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Zionist Attempt to Whitewash Gaza Realities

Two weeks ago, while Beit Zatoun hosted “A Child’s View from Gaza,” a series of drawings made by Palestinian school children in Gaza, I spoke to a small audience about the lives of Palestinians, particularly children, in occupied Palestine, occupied Gaza under siege.

Anyone who knows of Gaza under the Israeli-led siege and closures since 2006 (or as Amira Hass argues, a steadily worsening closure since the ’90s) knows that Palestinians in Gaza have been rendered destitute, 80% of whom are food aid-dependent.

In brief, the various factors contributing to this manufactured poverty are:
–“Israel’s” closing of Palestinian borders to exports (formerly Gaza’s Palestinians exported fruits to European markets, clothes, furniture and edible goods to occupied West Bank, “Israeli” and neighbouring Arab countries’ markets, to name some of the exports now halted)
–“Israel’s” closing of Palestinian borders to workers who formerly worked in Israel doing construction, agricultural labour and other menial jobs (“Israel” now imports Thai and other Asian workers to do these tasks). When I interviewed the Ministry of Agriculture in Gaza, a representative made it clear that in the ’80s and ’90s, “Israeli” authorities had encouraged and given permits to Palestinians from Gaza to work in “Israel” as labourers, rendering a significant portion of Gaza’s Palestinians dependent on this outside work.
–“Israel’s” repeated bombing of Gaza’s infrastructure, including the destruction of hundreds of businesses, farms, factories
–“Israel’s” long-time ban on importing parts and goods needed to repair or replace said bombed businesses, factories, farms. Israeli authorities even ban the import of fertilizers, livestock and most goods needed by farmers, fishers and factory owners. (see Amira Hass’ article from 2009)

–the daily “Israeli” army attacks (shooting, shelling, murdering, injuring, and abducting) of Palestinian fishers, farmers, labourers and residents on and near the sea and in border regions even up to and over 2km from the Green Line border between Gaza and “Israel”. Not allowing Palestinian farmers and fishers to work as they have for generations obviously impacts on their ability to produce vegetables and grains for consumption or sale, or catch fish for consumption or sale. This obviously impacts on the farmers’ and fishers’ destitution themselves and that of greater Gaza, the 80% or more who cannot afford to buy imported foods and meats. (see the Guardian’s interview with Palestinian fishers and see Defence for Children International’s report on IOF attacks on Gaza children working in border areas ).
–“Israel’s” abduction of fishers, workers, even medics near Green Line borders. Without bread-winners, families fall into further destitution.
These are just some of the factors that contribute to the gross manufactured, preventable poverty existing in Gaza.

These are not merely my observations but facts backed by reports from the UN, from numerous international NGOs, from respected observers like Richard Falk, from people with hands-on experience like Dr. Mads Gilbert who was present in Gaza during the 2008-2009 Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip. He noted in April 2012: “I’m sad to say from my visit to Gaza earlier this year, the situation is now more dire than ever. The Israeli siege effectively prohibits the rebuilding of Gaza — the import of concrete, of window panes, the availability of travel for medical care for the population.” And in a June 2012 interview, Dr. Gilbert said:

As a result of the Israeli siege, there has been widespread development of anemia among children and women due to malnutrition as a result of siege and poverty. Stunting, where a child is more than two standard deviations shorter than what it should be, is sharply on the rise. In 2006, around 13.5 percent of children were stunted. In 2009, 31.4 percent under age two were stunted.

In other words, every third child is less developed than he or she should be. And stunting does not only affect growth. It also affects brain development and the ability to learn. This is a direct consequence of malnutrition. Remember, this is not caused by drought or natural disasters, but a deliberate, man-made lack of food and water, imposed, planned, and executed in the most detailed way by the Israeli government. They even calculate how many calories to let in to Gaza to avoid outright starvation but to “just” cause malnutrition since that goes under the radar of human rights abuses.”

