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Governor of Petrograd, Prcsicfent or the Soviet Conanonwealth
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Trofzky-Braunsfeln (Brownsfone)

Coownmary of the Artny atd Navy; the real Dfctator of Russia.
What dire offence from bilious springs
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lt will conceded, by who in arrnoured cars through the streets
knows Russia and has had opportunity of ob- of Petrograd, discharging their rifles at ran
: serving ali the different phases of the revolu- dom wherever and it pleased them. :
tionary pross hat the inherent anarchical ten- The revoit was suppressed. leaders were
dendes of the Russian people could not put into prison, the rebels isolated and put
: failed to let the political pendulum swing very under guard. :
far towards the left. But the most extreme- But soon it became apparent - just a9 we
minded Russian had surely not dreamt of have seen it in Oermany - that the jews bad
: creating an instrument of destruction so corft been careful to lay out the large sums o.f :
piete in .its ssstematic annihilation of every money, spent for the propaganda of bolshe-
principle of economie life, so satanic in its vist ideas, to the best advantage of the mo-
: premeditated violence and cold-bloodcd mur- vement and had guarded themselves from :
der as that whi<:h now constitutes the basis attack on ali sides by smugglo their own men
of bolshevist power. beforehand into the ranks of the so-called 'mo-
: ln this mad anarchical chaos, the natura1 derate' parties. :
consequence was the usurpation of the supreme The leaders of the social-revolutionists
command by that element which, t.Jnalterable, and of the Mensheviki were Dcrnstein-Cohan
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: and comparable only to itself, has represented, Lieber, Gotz, Dan, Martow-Zedcrbaum anu :
since the very beginning of human history. such indhi.duals, whose German sounding na-
the acme of the most unscrupulous and most mes reveal them as jews to ali in the know.
: insatiable greed: the Je w. f1ardly had Trotzky, Kamenew-Rosenfcld and :
Scarcely had ,,Liberty" been achieved (by their confederates been apprehended that from
the help ot the London Change and the ail sidcs there arose a wild cry that the
: nussian-Jcwish liberalism), than from every- Oovernment was compelHng va liant :
from the very ends of the earth tht! Knights of Liberty to suffer martyrdom be-
children of Israel set out to reach their Pro- cause of the very ideals the government itself
: mised land of these lteter days. Bolshevist to defend. :
papers and periodkals were startcd jn Moscow The jews lieber and Dan succeeded in
and Petrograd. Trained demagogues, posses- browbeating the hysterical and pitifully weak
: sing unlimited supplies of money, appeared Kerensky (whose chief of Police was a jew, :
as members of the Soviet Councils and neither the Zionist Rutenberg) into liberating the
lost time nor hesitated in using ali means, how- prisoners.
: ever fout they might be, to demoralise the This weak conssion to the Bolsheviki :
minds of the: Russian people and excite 1 se a led the doom of Russia. Henceforth, every a
: feelings a.gainst one another. And the Rus- demagogue no longer nceded to fear anything
sian masses succumbed ali the more readily and could throw away his mask, :
that they were for the most part illiterate. feeling that he was secure. At the end of
: May 1 cite an example: One day there October, on the Day of Councils, the demo-
appeared as member of the Petrograd soviet cracy which had paved the way, was over- :
a man quite unknown, who gave his name as thrown and replad by Bolsflevism. The
Stecklow. He preached the overthrow of de- Terror set in.
: IJ19Ctacy, promised universal peace, liberty, But who had provided the phenomenal :
bread and gave money to ali corners. At Jast sums of money needed to assure the triumph
be could no longer avoid producing his pa pers, of bolshevist propaganda? - phobe
: which showed him to be a /ew named Na- authors blandly assert that Trotzky and Le- :
chamkes. To-day he is one o the omnipotent nin were the .emissaries of the German Gene-
dictators of the Russian press. Cases such as rai Staff. The true facts are, however vastly
