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Old 24-06-2013, 06:25 AM   #1
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Default Putin: First Soviet government was mostly Jewish




June 19, 2013 11:13am


Putin: First Soviet government was mostly Jewish


“I thought about something just now: The decision to nationalize this library was made by the first Soviet government, whose composition was 80-85 percent Jewish,” Putin said June 13 during a visit to Moscow’s Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center.


http://www.jta.org/2013/06/19/news-o...-mostly-jewish




GENTILES JEWS
1. Members of the first Communist government of the Mesed (Council of Peoples Commissars). 3 16
2. High officials, who belong to the Commissariat for Internal Affairs. 0 10
3. Higher officials of the Commissariat for foreign affairs. 2 16
4. Higher officials of the trade Commissariat. 1 13
5. Higher officials of the justice Commissariat. 0 10
6. Higher officials of the Commissariat for public schools. 0 8
7. Officials of the Commissariat for armed forces. 0 14
8. Higher officials in the Commissariat for health. 0 5
9. Members of the Supreme Soviet for Peoples trade. 0 14
10. Members of the first Soldiers and Workers Councils of Moscow. 4 19
11. Members of the Central Committee of the Soviet Communist Party. 1 6
12. Members of the Central Committee of the 40th Congress of Syndicates of Soviet Workers and Peasants. 0 30
13. Members of the Central Committee of the 50th Congress of the Soviet Syndicate. 9 50
14. Directors of the CHEKA police in Moscow. 5 29
15. Peoples Commissars in Petrograd. 0 2
16. Executive Commissars of the CHEKA police of Petrograd. 3 9
17. Members of the higher labour Commissariat. 0 8
18. Communist Commissars and officials in the provinces. 1 17
19. Editors of the newspapers “Pravda”, “Izvestia”, and “Ekonomichenskaya Zizin.” 1 14
20. Editors of the Communist newspaper “Torgo-Promislevnoy Gazzetty.” 0 15
21. Editors of the Communist newspaper “The Banner of Labour.” 0 8
22. Editors of the newspaper “Vola-Truva.” 0 3
23. Members of the Commission for the arrest of sympathisers with the Czarist regime. 1 6
24. Members of the Central Bureau of State Consumer Bodies. 1 7
25. Members of the Central Bureau of the Higher Trade Soviet. 1 5
26. Members of the Central Committee of artisans Syndicates. 1 4
27. Representatives of the Red Army abroad. 0 7
28. Members of Higher Juristic Corps. 1 9
29. Professors of the Socialist Academy of Moscow. 2 34
30. Members of the Higher Soviet of the Don Commissariat. 2 9
31. Members of the Aid Commission for the Communist. 0 5
32. Soviet trade representatives abroad. 0 3
33. Peoples Judges of Moscow. 1 6
34. Permanent Commissars at disposal of the Supreme Soviet. 0 9
35. Military advisors of the government of Moscow. 2 19
36. Members of the Commissariat for the liquidation of private banks. 0 10
37. Members of the Lingual Science department of the Proletariat. 1 10


Source: Appendix http://www.catholicvoice.co.uk/pinay/

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