In Russia proper the two most powerful front men, Stalin and Molotov, were married to Jewesses. Stalin's wife (his third) was the sister of Kaganovich, the Jewish Commissar of Heavy Industries and dictator over all the great industrial cities of slave labor. (It has been estimated that |Kaganovich worked 15 to 20 million non-Jews. He employed many of his kinsmen in his bureaucracy, but he does not enslave Jews.) There was increasing suspicion that Stalin himself was Jewish. He had always been considered a Semitic-Mongoloid mixture, perhaps non-Jewish. Many Jews, however, believed him to be one of them, and a columnist in the Los Angeles B'nai B'rith Messenger, March 3, 1950, col. 2, p. 5 wrote: "A former Soviet general claims that Joseph Stalin is of Jewish ancestry."
Many White Russians who fled the Bolsheviki say Stalin was a Jew. One, a captain in the Czar's armies, stated that he knew Stalin in their boyhood and that Stalin's father (Djugashvili) was "a Jewish cobbler."
Josef Stalin (real name Iosif Dzhugashvili) altered census figures to hid the millions of famine deaths when the Ukraine and northern Caucasus region had an extremely poor harvest in 1932, just as Stalin was demanding heavy requisitions of grain to sell abroad to finance his industrialization programs which was on top of enforced collective farming of 1929.
Researcher Wayne McGuire of Harvard University writes: "Lenin was a Jew by the standards of Israel's Law of Return: he possessed a Jewish grandparent. It would seem that not only was Lenin a Jew, but that he was a Jewish racist and chauvinist, although he kept his ideas on this volatile subject far in the background, probably because they were in radical conflict with the supposed universalism of Marxism...Lenin was a Jewish racist who deliberately gave Jews especially, the most 'intellectually demanding tasks.' He admitted that 50% of the communist terrorist vanguard in the south and west of Russia was comprised of Jews."