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Chicken for Lev Trotsky and his bloody affairs

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Leon Trotsky (Leyba Bronstein) won himself good laurels in the West. And it was for that. He who shed a lot of human blood during the civil war (he was called “the demon of revolution”), fully paid off with foreign benefactors. And in order to live comfortably after leaving the USSR, he gave the US authorities a unique party archive.

We have such clichés as "Trotskyism" and "work for foreign intelligence" are perceived as bursts of Stalin's paranoia. In fact, everything was much more prosaic ...

Undermine the Russian ruble

Trotsky has been engaged in subversive activity since the beginning of the 20th century. He acted on a couple with Alexander Parvus (Gelfand), a German social democrat and the largest entrepreneur who traded food and weapons. In the 1905 year, Parvus, using his finances and connections, promoted Trotsky as deputy chairman of the St. Petersburg Council (he himself became a member of the executive committee of this body). At the same time, under the auspices of the Council, a “Financial Manifesto” was issued, in which the population of Russia was urged to undermine the Russian ruble in every way.

It is easy to guess in whose interests these people acted. Soon they were arrested and sentenced to exile; but they managed to escape.

In Europe, Trotsky also managed to appear, and with the outbreak of the First World War he was expelled from Paris as a German agent. Maybe not in vain: he, like Lenin, received money from the German General Staff and from the bankers of New York. Trotsky was closely associated with foreign tycoons, in particular through his uncle, Stockholm banker Abram Zhivotovsky, who collaborated with the powerful banking house Kuhn, Loeb & Co. And the head of this house, Jacob Schiff, did a lot for the victory of the revolution in Russia.
In any case, from New York, Trotsky, who had an American passport issued personally by President Woodrow Wilson (with attached visas for entry into Russia), in March 1917-th came to Petrograd and immediately immediately joined the revolution.

"Demon" should eat well

The culmination of the career of Trotsky - the post of chairman of the Revolutionary Military Council and Commissar for Military and Naval Affairs, leading the five millionth army. His popularity as a “second leader of the revolution” in those years was enormous, as was the food ration. Trotsky in his train, traveling around the expanses of civil war and terrible famine in the country, daily delivered chicken, oil, fresh greens: the brain of a revolutionary romance needed good nutrition.

And, I must say, the brain responded accordingly: Trotsky dealt with enemies with a special skill. It was he who was the author of the bloody order about “raskazachivanii” - the universal extermination of all the Cossacks who did not support the Soviet government. When the Cossack uprisings began on the Don, the implementation of Trotsky's directives - to burn the insurgent villages, take hostages, shoot every tenth, or even every fifth man - did not help. The demon of the revolution had to rush to the southern front himself, where he arranged for the commandment, accusing him of “criminal red tape”.

Why should the Cossacks be destroyed?

And soon Trotsky issues order No. 100: “The nests of dishonest traitors and traitors must be destroyed. Cains must be exterminated. No mercy for the stanitsas who will resist. " In addition, he telegraphs to his deputy Efraim Sklyansky in Moscow a proposal to consider the use of "asphyxiated gases". As Lev Davidovich said, “the Cossacks are the only part of the Russian nation capable of self-organization. For this reason, they must be destroyed by the polls ... This is a kind of zoological environment, and nothing more ... A cleansing flame must pass through the whole Don and bring fear and almost religious horror on all of them ... Let their last remnants be like evangelical pigs will be dumped into the Black Sea ... "

Trotsky did everything to war dragged on as far as possible. So, in the spring of 1919 of the year, the People's Commissariat of Defense has thrown many of the red units in the direction of the Carpathians - to support the Hungarian Soviet Republic, instead of using them on the front. And what was the value of his idea that the center of the world revolution now needs to be moved from Russia to India, where the corps of 30-40 thousands of horsemen should be thrown.

