Sunday, August 21, 2011

"Young Stalin" by Simon Sebag Montefiore

"Young Stalin" by Simon Sebag Montefiore.

What is very important is that Montefiore claims that "the Tsar’s secret police and Bolshevik memoirists recorded how the Rothschilds contributed to Stalin’s funds." This information lends support to my suggestion that Stalin had a special hidden affiliation to the Rothschilds.

Montefiore also shares with us Stalin's jubilation upon getting the job at a Rothschild oil refinery in Tbilis, Georgia not far from Stalin's home in Gori.

"One day Stalin came home late boasting, ‘Guess why I got up so early this morning? Today I got a job with the Rothschilds!’ Then he almost crooned, ‘I’m working for the Rothschilds! I’m working for the Rothschilds!’" This is hardly the reaction of a communist activist bent on the destruction of the very symbol of capitalism!

The information contained in this book combined with the research material that has been presented over the internet in recent years may provide an explosive reaction that may wake up more than a few folks that still cling to the accepted brand of 20th Century historic propaganda.

I suggest Daniel Yergen's "The Prize" as preliminary reading to "Young Stalin". "The Prize" documents the Rothschild's keen interest and takeover of Russia's early oil industry. Understanably, what Yergin cannot tell you is that the Rothschilds never lost control over Russian oil even after the Communist takeover. Who knew Stalin was a hidden Rothschild?

I suggested a few years ago that Stalin, indeed, was a Rothschild plant who ensured the steady flow of Rothschild,uh, Russian oil; whether it was carrying the overt "BNITO" Rothschild label or the covert "Red" Soviet Label. ("Roth" is German for "Red").

Researchers like Montefiore often unknowingly provide researchers like myself with little gems of information that have the potential of blowing the lid off the most widely accepted myths of recent history.

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