The structure of the Communist Party was that there was a Politburo (Political Bureau) that debated and set policy and an Orgburo (Organizational Bureau) that managed the party apparatus. Once the Politburo decided on policy someone had to convey the orders to the people in the Orgburo for them to implement the policy. The laison between the Politburo and the Orgburo was from the inception of Bolshevik government was Joseph Stalin. It was not a glamourous assignment, but Stalin recognized its potential for power. Later the Politburo made Stalin General Secretary of the Communist Party. Without realizing it the Politburo handed the levers of power for the Soviet Union to Joseph Stalin. Stalin immediately started aggrandizing his power. Friends and followers he put into positions of power in the hierarchy of the Communist Party. Those that countered him were transferred out of Moscow to distant assignments. This threat brought the other party members into line.
In his position as General Secretary Stalin had a degree of power over the functioning of the Politburo. He could set the agenda and provide copies of background papers for the Politburo.
Physically Stalin was not an imposing figure. He was about five foot four inches in height. His left arm was weakend from a childhood illness and he did not have full use of it. He spoke Russian with a Georgian accent. His face was pock-marked from small pox.
The other members of the Politburo did not consider Stalin a serious contendor for power. It was as if the Clinton administration had included a short, handicapped Puerto Rican. The other members would not have taken him to be a serious rival.
George Kennan, the American expert on Russia and archtect of much of American policy toward the Soviet Union said of Stalin:
Stalin's greatness as a dissimulator was an integral part of his greatness as a statesman. An unforewarned visitor would never have guessed what depths of calculation, ambition, love of power, jealousy, cruelty, and sly vindictiveness lurked behind this unpretentious facade.
The man whom the world would come to know as Joseph Stalin was born Iosif Vissarionovich Djugashvili, on December 21, 1879, in the Georgian province of Tiflis (Tbilisi) in the village of Gori, a small town in the southern reaches of the vast Russian Empire. He was the third child born to Vissarion Dzhugashvili, a poor shoemaker, and his wife Yekaterina, who augmented her husband's income by working as a domestic servant. However, the young Iosif was the only one of their offspring to survive infancy. Vissarion was an abusive, hard-drinking man, who eventually failed as an independent artisan and left his family to work in a factory in Tiflis, the capital of Georgia, when his son was five years old. For the rest of Stalin's childhood, Joseph and Yekaterina lived in the home of a priest, Father Charkviani, where the pious, hard-working woman attempted to ensure that her only son would be well-educated enough to escape the drudgery of a lower-class existence.
Georgia was a mountainous region, which at the time of Stalin's birth had been under the rule of the Tsar for only about fifty years. Like other great despots such as the Austrian-born German ruler Adolph Hitler and the Corsican-born French leader Napoléon Bonaparte (originally Napoleone di Buonaparte) , Stalin was an outsider, a provincial in the empire he came to rule. Georgians possessed their own culture and language, which was radically different from the official Russian of the empire, and the young Stalin only began learning Russian when he was nine years old. Years later, at the height of his power, he still spoke with a pronounced Georgian accent, and while he boasted that he had forgotten the language of his birth, it is reported that in his last years his ability to speak Russian deteriorated, and he spoke only in Georgian.
In other ways in his early life, Stalin retained pieces of his native culture--during his early days as a revolutionary, he took the name "Koba," after a legendary Georgian bandit who was the hero of a popular novel. But Stalin never showed any partiality to Georgia politically: he generally treated it, in his own words, as merely a "little piece of Soviet territory called Georgia."