: this can be proved by the hundrcd. different. The leaders of the 8olsheviki were :
Under the very nose of the liberal govern- and still are the emissarics and agents of the
: ment Trotzky-Braunstcin (Brownstone), Sino\v Jewish johbers in the countrics blcsscd with
jeff-Apfelbaum (Appletrec) from New York an ,Exchange' and it was jewish money that :
and Lenin from Switzerland appropriated a pa- paid the constructing, erecting and putting
lace ll1 Petrograd for their own uc;e and made mto motion of the macrune of destruction
: it the headquarters of Bo1shevism. Many called Botshevism. :
demagogues, carefully trained in the bolshevist who knows more about the se- .
seminary at Capri (headmaster: the jew Rap- cret springs and the hidden causes of the
: poport), journeyed ali over the countr , to Russian Revolution than most men, has openly :
Kronstadt (the headquarters of the Navy and accused (in his pamphlet: Re Ye cursed Ye
to the front. 1 myself have seen: jewis stu- Bolshcvikt!) the ,German' jew Parvus-Helphand
: dents distributing the ,Pravda' (Truth) among of being the father of nolshevism, Panus :
the wounded, in the hospitals of the Crimea. of Constantinopie, Parvus of Sofia, Parvus of
: The first attack wa.s deHvered in uly Copenhagen, Parvus of Berlin 1 This Jew Par-
vus, a successful ,profiteer' with many bun :
. to the highest pitch mostly by the jew Rosh al dreds of million marks to the good, a friend
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ish November revolution, expelled from
Switzerland by ordcr of the Swiss go'.crn-
ment because of nefarious and dark machi-
nations, succeeded in inducing the Wilhelm-
strasse - the German F Office - , al-
ready in a state of democratie desintegration,
to permit Lenin and severat hunthcd jews to
pass tlhrough Oermany on thcir way from
Switzerland to Petrograd. And the democratie
,Russian" government allowed them to cross
the fronticr!
Trotzky and Sinowjeff-Apfelbaum, accom-
pagnied by two hundred othcr inhabit:lllfs of
the New York Ghetto, lil<ewise startcd for
Russia. They wcre held up ttnd ktpt h;td<
in Halifax by English officers un til Washington
spoke the word, enforcing their speedy libe-
ration. These baci11i of destruction too were
allowed by the Russian government to land
in Rus..c:;ia .
Woodrow Wilson who was thcn President
of the United States had as his ri1rht hand
the ban ker Simon Wolff; his le ft w as gu id cd
by Judge Brandeis, a Zionist. As far back as
1904 jacob Schiff had financed the j:1pancse
war against anti-semitic Russia and had libc-
ra11v provided the Russian prisoners of war
with revo1utionary propaganda. Wilson's bcst
friend was Bernard Baruch, who, heading
another batch of 117 jews, nccompanied Wil-
son on his trip to the ,peace" conference at
VersaiUes .
The unleashing of the pack of Jcwish
hounds a61d iheir having bcen laid on
the Russian track can be brought home clearly
to one person. Henry ford in his book: ,The
International }'ew' publishes a letter ta krn
from official sources and addresscd by a man
called frstenberg to someone callcd Rafael
Scholan at New York. This lctter is datcd
Stockholm, September 21 st, 1917 (four wecks
the ,Day of the Soviet Councils'). ln
this letter it is stated th at the Ham burg bankcr
Max Warburg had opened an account for the
enterprise of Comrade Trotzky and that an-
other man had been supplied with ammunition
and had organised its . transfort.
The enormous sums o money paid to
the Council of Soldiers ali came
from Stockholm, wherc the writer of the
letter already referred to resided; it w ns f iir-
stenberg-Oanetzky. He receivcd the jewish
gold and distributed it. Frstenberg-Ganetzky
whose very name leaves no doubt about his
jewish origin, is now Soviet minister at Riga.
The Russian sick of the war and
dcmoraliSICd as much by prolonged inactivity
in the barracks as by a stcady stream of
harmful propaganda, hal been turned into the
most opportu:ne a.nd powerful auxiliary uf jcw-
ish Bolshevism, and carried it to victory.
A jewish pfutocracy such as existed in
the Western countries, had not posscsscd up
till this ti mc any standing in but
from 1hat moment the whole of the Rus-
sian national wealth became the property of
the jews and their followers. The pilfering of
the bank-sales, the ,nationalization' of houses
and land estates arnd of ali industria 1 enter-


