henrymakow.com.com — Oct 4, 2020
Within a year of seizing power in Russia in 1917, the Bolsheviks, Lenin established the Cheka, the “political police” of the new communist government. The Cheka was in charge of administering The Red Terror–the unbelievably brutal policy of state-sanctioned murder–terror as a policy goal–by which tens of millions of innocent Russians lost their lives. Here are a baker’s dozen verifiable facts to give you an idea of what it was like in Russia while the Bolsheviks held power:
Source: Bolshevism: Kill or Be Killed
A dozen facts about the Bolsheviks everyone should know, but no one does
Under Bolshevik law, anyone caught putting up a flyer was executed on the spot.
One of the Bolsheviks’ first laws made anti-Semitism a capital offense.
The Bolsheviks were explicitly dysgenic, selecting entire professions–the ones deemed to comprise the most intelligent Russians–for liquidation. Russian engineers, Russian university professors, Russian college students, Russian writers, Russian artists, Russian engineers, Russian doctors, Russian lawyers, and, especially, the Christian clergy, were all targeted.