Exposing the Jewish Criminal Lavrentiy Beria

Lavrentiy Pavlovich Beria was a jewish fiend and mass murderer born on March 29th, 1899. Beria was a Bolshevik politician, a state security administrator, chief of the Jewish NKVD between 1939-45 under Stalin (jew) during the great purges, and Deputy Premier from 1946–53. His last name “Beria” is a derivative of the Jewish “Bar” no different from “Barry,” Berry,” they are all Jewish names. Beria was known to speak yiddish, and is noted for talking yiddish with Stalin’s children. Lavrentiy Beria was responsible for many imprisonments, deportations, mass killings, personally torturing people, and multiple accounts of rape and sexual assault.

In 1922, Beria was deputy head of the Georgian branch of the Cheka’s successor, the OGPU. The word “Cheka” is a Yiddish expression for animal slaughter. The Checka, OGPU, GPU, NKVD, KGB are all jewish security forces, whose soul purpose is to follow the wretched orders of the jews in charge. In the 1920s and early 1930s Beria quickly climbed his way up through the ranks of the Cheka and its successors: the GPU, the OGPU and later the NKVD. He ruthlessly blackmailed officials in order to gain political backing and promotions. He would often set up his superiors with married women and then exposed the affairs, ruining them and then taking their posts when they resigned in disgrace. He was seen as vicious in his means to gain power and climb the ranks, but it would also seem that wherever he went, people died or were reported missing.

Jewish Bolshevism

When Stalin’s purge of the Communist Party and government began in 1934 after the assassination of Leningrad party boss Sergei Kirov ( December 1, 1934), Beria ran the purges in Transcaucasia, and used it as an opportunity to settle many old scores. Beria would murder as many old Bolsheviks as he could, thus eliminating as many of Stalin’s old political rivals as possible and going so far as to order the mass executions of several thousand political prisoners he had already sent to detention camps. He supervised a purge of the secret service bureaucracy itself and administered the vast network of labour camps or Gulags set up throughout the country. Under Beria, over 500 NKVD agents and 30,000 Red Army officers were executed. In addition, the NKVD was responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of ordinary Soviet citizens which were convicted of high treason by false, and absurd accusations.

The Great Terror

In June 1937 Beria said in a speech, “Let our enemies know that anyone who attempts to raise a hand against the will of our people (the jews), against the will of the party of Lenin (jew) and Stalin (jew), will be mercilessly crushed and destroyed ”…. And under Beria’s orders a massive terror ensued. Beria, himself greatly enjoyed beating, torturing, raping and killing many victims.

In September, Beria was appointed head of the Main Administration of State Security (GUGB) of the NKVD, and in November he succeeded Yezhov (jew) as NKVD head (Yezhov was executed in 1940). The NKVD was purged next, with half its personnel replaced by Beria loyalists. Beria was a “do what I say, or I’ll kill you and your family,” type of person…Excuse me, type of jew.

In 1938 Joseph Stalin told Nikolai Yezhov that he needed some help in running the People’s Commissariat for Internal Affairs (NKVD) and asked him to choose someone. Simon Sebag Montefiore commented: “Stalin may have wanted a Caucasian, perhaps convinced that the cut-throat traditions of the mountains – blood feuds, vendettas and secret murders – suited the position. Beria was a natural, the only First Secretary who personally tortured his victims. The blackjack – the zhgtrti – and the truncheon – the dubenka – were his favourite toys (there both baton like weapons).

In March 1939, Beria became a candidate member of the Communist Party’s Politburo (Many of the members were jewish). Although he did not become a full member until 1946, he was already one of the senior leaders of the Soviet state. Beria is noted for being very easy on and even benevolent towards the Jews. Even though some sources try and state that some of the Soviet Union and Stalin were anti semitic, this is not true. Stalin was jewish, and many of the Soviet Union leaders were jews and others under the control of jews.

The Katyn massacre, also known as the Katyn Forest massacre took place in 1940, and was a series of mass executions of Polish nationals and military officers, but there were also intelligentsia, doctors, priests and others carried out by the Soviet secret jewish police NKVD. Based on Lavrenty Beria’s proposal to execute all members of the Polish Officer Corps, dated 5 March 1940. With Stalin’s approval, Beria’s NKVD executed a total of over 22,000 people, but the most commonly cited estimate was 21,768. Having retaken the Katyn area almost immediately after the Red Army had recaptured Smolensk, around September–October 1943, NKVD forces began a cover-up operation. Witnesses were “interviewed”, and threatened with arrest for collaborating with the Nazis if their testimonies disagreed with the official line. As none of the documents found on the dead had dates later than April 1940, the Soviet secret police planted false evidence to place the apparent time of the massacre in the summer of 1941, when the German military had controlled the area. A preliminary report was issued by NKVD operatives Vsevolod Merkulov and Sergei Kruglov, dated 10–11 January 1944, concluding that the Polish officers were shot by German soldiers (jewish lie).

