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Vladimir Lenin

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Vladimir Lenin-Blank.

Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov-Blank(12 April 1870 – 21 January 1924), better known as Vladimir Lenin, was a communist terrorist of Jewish descent, mass murderer, propagandist and dictator of the RSFSR, as well as from 1922, the first de facto dictator of the Soviet Empire, established after the Jews took control of Russia during the October Revolution. Lenin himself was moved into place by the German Empire. Despite positioning himself as "leader of the proletariat", he lived a parasitic life and was not himself a worker.

He was the creator of Leninism, an extension of Marxist theory. Lenin set up the Gulag slave system and during his reign, along with co-tribesman Leon Trotsky carried out the murder of some 13 million[1] Russian Christians in the Trotsky—Lenin Holocaust. Despite this, the legion of crimes commited by Bolshevist Jewry under Lenin are hidden, shifted under the propaganda phrase of "Stalinism".


Early life

Krupskaya, Lenin's wife

Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov-Blank was born in Simbirsk on the Volga River on 22 April 1870 into a well-educated family. His mother was daughter of a rich Jewish family called Blank. He excelled at school and went on to study law. At university, he was exposed to radical thinking, and his views were also influenced by the execution of his elder brother, a member of a revolutionary group.

1889 the family bought a farm near to Simborsk. Lenin was uncapable to farming and any kind of manual work, therefore the farm was given to others for a rent to be worked. He had absolutely no connections to the peasants on their farm, all, he knew about them, took from backbiting propaganda, like Gleb Uspenski-s works. He lived as a parasite there, walked and read perverted literature.

Already then showed his abnormal personality. he said, the Romanov family must be exterminated. He also condemned international help in a year of bad harvest, because he meant, this defers victory of socialism.

Expelled from university for his radical policies, Lenin completed his law degree as an external student in 1891. He moved to St Petersburg and became a professional revolutionary. Like many of his contemporaries, especially Jews like himself, he was arrested and exiled to Siberia, where he married Nadezhda Krupskaya, also a Jewess, like himself. After his Siberian exile, Lenin - the pseudonym he adopted in 1901 - spent most of the subsequent decade and a half in western Europe, where he emerged as a prominent figure in the international revolutionary movement and became the leader of the 'Bolshevik' faction of the Russian Social Democratic Worker's Party.

Later life

Lenin is cleaning up

In 1917, exhausted by World War One, Russia was ripe for change. Assisted by the Germans, who hoped that he would undermine the Russian war effort, Lenin returned home and started working against the provisional government that had overthrown the tsarist regime. He eventually led what was soon to be known as the October Revolution, but was effectively a coup d'etat. Almost three years of civil war followed. The Bolsheviks were victorious and assumed total control of the country. During this period of revolution, war and famine, Lenin demonstrated a chilling disregard for the sufferings of his fellow countrymen and mercilessly crushed any opposition.

Although Lenin was ruthless he was also pragmatic. When his efforts to transform the Russian economy to a socialist model stalled, he introduced the New Economic Policy, where a measure of private enterprise was again permitted, a policy that continued for several years after his death. In 1918, Lenin narrowly survived an assassination attempt, but was severely wounded. His long term health was affected, and in 1922 he suffered a stroke from which he never fully recovered. In his declining years, he worried about the bureaucratisation of the regime and also expressed concern over the increasing power of his eventual successor Joseph Stalin, who was as bad and terroristic, as he himself. Lenin died on 24 January 1924. His corpse was embalmed and placed in a mausoleum on Moscow's Red Square. Today (2011) there are requirements in Russia, to remove the corpse of this Jewish criminal from the mausoleum, it is still in.

1917-1924 at least 7 million deaths were caused by Lenin's activities, the revolution, the civil war, the provoced famine, the bolshevistic terror troops and the like. He was at least as talented mass murder as his worthy successor, comrade Stalin.

Relation to Zinoviev

According to Zinoviev's letters he had a homosexual relation to Lenin [2]

Intellectual cowardice and dishonesty

Lenin developed the contemporary Marxist concept of "imperialism" in his 1917 work called Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism. The direct inspiration for this was Imperialism: A Study authored in 1902 by John A. Hobson, a British socialist who was opposed to the Anglo-Boer War, which was fought to put Jewish randlords in control of the gold and diamond mines of South Africa. In the original work by Hobson, he explicitly demonstrates that Ashkenazi Jews are the predominating force which are entangling nations in wars for the imperialism of high finance; he specifically uses the word "Jews" and "Rothschild". Lenin does not use either of these words in his derivative work and his followers to this day, refuse to acknowledge the eight-hundred pound gorilla in the room of Jewish finance driving world imperialism. Lenin's concealment appears to be motivated by his own Jewish ancestry. Henry Hyndman, a dissident Marxist of the age, like Hobson criticised the imperialism of Jewish finance and the Rothschilds by name, unlike Lenin, he had no known Jewish ancestry.


Inside the mind of Lenin

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  • Goldstein, Margaret J (2007). V. I. Lenin (in Jewish). Twenty-First Century Books. ISBN 0822559773. 

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