- Douglas Reed in The Controversy of Zion concludes:
- ... this only became clear when the [Russian/Bolshevik]
revolution of 1917 produced an almost all-Jewish government in Russia;
and by that time power [of Ashkenazim] over governments in the West was
so great that the nature of this new regime was little discussed, a virtual
law of heresy having come into force there.
- ... This was Mr. Robert Wilton, correspondent of the
London Times, who experienced the Bolshevik revolution. The French edition
of his book included the official Bolshevik lists of the membership of
the ruling revolutionary bodies (they were omitted from the English edition).
- These records show that the Central Committee of the
Bolshevik party, which wielded the supreme power, contained 3 Russians
(including Lenin) and 9 Jews. The next body in importance, the Central
Committee of the Executive Commission (or secret police) comprised 42 Jews
and 19 Russians, Letts, Georgians and others. The Council of People's Commissars
consisted of 17 Jews and five others.
- The Moscow Che-ka (secret police) was formed of 23 Jews
and 13 others. Among the names of 556 high officials of the Bolshevik state
officially published in 1918 - 1919 were 458 Jews and 108 others. Among
the central committees of small, supposedly "Socialist" or other
non-Communist parties (during that early period the semblance of "opposition"
was permitted, to beguile the masses, accustomed under the Czar to opposition
parties) were 55 Jews and 6 others. All the names are given in the original
documents reproduced by Mr. Wilton.
- It is also clear that this majority continued to be sustained
long after the 'Jewish' revolution had toppled Russia's former 'Christian'
- In 1933 the American Jewish journal 'Opinion' stated
that Jews occupied almost all important ambassadorial posts and that in
White Russia 61 percent of all officials were Jews; it also stated that
the Jewish percentage of the population (then given as 158,400,000) was
"less than 2 percent". If this was true it meant that Russia
at that time contained less than 3,000,000 Jews. In 1933 the 'Jewish Chronicle'
stated that one-third of the Jews in Russia had become officials. If this
was the case, they plainly formed the new governing class.
- Mr. Wilton indicated: "Taken according to numbers
of population, the Jews represented one in ten; among the commissars that
rule Bolshevist Russia they are nine in ten; if anything the proportion
of Jews is still greater." This was plain reporting, and if the report
had related to "Ukranians", for instance, instead of "Jews",
none would have objected; the mere act of reporting a fact became the ground
for secret denunciation because the fact related to Jews.
- ...That was after the two conspiracies [Balfour Declaration
on Palestine for the Jews and Bolshevik revolution], having grown in secrecy
side by side, triumphed in the same week of 1917 ... Such was the state
of the two-headed conspiracy in Russia when Dr. Weizmann grew to manhood
and began to play his part. The word "conspiracy", frequently
used here, is not the author's; Dr. Weizmann candidly employs it."
- In all this, the majority of Sephardhic Jews - with the
notable exception of the wealthy Sephardhic bankers and industrialists
played a minor role, or rather they were assigned a minor role, for the
reasons that have already been stated. Just as the Israelites "ceased
to exist" as far as the Levitical Judahite elite were concerned once
they had become the official guardians of the Levitcal Law, so the Sephardhim
have been largely ignored ever since Ashkenazi elite assumed control of
Talmudic Judaism, and, Douglas Reed points out, their numbers have suddenly
and inexplicably dwindled:
- The secretive life of Jewry has made the counting of
Jewish heads impossible at all periods. This lack of any trustworthy figures
of Jewish populations enabled the ruling sect a century ago to begin, and
in our day almost to complete, an astonishing biological operation: they
have transformed nearly all Jews into Ashkenazim!
- At the end of the 18th century the Jews known to the
West were the Sephardhim, who inherited at least a tenuous tradition, a
frail thread leading back through Spain to Africa, and fading then into
a legend of Canaanitish origins. By the middle of the present century these
Jews were declared by the elders of Jewry to have become almost extinct!
A report presented to the Second World Sephardhic Conference held in New
York in 1954 stated that the Jewish world population was 11,763,491; that
only 1,744,883 (or 15 per cent) of these Jews were Sephardhim; and that
merely 52000 of these Sephardhim lived in Europe (which formerly knew only
Sephardhic Jews) and the entire Western Hemisphere.