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[–] billyvvinz 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

I often see little mentions to my first redpill around here, it warms my heart. Commander Rockwell's UCLA speech touches on these very things.




[–] ARsandOutdoors 0 points 13 points (+13|-0) ago 

Read gulag archipelago. Tough read, but once you read the backstory on Alexander S. and how the book was smuggled out of the Soviet Union, you really appreciate the stories inside.


[–] Pubiclouse [S] 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Right on I'll check it out. It's mind boggling imo how no movies are made about the bolsheviks and how they killed true Ruler of Russia Czar Nicholas II including his wife, daughters, son, family doctor and dogs and how they did the Russian People, history, culture etc... compared to all the Nazi movies. The "alternative history" I've been looking into definitely tells different tales.


[–] crazy_eyes 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

There are rumors that the lost dauphin escaped alive


[–] mag60 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago  (edited ago)

The Jewish hatred for Russia is old and deep. Bolshevism was the payback against Russians for the Pale of Settlement. Author E. Michael Jones has a 1200 page book titled The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit which addresses Jewish supremacist tribalism, and their seemingly instinctive role in undermining their host society, from a Biblical/historical lens.


[–] 12704284? 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I'm sure you meant E.Michael Jones


[–] mag60 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I always fucking do that.


[–] Keefin 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

The Rus warlords Oleg of Novgorod and Sviatoslav I of Kiev launched several wars against the Khazar khaganate, often with Byzantine help. Sviatoslav succeeded in destroying Khazar imperial power in the 960s and the Khazar fortresses of Sarkel and Tamatarkha fell to the Rus in 965 as did the capital city of Atil in 967 or 969. A visitor to Atil wrote soon after the sacking of the city: “The Rus attacked, and no grape or raisin remained, not a leaf on a branch.” The Khazar Empire was gone and the Khazars fled west into Europe.


[–] Schreiber 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Until you realize the fact that Russian is commonly spoken in Israel (Russian is the native language for like around 20% of Israeli citizen, and that excludes Russian as 2nd/3rd language) and there's a fuckton of Israeli citizens living in Russia.

And did you know that most Russians in Israel vote right alongside Jewish ultranationalists in elections?

You shouldn't be worrying about Russia and Israel relation. You should be worrying about white genocide that's going on in your country because you dumbasses tolerate leftist ideology because "muh free speech and civil liberty!" All other noise is just there to deflect your attention away from the real problem, which is "western progressive" ideology or cultural marxism being tolerated in the west.


[–] YouveSeenTheButcher 1 points 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

At the start of the 19th century Russian Jewry amounted to 30% of the world’s Jewish population, while in 1880 it was already 51%.

51% of the worlds Jewish population.
It seems as though when Jews were exiled from their homeland they all moved to what would soon become Russia.
You can see how that turned out.
Who do you think the authors and purveyors of Western Progressivism and Cultural Marxism are, exactly?


[–] nomadriders 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Yes there are Russian speaking Jews that escaped the Soviet Union only to wreak havoc on the rest of the world, I don't understand your point though.


[–] YouveSeenTheButcher 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago  (edited ago)

From Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's book, 200 Years Together Russo-Jewish History:

At the end of the 10th century, in the time when Prince Vladimir [Vladimir I. Svyatoslavich 980-1015, the Saint, Grand Prince of Kiev] was choosing a new faith for the Russians, there were not a few Jews in Kiev, and among them were found educated men that suggested taking on the Jewish faith. The choice fell out otherwise than it had 250 hears earlier in the Khazar Kingdom. Karamsin [1766-1826, Russian historian+ relates it like this: “After he (Vladimir) had listened to the Jews, he asked where their homeland was. ‘In Jerusalem,’ answered the delegates. ‘but God has chased us in his anger and sent us into a foreign land.’ Vladimir replied, ‘And you, whom God has punished, dare to teach others?’ ‘We do not want to lose our fatherland like you have.’”

And "Oy, vey. Ivan was oh so terrible.":
When in 1550 the Polish King Sigismund August desired to permit them [Jews] free entry into Russia, this was denied by Ivan with these words: “We absolutely do not permit the entry of the Jew into my lands, because we do not wish to see evil in our lands, but rather may God grant that the people in my land may have rest from that irritation. And you, our brother, should not write us on account of the jews again,” for they had “alienated the Russians from Christianity, brought poisonous plants into our lands and done much evil to our lands.”

Jews practiced Communism long before Karl Marx was even born:

If the histroy from the results of Jesus Christs attempts to help Jews reform isn't enough for you:

Exerpts from pages 32 and 33:

Besides this, Nota Notkin became “the central figure that organized the little jewish congregation of Petersburg.” In 1803 “he submitted a brief to the Committee in which he sought to paralyze the effect of the proposal submitted by Derzhavin.” Derzhavin writes, “Notkin came to him one day and asked, with feigned well-wishing, that he, Derzhavin, should not take a stand all alone against his colleagues on the Committee, who all are on the side of the jews; whether he would not accept 100- or, if that is too little, 200,000 rubles, only so that he could be of one mind with all his colleagues on the committee.” Derzhavin “decided to disclose this attempt at bribery to the czar and prove it to him with Gurko’s letter.” He “thought such strong proofs prove effective and the czar would start to be wary of the people that surrounded him and protected the jews.”

Speransky also informed the czar of it, but “Speransky was fully committed to the jews,” and – “from the first meeting of the Jewish Committee it became apparent that all members represented the view that the liquor distilling should …
continue in the hands of jews as before.”
Derzhavin opposed it. Alexander bore himself ever more coldly toward him and dismissed his Justice Minister shortly thereafter (1803).
Beside this, Derzhavin’s papers indicate that he – whether in military or civil service – always came into disfavor and was hot-headed and everywhere soon took his leave. One has to admit, that Derzhavin foresaw much that developed in the problematic Russo-Judaic relationship throughout the entire 19th century, even if not in the exact and unexpected form that it took in the event. He expressed himself coarsely, as was customary then, but he did not intend to oppress the jews; on the contrary, he wanted to open to the jews paths to a more free and productive life.