Enter Kerensky

The premiership of Prince Lvov lasted only two months. To quote from the 1920 four-volume report of the New York State Committee Investigating Subversive Actitivities (headed by Senator Clayton R. Lusk): "Alongside of the provisional government headed first by Prince Lvov, the socialist and anarchist elements of Petrograd's population established a Soviet of Soldiers', Workmen's, and Sailor's Deputies.

Its president was at first Tcheidze [Menshevik leader] and its vice-president Kerensky [leader of the socialist Social Revolution Party]. In May, 1917, the Soviet [Kerensky's] forced the resignation of the first cabinet . Kerensky then succeeded Prince Lvov, the first premier of the provisional government, who proved to be a weak and vacillating character." (Vol. 1, Page 218)

Kerensky was "weak and vacillating," not because he did not know about the Lenin-Trotsky revolution being financed by the Kuhn, Loeb cabal, and which was to follow him. The State Department papers herein show he knew every move in advance and did nothing about it. About five months after Kerensky became Russian Premier, the Bolsheviks took over. The wrecking Red work of Jewish Kerensky during his time in office is described in part as follows in the above N.Y. State Lusk Report: "The liberal decrees of the Provisional Government had destroyed the discipline of the army and the disintegration of the once powerful Russian military machine became complete." (Page 219) "Kerensky's Social Democrats distributed hundreds of thousands of leaflets among Russian soldiers" urging "that the soldiers should disobey their officers and lay down their arms." (Page 215) The "swift success" of the final Revolution was "attributed in large measure by Lenin to a fortuitous cooperation between contending groups and factions." (Page 217) [Note: Lenin's real name was Ulyanov. His father was of Mongol origin, his mother a German Jewess.]

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