They say fiction is easier to believe. After reading the report of Court Proceedings in the Case of the Anti-Soviet “Block of Rights and
Trotskyites” Alice in wonderland is a real treat. This 795 pages of trial proceedings, published in 1938 by the people’s Commisariat of Justice in
the USSR in Moscow in 1938, covers one of many trials of people involved in anti-soviet business orchestrated more than likely by the United States.
From the beginning of the October Revolution in 1917, the US, in my opinion, attempted to destroy the new communist government through agents; and I
suspect that Bukharin and Trotsky were American spies.
According to the testimony given in this trial by Bukharin and many others involved in the conspiracy, from 1917 onward, there was an attempt to
destroy the communist government using a variety of methods and to install another worthless puppet government of the West. The trial shows that
Trotsky and his agents attempted to kill Lenin, Stalin, Sverdlov and many others and to supplant that government with a capitalist government similar
to the US. Their methods included terrorism, libel, wrecking operations, attacks against farming, etc. etc. etc. They intended to make the people so
mad at their government they would bear arms against it to overthow the communist system.
Owing to the immensely popular leaders of Lenin, Stalin and others and the huge successes of the Communist Party in the 1920’s and early 30’s, the
Trotskyite leadership started other campaigns and organized their efforts with the help of Hitler, England, and Japan. Many of the Nationalities
became covert accomplices of Adolph Hitler including Belarus, Ukraine, Poland, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and others to name a few. In Poland, e.g.,
these government had given Hitler the green light to invade and occupy their territories and many of these generals and their staff were often seen
with Himler and other fascist officers before the war. Were they deciding on the invasion of Russia in these pictures. These countries dreamed of the
day when they would be free of the USSR. They created a hatred for the USSR and the communist form of government by destroying dams, discrediting the
soviet’s and maligning the central government in every way they could. They destroyed horses, caused damage to livestock, and interfered with
collectivization in every way they could. They encouraged the private ownership of food products and its sale as well as the hiding of food from the
Food Banks of Russia. In short, they caused great famines for the Russian people. If you want to understand why so many people hated Russia, it was
because of the evil work of an underground government purposely attempting to destroy and discredit Stalin and Lenin and the Communist Revolution. The
trials are a well documented description of the players and the manipulators in this attempted assassination of the government of the USSR.
What is even more shocking is that the states involved were sold off to Germany as payment for their help in this nefarious anti-soviet scheme.
Belarus, Ukraine, Poland etc. had all become the de-facto territories of Germany for a promise and the so-called great communist leader Trotsky seems
to have been an agent for the prince of darkness in the U.S. The damage they did before WWII broke was immense. Even after the trials of the
anti-soviets and their execution, the die was cast. It appears that their work had been done and when Germany finally moved in with its army, the
Ukraine and Poland opened their doors to Hitler and helped him fight the USSR. The images that Poland and other countries were victim; that image
needs to be re-considered. In no way was Poland or the Ukraine a victim. They were allies to Hitler. In these trials, there is no doubt that the
groundwork was set for this invasion long before it took place. The Jews that were supposedly killed by the Holocaust during the war now appeared to
have evacuated Poland to avoid the scourge of their masters as well as to avoid Siberian gulags. The trials throw a completely different shadow on
this war than what we perceived through the looking glass of Alice in Wonderland.
There are so many questions raised by this book. One question is “Why did England and France declare war on Germany when it was in fact a partner to
Poland, Belarus and Trotsky? They had a lot to gain? Why did England order the Polish underground to attack Germany in Warsaw and was Churchill a
fascist accomplice of Adolph Hitler. When you read these trials, you just have to wonder. Most of all, who in the United States was Trotsky working