Benefactor of the company “Nidqvist and Holm”

Later, becoming the People's Commissar of Communications, he made a deal that is very profitable for Western financiers. It was under his leadership that steam locomotives were purchased in Sweden at a factory owned by Nidquist and Holm. The Soviet side ordered 1000 locomotives worth 200 million gold rubles (about a quarter of the country's gold reserves). At the same time, the production capacity of the company did not allow the production of such a number of machines. However, the Swedish company received not only an advance in 7 million Swedish crowns, but also an interest-free loan in 10 million crowns. In other words, the money was paid, but there was no product. Thus, Trotsky also financed the Western democracies ...
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  1. andrewkor
    andrewkor 12 November 2017 06: 44
    17
    Weak little article, the level of the "yellow press", solid blackening, and there were achievements! "His popularity was huge" - not from scratch. The white and fluffy Revolutions do not commit, and moreover, they do not win in a fierce struggle for the very existence of the Great Country !
    1. Esoteric
      Esoteric 12 November 2017 07: 20
      18
      Quote: andrewkor
      Weak little article ...

      The little article, perhaps, is weak, and the ice axes do not stick into anyone’s head for nothing ... belay
      1. Karen
        Karen 12 November 2017 08: 23
        +8
        Quote: Esoteric
        Quote: andrewkor
        Weak little article ...

        The little article, perhaps, is weak, and the ice axes do not stick into anyone’s head for nothing ... belay

        Little, oh, how little ice axes uprooted then - now you have to correct the flaws of the leader of all times and peoples ...
        1. Tatyana
          Tatyana 12 November 2017 08: 40
          +5
          Esoteric
          The little thing, perhaps, is weak,
          First of all. The article is very normal - that’s what you need! And then Trotsky’s affairs with Stalinism are still confused by some opponents of socialism and the “crystal bakers” monarchists!
          And secondly. and ice axes do not stick into anyone’s head and in vain ...
          Right! I support!
          They were able, after all, before the Stalinists of the enemies of the people of Soviet Russia, anywhere, to overtake and punish! And then, there, Mishka Gorbachev is still in spite of the laboring people of the USSR / Russia on the earth smokes the sky! Also, with this honor of Judah, the "democrats of the whole Earth" in Russia will bury!
          1. captain
            captain 12 November 2017 12: 29
            +5
            Quote: Tatiana
            Esoteric
            The little thing, perhaps, is weak,
            First of all. The article is very normal - that’s what you need! And then Trotsky’s affairs with Stalinism are still confused by some opponents of socialism and the “crystal bakers” monarchists!
            And secondly. and ice axes do not stick into anyone’s head and in vain ...
            Right! I support!
            They were able, after all, before the Stalinists of the enemies of the people of Soviet Russia, anywhere, to overtake and punish! And then, there, Mishka Gorbachev is still in spite of the laboring people of the USSR / Russia on the earth smokes the sky! Also, with this honor of Judah, the "democrats of the whole Earth" in Russia will bury!