prises, the search-warrants for domidliary vi :
sifs, and othcr mcasures of 'lawful
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seizure of 1
private property provided new funds of gold :
jewelry and other valuables. These wcre us;d ,
to raisc a large body of cut-throat mercenaries
a.._nd for the sprcading of the new gospel of
World-revolution. The privatc loot acquired
hy the So\ iet Comissa nes enabted them to
acquire <:stafe propcrty abroad and to lay by
large sums in foreign banking accounts.
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But in order to prevent the Russian
people from wal<ing up and throwing off the
Bolshevist nighivare, its jewish masters pro
cccded to carry through a carefully thoughtoui
system for the economie strangutntion and
the extermination, or dcmoralization, of the
nntionalist intelligence. Under the
prctext that former official misdreds were to
be avenged, those in power set their mercena
ries to hunt dawn ami kilt naval and military
officcrs, cidlian offidalc;, rnginccrs and ali
persons who by their anttccdcnts werc prcsu
rnahly not j,n accord with them .
The centra\ offices of this ,Murder De-
partmrnt11 wcre the hcadquartcrs of the
,Commissary for the fight against
revolution", Moses Uritzky, now de ad. ft was
situated at No. 2, Oorokhowaya street, Pe-
trograd. Thousands and thousandst of men and
women werc brought there and kill ed without
even the prcten of a trial.
If Moses Uritzky acted in the capacity of
official assassin for Petrograd, Sinowjeff-
Apfclbnum, of the town, President
of the Soviet Commonwcnlth of the North and
Head of the Executive Council of the Third
International, did his bcst to make the same
kind of killing eFfective throughout the length
and breadth of the district undcr his 'juris
At the sarnc time Trotzky-Rraun
stein organised the bloody saraband whose
ain1 the dcpopulntion of the whole of Russia.
By giving free rein to murder, rape and
violence of ttnpreccdented magnitude, the Red
Ouard was bound indissolubly to the vile band
of jewish criminals, that had been put into
power in Russia hy the prcmeditated and or-
ganised efforts of the leading jews of the
whole world. Any other Oovernment in Rus
sia would naturally have comlemned this in
famous guard of wholcsnle rnurderers to ex-
termination. Thus the Red Ouard constitutes
the one safe and reliable basis on which repu-
ses the power of 1hc jewish tyrants in Russia.
lts ranks were swetled hy a great numlfer of
unscrupulous or bnrbnric adventurer,, the
swcepings of the scum of 1hc arth in cvery
land. ln the end the trusted Red Ouar J of the
soviet Jews was composed chiefly of Cauca-
sians, Letts and Chinesc.
With their hetp the bctra}ed people of
Russia werc crushed not so much with an iron
heel, as hy the threat of suhmitting anyone
dnring 1o whisprr a word of disapproval, to
the most awful tortures and display of cruelty
unti1 then unknown in the western countries
and which were applicd by the most fiendish
of Asiatic Sadists .
The remnant of intellectuals, that
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had survived tbe massacres, was ford to ner showing an overwheJming majority of Je-
take &rvice under the jews by the applica- wish members. :
: . tion of the elever stratagem of decreemg ali 1ne provinces are governed by 23 Corn
their as a guarantee for missaries of which 21 Jews. (Khaitis in
their good behaviour, for tlteir willingness to Siberia, Berlinski in S{sranl; lievensohn in