Culturally separate as it was, one institution that Stalin's birthplace shared with the larger Russian Empire was the Orthodox Church; indeed, Georgia actually converted to Christianity more than 500 years before Russia. The Church played a strong role in his early life: he lived with a priest, and his schooling was religious. His mother enrolled him in the Gori Church School in September 1888, when her son was nine, and he graduated six years later, despite various interruptions. (One of these interruptions lasted a whole year: Stalin's father took the young boy to Tiflis to work alongside him in a shoe factory. Vissarion seems to have intended this as a permanent career for his son, but his mother intervened, and succeeded in bringing her son home to Gori. Thereafter his father was never a strong presence in Stalin's life--he would die before World War I, although the exact date is uncertain.) Stalin was a somewhat misshapen and diminutive boy: smallpox left his face scarred and pitted for the rest of his life, and a case of blood poisoning caused his left arm to grow shorter than his right; in a school photograph he appears considerably smaller than the boys around him. (Indeed, he would never cut a very imposing figure--he grew to just five feet four inches, and for the rest of his life his shortness rankled him, causing him to resort to platform shoes and other devices in an effort to appear taller than he actually was.) However, Stalin received excellent grades, and distinguished himself in the school choir. He seems to have loved reading, devouring the classics of Georgian literature as well as adventure novels, and he had a passion for the outdoors, spending days climbing in the wild, mountainous countryside around Gori. Thus he was ardent and energetic, and developed physical strength despite his short arm and small stature. He was swarthy, too, and contemporaries described his eyes as being yellowish--many compared them to the eyes of a tiger. Stalin graduated from the church school in July 1894, near the top of his class. He had a reputation for being callous toward his fellow students, and had been in trouble with the school authorities a few times, but there were no other signs of the direction his career was to take. Indeed, he seems to have been a pious young man--unsurprising, given his upbringing. At his mother's urging, he applied for and won a small scholarship to the Tiflis Theological Seminary, where he enrolled in September 1894. The Seminary was for children of priests and the priest that Stalin's family lived with had to register Joseph as his son in order for Joseph to attend.
Yekaterina worked hard to afford the tuition, and she nourished a strong hope that her son would become a priest. Indeed, even years later, when Stalin ruled all of Russia, she told an interviewer that she would have preferred for him to have entered the priesthood. Russia, in retrospect, undoubtably would have preferred it as well.
There appears to be no hard evidence for Przhevalsky being the father of Stalin. There was a city in Siberia that was named after Przhevalsky. The Bolsheviks changed the name after they came to power but Stalin later changed it back to Przhevalsky. However it would not be out of line for Stalin to deviously promote the notion that he was really Russian rather than Georgian. he was of Jewish blood from the Dinaric race
In his early manhood Joseph Stalin became a gang leader who financed Lenin's operations with the proceeds of bank robberies, kidnapping and extortions. He was called a revolutionary but he was not much different than a Mafioso and the Georgian culture of revenge and retribution was not much different from that of the Sicilian.
Stalin organized a protection racket extorting money from local businesses.
Outline of Human Racial Classification:
I. Capoid or Khoisanid Subspecies of southern Africa
A. Khoid (Hottentot) race
B. Sanid (Bushmen) race
II. Congoid Subspecies of sub-Saharan Africa
A. Central African race
1. Palaecongoid subrace (the Congo river basin: Ivory Coast, Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Congo, Angola)
2. Sudanid subrace (western Africa: Niger, Mali, Senegal, Guinea)
3. Nilotid subrace (southern Sudan; the ancient Nubians were of this subrace)
4. Kafrid or Bantid subrace (east and south Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Natal)
B. Bambutid race (African Pygmies)
C. Aethiopid race (Ethiopia, Somalia; hybridized with Caucasoids)
III. Caucasoid or Europid Subspecies
A. Mediterranid race
1. West Mediterranean or Iberid subrace (Spain, Portugal, Corsica, Sardinia, and coastal areas of Morocco and Tunisia; the Atlanto-Mediterranean peoples who expanded over much of the Atlantic coastal regions of Europe during the Mesolithic period were a branch of this subrace)
2. East Mediterranean or Pontid subrace (Black Sea coast of Ukraine, Romania and Bulgaria; Aegean coasts of Greece and Turkey)
3. Dinaricized Mediterraneans (Residual mixed types resulting from the blending of Mediterranids with Dinarics, Alpines or Armenids; not a unified type, has much regional variation; predominant element [over 60%] in Sicily and southern Italy, principal element in Turkey [35%], important element in western Syria, Lebanon and central Italy, common in northern Italy. The ancient Cappadocian Mediterranean subrace of Anatolia was dinaricized during the Bronze Age [second millennium B.C.] and is a major contributor to this type in modern Turkey.)
