Peter Myers — Australia Jan 10, 2014
When Viktor Yushchenko was President of Ukraine, he sought to move it away from Russia and towards the United States.
He proclaimed the Holodomor (Ukraine Famine) a genocide, and sought assistance from the Anti-Defamation League in achieving closer relations with the US Government.
Perhaps he did not know that the Orange Revolution (which brought him to power) had been secretly orchestrated by Gene Sharp, the State Department and foundations such as the National Endowment for Democracy (NED).
The ADL being a leading part of the Jewish lobby in the US, Yushchenko’s approach suggested that he believed that it was close to the seat of power.
Yushchenko depicted the Holodomor as a genocide perpetrated by Russians. Yet it was only in the Soviet era that such an event happened – not in the centuries of the Tsarist Russian Empire.
The Bolshevik Revolution had been led by atheistic Jews, and even though Stalin overthrew them, they were still greatly influential during the 1930s. The Collectivization of Agriculture, as part of an Industrialization drive, was one of Trotsky’s policies, which Stalin had opposed (instead supporting Bukharin’s pro-peasant line).
Trotsky, although exiled, was agenda-setting from the sidelines. His hardline approach may be gauged by his earlier proposal for the “militarization of labor”, ie forced labour on a large scale. Lenin had rejected that, but Stalin lated adopted his similar proposal in the Collectivization drive.
Bolshevik Jews, from Kaganovich down, played a large role in the suppression of Ukrainians.
Michael Hudson, an Economics Professor whose father was the American Trotskyist leader Carlos Hudson, visited the ADL, and reported, “These were old Schachtmanites who had become ultra-rightists.” Schachtmanites are a faction of Trotskyist.