according to Plekhanov’s political will, “in order to achieve the set goal, he can do anything. If necessary, he can even form an alliance with the devil”. In order to achieve the goal of seizing power, Lenin did not hesitate to cooperate with the intelligence agencies of the German Royal regime.

history has given the answer in less than 100 years. It is those unnecessary fists that smashed innocent and kind-hearted people and destroyed their own foundation. Before the collapse of the Soviet Union, no one believed in lies and created more lies to cover up lies. Even with hydrogen bombs, missiles and the most advanced aircraft and tanks, the Soviet Communist Party still failed to maintain the regime. The seemingly super powerful Soviet Union was unfortunately predicted by Plekhanov that it “collapsed like a small house made of cards.” What is more sad is that almost no cadre has stood up to fight for the party. When a regime needs to treat its people with deception and cover up its history with lies, you can not hesitate to believe that it is wrong, no matter how right it advertises itself.

April 22, 2010 is the 140th anniversary of Lenin’s birth. Although the name “Leningrad” has disappeared in today’s Russia, and many large statues of Lenin have been demolished, many people still miss him. However, many historical materials have proved that the Communist revolution mentor is not at odds with the big bourgeoisie. Without the help of German Emperor William II, there would be no October Revolution more than 90 years ago, and there may be no emergence of the Soviet Union and the rise of communism.

April 22, 2010 is the 140th anniversary of Lenin’s birth. Today, in Russia, although there is no name of “Leningrad” and many large statues of Lenin have been demolished, the people still miss Lenin. On April 22 every year, many people come to the tomb of Lenin in Moscow’s Red Square to offer flowers to commemorate Lenin in different forms. According to a public opinion survey, O 66.7% of Russians affirmed Lenin’s great achievements in history and considered him the most important figure in the 20th century.

in the past, people thought that the Communist revolution had something to do with two German thinkers, Marx and Engels, and was irreconcilable with the great feudal and bourgeoisie. However, it is little known that another important figure, German Emperor William II, once gave Lenin great help.

has no eternal enemy

the German weekly Der Spiegel published in December 2007 published an article “the revolutionist of his Majesty the German Emperor”, with the subtitle “the bribed revolution”. The article revealed that Lenin, the leader of the Bolshevik Communist Party of Russia, connected with the German Emperor and received a large amount of secret funding from the royal government, which successfully created the October Revolution. Lenin’s armed coup would never have been successful without William II paying for the gun and expanding the revolutionary mouthpiece Pravda. The article said that Lenin wanted to overthrow the Czar, while Emperor William II wanted to win in the eastern front. The German Empire supported the Russian Bolsheviks with tens of millions of marks and logistical assistance for several years.

there is an old political key in history – the enemy of the enemy is the friend.

articles use a lot of evidence to prove that the German Empire and the Bolshevik leaders conspired against Czar Nicholas II, and Berlin supported Russia’s Bolsheviks and other revolutionary forces with marks, weapons and ammunition, thus contributing to the end of Czar autocracy. Until the end of 1917, the German Foreign Ministry spent at least 26 million imperial marks on Lenin, equivalent to 75 million euros today.




these conspirators wrote the history of the world: without the help of William II to Lenin, there would be no October Revolution more than 90 years ago. Without the support of Germany, Lenin’s Bolshevik party could not maintain its most critical first year in power (1917-1918), and probably there would be no emergence of the Soviet Union and the rise of communism.

everything began with the outbreak of World War I in the summer of 1914. Although William II and Czar Nicholas II are cousins, they belong to different political groups. The former belongs to central Europe, Austria Hungary and the German Empire; The latter joined the treaty countries formed because of concerns about Germany’s hegemonic status in Europe. Its members include the French Republic, the constitutional monarchy of Britain and authoritarian Russia.

war makes strategists not only find ways to defeat the enemy in the trenches, but also disintegrate them within the enemy. At that time, the German financial department provided hundreds of millions of marks to incite Moroccans, Indians and other colonial peoples to rise up against Paris and London. The backward tsarist Russian Empire has also become the object of Germany’s “internal disintegration”.

in the Czar empire of more than 100 nationalities and races, poles, Ukrainians, Estonians, Finns and other minorities all dream of having their own country. William II has the so-called orange peel strategy: separating the peel of tropical fruits from the pulp, and the emerging countries funded by Germany naturally seek German custody – this is a step on the road to world power.

when Czar Nicholas II finally collapsed in the February Revolution, the bourgeois interim government took over the power, and the situation of the coexistence of the interim government and engineers representing the Soviet appeared in Russia. The direction of the revolution is still a big problem. Lenin in Switzerland is eager to return to his motherland as soon as possible to guide the revolution. At that time, there were only two routes for Lenin to return to Russia. One was to return home through Germany, Sweden and Finland. But Germany was a belligerent country of Russia at that time. Will the enemy of the motherland give him the opportunity to return home? The second is to pass through France, then cross the sea to Britain, and then return to Russia. However, Britain and France are allies of Russia. Russia has no intention of letting the revolutionary return to make a revolution, and Britain will not give him such a person who resolutely opposes the imperialist war.

the Russian bourgeois interim government that came to power through the revolution in February 1917 did not