Adolf Hitler man of peace

From October 1940 to February 1942, the NKVD under Beria carried out a new purge of the Red Army and related industries. In February 1941, Beria became Deputy Chairman of the Council of People’s Commissars. (many of the commissars were jewish)

In 1944, as the Germans were driven from Soviet soil, Beria was in charge of dealing with the various ethnic minorities accused of collaboration with the Nazis, including the Chechens, the Ingush, the Crimean Tatars and the Volga Germans. All these people were deported to Soviet Central Asia. Beria had also sent out an order to deport 132,000 people from Leningrad, the NKVD had only time to arrest and deport 11,000 soviet citizens of German origin before the German army units forced a suspension of the deportations.

A jewish empire of camps

Beria was made Marshal of the USSR in 1945, although he never participated in any military operations. He was also a member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party and of the executive policy-making body, the Politburo, in March of 1946.

Shortly after the atomic bombings of Japan by the US in 1945, Stalin ordered Beria, to have the A-bomb built within five years. A special department was set up at the NKVD, called “Department S” (also known as Bureau #2) to consolidate the research efforts and organize documents gathered about the U.S. A-bomb project through intelligence channels in a successful Soviet espionage campaign . His most important contribution was to provide the necessary workforce for this project, which was extremely labour-intensive. At least 330,000 people, including 10,000 technicians, were involved. The Gulag system provided tens of thousands of people for work in uranium mines and for the construction and operation of uranium processing plants and test facilities. As a result, the bomb was ready within four years.

The Nuclear nightmare

Later in the memoirs of Nikita Khrushchev he recalled: “Beria and I started to see each other frequently at Stalin’s. At first I liked him. We had friendly chats and even joked together quite a bit, but gradually his political complexion came clearly into focus. I was shocked by his sinister, two-faced, scheming hypocrisy. “ If Khrushchev’s description of Beria doesn’t say much, it was rumored that Beria was the only person Joseph Stalin was afraid of…

Khrushchev also wrote that Beria had, immediately after Stalin’s stroke, gone about “spewing hatred against [Stalin] and mocking him.” When Stalin showed signs of consciousness, Beria dropped to his knees and kissed his hand. When Stalin fell unconscious again, Beria immediately stood and spat. After Stalin’s death, Beria was appointed First Deputy Premier and reappointed head of the MVD, which he merged with the MGB.

Beria wanted an alliance with Israel to advance the communist cause in the Middle East. Large amounts of Czech arms were sold to Israel on his direct orders. Beria (along with Mikoyan) also worked with Mao Zedong (funded by jews) in the Chinese Civil War. Greatly helping the communist success by letting the Communist Party of China use Soviet-occupied Manchuria as a staging area and arranging huge weapons shipments to the People’s Liberation Army, mainly from the recently captured equipment of the Japanese Kwantung Army.

Jewish Bolshevism

On 26 June 1953, Beria was arrested and held in an undisclosed location near Moscow. Accounts of Beria’s fall vary. Beria and all the other defendants were sentenced to death on December 23, 1953. At Beria’s trial in 1953, it became known that he was the subject of a significant number of rape and sexual assaults. In 2003 his cases files in the Soviet archives were opened. They recorded Beria had committed dozens of sexual assaults during the years he was NKVD chief. Simon Sebag-Montefiore, a biographer of Stalin, concluded the information “reveals a sexual predator who used his power to indulge himself in obsessive depravity.” There were also many allegations that he had contracted syphilis.

These records contained the official testimony from Colonel R.S. Sarkisov and Colonel V. Nadaraia, two of Beria’s most senior NKVD bodyguards. They stated that on warm nights during the war years, Beria was often driven slowly through the streets of Moscow in his armored Packard limousine. He would point out young women to be detained and escorted to his mansion where wine and a feast awaited them (while many others starved). After dining, Beria would take the women into his soundproofed office and rape them. Beria’s bodyguards reported that their orders included handing each victim a flower bouquet as she left Beria’s house. The implication being that to accept made it consensual; refusal would mean arrest. But there are reports of Beria calling the bouquet a funeral wreath, as a sick joke, because he in some cases not only would rape the women but kill them.

Khrushchev in his published memoirs wrote: “We were given a list of more than 100 names of women. They were dragged to Beria by his people. And he had the same trick for them all: all who got to his house for the first time, Beria would invite for a dinner and would propose to drink for the health of Stalin. And in wine, he would mix in some sleeping pills.

