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I was awestruck while reading a biography on V.I. Lenin recently. The strange synchronicities concern his creation of a massively extended police state-the “Cheka,” compared with the actions of Hitler and our modern U.S. are prodigious, to say the least. One might be tempted to think that, since Lenin was a Communist and of Jewish origin, there would be no similarity between his philosophy and Hitler’s. However, the facts speak otherwise. Hitler was a racist and an occultist to be sure, but it is not often mentioned that Lenin was, as well. The explanation for this is that the real power behind these statist regimes in the false dialectic of communist and fascist is the banking power.
Despite his appearance of being a sophisticated, modern atheist, Vladimir Lenin appears to have had an affinity for the Satanic (as did Marx). According to researcher Juri Lina and the Modern History Project, was inducted into the Masonic Lodge of the Nine Sisters. Lenin’s philosophy was, in fact, highly racial: a key point missed and ignored by many researchers. In fact, Lenin, like many of the elites (such as Hitler), was obsessed with bloodlines and racial purity. Lenin Biographer Dmitri Volkogonov writes:
“Paradoxically, for a Marxist who believed in the primacy of the environmental over inherited factors, she [Lenin's sister] also asserted the dubious proposition that Lenin’s Jewish origins are further confirmation of the exceptional abilities of the Semitic tribe, [confirmation] always shared by [Vladimir] Ilyich Lenin…Lenin always valued Jews highly.’ Anna’s claim explains, for instance, why Lenin frequently recommended giving foreigners, especially Jews, intellectually demanding tasks, and leaving the elementary work to the ‘Russian fools.’ [Anna continuing] ‘…in the Lenin Institute, as well as in the Institute of the Brain…they have long recognized the great gifts of this [Jewish] nation and the extremely beneficial effects of its blood on the progeny of mixed marriages. Ilyich himself rated their revolutionary qualities highly, their ‘tenacity’ in the struggle, as he put it, contrasting it with the more sluggish and unstable character of the Russians. He often pointed out that the great attributes of organization and the strength of the revolutionary bodies in the south and west of Russia arose precisely from the fact that 50% of their members were of that nationality.”[i] Read more of this post