Save the Children, in June 2012, noted: “Innocent children are living in inhumane conditions after five years under a blockade. They are now forced to drink dirty and dangerous water that will make them weak and sick. Diarrhoea which is easily treated here in the UK can be a killer in these conditions. Gaza children are living in prison-like conditions, trapped and unable to dream of a better future. We must end the blockade and ramp up immediate projects to provide clean, safe drinking water and sanitation.”

In the same June report, Medical Aid for Palestine noted: “Since the blockade started, the number of children under three being treated for watery diarrhoea has doubled. High levels of nitrate – found in faeces and fertiliser – is also linked to some cancers and is a massive risk to pregnant women.

Gaza’s sewage system is also completely broken, much of it destroyed during Operation Cast Lead and treatment plants are overloaded or lack fuel. Open cesspits sit right next to family homes and in just the first two months of this year, three children drowned in open sewers.”

The UN in June 2012 reported:The blockade of Gaza, now entering its sixth year, has had a devastating impact on the lives and livelihoods of the 1.6 million Palestinians who reside there. More than 80 per cent of families are dependent on humanitarian aid, and Gaza remains subject to severe restrictions on imports, exports and the movement of people, by land, air and sea.

This amounts to a collective punishment of all those living in Gaza and is a denial of basic human rights in contravention of international law.

While some steps have been taken to ease its impact, it is vital that the blockade be lifted immediately, so that essential services and infrastructure can be maintained. The opportunity to develop a sustainable economy would also reduce dependence on humanitarian assistance.”

Yet, a Zionist antagonist who attended my presentation chose, not surprisingly, to not only twist the facts and ignore reality, but also to slander myself and anyone who spoke out on Palestine at the event, not only slandering our words but also belittling our appearances.

While the latter means absolutely nothing to me –and I would not stoop to articulate his own appearance –it just goes to show that, as so often happens with Zionists who try to detract from what a pro-justice speaker or writer says, they have nothing to cling to except dirty tricks, tabloidesque comments, and bigotry.

The Zionist spectator inferred that the Palestinian tendency towards large families was the cause of the manufactured destitution in Gaza, overlooking the historical truth that large families fared just fine before being occupied, expelled, brutalized, murdered, maimed and oppressed by the Zionists. Under a fair and functioning economy, the large families actually pitched in and contributed to the livelihood of the family, brothers living under one roof and helping one another out. In Gaza today, while the family unit continues to be tight and supportive, the lack of work is the real factor in the manufactured poverty.

Author and senior Harvard research scholar Sara Roy wrote:

Gaza is an example of a society that has been deliberately reduced to a state of abject destitution, its once productive population transformed into one of aid-dependent paupers.

Gaza’s subjection began long before Israel’s recent war against it. The Israeli occupation — now largely forgotten or denied by the international community — has devastated Gaza’s economy and people, especially since 2006. Although economic restrictions actually increased before Hamas’ electoral victory in January 2006, the deepened sanction regime and siege subsequently imposed by Israel and the international community, and later intensified in June 2007 when Hamas seized control of Gaza, has all but destroyed the local economy.
In Gaza today, there is no private sector to speak of and no industry. Eighty percent of Gaza’s agricultural crops were destroyed and Israel continues to snipe at farmers attempting to plant and tend fields near the well-fenced and patrolled border. Most productive activity has been extinguished.

In contrast to his attempt to portray Palestinians as hating Jews more than loving children, what I talked about was the great love Palestinians have for their children, foreigners, and life, and the surprising lack of hatred towards Jews despite all that Palestinians have been put through at the hands of Zionist oppressors.

It is interesting that he did not broach the subject of the 2008-2009 massacre of Gaza, of which there is ample evidence of “Israeli” war crimes (see, for example, the Guardian’s documentary on “Israeli” attacks on medical workers and rescuers). Again, when confronted with undeniable facts, Zionists tend to avoid these facts and hit below the belt.

