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Stalin: A Perspective From The Summit of Realpolitick

By Kerry Bolton

As unpalatable as it is to the "extreme right" who lined up with the Zionists and plutocrats in their anti-Soviet crusade, if it wasnít for Stalin and the USSR, upon which he left his enduring mark, the world would have been under Zionist/American capitalist hegemony straight after World War II. Today the world is already under a de facto "New World Order," with the UNO and NATO as its policing arms, as per the military operations against Iraq.

When the USSR started to become more "liberal," to open itself up to the junk "pop" culture that goes hand in glove with world capitalism, it fell to pieces and the once might Russian empire now stands as a pitiable wreck precariously led by a drunken clown, Yeltsin. While the "Right," in conjunction with the Zionists and plutocrats, ranted against "Communist subversion of the West," the plutocratic/Zionist combine was busily gradually subverting the USSR culturally. Now, the Russian folk, whether "Left" or "Right" and many other Slavs, yearn for the return of Stalinism.

The Russo-German pact of 1939 represented the biggest threat to world plutocracy. Had this power bloc continued plutocracy would have been soundly finished. The killing of Trotsky was likewise a defeat for plutocracy; a repudiation of "world revolution" for Stalinís "Socialism in one country" Ė a Slavic National Socialism. Stalin was the Napoleon of the Russian Revolution.

Trotsky himself had been the plaything of the banks. He headed the Jewish faction of Old Bolsheviks that was obliterated in the Stalinist purges. At the time of the Russian Revolution Trotsky had been resident in New York. With a US State Dept. passport he departed for Russia. Arrested en route by the Canadian authorities and detained in Nova Scotia as a possible threat to the war effort (the Bolshevik policy was a separate peace with Germany) he was nevertheless released on the intervention of British and US intelligence and diplomatic sources.

It was during the Stalinist trials of Trotskyís associates that they and he were accused of being "agents of international capitalism."

Early Background

Stalin was born of peasant stock in a village in northeastern Georgia. He left the Menshevik socialists in 1904 for the Bolsheviks, considering the latter had more Russians and less Jews. The view was not uncommon among the Bolsheviks, Alexinsky stating with Stalinís agreement that "The Mensheviks constitute a Jewish faction while the Bolsheviks constitute a true Russian faction and it would therefore not be a bad idea for us Bolsheviks to organize a pogrom in the Party." (Note: Trotsky was a Menshevik until the Bolsheviks gained the upper hand).

Lenin had noted with dismay the followers of the "Black Hundreds" (Czarist anti-Semitic nationalists, who became increasingly anti-capitalistic) joining the Bolsheviks.

In 1913 Stalin was commissioned by Lenin to write a pamphlet on the "national question." The pamphlet upheld the racial basis of nationhood, while specifically repudiating any Jewish nationhood. Stalin considered that the Jews constitute a "paper nation," as oppose to "the real, active, moving nations that demand attention." To Stalin the national question involved the attachment of an ethnic group to the soil, and the "Jews had no stable stratum connected to the soil," citing that only 3-4% were in agriculture. Hence, at the earliest state in his ideology Stalin theorized on a concept that is akin to "Blood and Soil." He further states in his "Marxism and the National Question" that "a nation has the right to determine its fate freely. It has the right to live as it withes." His concept of socialism was thus markedly nationalistic. And since the Jews did not constitute a bone fide nation according to his bl od and soil definition, they did not have any such national right of self-determination. This concept was reflected during his reign when Stalin condemned his Jewish-Bolshevik and Zionist adversaries as "rootless cosmopolitans."

Upon the Bolshevik seizure of power in 1917 Stalin was made Commissar of Nationalities, and set about creating a federation of racial nations.

Struggle Against Jewish Faction

Those who rivaled Stalin in the struggle for power after Leninís death were in every instance Jews. The Trotsky-Zionviev-Kamenev "troika" were expected to gain ascendancy after the passing of Lenin. Just prior to Leninís death Stalin had fallen afoul of the revolutionary icon, having insulted Leninís wife, herself a Jewess.

However, the Jewish bureaucrats and the Old Bolsheviks, including Trotsky, Kamenev and Zionviev were opportunists without scruple, a trait that Stalin used to his advantage in his strategy of divide and conquer.

Stalin was able to gain the ascendancy against Trotsky by winning over Zionviev and Kamenev to his side.

Jews Against Jews

Stalin filled the secret police with lick spittle Jews eager to please their boss. They zealously hunted down their fellow Jews, while all the Jewish Old Bolsheviks were systematically tried as "agents of international capitalism" and executed. Trotsky escaped and met his end in Mexico with an ice pick smashed into his skull courtesy of a Stalinist agent.

The only prominent Old Bolshevik Jew in Stalinís entourage to survive the purges was Lazar Kaganovich, at one time second to Stalin himself, who remained a convenient showpiece whenever Stalin was accused of "anti-Semitism." The extreme Right likes to allude to Kaganovich to "prove" that "communism remained Jewish" even under Stalin. They even have Kaganovichís sister, who died in 1925, as Stalinís last wife. However Kaganovichís name began to a appear in secret police black lists as early as 1938 as a "Zionist agent."

