Soviets founded state of Israel and Zionism; Balfour declaration a decoy

NEW YORK—11/29/1947—Andrei Gromyko, Soviet representative to the United Nations, is shown as he spoke in favor of an immediate vote on the Palestine partition plan at today’s history-making session of the U.N. General Assembly at Flushing Meadows. Despite opposition by several other delegates, the asembly voted approval by a Soviet-dominated two-thirds majority of the plan to partition Palestine into independent Arab and Jewish states.

By Timothy Fitzpatrick
March 8, 2024 Anno Domini

The rhetoric that Zionist Israel is a colonialist Anglo-American creation is a cover story for the Soviet procurement, financing, and staffing of the Marxist state of Israel.

It seems that this cover story is part of the Soviets’ Operation SIG (Zionist government), whose aim is to frame the West and white Europeans for any perceived evils coming from the Zionist movement and the state of Israel in preparation for the discrediting and eventual destruction of the West to make way for Soviet world imperium.

Soviet-born Golda Meir, Israel’s eventual fourth Prime Minister, sits next to Stalin’s representative at the United Nations Andrei Gromyko in 1948.

Israel was founded on May 13, 1948 by the recently Soviet-founded United Nations and its Partition Plan for Palestine (Resolution 181), and the Soviets were the first power to officially recognize de jure Israel.[1] On 29 November 1947, Soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko (suspected crypto-Jew[2]) stood up at the podium before the U.N. General Assembly in New York and called for the partition of Palestine into Jewish and Arab states following a long speech about how badly the Jews had been done to and the horrors of the Holocaust. The Assembly then cast their votes, with 33 nations voting in favour, 13 against, and 10 more abstaining. Of those 33 in favour, 16 were either Soviet Bloc countries or had Euro-Communist styled “social democrat” governments (another three countries voting yes to the partition plan had masonic-led governments). The socialists/Communists won the vote for “Israel”. They were the deciding factor. With the majority Soviet Bloc swinging the vote, Israel would not have been founded, regardless of the United States (a reluctant “yes” vote under duress) and Great Britain (abstained from vote).

“Stalin then organized the Eastern European Communist states to vote for the creation of Israel as the decisive bloc that provided the two-thirds majority needed for victory in the UN vote of November 29, 1947,” admitted Israel’s Ynet News in its 2015 article The Soviet Union’s forgotten role in the creation of Israel.[3]

The Soviet hammer and sickle denotes countries of the Soviet bloc and countries with socialist governments that voted in favour of the United Nations Partition Plan which created the state of Israel in 1948.

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s deranged strategist Aleksandr Dugin said, “at a definite stage these ‘red-brown’ Jewish Eurasianists also have prepared the creation of the state of Israel, having started under the direction (and the approval) of Moscow.”[4]

President Harry Truman (freemason), representing the United States, voted yes; although, the American nod was coerced with the help of pestering American Jews in Washington. Truman’s administration warned him about Soviet manipulation.[5]

“Truman was opposed by his own administration and especially by the top officials of the State Department, then led by Secretary of State Marshall, all of whom who were afraid the Arab nations would be driven into the Soviet bloc and, subsequently, close off their oil wells, which, in turn, would bring the industry and economic growth of the superpower to a halt.”

Marshall sensed what was to come of the partition plan.

Further reluctance to granting Jewish statehood was displayed by Truman when he boldly sated, “Jesus Christ couldn’t please them when he was here on earth, so how could anyone expect that I would have any luck?”[6]

This should put to rest Soviet-seeded lies about Zionism being an extension of Anglo-American imperialism (colonialism) and the strategically placed “ZOG” narrative designed to mislead as to the true nature of the Jewish-masonic conspiracy. The West is not to blame whatsoever. Subsequent British-American policies supporting Israel and Zionism up to present time are under duress due to further Judeo-masonic and KGB subversion of their governments and the deceiving of Western masses as to the true purpose of supporting Israel and Zionism (the draining of Western resources for ultimate Soviet gain, technology transfers to hostile Eastern powers via Israel [like the U.S. traitor Jonathan Pollard], and the displacement of mostly Islamic hordes for eventual subversive placement in Western nations to disrupt the Christian fabric of society). It seems that Anglo-American support for Israel post 1948 is under the false impression that supporting Israel would curtail the spread of Islam and its Jihadist ways. Had this actually been the case, Western support for Zionism would have been justified; however, we now know that Jewry strategically has been supporting Islamic expansion as revenge against Christianity.

Lord Balfour’s insignificant declaration.