He referred to Palestinian rockets as many Zionists will, not actually addressing the near lull in rocket fire from Gaza (see Ben White’s January 2012 article), nor the root cause of such home-made rocket fire, nor the continuous “Israeli” bombings of Gaza which before and since the 2008-2009 massacre of Gaza have continued to kill Palestinian civilians including children. (see: UN: Israeli Forces Killed 2,300 in Gaza Under Blockade and 16 Palestinians, Including 4 Children, Killed In One Week)

He accused me of promoting violent resistance, when in fact I stated that Palestinians have the right to armed resistance against the occupation, under international law. On a side note, it is interesting how some will criticize armed resistance (Palestinian or Lebanese) against Zionist oppressors, but applaud Western-backed and funded “resistance” against the Syrian regime. Contradictions in standards, hypocrisy. (see Michel Chossudovsky’s online interactive I-Book Reader, SYRIA: NATO’s Next “Humanitarian” War?)

Nor did he speak of the children who had drawn the drawings exhibited and their very real traumas from the many “Israeli” attacks on Gaza, drone warfare, and sonic booms. (see Samouni Street, an animated video produced largely by the very children attacked and whose drawings are on display). He did not dispute the issues of gross malnutrition and stunting in Gaza’s children, a result of years of manufactured poverty, nor the catastrophic demise of the water and sanitation system in Gaza, also products of “Israeli” bombings and the siege which bans parts and materials needed for repair and maintenance of the infrastructure.

An Electronic Intifada report, nearly one year after the winter 2008-2009 massacre of Gaza, laid out the various causes of trauma in Gaza, including before the massacre from other “Israeli” army assaults and violence:

Dr. Evan Kanter, a UW School of Medicine professor and the current president of Physicians for Social Responsibility, delivered a somber talk describing the mental health situation among Gaza’s population. The numbers he cited described a staggering level of psychological trauma.

Dr. Kanter described studies that revealed 62 percent of Gaza’s inhabitants reported having a family member injured or killed, 67 percent saw injured or dead strangers and 83 percent had witnessed shootings.
According to Dr. Kanter, in a study of high school-aged children from southern refugee camps in Rafah and Khan Younis, 69 percent of the children showed symptoms of PTSD, 40 percent showed signs of moderate or severe depression, and a staggering 95 percent exhibited severe anxiety. Meanwhile, 75 percent showed limited or no ability to cope with their trauma. All of this was before the last Israeli invasion.

Dr. Eyad El-Sarraj, head of the Gaza Community Mental Health Programme, and whom Dr. Kanter described as a “medical hero” working under seemingly impossible conditions, has produced “some of the best research in the world on the impact of war on civilian populations.” In a 2002 interview he said that 54 percent of children in Gaza had symptoms of PTSD, along with 30 percent of adults. The hardest hit were young ones who had their homes bulldozed or who lost loved ones like their mothers, he said. Again, these figures were obtained well before conditions dramatically deteriorated.

Gaza’s population is overwhelmingly young. About 45 percent of the population are 14 years old or younger and roughly 60 percent are 19 years and younger. The long-term effects of constant violence and PTSD on such a young population are incalculable.

A recent study by international researchers and the Gaza Community Mental Health Programme entitled “War on Gaza survey study” reveals more worrying figures. Of a representative sample of children in Gaza, more than 95 percent experienced artillery shelling in their area or sonic booms of low-flying jets. Moreover, 94 percent recalled seeing mutilated corpses on TV and 93 percent witnessed the effects of aerial bombardments on the ground. More than 70 percent of children in Gaza said they lacked water, food and electricity during the most recent attacks, and a similar percentage said they had to flee to safety during the recent attacks.

In addition, 98.7 percent of the traumatized children reported that they did not feel safe in their homes. More than 95 percent of the children felt that they were unable to protect themselves or their family members, causing a feeling of utter powerlessness that is compounded by a sense of loss over unfulfilled lives.

The outlook for children in Gaza suffering from these symptoms is not optimistic. Whereas soldiers who experience traumatic events in a war zone can return home to relative calm and seek treatment, the people of Gaza continue to be held in what one Israeli human rights group labeled the “largest prison on Earth”— a methodically “de-developed” island isolated from the rest of the world.

His comments and name really bear little mention, and likely get little readership, but because he does outright lie about Palestinian reality, I’m addressing it. As always, I say: Go to Palestine and witness for yourself; draw your own conclusions on what you see in occupied Palestine, not what you read in Zionist tabloid media.