            How could you speak so disrespectfully of the Secretary General of the CPSU. Comrade Communists! The article swung at the sacred; Lenin’s closest comrade-in-arms so slandered! Give a rebuff to the impudent counter, so they will get to Lenin and write about Len’s exile in Shushenskoye untruth. Lenin didn’t go hunting there, but in the depths of the Siberian ores in the shackles on a wheelbarrow he picked up ore.
            1. creak
              creak 12 November 2017 16: 30
              +3
              [quote = captain] and get to Lenin and write about Len’s exile in Shushenskoye untruth. Lenin didn’t go hunting there, but in the depths of the Siberian ores in the shackles on a wheelbarrow he picked up ore.
              In this regard, I recall the anecdote of the times of the USSR:
              I would like a ticket for a trip to Leninist places ...
              Please - Shushenskoye, Kazan, Ulyanovsk.
              No, I would have to other places - Geneva, Paris, London ...
        2. Aviator_
          Aviator_ 12 November 2017 10: 27
          10
          Joseph the Terrible regularly weeded the party and economic "elite", the social elevator worked both up and down, therefore there were achievements. After it, the cleanings stopped, and the elevator began to work only from the bottom up, then it stopped working altogether, they got stagnant and then restored to capitalism. And the article is amateurish.
          1. Monarchist
            Monarchist 12 November 2017 14: 28
            0
            Aviator, let's agree: we will use the historically established definition of "Ivan the Terrible" or "Comrade Stalin." I think Stalin himself would not like your comparison. But in general, I agree
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  2. Olgovich
    Olgovich 12 November 2017 08: 02
    10
    wonderful article, thanks to the author!
    Bronstein is an ordinary Bolshevik (according to deeds), the Leninist guard !.
    His end is unusual: Lenin’s gvariya (Apfebaum, Rosenfeld, Nakhamkis, etc.) received a bullet in the back of the head, and he was an ice ax.
    1. A.V.S.
      A.V.S. 13 November 2017 15: 21
      +3
      It is strange that many do not know: it is Leiba Bronstein-Trotsky who is the true comrade-in-arms and successor of the Ulyanov-Lenin case (they are both students of Gelfand Israel). If Lenin found out about Stalin’s stupid "building of socialism in one country, he would call him" archdebil " .And for an alliance with the capitalists of England and the United States during World War II, Ulyanov would have cursed Dzhugashvili.
      1. fuxila
        fuxila 25 July 2018 17: 49
        0
        That’s what, the damned Stalin ordered everyone to collaborate with the German secret services to shoot even those unfortunate people who simply propagated peace and friendship with German workers and peasants dressed in German military uniforms ... if Ilyich had survived to the 41st, he would have reached him .
  3. parusnik
    parusnik 12 November 2017 08: 13
    +8
    The article, apparently written based on the series going on TV ...
  4. Basil50
    Basil50 12 November 2017 08: 39
    14
    The author really misinterpreted a lot. Quite in the spirit of modern * truth-tellers *. Today it is fashionable to identify the Kiev Maidan and the OCTOBER REVOLUTION, right up to the search for the * October Nuland * with its pies. The author mentioned Pavus. But only in reality of this very German, Jewish nationality, even the Germans shunned.
    The mention of the maintenance by the Germans of VI Lenin and the Bolshevik party is nothing more than stupidity, albeit replicated by the liberals and their masters.
  5. Moskovit
    Moskovit 12 November 2017 09: 20
    14
    "His popularity as" the second leader of the revolution "in those years was enormous." Probably such a popularity did not appear due to the fact that he ate chicken with greens. Where is the analysis of his activity? Where are any numbers? Lenin was also mixed in one pile. Ugh, not an article
    1. verner1967
      verner1967 13 November 2017 20: 02
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      Quote: Moskovit
      Lenin was also mixed in one pile.

      yes, about a bunch of funny)))) I remembered a joke when, standing at the huge portrait of Ilyich, the delegation of the English workers of the hall question, what is this portrait made of? And I was very surprised to receive a short response from the guide: boxwood. (some shit)
  6. Ural resident
    Ural resident 12 November 2017 10: 55
    +1
    Trotsky is bad, and Lenin is good.
    1. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 13 November 2017 00: 12
      +2
      I can not resist a joke:
      Lenin shouted from the balcony: "all the factories to the workers! All the land to the peasants!"
      Trotsky (in a drunken voice): "don’t pour Ilyich anymore, otherwise he will give all the water to the sailors now."
  7. midshipman
    midshipman 12 November 2017 11: 01
    +4
    Leiba Bronshtein is the envoy of US Jews to Russia to destroy it. So it is necessary to present this personality to society. After all, it is not without reason that one very respected person said, "Only friendship with them can be worse than a war with the Anglo-Saxons." I have the honor.
    1. Moskovit
      Moskovit 12 November 2017 12: 28
      +4
      What did he destroy, for example? Did not the Red Army defeat the White and repel the onslaught of the interventionists? Is it not thanks to these victories that Russia was able to maintain the integrity?
      1. Karen
        Karen 12 November 2017 14: 19
        +1
        Quote: Moskovit
        What did he destroy, for example? Did not the Red Army defeat the White and repel the onslaught of the interventionists? Is it not thanks to these victories that Russia was able to maintain the integrity?

        Here it is necessary to consider in a complex ... This is not the Red Army defeated the White Army ... This Jewry decided to surrender the whites ... but the option that the genius Dzhugashvili grew out of his pants was not taken into account.
        1. voyaka uh
          voyaka uh 12 November 2017 16: 07
          +8
          "This is not the Red Army defeated the White Army ... This Jewry decided to surrender the whites ..." ////

          Your pearls need to be written down laughing .

