large (as the head of one Jewish community Edward Hodos stated). The country is ruled now by the so-called rich "New Russians", the majority of which are the "old Jews".
1993. The abolition of Stalin's criminal punishment of homosexuals, and the brutal suppression of the higher Soviet authorities remnants with participation of the Israeli intelligence . The last happened approximately in the time of the Jewish harvest festival of Sukkot (looting of the former USSR) with the sacrifice (shooting of the House of Soviets).
Many American advisers actually ruled Russia for the Western benefit and had converted it into the raw materials appendage and a parody on USA, which is manifested even in the structure of authorities:
The privatization of the former Soviet industry is: the stagnant Soviet state released its property, especially the manufacturing industry. The Soviet government never could manage this industry properly, and now it was not going to do this. In the conditions of the financial crisis and an abrupt unprepared modification of the production relations, a large number of enterprises degraded into low-tech, changed their profile or had been closed. Especially severe social crisis, which stimulates the crime, occurred in the small cities. The most successful manufacturing industry became the metallurgy, where both technology and the products did not change significantly during the XX century (Soviet period).
Large foreign investments into a high-tech industry, for which some naive Russians hoped, could not and cannot occur, because China and Indochina with a suitable climate and a cheap disciplined labor force exist in the global world. The foreign investors often bought and then intentionally destroyed their competitors, getting their secret technology also .
1995. The privatization of a number of large and allegedly unprofitable raw-material state-owned enterprises. This scam was organized by the government itself with participation of Potanin. The government took out loans from the commercial banks (ONEXIM, MENATEP, etc.) secured by its property, and it was not going to repay the loans. As a result, these enterprises were cheaply sold to the oligarchs on the collateral auctions.
1998. The governmental actions had produced the crisis, which had replaced the government. The government used the experience of "MMM" (a parody on the Fed) and played the “pyramid” (Ponzi scheme) issuing GKO-OFZ since 1993. After the collapse of this pyramid (the default), the governent had devaluated its debts by a significant devaluation of the rouble. Since almost the entire economy was based on import-export, where the U.S. dollar almost replaced the ruble, the consequences were catastrophic for the small businesses.
2000s. The new Putin’s government desperately attempts to restore the lost national sovereignty (including the strengthening of rouble) by consolidating the property and power in the hands of "United Russia". This naturally displeased the USA and the EU, because the world crisis started in 2007, which was delayed for 20 years. During these years, the left-wing parties also tried to prohibit the LGBT propaganda.
The powerful Jewish oligarchs of 1990s (Putin's opposition) were gradually gone after the deliberate criminal charges:
- Khodorkovsky is an alternative to Putin and a servant of the Rothschilds .
- Gusinsky is a media mogul.
- Berezovsky is an auto industrialist and a media mogul. Tymoshenko was supported by him and was gone together with him.
2010s. Russia has suffered heavy losses but still exists as an independent state despite the strategic plans of the West.
2011. The Belarus's financial crisis coincides precisely with the Arab Spring, which overthrows the "dictators". The culmination of this event was the Minsk Metro bombing a week before the Jewish Passover (holiday of liberation). The economic loss was not fatal for the regime.
2014. The Republic of Crimea was founded. The status referendum occurred exactly on the Jewish Purim, symbolizing the salvation of Jews by the formation of "New Israel" and "New Jerusalem" (Sevastopol). A dream of the Stalin’s Jews comes true. The devaluation of ruble occurred on the Hanukkah, symbolizing the victory of Jewish financial system. The expected massive social unrests did not followed.
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