27 Responses to Zionist Attempt to Whitewash Gaza Realities

  1. Cosmo July 3, 2012 at 12:13 pm #

    “As a result of the Israeli siege, there has been widespread development of anemia among children and women due to malnutrition as a result of siege and poverty. Stunting, where a child is more than two standard deviations shorter than what it should be…”

    Here is what the world bank had to say on the subject in his report on Palestine on April 2011, reffering to it as outstanding.

    In terms of indicators of early childhood nutrition, WB&G is an outstanding performer. Among children under the age of 5, only 11.5 percent suffer from stunting (low height for age) and a mere 1.4 percent from wasting (low weight for height). In the average middle income country27
    26 This section is drawn largely from the forthcoming World Bank report entitled “Coping with Conflict? Poverty and Inclusion in the West Bank and Gaza.” Most of the evidence on human development outcomes discussed in this report comes from utilizing three rounds of the Demographic and Health Survey, collected by PCBS in 2000, 2004, and 2006. An additional round was collected in 2009, but the data were unavailable at the time of the analysis. , 3 out of 10 children are stunted, i.e. more than three times the figure for WB&G. Performance in terms of wasting incidence is even more compelling: one in 10 children in a middle income country suffers from wasting, i.e. the rate is 7 times lower in WB&G. Thus, judged by anthropometric outcomes, WB&G performs better than most other countries in the world, irrespective of income. Though this benchmarking exercise does have data availability limitations, it is important to note that the pool of countries in the sample includes a variety of middle income countries from the region, such as Jordan, Turkey, Egypt, and Morocco — and WB&G fares better than these in terms of early childhood nutrition indicators. In addition, overall incidence rates of stunting and wasting have been relatively stable over time.

  2. Cosmo July 3, 2012 at 12:23 pm #

    At least one of the pictures in the Child’s View from Gaza exhibition seems to be fishy and was copied from Latuff. Chances are was done by an adult.

    • fool me once... July 3, 2012 at 3:05 pm #

      “Chances are was done by an adult.”
      What about these t-shirts done by adults?
      “We won’t chill, til we confirm a kill”
      Cosmo, if you saw a fellow IDf’er wearing a t-shirt baring such a slogan, would you demand that he/she remove it to preserve the Purity of Arms yadda?
      Confirming The Kill
      “Just last week I visited a well-known high school in Jerusalem. A good many of the students I spoke to told me appalling things. They said: When we are soldiers, we will kill old people, women and children without giving it a thought. They said: We will expel them, we will put them on planes and fly them to Iraq. We will fly hundreds of thousands of them. Millions. And most of the students in the audience applauded those opinions. They supported them even when I pointed out that that is how people talked 60 years ago in Europe.”

      — Avrum Burg, former Speaker of the Knesset: On The Eve Of Destruction
      For anyone not familiar with Latuff;
      Whenever israeli’s mention anything ichthyes related, I always remember the wise old saying;
      “Prepare ye sens to hear much pish,
      When ye catch scent of gefilte fish.”

      • who_me July 3, 2012 at 3:28 pm #

        “Prepare ye sens to hear much pish,
        When ye catch scent of gefilte fish.”

        the israeli hasbara corps remind me of cigarette adverts. i’m sure the same sort of personalities dream up the sales pitches.

      • Cosmo July 3, 2012 at 4:13 pm #

        No I wouldn’t demand a person wearing such a shirt to remove it because they are jokes and nothing more. I don’t have a problem with people making offensive jokes about Jews, the Holocaust or anything else as long as it is all in good spirit. A couple of months ago I saw someone in the street wearing a T shirt saying something like “domestic violence, because a real man doesn’t have to repeat himself”. I thought it was funny, I didn’t think the teen wearing it was really beating his wife.
        By the way from what I heard the 411 artillery battery which was behind the first Qana event which killed about 100 people made an end of the Lebanon tour T shirt saying something like B battery, the battery of the century (the battery of the 100).
        On the other hand if someone is mistreating Palestinians in a checkpoint I will demand he will stop.

