Names Are Very Revealing

Which is why the evil ones among us quite commonly change their names. Directly from Wikipedia.org comes the following list of some of the Ashkenazi among us. To be honest, there were a great many very talented people among this people group who are not included here. My only objective is to point out the ones who have and continue to have our harm in mind. I have also included in this list a couple of Ashkenazi Jews who themselves saw the evil among them – and fought against them.

Sigmund Freud, neurologist, founder of psycho-analysis g

Victor Adler, socialist politician, born in Prague

Madeleine Albright 64th United States Secretary of State

Ludwig Czech, leader and several times minister for the German Social Democratic Workers Party in the Czechoslovak Republic

Jan Fischer, Prime Minister Czech Republic (2009)

Bruno Kafka German-speaking Jewish Czech politician, leader  of the Czechoslovak German Democratic Liberal Party.

Rudolf Slánský Communist politician and the party’s General Secretary  II

Michael Žantovský, politician, ambassador to Israel in July 2003

Vladimír Železný media businessman and politician, member of the European Parliament, founder of TV NOVA

Leó Frankel, one of the leaders of the Paris Commune

Tivadar Herzl (Theodore Herzl), spiritual founder of Israel

Max Nordau, co-founder of the World Zionist Organization

Joseph Pulitzer, newspaper publisher

Sándor Radó Switzerland-based Soviet spy in World War II

Mátyás Rákosi, de facto leader of Hungary, 1947–1956

Vilmos Vázsonyi, first Jewish Justice Minister of Hungary

George Soros, Hungarian-American investor and philanthropist

Andrew Grove, one of the founders and the CEO of Intel

Adolph Zukor, founder of Paramount Pictures

András Gróf (Andrew Grove), pioneer of the semiconductor industry, CEO of Intel

Gedeon Richter, pharmaceuticals – inventor & industrialist

Elie Wiesel  (1986-2016) Nobel Peace Prize winner; Nazi Hunter

Menachem Begin, Israeli prime minister, Nobel Laureate, 1978

David Ben-Gurion (1886–1973), Israeli prime minister

Naftali Bennett, Israeli politician, former software entrepreneur

Jakub Berman Polish communist, in charge of State Security Services (Urząd Bezpieczeństwa, UB), the largest and the most notorious secret police force in the history of the People’s Republic of Poland,

Ludwik Dorn,  Polish politician, a speaker of the Sejm

Bronisław Geremek, Polish social historian, politician, former Minister of Foreign Affairs

Barry Goldwater, American politician and businessman

Shlomo Goren, Chief Rabbi of the Military Rabbinate of the IDF

Julian Klaczko (1825–1906), Polish politician

Herman Lieberman, Polish politician, former Minister of Justice

Stefan Meller, Polish diplomat, former Minister of Foreign Affairs

David Miliband, British foreign affairs minister

Ed Miliband, British politician, Leader of the Labour Party

Lewis Bernstein Namier (1888–1960), British politician

Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel

Shimon Peres, Israeli prime minister and president

Adam Daniel Rotfeld, Polish researcher, diplomat, and former Minister of Foreign Affairs in Israel

Yitzhak Shamir, former Israeli prime minister  

Zalman Shazar, Israeli President 1963 to 1973

Avraham Stern, poet, politician, hero, murdered by British secret service agent in Tel Aviv

Stanisław Stroński (1882–1955), Polish politician

Samuel A. Weiss (1902–1977), American politician

Shevah Weiss, political scientist, former Deputy Speaker of the Knesset

Vladimir Zhirinovsky, Russian politician, founder and the leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia

Morris Cohen, aide to Chinese leader Sun Yat-sen

Icchak Cukierman, leader of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and fighter of Warsaw Uprising

Anatol Fejgin, commander of the Stalinist political police

Paweł Finder, leader of the Polish Workers’ Party (1943-1944)

Bolesław Gebert, Soviet agent in the United States

Adam Humer, Stalinist official

Meyer Lansky, American organized crime figure

Sir Hersch Lauterpacht, British judge

Rosa Luxemburg, Marxist revolutionary

John Monash, Australian general

Józef Światło, Stalinist interrogator

Albert Sabin, inventor of the oral polio vaccine

Ary Sternfeld, founder of astronautics

Roman Polanski Polish-French film director

Arthur Belfer, founder of the Belco Petroleum Corporation

Majer Bersohn, banker

André Citroën, industrialist, engineer and founder of Citroën

Max Factor, Sr. (born Maksymilian Faktorowicz), founder of Max Factor & Company; half-brother of Prohibition-era gangster John Factor (born Iakov Faktorowicz)

