Russian police manual blames Jews for USSR breakup


A textbook on Russian history, used at a major Russian police academy, openly blames Jews for many of the troubles Russia has experienced in the course of its history, a Rusian daily has revealed.

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tudents at the St. Petersburg Interior Ministry University have recently been given new manuals on Russian history, the Vremya Novostey daily reports Monday.

The textbook, entitled “The history of Russia’s state and law. 1985-1991”, covers the Soviet period in Russia’s history with specific stress on the Perestroika years. Its author, a Mr. Drozhin, is a professor at the Interior Ministry University, and he doesn’t hesitate to say who should be blamed for the USSR failure.

The paper quotes several statements from the textbook.

“Zionists physically eliminated Stalin.”

“The fall of the USSR and appearance of the CIS on its territory made Hitler’s dream come true. What the German Nazism couldn’t do, Zionism managed to accomplish.”

“Speaking at the Israeli parliament in February 1992, Gorbachev–Garber said, ‘Everything I did to the Soviet Union I did in the name of our God Moses”.

The textbook has been approved without limitations by the St. Petersburg Interior Ministry University, one of Russia’s largest universities training law-enforcement staff.

Anti-Semitism and xenophobia continue to persist in the Russian society, in spite of being severely criticized at the official level.

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