        • fool me once... July 3, 2012 at 6:56 pm #

          “On the other hand if someone is mistreating Palestinians in a checkpoint I will demand he will stop.”
          If you don’t mind I’ll just translate that into a reasonable sentence for you as your hasbara “humanity-speak translation” software appears to be playing up.
          “On the other hand when the male and female jewish occupiers mistreat the rightful indigenous Palestinian owners of the land at one of the many humiliating, illegal checkpoints, I am over come with shame and vow never to disrespect any Palestinian again. I renounce my israeli citizenship forthwith.”
          btw. I thought you said you were an idf reservist, how much power do you have to “demand” anything? What is your rank? Are you above corporal?

          • Cosmo July 3, 2012 at 9:28 pm #

            I ment when I am around, everyone is free to speak up, you don’t need rank.
            They keep pushing up your ranks automatically in reserves but they are meaningless. I am 4 ranks above corporal but like I have said I might as well be a private. The atmosphere in IDF reserves at least in my unit is very diffrent from what you might imagine they are all adults with civilian lives, there is fear of rank.

  3. Jay Knott July 3, 2012 at 12:49 pm #

    That’s the problem with articles like this: liberal whining about Israeli crimes can be challenged. Maybe Gaza isn’t as poor as Morocco. Maybe a particular claim that the IDF shot a child deliberately isn’t true. Etc..

    One can complain about particular Israeli excesses. But maintaining a state based on racial supremacy is a crime in itself. It’s contrary to the interests, and the principles, of the Western countries, which forced South Africa to abandon apartheid. Why do they make an exception for Jewish supremacy, and how do we stop them making that exception? That’s what we need to answer. Listing examples of Israeli crimes makes it sound like one is trying to reform Israel, to make Jewish supremacy behave like it’s not supremacist, like the UK lawyers did:

    • happeh July 3, 2012 at 2:49 pm #

      “Why do they make an exception for Jewish supremacy”

      You can’t seriously be asking this question in 2012 can you? The West allows Israel to do what it wants because Israelis run every Western country.

      France just changed Israeli colonial administrators from the Israeli Sarkozy to the Israeli Hollande. The American Republican candidate for President is getting ready to go to Israel for vetting to see if he is an acceptable candidate to Israel for President Of The United States Of America.

      “and how do we stop them making that exception?”

      That seems pretty obvious doesn’t it? Make it illegal for Israelis and their sychophants to hold political office in the Western countries.

      You don’t see China or any of the Asian countries electing Israelis as members of their government. That is why those countries still work for their citizens.

      Although India seems to have sold itself to Israel as a beachhead for the coming Israeli attacks on Asia. You really have to wonder what is going on in the Indians mind.

      As soon as there is any real trouble the Israelis and their Western tools will run away the thousands of miles back to their countries, leaving India and Indians facing the Chinese, Pakistanis, and everyone else who is right on their doorstep.

      Same thing goes for the Phillipines, Australia and New Zealand. They are allowing themselves to be set up as Israeli forward bases for the coming Israeli attacks on Asia. When trouble starts, the Israelis and all of their tools will leave the Philipinos and Australians to deal with 5 billion angry Chinese.

      You have to give New Zealand a break though. They are probably running scared after Israel tried to murder their prime minister.

      • Paul Eisen July 3, 2012 at 7:36 pm #


        You say “Israelis run every Western country.”
        and your prescription to: “Make it illegal for Israelis and their sychophants to hold political office in the Western countries.” is both logical and possibly possible

        But you must know it’s not Israelis – it’s Jews, so how is the same prescription to be applied to Jews? Not so easy.

        • happeh July 4, 2012 at 6:21 pm #

          Ariel Sharon said:

          “Don’t worry about American pressure on Israel. We, the Jewish people, control America, and the Americans know it.”

