This year marks the centenary of the Russian Revolution, a banker-backed partisan regime change, nominally called a “populist revolution”.
Both the February revolution and the October Bolshevik revolution happened because the Zionist-Jewish establishment wanted to take down the non-globalist power of Imperial Russia and the ruling Czar. Imperialist Russia’s anti-usury, anti-money manipulation stance was a blockade to controlling the wider European region.
The public believed that the United States leadership was opposed to the Soviet Union because one was capitalist and one was communist. Not true. They are different kinds of cartels, that’s all, and controlled, ultimately, by the same people. Communism was created by Wall Street and the City of London to generate enormous fear and conflict which was used to great effect to advance the Agenda. As always, it was planned long before it became public.
The first charge to remove the Romanovs in the February revolution was led by Alexander Kerensky, a Freemason, funded from Wall Street and London. A second and more brutal wave was led by Leon Trotsky and Lenin.
There was a clear pattern of strong support for Bolshevism coming from the highest financial and political power centers in the United States and other Western nations; from men who, supposedly, were “capitalists” and who, according to conventional wisdom, should have been the mortal enemies of socialism and communism. Instead, they used the faulty socialist-communist political system as an offensive strategy to devastate, and then dominate Russia.
The Bolshevik Revolution was not a spontaneous uprising of the masses. It was planned, financed and orchestrated by these ‘capitalist’ outsiders. Some of the financing came from Germany which hoped that internal problems would force Russia out of the war against her. But most of the money and leadership came from financiers in England and the United States. It was a perfect example of the Rothschild Formula in action.
Russian-speaking revolutionaries were trained in New York and sent to distribute the pamphlets among the prisoners and to indoctrinate them into rebellion against their own government.
Round Table members were working both sides of the conflict [Russian Revolution] to weaken and topple a target government. Tsar Nicholas had every reason to believe that since the British were Russia’s allies in the war against Germany, British officials would be the last persons on Earth to conspire against him. Yet, the British Ambassador himself represented the hidden group which was financing the regime’s downfall.
International Brotherhood bankers from Britain, the United States, Russia, Germany, and France met in Sweden in the Summer of 1917. They agreed that Kuhn, Loeb and Company would deposit $50 million in a Swedish bank account for Lenin and Trotsky’s use.
Lenin, Trotsky, and their cohorts did not overthrow the monarchy. They overthrew the first democratic society in Russian history, set up through a truly popular revolution in March, 1917, and in the process, brought Russia to her knees, making her wholly beholden to the international banker families’ agenda.
Within a few months after they attained power, most of the tsarist practices the Leninists had condemned were revived, usually in more ominous forms: political prisoners, convictions without trial and without the formality of charges, savage persecution of dissenting views, death penalties for more varieties of crime than in any other modern nation. The rest were put into effect in the following years, including the suppression of all other parties, restoration of the internal passport, a state monopoly of the press, along with repressive practices the monarchy had outlived for a century or more.
Lenin admitted the Bolsheviks were not independent.
The Bolshevik Revolution having been engineered and financed out of England and the United States is mostly portrayed as an independent movement. That was not the case, as Lenin admitted in March 1922.
At the Eleventh Party Congress of the Communist Party Lenin was foolish to admit that the party was being directed by “a huge bureaucratic machine.” He died a few months later from what was suspected as a poison that mimics paresis (syphilis,) which substance shall not be named here. The so-called Bolshevik Revolution was financed entirely with money from Lord Alfred Milner and Kuhn Loeb acting as a conduit for the Rockefellers through their puppet, President Woodrow Wilson.
A good deal of attention was paid to the cooperation of the governments of the United States, Great Britain and Germany in bringing the Bolsheviks to power in Russia. It was not long before it became perfectly clear that without the utmost help from these allegedly nominal Christian allegedly free Capitalist societies, the revolutionaries Lenin and Trotsky could not have succeeded.
— Dr. John Coleman, The Committee of 300
Russia was once a nationalist powerhouse.
Before the Bolshevik coup d’etat, Russia was one of the most productive agricultural nations in the world. The great wheat fields in Ukraine justly earned her the title of the Bread Basket of Europe. But when the people’s utopia arrived, agriculture came to a standstill, and famine stalked the land. Even after Stalin, when the regime is said to have adopted more humane and productive policies, Russia never produced enough food for itself. A nation that cannot feed its citizens cannot develop its industry and it certainly cannot build a potent military force. It is not surprising, therefore, that for decades, the United States has annually “sold” tens of millions of tons of wheat – and other food stuffs – to Russia.
Profiteers sought to use their planted regime as a means to make money.
U.S., British, and German wolves soon found a bonanza of profit in selling to the new Soviet regime. Standard Oil and General Electric supplied $37 million worth of machinery from 1921 to 1925, and that was just the beginning. Junkers Aircraft in Germany literally created Soviet air power.
It was about this time  that the Wilson Administration sent 700,000 tons of food to the Soviet Union which, not only saved the regime from certain collapse, but gave Lenin the power to consolidate his control over all of Russia.
In payment for these contracts and to return the “loans” of the financiers, the Bolsheviks all but drained their country of its gold – which included the Tsarist government’s sizable reserve – and shipped it primarily to American and British banks. […]The arrival of these shipments was coordinated by Jacob Schiff’s Kuhn, Loeb & Company and deposited by Morgan’s Guaranty Trust.
Globalist Bankers owned Russia and its politics.
In 1922, the Soviets formed their first international bank. It was not owned and run by the state as would be dictated by Communist theory, but was put together by a syndicate of private bankers. These included, not only former Tsarists bankers, but representatives of German, Swedish, and American banks. Most of the foreign capital came from England, including the British government itself. The man appointed as Director of the Foreign Division of the new bank was Max May, Vice President of Morgan’s Guaranty Trust Company in New York.
After the October Revolution, all the banks in Russia were taken over and “nationalized” by the Bolsheviks – except one: the Petrograd branch of Rockefeller’s National City Bank.
— G. Edward Griffin, The Creature From Jekyll Island
The Capitalists of the world and their governments, in pursuit of conquest of the Soviet market, will close their eyes to the indicated higher reality and thus will turn into deaf mute blind men. They will extend credits, which will strengthen for us the Communist Party in their countries, and giving us the materials and technology we lack, they will restore our military industry, indispensable for our future victorious attacks on our suppliers. In other words, they will labor for the preparation for their own suicide.
— Vladimir Lenin, as quoted by Antony Sutton in Revolution