4. South Mediterranean or Saharid subrace (predominant in Algeria and Libya, important in Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt)
5. Orientalid or Arabid subrace (predominant in Arabia, major element from Egypt to Syria, primary in northern Sudan, important in Iraq, predominant element among the Oriental Jews)
B. Dinaric race (predominant in western Balkans [Dinaric Mountains] and northern Italy, important in the Czech Republic, eastern and southern Switzerland, western Austria and eastern Ukraine)
C. Alpine race (predominant element in Luxembourg, primary in Bavaria and Bohemia, important in France, Hungary, eastern and southern Switzerland)
D. Ladogan race (named after Lake Ladoga; indigenous to Russia; includes Lappish subrace of arctic Europe)
E. Nordish or Northern European race (various subraces in the British Isles, Scandinavia, the Netherlands and Belgium; predominant element in Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Finland and the Baltic States; majority in Austria and Russia; minority in France, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary; outlined in detail in The Nordish Race)
F. Armenid race (predominant element in Armenia, common in Syria, Lebanon and northern Iraq, primary element among the Ashkenazic Jews)
G. Turanid race (partially hybridized with Mongoloids; predominant element in Kazakhstan.; common in Hungary and Turkey)
H. Irano-Afghan race (predominant in Iran and Afghanistan, primary element in Iraq, common [25%] in Turkey)
I. Indic or Nordindid race (Pakistan and northern India)
J. Dravidic race (India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka [Ceylon]; ancient stabilized Indic-Veddoid [Australoid] blend)
IV. Australoid Subspecies
A. Veddoid race (remnant Australoid population in central and southern India)
B. Negritos (remnants in Malaysia and the Philippines)
C. Melanesian race (New Guinea, Papua, Solomon Islands)
D. Australian-Tasmanian race (Australian Aborigines)
V. Mongoloid Subspecies
A. Northeast Asian race (various subraces in China, Manchuria, Korea and Japan)
B. Southeast Asian race (various subraces in Indochina, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines, some partly hybridized with Australoids)
C. Micronesian-Polynesian race (hybridized with Australoids)
D. Ainuid race (remnants of aboriginal population in northern Japan)
E. Tungid race (Mongolia and Siberia, Eskimos)
F. Amerindian race (American Indians; various subraces)
Dominant or predominant = over 60% majority
This idea of Russification has been held dear by many superficial analysts of the Revolution. Dr. David Duke is a prime example, having been duped by this charade. Even I held to this belief, until I began to research, a quarter of a century ago, my grandfather's experiences in Russia during the First World War, Revolution, and Russian Civil War. This interest led to my meeting many Russian aristocrats, who provided me with a firm foundation of truth about the Revolution. My journey did not end there - I travelled to St. Petersburg in the spring of 1990, and had firsthand experiences with the nascent Russian Mafiya, even being provided with a personal bodyguard by them, but I digress. As a long-term subscriber to Soviet Analyst, a highly regarded intelligence publication, (see link below), I have studied details about the Revolution and the (continuing) Soviet Union, that prove the sheer absurdities behind commonly-accepted perceptions of Russia, of which most members of this esteemed discussion forum are completely aware.
Let us begin with the concept of "gentiles" in the CPSU. Would you care to name a few? Afterall, only 10% of Party members are non-Jews. Add to this fact that only 5% of the Russian population are members of the Communist Party. Compare this to 10% of the population in pre-Revolutionary Russia that comprised the Russian Nobility. You see, Herr Ernest, the Revolution concentrated power even further than under the Tsars, by 50%, quite contrary to Soviet propaganda. And 90% of this 5% of the Russian population were Jew bastards.