Stupefied by hunger an the ever present The staff whose special function it is to
: mena of death, conttnually surrounded by Russia systematically in the dark as to :
spies disguised as political commissaries, they the real condition of affairs, (the official journa-
had no other dtoice than to pu.t their pracb lists), is evidently a1most completety composed
: cal knowledge and their expert intelligence to of jews. Thus: the ,Prawda' (Truth) is edited :
the service of their merciless enemies. Many, by Kuhn, Lurie, Diamant, Alperowitsch, Stek-
indeed, have preferred death, but many have low-Nachamkes etc. The ,Volga Truda' (Deter-
: yielded. The supremacy of the Jews iss mination to Work) is run by Sachs, :
complete. Poliansky; the ,Znamia Truda
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(Flag of Work)
The peasants, living widely a part in their has as editors: Lander, l e vi n, Da\idc; on etc.
: villages, have bcen able in many places to The different treating of econo- :
keep up their independance, but so far have mie questions are in the hands of Bernstein, .
not succeoeded in uniting so as t o ovcrthrow Ooldberg, Goldmann, E1iassohn, Rafalowitsch
: the centres of Bolshevism. The awfu1 "Po- etc. Among the 42 dictators of the ,Rw;sian
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gromu which has swept over the whole of press there is only one who is not a Jew: the
Russia has cost the Russian people at least wretch Maxim Gorki. :
: 35 to 40 million lives. The so-called 'a11-Russian
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Excutive is corn
Anyone who is not completely blind cannot posed of Lenin, said to be cither a Russo-
but perccive th at from the very outset Rolshe.. Tntar or a Kalrnuck jew, and of 33 Jews :
: vism constituted a purely Jewish entcrprise. An (president: Swcrdlow, Abclmann, Oimmer-Su
Englishman, Wilton, travelling in Russia in chanow, BTeichmann, Katz-Kamkow, Smido
1920, proved that out of 380 Bolshevist corn witsch, levitzky, Goldstcin etc.). :
: missanes 300 were jews. Today we possess Thus the 'RU6Sian' Soviet Oovernment is
a complete list of Russia's tyrants. The pamph- 1nade up of 34 Letts, 30 Russians, some
let ,Jews in Russia' (published in England) Armenians, Poks, Czechs and 447 jews! What :
: enumerates 550 of the men governing the un- better testimony i! needed to show the
happy country to-da y and gi\'es the ir respec- wish character of the Bolshe\'ist Movement?
tive ,offidat' positions. To-day even Social-Democrats have given :
: The Commissariat for War is composcd up denying that the po1icy of the 'great
of the People consists of 3 Russians, 2 Ar- Western democrades' is cletermined hy the
menians and 17 Jews. 'Exchanges' . But these a rtl css gentlemen can :
: The commissariat for \Var is tomposed 1 not imagine how it can be possible for those
of 8 Letts, 1 German, no Russian and financiers, running the money marl<ets of the
: 34 Jews (Bronstein-Trotzky, Fischmann, Romm, world (- and of whom 900/o are jews - ) . to :
Meitschitk, Lievenson, Posern, Ooubelrnann, support a "proletarian revolutionu and at the
Kalmanowitsch, Beckmann, Glutzmann, Zus- same tirne to comhat it by aiding the anti-
: manowitsch, .Hirschfeld, lechtiner, Schnlmann, BoJshevist armies of the Nationali st Russians, the :
Nasenholtz,Tseiger,Zake, Silbermann and others) . Koltschak, Yutljenitch, Den ikin and Wrangel.
The Commissariat of the Jnterior shows The truth, however, is, that the 'Exchange
2 Russians, seve rai Letts, Armenians and Politicians' at Pa ris, New York and London :
: Poles, and 45 Jews (Sinowjeff-Apfelbaum, should they care to do so, cottld easily bring
Oo1denrudin, Ender, Fnigstein, Krachmal, abaut the downfatl of the Soviet jews and
: Fayermann, Meynkmann, end thcir Reign of Tcrror the Trot1.kycs,
Jossclewitsch
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Schklowsky, Kneifi1s, Rasmiro- Apfclhaums and ali their followers would have :
witsch, Kronnerg, Rywkin, Swerdlow, Tsitkin, to quit the Kremlin nt Moscow within a month.
Blum kin of the German Am bassa- But these Nntionalist Russian armics receh'cd
: dor count Mirbach], fines, Sachs and so on). the support neede only so long as their efforts :
The Commi'Ssariat for Foreigu Affairs counterbaland the of the Red Ar-
: counts 1 Russian, 1 Armenian, 1 l.ett, mies, for the aim and purport of the :
1 German and 13 joews (Joffe, Margotin, Le- ance rendered was to give to the process
vien - thoe Bavarian ,Delegate of the People' of self destruction of the Russian people the
: - , Axelrod - Soviet Minister at '/il na - , Beek maximum ot effectiveness obtainablc by keep- :
- together with lieberrnann delegat e at Paris ing up the mutual slaughtcr as long as
and london - , Ornbaum a.HJ others. possible, and pre,enting any decisive advantage
: 1 a Iso alitl: lHwinow-Finkclstein at Re, a), bcing gained by the National armies. :
Oillersohn at Schermann at Lucerne, An unbiasse study of speeches made
Schkl owsky had been cxpeltcd from in the House of Commons in 1919 shows
: Switzerland), Worowsky in ltaly, Vigdor Kopp, beyond doubt that as a priee for Britisfl assist- :
Samuel Reich (lately rehred) and others at Berlin. ance, the 'British
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go\'ernment exacted from
Ali the other head-departments of the So- Koltschak and his troups the assurance that
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: ther, forces of Yudjenitch had been armed national finance by the 'leaders of the :
and by Great Britain to liberate tariat
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lnterest of from 10 to tSo/o per mont h
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Petrograd. Success was near. The former Rus- was decreed, like in the Ages . . Simul 1
: sian capital was seriously for three taneously the Soviet Kings started purely 1
. days the imminent capture of the town was capitalistic and private syndicates (with the :
cabled ali over the world. Russian values rose help of the jewisft finance abroad). The board 1
: rapidly and kept on rising on ali the money of directors of the first and largest of these 1
exchanges; the jobbers sold and sold roubles syndicates was composed of Trotzky, Skliansky, :
and Russian shares of ali description. Sud- Ooldberg, Schatunowsky Spenzer, Eismunt etc. 1
: denly the British fleet protecting the flank of or, as was to be expected, of 99 perctnt of Jews. 1
YudJenitch and already shelling Kronstadt And the Supreme Financlat Control :
withdrew from its posibon of protection, the- over a nation systemati catly deprived of ali 1
: reby completely upsetting the preconcerted power, robbed of the very of its 1
plan of adion. But not satisfied with this property, delivered over to chronic famine! :
disgraceful betrayaf, the fleet proceeded The plan conceived and carefully thought 1
: to Riga and started bombarding the anti- out in the quiet and unobtrusive "Lodges" of the
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/ bolshevist German-Russian troops, which were Jews in London
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New York, Berlin and so on, :
there fighting the So\iet Red Army! has been to a successful issue by the 1
: The Russian Nationa1ist-Army that already soviet jews w1th the help of Chinese riff-raff :
held capital in its grip had to refreat, no aided by ruffians collected among the dregs
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further supply of ammunition being forth- of humanity ali over the world. 1
: coming. The campaign failed - and Amyone how has grasped the Jewish policy
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the Russian rouble at once lost ali it had ought to be fully convinced now that Bolshe :
gained during these fast days and more while vism, indeed, is not an aim in itself, but only 1
: the Jewish jobbers pocketed their profit. The a means - a means to uproot and destroy ali 1
,Journal de Genve' stigmatiscd quite correctif independant national life, aiming at the full :
the whole enterprise as a ,spculation isralite
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demoralisation of the people and the corn 1
: Jt has been published broadcast that the piete annihilation of living national enterprises, 1
army of general Wrangel had been equipped so as to permit the 'legal
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acquisition of their :
on a most lavish scale and had received aH dtad substanl'e for a mere song at some later
: possible Yet know for a fact period. 1
that Wrangel reeived ail to1d, three shfploads With these u1terior and hidden motives :
of ammunition and old guns and democratie repubtics arc admitted to be best 1
: which for the most part had to be repaired at suited for the speedy execution of these de-
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Sebastopol. For "value received
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he had to signs; even cons tituti onal monarchies with par- :
shipfoads of grain to the French. Of the liamentary easily led or bought are 1
: 10 members of the 'French
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military mlsston considered as useful in consolidating the po
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to Wrangel 7 wre Jews f Thus France treatcd wer gatned along the Bolshevist road. :
the Russian general in the Crimea in the same But there remains one fact with which 1
: manner which England had thought fit to use the jews i'n the whole course of their history :
towards Yudjenitch. (led astray as they are by over-ct1nning and
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ln consequence, conditions in Soviet Rus- bHnded by avarice), have al ways faild to re 1
: sia took their natural course unchedced. That ckomhe fact that abj-ect passivity has i,ts limits.
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which ali thoughtful observers acquainted with Notwithstanding their unprecedented ferocity, :
Russia had foretold, an ali-Russian famane, the liebrew as5assins in Russia will not escape 1
: soon, did not fail to become an awful reality. that Nemesis, _lying i.n wa.it for ali who pursue
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The towns had been in astate of famine si nee hone but egost:cal ends. These men are doomed. :
1918, but general mismanegement, incapa- Even a philosemitic democracy will not save 1
: city and the break-down of the fast vestiges of them. The judgment of the Rtlssian people
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means of brought to Ruch will surely them, - and will :
a climax that even for the spoited cht1d of the not be 1eft in Russia one Jew to remember 1
: Soviet, the Army, food to get thosc glorious days, when his race, besmirched
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scar. Whereas until then not a newspaper with bfood and tears, danced over what it :
in the world had taken the slightest notice thought was the corpse of a great nation. 1
: of the famishing Russian people, suddenly the let ali other Nations take heed! Be assu
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who1c press in ali countries started red ihat, in other cowntries also, nothing will :
clamouring so as to draw attention to ,dying be left undone that by the Jews that can help 1
: Russia
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, insisting on immediate relief. to avert the evil Hour of Retribution for their '
. "The popula.tion of provinces in Rus- brethren in Russia. Without the slightest Resi- :
s1a is dyi.ng of hunger
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'Hundreds o thou- tation they will Kindle a similar conflagration . 1
: sands succumb every day
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''Millions p rish". in any country in which they can in duce suf- :
incurable philan'tropists came to t e aid ficient numbers to embrace Bolshevism and
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: of the towns, assisted by the financiers thus create a new support and ratlying-point 1
of london, Berlin, Vienna. Trotzky and rus for Jewish Power.
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Red Anny saved f :
Now the fast mask was dropped.- A 'Rus- Munich, NovemBer 1921.
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: sian' .. State bank was founded, meaning the Alfred Rosenberg (Reval). :
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: President of the eoundl of the eonwnl&sarles of the people. ls of :
Kalmuck descent. His wife fs a jewess; the famDy speakt Yiddish.
: However, he ls sald not to be a jew, though his face... speaks for ltaetf. :




