A few references follow.
What were the Russian Solidarists?
The organization adopted a new strategy after the war called the "molecular theory" of revolution, where Soviet citizens were urged (via propaganda
literature and radio messages) to create "molecular revolutionary groups" no larger than three people in size in order to minimize the risk of
infiltration. These groups were to keep in contact with the NTS center which was located in Frankfurt, Germany. At a ripe moment, the center would
coordinate the activity of the molecules and create a revolutionary army out of them.
The Soviets responded to NTS's activities via several methods including arrests, assassination attempts, kidnappings, counterpropaganda, and
diplomatic pressure. NTS members who were found in Soviet controlled territories were arrested. Several assassination attempts were made against key
NTS members. One of them, NTS chairman George Okolovich, had his would be assassin, Mikhail Khokhlov, confess to him and defect, embarrassing the
Soviet government with his media campaign. There were also several bombing attempts.
And Jack Ruby was definitely a big Russian Solidarist:
Solidarists Forerunners of the Solidarists were before and during World war II, Ukrainian Fascists. The Solidarists expanded the group to include all
East European exiles, including those of various religious denominations. Concerning the Solidarists, Jack Ruby was a second-generation immigrant from
the White Russian area of Poland and his brother, Hyman Rubenstein, was born there.
Czarists Left Russia with vast fortunes.
1.John DeMenil Russian exile from Houston, Texas, a close friend and supporter of Lyndon Johnson for over thirty years. He fled to France, married
into the Schlumberger family, moved to Caracas, Venezuela, and then to Houston, Texas before World War II. He became chairman of the Board of
Schlumberger Corporation, a worldwide oil well service company. When Mrs. Jean DeMenil died, she contributed a substantial amount, first from her own
personal funds and then from the DeMenil Foundation.
Ralph Paul Ruby's Dallas partner in the Carousel Club, was a Russian immigrant having been born in Kiev, Russia.
Ruby/Nixon connection FBI documents are purported to show Jack Ruby had been an employee of Richard Nixon doing dirty tricks since 1947.
Even Ruby's big pal Meyer Lansky was technically White Russian extraction, and came from an area that Stalin targeted with Purges or Pogroms.
He was born in Poland, read books. Lansky was born Meyer Suchowljansky in Grodno (then in Russia, now in Belarus), to a Jewish family who experienced
pogroms at the hands of the Russian authorities. In 1911, he emigrated to the United States through the port of Odessa with his mother and
brother and joined his father, who had previously emigrated to the United States in 1909, and settled on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, New
But, most important, in 1995 Cheney became the CEO of Halliburton (owner of Brown and Root) ( Cheney, the chairman of the board, holds a $45.5 million
stake as Halliburton's biggest individual stockholder. Brown and Root reaped multi-millions from the Bosnia war.
The principal financiers of Permindex were a number of U. S. oil companies, H. L. Hunt of Dallas, Clint Murchison of Dallas, John DeMenil, Solidarist
director of Houston, John Connally as executor of the Sid Richardson estate, Haliburton Oil Co., Senator Robert Kerr of Oklahoma, Troy Post of Dallas,
Lloyd Cobb of New Orleans, Dr. Oschner of New Orleans, George and Herman Brown of Brown and Root, Houston, Attorney Roy M. Cohn, Chairman of the Board
for Lionel Corporation, New York City, Schenley Industries of New York City, Walter Dohrnberger, ex-Nazi General and his company, Bell Aerospace, Pan
American World Airways, its subsidiary, Intercontinental Hotel Corporation, Paul Raigorodsky of Dallas through his company, Claiborne Oil of New
Orleans, Credit Suisse of Canada, Heineken's Brewery of Canada and a host of other munition makers and NASA contractors directed by the Defense
Industrial Security Command.
(1) "White Russian" organization called the Solidarists--members Ferenc Nagy of Dallas (former Hungarian premier) and Jean De Menil of Houston (head
And this piece from the LaRouche organization speaks to many of the PERMINDEX associations and that LHO was connected with the Tolstoy fundings:
When Dulles spoke, Gehlen listened. The CIA chief was convinced, along with his brother, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, that the "captive
nations" of the Soviet bloc would rise up if given sufficient encouragement. At his behest, Gehlen recruited and trained an exile mercenary force
ready to rush in without involving American units. Also at Dulles' direction, Gehlen tapped the ranks of his wartime Russian collaborators for a cadre
of spies to be parachuted into the Soviet Union. Some of these spies were schooled at the CIA's clandestine base at Atsugi, Japan, where, in 1957, a
young Marine named Lee Harvey Oswald was posted to the U-2 spy plane operation there.
The pilot, Francis Gary Powers, later blamed his demise on Lee Harvey Oswald. The U-2 affair effectively sabotaged Ike's summit meeting.
Gehlen pioneered the setting up of dummy fronts and cover companies to support his farflung covert operations. A major project was to form Eastern
European emigre groups in the U.S. that could be used against the Soviets. Both the Tolstoy Foundation and the Union of Bishops of the Orthodox Church
Outside Russia were funded by the CIA. When Lee and Marina Oswald arrived from the Soviet Union in June, 1962 they were befriended by some three dozen
White Russians in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area. Many had identifiable nazi links; others were in the oil and defense industries. It was an improbable
social set for a defector to the U.S.S.R. and his wife from Minsk.
CMC had been formed in 1961, one year after Kennedy was elected. Its principals had worked with fascist networks established after World War II. The
board of directors numbered Ferenc Nagy, a former Hungarian premier who led that country's Anti-Communist Countrymen's Party in exile. J. Edgar Hoover
brought Nagy to the United States, where there were numerous Gehlen-supported emigre organizations. On August 18, 1951, the Saturday Evening Post
pictured Nagy with Czech, Pole, Hungarian and Russian exiles under the heading: "They Want Us To Go to War Right Now." On November 22, 1963 Nagy was
living in Dallas.
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