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Excerpts from “A Collection of
Reports on Bolshevism in Russia” (1919)

The following are excerpts from a document entitled “A Collection of Reports on Bolshevism in Russia” published in 1919 by the British government. It is a compilation of eyewitness accounts, mostly from British nationals, about the immediate aftermath of the Communist revolution that had occurred in 1917. As these quotes show, most of the power was in the hands of the Jews:

“The foregoing report will indicate the extremely critical nature of the present situation. The danger is now so great that feel it my duty to call the attention of the British and all other Governments to the fact that if an end is not put to Bolshevism in Russia at once the civilisation of the whole world will be threatened. This is not an exaggeration, but a sober matter of fact . . . I consider that the immediate suppression of Bolshevism is the greatest issue now before the world, not even excluding the war which is still raging, and unless, as above stated, Bolshevism is nipped in the bud immediately, it is bound to spread in one form or another over Europe and the whole world, as it is organised and worked by Jews who have no nationality, and whose one object is to destroy for their own ends the existing order of things. The only manner in which this danger could be averted would be collective action on the part of all Powers.”

— Sir M. Findlay, eyewitness to the Bolshevik revolution, September 17th, 1918

“The Bolsheviks can no longer be described as a political party holding extreme communistic view. They form a relatively small privileged class which is able to terrorise the rest of the population because it has a monopoly both of arms and of food supplies. This class consists chiefly of workmen and soldiers, and includes a large non-Russian element, such as Letts and Estonians and Jews; the latter are specially numerous in higher posts. Members of this class are allowed complete licence, and commit crime against other sections of society.”

— Mr. Alston, eyewitness to the Bolshevik revolution January 23rd, 1919

“From examination of several labourer and peasant witnesses I have evidence to the effect that very smallest percentage of this district were pro-Bolshevik, majority of labourers sympathising with summoning of Constituent Assembly. Witnesses further stated that Bolshevik leaders did not represent Russian working classes, most of them being Jews.” 

— Mr. Alston, eyewitness to the Bolshevik revolution, February 8th, 1919

“It [Bolshevism] originated in German propaganda, and was, and is being, carried out by international Jews.”

— Rev. B. S. Lombard, eyewitness to the Bolshevik revolution, March 23rd, 1919

“An arrest is the prelude to every kind of corruption; the rich have to pay huge exactions to intermediaries, who are usually Jews, before they can obtain their release.”
“At the Putilof Works anti-Semitism is growing, probably because the food supply committees are entirely in the hands of Jews—and voices can be heard sometimes calling for a ‘pogrom.'”

— Mr. B., eyewitness to the Bolshevik revolution

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