  4. searching July 3, 2012 at 12:59 pm #

    “Remember, this is not caused by drought or natural disasters, but a deliberate, man-made lack of food and water, imposed, planned, and executed in the most detailed way by the Israeli government…. ”
    Jewish leaders have tons of experience in starving otherr nations.
    They coordinated Ukrainian Holodomor, where few millions people (some even say up to 10 millions)died of an artificially made hunger that was planned by Jewish/bolshevic leaders od Soviet Russia.

  5. Jay Knott July 3, 2012 at 2:43 pm #

    “Planned by Jewish/bolshevic leaders”. So what about the Bolshevik leaders who weren’t Jewish? Like Stalin, the unchallengeable leader when this ‘Holodomor’ took place. It was a brutal policy, but race had nothing to do with it – it was a disastrous attempt to collectivize agriculture. Since then, Ukrainian nationalists and other right-wingers have tried to make it into a racially-based issue, to give it the same status as the Nazi Holocaust against the Jews. The Ukrainian government calls it ‘genocide’. They are just as guilty of turning a tragedy into political ammunition as Zionists are.

    • Paul Eisen July 3, 2012 at 4:23 pm #


      I agree that the Jewsh role in Bolshevism is unclear but the thing that’s always made sense to me, is that Jews seemed better able to effect these terrible policies on populations because of their historical contempt for them.

      It was the same attitude that made Jews such effective baillifs, tax-collectors and tavern-keepers.

      • searching July 3, 2012 at 4:28 pm #

        their role was very clear. clearer than you think. start reading on the subject.

        • Paul Eisen July 3, 2012 at 4:31 pm #

          Of course, but the eternal problem is: when is a Jew acting as a Jew and when is he a revolutionary who just happens to be Jewish?

          In some ways, this question can’t be easily solved just by conventional research.

          • searching July 3, 2012 at 4:51 pm #

            why then Jews seem to be dominating all intiatives ( wars, revolutions) that aim to destroy a massive amount of people?
            jewish Power elite started and financed both last wars (ww1 and ww2) , bolshevic revolution and now NWO.
            Why do they hate so much all goyim world?? Why do they want to assume the power over them, over their life and death??
            Why are they willing to sign a deal with the devil just to obtain this power??

            and a few more questions.
            Why the goyim world is so naive and so willing to participate in crimes directed /organised by them??
            why do they so willingly serve as “useful idiots” ,who help them to realise their demonical goals.

          • Paul Eisen July 3, 2012 at 5:01 pm #

            I largely share your view and your frustration.

            My point is, that so much of this can’t be understood merely by appeals to empirical evidence. That’s what makes it all so hard.

          • Jay Knott July 3, 2012 at 9:30 pm #

            “Jewish Power elite started and financed both last wars (ww1 and ww2) , bolshevic revolution and now NWO.”

            “This can’t be understood merely by appeals to empirical evidence”.

            That’s putting it mildly. Like many of the comments on this site, it doesn’t appeal to empirical evidence at all.

      • happeh July 4, 2012 at 6:30 pm #

        You know what makes me laugh? The English words that mean “stealing people’s money” are Israeli names.

        A “fine” is stealing money from someone, and “Fine” is an Israeli name.

        A “levy” is stealing someone’s name, and “Levy” is an Israeli name

        Israelis have been stealing money from English speaking people for so long that English speakers began referring to “the act of stealing money from someone else” by the names of the people who were always doing the stealing.

        Israelis named “Levy” and “Fine”.

    • searching July 3, 2012 at 4:27 pm #

      Jew Kaganovic was a major person, who orchestrated and controlled the Ukrainian Holocaust that was created to destroy the majority of the nation.
      Don’t even compare it to the Holocasut Industry, which managed to extort billions of $$$ from whomever they could ,for the crimes that were initiated and carried out in a big amount by its own people.
      The Zionist cooperated with Nazis in the whole Jewish Genocide. This was pre-planed and well executed.

  6. happeh July 3, 2012 at 2:55 pm #

    “So what about the Bolshevik leaders who weren’t Jewish?”

    They were collaborators like Abbas, Cameron, Obama, Merkel, Sarkozy, the US Congress, and the British and US media.

    The fact a few members of the entire population of a country sold themselves to Israeli interests does not change the fact the policies were dictated by Israelis.