Those who object to the facts of Israel’s founding—those hell bent on blaming the “Anglo-American establishment” for all the world’s problems might argue that although the British abstained from partition plan vote, the Balfour Declaration provided the substance for the eventual formation of the Zionist state. This also isn’t accurate. The idea of a post-Christ Jewish homeland in the Middle East was not new and not Western. In 1881, Russian Jew Leon Pinsker (Lev Semyonovich Pinsker) founded the Rothschild-backed Lovers of Zion (Hibbat Zion), whose aim was to foster Jewish emigration from Russia to Palestine in reaction to Russia’s pogroms. Pinsker’s Zionist organization was only one of several founded by Russian and Eastern European Jews at that time. In 1890, the anti-Jewish Russia Tsar even granted charity status to Pinsker’s The Society for the Support of Jewish Farmers and Artisans in Syria and Eretz Israel, also known as the Odessa Committee (composed of some 4,000 members). Pinsker died a year later and the Committee was eventually absorbed by Theodore Herzl’s World Zionist Organization after the First Zionist Congress in 1897 (from which the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion are believed to have originated). Without these Eurasian-based Zionist organizations, it’s unlikely that Israel would have been founded, especially considering Rothschild’s failed attempt to get the British to see the project through. The British eventually became aware, to some degree, of the true nature of the Zionist movement and called World Zionist Organization president Chaim Weizmann and his group “Communists”.[7] Even just after Balfour declared for the Zionist state, the British continued to support Arab independence in Palestine. Providing further reluctance to the British were the routine assassinations and public hangings of British troops in Mandatory Palestine by fanatical Marxist Jewish terrorists—all tied in some way to the plethora of Eurasian-based Zionist organizations (these same Marxist Jewish terrorists went on to found Israel’s defense organizations, like Mossad. Former Mossad officer Juval Aviv admitted that “Mossad…it’s an old Russian school”). By 1947, Balfour’s declaration in support of a Jewish homeland had faded from the memory of a weary British establishment. They had had enough. They withdrew from Palestine and refused to vote in favour of Stalin’s Soviet Zionist initiative. World Jewry had repaid British peacekeeping in Palestine with treason and murder and created a void just waiting to be filled by Stalin and the Soviets.

“Stalin hoped that Israel’s creation would lead to chaos in the region and bring about the downfall of the British Empire; and that Israel, with strong socialist leadership, might become a quasi-satellite of the Soviet Union.”[8]

With nearly every single Prime Minister of Israel, even up to current PM Binyamin Netanyahu, being Soviet derived[9] and the Marxist-styled society that developed in Israel after 1948[10], it appears that Stalin’s wishes came true.

Israeli Prime Minister David Ben Gurion admitted “that without the Soviet arms, the state would never have survived the onslaught of five Arab armies.”[11]

Soviet-created anti-Zionist leaflets dropped in Syria depict Israel and the “evil West” running ISIS, as propaganda to agitate the Muslims against West. This propaganda, put out under Vladimir Putin’s reign, is evidence of the continuation of Yuri Andropov’s Operation SIG, officially started during the 1960s.

Romanian Soviet defector Ion Mihai Pacepa claimed that the use of Israel as a Communist weapon against the capitalist West continued well after Stalin and that then KGB head Yuri Andropov executed Operation SIG to really draw out Soviet-styled anti-colonialism in the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, and the Islamic world in general. That idea was that if the Soviets could use Israel to very visibly Balkanize the Middle East (as outlined in the Oded Yinon Plan) under the banner of the Balfour Declaration and the West, the Soviets could achieve control in the region while the West would be blamed for the genocide and human rights violations the Soviets themselves had implemented. Meanwhile, the anti-Zionist world, unaware that the Soviets were orchestrating the entire thing, would come to the Soviet side in the hopes of being liberated from supposed colonialist “Zionist oppression”. Arab support for the Soviets would allow the Soviets to further penetrate Islamic Jihad movements and arm and control the Arab side of the conflict, in accordance with the Leninist-styled dialectical method[12]. Andropov’s deceptive plan would not only turn the Arab world against the West, it would also help radicalize the West’s burgeoning Leftist movement against its own “Zionist occupied” governments, creating further destabilization of Western societies.

Stalin’s use of the Zionist state in the Communist offensive would reach levels that perhaps even he couldn’t have imagined. What started out as perhaps only a device to stick it to the British evolved into a highly sophisticated dialectic that has been a thorn in the side of the West ever since. It has directly contributed to the West’s ongoing demise and is uplifting the Eurasianist neo-Soviet East to be the single world superpower.

“Let’s agree with the formation of Israel. It will be like an awl in the ass for the Arab states and make them turn their backs on Britain… British influence will be completely undermined in Egypt, Syria, Turkey and Iraq,” Stalin said.[13]

Propaganda poster of the Communist Party Palestine calling for support for Stalin and the Red Army (“defender of humanity and the Jewish people”) in WWII


  1. Lokshin, Alexander, Soviet Union and Israel: From Recognition to Severing Diplomatic Relations (1948–1953), Lechaim Magazine, May 14, 2023 –
  2. List of disguised Jews
  3. Adelman, Jonathan, The Soviet Union’s forgotten role in the creation of Israel, Dec. 12, 2015, Ynet News –
  4. Dugin on the Jews –
  5. Huvila, Risto, President Truman and UN Vote 1947 – Blessing or Curse?, Times of Israel, November 30, 2019 –
  6. ibid
  7. Gorodetsky, Gabriel, The Soviet Union and the Creation of the State of Israel, pg. 4, Tel Aviv University, 2001
  8. Adelman, Jonathan, The Soviet Union’s forgotten role in the creation of Israel, Dec. 12, 2015, Ynet News
  9. Bernstein, Jack, The Life of An American Jew in Racist Marxist Israel, The New York—Moscow—Tel Aviv Triangle, 1984 –
  10. Bernstein, Jack, The Life of An American Jew in Racist Marxist Israel, 1984 –
  11. Adelman, Jonathan, The Soviet Union’s forgotten role in the creation of Israel, Dec. 12, 2015, Ynet News
  12. Bernstein, Jack, My Farewell to Israel, the Thorn in the Mideast, Pro-American Press, 1985 –
  13. Lokshin, Alexander, Soviet Union and Israel: From Recognition to Severing Diplomatic Relations (1948–1953), Lechaim Magazine, May 14, 2023


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