Ah no, he is - i n d ~ e d he is no nigger,
: He is a mixture, devil knows of what. :
Of Russia s grave ~ is the ab lest digger
. and is, for sure, .the peach of ali that Jot.









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: Barris ter at Law; Chief of the Press-department of Soviet- Russia. :





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Ad interesting meeting of the Soviet Leaders
(a very rare photo; in Russia its possession is punished with dea th)
1. Moses Uritzky (who was killed by a bomb in Petrograd; note the heads to the right and left of him;- see page 15).
2. Leiba Trotzky-Braunstein (see page 2). 3. Swerdlow (see page 19). 4. Sinowjeff-Apfelbaum (see page 1). 5. Feyermann.
. 6. Comrade from the Bolshevist ' Seminary' at Capri.

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Ask this lie of jesus Christ :
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Commiuloner of the Press.



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And soon gained the priee
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President of the Exe<:utlve.






This vile and evil thing is not the culprit,
: ls not the criminal, placed in the dode; :
He is the Judge, who in his jewish pulplt
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: Wolodarsky-Cohen :
: Member of the Executive. :


Fair maid and pretty,
: Do love my ditty :
Bet1er than him!
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Talking
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And such 1ike things.
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Secretary to the Executive .

This scribe of Jewish seed
Records the Jewish killing .
The fouler be the deed,
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: If dragged b.' 'ore his tribunal
Then hurry ur to 1augh, :
f cr soon wil be y our funerat
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Conwnts.Jooer for the fight against the counter -revolution; the ,8 ne1
of Petrograd'. (assassinated.)

He did for many,
Till one ... did for Mosee!
There were not any
th at sent hi.m roses!
Blown into pieces
- How very mercyful! -
This butcher ceases,
And that is ali.