    It just shows that in any group of people there will always be a traitor or two willing to turn against their own group and work for an enemy group.

    • Jay Knott July 3, 2012 at 5:58 pm #

      “It just shows that in any group of people…” there are a few who select the evidence which seems to confirm their viewpoint, and when confronted with evidence which seems to falsify it, explain it away.

      Lenin and Stalin cannot be compared with Palestinian Mahmoud Abbas, who collaborates with the Israelis. They were IN CHARGE of the Soviet Union. SOME of their functionaries were Jewish. This proves nothing.

      There IS a case for exposing Jewish power in the Soviet empire. And showing how the ‘historical contempt’ which Eisen mentions was well-suited for imposing ethnic power disguised as communism. The careful research of scholars like David Irving and Kevin MacDonald adds to this tentative conclusion. The ravings of some of the commentators does not.

      • happeh July 4, 2012 at 6:34 pm #

        You make no sense.

        Obama is “IN CHARGE” of the United States, but everyone knows he is the PR front man for the Zionists controlling the US.

        Lenin and Stalin were the front men for the Zionists controlling Russia. They were not “IN CHARGE’ of what happened in Russia anymore than Obama is “IN CHARGE” of what happens in the US.

  7. etominusipi July 4, 2012 at 1:13 am #

    Jews and Bolshevism

    the study of history is, at least for me, since i know little and as an aspergers person am rather naive about human motivation, full of surprises. i will quote some information from one source . if there are any factual errors, i would be grateful to anyone who can correct them. the information here, if mainly true, is of great relevance to understanding 20th century history.

    The most detailed description of Jewish influence in the Bolshevik ‘revolution comes from Robert Wilton, the Russian correspondent of The Times. In 1920 he published a book in French, Les Derniers Jours des Romanofs, which gave the racial background of all the members of the Soviet government. (This does not appear in the later English translation, for some odd reason.) After the publication of this monumental work, Wilton was ostracised by the press, and he died in poverty in 1925.

    according to Wilton, the Central Committee of the Bolshevik Party was made up of twelve people, of whom nine were Jewish

    NAME (pseudonym)
    Bronstein (Trotsky) Jew
    Apfelbaum (Zinovief) Jew
    Lourie (Larine) Jew
    Ouritski Jew
    Volodarski Jew
    Rosenfeldt (Kamanef) Jew
    Smidovitch Jew
    Sverdlof (Yankel) Jew
    Nakhamkes (Steklof) Jew

    the three goyim were

    Ulyanov (Lenin)

    The Council of the People’s Commissars (overlapping the Central Committe in membership) comprise 22 individuals, of whom seventeen were Jews:

    Economic Council Lourie (Larine) Jew
    Food Schlichter Jew
    Army & Navy Bronstein (Trotsky) Jew
    State Control Lander Jew
    State Lands Kauffman Jew
    Works V. Schmidt Jew
    Social Relief E. Lelina (Knigissen) Jewess
    Religions Spitzberg Jew
    Interior Apfelbaum (Zinovief) Jew
    Hygiene Anvelt Jew
    Finance Isidore Goukovski Jew
    Press Volodarski Jew
    Elections Ouritski Jew
    Justice I. Steinberg Jew
    Refugees Fenigstein Jew
    Refugees (assist.) Savitch Jew
    Refugees (assist.) Zaslovski Jew

    the five goyim were:

    President Ulyanov (Lenin) Russian
    Foreign Affairs Tchitcherine Russian
    Nationalities Djugashvili (Stalin) Georgian
    Agriculture Protian Armenian
    Public Instruction Lounatcharsky Russian

    of the sixty members of the Central Executive Committee, somewhat more than two thirds were Jewish (43), as follows:

