Rakovsky belonged to the powerful Trotskyite faction that took their orders from the Rothschilds. Many of this group were shot in Stalin's1937 Communist Party purge.
The circumstances of the midnight interrogation Jan. 26, 1938 were verydramatic.
What could Rakovsky possibly say to save his life?
Rakovsky appears to use the tactic of "deceiving with the truth." He winstrust by revealing the truth but leaves some of it out. He tries to impresshis interrogator that he and Trotsky represent an invincible power hecalls the
"Capitalist-Communist Financial International."
He confirms that the "revolutionary movement" was designed to enlistsupport by pretending to serve mankind's moral and collective ideals.The real aim however is to give total world power to the bankers bydividing society and undermining established authority."Revolution" really means, "overturning" Western civilization."Christianity is our only real enemy since all the political and economicphenomena of the bourgeois states are only its consequences,"Rakovsky, says. (Griffin, p. 264)Peace is "counter-revolutionary" since it is war that paves the way for revolution.Rakovsky, whose tongue was loosened by a mild inebriant in his wine,refers to the Illuminati as "they" or "them." He is a member although notpart of the inner circle.He explains that the "Illuminati" is a Masonic secret society dedicated toCommunism. Significantly, its founder Adam Weishaupt took the namefrom "the second anti-Christian conspiracy of that era, gnosticism." (249)
HOW THIS GRIPPING ACCOUNT SURFACED