by Scott Humor

In the Saturday news program titled the Saturday Vesti [News] with Sergey Brilyov, the Russian journalist rebuffs a Russophobic statement made by the UK former foreign secretary Boris Johnson.

 

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In his opinion piece titled Ditch Chequers or prepare for a crazed Corbynista takeover, Boris Johnson claims that a graffiti found on a wall somewhere in London, depicting the New Wold order as a group of Jews sitting around a table resting on a pile of dead bodies, being ‘anti-Semitic’ like it’s from “the Soviet Russia in the 1920s.”

Responding to Boris Johnson blaming the Soviet Russia for anti- Semitism, Sergey Brilyov says that “Let me remind you that in the Soviet Russia of 1920s, 5 out of 9 members of the Politburo of the Bolsheviks’ Central Committee were Jews: Trotsky-Bronstein, Zinoviev, born Hirsch Apfelbaum (Ovsei-Gershon Aronovich Radomyslsky), Kamenev-Rosenfeld, Sokolnikov-Brilliantof, Sverdlov, and Lenin, who was a Jew per his mother. What kind of ‘anti-Semitism’ could exist in Russia in 1920s? Most likely, it was something completely opposite.”

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