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The Katyn Massacre Update 2

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The Katyn Massacre Joseph Stalin tried to blame on the Nazis.

On April 13, 1943, Germany announced the discovery of a series of mass graves containing the bodies
of thousands of Polish officers who had been arrested and then executed by the Soviet Army.
Seventy-five years later, the Katyn massacre is still a...

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May have exceeded 27,000 killed.


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Vasili Mikhailovich Blokhin (January 7, 1895 – February 3, 1955) Jewish Bolshevik Major-General who served as the chief executioner of the NKVD under the administrations of Genrikh Yagoda, Nikolai Yezhov and Lavrentiy Beria. A former kosher butcher Blokhin wore his old leather apron from his trade to keep from getting splattered as he fired the pistol into the brains of his victims. Over a period of 25 years Blokhin probably personally killed at least 50,000 people, including about 7,000 Polish prisoners of war during the Katyn massacre in spring 1940, making him the most prolific hands-on mass murderer in recorded history. Yet because he was a Jew hence immune from critical examination he retired on a pension and died in 1955 of natural causes. To this day his name is virtually unknown outside Russia.


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Josef Stalin (Jewish ?).


Joseph Stalin Communist Terror.

Joseph Stalin (real name: Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili) ranks as one of the worst tyrants of all time and was responsible for the deaths of 20 million of his own countrymen.  Since the collapse of the communist Soviet Union, his atrocities have been revealed.  He was portrayed as Uncle Joe by propaganda films and interviews.  He even killed people who were close to him.  Anybody who he felt was a threat to him he had killed.

There is a debate on whether Joseph Stalin was Jewish. He married 3 Jewesses in his life. It is worth remembering that Joseph Stalin also persecuted Europeans of the Jewish faith.

 Stalin appointed Jews to over 90% of all positions of authority, introduced legislation that made “anti Semitism” punishable by death.


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