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Do Americans Face a Red Terror?

Editor’s Note: This article was published seven years ago and in the aftermath of massive assaults on US cities by BLM and Antifa shock troops, the stolen presidential election and installment of the Chinese Communist-backed Biden administration is arguably more relevant than ever before. Today US Attorney Merrick Garland cannot stop repeatedly declaring the alleged national security threat posed by politically conservative Christians (“White Supremacists”). This long-running campaign to target such Americans must be placed in the context of American education system’s complete failure to vigorously address this dark chapter in modern world history.

By James Perloff
March 11, 2014

The murderous Bolshevik Revolution made communism a political reality. Alarming similarities to today’s political climate invite comparison.

Czar Nicholas II abdicated in March 1917. Since Bolshevik leaders Vladimir Lenin and Leon Trotsky weren’t even in Russia then, how did they gain control of it by November 1917? Western analysts uncovered parts of this mystery, but much remained unknown due to the Soviet government’s stranglehold on its history – as Orwell said, “Who controls the present controls the past.” With glasnost, archives creaked open. Perhaps no one has collated the information better than Juri Lina, whose out-of-print Under the Sign of the Scorpion can be found online until his new edition is released this April.

The Rothschild-Illuminati axis, through their network of banksters and Freemasons, controlled the Bolshevik operation.

— In February 1917, an artificially induced bread shortage accompanied orchestrated rioting in Petrograd (then Russia’s capital). In a “false flag,” the mobs were machine-gunned from hidden positions; the casualties were blamed on the Czar.

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Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution

Because the United States is in the midst of a communist social and economic revolution akin to the one that swept through Russia in the early 20th century (with the same interests fueling the tumult) there couldn’t be a more timely book to consider than Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution by the late academic historian Antony C. Sutton (1925-2002). It is among those rare works that convincingly disproves the well-worn thesis that Western finance capitalism and socialism were at odds. The title can be found in its entirety here, and below is the first chapter that provides a succinct overview.
Sutton is best known for Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development and America’s Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull and Bones. Below is an interview with Sutton that was part of a promotional project for the book, The Romanov Royal Martyrs
Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution | An Interview with Professor Anthony C. Sutton (1987)

THE ACTORS ON THE REVOLUTIONARY STAGE

Dear Mr. President: I am in sympathy with the Soviet form of government as that best suited for the Russian people… Letter to President Woodrow Wilson (October 17, 1918) from William Lawrence Saunders, chairman, Ingersoll-Rand Corp.; director, American International Corp.; and deputy chairman, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

The frontispiece in this book was drawn by cartoonist Robert Minor in 1911 for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Minor was a talented artist and writer who doubled as a Bolshevik revolutionary, got himself arrested in Russia in 1915 for alleged subversion, and was later bank-rolled by prominent Wall Street financiers. Minor’s cartoon portrays a bearded, beaming Karl Marx standing in Wall Street with Socialism tucked under his arm and accepting the congratulations of financial luminaries J.P. Morgan, Morgan partner George W. Perkins, a smug John D. Rockefeller, John D. Ryan of National City Bank, and Teddy Roosevelt — prominently identified by his famous teeth — in the background. Wall Street is decorated by Red flags. The cheering crowd and the airborne hats suggest that Karl Marx must have been a fairly popular sort of fellow in the New York financial district.

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In the Shadow of Hermes

–A Documentary by Jüri Lina

Also available on Vimeo.

This feature-length documentary by Swedish director Jüri Lina, wasreleased in 2009. Based on his book Under the Sign of the Scorpion, examines the taboo thesis of how freemasons, international bankers, and mercenary forces came together in an unholy alliance, and through the Bolshevik Revolution of November 1917 established in Russia the most brutal and dehumanizing slave society the world has ever seen.

In 1974 Russian writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn admonished his countrymen:

“Live without lies!” This applies equally to the West. The Truth in our time is in no way self-evident. Most official facts about communism are not true. Solzhenitsyn emphasized: “In our country the lie has become not just a moral category, but a pillar of the state.”

The facts have been suppressed both in the East and the West.

The film is an important documentation of those financial masonic forces that cold-bloodedly worked behind the scenes through communism to profit from the suffering of others.

The director stresses that it is his duty to tell the truth about communism and its grey eminences, and not just superficially treat its psychopathic symptoms, while the truth today is not highly valued.

History is made every day, but by whom? The answer is given in this film, the aim of which is to unmask the truth, despite the falsifications of history, so meekly reported by the media.