-- " Вопреки существующему мнению "Русская" революция вовсе не являлась "Русской", это было ни чем инным как иностранной идеологией, поддержанной прежде всего Комитетом 300 и его инструментом, Тавистокским Институтом, насильственно направленной против испуганой, неподготовленной и встревоженной семьи Романовых...
Как заметил Уинстон Черчилль: «Они перевезли Ленина в запечатанном вагоне, как чумную бациллу из Швейцарии в Россию ", а затем «Ленин и Троцкий схватили Россию за волосы»."
-Тавистокский институт человеческих отношений: Формирование морального, духовного, культурного, политического климата для экономического удушения Соединенных Штатов. Стр. 5-8
Documents the author was privileged to study at Wellington House and what was revealed in the Arnold Toynbee papers and Bruce Lockhart's private papers, led to the conclusion that without Toynbee, Bruce Lockhart of MI6 British intelligence and without the complicity of at least five European nations, ostensibly loyal and friendly with the Court at St.Petersburg, the merciless Bolshevik Revolution would have been still-born.
As this account must of necessity be limited to Tavistock's participation in the affair, it will not be as a complete account of the skullduggery we would liked to have presented.
According to Milner's private papers his aides through Tavistock contacted a fellow Socialist Fritz Platten. (Milner was a leading Fabian Socialist although he scorned Sydney and Beatrice Webb.) It was Platten, who planned the logistics of the trip and oversaw it until the revolutionaries arrived in Petrograd.
This was confirmed and borne out by the Wilhelmstrasse Files the majority of which we were able to gain access to, which files were open to certain people qualified to read them. They tallied fairly closely with Bruce Lockhart's account in his private papers as well as what Lord Alfred Milner had to say about the underhand affair that betrayed Russia. It appeared that Milner had many contacts among the Bolshevik expatriates among them, Lenin. It was to Lord Milner that Lenin went, when he needed money for the Revolution. Armed with a letter of introduction from Platten, Lenin met with Lord Milner and laid down his plan for the overthrow of the Romanov's and Christian Russia.
Milner agreed on condition that he could send his a gent Bruce Lockhart of MI6 to supervise the day-to-day affairs and report back on Lenin.
Lord Rothschild and the Rockefellers demanded that they be allowed to send Sydney Reilly to Russia to supervise transfer of Russia's natural resources and the gold rubles held in the Central Bank to London. This was agreed to by Lenin, and later Trotsky.
To seal the bargain, Lord Milner, on behalf of the Rothschilds, gave Lenin 60 millions pounds in gold sovereigns while the Rockefellers contributed around $40 million dollars. Countries in complicity with the "sealed train" affair were Great Britain, Germany, Finland, Switzerland and Sweden.
While the United States was not directly involved, it must have been aware of what was going on. After all, on the orders of President Wilson, a brand new American passport
was issued to Leon Trotsky, (whose real name was Lev Bronstein) so that he could travel in peace, although Trotsky was not a U.S. citizen.
Lenin and his compatriots were provided with a private well-appointed rail carriage by the top German government functionaries and always kept locked by agreements with stations along the line. Platten was in charge and he laid down the rules for the trip, some of which are listed in the Wilhelmstrasse Files: The carriage was to remain locked for the entire trip.
No one could board the carriage without Platten's permission. The train would have extra territorial status. No passports were to be asked at borders. Tickets would be bought at regular prices.
No "security issues" to be raised by the military or police of any country en-route.
According to the Wilhelmstrasse Files, the trip was authorized and approved by General Ludendorff and Kaiser Wilhelm. Ludendorff went so far as to say that if Sweden refused to let the Bolsheviks pass, he would guarantee them passage into Russia through the German lines! As it turned out, the Swedish Government raised no objection and neither did the Finnish Government.
One of the notable revolutionaries, who joined the train when it arrived at the German frontier with Switzerland, was Radek, who was to play a leading role in the bloody Bolshevik Revolution. There were some lighter moments too.
The Wilhelmstrasse Files describe how the carriage missed its engine at Frankfurt, resulting in it being shunted to and for about 8 hours. The party had to de-train in the German Baltic town of Sasnitz where they were accorded "decent accommodateion" by the German Government. The Swedish Government kindly gave them ferry transport to Malmo, from where they sailed to Stockholm, where "nice" accommodation awaited the Bolshevik party for an overnight layover and then it was on to the Finnish border.
There, the intrepid Platten left the high-spirited party and the final journey into Russia was made by train to Petrograd.
Thus an epic journey that began in Zurich, Switzerland, ended in Petrograd. Lenin had arrived on the scene and Russia was about to be brought low. And throughout, Bernays and Lippmann and their associates at Wellington House (Tavistock) kept up a steady flow of brainwashing propaganda that it is safe to conclude, duped much of the world.