Samuel Goldwyn, born Szmuel Gelbfisz, founding contributor and executive of several motion picture studios in Hollywood

Leopold Julian Kronenberg, banker

Szmul Zbytkower (1727-1801), banker

Max Auschnitt, financier

Emil Calmanovici, financier and communist activist

Eduardo Saverin, co-founder of Facebook

Martin Abern, Trotskyist activist

Colette Avital, Israeli politician

Olga Bancic, communist activist

Silviu Brucan, communist politician and dissident

Simion Bughici, communist politician

Avram Bunaciu, communist politician

Iosif Chișinevschi, communist politician

Alexandru Dobrogeanu-Gherea, communist activist

Mișu Dulgheru, communist activist, spy

Miriam Eshkol, wife of Israeli Prime Minister Levi Eshkol

Max Goldstein, communist activist

Michael Howard, British politician

Serge Klarsfeld, anti-Nazi activist

David Korner, Trotskyist activist

Leon Lichtblau, communist activist

Vasile Luca, communist politician

Gheorghe Gaston Marin, communist politician

Alexandru Nicolschi, communist politician

Shimon Peres, Israeli prime minister, Nobel Prize winner

Chaim Weizmann, first president of Israel

Menachem Begin, Israeli prime minister, Nobel Prize winner

Yitzhak Shamir, Israeli prime minister

Berl Katznelson, A founder of the Labor movement in Israel

Kadish Luz, Israeli speaker of the Knesset

Yitzhak Rabin, Israeli prime minister, Nobel Prize winner

Larry King, Former CNN Newsman

Louis B. Mayer, co-founder MGM

David Sarnoff, head of RCA

Sheryl Sandberg, technology executive (Facebook)

Jared Kushner, real estate developer

Michael Bloomberg (founder of Bloomberg L.P.)

Pinhas Krasny, Ukrainian minister of Jewish Affairs

Moisei Rafes, deputy secretary of National Affairs (Jewish Affairs) for the General Secretariat

(This part is from a list of Ukrainian Ashkenazi. One must ask how the Jewish Affairs and National Affairs can be the same thing? – Melinda)

Abraham Revutsky, Ukrainian minister of Jewish Affairs

Volodymyr Zelensky, President of Ukraine (2019-present)

Moishe Zilberfarb, deputy sec. of Nat. Affairs (Jewish Affairs) for the General Secretariat

Alexander Zolotarev, state controller for the General Secretariat

Yukhym Zvyahilsky, former Prime Minister of Ukraine 1993-1994

Volodymyr Groysman, current Prime Minister of Ukraine

Karl Radek, Soviet politician

Grigory Sokolnikov, Bolshevik politician

Abram Slutsky, headed the Soviet foreign intelligence service Leon Trotsky, Soviet politician, founder of the Red Army

Moisei Uritsky, Soviet politician, chekist

Grigory Yavlinsky, Russian politician, head of a liberal “Yabloko” party

Yitzhak Ben-Zvi, second President of Israel (1952–63)

Shmuel Dayan, Zionist activist, Israeli politician

Levi Eshkol, Israeli Prime Minister (1963–69)

Ephraim Katzir, fourth President of Israel (1973–78)

Golda Meir, Israeli Prime Minister (1969–74)

Natan Sharansky, Israeli politician

Moshe Sharett, Israeli Prime Minister (1954–55)

Yaakov Dori, first Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF)

Pavel Axelrod, Menshevik, Marxist revolutionary

Yakov Blumkin, Soviet spy

Naftali Botwin, revolutionary terrorist

Morris Childs (Moishe Chilovsky), American communist and spy

Leo Deutsch, revolutionary

Raya Dunayevskaya, founder of Marxist humanism in the U.S.

