Here is a list of some of the Jews involved in carrying out the Russian, Bolshevik Revolution. It was a Jewish Communist Revolution which subsequently saw many White Christians slaughtered and starved to death. These events are known as Bloody Sunday and the Holodomor.
“Lev Borisovich Kamenev (born Leo Rosenfeld or Lev Borisovich Rozenfeld; 18 July [ O.S. 6 July] 1883 – 25 August 1936) was a Bolshevik revolutionary and a prominent Soviet politician.”
“Grigory Yevseyevich Zinoviev (born Hirsch Apfelbaum, 23 September [ O.S. 11 September] 1883 – 25 August 1936), known also under the name Ovsei-Gershon Aronovich Radomyslsky, was a Russian revolutionary and politician. He was an Old Bolshevik and a close associate of Vladimir Lenin.”
Sverdlov was born in Nizhny Novgorod as Yakov-Aaron Mikhailovich Sverdlov to Jewish parents, Mikhail Izrailevich Sverdlov and Elizaveta Solomonova. His father was a politically active engraver who produced forged documents and stored arms for the revolutionary underground. He was a Bolshevik Party administrator and chairman of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee from 1917 to 1919. He is sometimes regarded as the first head of state of the Soviet Union although it was not established until 1922, three years after his death. He is also known as Yankel Solomon, a Polish Jew. He is said to have given the order to assassinate the Imperial Family.
Yakov Mikhailovich Yurovsky (Russian: Я́ков Миха́йлович Юро́вский; 19 June [O.S. 7 June] 1878 – 2 August 1938) was a Russian Old Bolshevik and a Soviet Revolutionary. He was best known as the chief executioner of Emperor Nicholas II of Russia, his family, and four retainers on the night of 17 July 1918.
Ephraim Markovich Sklyansky (Russian: Эфраим Маркович Склянский) (August 12 [O.S. July 31] 1892 – August 27, 1925) was a Soviet revolutionary and statesman. He was one of the founders of the Red Army, an associate of Leon Trotsky
Lev Davidovich Bronstein (7 November [ O.S. 26 October] 1879 – 21 August 1940), better known as Leon Trotsky (/ ˈtrɒtski /), was a Russian Marxist revolutionary, political theorist and politician. Ideologically a communist, he developed a variant of Marxism which has become known as Trotskyism.
Radek was born in Lemberg, Austria-Hungary (now Lviv in Ukraine), as Karol Sobelsohn, to a Jewish Litvak family; his father, Bernhard, worked in the post office and died whilst Karl was young.  : 2 He took the name Radek from a favourite character, Andrzej Radek , in Syzyfowe prace (‘The Labors of Sisyphus’, 1897) by Stefan Żeromski . He was a Marxist active in the Polish and German social democratic movements before World War I and an international Communist leader in the Soviet Union after the Russian Revolution.
Karl Paul August Friedrich Liebknecht (German: [ˈliːpknɛçt] (); 13 August 1871 – 15 January 1919) was a German socialist politician and theorist, originally of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) and later a co-founder with Rosa Luxemburg of the Spartacist League and the Communist Party of Germany, which split from the SPD after World War I. He is said to have been Jewish on his mother’s side of the family.
Béla Kun (Cohen) was a Hungarian communist activist and politician who governed the Hungarian Soviet Republic in 1919. After attending Franz Joseph University at Kolozsvár, Kun worked as a journalist before the First World War. He died
August 29, 1938, Kommunarka shooting ground, Moscow, Soviet Union, (today Russia).
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurt_Eisner (Adolf Hitler’s beloved mentor and teacher)
Kurt Eisner was born in Berlin on 14 May 1867, to Emanuel Eisner and Hedwig Levenstein, both Jewish. He was a German politician, revolutionary, journalist, and theatre critic. As a socialist journalist, he organized the Socialist Revolution that overthrew the Wittelsbach monarchy in Bavaria in November 1918, which led to him being described as “the symbol of the Bavarian revolution”.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eugen_Levin%C3%A9 (Adolf Hitler’s handler)
Eugen Leviné was a German communist revolutionary and one of the leaders of the short-lived Bavarian Council,the son of wealthy Jewish parents, born in St Petersberg, Russia, on 10th May 1883. His father, Julius Levine, was a self-made man who had amassed a large fortune.
Moisei Solomonovich Uritsky was a Bolshevik revolutionary leader in Russia. After the October Revolution, he was Chief of Cheka of Petrograd City. Uritsky was assassinated by Leonid Kannegisser, a military cadet, who was executed shortly afterwards.
Yakov Saulovich Agranov (Russian: Я́ков Сау́лович Агра́нов) (born Yankel Samuilovich Sorenson; 1893 – 1938) was the first chief of Soviet Main Directorate of State Security and a deputy of NKVD chief Genrikh Yagoda.
Mikhail Abramovich Trilisser (Russian: Ме́ер Абра́мович Трили́ссер; born Meier Abramovich Trilisser) (1 April 1883, in Astrakhan – 2 February 1940), also known by the pseudonym Moskvin (Russian: Москви́н), was a Soviet chief of the Foreign Department of the Cheka and the OGPU. Later, he worked for the NKVD as a covert bureau chief and Comintern leader.
The list of Bolshevik Jews in the Administration is endless and it would be tedious to list them all. For instance, there were several others like, Grigori Indenbaum, Lazar Kaganovic and Genrikh Yagoda, Benjamin Gerrsen and M. M. Lutsky, but I’ll leave the rest up to you readers to delve into the horrors committed by these Jews.
I must warn you, though. The lies, excuses and fabrications given by many Jews are innumerable.