The Bolshevik Revolution–Mostly Made In America

by Al Benson Jr.

Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America

Most folks who look at the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia think it was totally carried out by Russians revolting against the cruelty of the Czar. If that is what you believe then you are wrong on both counts. What’s more, you were probably lied to on both counts.

Arthur Thompson, in his informative book In the Shadows of the Deep State  has given us a bit of history that I can almost guarantee you will never read in your “history” books–so called.

He notes: “As with many historical ‘facts’ most of what Americans know about the communist revolution in Russia is mythology. The reality is that a mere handful of Russian communists were successful against the entire country of Russia and its population as a result of the help of prominent people in America, Britain, and Germany, not the people of Russia. The aim of the international Conspiracy, particularly the communist wing since at least the 1850s, was that the United States, Russia, and possibly China would rule the world. This was outlined by several communist and Carbonari leaders in America at the time and was revealed in various books, such as that authored by two German communist immigrants, Charles Goepp and Theodore Poesche, entitled The New Rome: or The United States of the World  (1853).” This should show you that the concept of a one world government is not just something dreamed up in the middle of the 20th century. These people have been plotting this stuff since before your grandfathers were alive, so it ain’t something new.

Thompson continues: “The Illuminati and its offshoots worked in both Russia and the United States movements that worked at the top and bottom of the political spectrum. In both countries, the bottom rung of the movement toward a one-world government was handled through the communist/socialist movement. In the United States at the top, more and more people were working for the same thing within an increasingly influential elite and literati.”

Noted by Thompson was the fact that Russia had been an ally of the North during the War of Northern Aggression. The Czar sent two naval fleets to America, one to lay off the coast of New York and another to do the same thing off San Francisco. This was to protect these cities from attack by Confederate naval forces. Thompson makes an interesting statement here. He says “At the time, the Confederacy had better naval vessels than the North, since they had just been built by the English and French shipping yards. The problem was that the Federal fleet was busy being used to blockade the South and could not be relied on to defend the New York and San Francisco harbors. It is rare that this Russian involvement is told in school history texts about the Civil War.” I can remember, when I was in high school in the 1950s that the history book I had made a brief mention of this, but only a brief mention. I imagine, in this day and age, even that brief mention is long gone.

We do know, though, that the Russians were there to protect these two harbors, because once the danger was past, they left. Thompson observed that: “The fact is, the U.S. government paid for the use of these fleets after the war…The point is that of all the European powers, Russia at the time was one of the friendliest toward the United States. Both France and England were debating whether or not to support the South to weaken the power of the United States by helping to split our nation up into smaller countries, not only at that time but into the future…What is lost to the American people is the fact that England was the historic enemy of the United States until our involvement in the First World War…Russia never played a role against the United States until after the takeover by the Bolsheviks in 1917.”

Thompson explains the drift of all this when he says “Over time this shifted as a result of the changes in Russia and then the thrust of communism emanating from Moscow, which added a new direction to the already powerful influence of socialism in our country. This made communism and socialism seem to be a foreign problem injected into America instead of recognizing that it had been here since the beginning of our country. The communist and socialist influences started with the Jacobins and evolved through a variety of Illuminist descendants, such as Young America (YA), and through as host of organizations promoting changes in our system of government….all leading toward an international government.”

Do my readers note any of this same thing going on today? How about the blatant Democratic attempt to remove the Electoral College? How about Democratic threat to “pack” the Supreme Count until they can get it to vote positively on their brand of socialism? And don’t for a New York minute think that the Democrats (and many Republicans) in Washington and our states are not socialists. They are. That should be obvious to anyone who even remotely follows today’s political scene. These people are only following through with what the Jacobins 200 years ago wanted done. These people are in the process of trying to destroy our God-given liberties and replace them (and God) with their brand of totalitarianism–same as they did in the French Revolution.

To be continued.

8 thoughts on “The Bolshevik Revolution–Mostly Made In America

  1. “You must understand. The leading Bolsheviks who took over Russia were not Russians. They hated Russians. They hated Christians. Driven by ethnic hatred they tortured and slaughtered millions of Russians without a shred of human remorse. The October Revolution was not what you call in America the “Russian Revolution.” It was an invasion and conquest over the Russian people. More of my countrymen suffered horrific crimes at their bloodstained hands than any people or nation ever suffered in the entirety of human history. It cannot be understated. Bolshevism was the greatest human slaughter of all time. The fact that most of the world is ignorant of this reality is proof that the global media itself is in the hands of the perpetrators.”
    – Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

  2. The communist revolution in Russia was supported by the Prussians. The same folks who supported Lincoln using their little l’enfant terrible Karl Marx as a cheerleader for the northern cause.

  3. David, You are correct also. Prussians, and the British as well as socialist Americans supported this. There are these connections down through the decades if only people will start to connect the dots.

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