Trotsky Communism (Russia)
Trotsky's White Negroes: The Censored Holocaust (Book)
by Mike Walsh
May 12, 2016
The 1917 coup that led to 73 years of terrifying Communism was an American inspired coup d’état. The seizure is better known as the Russian Revolution because those responsible control media. We have been conditioned to think want the guilty want us to think.
The seizure of Tsarist Russia was entirely financed from none Russian sources; principally U.S based finance houses. Very few of the ‘revolutionaries’ were Russian. Bolshevism finally triumphed in 1922.
Western banks that invested in the coup and industrialists who prayed for its success rubbed their hands. Marx, Lenin and Trotsky were feted more in Wall Street than in terrorised Russia.
Through their installed regime U.S banks and corporate interests now controlled Russia’s vast resources. Russia was ripe for exploitation using what Trotsky described as ‘White Negroes’. It is estimated that 70 million of those ‘ethnic European Negroes’ perished before the collapse in 1990. Threatened only by the Reich the West’s investment was rescued in 1941 by Britain and the U.S.
"We must turn Russia into a desert populated by white Negroes upon whom
we shall impose a tyranny such as the most terrible Eastern despots never dreamt
of. The only difference is that this will be a left-wing tyranny, not a
right-wing tyranny. It will be a red tyranny and not a white one. We mean the
word ‘red’ literally, because we shall shed such floods of blood as will make
all the human losses suffered in the capitalist wars pale by comparison.
The biggest bankers across the ocean will work in the closest possible contact with us. If we win the revolution, we shall establish the power of Zionism upon the wreckage of the revolution’s funeral, and we shall become a power before which the whole world will sink to its knees.
We shall show what real power is. By means of terror and bloodbaths, we shall reduce the Russian intelligentsia to a state of complete stupefaction and idiocy and to an animal existence.” Trotsky speaking in Petrograd December 1917 to revolutionaries as noted in Aaron Simanovich’s Memoirs, P 153 – 154. Paris 1922, Molodaya Gvardiaya, Moscow. No 6, 1991, p 55.