Indeed, Lenin was all the above and more: a Jewish Bolshevik mass-murdering Freemason and thief (as was Trotsky) made cult hero, demigod and icon. His body is still used to cast a spell which affects Russian and para-Russian commoners and bureaucrats alike with the awe of arrested spiritual and intellectual development; otherwise, if they were truly in their right minds, they would destroy it and burn the bloodied carcass.
As Muslims, we know the jinn love tombs, and the most powerful of jinn in the world are likely to be assigned to places like Westminster Abbey and Moscow’s architectural ode to evil (see: http://zaidpub.com/2013/12/16/the-secret-of-vladimir-lenins-mausoleum-the-teraphim/
Lenin died a madman (left), probably from syphilis, at the age of 53. Yet his influence lingers and this is due far more to the natural course of human events when people reject the truth and cling to heroes and psychopaths such as this fellow, than it is from any witchcraft–although spells do have their influence, otherwise the damned fellow wouldn’t still be lying in state. Read on and find out why it is that evil triumphs even over believers.
FROM: Political Ponerology, pp 110-11
Paranoid character disorders: It is characteristic of paranoid behavior for people to be capable of relatively correct reasoning and discussion as long as the conversation involves minor differences of opinion. This stops abruptly when the partner’s arguments begin to undermine their overvalued ideas, crush their long-held stereotypes of reasoning, or forces them to accept a conclusion they had subconsciously rejected before. Such a stimulus unleashes upon the partner a torrent of pseudological, largely paramoralistic, often insulting utterances which
always contain some degree of suggestion.
Utterances like these inspire aversion among cultivated and logical people, who then tend to avoid the paranoid types. However, the power of the paranoid lies in the fact that they easily enslave less critical minds, e.g. people with other kinds of psychological deficiencies, who have been victims of the
egotistical influence of individuals with character disorders, and, in particular, a large segment of young people.
A proletarian may perceive this power to enslave to be a kind of victory over higher-class people and thus take the paranoid person’s side. However, this is not the normal reaction among the common people, where perception of psychological reality occurs no less often than among intellectuals.
In sum then, the response of accepting paranoid argumentation is qualitatively more frequent in reverse proportion to the civilization level of the community in question, although it never approaches the majority. Nevertheless, paranoid individuals become aware of their enslaving influence through
experience and attempt to take advantage of it in a pathologically egotistic manner.
We know today that the psychological mechanism of paranoid phenomena is twofold: one is caused by damage to the brain tissue, the other is functional or behavioral. Within the above-mentioned process of rehabilitation, any brain-tissue lesion causes a certain slackening of accurate thinking and, as a
consequence, of the personality structure. Most typical are those cases caused by an aggression in the diencephalon
[The posterior division of the forebrain; connects the cerebral hemispheres with the mesencephalon; the region of the brain that includes the epithalamus, thalamus, and hypothalamus]
by various pathological factors, resulting in its permanently decreased tonal ability, and similarly of the tonus of inhibition in the brain cortex. Particularly during sleepless nights, runaway thoughts give rise to a paranoid changed view of human reality, as well as to ideas which can be either gently naive or violently revolutionary.
Let us call this kind paranoid characteropathy. In persons free of brain tissue lesions, such phenomena most frequently occur as a result of being reared by people with paranoid characteropathia, along with the psychological terror of their childhood. Such psychological material is then assimilated creating the rigid stereotypes of abnormal experiencing.
This makes it difficult for thought and world view to develop normally, and the terror-blocked contents become transformed into permanent, functional, congestive centers. Ivan Pavlov comprehended all kinds of paranoid states in a manner similar to this functional model without being aware of this basic and primary cause. He nevertheless provided a vivid description of paranoid characters and the above-mentioned ease with which paranoid individuals suddenly tear away from factual discipline and proper thought-processes.
Those readers of his work on the subject who are sufficiently familiar with Soviet conditions glean yet another historical meaning from his little book. Its intent appears obvious. The author dedicated his work, with no word of inscription, of course, to the chief model of a paranoid personality: the revolutionary leader Lenin, whom the scientist knew well. As a good psychologist, Pavlov could predict that he would not be the object of revenge, since the paranoid mind will block out the egocentric associations. He was thus able to die a natural death.
Lenin should nevertheless be included with the first and most characteristic kind of paranoid personality, i.e. most probably due to diencephalic brain damage. Vassily Grossman [see note below] describes him more or less as follows:
Lenin was always tactful, gentle, and
polite, but simultaneously characterized
by an excessively sharp, ruthless, and
brutal attitude to political opponents. He
never allowed any possibility that they might be even minimally right, nor that
he might be even minimally wrong.
He would often call his opponents huck-
sters, lackeys, servant-boys, mercenar-
ies, agents, or Judases bribed for thirty
pieces of silver. He made no attempt to
persuade his opponents during a dis-
pute. He communicated not with them,
but rather with those witnessing the
dispute, in order to ridicule and com-
promise his adversaries. Sometimes
such witnesses were just a few people,
sometimes thousands of delegates to a
congress, sometimes millions worth
throngs of newspaper readers.
Vassily Grossman was a Soviet citizen, a Ukrainian Jew born in 1905. A Communist, he became a war correspondent, working for the army paper Red Star – a job which took him to the front lines of Stalingrad and ultimately to Berlin. He was among the first to see the results of the death camps, and published the first account of a death camp – Treblinka – in any language.
After the war, he seems to have lost his faith. He wrote his immense novel, Life and Fate (Zhizn i Sudba) in the 1950s and – in the period of the Krushchev thaw, which had seen Alexander Solzhenitsyn allowed to publish A Dayon the Life of Ivan Denisovich – he submitted the manuscript to a literary journal in 1960 for publication. But Solzhenitsyn was one thing, Grossman another: his manuscript was confiscated, as were the sheets of carbon paper and typewriter ribbons he had used to write it. Suslov, the Politbureau member in charge of ideology, is reported as having said it could not be publishedfor 200 years. However, it was smuggled out on microfilm to the west by Vladimir Voinovich, and published, first in France in 1980, then in English in 1985.
Why the 200 year ban? Because Life and Fate commits what was still, in a ‘liberal’ environment, the unthinkable sin of arguing for the moral equivalence of Nazism and Soviet communism.