PEACE: Stalin Part 2 of 8 by C “H” Martel, Satan’s Trinity
The Bolsheviks loved the French revolutionary group called the Jacobins that was led by a character named Robespierre. This character formed a group called, “the Committee for Public Safety” that devoted it’s time to beheading people. The Bolsheviks appreciated this idea of perverting language (they also loved the beheading bit) and were to develop the art form to ludicrous levels. The word “Bolshevik”, itself, is a case in point. The Bolsheviks were Lenin’s group within the communist movement and they were in the minority until they finally won control of the party. The word was used by Lenin to describe his part of the party because it meant “majority”. In other words, there was the “minority” simply calling itself the “majority”. Again, as in the French Revolution, the meanings of words were turned on their head.
But the real affinity the Bolsheviks had for the Revolution was the use of Terror as a political tool. This became practically the only tool the State used under the Stalin administration and was Stalin’s personal method of avoiding the tedium of peace.
Stalin’s use of Terror, on his own people, differed, in kind, from Hitler’s and Muhammad’s use. Yes, Stalin would use bulk-terror, as when he starved to death some 5 million Ukrainian’s in the 1930s, but he also used Terror as his own personal entertainment device. Stalin was enthralled with putting a name on a specific person he was to have killed. He loved to kill people he knew. For instance, he delighted in killing or imprisoning the wife of a close colleague, one that he worked alongside, so he, Stalin, could enjoy the other guy’s torment. There were standing orders issued to his goons that he wanted complete, detailed reports on how the victim died. Did he cry, did he whimper, did he beg for his life, just how miserable was the poor bastard? This was Stalin’s chief joy in life.
CH Martel is an expert on the commonalities of Hitler, Stalin and Muhammad. From the life and death of Hitler, to the life and Death of Muhammad with respect to Joseph Stalin, Satan’s Trinity is a compelling, interesting and historically relevant book that can be purchased at http://www.satanstrinity.com. To reach the author for questions, information and interviews, please contact CH Martel at email@example.com.
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