by Isabella Fanfani
A revised and re-edited version of A Sea of Blood: the Truth about Bolshevik Russia, a 12,000-word pamphlet originally published in Munich (1926) and authored by a Russian émigré known as “Dr Gregor”.
Pictures and captions by Lasha Darkmoon
Nine years have already passed since an indescribable crime against humanity, the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, was systematically begun. Now in its ninth year , a government exists which calls itself a worker-and-peasant government—but not one true worker or farmer has ever sat on it. For nine years, torture has been used in the name of democracy as an official instrument of the state. And in the name of socialism millions of upright individuals have been murdered, put to death through starvation, or banished from home and hearth to every distant part of the globe.
In the name of the proletariat the Russian people has been subjugated by rank foreigners, their speech has been silenced, and their bodies sent—to the cheers of the [Jewish] Third International — into mass graves.
An old Russian expression says: “There are never more lies told than before a war and after a hunt.” And in point of fact the Great War [WW1] never had a true armistice; it never really ended. And the hunt for more human skulls — of course only Christian and Aryan skulls will do — continues in accordance with a sinister and systematic plan. And thus the great lie blooms forth, in effect a form of worship of the Father of Lies, by that international scum calling itself the Bolsheviks.
Mundus vult decipi! — the world wants to be deceived! It believes Soviet lies and fairy tales and even participates in this sick comedy, sending delegations of well-known people, leftists of course, incapable of understanding the Russian language, and sympathetic to boot with the goals of the Third International!
[The 3rd Internationale was the third great convention meeting held by ultra-radical Jews and Marxists in 1919 to coordinate Communist activities worldwide.]
Off these foreign guests go to Soviet Russia to “study” the situation. These splendid chaps have no idea what Russia was like before the Bolsheviks—and what it could have become without them in the meantime! On the other hand, the Soviet Union’s new friends show great knowledge and appreciation for our Russian caviar and vodka! The caviar is good, the vodka burns like fire going down, and in the brain-fog of democratic good will one somehow misses the rivers of blood, the dashed brain fragments, and the slithering clatter of millions of slaves’ chains.
And so internationalist democracy celebrates its rites of sacrifice. The Christian lamb is slaughtered, and Annias and Caiaphas [Jewish leaders in the Sanhedrin who condemned Jesus to death], today representing international stock market capital, are the guests of honor at the feast.
Read the rest here.