Now let us turn to the leadership of the USSR. One by one. I promised to provide this information a while ago, and am pleased to do so at this time.
I. Vladimir Ilych Lenin
Actually, Ilych Ulin, a.k.a. Vladimir Ilych Ulianov, or Nikolai Lenin, President of the Supreme Soviet, was a Jew on his mother's side - his mother being née Blank, a Jewess of German origin. Her father was Israel Blank (Weiss). Lenin's father was a Jew who was elevated to a Hereditary position in the Russian Nobility through the Table of Ranks System of the Empire, instituted by Tsar Peter I (Peter the Great), for his work in setting up the education system in his province.
II. Joseph Stalin
Actually, Iosiph David Vissarionovitch Djugashvili-Kochba, a.k.a. Joseph Vissarionovitch Stalin, initially Nationalities Commissar in the Lenin dictatorship and a descendant of Jews from Georgia. Soviet dictator, and suspected to have murdered Lenin by poison. The name 'Djugashvili' means "son of a Jew" in the Georgian language. His grandson, Christopher Dodd, is a U.S. Senator from the State of Connecticut.
III. Lavrentii Beria
Beria, Lavrentii, Chief of Stalin's Jewish M.V.D., (Ministerstvo Vnutrennikh Del: Ministry of Internal Affairs) and of Soviet Heavy Industry, and Member of the Soviet Atom Industry Sector. Suspected of poisoning Stalin and ruling Russia for a short term after his death until his execution under orders from Malenkov, this Jew was a noted pedophile.
IV. Nikita Khrushchev
Khrushchev, Nikolaus Salamon, who became Soviet Communist Party General Secretary in 1963, was the brother of Madame Malenkov, that is to say, of the Jewess Pearlmutter. Khrushchev's real (Jewish) name was Pearlmutter. His wife was a Jewess.
V. Leonid Brezhnev
Brezhnev's wife was Jewish, and the children spoke Hebrew in their home. Soviet Analyst reports that he was a Jew as well.
VI. Yuri Andropov
Andropov, Yuri Vladimirovich, né Liebermann, head of the Soviet KGB and then General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
VII. Konstantin Chernenko
No information. Ruled only for a short time.
VIII. Mikhail Gorbachev
Gorbachëv, Mikhail, né Orbach or Korbach, was selected as General Secretary of the CPSU in 1985. Remains in control of the KGB to this day and is believed by the Editor of Soviet Analyst to be President of the covert continuing Soviet Union. He is a Jew.
IX. Boris Yeltsin
Real (Jewish) name is Elias Baruch. Married to a Jewess. First President of Russia (CIS) following the fake 'collapse' of the Soviet government.
X. Vladimir Putin
2d President of Russia, Soviet GRU Chief. Unknown ethnic background; his official biography is a complete fiction, according to Soviet Analyst.
And so we see an unbroken chain of Jewish leaders of the Soviet Union, and the first leader of the CIS was a Jew. We shall see about Putin. Taking all of this into account, you will now realize that it is impossible to claim that Russification took place in Russia. In addition, the belief in the supposed persecution of Soviet Jewry from the 1970s up to the present time is absurd. An old White Russian woman informed me that the reason why some Jews protested about not having the right to go to university, such as Moscow State University, was because the student body was already 90% Jews, and that 10% of the openings were set-aside for non-Jews. These Jewish protesters felt it should be 100% Jew. And yet the West was told that Jews were being persecuted in the Soviet Union, and not being allowed into university. The Jew media in the West spread this propaganda, the goal of which was to set the stage for unleashing thousands and thousands of Jewish Communist agents throughout the world, under the guise of being refugees of Communism.
In the event that you still cling to your belief in Russification, I have a directory of prominent Jewish 'Actives' in Soviet and Russian affairs, in addition to the leaders mentioned above. The list extends from 1917 to the present day.