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and during Beria's lifetime there were strong rumours that he could not shake including his ability to speak Yiddish. In 1924, Beria led the repression of a ...
“Let our enemies know that anyone who attempts to raise a hand against the will of our people, against the will of the party of Lenin.. will be mercilessly crushed and destroyed”
Lavrentiy Pavlovich Beria (29 March 1899 – 23 December 1953) was a Jewish Bolshevik politician, state security administrator, chief of the JewishNKVD between 1939-45 and Deputy Premier from 1946–53. Beria was born in Merkheuli, in the Sukhumi district of Kutaisi Governorate then part of the Russian Empire out of wedlock yet his mother was reputed to be a ‘deeply religious church going woman’. Although his mother apparently later married the ‘father’ Pavel Khulaevich Beria doubt is still cast on Beria’s lineage. Jewish sites would have it that no mystery surrounds Beria’s heritage yet consider the fact that these same Jewish groups did the same with Lenin. His Jewish blood was not confirmed till the 1990’s, and during Beria’s lifetime there were strong rumours that he could not shake including his ability to speak Yiddish. In 1924, Beria led the repression of a Georgian nationalist uprising, after which he ordered 10,000 people to be executed. In 2003 Beria’s case files in the Bolshevik archives were opened. They recorded his “dozens” of rape victims during the years he was NKVD chief It revealed “a sexual predator who used his power to indulge himself in obsessive depravity.” Bodies have been discovered that are contemporary with Beria’s bestial rapes. It is now believed that Beria had all the hall marks of a serial killer and women were lucky to survive his brutality.
Stalin's Denial of the Katyn Massacre to Roosevelt and Allies
Stalin's Denial of the Katyn Massacre to the Roosevelt and Allies
(Paraphrasing Butler): In September 1939 the Red Army took some fifteen thousand Polish soldiers from prisoner-of-war camps and later killed many of them. They buried forty-five hundred near Smolensk, in the Katyn Forest. In 1941 and 1942, rumors that prisoner-of-war camps had been disbanded, the Polish government-in-exile in London sought repeatedly to learn what had happened to the soldiers.
They were stonewalled by the USSR. The Germans retreated in April 1943, they announced they had discovered the bodies of thousands of Polish officers, all of whom had been shot in the back of the head, and charged they were victims of the Russians from 1940.