When A Top Bolshevik Revealed All To A True Believer: The Deep Truth About Marxism, The Religion Of Revolution, And Why "Wall St." Paid For It
Marxists Will Be Shocked But So Will "Free Market Capitalism" True Believers
“Sometimes we want there to be more poverty because that will lead to more worker misery which leads to more revolution.”
“The comintern was nothing but a toy in the hands of finance”
”Big banks are the inventors of the revolution.”
“The money God is the new God.”
”The bankers are revolutionaries? You must be insane.”
Since I began listening to this mind blowing lecture by Jay Dyer this weekend, and now listened a second time, and created outtake clips to post here, I won’t use words like “communism” as I once did. Nor “capitalism.” Listen to the whole lecture and you will see that the Federal Reserve banking system is the secret father of “communism” and in its essence, as Dyer says, “revolutionary.” They are in no way natural enemies, but 100% collaborators and partners in perpetual revolution, made possible by the Federal Reserve fiat banking system.
Jay Dyer explains all.
Two clips I pulled for those who may not listen to the whole thing, followed by the whole stunning broadcast, at bottom.
CHRISTIAN ROKOVSKY: Bolshevik politician, Trotsky collaborator.
Full two hours: “The Secret History Of Communism.”
I’m accustomed to getting guff (inevitably from men, for some reason) when I use the word “communism” as an assumed evil. This won’t change. It’s evil alright. But what it is not is a system in a any way in opposition to, or contrast to, “capitalism.” I am beginning to put it together.
I had one piece in place: I remember where I was when I first learned Wall St. funded and fomented the Bolshevik Revolution. I was on the Swedish Baltic island of Runmarö, it was 2015, and I was invited by my friends Randi Rein and One Larsson to watch a documentary based on the works of the “controversial” Estonian historian Jüri Lina, whose anti-Soviet writings got him expelled from Estonia when it was still under Soviet occupation; He moved to Sweden. Lina stands accused of being a Holocaust denier, a matter which I have not studied, but his brand of deep forensic history is truly rare. (I just learn what I can where I can and don’t turn back because a historian is said to be a denier of any stripe. I can still discern their facts.)
Sample facts from Juri Lina’s film: Jacob Schiff funded and trained 10,000 revolutionaries, including Trotsky, who lived in luxury, in New York City. Trotsky was a Mason and Illuminist. All or most of them were. The Freemason handbook describes Freemasonry as “…ceaselessly waged conspiracy.”
Here is part one:
In The Shadow of Hermes (You can find the entire 2 hour film on YouTube.)
This won't sit well with just about anybody, the defenders of "communism" or the defenders or "capitalism." I hope I still have a Substack by the end of the day.
Going to feed the birds.
This just in via email from Mark Crispin Miller:
Thu, Mar 16 at 3:30 PM
Antony C. Sutton, Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution
That volume is included in Sutton's Wall Street Trilogy. His massive
Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development demonstrates
in great detail that Stalin was utterly dependent on (mainly) US
(For his heresy vis-a-vis the Red Menace, Sutton was eventually
thrown out of the Hoover Institution, as this bit from Wikipedia notes:
In 1973, Sutton published a popularized, condensed version of the sections of the forthcoming third volume relevant to military technology called National Suicide: Military Aid to the Soviet Union, after which he was forced out of the Hoover Institution.[better source needed] His conclusion from his research on the issue was that the conflicts of the Cold War were “not fought to restrain communism” but were organised in order “to generate multibillion-dollar armaments contracts”, since the United States, through financing the Soviet Union “directly or indirectly, armed both sides in at least Korea and Vietnam.”[non-primary source needed]
Richard B. Spence, Wall Street and the Russian Revolution
Jim McGregor & Gerry Docherty, Prolonging the Agony: How the
International Bankers and Their Political Partners Deliberately
Extended World War I
Guido Giacomo Preparata, Conjuring Hitler: How Britain and America
Made the Third Reich