In an irony of history Communism was a German ideology fostered by the German government who used Jews as scapegoats to hide their own
Marxism was co-founded by an ethnic German, Friedrich Engels, who;
"...co-authored The Communist Manifesto with Karl Marx, and later he supported Marx financially to do research and write Das Kapital. After Marx's
death, Engels edited the second and third volumes. Additionally, Engels organized Marx's notes on the "Theories of Surplus Value" and this was later
published as the "fourth volume" of Capital."
The German government was directly behind the Bolshevik Russian revolution in order to, successfully, bring the war on the Eastern Front to an end.
The (non-Jewish) German Foreign Minister Arthur Zimmermann, labelled "the most destructive person of the twentieth century," helped the Communists
undermine Tzarist Russia.
"In March 1917, with the imminent collapse of the Russian front, Zimmermann took steps to promote Peace in the East with the Russians, a proposal that
was of immense importance to Germany at the time. The foreign secretary set forth the following: regulations for frontline contacts with the opposite
side; reciprocal withdrawal of the occupied areas; an amicable agreement about Poland, Lithuania, and Kurland; and a promise to aid Russia in its
reconstruction and rehabilitation. Last not least, Lenin and the émigré revolutionaries would be allowed to pass through Germany to Russia by train.
These proposals once carried out, would free Germany's armies in the east and allow them to be concentrated in the west, a master-stroke that would
reinforce the German western front vastly. Zimmermann thus contributed to the outcome of the October Revolution."
In fact the German-government directly funded the revolution and allowed Lenin safe passage through Germany on his journey from exile back to Russia.
"In April 1917 Lenin and a party of 32 Russian revolutionaries, mostly Bolsheviks, journeyed by train from Switzerland across Germany through Sweden
to Petrograd, Russia. They were on their way to join Leon Trotsky to "complete the revolution." Their trans-Germany transit was approved, facilitated,
and financed by the German General Staff. Lenin's transit to Russia was part of a plan approved by the German Supreme Command, apparently not
immediately known to the kaiser, to aid in the disintegration of the Russian army and so eliminate Russia from World War I. The possibility that the
Bolsheviks might be turned against Germany and Europe did not occur to the German General Staff. Major General Hoffman has written, "We neither knew
nor foresaw the danger to humanity from the consequences of this journey of the Bolsheviks to Russia."
At the highest level the German political officer who approved Lenin's journey to Russia was Chancellor Theobald von Bethmann-Hollweg, a descendant of
the Frankfurt banking family Bethmann, which achieved great prosperity in the nineteenth century. Bethmann-Hollweg was appointed chancellor in 1909
and in November 1913 became the subject of the first vote of censure ever passed by the German Reichstag on a chancellor. It was Bethmann-Hollweg who
in 1914 told the world that the German guarantee to Belgium was a mere "scrap of paper." Yet on other war matters — such as the use of unrestricted
submarine warfare — Bethmann-Hollweg was ambivalent; in January 1917 he told the kaiser, "I can give Your Majesty neither my assent to the
unrestricted submarine warfare nor my refusal." By 1917 Bethmann-Hollweg had lost the Reichstag's support and resigned — but not before approving
transit of Bolshevik revolutionaries to Russia. The transit instructions from Bethmann-Hollweg went through the state secretary Arthur Zimmermann —
who was immediately under Bethmann-Hollweg and who handled day-to-day operational details with the German ministers in both Bern and Copenhagen — to
the German minister to Bern in early April 1917. The kaiser himself was not aware of the revolutionary movement until after Lenin had passed into
While Lenin himself did not know the precise source of the assistance, he certainly knew that the German government was providing some funding. There
were, however, intermediate links between the German foreign ministry and Lenin..."
"By 1917 and 1918 the German people had begun to lose faith in the war. The government was torn between what the people wanted, a "status quo" peace,
and what Hindenburg wanted, a "fruits of victory" peace. On November 7-8, 1917, a German encouraged revolution, the Bolshevik Revolution, began in
Russia. After much conflict, the Communist leader Lenin was appointed their new leader. He wanted peace with Germany because of the instability of his
position in the Russian government.
On December 20, 1917 the central leaders and Russia met to make a peace treaty. The talks lead to nothing and Germany began its attacks on the Balkan
Peace talks again resumed with Russia and by 1918 Germany had concluded a peace treaty with the Ukraine. By March 3rd, a treaty was made with Russia.
Germany quickly ignored previous treaties and marched straight into the Ukraine, taking Kiev on March 1. From there they proceeded directly into
Russia, despite recent treaties."
So we have a German co-founder of Communism and a German funded and encouraged anti-Tzarist Russian Revolution yet the role of Germans and Germany are
ignored with conspiracy theories involving Jewish-plots often preferred over the actual events.
edit on 18-4-2014 by Anglojew because: (no reason given)