Jacob Golos, Soviet spy

Olga Kameneva, Russian Bolshevik revolutionary and a Soviet politician (sister of Leon Trotsky)

Walter Krivitsky (born Samuel Ginsberg), Soviet spy

Alexander Parvus, revolutionary, major investor and financial supporter of the October Revolution

Sidney Reilly (born Shlomo Rosenblum), a Ukrainian-born adventurer and Secret Intelligence Service agent

Pinhas Rutenberg, Zionist, Social revolutionary

Grigori Shtern (Grigory Stern), Red Army commander

Naum Sorkin, Red Army military intelligence chief in the Far East  

V. Volodarsky (born Moisei Goldstein), communist revolutionary

Mark Zborowski, Soviet spy

Iona Yakir, Red Army commander and one of the world’s major military reformers between World War I and World War II

Mishka Yaponchik, gangster, leader of the Odessa Jewish Resistance group in 1917-1921

Yisroel ben Eliezer, Rabbi, founder of Hasidic Judaism

Max Levchin, co-founder of PayPal

Aizik Aronchik, attempted to assassinate the Tsar Alexander II

Anatoly Chubais, Deputy Prime Minister, now Chairman of UES

Adolph Joffe, Bolshevik diplomat

Lazar Kaganovich, First Deputy Premier of the Soviet Union and one of the principal architects of the Ukrainian famine.

Lev Kamenev, Bolshevik leader

Maxim Litvinov, Soviet ambassador & Minister of Foreign Affairs

Julius Martov, Menshevik leader

Yevgeny Primakov, Russian politician and diplomat, Prime Minister of Russia from 1998 to 1999.

Karl Radek, Soviet politician

Grigory Sokolnikov, Bolshevik politician

Yakov Sverdlov, Bolshevik leader, the first head of state of the Russian SFSR

Leon Trotsky, Bolshevik politician, the founder of the Red Army

Genrikh Yagoda, head of Secret Police in the Stalin era

Vladimir Zhirinovsky, Russian politician; leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR); Vice-Chairman of the State Duma; member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe

Menachem Begin, Israeli Prime Minister, Nobel Prize (1978)

Yitzhak Ben-Zvi, second President of Israel (1952–63)

Shmuel Dayan, Zionist activist, Israeli politician

Levi Yitzhak Shkolnik, Israeli Prime Minister (1963–69)

Ephraim Katzir, fourth President of Israel (1973–78)

Avigdor Lieberman, Israeli Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Strategic Affairs (2006–2008)

Golda Mabovitch, Israeli Prime Minister (1969–74)

Yitzhak Yezernitsky, Israeli Prime Minister (1983–84, 1986–92)

Anatoly Shcharansky, Israeli politician

Moshe Shertok, Israeli Prime Minister (1954–55)

Zalman Shazar, third President of Israel (1963–73)

Chaim Weizmann, first President of Israel (1949–52)

Yaakov Dori, the first Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces

Ze’ev Jabotinsky, founder of British Jewish Legion

Haim Laskov, the fifth Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces

Yitzhak Sadeh, Palmach commander & one of the IDF founders

Joseph Trumpeldor, founder of British Jewish Legion and early pioneer-settler in Israel (born in Pyatigorsk)

Tzvi Tzur, the sixth Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces

Pavel Axelrod, Menshevik, Marxist revolutionary

Yakov Blumkin, Soviet spy

Ivan Chernyakhovsky, Soviet Front Commander, WWII

Raya Dunayevskaya, founder of Marxist humanism in the U.S.

Moshe Gildenman, partisan commander

Olga Kameneva, Russian Bolshevik revolutionary and politician (sister of Leon Trotsky)

Walter Krivitsky, Soviet spy

Rodion Malinovsky, Soviet front commander, WWII, Minister of Defence

Sidney Reilly (born Shlomo Rosenblum), Ukrainian-born adventurer and Secret Intelligence Service agent

Theodore Rothstein, Russian-British communist

Pinhas Rutenberg, Zionist, Social revolutionary

Iona Yakir, Red Army commander and one of the world’s major military reformers between World War I and World War II

David Dubinsky, American labor leader

Fanny Kaplan, would-be assassin of Lenin

Leon Bagrit, pioneer of automation

Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google

Boris Khait, vice-president of the Russian Jewish Congress

Max Levchin, co-founder of PayPal

Louis B. Mayer, co-founder of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

David Sarnoff (born Schwirnofsky), former head of RCA

Harry, Albert, Sam, and Jack Warner, founders of Warner Bros.

Alexei Alexeyevich Abrikosov, physicist, Nobel Prize (2003)

Zhores Alferov, physicist, Nobel Prize (2000)

Ilya Frank, physicist, Nobel Prize (1958)[

Vitaly Ginzburg, physicist, Nobel Prize (2003)

Emanuel Goldberg, pioneered Microdots and microfilm retrieval technology

Waldemar Haffkine, biologist, vaccine against cholera and plague

Selman Waksman, biochemist, Nobel Prize (1952)