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arfow-Zederbaum {Cedar tree)

Metnber of the Executive Council of the W





: His na me ist 'Mis ter Cedartree'. . :
A t r ~ that grows in Oalilee.
The 'Mister' blossoms further North.
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Dlng a long tlme agent of tbe Soviet tove t at Berlin.
He was a fri-end of ,Erzbergre',
Who greatly did admire
His open hand, his kindred air,
His wallowing in the mire.
And who has of
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Prnident of the delegation during the at
Litowsk; afterwards Sovlet-atnbassador at Berlin.
ladcn with the trinkets of the slain,
Robbed off rot1ing corpses by the Jews,
As ambassador he did not come in vain,
Quick to setl the hancst of tlteir une.
Helped by Oscar Kohn of Berlin
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One of the tfwee Mvoys that brought fo Berlin the peaee fteaty
of Brest Lltowsk, signed on behalf of Russla.
Peace! - Ooes he look it?
White bread from his ha nd 1
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Steeped deep in leamed western dye .
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Ferocious and cunning.
Radek is able
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Pipes Europe, devoid of ali jam. -
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Hh peeudo-Ge11nan allas is not known. of the 4th Contreas
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Bolshevlet agltator, who alto trled her luck ln the States.


She smi1es so swcetly :
As with gin,
She res so neatly
With her grin. :
She is the vilest woman going,
for from her loving, artful sowing

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Head of the politlcat deparirnenf of the
X. soviet anny.
Each regiment and every squad
ls blessed with a J ewish spy.
Should anyone dare to ask but ,what ... ?"
Hc'll soon know the rcason why .
H' lt swing or be shot or disappear
ln somc most legal way
And those at his home necd have no fear, -
They'll be forced to take part in the play.
Roulan Jew. lnaffgator of the atrodous mur-
lerlng of tbe hostage5 at Munich. After hlt
eec.ape lnto Austrla, he wa5 conductecf. to the
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A.1td en to the by
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jobber-jew fr01n Mo1cow,
Delegate of the people during the
the Munich soviet. Now
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Mosc:ow soviet to Lfthuanla.
At the masses he did smile
Bland and vile.
When things bust, quick wenf
Vile and bland .
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Russian Jew. Wlth Max levien instil[ator

of the mur der of the hostages at Munich;

caught and tried before a Bavarlan court
he was convie ted of mur der and shot. :
Of what nethermost
And what here appears as man
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: Those that preceded were gentlemen :
Compared to Bela Kun
And he and his are on the run
: To murder" someone soon, :
To murder him for Jewish ends
. To kill with a Hehrew oath.
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Tafky-tilky does the show,
Mountains of Honey!
And the Workmoen are not slow
To pay good money.
Tbt.&l the loves th-e workman,
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Dea rf
And 10 ile-ek Mister Honeyman
Leads the gaping workman on,
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Ambassador of the Soviet at Wanow
Kara Chan the ,black Master'
Ought to play the faster .
Not being able to
He only looks at you .
But among the Jewish band
That fiddles Ruesla to her end
He composes the dances
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Russlan jew. Murderer of the Czar, the CzarJna, the Czarevitcb and
the four Imperial princesses as weil as of thefr live fast attendants, ali
kllled ln eatb other!t presence ln one nfgbt at EkaterJnburf (Ural).
For ali the sins you h'ave committed
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(Stony mounfllln)
Comlnlllloner of Jtk ..
The law setJnt always flckle,
But the Jcw euts it. top wlth a sicklt,
T ean lt ottt by the root
Till hl9 ends it will suit.
If thll! at hia biddittg the law fall,
What if 'Justice' be at hia beek and cali?


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Prosmlan 1
his pseude-Gennan allas not known.
Minister of Agriculture.
Among the men that till the land
The re goes an old, old tate:
The goat is only good on sand
Or rocks where a11 crops fail .
But 1he jews know bctter!
They take what looks a human goat
Put him across the yeoman's road
The land to
the soif, whatever the toit,
T he docs not care.
If e cannot tifl , he . CHmot sow,
But 1he harvest ti me he weil does know t
And he takes his ,share.
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