Some women would submit to Beria’s sexual advances in exchange for the promise of freeing their relatives from the Gulag. In one case, Beria picked up Tatiana Okunevskaya – a well-known Soviet actress – under the pretence of bringing her to perform for the Politburo. Instead he took her to his dacha where he offered to free her father and grandmother from NKVD prison if she submitted. He then raped her telling her “scream or not, it doesn’t matter.” Yet Beria already knew her relatives had been executed months earlier. Okunevskaya was arrested shortly afterwards and sentenced to solitary confinement in the Gulag, from which she survived.

Prior to and during the war, Beria directed Sarkisov to keep a running list of the names and phone numbers of his sexual encounters. Eventually he ordered Sarkisov to destroy the list because it was a security risk, but the colonel retained a secret handwritten copy. When Beria’s fall from power began, Sarkisov passed the list to Viktor Abakumov, the former wartime head of SMERSH. He was now chief of the MGB – the successor to the NKVD – who was already aggressively building a case against Beria. Stalin, who was also seeking to undermine Beria, was thrilled by the detailed records kept by Sarkisov, demanding: “Send me everything this asshole writes down!”Sarkisov reported that Beria’s sexual appetite had led to him contracting syphilis during the war for which he was secretly treated without the knowledge of Stalin or the Politburo (a fact Beria later admitted during his interrogation). Although the Russian government acknowledged Sarkisov’s handwritten list of Beria’s victims on January 17, 2003, the victims’ names will not be released until 2028. Jews think that delaying the evidence will make people forget the crimes of this jewish beast. When the jews massacred Palestinians and stole their land, they’re quoted for saying “The old will die, and the young will forget.”

Bodies have been discovered that are contemporary with Beria’s bestial rapes. Evidence suggests that Beria not only abducted and raped women but also murdered them. His villa in Moscow is now the Tunisian Embassy. In the mid 1990s, routine work in the grounds turned up the bone remains of several young girls buried in the gardens.According to Martin Sixsmith, in a BBC documentary, “Beria spent his nights having teenagers abducted from the streets and brought here for him to rape. Those who resisted were strangled and buried in his wife’s rose garden.

“At night he would cruise the streets of Moscow seeking out teenage girls,” Antonov-Ovseyenko has said in an interview. “When he saw one who took his fancy he would have his guards deliver her to his house. Sometimes he would have his henchmen bring five, six or seven girls to him. He would make them strip, except for their shoes, and then force them into a circle on their hands and knees with their heads together. He would walk around in his dressing gown inspecting them. Then he would pull one out by her leg and haul her off to rape her. He called it “the flower game.”

Beria is known to have personally tortured and killed many victims in the purges, particularly women. The graves of many of these people were subsequently discovered in the garden and cellars of his Moscow residence, now the Tunisian Embassy. In 2001 human bones were found concealed behind the kitchen walls when the building was renovated. In the cellars the walls are in places scorched black where, it is said, Beria used a blowtorch to torture confessions out of his victims.

Beria was found guilty of: (Although guilty of so much more)

– Treason.

– Terrorism. Beria’s participation in the Purge of the Red Army in 1941 was classified as an act of terrorism.

– Counter-revolutionary activity during the Russian Civil War.

When the death sentence was passed, Beria pleaded on his knees for mercy before collapsing to the floor and wailing and crying, but to no avail. The other six defendants were executed by firing squad on the same day the trial ended. Beria was executed separately. He was shot through the forehead by General Pavel Batitsky who had to stuff a rag into Beria’s mouth to silence his bawling (his final moments bore great similarity to those of his own predecessor, NKVD Chief Nikolai Yezhov (jew), who begged for his life before his execution in 1940).

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Like Stalin, Beria was a Mingrelian from Georgia. He was born into a Jewish family, in Merkheuli, near Sukhumi in the Abkhazian region of Georgia. He was educated at a technical school in Sukhumi, and is recorded as having joined the Bolshevik Party in March 1917 while an engineering student in Baku. (Some sources say that the Baku Party records are forgeries and that Beria actually joined the Party in 1919. It is also alleged that Beria joined and then deserted from the Red Army at this time, but this has not been established.)

In 1999 the Russian historian Anton Antonov-Ovseyenko published Beria, the first fully researched biography of Beria. This book confirmed what had long been claimed by anti-Soviet writers, and alluded to in Khrushchev’s autobiography, but not generally believed: that in addition to his leading role in repression by the Soviet state, Beria was also a sadist and a sexual predator.









– [Reference: Commissar: The Life and Death of Lavrenty Pavlovich Beria by Thaddeus Wittlin © 1972].

-Teloc Vovim