    Sverdlov (president) Jew
    Avanessof (sec.) Armenian
    Bruno Lett
    Babtchinski Jew
    Bukharin Russian
    Weinberg Jew
    Gailiss Jew
    Ganzburg Jew
    Danichevski Jew
    Starck German
    Sachs Jew
    Scheinmann Jew
    Erdling Jew
    Landauer Jew
    Linder Jew
    Wolach Czech
    Dimanstein Jew
    Encukidze Georgian
    Ermann Jew
    Joffe Jew
    Karkline Jew
    Knigissen Jew
    Rosenfeldt (Kamenef) Jew
    Apfelbaum (Zinovief) Jew
    Krylenko Russian
    KrassikofSachs Jew
    Kaprik Jew
    Kaoul Lett
    Ulyanov (lenin) Russian
    Latsis Jew
    Lander Jew
    Lounatcharski Russian
    Peterson Lett
    Peters Lett
    Roudzoutas Jew
    Rosine Jew
    Smidovitch Jew
    Stoutchka Lett
    Nakhamkes (Steklof) Jew
    Sosnovski Jew
    Skrytnik Jew
    Bronstein (Trotsky) Jew
    Teodorovitch Jew
    Terian Armenian
    Ouritski Jew
    Telechkine Russian
    Feldmann Jew
    Froumkine Jew
    Souriupa Ukranian
    Tchavtchevadze Georgian
    Scheikmann Jew
    Rosental Jew
    Achkinazi Imeretian
    Karakhane Karaim (Jew)
    Rose Jew
    Sobelson (Radek) Jew
    Sclichter Jew
    Schikolini Jew
    Chklianski Jew
    Levine (Pravdine) Jew

    the Extraordinary Commission of Moscow comprised thirty-six people, of whom two thirds were Jewish, as per the following list:

    Dzerjinski (president) Pole
    Peters (vice-president) Lett
    Chklovski Jew
    Kheifiss Jew
    Zeistine Jew
    Razmirovitch Jew
    Kronberg Jew
    Khaikina Jewess
    Karlson Lett
    Schaumann Jew
    Leontovitch Jew
    Jacob Goldine Jew
    Glaperstein Jew
    Kniggisen Jew
    Latzis Lett
    Schillenkuss Jew
    Janson Lett
    Rivkine Jew
    Antonof Russian
    Delafabre Jew
    Tsitkine Jew
    Roskirovitch Jew
    G. Sverdlof Jew
    Biesenski Jew
    Blioumkine Jew
    Alexandrevitch Russian
    I. Model Jew
    Routenberg Jew
    Pines Jew
    Sachs Jew
    Daybol Lett
    Saissoune Armenian
    Deylkenen Lett
    Liebert Jew
    Vogel German
    Zakiss Lett

    A report sent to the British government in 1918 by Mr. Oudendyke, the Dutch consul in St. Petersburg, said that “Bolshevism is organised and worked by Jews.” The report was included in a pamphlet published as a government White Paper in April 1919 entitled Russia No. 1 (1919) A Collection of Reports on Bolshevism in Russia. However, the pamphlet was quickly withdrawn and reissued with various excisions and alterations made.

    one might think that Jewish people would be proud to proclaim the intimate involvement of their ‘co-religionists’ in such a major historical adventure, but, in fact, this does not seem to be the case.

    • searching July 5, 2012 at 5:56 am #

      very interesting info.
      “one might think that Jewish people would be proud to proclaim the intimate involvement of their ‘co-religionists’ in such a major historical adventure, but, in fact, this does not seem to be the case”
      Did you notice that ,many Jews all over the world are not ashamed–quite the opposite they say it with a pride– to admit that they are communists, socialists, marxists etc. They think it is cool and nobody chastises them for that ( even Finkelstein says it which, oh well, no comment 🙂 .
      For me personally it is a disgrace .
      Saying Iam a communists etc publically should be treated the same if somebody would say oh, Iam a nazi, I support nazis etc.
      Why it is not treated the same?? beacsue Jews invented bolshevism, communisms
      and since the JPE is in charge of all western governments they are making the rule what is PolitCorrect or what is not. Another proof of showing how enslaved to them we’ve already became.
      “If you are afraid to say the truth, they ‘ve already made you into a slave”

  8. who_me July 4, 2012 at 1:26 am #


    the people opposed to the soviets also have a heavy jewish make up of those running things. jew vs jew.