Pentru evrei, care au fost persecutați pe motive religioase în toată istoria lor europeană, șansa de a institui o societate seculară a fost primită cu mare entuziasm. Scoaterea religiei din arena politică și socială și restrângerea ei la sfera familiei și a individului a fost ceea ce-și doreau de multă vreme. Numai că socotelile de acasă nu s-au potrivit cu cele de pe drum! Stalin i-a epurat din sistem și tot un fel de inamici au rămas până astăzi … Scăpați de stigma religioasă, evreii s-au propulsat pe vârfurile culturale, financiare și politice, iar aceasta le-a atras antipatia tuturor, mai ales a lui … Hitler.
Putin: First Soviet government was mostly Jewish
Speaking at Moscow’s Jewish Museum, Russian president says politicians ‘were guided by false ideological considerations.’
“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.
Putin was referencing the library of Rabbi Joseph I. Schneerson, the late leader of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement. The books, which are claimed by Chabad representatives in the United States, began being moved to the museum in Moscow this month.
According to the official transcription of Putin’s speech at the museum, he went on to say that the politicians on the predominantly Jewish Soviet government “were guided by false ideological considerations and supported the arrest and repression of Jews, Russian Orthodox Christians, Muslims and members of other faiths. They grouped everyone into the same category.
“Thankfully, those ideological goggles and faulty ideological perceptions collapsed. And today, we are essentially returning these books to the Jewish community with a happy smile.”
Widely seen as the first Soviet government, the Council of People’s Commissars was formed in 1917 and comprised 16 leaders, including chairman Vladimir Lenin, foreign affairs chief Leon Trotsky and Joseph Stalin, who was in charge of the People’s Commissariat of Nationalities.