          I will continue this "invincible" logic:
          "This is not Dmitry Donskoy defeated Mamaia ... This Jewry decided to surrender the Tatars ..." ////
          "It is not Saladin who defeated Richard the Lionheart ... This Jewry decided to surrender the Crusaders ..."
          1. Curious
            Curious 12 November 2017 19: 05
            +1
            Are you also an American Indian? And Siberia passed to Yermak ... For how much?
          2. Karen
            Karen 12 November 2017 19: 13
            0
            A warrior, one can follow the chronology of the actions of, for example, Britain, by decision on cooperation with the Soviets, and draw conclusions. Well, who is there on the islands of puppeteers, everyone knows.
  8. Curious
    Curious 12 November 2017 11: 17
    +4

    This is what Trotsky’s homeland looks like today - the village of Bereslavka, Kirovograd region (in 1879 the village was called Yanovka, Yelisavetgrad district, Kherson province). In this village, David Bronstein had 100 acres of land and 200 rented.
    These ponds were once the property of David Bronstein.
    Now about 50 people live in the village. The youngest 57 years.
    1. Curious
      Curious 12 November 2017 11: 18
      +5

      And that’s all that remains of Trotsky’s house - an abandoned well.
      1. Curious
        Curious 12 November 2017 12: 12
        +5
        "And to live comfortably after leaving the USSR, he handed over to the US authorities a unique party archive."
        Trotsky did not give anyone any party archives. He transferred the personal archive to Harvard University. This is not the only personal archive of Soviet politicians who went abroad.
        The personal archive of Rakovsky, shot in the case of the “Anti-Soviet Right-Trotsky Bloc”, is located in Princeton.
        Krasin's personal archive is located in Amsterdam.
    2. captain
      captain 12 November 2017 12: 38
      0
      Quote: Curious

      This is what Trotsky’s homeland looks like today - the village of Bereslavka, Kirovograd region (in 1879 the village was called Yanovka, Yelisavetgrad district, Kherson province). In this village, David Bronstein had 100 acres of land and 200 rented.
      These ponds were once the property of David Bronstein.
      Now about 50 people live in the village. The youngest 57 years.

      Read the comments. It’s not true, he could not have 100 hectares of land in the property. He was unkempt. He distributed everything to ordinary people (he lived on alms), even before 1917, like Grandfather Lenin. Lenin did not have an estate near Kazan, due to which his family was fed. The Lenin family lived with their labor and alms, from the estate that my mother had leased. The article is good, I first read the truth about the destruction of the Cossacks. Thanks to the author.
      1. Curious
        Curious 12 November 2017 13: 19
        +4
        "Your untruth ..."
        If this is not true, then it is not mine.
        "For the first 9 years of my life, I almost did not stick my nose out of my father’s village. She called herself Yanovka - on behalf of the landowner Yanovsky, from whom the land was bought ... My father bought more than 100 acres and kept 200 on loan ..."
        Trotsky L. My life. An autobiography experience, in 2 volumes. - Berlin: Granite, 1930.
      2. Curious
        Curious 12 November 2017 16: 02
        +2
        "Article is good" ...
        An article based on Wikipedia copy-paste and containing inaccurate material, even if it is an article about Trotsky, cannot be good. The amateurish article.
        For example, Trotsky’s quote is “As Lev Davidovich said,“ Cossacks are the only part of the Russian nation capable of self-organization. For this reason, they must be destroyed without exception ... This is a kind of zoological environment, and nothing more ... Cleansing flame it should go all over the Don and cause fear and almost religious horror on all of them ... Let their last remnants, like evangelical pigs, be dumped into the Black Sea ... ”
        This is a compilation from the article by Joakim Wacetis, “Fighting the Don,” published in the Izvestia of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee in early 1919 and part of the text of the Directive of the Central Committee of the RCP "To All Responsible Comrades Working in Cossack Areas."
        And what Trotsky wrote about the Cossacks can be read in the book How the Revolution Armed. Materials and documents on the history of the Red Army in three volumes. Volume 1. 1918, p. 360.
    3. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 13 November 2017 00: 15
      +1
      "Now about 50 people live in the village. The youngest is 57 years old." ////

