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    How it is possible to blame the whole nation for something that few people did? So racist.... pheeeeeee!!

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    Absolutely. The Jews should be held accountable for the murder of the Romanov family. Maybe international Jewry can pay a tax to Russia every year so that the Russian people can live comfortably and to ensure that Russia remains the Russian state.

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    Yup.

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    1) Can we blame the Jews for the brutal murders of the Romanov family? Keep in mind that Vladimir Lenin was of partial Jewish ancestry, and Yakov Sverdlov was of Jewish ancestry, and they both carried out the order that executed the Romanov family.
    There were two more individuals who were the members of the Central Executive Committee: Filipp Goloshchyokin and Felix Dzerzhinsky. Filipp Goloshchyokin was a Russian-Jewish Bolshevik, while Felix Dzerzhinsky was a Polish Bolshevik revolutionary. An order from the Central Executive Committee to move forward was signed by Sverdlov, which was had been passed on to him by Goloshchyokin. There is no doubt that Jewish Bolsheviks played a prominent role in the execution but the majority of the members of the Central Executive Committee were non-Jews at the time (14 out of 21), who were mostly white Russians.


    The Ural Regional Soviet agreed in a meeting on 29 June that the Romanov family should be executed. Filipp Goloshchyokin arrived in Moscow on 3 July with a message insisting on the Tsar's execution.[76] Only seven of the 21 members of the Central Executive Committee were in attendance, three of whom were Lenin, Sverdlov and Felix Dzerzhinsky.[71] It was agreed that the presidium of the Ural Regional Soviet should organize the practical details for the family's execution and decide the precise day on which it would take place when the military situation dictated it, contacting Moscow for final approval.[77]
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