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henrymakow.com — Dec 31, 2015

(Partial English translation is available for download here)
solzhenitsyn200yearstogetherIn his last book, suppressed in the West, Solzhenitsyn presents the history of the Jews in the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union ( 1795-1995), and in particular their participation in the revolutionary movement and destruction of Christian Russia during the Bolshevik Revolution and the Soviet state. Polish historian Bob Korecky says this book should be read by everybody who wants to understand history of Eastern Europe.
When in 1550 the Polish King Sigismund August desired to give Jews free entry into Russia, Tsar Ivan the Terrible rebuffed him with these words: “We absolutely do not permit the entry of the Jew into my lands, because we do not wish to see evil in our lands, but rather may God grant that the people in my land may have rest from that irritation. And you, our brother, should not write us on account of the Jews again, for they had alienated the Russians from Christianity, brought poisonous alcoholic liquids into our lands and done much evil to our lands.”

by Bob Kordecky — (abridged by henrymakow.com)

In the current conflict between Russia and Ukraine both sides accuse each other of anti-Semitism, and paradoxically, it happens at a time when oligarchs of Jewish origin play a huge role in both countries.
The presence of anti-Semitic sentiments in both countries is easy to understand, given the history of this part of Europe. The great Russian writer and thinker, Soviet dissident Alexander Solzhenitsyn wrote s book entitled “200 Years Together,” describing the disastrous impact of Jews on the history of Russia and Ukraine. Not coincidentally, this book was almost entirely concealed in the West, in contrast to other works by the same author like The Gulag Archipelago, which brought him fame and a Nobel prize. This is because his book violated certain taboos and dogmas in the West.
In the second part of his work, Solzhenitsyn described the Jewish domination of the Russian Communist Party, American support for the Bolshevik Revolution, the dominance of Jews at all levels of government of Bolshevik Russia, the extermination of the Russian national elite and Orthodox Church, Jewish communists’ responsibility for the communism crimes, Soviet purges, Jewish nepotism in the Soviet government administration.


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