      Probably inveterate Trotskyists. Snake nest. And all the gentleman recalls: "now he will return from Mexico, and a good life will go, as before ...".
      1. Curious
        Curious 13 November 2017 00: 49
        +1
        No, Trotskyism does not smell there. Socialism is remembered. However, Bronstein is remembered. Nevertheless, by local standards, a fairly wealthy man was a mill, a brick factory laborers. In the regional center museum of local lore there is a tile from this plant with the stigma "B". It was in any case. I was there ten years ago.
  9. A. Privalov
    A. Privalov 12 November 2017 13: 02
    +4
    How did this victim of assimilation and Marxism manage to crush the white armies in the Civil War? Trotsky was the commander-in-chief (commander-in-chief of all the red forces) and managed, without any army experience, to defeat such brilliant, honored generals like Denikin, Kolchak, Wrangel ...
    1. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 12 November 2017 13: 21
      +2
      Quote: A. Privalov
      Denikin, Kolchak, Wrangel ...

      I think that he used his powers only as an active organizer. And experienced specialists were engaged in purely military matters no worse than Denikin, Kolchak and Wrangel, and as it turned out, was even better. Remember in the “Officers” of the old comez? No wonder he ended up there, a film-symbol.
    2. Weyland
      Weyland 12 November 2017 19: 40
      +2
      Quote: A. Privalov
      managed, having no army experience, to defeat such brilliant, honored generals as Denikin, Kolchak, Wrangel ...

      Demagogy drives! Without the support of the population, it is almost impossible to win a civil war, regardless of military talents. Dumb, greedy and gullible peasants believed in the slogan "land - to the peasants" and supported the Reds. We got what all traitors deserve - collective farm slavery!
    3. Karen
      Karen 12 November 2017 22: 34
      0
      Quote: A. Privalov
      How did this victim of assimilation and Marxism manage to crush the white armies in the Civil War? Trotsky was the commander-in-chief (commander-in-chief of all the red forces) and managed, without any army experience, to defeat such brilliant, honored generals like Denikin, Kolchak, Wrangel ...

      I won’t say anything bad about Denikin, but the two are clear ... Kolchak is a traitor, he worked for the British. And according to Wrangel, he sang with the Bolsheviks ...
  10. Monarchist
    Monarchist 12 November 2017 14: 32
    0
    Quote: Olgovich
    wonderful article, thanks to the author!
    Bronstein is an ordinary Bolshevik (according to deeds), the Leninist guard !.
    His end is unusual: Lenin’s gvariya (Apfebaum, Rosenfeld, Nakhamkis, etc.) received a bullet in the back of the head, and he was an ice ax.

    They said to the very point: people like him recognized only one language, a bullet, and he "stood out"
  11. mavrus
    mavrus 12 November 2017 15: 03
    +1
    Quote: Olgovich
    wonderful article, thanks to the author!
    Bronstein is an ordinary Bolshevik (according to deeds), the Leninist guard !.
    His end is unusual: Lenin’s gvariya (Apfebaum, Rosenfeld, Nakhamkis, etc.) received a bullet in the back of the head, and he was an ice ax.

    Not only that, the article is not very ... the author somewhere grabbed all sorts of nonsense, and dumping everything in a heap gave this opus, without even bothering to somehow comprehend what he himself wrote. So also you "flashed erudition." Would you even read what you wrote ...
    Okay - “Lenin’s gvariya”, it’s somehow possible to enter, what is it about. But who is (such) Apfebaum (with a soft sign after the letter e)? Sophia Apfelbaum is now at the hearing, since she was only arrested in October, and they are unlikely to be shot, although it may have been necessary for others to edify him.
    Yes, and Nakhamkis (Steklov), died, although in prison, but from dysentery, and not from a bullet ...
  12. voenpension
    voenpension 12 November 2017 18: 47
    0
    Two things rule the world: chance and betrayal.
  13. voenpension
    voenpension 12 November 2017 18: 48
    0
    This applies to all parties to the dispute.