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Khazar-Jewish-born Joseph Stalin obscured his birth date to hide his connections to the Rothschilds

Who are you, Joseph Stalin, or what did the DNA analysis of his grandson show?

May 15, 2023

According to the official date of birth, Joseph Dzhugashvili was born on December 9, 1879 (old style) in the Tiflis province, the city of Gori. His family comes from the lower Georgian class.

Researchers of Stalin's biography claim that the leader's date of birth is indicated incorrectly. The registration book discovered in the Assumption Cathedral of Gori records that Joseph Dzhugashvili was born on December 6, 1878, i.e. 1 year and 3 days earlier than the public date of birth. The certificate of completion of the Gori Theological School indicates the same date.

In 1922, Joseph Dzhugashvili officially indicated his date of birth as 1879 in his application form. Although 2 years ago (1920), while filling out information for an interview with one of the Swedish newspapers, Stalin wrote in his own hand that he was born in 1878.

The reason for concealing the exact date of birth, according to Stalin’s grandson, Alexander Burdonsky, is that Joseph Dzhugashvili shared the views of the mystical teachings of George Gurdjieff.

George Gurdjieff.

According to which, astrologers will not be able to find a person’s weaknesses if the date of birth is not known. This means you can’t tell anyone when you were born. But today, most likely, no one will be able to name the true reason that forced Stalin to change his year of birth.

Joseph’s father, Vissarion Ivanovich Dzhugashvili (Beso), and mother, Ekaterina Georgievna Dzhugashvili (Keke), nee Geladze, came from serfdom. From the village Vissarion moved to Tiflis, where he worked as a shoemaker in a shoe factory. Soon he moved to Gori.

Joseph's mother was left without parents at an early age. The girl was raised by relatives. As an adult, Keke was hired in rich houses, where she worked as a servant.

Vissarion and Catherine had three sons, two of whom died as infants.

Parents of Stalin.

The Dzhugashvili family lived in prosperity. From the stories of Joseph Stalin himself, his father owned a shoe workshop where hired workers worked. With the birth of his youngest son (Stalin), discord arose in the family. The father began to drink a lot, and the drunk could not restrain his anger and became a beast. The father not only beat the mother, but also offended little Joseph.
Once Joseph tried to protect his mother from his father’s beatings, but his strength was unequal, and the boy had to ask his relatives for help.

They managed to tie up the enraged Beso, who, sitting on his wife’s chest, strangled her, calling her the most obscene names. Obviously, he had heard rumors that Catherine gave birth to Joseph from another man, otherwise how to explain such aggressive behavior of Vissarion towards his little son and wife. Soon Vissarion drank away his entire fortune, abandoned his family and left. At that time, Joseph (Soso) was 5 years old.

The boy was red-haired and pockmarked. The photo shows that Stalin’s daughter, Svetlana Alliluyeva, is also red-haired and pockmarked:

Svetlana Alliluyeva

One of the beautiful legends attributes Stalin's paternity to the geographer and naturalist Nikolai Przhevalsky. In appearance, there are indeed similarities between men. In addition, popular rumor claims that between expeditions Przhevalsky more than once came to Gori to rest with a familiar prince. On vacation, I met a relative who was unhappy in her marriage to a drunkard shoemaker. A love affair began between a young woman and a geographer, and a boy was born.

N. M. Przhevalsky. Photo from the Internet. In free access.

Przhevalsky helped this child financially until his death. The story would have remained a fiction if not for some coincidences.

Andrei Kapitsa, geographer, son of Nobel Prize laureate Peter Kapitsa, found a letter from his friend Przhevalsky in the archives of his great-grandfather I. Stebnitsky. Nikolai Mikhailovich asked A. Kapitsa’s great-grandfather to help Stalin’s mother when Przhevalsky passed away. And Stebnitsky, indeed, sent money to Ekaterina Georgievna, as indicated by documents dated 1896. Moreover, Joseph left the seminary in the year of I. Stebnitsky’s death, since there was no more money. And Kapitsa believes that Stalin knew that his father was Przhevalsky. He also knew that Kapitsa’s family helped his mother financially. Therefore, according to the scientist, during the repressions Joseph Stalin defended Stebnitsky’s son. Andrei Kapitsa's father allowed his son to publish these facts only after his death.

A. Kapitsa.

A. Kapitsa wrote about this in an article that he kept in his desk. After his death (2011), the article was not published.

There are several more assumptions about the pedigree of Joseph Stalin. One of them is family. Dzhugashvili: “shvili” means “son” in Georgian, and “dzhuga” means Jewish Georgians, descendants of the Khazars. Dzhugashvili is the son of a Jew. The name Joseph also confirmed this assumption.

The Odessa Jew Maurice Ephrussi, whose wife was Alphonse Rothschild’s daughter Beatrice, was also credited with being the father of Joseph Stalin.

Maurice Ephrussi

Beatrice Rothschild

The Rothschilds, through a Russian Jew, tried to expand their business and subordinate oil production around the world. Maurice was sent to Baku to negotiate. The version, at first glance, is unthinkable. Heading to Baku, Ephrussi stopped in Georgia; in Gori, he stayed with his friend, a rich Jew who sold wines. It was in his house that Maurice met Keke in 1887.

According to historians, it was for this reason that Stalin changed his date of birth. So that no one would notice the coincidence between Ephrussi’s arrival in Gori and the real date of birth of the leader of the peoples. It is no coincidence that the revolutionary struggle of the young Dzhugashvili began in Baku, where he launched an uprising in the oil fields. There were even eyewitnesses who heard Stalin say that he was working for the Rothschilds.

To put an end to this issue, the son of Galina Burdonskaya and Vasily Stalin, the grandson of Joseph, Alexander Burdonsky, director, donated DNA.

The analysis showed the haplogroup of the Ossetian classical branch.

Back in 1995, Ossetian researchers Kadalaev and Bagaev, in a joint work, indicated that Joseph Vissarionovich’s grandfather came from South Ossetia to Georgia and began to live in the village of Lilo. The village at that time (1802) belonged to Ossetia, and baptized Ossetians lived there. Georgians welcomed the adoption of the new faith and recognized the newcomers as their own. Later, Ossetian surnames were “Georgianized”: “shvili” was added to them.

Joseph Stalin's father is Ossetian and his mother is Georgian. He also began to consider himself a Georgian. By the way, Stalin spoke Ossetian well, and they called him Soso in Ossetian.