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PostSubject: The Red Symphony   Wed 14 Jul 2010, 6:44 am

http://www.scribd.com/doc/34310326/Red-Symphony



These are the interrogation minutes of the prominent Bolshevik Christian Rakovsky, held prisoner for trying to overthrow Stalin, which reveal what a fraud official history is, and how an international financial element is the power behind world affairs. He reveals how the Hosue of Rothchild was intertwined with Weishaupt and the Bavarian Illuminati (pp. 24-26), how the Illuminati essentially were the first Communist International, and how Communism as it was in Russia was to be merged into an international dialectical synthesis with the west. After WWI, the Communists, under Trotsky, were supposed to initiate the next phase of World Revolution and set up Communism in Germany. but Trotsky was overruled by Nationalists like Lenin and later Stalin. Trotsky thus attempted to assassinate Lenin in 1918, but failed, so Trotsky had him killed after he (Lenin) received a stroke. But Trotsky at this time was in ill health, so Stalin took over. What would the internationalists do about this Nationalist pestilence? Rakovsky gives the answer.

For he then reveals how this element, the "Capitalist-Communist Financial International" set up Hitler as a dialectical opposition to Stalin, but Hitler printed his own money instead of allowing a private Central bank controlled by international finance to do it. So Rakovsky urges the NKVD to inform Stalin that he must either form a pact with Hitler so as to divide Poland and set him against the West, or the International would arrange for his quick elimination.

But this does not even begin to scratch the surface of the Revelations this document contains.

More background info here: http://mailstar.net/red-symphony.html
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PostSubject: Re: The Red Symphony   Wed 14 Jul 2010, 5:11 pm

Before studying this area of history...

I never really quite
bought the cover story how communism took over countries by grassroots
uprisings. It never occurred to me all the dictators are paid for.

And,
it also never occurred to me that Communism was part of the big plan. I
hadn't learned about the Cecil Rhodes stuff, the Fabian aristocrats
like Russell and Huxley, the CFR etc... I'd never heard how they
connected.

As for the authenticity of the document, it's probably
a forgery by somebody who wanted to put the ideas out there. So some
of it may be truth and a lot of it may be disinfo on specifics.

As
for release, that said it was translated in 1968 - but I think it's
real release date is more like this decade.

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PostSubject: Re: The Red Symphony   Wed 14 Jul 2010, 5:15 pm

It apparently appears in Des Griffin's Fourth Reich of the Rich, which was written long before this decade. It apparently also appeared far earlier than the 1968 translation, in a Spanish translation entitled "Sinfonia en Rojo Mayor"


I received this particular pdf from Iserbyt's site.
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PostSubject: Re: The Red Symphony   Wed 14 Jul 2010, 5:22 pm

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It apparently appears in Des Griffin's Fourth Reich of the Rich, which was written long before this decade. It apparently also appeared far earlier than the 1968 translation, in a Spanish translation entitled "Sinfonia en Rojo Mayor"


I received this particular pdf from Iserbyt's site.
Ok, that's good to know. Thanks.

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