With the Russo-German pact of 1939, the USSR began arresting and executing Jewish socialists for anti-Nazi agitation. The Jew Litvinov was replaced by the Russian Molotov as Commissar of Foreign Affairs and the considerable number of Jews in the diplomatic service were purged, while the secret police investigated the possibility of an anti-Stalinist network led by Litvinov among Jews in the diplomatic service. The Comintern was shut down, and numerous foreign Communists such as Bela Kun, (who had briefly headed a Bolshevik regime in Hungary after World War I) were executed. Hence, Stalin carried out a more complete eradication of Marxism than Hitler, the CIA, or any Right-wing anti-communist crusader before or since. The NKVD secret police was also urged of what was called "the Jewish treacherous knot."

In 1948 Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee (JAC) set up by prominent Jews, was declared a subversive arm of international Zionism. Their "Black Book" on alleged Nazi war crimes, prepared with the help of American Jewish colleagues, was banned in the USSR! From that year a purge of Jewish influence in cultural spheres, party and secret police bureaucracies began without letup until Stalinís death. Jews, as "rootless cosmopolitans," were replaced in the arts by "expressers of the Russian national spirit."

"Socialism In One Country"

Amidst all this Stalin set about industrializing the USSR, and consolidating the little farming plots into productive collective farms. As Le Temps remarked in 1932, the USSR had industrialized without the aid of foreign capital.

After the devastation of World War II, the USSR rebuilt and emerged as a world superpower. As to his personal lifestyle, Stalin had but few clothes, some simple furniture, and a couple of inexpensive prints adorning his humble dwelling, while his salary sat in a draw.

Although Trotsky had been the plutocratsí man in Russia, the war against Germany had held out hope that even Stalin could be brought to heel in a post-war global economic and political system based on the UNO. Any such ideas of a "New World Order" had to wait until after the demise of the USSR, as Stalin scotched the plan by insisting on extra voting rights for the Soviet republics in the UN and the stubborn defence of Soviet sovereignty. Additionally, during 1946-1947 Stalin rejected the US demand that atomic energy he bought under the jurisdiction of the UN. Hence, thanks to Stalin the world was saved for some decades from the nightmare of a global government. The "Cold War" was the result of the attempt to contain Soviet influence.

Stalin Murdered?

In January 1953 Moscow radio announced the former Leningrad chief Zhdanov and Politburo member Shcherbakov, both antagonistic toward Jewish influence, had allegedly been murdered by a group of Jewish doctors in the Kremlin. Attempts had also been made to poison several military leaders. Zhdanov had been responsible for the deportation in 1948 of Zionists to the Jewish Autonomous Region of Birobidzhan.

The arrest of the Jewish doctors had taken place in 1952, the year of the trial against the Jewish Anti-fascist Committee, most of whose leaders were executed.

That year also, Stalinís anti-Zionist purges spread to Czechoslovakia, where 14 Czech Government leaders, 11 of whom were Jews, including Party General Secretary Slansky, were described as Zionists and "rootless cosmopolitans" charged with plotting to restore capitalism in cahoots with "Zionist adventurers and Western capitalists," and executed.

Stalinís final act, prompted by the so-called "Doctorsí Plot," was to break diplomatic relations with Israel and to order the deportation of all Soviet Jews to Siberia.

Soon after Stalin was paralyzed; ostensibly the result of a stroke. The Politburo was summoned, but no doctors. Beria, the former secret police chief who had been ousted form that position, began dancing around Stalin, laughing and cursing. Stalin opened one eye. The entourage fell back in fear, while Beria dropped to his knees, begging and sobbing. But Stalin lapsed into a coma. Doctors arrived Ten Hours later, and declared Stalin dead by cerebral hemorrhage. The prime suspect in the death of Stalin is often cited as Beria. At the very least, those present allowed Stalin to lay critically ill for ten hours before calling medical attention.


Despite the denunciation of Stalin by Khrushchev, the anti-Zionist, nationalist direction of the USSR continued until around the ear of Brezhnev. Under Krushchev, despite his denunciation of Stalin, the Jews became the archetypal currency speculators and black marketers, and many hundreds were executed as "economic saboteurs." While the neo-Nazis were beating the same war drums against the USSR alongside the Zionists and plutocrats, the Soviets were setting up anti-Zionist committees, and publishing books on the role of Zionism in banking, business, Masonry, etc. Yet the extreme Right (with a few exceptions such as Yockey, Madole, and "Common Sense") continued to rant about the "Jewish control" of the Soviet Union, citing a few obscure Jewish bureaucrats that the USSR continued to trot out as evidence that there was no "Soviet anti-Semitism."

With the gradual liberalization of the USSR, culminating in Gorbechev, the Soviet empire collapsed into a democratic quagmire.

While the "Right", Trotskyites, Zionists, and Libertarians were jubilant at the destruction of this bastion against global Zionist-American hegemony, the Russians and others of the former Warsaw pact and the USSR are hard pressed to find anything wonderful about the chaos of the free market and democracy.

Within Russia the figure of Stalin again looms large. Both the Nationalist Right and the reconstituted Communist party are at one in seeing Stalin as the Great Leader of Russia. Joint marches against the democratic farce are held by the Communists and the Nationalist Right, with portraits of Stalin prominent among these new forces. A renascent Russia, whether called "Communist" or "Nationalist," holds out perhaps the only prospect of stopping the headlong rush into the Nihilistic abyss of global Americanization under the iron heel of the New World Order. Any such revival of Russian might will inevitably mean the return of the spirit of Joseph Stalin.

Originally Published in Issue No.15 of The Nexus (now known as Western Destiny)