From 1900 through 1920, Jewish leaders, including Rabbi Stephen S. Wise and Max Nordau warned Jewry that six million Jews faced extermination in Eastern Europe. The causes they named varied from "German terror", to "Russian anti-Semitism", to "mass starvation". Jewish relief organizations raised funds to feed and clothe the Jews. Zionists petitioned to move them to Palestine.
Whether entirely guilty, partially responsible, or completely innocent, the rest of the world openly blamed the Jews for the Armenian Genocide which claimed 1.5 million lives, and for the Bolshevik mass murder of tens of millions. Adolf Hitler repeatedly stated that the reason why he attacked the Jews, was because he personally held them responsible for the Bolshevik slaughter of thirty million innocent human beings by 1923. Several concerned people made numerous attempts from 1911 through 1922 to warn the Jews that a massive pogrom awaited European Jewry as a consequence of the alleged, as well as proven, disproportionate Jewish participation in Bolshevism and the Armenian Genocide.
These dire warnings had the exact opposite of the intended effect on world Jewry. Jewish leaders argued that the best means to prevent an extermination pogrom was to keep the philo-Semitic Bolsheviks in power, regardless of the crimes they were committing against humanity. In this way, the Bolshevists used their crimes against humanity as an excuse to remain in power, solicit aid from those they sought to subvert, and commit more such acts of genocide. Rather than try to end Bolshevism, organized Jewry came to the aid of the failing Soviet Union and lobbied Wilson, Hoover, Lloyd George and Clemenceau to prevent the Allies from intervening on behalf of the Russian people against the Bolsheviks, and on the contrary instigated them to rescue the crumbling Bolshevik Empire in the name of protecting 6 million Jews from pogroms, which these men then did by formally recognizing, trading with, and supplying massive aid to the collapsing Soviet Union. This ultimately resulted in World War Two, the Holocaust, the Communist extermination of one hundred million more human beings, the spread of Communism to all of Eastern Europe, China, North Korea, Vietnam, Cuba and Cambodia, and in the Cold War which threatened to end all human life.
Republished newspaper articles and letters-to-the-editor, chiefly from the Times of London in 1911, 1919 and the first half of 1920, suffice to prove that the Jews were warned that they would be generally and severely punished for the crimes of the Bolsheviks and Young Turks if they did not assist with all their might and influence to bring them to a quick end, whether or not they were actually in any way guilty. This extensive documentation also exhibits the organized Jewish response in support of Bolshevism, both due to its ideological affinity to Judaism and to prevent the coming pogrom. It shows the evidence that was brought forth to demonstrate the grossly disproportionate and predominate role Jews played in both Bolshevism and Young Turkism. Republished official government reports from Western Europe and America name the Jews involved in creating, financing, supporting, sustaining, promoting and leading Bolshevism and the Armenian Genocide and identify the imminent danger that Bolshevism posed to the world, as well as detailing the atrocities Bolsheviks and Young Turks had and were committing.
Christopher Jon Bjerknes talks about Adolf Hitler's career as a Communist working for the Jewish revolutionary socialists and communists Kurt Eisner, Ernst Toller and Eugene Levine. Bjerknes' book ADOLF HITLER: BOLSHEVIK AND ZIONIST can be found here: