Principles of global, peaceful and effective revolution and humanistic progress


Principles of global, peaceful and effective revolution and humanistic progress

Autor: Bogdan Góralski

Library of the Historical Institute of the University of Warsaw


Jeder nach seinen Fähigkeiten, jedem nach seinen Bedürfnissen!-Karl Marx

Everyone according to their abilities, to everyone according to his needs.


So far, no revolution has built a beautiful and just social system.

All revolutions were bloody and unethical, that is, they did not achieve their goal without wasting human life and social energy. After 16 years of research, I formulated the principle of the next, effective and peaceful revolution that will realize the ideals of Karl Marx. I quote this principle below:

The guiding principles of human evolution:

All politicians earn average earnings in the country. Only incorruptible POL-CAT supplies materials and sells services. Production companies free of bans. The owners and management of enterprises earn an average salary of their employees.
Jeder nach seinen Fähigkeiten, jedem nach seinen Bedürfnissen!-Karl Marx
Everyone according to their abilities, to everyone according to his needs-Karl Marx.

This principle of peaceful revolution will radically affect the civilizational and cultural progress in a global society.

This principle is complemented by the principles of the leading force of revolution, i.e. the global trade and service enterprise POL-CAT joint-stock company, which I present below:

“Tools and services from people who are proud of their work”


Why I invented POL-CAT enterprise???


If you love her you will be try to give her all world, all the wealth of the world. You will be so productive and effective for her and for your kids. But mafias are waiting for the result of your hard work and will take over your business and destroy your life. I invented the way of business- global trade and service POL-CAT enterprise. POL-CAT enterprise will not be taken over by mafias. It will be impossible. POL-CAT will build the new honest world.


My idea for the world


The guiding principle of human evolution is:

Owners and management of enterprises earn the average wage of employees.

This principle of peaceful revolution will radically affect the civilizational and cultural progress in a global society.


My idea for the world lies in:

the highest quality production is not limited by bans and,

employees have shares in profits proportional to their efficiency in their enterprises,

owners and management of enterprises earn the average wage of employees.


Global trade and distribution of services is in the hands of an ethical world elite (POL-CAT) that supports ethical manufacturing enterprises. During economic depression POL-CAT will be the regulator of global economy lowering supply prices but during the prosperity of the economy will increasing supply prices that help to reach balance of the global economy.


Responsibilities and earnings of the POL-CAT management


It is the duty of the POL-CAT management to organize work so that employees can earn as much as they need at every stage of their life. Arranging remote work, preparing efficient workplaces, training, ensuring the right amount of work for everyone etc. is the responsibility of the POL-CAT management. The remuneration of POL-CAT management will be the same as average earnings per employee.

Ensuring optimal distribution of high-quality goods and services purchased at the lowest price will put pressure on the governments of countries to provide cheap and educated workforce and infrastructure necessary to support cheap but high quality production. This will ensure global population flows between countries and the development of high-quality education and science.


Warsaw, 21 September 2018,18:42                     Bogdan Góralski



POL-CAT joint-stock company may be the regulator of the domestic and global market


POL-CAT joint-stock company may be the regulator of the domestic and global market by internal country branches of POL-CAT.

It is known that logistics costs account for up to 50% of the costs of enterprises. The smaller the enterprise, the worse the logistics and the share of the supply costs increases. POL-CAT as a market regulator will improve the logistics of the economy, especially the most innovative small and medium-sized enterprises, which constitute the core of the EU economy (unfortunately not in Poland).

POL-CAT as an apolitical market trade and service company will improve the sales of goods and services, improving the situation of small producers and opening up a market for them, including international ones. The speed of money circulation will improve because POL-CAT being rewarded with a sales commission will accelerate transactions serving both producers and trading companies. POL-CAT which recognizing global needs in the field of production and services will be a stimulator of the development of new thriving business entities.

The use of modern logistics and digital platform will also affect the speed and mass scale of banking transactions. Banks will develop modern banking operations techniques to meet the requirements of fast and reliable commercial transactions. Confidence of commercial transactions will be a priority of POL-CAT, which will also deal with the sale of finance.

Politicians, as poorly educated people, are generally susceptible to the manipulation of financiers. This results in flows of money between the state treasury and the banking system in times of financial crises. Because POL-CAT will allocate half of the commission for financing scientific research will be an environment grouping the elite of elites -grouping the most educated people. Financial crises will be predictable and the risk of banking operations will be minimized. During the financial crisis, POL-CAT will stimulate producers and traders by reducing supply prices. Supply prices will be increased during periods of good economic prosperity.

It will be possible to reduce the financial costs of banks and the risk of lending because POL-CAT will be a reliable informer about the situation of business entities that it will serve.

The quality of products offered by POL-CAT will improve. POL-CAT applying in practice modern ethics protecting natural resources and natural environment through quality requirements for products and services. The access to market information will be improved and providing all social groups with products of the highest quality that ensure respect for the natural environment.

POL-CAT using a modern ethical system will unify global culture and remove civilizational divisions, employing people of all nationalities what will affect peace processes between nations. The global migration of people seeking a decent pay and living conditions that will be globally egalitarian along with the development of POL-CAT will increase. Quality of life globally will increasing.


Warsaw, 18 September 2018, 18:50                          Bogdan Góralski


Money is a measure of social usefulness for a businessman.

Money is a symbol of social recognition in creating jobs for others less creative than a businessman. The experience of developed countries shows that most jobs are created by small and medium enterprises because they are efficiently managed and the most innovative. Therefore, a functioning society should have an institution supporting business development and creating new jobs in such enterprises. The company POL-CAT, which I intend to reactivate in Poland, will be such a public trust institution.
If you have an idea to start a business that meets social needs, then POL-CAT will help you start production or services by providing know-how and the necessary means of production and also will help you to sell a product or services in the POL-CAT sales network.
POL-CAT will give the guarantee needed by the businessman in the contract with the bank.
The remuneration to POL-CAT will be a 10% commission on the value of sales, half of which will be a salary to employees of POL-CAT and the other half will finance the development of Polish science. Thus, POL-CAT will not generate any profit and its value will increase along with the sales volume achieved. POL-CAT will be the regulator of the domestic market because in the event of an economic crisis it will, in consultation with suppliers of goods and services, lower supply prices which will stimulate the economic life of the country. The sole equal shareholder owners of POL-CAT will be employees who will sell their share in the POL-CAT after the end of their job only to POL-CAT. In this way, POL-CAT will be a constantly independent, growing enterprise guided by the interest of ethical employees. The principles of operation of POL-CAT are presented below:

Warsaw, 30 March 2018, 4:53 Bogdan Góralski

Mode of operation POL-CAT joint-stock company

So far, the trade was based on the principle that a customer is looking for a product. I reverse this rule and will look for the customer for the item. The implications of this rule will cause huge bundles and will result in higher quality goods for the average customer. POL-CAT will reduce the price of selected goods on the market. I need good IT professionals to realize this idea revolution on the market.

Modern management at POL-CAT will consist in making full use of the talents and creativity of cooperating equal owners while ensuring the free emergence of natural leaders of employee teams. The development of the POL-CAT sales offer and services will require growing employment and creativity of equal (self-controlling) owners guided by their own benefit, which will also benefit all POL-CAT shareholders.

POL-CAT S.A will find new channels for the sale of professional tools and power tools and other professional products and services and will operate them in Poland and abroad for which it will receive commission from manufacturers and distributors sold goods depending on sales prices based on the principle:

1.The sold products are delivered to the buyer from the manufacturer’s warehouse, the distributor and invoiced by the manufacturer, the distributor under conditions determined by POL-CAT in the delivery specifications,

  1. The customer decides the details of purchase according to the created sales regulations in POL-CAT within the interval of the obtained discounts from the suppliers of goods and services,

3.Producer, distributor of products delivered to the commercial network operated by POL-CAT will sign a notarized agreement on  exclusivity POL-CAT  in the created by POL-CAT  sales network. The contract will specify the commission fee for POL-CAT for the services rendered to the manufacturers and distributors of the goods sold, depending on the sales prices of their goods,

4.POL-CAT  reserves the right to make a trade offer including tools and power tools, the selection of tools and brands and the right to negotiate price frames for the purchase of tools and power tools and their accessories and other products,

5.POL-CAT  reserves the right to shape its sales network and offer to it.

6.The delivery and insurance costs pays the supplier,

7.Payment for goods purchased by the recipient is transferred directly to the account of the manufacturer, distributor of products sold in the network POL-CAT ,

8.Commission fee for POL-CAT for the sale is made monthly on the bank account POL-CAT, after payment for the delivered goods from the customer,

9.All employees of POL-CAT  are exclusive and equal shareholders of POL-CAT  nnd may resell their shares exclusively to POL-CAT. The value of employee stock of POL-CAT  is calculated as the three-year sales value of POL-CAT divided by the current number of employees minus the sum of all wages paid to the employee,

10.Half of the total commission earned on the sale of POL-CAT will be used to finance      the development of science.

11.Employees of POL-CAT receive annual remuneration up to the maximum amount depending on the value of half of the annual commission reached by employee,

12.The POL-CAT S.A crew consists of equal numbers of women and men.

The business dutifulness of women evolved evolutionally because of the need to care for offspring, that were neglected by men who cared only for power and sex. Therefore, in the global POL-CAT company, gender parity and proportionality in earnings depending on efficiency will be obligatory. My last proposal is to vary the working time depending on its performance. Those who are more productive will work shorter than less efficient in making profits. The length of working time, e.g. women, who are more efficient employees, will probably be shorter than men who are naturally more lazy than women. Working time will depend on the work efficiency. This will allow women to longer raise their children and care for their family home.

Warszawa 2 lipca 2017,12:51                                    Bogdan Góralski

My proposal to establish a global company POL-CAT aims at centralization in distribution and services, leaving the free market in production. The free market in distribution and services introduces chaos and lacks the possibility of providing producers with good logistics for the supply and sale of goods and services. POL-CAT will motivate people to work with a flexible and commission pay and working time that will increase employees’ efficiency and responsibility. A woman working effectively will work shorter than a man supporting a life partner her earnings to ensure independence for them. Effective employees will be able to afford a decent life. Manufacturers from around the world will be provided with a good logistics of supply and sale of good quality goods.

An effective system of the global economy will emerge that will remove economic conflicts between countries.

During economic depression POL-CAT will be the regulator of global economy lowering supply prices but during the prosperity of the economy will increasing supply prices that help to reach balance of the global economy.


26 August 2018                                  Bogdan Góralski


29 September 2018,4:44                               Bogdan Góralski

Forecasting economic crisis 2018-2021

Forecasting economic crisis 2018-2021 year

Bogdan Góralski

Library of the Institute of History, University of Warsaw

E mail:

This work is a chapter of my book entitled “Natural history and climate change”, published on the Internet.

Discussions on the sources of economic crises underway since the mid-nineteenth century. Closest to the truth about the sources of crises was William Stanley Yevons – English logician and economist who lived from 1835 to 1882. He believed that cyclical economic crises resulting from changes in the solar cycle generating the Earth’s climate and causing global agrarian crises. And agrarian crises in the world economy cause economic changes in industry and finance. The achievements of modern science confirms the hypothesis Yevonse’a and explains how it is done. As an example, the recent global economic crisis, ongoing since late 2007. From 2007 to 2010 lasted itself a minimum of solar activity between cycles 23 and 24, measured by the number of sunspots (see Fig. 48). Just as during the transition from cycle 20 to 21, between cycles 23 and 24 lasted several years of cooling the climate (see Fig. 49).


Fig. 48. sunspot cycle 23 and 24. Source NOAA / Space Weather Prediction Center-link:


Several years of cooling climate with an amplitude of 0.8ºC can be seen in the following figure Fig. 49 between 2007 and 2010.


Fig. 49 Anomalies of global surface temperature of air. Source page NASA / GISS link:


The climate cooling was the cause of the agrarian crisis in the US and countries in mid-latitudes (decrease agricultural production makes increase in the prices of agricultural products). This is confirmed by a sharp rise in export prices of wheat in the US and around the world, which took place in those years. See the following Fig. 50:

Fig. 50. Prices in dollars per tone of wheat exports from the United States in the years 1961-2006. FAO data source. (author drawing Bogdan Góralski)


Since 2000 the reduced solar activity results in   US export prices of wheat are rising what is the evidence of the dropping down agricultural production. See also press release quote from September 2007):

High oil prices, fuel production from corn, the smaller harvest resulted in an increase in grain prices in the world with 40%. Alan Greenspan acknowledges that long to maintain very low interest rates, increasing disregard for lending to the subprime market, contributed to the emergence of the crisis. Alan Greenspan stated that he have not foreseen a significant decline in house prices, which caused a crisis in the mortgage market.


This quote shows a deep misunderstanding by the economists the development of economic process, the excitation financial and economic crises. The decrease in agricultural production caused the overall decline in profits for farmers -see quotation release of 29 December 2009:


This year Polish farmers’ incomes fell by 12.4 percent. compared with 2008 – according to data published Friday by Eurostat. On average income of farmers in the EU fell in 2009 by 12.2 percent. Most in Hungary (35.6 percent.), Italy (25.3 percent.) And Luxembourg (25.1 percent.). Only increased in five EU countries; most in the United Kingdom (14.3 percent.). For comparison – last year the income per head of Polish farmers fell by almost 16 percent. compared with 2007.


This resulted in the decrease in global demand for industrial products and reduceing export economies of the US, Japan and Europe (According to the OECD, there was a decline in exports by 14% in 2009). During the Depression, according to the OECD, noted a serious decline in world merchandise trade. Evidence of this is quotation release of September 2009:


Japan’s exports fell in August by 36% compared with 2008. Spain’s budget deficit reaches 50 billion, ie. Is approaching 10% of GDP.


This provoked crisis of global finance, which forced the governments of Western economies to pump in the banking systems of large sums of money magnifying the debts of the countries. Inflation grew due to increases in grain prices that was not compensated in a timely by increase in oil prices that affected the economy of North Africa-major exporters of crude oil and importers of food, reducing the consumption of the population. This provoked social protests of young Arabian societes that were suprised by high prices of food (world cereal price increases cause inflation) and led to the so-called Arab spring revolutions and resulted in the removal of the existing authorities. See the quotation release of 9 January 2011:


Record high food prices occupy a more important place on the political agenda of many countries. The rulers are afraid that this could lead to higher inflation and protectionism and social unrest and declining demand in key markets of developing countries. On Wednesday the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) announced in December that food prices reached their highest level since 2008, when their growth has led to riots in countries such as Egypt, Cameroon and Haiti.


Increases in global food prices cause inflation by raising oil export prices in countries that import food and compensate for price increases of imported food increased prices and revenues from oil exports. If the food supply crisis is prolonged it causes inflationary spiral. See the chart of oil prices downloaded from site-link:




The penultimate increase in prices of cereals and oil occurred in reduced solar activity between cycles 20 and 21, when there was a serious global economic crisis. A similar or even greater crisis will occur in the coming years because we are approaching further large reduction in solar activity between cycles 24 and 25:

Fig. No. 52. sunspot cycles 18-25. NASA Source link:

Fig.53 Correlation of global food prices and SSN sunspot numbers.

Figure 53 added in 2018

Upcoming decrease in solar activity will produce worse climate change. It is very likely that this will result in global political and economic crisis, which has the effect will be revolutions, and perhaps the war around the world. To avoid this, it is necessary to change attitudes towards climate research and denial of the concept of climate change by a human influence on climate change. These concepts are scientific superstition, which may cause unpredictable consequences for the world if it further promoted by the world media. Only reliable and rapid discussion of the causes of climate change can save us from the impending destabilization of the political and socio-economic world. Reliable scientific discussion taking into account all the concepts climate will prepare the world into crisis and perhaps prevent revolutions and wars. This article is my contribution to a reliable scientific discussion on the issue of climate change and its effects.


Jakuszowice, 30 April 2013                                             Bogdan Góralski



Forecasting economic crisis 2018-2021 year

Bogdan Góralski

Library of the Institute of History, University of Warsaw

E mail:

This work is a chapter of my book entitled “Natural history and climate change”, published on the Internet.

Discussions on the sources of economic crises underway since the mid-nineteenth century. Closest to the truth about the sources of crises was William Stanley Yevons – English logician and economist who lived from 1835 to 1882. He believed that cyclical economic crises resulting from changes in the solar cycle generating the Earth’s climate and causing global agrarian crises. And agrarian crises in the world economy cause economic changes in industry and finance. The achievements of modern science confirms the hypothesis Yevonse’a and explains how it is done. As an example, the recent global economic crisis, ongoing since late 2007. From 2007 to 2010 lasted itself a minimum of solar activity between cycles 23 and 24, measured by the number of sunspots (see Fig. 48). Just as during the transition from cycle 20 to 21, between cycles 23 and 24 lasted several years of cooling the climate (see Fig. 49).


Fig. 48. sunspot cycle 23 and 24. Source NOAA / Space Weather Prediction Center-link:


Several years of cooling climate with an amplitude of 0.8ºC can be seen in the following figure Fig. 49 between 2007 and 2010.


Fig. 49 Anomalies of global surface temperature of air. Source page NASA / GISS link:


The climate cooling was the cause of the agrarian crisis in the US and countries in mid-latitudes (decrease agricultural production makes increase in the prices of agricultural products). This is confirmed by a sharp rise in export prices of wheat in the US and around the world, which took place in those years. See the following Fig. 50:

Fig. 50. Prices of wheat exports from the United States in the years 1961-2006. FAO data source. (author drawing Bogdan Góralski)


Since 2000 the reduced solar activity results in   US export prices of wheat are rising what is the evidence of the dropping down agricultural production. See also press release quote from September 2007):

High oil prices, fuel production from corn, the smaller harvest resulted in an increase in grain prices in the world with 40%. Alan Greenspan acknowledges that long to maintain very low interest rates, increasing disregard for lending to the subprime market, contributed to the emergence of the crisis. Alan Greenspan stated that he have not foreseen a significant decline in house prices, which caused a crisis in the mortgage market.


This quote shows a deep misunderstanding by the economists the development of economic process, the excitation financial and economic crises. The decrease in agricultural production caused the overall decline in profits for farmers -see quotation release of 29 December 2009:


This year Polish farmers’ incomes fell by 12.4 percent. compared with 2008 – according to data published Friday by Eurostat. On average income of farmers in the EU fell in 2009 by 12.2 percent. Most in Hungary (35.6 percent.), Italy (25.3 percent.) And Luxembourg (25.1 percent.). Only increased in five EU countries; most in the United Kingdom (14.3 percent.). For comparison – last year the income per head of Polish farmers fell by almost 16 percent. compared with 2007.


This resulted in the decrease in global demand for industrial products and reduceing export economies of the US, Japan and Europe (According to the OECD, there was a decline in exports by 14% in 2009). During the Depression, according to the OECD, noted a serious decline in world merchandise trade. Evidence of this is quotation release of September 2009:


Japan’s exports fell in August by 36% compared with 2008. Spain’s budget deficit reaches 50 billion, ie. Is approaching 10% of GDP.


This provoked crisis of global finance, which forced the governments of Western economies to pump in the banking systems of large sums of money magnifying the debts of the countries. Inflation grew due to increases in grain prices that was not compensated in a timely by increase in oil prices that affected the economy of North Africa-major exporters of crude oil and importers of food, reducing the consumption of the population. This provoked social protests of young Arabian societes that were suprised by high prices of food (world cereal price increases cause inflation) and led to the so-called Arab spring revolutions and resulted in the removal of the existing authorities. See the quotation release of 9 January 2011:


Record high food prices occupy a more important place on the political agenda of many countries. The rulers are afraid that this could lead to higher inflation and protectionism and social unrest and declining demand in key markets of developing countries. On Wednesday the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) announced in December that food prices reached their highest level since 2008, when their growth has led to riots in countries such as Egypt, Cameroon and Haiti.


Increases in global food prices cause inflation by raising oil export prices in countries that import food and compensate for price increases of imported food increased prices and revenues from oil exports. If the food supply crisis is prolonged it causes inflationary spiral. See the chart of oil prices downloaded from site-link:




The penultimate increase in prices of cereals and oil occurred in reduced solar activity between cycles 20 and 21, when there was a serious global economic crisis. A similar or even greater crisis will occur in the coming years because we are approaching further large reduction in solar activity between cycles 24 and 25:



Fig. No. 52. sunspot cycles 18-25. NASA Source link:

Upcoming decrease in solar activity will produce worse climate change. It is very likely that this will result in global political and economic crisis, which has the effect will be revolutions, and perhaps the war around the world. To avoid this, it is necessary to change attitudes towards climate research and denial of the concept of climate change by a human influence on climate change. These concepts are scientific superstition, which may cause unpredictable consequences for the world if it further promoted by the world media. Only reliable and rapid discussion of the causes of climate change can save us from the impending destabilization of the political and socio-economic world. Reliable scientific discussion taking into account all the concepts climate will prepare the world into crisis and perhaps prevent revolutions and wars. This article is my contribution to a reliable scientific discussion on the issue of climate change and its effects.


Jakuszowice, 30 April 2013                                             Bogdan Góralski


















Returning to the Antiquity

Returning to the Antiquity

Assuming that the resurrection of Jesus Christ and all the extraordinary events in Jewish history were attempts to contact Heaven with the human world, we come to the question whether these unusual events described in the Bible were properly interpreted? Jewish attempts to live in harmony with scientifically worked out ethics were modified by miraculous events in the history of Jews, which brought them conviction about a nation chosen by God to bear an ethical message to the rest of the world. The only problem was how to be ethical among unethical people?
Ancient Jewish ethics was a synthesis of spiritual searches for all neighboring civilizations, among them civilization of India and China. The crowning achievement of this Jewish ancient ethic was the message of Jesus Christ as the summit of human ethical thought. The Resurrection of Christ was a sign from Heaven indicating the special meanings of the message and life attitude of Jesus Christ.
Jesus Christ was a Pharisee and the beloved leader of the Pharisee’s rise. In the Gospels there is the view that the Pharisees contributed to the crucifixion of Christ. This is an illogical and most likely false view originated iduring the Hellenization of Christianity. This view was the fruit of hostility between Jewish and Greek intellectuals dominant in ancient Rome in which early Christianity developed.
Christianity misinterpreted the sign of the Resurrection and commanded the worship of Christ as God, forgetting the essence of his message. The Church of Christ based on the principles of Jewish ethics developed and grew during the crisis and fall of the Roman Empire, because the communities of Christians modeled on Jewish communities were protection against the poverty and lawlessness of the Roman empire. During the fall of Rome, the Church of Christ became an institution supporting the power of emperors and slowly forgot about the ethics of Christ. Today, the Church of Christ is a global conservative financial institution that supports every political reaction and combats social progress.

Numerical development of human population and climatic crises caused armed conflicts between ancient empires and modern powerd countries. Democracy has intensified international conflicts, setting politicians with the task of defending national interests. The ethics of Christ (and its source) were forgotten and was treated as unnecessary ballast. Churches of Christians have become part of a political system that holds society in check on bans and church orders.
I think we should go back to the source, to ancient Israel twenty centuries ago, to make an ethical leap forward and restore the ancient Jewish ideals and universal principles of organizing society, which I think are tailored to the needs of each community.
The ethical achievements of the Jews are the synthesis of all earthly ethical systems. We have to go back to it and think about its meaning for us all and for the future of our civilization.
Maybe we can work out an ethical basis for all people.

Warsaw, September 5, 2018,                                          Bogdan Góralski

The best ethical system of ancient Jews was stolen by Christianity


Ethical system of ancient Jews was stolen by Christianity



The book “Revolution in Judea: Jesus and the Jewish resistance” by Hyam Maccoby

Why I love this book???

That book has opened my eyes into many problems inside Jewish ancient community

and the phenomenon of at the Jewish resistance against Roman power.

Jesus Christ was the leader of the raise of the Pharisees es against Roman Power and that is why he was killed by Romans.

Ideological difference between Greek intelectual elite of Roman Empire and Jewish intelectualists caused persecution of the  Jews in the early phase of chrystianity. Jews in that time had had the highest developed  ethical system among ancient communities consisted with all ethical heritage of all ancient world. Thist ethical system of ancient Jews was present in teaching of Jesus Christ and Jews was innocent  of death of Jesus Christ death. He was the leader of Pharisees and they loved Him. Resurection of Jesus Christ was the sign from Eternity (Heaven)to for us that the time has come to fulfill his teaching because his teaching is the end of human ethical achievments. In my opinion we are far from realise the tips of Jesus Christ

Insight into ancient history of Jews and their problems was possible thanks to Hyam Jacoby book.

Christianity has stolen ancient Jewish ethical system but it could not teach Christians the rules of the best ancient ethical system. We have seen this in the cruel Christian history and we see it now.
I think the best way to teach the people the good behavior is to show them by own example how to be honest human. I think that the POL-CAT global trade and services enterprise will show the people of all the world the best way of human behavior. It is the cheapest way to teach modern and the best ethics.

Jakuszowice, 29 August 2018, 8:00 -20:00                                  Bogdan Góralski


Free will and creation of worlds

Free will and creation of worlds

Wolna wola i stwarzanie światów


“The importance of human life consists in perfecting oneself that requires less energy than perfecting the world. By improving ourselves, we see a world that is more and more perfect ” Bogdan Góralski.

„Znaczenie życia ludzkiego polega na doskonaleniu siebie. To wymaga mniej energii niż doskonalenie świata. Ulepszając siebie widzimy świat coraz doskonalszym” Bogdan Góralski.

It can be said that the cause of civilizational, material changes in the environment is always someone’s thirst (desire),  someone’s will. Desire is caused by dissatisfaction, imperfection, lack in the experienced world. Desire must be satisfied (eg the thirst, desire of energy), so it is the engine of civilization progress, a drive for improving the living environment. Desire expresses free will, which induces us to formulate wishes independently. Thus, it can be said that it is the free human will that is the product of consciousness and  is the perpetrator of the development of civilization. The free will of the individual expressed in his desire, however, must obtain social acceptance to become a catalyst for progress. Our free will is therefore limited by society – our environment. Society is limited by environmental conditions, by the material world. This material world (like every material thing) before the uprising had to be conceived, i.e. it also had to be the effect of one’s desire, which gained social acceptance. The desire to create a material world was the result of need, and the cause of the need was temptation. Our world therefore serves a purpose, it is needed. Our world is the result of someone’s will and is limited by it. The effect of such thinking is the concept of the infinity of social beings.

Such a concept appears in the works of modern physicists: In other words, physicists are increasingly accepting the concept of an infinite number of realities moving in parallel as the pages of a never-ending book. And an infinite number of versions of each of us, experiencing an infinite number of different personal stories in an infinite number of parallel realities.

Consciousness creates a being that creates a new consciousness, and this newly created consciousness creates a new, more perfect (?) Being( reality). And so without end. And what was in the beginning, I do not know, but maybe it was a Buddhist emptiness filled with an unbroken, eternal consciousness (awareness without desires). To tell the truth, if something has no beginning or end, then it is a wheel.

Our world is a perpetual motion, moved by successive beings.

Heraclitus of Ephesus talks about this:

The universe was not created by any god or by any man, but he was always, is and will always be a living fire (he probably meant energy).

The hierarchical pyramid of devouring organisms (made up of a fixed number of Earth’s atoms) indicates that the matter evolves, creating from the same atoms more and more complex organisms and consciousnesses, which are more and more transforming the environment. What consciousness will arise at the end of the chain of the evolution of earthly matter? Everything is conditioned, everything has its cause. Our world was created for some reason. Our good and bad will results from the primary cause – the origin of the world and should not be evaluated. Good will, however, strengthens society and improves its operation – where is the limit of this efficiency of human society? – in perfection ??? And what is perfect? That which lasts forever. The good will of man will make him immortal.

What is our Self? It is the result of experiences resulting from the sum of events, the sum of conditions from the beginning of our world. If this world has no beginning, i.e. there is an unbroken sequence of mutually conditioned events, ours Self  is eternal, because it recreates with the world. Our self, its good or bad free will, brings changes in the causes and effects of the world, creates the world and remains in it through its actions. Our will in the world without a beginning creates the past and the future – means something that stands between them – the present. In that case, everything is the present, there is no past and future time, since everything relates to the present.

What is time? The notion of Time is the effect of passing away by the living beings. Thanks to passing away, Evolution continues. The days pass because the Earth revolves around its axis and around the Sun. This marks the passage of time. Meanwhile, matter is constantly changing. New star systems are created and time begins with the birth of the star, and yet she will die and will be born again in a different form. Time is a human concept and means passing away. Something that is eternal does not pass away and does not know what means  the time . Matter is a form of energy and  create consciousness, and the knowledge of this consciousness creates new material worlds that create a new self. If time does not exist, space does not exist. Road S = Vt (product of speed and time), when “t” does not exist, then there is no S=road. Everything is at one point, everything happens at one point and in one moment. Our world is a point projection of another world. If our point, our world, creates a new world, it will bring new energy that will sustain this previous existence – a perpetual motion will be created that  sustains the good will. Free will is a function of consciousness, so there must be a continuity of the stream of consciousness, that the creation of worlds be renewed, that the energy that sustains life in successive worlds be reproduced

We must create a social mechanism that will be a source of creative good will in society. I hope that the global company POL-CAT I propose will be a source of constant good will leading to the self-improvement of human beings.

Jakuszowice-Warszawa 2012- 24 August 2018                                          Bogdan Góralski


Wolna wola i stwarzanie światów 

„Znaczenie życia ludzkiego polega na doskonaleniu siebie. To wymaga mniej energii niż doskonalenie świata. Ulepszając siebie widzimy świat coraz doskonalszym” Bogdan Góralski.

Można stwierdzić, że przyczyną cywilizacyjnych, materialnych zmian środowiska, jest zawsze czyjeś pragnienie, czyjaś wola. Pragnienie wynika z niezaspokojenia, z odczuwania niedoskonałości, jakiegoś braku przeżywanego świata. Pragnienie musi być zaspokojone (np. pragnienie energii) , więc jest motorem postępu cywilizacyjnego, napędem służącym doskonaleniu środowiska życiowego. Pragnienie wyraża wolną wolę, która skłania nas do niezależnego formułowania życzeń. Zatem można stwierdzić, że to wolna ludzka wola będąca produktem świadomości jest sprawcą rozwoju cywilizacji. Wolna wola jednostki wyrażona w pragnieniu musi jednak uzyskać społeczną akceptację, aby stała się katalizatorem postępu. Nasza wolna wola jest zatem ograniczona przez społeczeństwo-nasze środowisko. Społeczeństwo zaś jest ograniczone przez warunki środowiskowe, przez świat materialny. Ten nasz materialny świat (jak każda materialna rzecz ) przed powstaniem musiał być pomyślany, tzn. też musiał być efektem czyjegoś pragnienia, które zyskało akceptację społeczną. Pragnienie stworzenia materialnego świata było wynikiem potrzeby, a potrzeba pokusy. Nasz świat służy zatem jakiemuś celowi, jest potrzebny. Nasz świat jest efektem czyjejś woli i jest przez nią ograniczony. Efektem takiego myślenia jest koncepcja nieskończoności bytów społecznych.

Koncepcja taka pojawia się w pracach współczesnych fizyków: Innymi słowy, fizycy w coraz większym stopniu akceptują koncepcję nieskończonej liczby rzeczywistości przesuwających się równolegle jak strony niekończącej się książki. I nieskończonej liczby wersji każdego z nas, przeżywających nieskończoną liczbę różnych osobistych historii w nieskończonej liczbie równoległych rzeczywistości .
Świadomość tworzy byt, który tworzy nową świadomość, a ta nowo utworzona świadomość tworzy nowy, doskonalszy (?) byt. I tak bez końca. A co było na początku, tego nie wiem, ale być może to była buddyjska pustka wypełniona niezmąconą, niczego nie pragnącą wieczną świadomością. Prawdę mówiąc, jeżeli coś nie ma początku ani końca, to jest kołem.
Nasz świat to perpetum mobile, poruszane przez kolejne byty.
Mówi o tym Heraklit z Efezu:
Wszechświata nie stworzył żaden bóg ani żaden człowiek, lecz był on zawsze, jest i będzie zawsze żywym ogniem (prawdopodobnie chodziło mu o energię).

Hierarchiczna piramida pożerających się organizmów (zbudowanych ze stałej liczby ziemskich atomów) świadczy o tym, że materia ewoluuje tworząc z tych samych atomów coraz bardziej złożone organizmy i świadomości, co raz bardziej przekształcające środowisko. Jaka świadomość powstanie na końcu łańcucha ewolucji ziemskiej materii? Wszystko jest uwarunkowane, wszystko ma swoją przyczynę. Nasz świat powstał z jakiejś przyczyny. Nasza dobra i zła wola wynika z pierwotnej przyczyny- powstania świata i nie powinna podlegać ocenie. Dobra wola umacnia jednak społeczeństwo i usprawnia jego działanie- gdzie jest granica owej sprawności ludzkiego społeczeństwa? -w doskonałości??? A co jest doskonałe? To co trwa wiecznie. Dobra wola człowieka uczyni go nieśmiertelnym.
Czym jest nasze Ja? Jest efektem doświadczeń wynikających z sumy wydarzeń, sumy uwarunkowań od początku naszego świata. Jeżeli ten świat nie ma początku tzn. istnieje nieprzerwany ciąg wzajemnie uwarunkowanych wydarzeń, nasze Ja jest wieczne, bo odtwarza się wraz ze światem. Nasze Ja, jego dobra lub zła wolna wola, wnosi zmiany w ciągu przyczyn i skutków świata, kreuje więc świat i pozostaje w nim zapisane przez swoje działania. Nasza wola w świecie bez początku kreuje przeszłość i przyszłość-czyli to coś, co stoi pomiędzy nimi-teraźniejszość. W takim razie wszystko jest teraźniejszością, nie ma czasu przeszłego i przyszłego, skoro wszystko odnosi się do teraźniejszości.

Czymże jest czas? Pojęcie Czasu jest efektem przemijania odczuwanego przez istoty żywe. Dzięki przemijaniu trwa Ewolucja. Dnie mijają bo Ziemia obraca się wokół swojej osi i wokół Słońca. To wyznacza nam upływ czasu. Tymczasem materia jest w ciągłej przemianie. Powstają nowe systemy gwiezdne i czas zaczyna się od narodzin gwiazdy, a przecież ona umrze i narodzi się na nowo w innej formie. Czas jest ludzkim pojęciem i oznacza przemijanie. Coś co jest wieczne nie przemija i nie wie czym jest czas. Materia jest formą energii i kreuję świadomość , a wiedza tej świadomości kreuje nowe materialne światy, które tworzą nowe Ja. Jeżeli czas nie istnieje to i przestrzeń nie istnieje. Droga S=Vt (iloczyn prędkości i czasu), gdy „t” nie istnieje, to nie ma drogi. Wszystko jest w jednym punkcie, wszystko dzieje się w jednym punkcie i w jednej chwili . Nasz świat jest punktową projekcją innego świata. Jeżeli ten nasz punkt, nasz świat, wytworzy nowy świat, to wniesie nową energię, która podtrzyma ten poprzedni byt – stworzy się perpetum mobile, które podtrzymuje dobra wola. Wolna wola jest funkcją świadomości, musi więc istnieć ciągłość strumienia świadomości, aby tworzenie się światów było ponawiane, aby odtwarzała się energia, która podtrzymuje życie w kolejnych światach.

Musimy stworzyć mechanizm społeczny, który będzie źródłem twórczej dobrej woli w społeczeństwie. Mam nadzieję, że proponowane przeze mnie globalne przedsiębiorstwo POL-CAT będzie źródłem nie ustającej dobrej woli prowadzącej do samodoskonalenia ludzkich istot.

Jakuszowice , 14 August 2018, 12:47                  Bogdan Góralski

The myth of Adam and Eve according to Bogdan Góralski

The myth of Adam and Eve according to Bogdan Góralski

The lusty Eve, seeing Adam’s penis, gave herself to Adam and disturbed the idyll of carefree sex, giving birth to a child who destroyed the harmony between of Adam and Eve by the child’s needs. Sex was the cause of the birth of a child, it was an apple broken from the tree of knowledge of good and evil due to the lust of ending Paradise idyll. Apple-sex with Eve was a sin, the cause of the deterioration of Adam’s and Eve’s relationships, that was caused by maternal instinct to care for offspring. This collapse (caused by the appearance of a child) in the relations of Adam and Eve was for Adam the end of paradise. Adam and Eve began to perceive the good and bad sides of their relationship, which finally ended the Paradise idyll. The mythical snake was the penis of Adam, who aroused the lust of Eve. This myth revives in every human relationship young lovers and paradise turns into a marital hell causing social repercussions.

Let us now take into consideration the situation of young married couples in Poland. The average young man has to work 12 hours a day to ensure well being his wife and child. Working 12 hours a day, he hardly sees his wife and hardly sees the child. The young man turns into a robot that provides the family with the means of subsistence. It is the result of his copulation with Ewa. As the work gets tired, Adam begins to feel the growing frustration of such a family situation.

Aversion to Eve and sex with her as a source of frustration is born. Meanwhile, a strong bond is born between Ewa and the child who still stays  together. Adam begins to be perceived as an intruder between Eve and the child who is the alien separating the child from the mother. The child begins to feel aversion to the father rarely appearing at home. Eve begins to feel aversion to Adam, who neglects her while constantly tired of work beyond strength. The family ties are broken and Adam is separated from the family. He is embittered about how much he sacrificed to the family and how little he gets from her. He does not get neither love nor respect for work for the family. He gets a renunciation from Eve and a reluctance from a child who is emotionally connected only with his mother. All this is the effect of sex with Eve, that is, breaking an apple from the tree of knowledge of good and evil – it is an exile from paradise.

No wonder then that young men in Poland do not want to be associated with women and do not want to eat the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowing good and bad. They do not want to have sex with women. There become a bond between frustrated men who often become homosexual. A male homosexual mafia is created – an organization of supporting men.

In response, a women’s mafia is created to fight homosexuals and men’s mafias. Social conflict is exacerbated and the struggle for sources of money in the economy continues. There is no question of mercy and forgiveness. What are the conclusions from this ???

I am sure that it is necessary to create young people better conditions for life so that they can enjoy the young life.We need to create new jobs and make the equal of the wages of employees in the enterprise to make better use of the strength of young employees and let them enjoy the fullness of life. We need to create a flexible remuneration system that rewards performance and innovation at work.

All these conditions will be provided in the global company POL-CAT, which will ensure a  compromise between sexes that will be the beginning of a return to paradise.

The methods of operation of POL-CAT are presented briefly in the following text-link:

POL-CAT joint-stock company

I am asking for comments and improvement of the presented proposals for POL-CAT.

Jakuszowice, 23 -24 August 2018,  7:45                   Bogdan Góralski


Mit Adama i Ewy według Bogdana Góralskiego

Pożądliwa Ewa, widząc Adamowego penisa, oddała się Adamowi i zakłóciła idyllę beztroskiego seksu rodząc dziecko, które zniweczyło swoimi potrzebami  harmonię związku Adama i Ewy. Seks był przyczyną narodzin dziecka, był jabłkiem zerwanym z drzewa poznania dobrego i złego za przyczyną pożądania kończącego rajską idyllę. Jabłko-seks z Ewą był grzechem, przyczyną pogorszenia stosunków Adama i Ewy zmuszonej instynktem macierzyńskim do opieki nad potomstwem. Ta zapaść (wywołana pojawieniem się dziecka) w stosunkach Adama i Ewy była dla Adama końcem raju. Adam i Ewa zaczęli postrzegać dobre i złe strony ich związku co zakończyło definitywnie rajską idyllę. Mityczny wąż był penisem Adama, który wzbudził pożądliwość Ewy. Mit ten odżywa w każdym ludzkim związku młodych kochanków i raj zamienia się w małżeńskie piekło wywołując społeczne reperkusje. Weźmy teraz pod uwagę sytuację młodych małżeństw w Polsce. Przeciętny  młody mężczyzna musi pracować 12 godzin dziennie aby zapewnić  byt żonie i dziecku. Pracując 12 godzin dziennie prawie nie widzi żony i nie widzi dziecka. Młody mężczyzna zamienia się w robota dostarczającego rodzinie środki utrzymania. Jest to efektem jego kopulacji z Ewą. W miarę postępującego zmęczenia pracą Adam zaczyna odczuwać rosnącą frustrację taką sytuacją rodzinną.

Rodzi się niechęć do Ewy i seksu z nią jako źródła frustracji. Tymczasem rodzi się silna więź pomiędzy Ewą i dzieckiem stale przebywających razem. Adam zaczyna być postrzegany jako intruz pomiędzy Ewą a dzieckiem stanowiący tego obcego oddzielającego dziecko od matki. Dziecko zaczyna czuć niechęć do ojca rzadko pojawiającego się w domu. Ewa zaczyna odczuwać niechęć do Adama, który ją zaniedbuje będąc ciągle zmęczony pracą ponad siły. Zostają zerwane więzi rodzinne i Adam wyobcowuje się z rodziny. Jest rozgoryczony tym jak wiele ofiarował rodzinie a jak mało od niej dostaje. Nie dostaje ani  miłości ani szacunku za pracę dla rodziny. Dostaje wyrzekania od Ewy i niechęć płynącą od dziecka, które jest związane emocjonalnie tylko z matką. Wszystko to jest efektem seksu z Ewą czyli zerwania jabłka z drzewa poznania dobrego i złego -jest to wygnanie z raju.

Nic dziwnego zatem, że młodzi mężczyźni w Polsce nie chcą się wiązać z kobietami i nie chcą spożywać zakazanego owocu z drzewa poznania dobrego i złego. Nie chcą uprawiać seksu z kobietami. Rodzi się więź pomiędzy sfrustrowanymi mężczyznami, którzy często stają się homoseksualistami. Tworzy się męska homoseksualna mafia-organizacja wspierających się mężczyzn.

W odpowiedzi tworzy się kobieca mafia zwalczająca homoseksualistów i męską mafię. Konflikt społeczny zaognia się i trwa walka o źródła pieniędzy w gospodarce. Nie ma mowy o litości i przebaczeniu. Jakie płyną z tego wnioski???

Jestem pewien, że trzeba stworzyć młodym ludziom lepsze warunki do życia aby mogli się nim cieszyć. Tworzyć nowe miejsca pracy i zrównać płace zatrudnionych  w przedsiębiorstwie aby lepiej wykorzystać siły młodych pracowników i pozwolić im cieszyć się pełnia życia. Stworzyć elastyczny system wynagradzania premiujący wydajność i innowacyjność w pracy.

Wszystkie te warunki będą zapewnione w globalnym przedsiębiorstwie POL-CAT, które zapewni kompromis płci będący początkiem powrotu do raju.

Sposoby działania POL-CAT przedstawiam krótko w poniższym tekście-link:

POL-CAT joint-stock company

Proszę o uwagi i ulepszenie przedstawionych propozycji dla POL-CAT.

Jakuszowice, 23 -24 August 2018                                                        Bogdan Góralski


The business dutifulness of women 

The business dutifulness of women

The business dutifulness of women evolved evolutionally because of  the need to care for offspring, that were  neglected by men who cared only for power and sex. Therefore, in the global POL-CAT company, gender parity and equality of share in earned profits will be obligatory. My last proposal is to vary the working time depending on its performance. Those who are more productive will work shorter than less efficient in making profits. The length of working time, e.g. women, who are more efficient employees, will probably be shorter than men who are naturally more lazy than women. Working time will depend on the work efficiency. This will allow women to longer raise their children and care for their family home.

POL-CAT joint-stock company

Biznesową obowiązkowość kobiet  ukształtowało ewolucyjnie konieczność troski o potomstwo, które zaniedbywali mężczyźni dbający jedynie o władzę i seks. Dlatego w globalnej firmie POL-CAT będzie obowiązywał parytet płci i równość udziału w wypracowanych zyskach. Moją ostatnią propozycją jest zróżnicowanie czasu pracy w zależności od jej wydajności. Osoby bardziej wydajne będą pracowały krócej niż mniej wydajne w osiąganiu zysków. Długość czasu pracy np. kobiet, które są bardziej wydajnymi pracownikami, będzie zapewne zwykle krótszy niż mężczyzn, którzy są z natury bardziej leniwi niż kobiety. Czas pracy będzie zależał od wydajności pracy. Pozwoli to kobietom bardziej zajać się wychowywaniem potomstwa i dbałością o dom rodzinny.

POL-CAT joint-stock company

Jakuszowice, 22 August 2018, 3:00                               Bogdan Góralski

Will there begin hope for a human world in Poland?

Will there begin hope for a human world in Poland?
In my articles, I write about the mafias of women and men in Poland. Both have the same goal, i.e. they want to gain power over the flow of money in the Polish economy. It’s about control over the turnover of about 300 billion USD. This is more or less worth the supply purchases of Polish companies that are located on the Polish market. For now, the male mafia has the advantage, because it has the cheapest supply offer. But the women’s mafia is preparing a counter-offense related to the fact that its arm, PiS party has filled the position of managers in the largest Polish companies with its people and they will decide on placing supply purchases on the Polish market. The female mafia is supported by the USA.
The male mafia consists mainly of supporters of communism and is supported by Russia. In the past, the male mafia has filled key positions in the Polish economy that determine its strength. Currently, the key positions in the Polish economy are occupied by women’s mafia and the PiS party. Their goal is to take control of the Polish economy
The feminine mafia supports the Catholic Church and derives money from it for its activities. This is possible thanks to the Polish tax system, which enables companies to donate to the Catholic Church, which create mafia capital controlled mainly by women. Men are used to multiplying mafia capital and when they are wasteful, they are poisoned by their families.
Almost nobody in Poland deals with the teaching of Jesus Christ, because the Catholic Church is a money laundry for women’s mafia. There is nothing left of the ideals of communism because the former communists are fighting for their mafia’s profits. The other people are depriving the economic power that determines the politics of each country and that is why the Poles are directed by mafia agents.
My proposal to establish a nationwide supply company POL-CAT, which would pay all the profits to finance Polish science, are aimed at clearing up the mess associated with supply purchases in Poland. The Polish proverb says: where two beats there, the third one uses. I hope that the third will be ordinary simple Poles who have no idea what is happening in their country. If POL-CAT is established in Poland, it will expand to the whole world which may heal Polish and international relations. In this way, maybe in Poland hope will arise for a normal human world.

Jakuszowice, 19 August 2018, 7:10        Bogdan Góralski

Eleven The Proofs that Earth’s coating is moving

Eleven The Proofs that Earth’s coating is moving

Autor Bogdan Góralski


Base on my previous work titled Climate changes versus Earth’s geoide shape changes

I can make the statement:

” In my previous work I presented the concept of rotational motion of the Earth controlled by the movements of the masses of the Solar System. Changes in gravity and magnetism (?) in the Solar System cause the Earth’s coating movement against the ecliptic. Earth’s coating consisting of earth’s crust and mantle rotates by slipping on the surface of the outer, liquid and metallic earth nucleus. Below I present evidence that the movement of the earth’s coating is the cause of the constellation’s star movement, and the precession of the earth’s axis is absent. This observer on Earth is changing position, and star constellations are probably not moving

Earth coating movements cause climate change, changes in the velocity of Earth’s geoid circulation, and earthquakes. These phenomena are correlated, which is  proving on numerous scientific papers.

1.Correlation of LOD and significant earthquakes M>=7

Raw Data Correlation of LOD and significant earthquakes M>=7

When Earth’s crust (ie coating) is moving relative to ecliptic then tensions in the Earth’s crust increasing (especialy around equator) and amount of earthquakes increasing. The signal of the Earth’s coating moveing is change of value of LOD (length of the Earth’s day). We see on the graph in the articel below, that when speed of rotation of Earth is lower ( value of LOD is higher) then amount of earthquakes increasing and vice versa. This is connected with Earth’s coating moving. I predict in the few years time an increase in amount of earthquakes on the Earth.

2.Earth’s Shifting Crust by Hapgood,Charles H. 1958

Earth’s Shifting Crust

by Hapgood,Charles H. 1958

3.The temperature of the interior of Earth is sustained by the constant friction between the COATING of Earth and its LIQUID CORE.

The coating of Earth, consisting of the crust and the mantle, is rotating under the influence of the alternating impact of the solar system and is rubbing against a liquid, metallic Earth’s outer core, which is a spherical sliding surface for Earth’s coating. Solid metallic inner core of Earth is in the grip of the magnetic field of the Sun, which alternates according to the pulse of gravity within the solar system. We see that the movements of the masses within Earth’s geoid are coupled with internal interactions within the solar system, which are also subject to the influence of our galaxy.


4.Proof that the Earth’s coating is moving’s_coating_is_moving?_sg=xDbcIdO2yDPDs0UUp-4V9UtmhdsCzO-rzv4l5MSgYyOnNPDasPdYY4OW-bGENa1P6X0SOYUdnjPlQkWs9MNJmcVaFOeyynnRlWOpbxG6.Lw7FwoIK9ADptyIfhXsc7n9YRJCTuty00Zy7GfnjBFgeXyHMw7IwXo7xMX00rKcbSfQEJPkrUnm2VZ9sUEeVCA

  1. The last and the most important proof of rotation of Earth’s coating

The last and the most important proof of rotation of Earth’s coating

Below on the graph we see proxy temperatures from ice cores taken from

southern hemisphere -Antarctic – Vostok, and northern hemisphere -Greenland – GISP2. We see that temperatures in Antarctic are lower than in northern hemisphere but occasionally they are even or higher than northern hemisphere temperatures. We can explain this by Earth’s coating rotations. When Earth’s coating is in balance- this means that northern hemisphere is above ecliptic plane and southern hemisphere is below ecliptic plane and insolation of both hemispheres are even, temperatures of both hemispheres are the same too. When Earth’s coating moves and northern hemisphere is below an ecliptic plane the temperatures of Antarctic are lower than Greenland’s temperatures because of higher insolation of Greenland.When Earth’s coating moves in opposite direction and southern hemisphere is above an ecliptic plane the temperatures of northern hemisphere are dropping down and southern hemisphere temperatures are rising. During the Holocene southern hemisphere temperatures are higher than northern temperatures and both of them have increased since 10000 BP. If planets of solar system will negatively change their positions on the sky there will be probably again cold period of Earth’s climate. We need to research it.

Now we know that Earth’s coating is moving accordingly to changes of temperatures of both hemispheres.

See the graph under the link:


  1. New theory of tectonic plates movement of the lithosphere of the Earth

As a result of the circular motion of the rigid Earth’s coating around the first liquid layer of the Earth’s mantle, there are apparent changes in the position of the magnetic poles on the surface of the earth’s crust. So far it has been thought that magnetic poles are moving. My concept assumes that the magnetic poles are stable in the grip of the IMF’s magnetic field, whereas the rigid earth’s coating move around the liquid interior of the Earth. I have numerous evidence of this phenomenon, including changes in the location of climatic zones on the surface of the Earth, which can only be explained by the cyclical movements of the Earth’s shell relative to the ecliptic and the Sun. So precession of the earth’s axis does not exist, because the earth’s surface rotating by tilting and deviating from the Sun due to the change of gravity.


  1. Millennial- and orbital-scale changes in the East Asian monsoon over the past 224,000 years

Millennial- and orbital-scale changes in the East Asian monsoon over the past 224,000 years

Yongjin Wang 1 , Hai Cheng 1,2 , R. Lawrence Edwards 2 , Xinggong Kong 1 , Xiaohua Shao 1 , Shitao Chen 1 , Jiangyin Wu 1 , Xiouyang Jiang 1 , Xianfeng Wang 2 & Zhisheng An 3

  1. The Antarctic Ice Sheet Is Growing- This means less solar irradiance in Southern Hemisphere. Higher solar irradiance in Northern Hemisphere increases global temperature.

Rising sea levels leading to saltwater intrusion downstream Nile are proof of moveing Earth’s coating which is slowly aproaching ( in the area of delta Nile) to the gravitational bulge near to equator line.

  1. Changes of sea-level and expansion of early rice farming in the lower Yangtze River Valley in China are proof of movement Earth’s coating relative to ecliptic plane.
  2. Distribution of rainfall in the world versus Earth’s coating movement.
  3. History of grain prices versus Earth’s coating shift

Rainfall is dependent on insolation and atmospheric circulation because they are associated with currents rising in the atmosphere that are raiseing high-humidity air that condenses to create clouds that bring rain. When the Earth’s coating moves in relation to the ecliptic plane, ie the Sun, zones with life-giving rainfall move on the Earth’s surface and there are fertile zones in agriculture i.e.well-hydrated zones and crop failure in dry areas. This results in an increase or decrease in food prices in different regions of the globe at the same time.

Jakuszowice, 15 August 2018, 7:20                        Bogdan Góralski


Control human carbon emissions is a false ideology without any scientific base.

To keep the temperature at safe levels by trying to control carbon emissions is a false ideology without any scientific base. The temperature of air was higher in Europe in the Medieval Warm Period than now and many times in the past.. There was then not any human carbon dioxide emission at all.
See in my work below:

This is modern ethics for everybody.

A quote from the book “Quantum creativity” by prof.Amit Goswami:
“Ethics-a kind of philosophy which is looking for differentiate between good and bad.(..) Speaking generally, ethical tips presented by majority of religious systems tells us the same: do the good to the other. Problem with this tip is we dont know exactly what is good and bad.”

In my opinion good sometimes changes into bad, and vice versa so it is not to precise differentiate between good and bad. Better is think and do the way, what is energeticaly positive. I mean what spares social and indywidual energy in achiewing a human purpose. Doing ethically always we are choseing the way of activity which using less energy to achiewing a purpose. This is modern ethics for everybody.Let’s try this in our life.

Jakuszowice, 10 July 2018, 18:45                                Bogdan Góralski


Russian revolution and the climate

III.5.4.1.Revolution of Russia and the climate

Russian Revolution and Climate

Cyclical climate crises shape the biological life on Earth, including the development and decline of subsequent human civilizations. Favorable climatic conditions cause a population increase within every civilization. Then comes the deterioration of climatic conditions and the internal crisis of civilization that sets the leader. Then comes the conquest of external countries and the development of the empire until its fall, which shape a new empire. The development and fall of subsequent civilizations follows the rhythm of the movements of earth’s coating, what I described in my works. Czingis Khan’s empire was born during the climate crisis in Asia. At that time, favorable climatic conditions prevailed in Europe, and it was in the direction of Europe that the Mongol expansion was directed. In the meantime, between the Mughal empire and Napoleon’s empire, a powerful Ottoman Empire emerged, whose development indicates the shift of favorable climate zones from East Asia to the west towards Turkey. The empire developed and fell before the summit of the Little Ice Age that was destroying Europe. Russian Empire developed in almost the same time as Ottoman Empire and it collapsed in internal crisis of Russian revolution during east European climatic crisis-see in my work below  entitled “Russian revolution and the climate”.

The Little Ice Age caused an internal crisis in Europe, the expansion of Europeans to other continents and the rise of Napoleon’s empire. At that time, favorable climatic conditions prevailed in Asia. Another climate crisis in Asia is approaching and I am sure that only the global opening of borders and the free migration of peoples can save the world from the Third World War.


I present below the chapter of my book titled “Natural History and Climate Changes”.


III. Reasons for the outbreak of the Russian Revolution

The analysis of past revolutions leads to the conclusion that two factors are needed for the revolution to take place: the dissatisfied people and the frustrated intelligentsia driving the revolution.

The dissatisfaction of the people comes from not fulfilling basic life needs and the frustration of intelligence is a consequence of the lack of life prospects in the old social order. The environmental factors (natural and social ) determine the emergence of the revolutionary situation. Natural factors would include, above all, climatic factors – atmospheric precipitation and air temperature, which in the case of Russia are very variable. They determine the basic social parameters – the size and sexual composition of the population developing in favorable climatic conditions for a given territory. In order for the revolution to take place, a decades-long period of good climatic conditions conducive to population growth and its masculinization would be needed, followed by a deterioration of this climatic situation and the social situation that was linked to it. In the decades before the Russian Revolution there were better conditions in Russia (rising atmospheric precipitation) and social conditions (reform of education for Alexander I, release from serfdom and other reforms). The later deterioration of the social situation due to overpopulation and hunger of the land was followed by erroneous actions by the authorities that do not take into account the impact of the climatic factor and destroying the rural communities – сообщество. In the run-up to the revolution, climatic conditions gradually improved and the apogee of the climate crisis took place just before the revolution. The crisis in Europe and the position of European powers pushing for world war caused deterioration of the internal situation in Russia and consequently accelerated the revolution. To the  deterioration contributed  the coolings of climate  of 1901-1905. and 1914-1918. (See fig. 24).

The European elites, mostly landowners, were bankrupted by the constantly cheaping grain (from 1830 supplied by steamers from the USA (about 15% of Europe’s grain needs)) and only war left to escape from  it. Probably it was one of the main causes of the First World War, apart from the masculinization of the European population.

The social factor decisive for the revolution is the size of the population able to survive in a given territory. When the population rises to the border value for a given territory, it becomes sensitive to any deterioration of living conditions because the environmental resources available to individual units decrease and also, due to the population density, social distances are reduced, which increases the level of aggression. Such a deterioration in the life situation of the Russian people, uprooted Russian nobility, intelligentsia and the Jewish community occurred in the period preceding the revolution, ie from 1861 to 1917. The climate crisis and the lack of knowledge about the real problems of Russian society determined the outbreak of the revolution. Another reason was to stop by the state terror of a progressive and positive evolution of the patriotically minded Russian intelligentsia. The victory of the Bolshevik Revolution was also decided by anti-Semitism, controlled by tsarism (?). In the further course of my work, I will try to show that the above factors determined the existence of a specific social situation and the outbreak of the Russian Revolution.

III. Environmental conditions of Russia

III. The climate of Russia

Link to the website about the climate of Russia:

In the climate of Russia, the precipitation and frost factor is decisive. Atmospheric fronts that bear rain on the Russian lowlands go from the Atlantic, Mediterranean and Black Seas. Developing in an unpredictable way (unpredictability results from lack of research !!!) continental high-pressure periodically blocks low-pressure fronts carrying life-giving rains and there are sometimes many years of drought limiting the volume of grain production in the fertile Russian lands.

The peak of precipitation during the spring and summer season usually falls in the unfavorable period of July and August. Temperature fluctuations are also dangerous for grain crops. Russia is far from the ocean and its ifluence which  soothing the climate, what hinders the cultivation of cereals. Frost is dangerous for cereal crops because frosts do not only occur in the short summer period, ie from mid-June to mid-August. The occurrence of a dry and frosty year is a failure of crop failure for Russia’s agriculture and a deterioration of the social situation, which is usually quite unfavorable. The income of Russian farmers was small compared to farmers (from warm and well-irrigated by rain, decisive for agricultural productivity) from Western Europe. The following quotes speak about it:

In 1898, Sergey Witte sent a note to the young Czar, the meaning of which was contained in two sentences: “In my deepest conviction, the peasant question is now

a priority issue in the life of Russia. It is necessary to regulate it “(.)” Sergei Witte argued as a financier: before the reform of the budget was 350 million rubles, the abolition of serfdom enabled its increase to 1,400 million rubles. The population of Russia was 130 million. Meanwhile, the budget of France with 38 million inhabitants is 1260 million rubles, the Austrian budget population of 43 million -1100 million rubles. The minister of finance argued that Russia needed funds for intensive industrialization of the country, and the main source of budget revenues, agriculture, gives them too little (Heller 2000: 682).

 The reason for the backwardness of Russian agriculture was the extremely low productivity of land. The fertility of peasant fields was two-four times lower than in European countries. “Contemporary German peasant informed proudly Rudolf Martin – he earns income three times larger than the Russian peasant. In order to collect the amount of grain that a Russian peasant obtained in an area of ​​2.6 tithes, a French peasant would need half a tithe (Heller 2000: 683).

This “backwardness” of the Russian peasant resulted from unfavorable climatic conditions hindering the cultivation of land far to the east,  from lack of giving life-giving rains and warming the climate from the Atlantic Ocean. This can be proved by the maps of the distribution of grain yield in Europe from the surface unit showing that this productivity decreased from the west to the east (League of Nations 1943: 9), according to decreasing precipitation and increasing impacts of the continental climate.

This “backwardness” of the Russian peasant was a probable cause of the extermination of the peasants in Bolshevik Russia. The revolutionaries believed that the ignorance and backwardness of the Russian peasant is the cause of the underdevelopment of Russian agriculture. It was erroneously believed that collective farms and sovozy would change this situation. I believe that only a return to rural communities “общин” will save Russian agriculture in the 21st century and save Russia.

The resourcefulness of the Russian peasant can be demonstrated by the fact that Russian peasants used a variety of “red-turkish” winter wheat resistant to drought. The Mennonites, when they emigrated from southern Russia to the USA, and brought  “red-turkish” winter wheat to American prairies. The extremely dry climatic conditions prevailing in the prairies of the USA were deadly for all known varieties of grain that were tried to grow there. Only the use of wheat grain from the Russian steppe brought results and allowed to develop it.

Climatic disasters happened in Russia often in 1839, for example:


For example, during the catastrophic crop failure suffered in 1839 by  humus areas , especially Tambow, Ryazan, Tulska and Zadniep-Poltawska. A year later, the situation was even worse – the wave of frosts in May destroyed a significant part of crops in very large areas. There were sharp peasant occurrences, landowners were murdered, raided on roads, so that in many places it was necessary to stop postal communication. At the same time, cereal speculation developed, prices of which went up significantly. Kisielow was not in Russia at that time, he went to Karlsbad and returned only at the end of July – at that time various measures were taken to deal with the grave situation: grains were issued from warehouses, they were purchased in other provinces, money was granted to certain regions high officials were sent with extraordinary powers of attorney. At that time, tsar had the temptation to set up yet another secret committee, headed by the Minister of War, hr. Aleksander Czernyszew (1785-1857). This committee has adopted a resolution on the forcible planting of potatoes in state property, so that in addition to the stock for planting, the crops give 1 quart (210 liters) for each “revision soul” (Bazylow 1973: 87).

The following quote says about the role of grain in feeding the Russians:

And the Russians are a nation that feeds on bread. Hence the grain problem in the Soviet Union. Bread is the measure of everything – to be or not to be means to have bread or not to have it. Hunger begins when there is no bread. Other things are irrelevant, because they were rare or never existed. But bread … As you see these loaded people going home after work, they all carry bags with a huge amount of bread. And he is really good there. I also used to eat bread during my travels. I put the bread crusts in my pocket and when I was very hungry, I was chewing them. In my other pocket I had sugar cubes and I could live somehow. The Russian also feeds on the same. The bread is cheap in addition. And here in the period of perestroika trouble began. Basic things have disappeared: for some time there were cards for vodka, there was no sugar. And above all, there were problems with bread. It began to raise concern. Especially that the Russians have a coded fear of hunger. And it’s not that you go insatiable. But the one that dies from hunger. Massively. The post-war famine is still in the memory of older generations. From 1944 to 1947, there was a great famine in the Soviet Union. People were fleeing from it to … Workuta (Kapuściński et al., 2007: 35).

Contemporary climate and precipitation in Russia are briefly described by Britanica:

The main feature of precipitation in all of Russia is the low total amount and the clear maximum summer precipitation. On the entire Russian and Western Siberia plains, there is a fall of precipitation from the northwest to the southeast. In the north-west, with the exception of a few places close to the Baltic Sea, rainfall generally stays below 600 mm, falling from 533 mm in Moscow to around 203 mm along the border with Kazakhstan. In eastern Siberia, they are usually less than 406 mm and only 127 mm along the Arctic coast. Precipitation again grows along the Pacific to 600 mm in Vladivostok, where the humid summer monsoon brings significant rainfall. Precipitation depends on height; the upper part of the Ural receives more than 711 mm, and Kamchatka mountains receive more than 1015 mm per year. Snow is an important feature for the whole country, and its depth and duration of rainfall have a significant impact on agriculture. The duration of the snow cover varies both in the entire territory of Russia, from 40 to 200 days on the Russian plain and from 120 to 250 days in Siberia.

We know little about the climate of Russia from the pre-revolutionary period and the period of the revolution, but these modest data can be used for a schematic assessment of the natural environment.

We have rainfall characteristics from Russia in the years 1850-1980 and temperature characteristics from these years from western Russia and the Caucasus. Below I present relevant graphs describing these factors and their variability over time.

Fig. 21. Rainfall indicators for Europe, the USA, Russia, North Africa, the Middle East and Southeast Asia in the years 1850-1980

Fig. 22. Indicators of annual precipitation for continental areas of the northern hemisphere

The above drawings come from the following work done by renowned climatologists based on reliable research material:

Precipitation fluctuations over the Northern Hemisphere land area Since Mid-19th Century

R.S.Bradley, H.F.Diaz, J.K. Eischeid, P. D. Jones, P.M.Kelly, C.M. goodes

Science, vol.237 p. 171-175 July 10, 1987.


In Fig. 22 showing the annual precipitation in the northern hemisphere are alternating

periods of smaller and larger rainfall. In the years 1850-1875, 1890-1925, rainfall is lower than the average rainfall, and in the years 1875-1890 it is rainier than the average.

A similar picture is visible in Fig. 21, where precipitation in Russia grows gradually from 25% of maximum rainfall in 1850. up to 50% in 1905 with a local maximum of 40-50% of rainfall in 1865-1877. In the years 1905-1930, precipitation in Russia oscillates below 50% of the maximum in the range of 40-50%. So we see that when it comes to rainfall in Russia, they grew in the pre-revolutionary period, that is, conditions conducive to population growth in the period preceding the revolution, because the amount of rainfall affected the increase in grain and potato yields. Such conditions are conducive to population growth because the abundance of food increases the population of each species of living creatures.

Another situation is when it comes to seasonal temperature changes in Russian areas.

We rely here on reconstructions of air temperature in the summer periods described

at work:

Raymond S. Bradley, Philip D. Jones, “Little Ice Age” summer temperature variations: the global warming trends, The Holocene 3,4 (1993) pp. 367-376



According to the reconstruction of the temperature anomalies from the Urals from 1850 to 1880, the air was cooling down and the rainfall was increasing. In the middle of this period there was a slight warming. Then, from 1880, the temperature was growing  until 1940 with a slight collapse of 1800.

According to the reconstruction of the temperature anomalies from western Russia made by Borisenkow, the temperature was decreasing in the period from 1850 to 1925, and then began to grow.

This shows some differences in the temperature development in the depths of Russia, the northern Urals and the west of Russia. More favorable conditions for population growth occurred from 1880 in the depths of Russia than in its western counties where summer temperatures ware decreasing until 1925. This allows us to suppose that at that time Atlantic influences dominated in western Russia, when the negative correlation of summer and precipitation temperatures was noted. The temperature of summer decreases when the rain rises, and temperature grows when the amount of rain  decreases (Madden, Williams 1978).

One should also pay attention to the summer temperature anomaly diagram for Central Europe – the sixth axis in Fig. 23. It shows two negative temperature anomalies with a minimum in the years 1885-90 and 1912 divided and ended with a period of global warming. They indicate that in the European part of Russia were then two waves of frost destroying sowing. Since the reconstruction of the western climate of Russia indicates a cooling down from 1850 to 1925, with the peak of cooling in 1900-1925, this indicates the possibility of occurrence of more frequent frosts destroying winter crops in western Russia, which caused starvation of the people.

The above climatic data indicate that in the European part of Russia in the pre-revolutionary period from 1850. there were constantly improving conditions for population growth and they improved until 1925, because the amount of precipitation (coming from the cooling Atlantic fronts)  was constantly increasing. Therefore, the necessary condition of the exploding  revolution was fulfilled, which was the previous growth and masculinization of the population in the several decades of favorable environmental conditions preceding the revolution. At the same time, temperature conditions deteriorated during the same period – steady decline of summer temperatures in Western Russia, which probably decreased the chances of survival of the growing Russian population.

Requires the explanation  the genesis of the 1905 revolution, which took place in Europe and Russia. In the analysis of this phenomenon, the following global temperature anomaly graph based on the base period 1951-1980 may be helpful and taken from the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) website – link to / graphs_v3 /.

Fig. 24. Annual chart (black on the chart) and five-year average moving air temperature anomaly (red color) for 48 US states (calculated on the basis of the average temperature from 1951-1980). Source NASA / GISS

Rys.24A A 400-Year Temperature Record from the Russian Far East

Wiles, G.C., Solomina, O., D’Arrigo, R., Anchukaitis, K.J., Gensiarovsky, Y.V. and Wiesenberg, N. 2015. Reconstructed summer temperatures over the last 400 years based on larch ring widths: Sakhalin Island, Russian Far East. Climate Dynamics 45: 397-405.


The graph of the five-year average anomaly in Fig. 24 informs that in 1891 (description of the famine and the weather anomalies (Figes 2009: 181)) and in the years 1900-1904 there was a wave of increasing cold in the world with the lowest temperature of 2 to 4 ° C lower from the average temperature of the cold period of 1951-1980. Immediately after the cold came the rapid warming of 1905-1906, which could have brought drought in Russia. This may have meant for Russia first waves of frost destroying cereal crops and then intensive droughts, which could have caused food shortages and social discontent.


These climatic changes described above could have been possible only in one case:

Earth’s coating is moving in the gravitation rhythm of changeable position of Moon and planets of Solar System  what I described in my works on Researchgate.


This is described in the relevant quotation regarding the famine after the climate crisis in 1891:

In short, as a result of the famine, the entire society became politicized and radicalized. The conflict between the nation and the regime started – and this time there was no turning back. According to Lidia Dan’s,  hunger was a decisive turning point in the history of the revolution because he showed the young people of her generation that “the Russian system is in total ruin” (Figes 2009: 181).

In addition, from 1914 to 1918, a similar wave of cold weather passed through the world, which, like in 1905, could have caused identical problems. They could have been imposed on the reduction of agricultural production caused by the war. This view is confirmed by the query in publications about Russia:

At the turn of 1891/92, hunger arose in Russia (caused by crop failures, infertility) (Smoleń 1989: 28).

A terrible and unpredictable scourge were frequent crop failures, e.g. in 1901, 1905, 1906 and 1911; on the other hand, the years 1909 and 1910 were characterized by a very huge harvest (Bazylow 1983: 397).

In 1916, panic fear of a 10-fold increase in food prices broke out in Russia. The provisioning difficulties were real because Petrograd and Moscow received 1/3 of the necessary food supplies. Cooling in those years is evidenced by the lack of fuel in the above-mentioned cities, whose deliveries were made in 50% (Pipes 1994: 198).

Before the outbreak of World War I, a huge wave of strikes swept through Russia, England and the United States (Pipes 2007: 26).

The collapse of the Russian transport system during the First World War increased the dissatisfaction of the urban population, because it seriously hindered the supply of food and fuel to cities in the north of Russia in which hunger started. The high inflation in cities was also very important (Pipes 2007: 46).

During the war, the level and quality of life of the population decreased drastically. In Russia, from 1916, famine spread in the cities. In this situation, pacifist and revolutionary moods were common among workers and armies (Szpak 1997: 167).

The final defeat of the tsardom was determined by the rebellion of the military garrison in Pyotrograd in February 1917. (Pipes 1994: XII).


Orlando Figes writes about inflation and rising prices as well as the social situation just before the revolution (Figes 2009: 321-328).

During the decisive days ( when the manifestations caused by (as Solzhenitsyn stressed) a sudden lack of “white bread” started in Petrograd), Nicholas II was far from the events, in the calm atmosphere of the headquarters of the chief commander. Here he could not make any decisions. Manifestations became wider and wider, drawing in all those who were unhappy and those who were aware of impunity. Soldiers joined them. Local authorities did not know what to do. Conflicting orders caused chaos. When Nicholas II finally decided to leave Mogilev for Petrograd, he was detained by the revolutionists  at the Dno station (Heller 2000: 726).

III. Russian population

Historians treat the demographics mostly on a marginal basis, but there are sufficient and generally consistent data on the subject in the publications on Russia. All of them indicate that the Russian population grew rapidly in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, until the revolution. There are data that the population growth in Europe was the largest in Russia. This demonstrates the beneficial for the development of natural and social factors in Russia.

One of the parameters determining the ability of the population to develop is fertility. It is determined in promils giving the number of births per 1000 inhabitants. I have drawn up a plot of fertility variability in time for European and Japanese populations. This is depicted in Fig. No. 25. The Chart No. 25 shows a perfect similarity of the graphs for the majority of populations indicating a decline in fertility of all populations since 1900 with a local minimum around 1925 and a small maximum around 1930. This is a widespread decline fertility was probably associated with crop failure in the early twentieth century, covering the whole Eurasian continent, which caused a three-fold increase in food prices (Allen et al.2012).

The graph shows that the French population has reached maximum fertility before the French Revolution. After it, there was only a fall in the fertility of the French population. This may prove that socio-political conditions also affect the fertility of the population. This is probably related to the permanent deterioration after the revolution of living conditions of the peasant layer subjected to the action of capitalist laws in farming, lack of credit and supply institutions supporting the functioning of small peasant farms. Zos Szajkowski writes about the problems of the loan for peasants launched by the French Jews and banned by Napoleon (Szajkowski 1953). There was no credit for small farmers in all post-revolutionary France and the Jews were the first to start it. However, Napoleon issued laws limiting Jewish lending, fearing unfavorable social consequences – dependence of peasants on creditors. This probably led to the fall of small farms and the rapid concentration of agricultural property in France. This led to the outflow of the peasant population to the cities and limiting its fertility in urban conditions. The rapid fall in fertility in the German population since 1911 is characteristic. This chart shows the homogeneity of causes affecting the decreasing and growing fertility of human communities in large areas. I point to the reason for this volatility, and it can only be the global variability of climate conditions. Chart Fig. 25 also indicates that all populations visible on it reached maximum fertility on the eve of the revolutionary-martial conflict. Fertility in past centuries grew only in favorable living conditions. Then there was  a decline in fertility indicating the deterioration of population living conditions and as a result of the war downturn  growing the revolutionary attitude of societies.

As far as the Russian population is concerned, from 1820 there was an increase in fertility from 40 promilles to a maximum of 53 promilles around 1870, then fertility stagnated from 1880 on 50 promilles to decrease to 45 in 1915. In 1941-50, fertility in the Russian population was 26 , 6 births per 1000 inhabitants, which proves the huge stagnation of the Russian population and the lack of development prospects. This maximum fertility of the Russian population was on the period 1860-1880 in which favorable climatic conditions prevailed ensuring food abundance, ie periodic warming combined with an increase in rainfall. The population growth in this period could also be due to the development impulse caused by the liberation of the peasants in 1861. The decline in fertility after this summit was forced by the overpopulation of the rural areas of Russia, that was expressed in (the common among the peasants) the famine of the arable land. In the period of decline in fertility of European populations, there was a sharp climate crisis, which caused a great jump of price of food in Europe and in the world.

The mass genocide during the Russian Revolution was caused by the masculinization of the population and violent

Fig. 25. Total fertility of European and Japanese populations. Data from 1801-1950 from the European part of Russia come from (Glass 1965: 97 tab 20). (author of the drawing Bogdan Góralski)

fertility of  populations: Russian- prune color,

German- purple,


deterioration of living conditions affecting the increase of social aggression (the wartime experiences of the cruel World War I also influenced the increase of aggression during the Bolshevik Revolution).In Russia  the harvest of agricultural produce in 1920 – half of the harvest in 1913. Already in the years of the First World War, Russia’s agricultural production was rapidly reduced because of appointing 15 million recruits – mainly young farmers. This caused a drop in the agricultural production of Russia at first by 13% and caused food shortages that negatively affected public moods. Orlando Figes writes about the mass use of soldiers in Russian landed estates (Figes 2009: 77). This was due to the fact that after the defeat of the Crimean and Japanese war, the army’s prestige fell sharply and expenses were reduced from 30% of budgetary funds in 1881 to 18% in 1902. This caused poverty among soldiers and the need for paid employment them  by landlords in agricultural properties. These assets provided grain surpluses for the Russian market and for export, and the recall of soldiers to the war front deprived them of manpower and production capacities. In addition, the recruitment to the army deprived peasant farms of their labor which lowered the agricultural production of Russia. This is shown in Fig. 26.

Fig. 26. Production of grain in the US-yellow, Europe-navy blue and Russia-purple. Source (League of Nations 1943: 9) (author of the drawing Bogdan Góralski)


The difficult food situation of revolutionary Russia is confirmed by a huge drop in the production of cereal grains and potatoes in the years 1919-1923. The crops in the years 1909-1913 amounted to an average of 745.7 million quintals of cereals (grain exports amounted to 105.3 million quintals) and 87.5 million potatoes quintals, and in 1919-1923, an average of 355.5 million quintals of cereals and 62.4 million potato quintals were collected (League of Nations 1943: 9).

Annual harvests reached 92 million tons in 1913. 40% of the harvest was for rich peasant farms and 12% from properties of  big  landlords   “(Bazylow 1983: 397).

In 1913, the population of Russia had about 155 million, which gives 481-593.5 kg of grain per head per year. In 1919-23, the annual harvest of cereals amounted to 35.55 million tons, which gives 229 kg of grain per year per year for the same population. Deterioration of food had to affect people’s mood and level of aggression. In 2010 in Russia there was a huge drought which limited the harvest of grain to the level of 430 kg per head. In 2011, the harvest was normal and amounted to 662 kg per capita with a population of 141 million.


The largest fertility in Europe in the Russian population caused the rapid growth of the population of tsarist Russia. As early as Piotr I in 1724, there were 5,400,000 peasant male souls (of which there were 1 049 000 state peasants), at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries there were 16 million peasants, and directly before the reform of 1861. their number exceeded 21 million (it is probably the number of men?) (Bazylow 1973: 54). The state peasants, i.e. paying rent and capitalization, were in 1811 6 356 872 and in 1816 there was a decrease in their number 5 774 823 and in 1857-1858 there were 9 345 000 of them (Bazylow 1973: 65-66)).

The population of Russia grew in the 19th century from 30 to 92 million (Szpak 1997: 125), and at the beginning of the 20th century it amounted to 126 million (Bazylow, Wieczorkiewicz 2005) – 75% survived from agriculture.

Russian sources say that during the last two decades of tsar the population of the whole state of tsars grew from 125.6 million in 1897. to 171.8 million in 1917. At the time the Bolsheviks took power in 1917. Russia had 143 million people (29 million people were deprived of their population from Poland, Romania, Turkey, Latvia and Estonia), of which 76.68 million were Russians and 31.20 million Ukrainians (Dmochowski 1999).

  1. V. Glass (Glass 1965: 63) gives the following data on the Russian population:

1806-41 million, 1811-44 million, 1859-58,6 million, 1863-70 million, 1897-94.3 million, 1913-155,4 million.

From 1897. 65% of Russia’s rural population has not yet exceeded age of 30 years  (Figes 2009: 116), and young people are more impulsive, aggressive and vulnerable to the manipulation of politicians.

The following quote attests to the overpopulation of Russia and the hunger of the land:

Peasant protests, revolution 1905-1906. they ran under the main slogan that expressed the basic postulate of the rural population – more land. The Bolsheviks were victorious in 1917 because, as well as demanding the end of the war, they put forward the postulate “land for peasants”. In the first years of the 20th century political life in Russia developed surprisingly quickly, many parties of different colors were created. Their overwhelming majority – all revolutionary and many liberal and centrist – supported the postulancy of the peasants. The hunger of the land, the dwarfing of peasants ‘farms and the ability to satisfy peasants’ demands by taking over land from landowners is the most important Russian myth of the 20th century (…) In 1906, P. Maslow’s book “Agrarian Question in Russia – Agrarnyi vopros in Rossia, St. – Petrburg 1906 p. 204 “, contained data that could disprove the myth. The author used official statistical data. They testified first of all about the existence of land in Russia, refuting views about its lack. After excluding from the calculation of one third of the territory of Russia (north and north-east) with land not suitable for farming, in Russia there was a per capita of 2.1 tithes (1 tithe = 1.092 ha) of land (this land, however, gives the  harvest four times less than in France or Germany-the author’s parable), in France 0.82 tithes, in Germany 0.62 tithes. From the point of view of the consequences, the myth of landowners who rule the entire land was much more important. Starting from the 1860s, the nobility sold their land. In 1905, peasants owned 164 million tithes of land, landowners-53 million tithes (a large part of this area was occupied by forests.) In 1916, 80 percent of arable land belonged to peasants who also leased part of land owned by landowners. “Give land” was the division of landowners ‘property after the October Revolution. Each peasant received from 0.1 tithe (in the Moscow, Novgorod and Sviat Governors’ Governors) up to 0.5-1.0 tithes (in St. Petersburg and Saratov governorates) (Heller 2000: 684 ).

In 1910, in the European part of Russia, the peasants owned 151 million ha of communal land and 14 million ha of private property (…) Private land belonged mostly to associations and villages than to individual farms (Pipes 1994: 77).

The overpopulation of the Russian village was a source of crises because when  were coming poor harvest

caused by unfavorable climatic conditions, food was not enough to feed everyone. The village was starving, and in the city were high price of food and this was a source of trouble.

In Russia, the average ground for the male “soul” was in 1861. 5.24 ha and in 1900 2,84ha. For every 5 ha of arable land there had to be a hectare of pastures to keep cattle and horses. In the Russian countryside, the horse population was particularly numerous. The pigs was in 1900 three times less per capita than in Germany (Fiszer 1987: volume 5 tab.4). The overpopulation of the Russian village was also due to the lack of fertilizers, because farm animals were very few and manure was not enough to fertilize the field. Mineral and artificial fertilizers were used in Europe only in the second half of the nineteenth century. The peasant had to use a three-field system so as not to sterilize the soil. The following quote says about it:

Rudolf Martin noticed that in 1800 there was not much difference between the Russian and German peasants. “Even the most primitive tools of the Russian peasant could not be much worse than the tools of the German peasant.” The age has passed, and the Russian peasant retained, according to Prokopowicz, sixteenth-century agricultural technique. At the beginning of the 20th century, a wooden socha was still in use. The three-field system dominated (Heller 2000: 683). In the three-field system, the usable area of ​​crops decreased, so the Russian peasants lacked land.

In the homeland of the Great Russians, only every fifth square kilometer was suitable for cultivation and in the middle agricultural counties, the population density before the revolution was 50-80 people per km² (Pipes 1994: 80).

In Europe, the highest demographic increase of 15% took place in In pre-revolutionary period in Russia.. It meant a yearly increase in the rural population by a million, which had to be fed. These figures show that Russia needed an additional 2 million ha of arable land every year. Russia did not have a safety valve in the form of emigration and developed industry (in 1900, 2.2 million employees). The Russian peasants did not emigrate. In 1871-1916, however, internal migration continued in the Tsarist state. In total, 9.043 million Russian displaced persons moved from these years, including 3.698 million to Siberia and Far East and 1.93 million to Kazakhstan and Central Asia (Dmochowski 1999: 63).

Lasted permanent migration of landless peasants to Russian cities (about 300,000 a year) where they created an explosive, non-assimilating element (Pipes 1994: 80-82).

The difficult food situation of revolutionary Russia is confirmed by a huge drop in the production of cereal grains and potatoes in the years 1919-1923. The crops in the years 1909-1913 amounted to an average of 745.7 million quintals of cereals (grain exports amounted to 105.3 million quintals) and 87.5 million quintals of potatoes, and in 1919-1923, an average of 355.5 million quintals of cereals and 62.4 million quintals of potatoes were collected. They were years of total drought. The decrease in harvest and consumption in 1919-1923 was therefore 43%. In the years 1925-29, the production of Soviet Russia was 671.4 million quintals of cereals, and in 1934-1938 885.9 million quintals. Potatoes were produced respectively 105.5 and 139.8 million quintals. In 1919-1923 in western Europe there was also a 25% drop in the harvest (League of Nations 1943: 9). The grain import to the British Isles in the years 1909-1913 was 10 million tons, and in 1919-1923, 8.2 million tons. Imports of grain to Western Europe amounted to 16.4 and 13.6 million tons respectively (League of Nations 1943: 17). Western Europe was a huge importer of cereals which proves its difficult payment and nutritional situation.

Report (Kapuściński 2007: 17) in the book entitled “Kapuściński: I do not embrace the world” leaves no illusions about the economic situation of past and present Russia, I quote:

“It is rarely considered in the analyzes – that the USSR society is terribly poor. And that it is a chronic poverty. There are two kinds of poverty in this country: one is due to the fact that it is generally a poor country. Potentially it is rich, but it is actually covered by structural poverty. The great American historian and sovietologist Richard Pipes in his book The Russian Revolution points out that the phenomenon of hunger occurs constantly in the history of Russia. When you look at the seventeenth or eighteenth century, every dozen or so years came the calamity of mass famine. Russia has bad soil. In addition, it has a terrible climate. And a very short summer. Cold climate and poor soils make agricultural productivity always low. Hence the momentum, the expansion of the Russians to the south (and to the west – the author’s plot). To heat. That is why Ukraine was so important for them. Hunger is therefore a chronic phenomenon in this country. Hunger was still, only smaller or larger. And sometimes deadly. The “communist hunger” was imposed on it: either, let’s say, by a political or a communist economy resulting from the inefficiency. Speaking of political starvation, I think about the destruction of Ukrainian peasantry in the early 1930s. At that time, a mechanism of hunger was used for political purposes – to eliminate the potential threat to the Soviet authorities. On the other hand, economic ideology, especially the kolkhoz system, led to famine. It was he who destroyed the already poor agriculture. Getting out of this will be extremely difficult. Actually, there is no chance of a quick improvement. The problem of ownership is still undecided. ”

Against the background of the above-mentioned relations, the boon of the Bolshevik Revolution was the adoption of the Russia’s industralization program, which ensured the use of Russia’s natural resources and mineral resources. This resulted in an increase in the wealth of the Russian nation that supplemented shortages from agriculture. For example, today oil and gas exports decide on obtaining funds for food imports for the needs of Russian society. But the economic and ethical errors of the Bolsheviks were also huge.



For the revolution to take place, rebellious masses are needed. Lenin, who saw the revolutionary potential of the Russian peasants, gained power because he promised them the land. And he kept his word. Later, they were used for the sake of industrialization, in which cheap food was necessary to keep workers’ wages low in industry. It was necessary to take the land from the peasants and nationalize it to set up collective farms and sovozy. This made it possible to control food prices impossible under free market conditions. A flower of Russian farmers was murdered to achieve this. In the 21st century, Russia must import food worth 50 billion dollars a year. There were bright but dark sides in the revolution that last until today.

 Revolt elites are also necessary in the revolution. I am writing about them below.


III. Rebellious peasants

The peasant communities ruled themself alone with only the minimal supervision of the nobility. (…) The peasants remained under the jurisdiction of local customary law (Figes 2009: 61). Until 1861, serf peasants were subject to the jurisdiction of their owners and the state did not interfere in relations between them until the nobility paid taxes (Figes 2009: 68). The power of the tsarist government actually ended in 89 provincial capitals, where the governors had their offices. The peasant Russia, inhabited by 85% of the population, was completely unknown to the municipal bureaucrats. The main weakness of the tsarist system was local administration in smaller towns and villages. For every 1,000 inhabitants of the Russian empire there were only 4 state officials compared with 12.6 in Germany and 17.6 in France. Expenses for the police constituted only a quarter of the amount spent on these purposes by Prussia. On a rural population of 100 million people in 1900, Russia had 1852 non-commissioned officers and 6,684 stand-up officers. Indeed, since 1903, officers in the villages were supported by peasant officers, around 40,000 (ie one officer per 2052 inhabitants) (Figes 2009: 67).

Due to the lack of own effective organs in the village, the central bureaucracy assigned more and more tasks to the local police:

Not only maintaining order, but also collecting taxes, implementing laws of government and military decrees, implementing health, safety and hygiene regulations, controlling roads and public buildings, collecting statistical data and general supervision of “good manners” in public life (on For example, watching peasants if they  wash beards). General backwardness of Russia – low tax base and poor communication – largely explained this local administration (Figes 2009: 68).

A.Kofod in “Russkoje ziemleustrojstwo” gives: from the total number of 12 million peasant farms (which became the subject of enfranchisement since 1861) and 119 million tithes of assigned land – only 23.1% of  homesteads and 17.3% of the land area have belonged to individual owners,  and the rest – 79.9% of homesteads and 82.7% of the area – it was collective property within rural communities (Bazylow 2008: 204).

As a result of the affranchisement act of 1861. and the large natural increase, the economic situation of the Russian peasants deteriorated. The burdensome burden of rising taxes and the rising prices of land and increasing prices of  land due to the overpopulation of the villages generated social tensions. “The total area of ​​arable land has been growing constantly. Relevant numbers are given again very inconsistently; Generally, you can accept without fear of making too much of a mistake that on the eve of the First World War there was in the  empire under the cultivation of about 120 million tithes, of which over 70 million in European Russia.

(…) Annual harvests reached 92 million tons in 1913. 40% of the yields were from rich peasant farms and 12% from huge landlords “(Bazylow 1983: 397).

So 52% of the collections were produced by the peasants – peasant communities. Russia did not have enough income to cover expenses, which is why grain was exported – in the years 1891-95 about 7 million tons, and in 1902 even 9.3 million tons. In 1900, only 7.9% of treasury revenues were direct taxes and 53.2% from consumption taxation, and 24% on railway earnings.

Indirectly and directly, most of the income came from peasants who paid agricultural tax, and moreover, taxes on basic necessities (salt, matches, kerosene) and vodka (Pipes 1994: 60).

Taxes growing in the years 1870-1890 impoverished the peasants, whose consumption decreased, because the plots of land used by them decreased. The maintenance of the army and the development of the railway were financed from foreign loans. About 1.4 million soldiers and 42,000 officers served in the army. The only chance to balance the expenses and revenues of the treasury was the industrialization of Russia, which Witte preferred, incurring foreign loans on its development. In 1914, the Russian government’s debt totaled 8.8 billion rubles, of which 48%, ie 4.2 billion (2.1 billion dollars, equivalent to 3360 tonnes of gold) were debts incurred under foreigners.:

at that time it was the highest foreign debt in the world. In addition, in 1914, foreigners held 870 million rubles in securities and 422 million rubles in municipal bonds (Pipes 1994: 61).

 This is largely due to the growth of non-agricultural sectors, possible thanks to foreign injection (French-32.6%, English-22.6%, German-19.7%, Belgian-14.3% (Pipes 1994: 62)) of capital, between 1892 and 1903, treasury income increased more than double (from 970 million to 2 billion rubles). It was also pointed out that foreign investors did not  make profits from the the Russian economy, but invested them again, which resulted in a cumulative positive effect. (…) In mid-1914, European investment in the United States was estimated at 6.7 billion dollars, twice as much as European investments in Russia (Pipes 1994: 62).

The need to borrow abroad has become particularly urgent after the collapse of 1891 and 1892, which forced the government to temporarily reduce grain exports what caused a fiscal crisis. Foreign loans, which until 1891 were taken by Russia on a relatively small scale, have increased significantly since then (Pipes 1994: 61).

This testifies to a reduction in grain harvest and a reduction in their exports by Russia in the period after 1891, which resulted from a series of very cold and barren years.

As a result, Russia, looking for capital in the countries of parliamentary democracy, became vulnerable to the influence of the supporters of the parliamentary form of government. It was natural, therefore, that the Ministry of Finance, playing a major role in fiscal operations, became the spokesman for liberal ideas. He did not dare to defend the slogans of constitutionalism and parliamentarism, but he demanded a reduction of bureaucratic and police arbitrariness, respect for the law and equal rights for minorities, in particular Jews who were important in the international banking system (Pipes 1994: 63).

In 1898, Sergey Witte sent a note to the young Czar, the meaning of which was contained in two sentences:

In my deepest conviction, the peasant question is now a major issue in the life of Russia. It is necessary to regulate it “(…)” Sergei Witte argued as a financier: before the reform of the budget was 350 million rubles, the abolition of serfdom allowed  to increase it to 1,400 million rubles. The population of Russia was 130 million. Meanwhile, the budget of France with 38 million inhabitants is 1260 million rubles, the Austrian budget of population of 43 milion  reach to  1100 million rubles. The minister of finance argued that Russia needed funds for intensive industrialization of the country, and the main source of budget revenues, agriculture, gives too little. The energy that the 1861 impulse launched was exhausted. The peasants interested Wittego primarily as tax payers. He systematically increased their burden, but more and more money was needed. The impoverishment of peasants limited the possibility of increasing tax pressure, and their resistance increased (Heller 2000: 682).

In a letter to Mikołaj II Witte he proposed to “make the peasant a truly free man” – give him the opportunity to withdraw from the community and give all rights enjoyed by other social  states. (“) The reform carried out in 1906 was based on the program proposed in 1898. Witte believed that Stolypin “stole” Witte’s plan ” (Heller 2000: 684).

From 1898 to 1902, tensions among the Russian peasants grew, which turned into riots and demonstrations. In regions affected by the riots in 1901. crop failure occurred.

Peasant riots in 1902 took the largest size in the Ukrainian governorates: Poltava and Kharkov. The first riots began in March in the Konstantinogrodzki poviat in the Poltava Governorate, when a group of local peasants attacked the goods of Prince Mecklemburg, robbing farm produce, living inventory, burning the manor and the outbuilding, and demanding land parcelling. Subsequently, the riots covered other poviats and looted 80 properties. In most cases the robberies were calm and well organized. Decisions on the robbery were often made open at village meetings, and those who took part in them were led by the head of the village. Confiscated goods were fairly shared among peasants, depending on their needs. The events in the Poltava and Kharkiv Governorate Governments launched riots in the neighboring Ukrainian regions. At the same time, similar riots took place in the Volga provinces – in the Saratov and Tambow provinces. In mid-1902, all southern Russia, from Ukraine to the Ural, was covered by a wave of peasant riots (Smoleń 1989: 29-30).

The riots began to expire at the end of 1902, i.e. probably after the harvest.

Not the best crops in 1901 and the worries in the cities caused a wave of riots and disturbances in 1902. In Volhynia, central governorates and Ukraine, the peasants refused to work on land, burned manors, took cereals and landowners’ inventory, resisted the police and military units. Numerous punitive expeditions and brutal repressions enabled the government to somehow relieve the situation, although it was far from calming the peasant masses. On January 22 (February 4) 1902, just before the climax of rural disturbances, another commission called the Extraordinary Council for Agricultural Production was established, which survived until the first months of 1905. After the formation of the Council, over 600 separate committees were established in individual Governorates and counties of the entire empire. Their action and the Council did not bring about any results – the reasons for the crisis were not specified. It was pointed out that the most urgent needs of agriculture are:

-make the level of education of the people

– increase the independence of the social initiative

-change of the onerous tax system

– eliminating interference of administrative factors

-the liquidation of rural commune communities was only partially supported (Bazylow, Wieczorkiewicz 2005: 316-317).


Piotr Arkadjewicz Stolypin was a Russian providential man because he wanted to improve the agricultural system of Russia. But he also did not avoid the mistakes that resulted from his limited knowledge of Russia’s problems. The beginnings of his career took place in the Kaunas Governorate, where he observed peasants cultivating the fields of their own land. Their methods of cultivation were much more efficient than the methods of Russian peasants known to Stołypin. However, Stolypin did not take into account the fact that the climate of the Kaunas was better than in the depths of Russia (rains from the Atlantic and the well-developed river system and the warming effect of the Gulf Stream). When he later became the governor of Saratov, located near the border with Kazakhstan, the least irrigated by the rains of the region of Russia, he came into contact with the poorest and most rebellious Russian farmers who lived in the communities, and the owner of the arable land was the rural comune, not the individual peasant. He experienced the wealth of the Kaunas farmers and the poverty of the Saratov peasants. It is from these observations that his conviction about the superiority of the peasant individual economy over the communal economy of the obszczina one came about. Certainly there was also a mechanism to facilitate the flow of modern agricultural knowledge from England and the Netherlands, which easily reached Kaunas, and access to Saratov was difficult. Thus, Stolypin decided to introduce in Russia a system based on individual ownership of land, seen in the Kaunas province (information about Stolypin (Figes 2009: 246)).

The actions of Russian politicians aiming at the liquidation of rural communities were influenced by an erroneous view of the ineptitude of the Russian peasants:

Granting extra land to the peasants will not help in solving their problems, because they result from the inefficiency of the community system, not the lack of land. This argument was strongly influenced by the recent experience: always considering the community as the rock of the old rural order, the conservatives found in 1905 that it could easily become the organizational mechanism of the peasant revolution …. The nobility now clung to the idea of ​​abolishing the community and creating peasant class of landowners as an alternative to the radical land reform of the Duma (ie taking over land from the nobility and handing it over to the peasants) (Figes 2009: 244).

The decree of 9 November 1906 gave the peasant the right to withdraw from the rural community together with the land he owned at the time. (…) The decade 1906-1916 demonstrated the desire of a large part of the peasants to free themselves from the cocoon of the community, to become free farmers. Until 1916, 2 million peasant families left the “mir” and moved to the farms or remained in the countryside, but as owners of their own land. The Bolsheviks’ coming to power stopped this process. (…) An important part of the Stolypin program was the organization – for those interested – of resettling small farmers from Ural (to Siberia, the Far East, Central Asia). In the years 1906-1913, about 3.5 million of peasants move there (Heller 2000: 700-702).

The government, said Duma Stolypin, set the stakes not on the poor and alcoholics, but on the strong ones. Under the Act of November 9, 1906 entrepreneurial peasants were granted the right to appear from the community and establish their own separated farms-separate farms (chutors) or connected plots within the community (otrub). The ownership in the rural comune – village  could be transformed by voting of family heads, by the two-thirds votes in the entire village . Money for the purchase of land from the nobility and the state came from low-interest loans from Chłopski Bank Ziemski (Figes 2009: 259).

Views on the community of Baron August Haxthausen, a German economist who traveled around Russia in 1843-44:

The community is the result of the earliest forms of development, and its ownership relations originate from the original idea of ​​the unity of the community, and the equal rights of every peasant to the part of the land that comune owns. The peasants’ demands for land division of the land resulted from the fact that the maximum number of land divisions was already carried out in communities and the plots granted were too small to support peasant families at a decent level of existence – hence the postulate of the land division of great landowners (Bazylow 2008: 199).


The subjection of the peasants left one more problem in the fall. By allocating generous farmland to the liberated subjects (about 5 ha to an adult man), the enfranchisement law left pastures and forests as landowners’ property. Under the conditions of serfdom, the peasants used the right to graze cattle and collect wood for fuel and timber, but lost it due to the separation of property (Pipes 1994: 79).

At the turn of the century, one of the most complaints of the peasants concerned the shortage of pastures. The peasant had to have access to a sufficiently extensive pasture – ideally one hectare of pasture per two hectares of arable land, and in the worst case, one to five – otherwise he could not feed his cattle and draft horses. Also, closing the access to the forest caused enormous inconvenience. In 1905, the most widespread form of peasant protest was the felling of trees (Pipes 1994: 79-80).

The land within the rural community was usually not inherited. Inheritance occurred only in the west and south of Russia. After the death of the host (bolszaka – choziaina) who ran the farm, the family shared only mobile property, and the land returned to the community and there was a new division between the male members of the village community – the peasants.

The land parcelling itself in villages was extremely complicated, partly due to communal practices, and partly as a result of serfdom. In Russia, before 1861, the estate was not a homogeneous plantation. The custom required that the landowner should divide the farmland that belonged to him into two parts, one part of which was cultivated for the landowner, and the other for the peasant. As a rule, these halves were mixed up. During the serfdom, a typical peasant village, especially in northern and western governorates, was a mosaic of long, narrow patches of land: scraps grown for the landowner and cultivated by the subjects for themselves were located nearby. Such a system, called a checkered field, was preserved after the subjects were released. As a result of the divisions carried out in connection with the abolition of serfdom, land that remained the landowner’s property, and henceforth was cultivated by means of hired labor, often remained pressed between plots belonging to the commune. Therefore the land, which landlords later sold to peasants, remained in the hands of buyers and was cultivated by them alongside municipal property, to the strong dissatisfaction of peasants belonging to the community, who hated private plots, called them “Babylonia” and wanted to retrieve them for communal ownership (Pipes 1994: 79).


How the land plots looked within the community says the following fragment:

Ten tithes (27 acres) of the peasant Siemionow consisted of over 50 different narrow plots in various places. The belts were definitely too narrow – some were no more than a meter wide – for modern plows and harrows; besides, too much time was wasted to move machines from field to field. Periodical distribution of plots within rural comunitydid not motivate to fertilize the soil, because any benefits resulting from this could be lost as a result of subsequent field assignments. There was little chance of introducing a modern crop rotation, because in the system of open fields everyone was obliged to stick to this pattern of cultivation so that the cattle could fall simultaneously on the stubble, and this is how the stagnation came about. It was my dream, wrote Siemionow, to set up a fenced farm with seven-crop rotation; no more narrow plots (Figes 2009: 259).

What were the arguments against the breakup of the Russian village community:

– granting certain property rights will deprive access to the land of others for which it was the only means of subsistence,

the private property of the oldest man in the  family will liquidate family property. He could deprive the inheritance of other family members,

-thepeople are afraid that the elders will sell the land and their children will be poor,

– many were afraid that permission to buy land would move it into the hands of the richest,

-difficulties with a fair distribution of chessboard fields due to their different quality (Figes 2009: 260).

Other obstacles preventing the exit from the community were that you had to:

– pay interest on bank loans

 – provide own means of transport, tools, wood, pastures and seed stocks that were previously a community benefit

– other municipal services – church, school, shops, and small crafts and network of neighborly contacts – have now become unavailable at least partially.

By 1917, many individual farmers had fallen into terrible poverty and were all too scrambled to liquidate farms, to rejoin the village community and participate in the division of loot, when the community resumed the battle for noble estates (Figes 2009: 264).


Of the six million individual land application applications that were received by 1915, more than one-third were later withdrawn by the applicants themselves, mainly due to the pressure of their neighbors. Of those that were completed (a total of about one million individual land consolidations), two-thirds had to be forced by the authorities against the community’s opposition (Figes 2009: 262).

The number of consolidations after the initial impulse  dropped drastically after the period 1909-1914. Between 1906 and 1917 about 15% of all peasant farms in the European part of Russia connected the land to private plots, individually or in groups, which in total amounted to 27 to 33% of peasant farms in perpetual usufruct. Most of the peasants farmed in the otrubie, which gave the right to access municipal pastures and forests. Chutors were preferred by Stolypin, but nevertheless they were less popular (Figes 2009: 263).

Between 1906 and 1911. the chances of pulling the peasantry into active participation in governing the country were missed. The Stolypin Reform aimed at establishing self-governmental lands at the level of the commune seized by self-employed peasants was rejected.

 Stolypin proposed to establish a representation of the lands at the level of the commune, where the electoral law would be rather based on property rather than on birth. This eliminated the nobility’s dominance over the peasantry, which triggered strong protests from the nobility, which could lose its social position of domination over the peasantry. Stolypin lost the struggle for peasant lands and the system of rural administration remained in the hands of 20,000 nobles. If Stolypin had succeeded in broadening the social base of local self-government in the countryside, perhaps it would not have disintegrated so catastrophically, and the Soviet authorities would not fill the social vacuum as effectively as it did (Figes 2009: 251).

There was an unobtainable barrier between the czar and the peasants, and the space filled up the conflict of interests. As a result of free-market reforms, land ownership was concentrated in the hands of rich peasants, and small farmers cultivated small plots of land to survive.

 Inheriting from the past, the fragmentation of the peasant economy has increased even more as a result of the October coup: the number of independent farms increased from 16 to 25 million during the first decade, which inevitably led to the purely consumerist character of most peasant farms (Trotsky 1991: 25).

At the same time, peasant farms were concentrated. Meanwhile, already in the spring of 1926, almost 60% of the grain for sale remained in the hands of 6% of peasant farms (Trotsky 1991: 26).

These were probably large peasant farms created as a result of buying land from small farmers and worse farmers. This led to the stratification of the rural community and the formation of a large group of landless people. This caused a reaction of the Bolsheviks and the establishment of kolkhoz and sovozy, along with the abolition of private land ownership.

But earlier was the great crisis of 1920, partly culpable by the Bolsheviks.


Russia’s difficult food situation was also caused by terror directed by the Bolsheviks against Russian peasants in 1918. Terror directed against the so-called the kulaks, ie the best farmers, caused a huge decline in agricultural production and shortages in food supply for the Russian population. Who knows whether this did not lead to a decision to attack Poland in 1920?


In 1921, 5 million people died of starvation in Russia (Pipes 1994: XII).



The appeal published in Poland in the summer of 1920 (Miłosz 2000: 120) speaks of the reasons for the Bolshevik invasion of Poland:

Why do the Bolsheviks go to us?

Do you remember the German and Austrian “potato troops”? They were called because the German staff, when the time of potato harvest was approaching, directed the troop movements so that they could take as many potato fields as possible to nourish a hungry army.

All of Russia is such a “potato army” today.

The Bolsheviks heard that in Poland this year was extremely fertile and our grain tasted good for them.

In Russia for almost three years, especially since the Bolsheviks rule there, misery is increasing more and more, people are dying of hunger and dying in cities, and in the villages it is not better either, because they take everything they have, and even that there is not much, because there is no sowing crop and there are not even agricultural tools to cultivate the land.

The Bolsheviks want to eat their fill.

They want to collect this harvest, which promises everywhere so beautifully that the oldest people of better harvests do not remember.

Bands of hungry rags are coming to us!

They are going to plunder, not only for themselves, but for the whole of their country, which the Bolsheviks have brought to hunger and misery.

Let the peasant stand by the farmer and drive the hungry locust away from his fields and his barns. You must defend yourself against this wilderness or else they will  eat us all.

In 1929, when Stalin proclaimed the transition to the policy of collectivization and the liquidation of kulak as a class, the reconstruction of the rural community began (on the Soviet order). At the beginning of the nineties of the twentieth century, kolkhozy and sovchozy, contrary to predictions, did not fall apart (Heller 2000: 700-702).

I refer to the above quotation again on February 29, 2016, obliged by thoughts about the Russian revolution. In post-revolutionary France, there was a huge concentration of agricultural ownership. This was related to the economic processes accompanying the continuous reduction in global prices of agricultural products related to the progressive global warming. The Bolsheviks, knowing probably about the process of concentration of land ownership in France, decided to carry out this process in Russia. It was the most adapted to the current global situation in agriculture. Hence the decision to concentrate land ownership in Russia in the form of collective farms and state farms. The difficulties that arose during the development of post-revolutionary small-scale French agriculture were thus avoided:

 the need to provide loans to small farms,

 supply them with means of production,

 organizing purchase of agricultural products,

 educational campaign about modern agricultural technologies,

 organizing specializations in production.

 In short, the decision of the Bolsheviks to organize collective farms and sovachments was very rational and adapted to the existing economic and political situation. A necessary condition was the extermination of the peasants for whom it was taking away the land promised by Lenin. Nowadays, a different situation is emerging, because soon food prices will skyrocket and food imports will become too expensive for the Russian budget. The only way out of the situation will be to change the structure of Russian agriculture and the development of small-scale farms in place of collective farms and sovkhozes. Small farms are 100% more efficient than large-scale agricultural enterprises and will be able to double Russian agricultural production. Unfortunately, to organize this, we need to return to the former rural communities  and feudal system in Russian agriculture. Will it be possible to carry it out and explain it to the Russians?


III. The nobles and successful liberals – elite of the bourgeois revolution

The prices of European grain, which fell rapidly since 1820 to the beginning of the 20th century, and the affranchisement of peasants, impoverished the Russian nobility.

In the mid-nineteenth century, many heirs had already fallen in debt. Until 1859, one-third of the estates and two-thirds of the peasants owned by the land aristocracy were rendered mortgaged to the aristocratic banks and the state (Figes 2009: 69).

The gentry, the landowners, seriously declined economically in the years of the agricultural crisis( low prices of american grain)  in the late nineteenth century and turned to the local governments, to defend their local interests against the centralizing and industrializing bureaucracy of St. Petersburg (Figes 2009: 69).

Because the nobility paying taxes (about 15% of income (Figes 2009: 73)) impoverished, Russia’s income also decreased. Already from the mid-nineteenth century, the foreign debt of the Russian treasury grew on the eve of World War One until  5.6 billion rubles (Bazylow 2005: 315). Probably a large part of this indebtedness was caused by investments in agricultural infrastructure run by the local-local self-governments. It was probably a far-reaching plan of Russia’s reform continued by the tsars. This was to be improved by the peasants’ position and, in the future, the state’s income was to increase. Russia’s debt was to be remedied by the reform of the Russian village – abolition of the peasants’ serfdom, which caused an increase in the income of the Russian treasury from 350 to 1 400 million rubles. This meant impoverishing the nobility’s income by about 1,000 million rubles a year and depriving them of its free labor force.

The liberation of the serf peasants brutally shook not only the economy, but also the entire culture of the provincial gentry’s life. Deprived of the free workforce, the landlords inevitably impoverished. The entire period between 1861 and 1917 could be depicted as the slow death of the former agricultural elite, on which the tsarist system was  based. In the past, the old Russian serfdom economy was never carried out with the intention of generating profits. The land gentry gained prestige (and sometimes also high office) on the basis of the number of serfs owned. The feudal system thus occupied the lands of Russia. The collapse of this social system ennobling the nobility, after the liberation of the peasants from serfdom, destroyed the world of prosperity of the old elite of the Russian nation. From then on they had to fight for existence subject to market rules. Although they received substantial sums as a result of the tsarist reform (the government was obliged to pay landowners an advance payment of 80% of the land transferred to their former subjects (Pipes 1994: 60)).Advance payments to the nobility payed by banks came from the peasants’ purchase of land (burdened with 49-year high-interest payments), but the nobles had to invest them reasonably. However, the noblemen who used to be used to the vain life (Kropotkin 1959) with difficulty and with failures adapted to the requirements of the market. Debts continued to grow, forcing the nobles to lease or sell the land in their hands.

In the period 1861-1900, over 40% of the lands belonging to the nobility were sold to the peasants, and the growing hunger of agricultural land caused by a sharp increase in the population led to a seven-fold increase in the value of land. A similar increase was recorded in lease prices and until 1900 two thirds of landed arable lands were leased to peasants. (…) Not all landowners eagerly made the debts. Many of them started the business by transforming their assets into profitable ventures, and it was from these circles that liberal representatives of the local council emerged who questioned the autocracy in the last decades of the centuries (Figes 2009: 70).

The above-described processes led to the formation of a dissatisfied elite, on the one hand composed of landless and bankrupt landowners, and, on the other hand, from  dissatisfied noblemen who were dissatisfied with the autocratic power system and who, thanks to their own work and a certain limited freedom, achieved market success. The second major reform of 1864 led to the creation of local self-government assemblies called lands( in Polish “ziemstwo”) and city council.

The lands introduced education and reform in the countryside. However, even more difficult to solve the problem for the lands was the growing opposition of the central government towards their activities under the rule of the last two tsars. Alexander III considered the lands as a dangerous breeding ground for liberalism. The government was very concerned about 70000 professional land workers – teachers, doctors, statisticians and agronomists – referred to as the third element (Figes 2009: 73).

The following quote says about the important role of the lands in reforming the countryside:

Most of the initiatives improving the location of peasant citizens were taken up by new self-government bodies, so-called lands, established at county and provincial level in 1864. They were guided by landowners who resembled the heroes of Tolstoj’s and Czechow’s liberal prose, full of good intentions, dreaming about civilization of a backward village. With the help of the enormous resources they had at their disposal, they founded schools and hospitals, provided peasants with veterinary and agronomic services, built new roads and bridges, invested in the development of local crafts and industry, financed insurance programs and agricultural loans, and carried out ambitious statistical surveys to prepare further reforms (Figes 2007: 172).

The educational and legal reforms led by Alexander I contributed to the rise of the revolutionary boiling, starting with the decembrists’ movement. Thanks to them, the level of education and public awareness has already grown considerably, under rule Alexander II who is moving towards the constitutional monarchy.

Between 1860 and 1914, the number of university students in Russia increased from 5,000 to 69,000 (of which 45% were women), the number of daily newspapers increased from 13 to 856, and the number of public institutions from 250 to 16,000 (Figes 2009: 186).

When the liberal and educated part of society – mainly members of the lands and students – gained more self-awareness and a sense of leadership in politics, at the same time realized the huge and terrifying chasm – the gap that emerged during hunger – dividing them from undernourished masses (Figes 2009 187).

The reactionary landowners, trying to oppose the influence of peasants and Jews in the lands, led to the adoption in 1890. a law prohibiting Jews and peasants from participating in elections to the lands. Self-governing lands were given to the governor’s control, and the heads of the lands appointed as a result of the counterreform in 1889 served  the  tsar faithfully until 1917 (Figes 2009: 74). Two thousand heads of the so-called to small tsars, the  extensive executive and judicial powers were granted over the peasants and they could even go into public flogging. However, their power weakened after the revolution of 1905. The officers were appointed from among retired officers and minor noble sons. With their help the tsar wanted to restore the old social order based on the alliance with the nobility. This failed the tsarist regime and the Russian society on the path of a growing conflict. Autocratic reaction against the lands-local goverments, excluded the masses from politics – peasants were considered too savage to play a role in politics. The Stolypin Reform – the project to establish the lands at the level of the commune dominated by the peasantry in 1906-1911 fell (Figes 2009: 74).

The 19th-century philosopher Dymitrij N.Szypow had a similar vision of independent Russian communities:

The key to his liberal Slavophilism was the vision of Russia as “a country with local self-governments and an autocratic ruler at the helm”. He believed in an ancient spiritual bond between the tsar and his people, in a relationship which in his understanding was broken only by the “autocracy of the bureaucracy” (Figes 2009: 188).

It was among the new elite of the society subjected to market reforms  that the staff of the lands focused on a democratic reform of the political and social system of Russia. The Social Democrats were divided into Mensheviks, who believed that education and propaganda will lead to the social breakthrough, and the Bolsheviks insisting on workers revolution in a country in which workers constituted 1.42% of the nation. The basis of the Menshevik ideology was the thought of Aleksander Hercen:

The theory of revolution presented by Hercen boils down to one central assumption, since the only source of all freedom is the people, the source of oppression is the tsarist state, Russia can only free the true social revolution. (…) The only democratic means of revolution is education and propaganda, because they will help people understand what is in their best interest and prepare them gradually for the tasks of exercising power (Figes 2009: 158).


The reason for the victory of the revolutionary Bolshevik concept was the growing state terror. In a state with terror, continuaus  terror, evolutionary concepts were hardly accepted.

In the years 1906-1909 more than 5,000 political prisoners were sentenced to death and 38,000 were imprisoned or sent to exile. In the areas of the peasant revolt, the army equated with the land of the village – it killed the leaders of the revolution. Between mid-October and the opening of the First State Duma in April 1906, the regime shot 15,000 and wounded at least 20,000 and condemned 45,000 people. (…) After the Duma was formed, there was a gulf between the constitutional ideas of liberal classes and the socio-economic problems of the masses workers and peasants: the paths of social and political revolution have spread (Figes 2009: 222).

Bloody Sunday in January 1905 began the culmination of the bloody revolutionary events of this period. They were a consequence of the crisis associated with several years (1900-1905) rapid cooling of the climate, which probably caused famine in the countryside and high prices of food in cities. The violent uprisings and riots of people in Russia frightened the liberal intelligentsia, who from the example of the French Revolution knew that the revolution was killing their children. The liberal bourgeoisie so far supporting the revolutionary movements changed its policy and began to see in the tsarist repressive system the only guarantee of preventing a bloody revolution. A political vacuum was created because the revolted masses lacked leadership. This gap was filled by the Bolsheviks and their program of workers revolution.

The gentry was frightened by the violence of the peasant masses in the 1905 revolution. They were selling their property: between 1906-1914, the landowners sold 20% of their land to peasants, 30% in more rebellious regions (Figes 2009: 231).

Reformers in the Russian state began to fear the masses.

As Lenin later estimated, by the year 1905 three things became clear:

– The bankruptcy of the bourgeoisie and its liberal parties as a revolutionary force

– the huge revolutionary potential of the peasantry

-the ability of nationalist movements in the border regions to irreversibly weaken the empire.

According to Lenin, workers can bypass the bourgeois revolution postulated by Mensheviks, and take power in alliance with peasants and national minorities (Figes 2009: 235).

It was a conscious assessment of the current political and social situation in Russia.

The Jewish minority was the most frustrated people in Russia. The persecuted, well-educated and extremely solidarity Jews were the most motivated minority to overthrow the tsarist state. Hope for a new social system in which they would not be persecuted was a sufficient reward to dedicate themselves to the revolutionary movement. They have become the leaders of the Russian revolution to use the revolutionary potential of the Russian people.

III. Elite of the Bolshevik revolution. Jews and the Russian Revolution.

The Bolshevik elite were revolutionaries from the Jewish people living in Russia. Other branches of revolutionaries were also directed by Jews. The Russian Jews, in the pursuit of gaining power in Russia, were supported by the entire world Jewish community. Interesting is the process leading to the transformation of the victims of persecutions lasting centuries into the executioners of the victims of the revolution. I describe this process below.

The Jewish Diaspora in Russia currently has about 800,000 people, but many Russian Jews emigrated to Israel and the United States. Probably in tsarist Russia, the Jews were more numerous because for centuries they fled to the east before the pogroms in Western Europe. The Jewish population in 1864, excluding Poland, had one and a half million people. On the other hand, together with Poland there were: in 1850 – 2,350,000, in 1880 – 3,980,000. From the initial group of around one million, at the first partitions of Poland, they reached 5,175,000 at the census in 1897 (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 118). .

Russian Jews could also be descendants of the Khazar state’s former society. In any case, they create usually compact, self-governing communes as a mainstay for its members. Centuries of hardships, wandering and painful struggles with fate have made them entrepreneurial but socially sensitive people. They were characterized by extraordinary solidarity because they learned that it would be easier to survive in a compact group.

A professionally disabled Jew was condemned to a total handicap. In struggling to match or even surpass the Christian majority that surrounds them, the Jews created a strong bond of solidarity between themselves, leading in some areas to the creation of mafias aimed at mutual support and elimination of Christians (Krasuski 1978: 97).

We do not usually write about Jews in historical books, so I have found information about their fate in Tsarist Russia in the article “The area of ​​settlement – homeland of Central European anti-Semitism” by Anna Pawlikowska -link: sylwa & subpage1 = sylwa00 & infopassid1 = 758 & scrt1 = sn, which appeared on the pages of the Jewish-Christians-Muslim-Forum online bulletin to the Forum website I quote:

The settlement zone was established (Jews in the zone of settlement could settle down – the author’s parable) in the western Russian governorates formed after the next partitions of Poland, as well as the Governors located on the Black Sea. Ukaz meant de facto the deportation of Jews from eastern Russia. The rules regarding the settlement of Jews in Russia and in the zone permitted for them were extremely strict and restrictive under the aforementioned edict. They were forbidden to live in the country (they had alcohol production and they sell liquor there, because how they were supposed to maintain themselves? – author’s note) and acquiring land, the ban also included larger cities. It caused huge overpopulation in small towns, resulting in lack of work, misery of inhabitants and rapid growth of national antagonisms. The journalist of “Gazeta Łódzka” notes in 1915 that “Russian laws, however, are similar to the famous bridges, which travelers must evade (circumvent)  on both sides. Avoiding the law is the same specifically as a Russian institution, such as “tsarism despotism”, ” rural self-goverment commune” and “knut.” However, to circumvent the law, you had to have some countable “arguments”, which means that a huge mass of Jews could not afford to get it.  The liberation of restrictive rules was relaxed by Tsar Alexander I in 1810 Many wealthy Jewish merchants and military found themselves in St. Petersburg or Moscow at that time, and poorer Jews settled in an increasing number of villages in which trade could be developed. In the Russia were increased the number of Jewish students, but finally the Russian educational authorities found an original solution: the Minister of Education Tolstoy introduced the amounts known as “numerus clausus” – no more than 3 to 6 percent of Jewish students were allowed to attend gymnasium. Even this small influx of Jews caused in Russia, a strong anti-Semitic reflex In 1882, during a great wave of pogroms, Tsar Alexander III toughened the rigors of the settlement zone. The “May Acts” signed by Tsar prohibited Jews from settling in villages and towns below 1000 inhabitants. Jews were also forbidden to act as advocates. As part of the execution of tsarist law, the Jewish population was expelled from St. Petersburg and Moscow to the settlement zone. The next wave of pogroms took place in the years 1903-1906. Responsibility for this falls on the Russian authorities, which inspired the population to them. A powerful and sinister role was played during the pogroms of the Association of the Russian People, the notorious Black Sotnia. It was a powerful blow to Jewish communal structures, usually deprived of all property and the ability to organize Jewish life.

The only major groups of people leaving Russia were non-Russians from the western gubernias: 3026 thousand tsarist subjects who emigrated in 1897-1916, over 70% were Jews and Poles (Pipes 1994: 81).

Jewish emigration to the USA was probably selective. These The Jewish families emigrated, recognizing the domination of women and the oral Talmud, and in Russia there remained families subject to the authority of the man and the written Talmud. The difference between them is that when the Oral Talmud is in force and the family kills a failed business son, husband, father, according to this Jewish law, there is no crime. In the written Talmud, this provision probably does not occur. These differences in the law developed by the rabbis shaped the entire Jewish culture. I learned this from a desperate orthodox Jewish Jew who told me in 2000 after the collapse of the Polish People’s Republic and the USSR: Jews no longer want to live.

Communist system was the rescue for Jewish man because in this system Oral Talmud

it was not in force, and in the free market system it was the most applicable.

Thus, we can see that in the society of Jewish immigrants to the United States, families using the Oral Talmud prevailed and this fact shaped the business culture of the United States, while in Soviet Russia remained the Jewish community using more liberal (shaped by men) written Talmud. The subsequent hostility between the Soviet Union and the US resulted from various social tactics, defined by the Talmud law, used by the elites of these countries. There are, probably because, two world Jewish mafias applying their laws in practice. Jewish capital is created thanks to a 10% tax on the turnover paid by members of the commune. This results in the principle of supporting this community of Jews in high-income positions that ensure high taxes. All methods are used to place members of Jewish communities in positions in state, municipal and business administration – wherever money is available. This money then appears in companies controlled by Jews.

For example, in the final phase of Edward Gierek’s rule in Poland, in the Polish state-owned industry, all supply departments of large enterprises were taken over by the so-called Moczara men – the Jewish male mafia. This Mafia, after the collapse of the PRL, preferred supply purchases located in “their” enterprises run by Jews, who thus mastered the Polish trade in industrial goods.

It is therefore hardly surprising that the Jews played such a large and significant role in the revolutionary movement. Even Witte after the Jewish pogrom in Chisinau in 1903. he was forced to admit that if the Jews “constitute 50% of the members of revolutionary parties”, it is “the fault of our government. Jews are overly repressed. “(Figes 2009: 104).

Tsar believed that 90% of the Jews were revolutionaries and that the pogroms were deserved (Figes 2009: 222).

In pre-revolutionary Russia there was a huge, five-fold increase in the Jewish population in 100 years, and at the same time:

the largest reform of Alexander I, historically the most important turning point in Russian history – the liberation of the peasants, the abolition of the serfdom in 1861 – turned out to be extremely unfavorable for the Jews in Russia, and even ruinous for many of them. The general socio-economic changes taking place in connection with the abolition of serfdom’s dependence […] greatly worsened the financial situation of the broad Jewish masses during this transitional period. The social change consisted in the fact that the population of the peasantry, many millions of people deprived of rights and freedom of movement, were now free, and thus the significance of numerous Jewish freedoms fell relatively. On the other hand, the economic change was expressed […] that the peasant who was freed from dependence […] needed the Jewish services less …, that is, he did not have to obey the strict ban on selling his products and buying goods differently than through the designated an intermediary (almost always a Jew in western governorates […] Now, landowners, having lost their free serfdom so as not to go bankrupt, […] were forced to personally deal with their farm, in which earlier an important role belonged to Jews – tenants We note that the agricultural credit introduced in those years was pushing out the Jew […] as the organizer of the financial basis of landed existence .. The development of client and credit associations led to the liberation of people from the tyranny of usury (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 119) , which cut the roots of the existence of the Jewish masses in Russia and caused their dissatisfaction From the government, the Tsar unsuccessfully called the Jews to:

settling on the land, allocating fertile land to them,

to education and assimilation in Russian society.

Only after the issuance of a new military regulation in 1874 allowing those educated for relief in the military service, there was a period of influx of Jews to high schools – medium and high to shorten the period of service, but also to receive officer’s degrees (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 131). In the 1870s, the percentage of Jewish students (from bourgeoisie and intelligentsia) grew considerably in universities to up to 9%, and even up to 31% in Odessa and 42% in Kharkiv, which caused reluctance in the Russian elite. The Jewish masses remained faithful to cheders and yeshivas (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 132). After the successful attack and death of Alexander II, six weeks later, there were pogroms of Jews, all over Russia, which precludes the inspiration of the Russian government. Such an action would be very difficult to organize in such a short time. Most of the Jews were robbed.

In the spring of 1881 also Łoris-Mielnikow reported to the Ruler: the basis of the present riots lies the deep hatred of the local population to the captivating Jews (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 153) caused by Jewish usury, lease of agricultural property, and mass sale of alcohol.

However, the current anti-Jewish riots […] prove that despite all efforts of the authorities, the abnormality of relations between the Jewish and native populations of these places exists as before. Since the time of easing legal restrictions, using economic conditions, the Jews took not only trade and industry, but they also acquired considerable land ownership, “with which, thanks to solidarity and solidarity, almost all of them, with few exceptions, directed their efforts not to increasing the productive forces of the state, but to exploiting mainly the poorest layers of the surrounding population (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 158).

Post-revolutionary estimates indicate that in villages lived one-third of the Jewish population, in towns also the third part, 29% in medium-sized cities and 5% in large ones. Restrictions in limiting the village population worsened the living conditions of a large part of the Jews. It caused emigration.

In early 1883, Alexander III approved the establishment of the highest commission for Jewish rights in Russia. It was attended by eminent representatives of Russian and Jewish society. The result was a conclusion: there is only one way out and one way is a way of liberation and uniting Jews with the entire population under the protection of one and the same rights (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 165).


The positions of the tsarist administration were offered to educated Jews, especially in Polish governorates (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 140), which aroused aversion to them among Poles. Jewish educated youth in Russia wanted to break this vicious circle of animosity, sometimes turning into hatred towards the Jews, and turned to serve the Russian people to ease peasants destiny. The ideals of the nation favored the assimilation and assimilation of the Russian spirit, but the young revolutionaries encountered a wall of misunderstanding among the peasants. The pogroms in Russia in 1881 caused a breakthrough in the Jewish intellectual consciousness and a further progressive union of the young revolutionaries with the Jewish masses.

There is a view that if the settlement zone were liquidated as part of the 1861-1863 reform, everything would have gone differently in our history […] Alexander II would have abolished  the settlement zone and there would be no Bund or Trotskyism! (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 177).

However, the influx of socialist ideas, Marxism from the West, caused that young Jewish revolutionaries did not fight for the abolition of the zone of settlement but dreamed of overthrowing the tsar. Youth is impatient and acts unwisely, wants to demolish and build from scratch. The evolution of the tsarist system of power towards an enlightened monarchy ruling a united nation was against the Marxist ideology calling for the destruction of the old order. Marxist ideology based on the false basis of Marx’s theory led the young Jewish revolutionaries to the end of history, to a pointless situation. It was only the collapse of the Soviet Union and the fall of communism that showed the historical truth – the road that young educated Jews went through was false, cruel and ineffective. This shows the importance of research on the historical process and unadulterated scientific discourse about our past and future. Jewish propaganda in western Europe shouted differently-minded scientists and was universally embraced  Marx’s theory of class struggle as the spring of history. Meanwhile, it turns out that permanent political, economic and social crises result from the impact of the Sun and planets on the Earth’s environment, resulting in a temporary reduction of plant production on our planet. This was predicted by an economist and mathematician Stanley Jevons 200 years ago. The phenomena that occur as a result of the Sun’s influence, permanent starvations, force the human population to aggressive behavior leading to the revolution. Climate change and the resulting lack of food are responsible for the outbreaks of the revolution.

In order to avoid misfortune in the development of our civilization, we should finally deal with the Marx theory adopted by the Jewish community and confirm with scientific research that being shapes consciousness and consciousness shapes a new being, which statement is the result of my many years of research. It should also be admitted that the peaceful evolution of the socio-economic system is the only way leading to civilization growth, development of culture and world society.

Alexander III, after 1887, energetically turned to the inhibition of Russian Jewry by civic and political restrictions, which he continued until his death. It was justified by the Jewish participation in the revolutionary movement and their anti-state attitude. The limits of Jewish admission to schools were set, which were usually the seedbed of the revolution (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 214-215). The tsar acknowledged the intellectual superiority of the Jews over the Russians and the limits leveling the chance of less-learned Russian youth. In practice, the limits of admission to schools, for example in women’s, specialist, artistic, commercial, private or private schools, have not been respected. The limits of admission to state schools, however, were a severe blow to the Jewish youth who wanted to educate. The university diploma was a pass to settle in the governorates outside the settlement zone. The careers of Jews in the advocate were also officially limited, to which they were exceptionally gifted thanks to the good memory of the centuries practiced in learning and memorizing the Talmud.

Religious minorities were oppressed in tsarist Russia as exemplified by the cruel persecutions of the Old Believers, the spiritualists, and the  Molokany. At the same time, hereditary noble titles (196 nobles in 1897) and non-hereditary titles (3371 personal noblemen) were granted to Jews (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 216-223). In 1890, Jews were removed from participation in local self-governments, and in 1892 from administrative positions in the cities of internal governorates. According to the census of 1897, 9% of the population of Russian Jews (315,000) lived outside the settlement zone, not counting those staying there illegally. For comparison, in the United Kingdom there were two hundred thousand and in France, one hundred and fifteen thousand Jews (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 224-225). The natural and geographical conditions made the Russian lands three times poorer than the lands of Western Europe, which is why the Jews lived in Russia hardly and insufficiently in comparison with the rich West-European Jewry. The government and the tsar were blamed for this, the more so because the Jewish competition was too large in the zone of settlement as the population grew. It was not the tsar who owed the poor subjects, but the environmental conditions much worse than, for example, in Europe and the USA.

The Russian Empire had too small means to organize efficiently the administration of the state, so it is incomprehensible why the well-developed local self-government has not developed.

Neither the financial nor the educated Jewish upper social layer felt the restrictions of the settlement zone, freely settling in the inner governorates. 14% of the Jewish population had a free profesion. In 1905, in Russia, over a million three hundred thousand Jews were engaged in craft work, that is, they could live outside the zone and trade there. Restrictions on Jewish settlement rights in Russia contained a very “humanitarian” idea of ​​securing dark Russian peasants against exploitation on the part of Jews, who were smarter and had greater commercial knowledge and contacts with the world. However, it is necessary to see the bright side of this “exploitation” – it was the Russian Jews who organized the export of eggs, wood (in 1813-1913 increased 140 times), grain (a million Jews engaged in grain trade) to Western Europe, what supporting  the Russian state. At the beginning of the 20th century, Jews constituted 35% of the merchant class of Russia (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 238). Private banks in Russia were mostly in Jewish hands.

In 1896, the state’s monopoly on alcohol trade was introduced, removing private (mainly Jewish) Jews, and Russia’s income from this account amounted to 285 million rubles, while direct taxes on the population amounted to 98 million rubles. As a result of the state alcohol monopoly, one hundred thousand Jews lost their source of significant earnings (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 231-232).

In 1903 a ban was issued for Jews to buy immovable property outside the borders of towns and cities. In 1908, Jews owned or rented two million tithes of land, and cultivated in the Jewish colonies one hundred and thirteen thousand tithes. The agrarian reforms of Stolypin transferring the land exclusively to the hands of those who work with them with their own hands violated the interests of an influential part of the Jews (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 234). Stolypin was shot by the Jewish revolutionary Bogrov, whose father was a wealthy entrepreneur.

Meanwhile, Russian Jewry in these decades, from the 70s of the XIX century to the beginning of the twentieth century, experienced accelerated development, undoubted flourishing of their intellectual elites, for which not only the zone of settlement, but also the limits of the Russian empire became too tight (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 240). Intellectual and business superiority of Russian Jews over the Russian native elite gave them the idea of ​​taking power in the Russian Empire. This thought was consistently implemented with the help of European and American Jewry. It was necessary to first finish tsarism and then to eliminate the Russian elite. This task was done at the expense of millions of victims. A state was created according to the Jews  ideal – the Soviet Union. History, however, plays tricks and the time has come to eliminate the revolutionary Jewish elite destroyed by Stalin and his company.

The idea of ​​mastering Russia was also caused by the anti-Semitism which was growing in Western Europe and the United States. It was caused by the high prices of food at the end of the 19th century (and the beginning of the 20th century) and the most profitable professions dominated by Jews. The phenomenon of business dominance of Jews was caused by their extraordinary solidarity in creating purchasing groups for negotiating favorable prices from suppliers (for this purpose, one Jew bought for other Jews), then controlling the sale of the selected company, taking over this supplier and mastering entire industries, trading and services. This put Jews at the top of the social ladder and pushed to the margins of the native elite, which caused resentment and self-defense in the form of anti-Semitism. It was an illustration of the order of the processes of the circle of life discovered by me, in which the threat causes the increase of knowledge and then the growth of ethics-solidarity interpersonal, which gives strength-energy to life. Jews were threatened by growing persecution, which caused their rush to education ensuring a social position, which resulted in a stronger sense of connection, ethics between the young intelligentsia and the Jewish masses. This gave the incredible strength of the Jewish people who built a new, just state in their opinion. The increase in Jewish advantage was caused by the constant threat from Christian persecutors and was a reaction to anti-Semitism. Over the centuries of persecution, the Jews, in order to survive biologically, created a social system that was restrictive for Jewish men. A Jewish man who was unable to support a family was poisoned at the behest of a rabbi or kahal by his mother, wife or daughter. The Jewish men, defending themselves, created the masculine world mafia to support themselves in business, which allowed them to preserve their lives. They were forced to get rich under the threat of death from the  Jewish women. To achieve this, they poisoned the others, killed their competitors or took over their property through marriages.

Marx’s revolutionary theory, establishing state property instead of private, exempted Jewish men from a frenzied struggle for property and promised them safe state salaries. After the victory of the Bolshevik revolution, Russian Jews had enough power in Russia to organize a state-owned industry serving all Russians and to make a secular state. They offered their extraordinary entrepreneurship to their dream state and built a real industrial power in a short time. However, there were no mechanisms for rivalry in the Soviet economic system, what brought technological backwardness. Russia, however, still has a solid foundation for quickly entering the path of innovation and reforming its socio-economic system. It must be appreciated that the Jews, by creating the Soviet Union, abandoned the role of the social layer, which was growing at the expense of society, for the service of their skills to the Russian people. They have achieved great successes in the civilization of this huge but very poor country. They can go on, but you have to help them. Their state that gives social security to the nation is falling because it turned out to be inefficient. Thus, the former economic system that gave power to oligarchy and the Jewish mafia had been restored in Russia. I propose to change in this system only the rules of inheritance.The local community should only inherit private property or the Russian society as a whole should only inherit from these mafia legends. In other words, it is commendable to get rich, but everything that you have gained in life must be given back to the public by getting a proper pension or retirement. This will allow to create a civilized and effective socio-economic system in Russia. The Jews suffered a lot and were spiritually mature under the influence of constant persecution on the part of Christians.

From this comes the conclusion that addressing with understanding and love for Jews will deprive them of the tendency to alienate from the surrounding society. Turning with love to enemies comes from the teachings of Jesus Christ and is the foundation of Christianity, therefore: Christians !!! Love Jews, if you want to convert them !!!!.

Jews could have already accepted Christianity and blended into Russian society. It was impossible for them due to the fact that no one in this society observed the teachings of Christ as the basis of Christianity. Russian Christianity (and Polish too!) Consisted in cultivating the ceremonial, it was a form of worship of the deity without the obligatory requirements of applying Jesus’ injunctions in everyday life. Meanwhile, the Jews had their own ethical system – Torah and Talmud, enforcing universal virtuous everyday life. How to abandon such a system in favor of an unregulated Christianity system? How to live in an immoral Russian society using ineffective (including business !!!) ethical system of Christianity? The Jews saw great potential in Christianity. It grew out of the evolution of Judaism. Jewish nationalists carried the Gospels to the Russian people, but this movement froze after the pogroms in 1881. The Russians could not forgive the Jews and it was against the teachings of the Church. The trick is to convince ordinary people to apply the teachings of Christ. Until now, it is failed. I proposed for Poland the Program of the Party of the Decalogue, which may allow the improvement of Christianity, and it can serve virtually every society, including Russia. I am convinced that this program will make truly Christian nations of Europe, Russia and the world. You can find it in the current version in the next chapters of my book.

At the time when the Jewish Russian intellectual elites continued to flourish, Jewish emigration to the United States grew. 78.6% of Jews (about one and a half million people) leaving Russia arrived in the US in the years 1881-1914 (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 244). Emigration was caused by the growing deprivation of the Russian people resulting from overpopulation and climatic crises causing small yields and high prices of food. Poverty of the Russian people brought about an economic crisis ruining Jewish interests and an increase in the level of aggression of the peasantry in the overpopulated Russian village. The climatic crisis intensified towards the turn of the century and at the beginning of the 20th century and it was also marked in western Europe in the high prices of food. This resulted in growing inflation, increased tension and aggression in European societies manifested by growing anti-Semitism, which in turn led to the First World War.

The determination of the extent of the influence of the Orthodox Church is important for determining the causes of persecution of Jews in Russia.

In the second half of the 18th century, the Orthodox church lost a large part of its lands to the state, and an army of 100,000 parish clerics and their families was maintained by the state (Figes 2009: 77-104).

You can see from this quote that the Orthodox church had the largest propaganda apparatus and the best access to the people from all tsarist institutions. This alliance of the tsar and his powerful propaganda tube – the Orthodox Church played its part in persecuting resourceful and well organized Jews into self-governing Jewish communities. The Orthodox Church taught that Jews should be blamed for the death of Christ. They were the salt in the eye, the stranger, who, because he was more resourceful than the average Russian, was often the object of the people’s reluctance. The Jews believed that the pogroms were caused by the tsarist apparatus in times of crisis, when a scapegoat was needed to divert the attention of the people from the socio-economic problems that Jewish pogroms were called to relieve the aggression of the crowds. Having an internal enemy on which the aggression of crowds can focus is easier to rule. However, it is not a coincidence that the waves of pogroms occurred during the years of climate crises, which turned into hunger crises and increased the number of riots. Pogroms have always exploded in the south-west of Russia and never in northern, central and eastern Russia. An example may be the Polish-Jewish Holocaust during the Chmielnicki Uprising, which probably broke out due to the sudden drought in Ukraine in that period. After all, there was no persecutor, no tsarism, and the Poles were just as murdered by the inhabitants of Ukraine as Jews.


The Jews had nowhere to run because they were persecuted everywhere. They did not want to live in such a humiliation as in their tsarist state. The only advice they came up with was to change the social system. The evolutionary road took time, and they did not want to wait anymore. The French Revolution was an example for them. No wonder there were so many revolutionaries among Jews fighting the tsarist system. They were the Bolshevik elite and did not hesitate to lead the revolution by abandoning their Jewish identity. They were not scared of the terror of the revolution but stood at its head. They had nothing to lose and everything to win. They had motivation. Thanks to this motivation, they planned and executed the extermination of almost all of the Russian intelligentsia, that could prevent the introduction of Marxism in Russia. Fate taunted the efforts of the Jews because Karl Marx’s ideas were mostly false, and they themselves faced them in opposition in the twentieth century, when it turned out that they lead nowhere.

The Pogrom in Chisinau in 1903 caused a breakthrough in Jewish consciousness and initiated the creation of armed self-defense groups. This provoked a provocative change in the attitude of Jews towards the Russian state. Tsar and the government were blamed for persecution and provocation of anti-Jewish incidents and they openly called to overthrow them. This evoked a hostile reaction from the law-abiding Russian people who saw the protection in Tsar of the opposition from Jewish overwhelming oppression. At that time, the Russian government applied for large loans in international banks controlled by the Jewish finance. Therefore, it is difficult to accuse him of thoughtlessness and simultaneous organization of Jewish pogroms in Russia, which made it impossible to take loans from Jewish bankers. The tsarist force inside Russia was too weak to contain few revolutionaries and far too weak to control the aggression of the Russian people resulting from the food and economic crisis. The Russian people themselves evoked the pogroms of the Jews, defending themselves against the aggression of Jewish revolutionaries destroying the eternal order of the tsarist state. In 1905, in three days, a wave of pogroms passed through the settlement zone (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 312).

Leo Tolstoy said: I do not believe that the police are stirring up people [to pogroms]. And so they said about Chisinau and Baku […]. It was a brutal expression of the will of the nation […] The nation sees the violence of revolutionary youth and prevents it (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 314).

Similarly, Szulgin explained in the State Duma: People’s lawlessness is very widespread in both Russia and other countries […]. The instructive picture shows in this respect […] America, where the lynching occurs under the name “Lynch’s court” […]. But an even more dangerous phenomenon has recently occurred in Russia – it is the same law that is defined as Jewish pogroms! When the authorities struck, when the most outrageous crimes against national feelings and national sanctities were completely unpunished, then people under the influence of spontaneous anger themselves went to trial. It goes without saying that, as happens in such cases, the nation is unable to separate the guilty from the innocent and, at least in our countries, he has blamed everything on the Jews. Of these, not many culprits suffered because they were very cleverly escaping abroad, while a whole host of completely innocent people were harmed (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 314).

  1. Szulgin proposed, in 1907, from the tribune of the State Duma, to state in his resolution that […] the western half of Russia, from Bessarabia to Warsaw, boils with hatred towards Jews, which he considers to be the main perpetrators of all misfortunes (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 321).

The Orthodox clergy were weak and long ago suppressed by the authorities and could not resist the pogroms:

The clergy could not even protest to the crucifixes and church banners wavering at the front of throngs persecuting the  Jews (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 315).

In the years 1905-1907, 235,000 Jews emigrated to the United States alone (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 321). At the same time, Jewish youth were educating themselves  with all power of trying to get a chance to get out of the danger in the settlement zone.

In 1905, there were 2247 Jewish students in Russia (9.2%), in 1906 there were 3702 (11.6%), and in 1907 – 4266 (12%) (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 322). The rush to education became a characteristic feature of Jewish youth because education softened the military service, gave the right to settle throughout the empire and often a free profession ensuring good living. He was an escape from a business threatened with bankruptcy and death from family cancer, and thanks to the good memory of Jews, he facilitated his scientific career. Education made it easier for Jews to gain a good professional position in the gentile society. Therefore, in the 20th century, every seventh Nobel winner in the world was a Jew.


However, it should be remembered that in 1905-1907 in Russia there were also massive pogroms of nobles and there were more of them than Jewish pogroms. The aggression of the people turned against all oppressors.

The Jews supported all enemies of Russia, including Japan in the war of 1905. The Jewish most powerful American banker Jakub Schiff granted Japan a $ 200 million loan for war purposes, guaranteed Japanese obligations incurred in Europe and at the same time torpedoed the Russians’ efforts for a loan (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 271-272). He also financed the revolutionary movement in Russia. Russian Jewry in close international agreement organized world press campaigns that discredited the Tsar and the Russian government. A new secularized educated generation of Jewish revolutionaries emerged at the turn of the century. A new organizational network and battle groups conducting terror against state organs were created. These activities were supported by Austro-Hungary, Germany, the United States, Japan, Turkey in order to weaken the tsar’s power and bring about internal riots which weakened the then strong Russian state. Lenin and a group of Russian revolutionaries were transported to Russia by the German authorities to organize revolution and sabotage actions of the tsarist authorities, which aimed to establish a separatist peace between Russia and Germany. Lenin’s peace slogans with which he referred to the masses were then populism, but nevertheless had a great humanistic sense in stopping cruel and stopping millions of victims of war.

In March 1917, the well-known lawyer O.O.Gruzenberg spoke with passion and commitment to the leaders of the Provisional Government and the Workers’ and Soldiers’ Deputies’ Council: We generously gave the Revolution a huge “percentage” of our nation, almost all of its flower, almost all youth […] And when in 1905, a revolutionary people arose, innumerable Jewish militants flowed into its ranks with unstoppable force (Solzhenitsyn 2012: 283).

No one knows how to argue against  that the Jews really helped Lenin in organizing the Russian proletariat and in bringing him to power. This is evidenced by the names of the first commissars and statistics of the Bolshevik administration in 1917-18: 448 Jews, 30 Russians, 34 Latvians, 22 Armenians, 12 Germans, 3 Finns, 2 Poles, 1 Czech, 2 Georgians, 1 Madjar.

Later, the picture changed and now we see natives from the Caucasus at the place of the Jews (written in 1930 *). We know that the Jews helped Lenin with their money, but we also know that the attacks on Lenin, Trotsky, Uricki, Volodarski and Joffe were organized and carried out by Jews. We know, too, about the curse, which the rabbis cast against Trotsky, Zinoviev, Kamenev, Uricki, Volodarski, Parnus-Gelfand. I could not remain silent about this fact, because he proved the passivity of the Russians and the mobility and strong internal organization of the Jewish “diaspora”, which is now being prosecuted and suppressed by new factors forming part of the Soviet Russia government (…) Indeed, the Bolshevik staff received from Sweden i.e. from Sumy Sumenson, considerable sums in gold, which was found by the investigation commission of Gen. Riezanów, and about which all Russian, French and English newspapers were written. The investigation revealed that these sums came from the Spartacist coffers, led by Liebknecht, with whom secret relations were held by Jakub Schiff, Kuhn, Loeb, Maks Warburg, and other bankers who belonged to the Jewish universe finances. On the other hand, the union of these Jewish activists with the staff of William II was not indicated by General Ryazanov, nor by Miliukov, Nabokov or Kierenski (Ossendowski 1930: fragment of Postscript).

The tsarist policy towards the Jews had a huge impact on the rise of anti-Semitism in the Polish territories, which became the area of ​​acute economic struggle between Jews fleeing from persecution and indigenous peoples. The principles of the settlement zone, introduced by Katarzyna II and creatively developed by its successors, lasted until the February Revolution of 1917.

Litwacy – Russian Jews came to Poland, they were hostile to the Polish State (Różański 2007: 165). Some explanation of this hostility results from the treatment of Polish Jews in Poland. They were employed to multiply the money of the Catholic Church and were killed when they suffered financial losses impoverishing the Polish Church. The Lithuanians knew this and hated the Polish State for tolerating such practices. They were possible because they were convenient for kahals that had enormous church assets and for the hierarchy of the Catholic Church, which generated huge income from borrowing money for a percentage to the  Jewish communities. These practices probably continue to this day not only in Poland.

The above information is an explanation of why the Bolshevik revolution was led by people genetically originating from the Jewish nation, created by centuries of persecution and anti-Semitism of Christians who are not practicing the teachings of Christ. The Jews deprived of illusions about human nature and distant from God, whom they could not forgive centuries of anguish, wishing to take their destiny into their own hands, merciless and intelligent in the use of terror, only to free themselves from the rule of the hated tsar. The fate of Jews, including Russian Jews, is an example of the effect of antagonisms between people resulting from the existence of different religions created by the elite nations. I am calling on these elites for dialogue, which will surely lead to the establishment of a new universal world religion. My voice in this very important matter is included in the short texts published on Researchgate.

III. Understanding the Bolsheviks.

There were about 150 million people in post-revolutionary Russia, of which 120 million were peasants, as described by Stanisław Przybyłowski in the book “Peasants under Bolshevik rule.” Such a large number of peasants were min. the effect of the previous feudal rule, where the nobleman was rewarded for the number of subjects and he headed for the maximum number of them. The social structure caused a huge handicap of the peasants because the demand for the food they produced was very small – there were only 30 million of its recipients.

In this context, efforts to reduce the number of peasants or increase the number of their clients were desirable. The Bolsheviks adopted the optimal program of this change leading to the improvement of the entire Russian people’s existence, because they planned to reduce the size of the peasant layer and increase the number of city residents.

Implementation of the plans took place during the reign of Józef Stalin, who was pushing for the industrialization of the country with the simultaneous organization of large state and cooperative farms. The first caused an increase in population in cities where large industry was built, and the second one reduced the demand for labor in agriculture, causing its outflow to cities. This process, although having a humanistic message, caused great suffering in the transforming layer of the Russian peasantry, forcing her to abandon the age-old way of life and move to cities and employment in industry. During its implementation, during the Bolshevik terror, 15 million Russians were killed (Solzhenitsyn 2014: 264). This terror was directed by the Bolsheviks – mostly Jews and they are responsible for the largest genocide in the 20th century in the Russian nation – murdering the intelligentsia and a large part of the Russian people. The result was the enrichment of the Soviet Union, because fewer farmers produced food for a larger number of industry and the rest of the economy, which increased industrial output and national income.

A similar process, only natural, forced by natural processes, took place in England and Western Europe over several centuries, ie from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century.

The age-old cooling of the climate called the Little Ice Age caused the demand for warm clothing. Technical progress and the demand for warm clothing has led to the development of a cloth industry producing woolen fabrics in the Netherlands from the beginning of the 16th century. This caused an increase in the demand for wool and increased sheep farming. Especially favorable conditions for sheep breeding prevailed in England, whose humid climate was conducive to the growth of grass, the main feed of sheep. A profitable sheep farm was interested in England the rich bourgeoisie who started to buy decayed estates. Transforming them into profitable capitalist enterprises resulted in the reduction of employment in agriculture changing its character from feudal to free market. In the former agricultural system, the importance of the feudal lord depended on the number of subjects remaining in his possessions. In the free market system, the importance of the businessman depended on the capital accumulated and the company’s profit. The increase in the number of profitable landowners resulted in a reduction in employment in agriculture and the outflow of free employees to cities where the industry developed, supplied with a cheap labor force coming from the village. The demand for mechanization on the part of modern agriculture stimulated the development of industry, which caused a constant change in the social composition of the population of England and, consequently, the increase in urban population and the decline of the rural population. This resulted in an increase in national income and the enrichment of Western European societies following the footsteps of England.

The similar process of the Bolsheviks was carried out over several decades, which should be called their tragedy and success at the same time. It was a tragedy because it caused huge suffering in the Russian nation, and a success because it led to a huge modernization of this backward and poor country.

Nowadays, in order to use the potential of Russia built by the Bolsheviks, it is necessary to increase the number of rural population, deconcentrating Russian agriculture and introducing in it the peasantry and modern variant of the feudal agricultural system, which, after all, promotes the increase in the number of subjects and the increase in food production. This will stop the process of Russia’s depopulation (Eberhardt 2010: 50-70) and will increase the production of food, so much needed in the world and in Russia. It will also increase the demand for products of the Russian industry.

A similar procedure must be carried out in Europe. Russia and Europe need farmers which skould  be  resettle from overcrowded Asia and Africa. This is my way of solving the problems of the Eurasian continent.

III. Summary of the Russian revolution


In this work I tried to show respect for the authors of quoted quotes. Without their tedious research work, I would not be able to prove my thesis. The right arrangement of the quotes indicated the direction of my thinking about the revolution in Russia.

Considerations about the impact of climate on the economic and political process have begun recently. Our 20th-century predecessors were not aware of its overwhelming influence and cyclicality. Climatic crises caused repetitive crises of hunger, and political and social conflicts. Carat tried hard to cope with this cyclical poverty experienced by his subjects as evidenced by the following quote:

In November 1906. “Broke out” very troublesome for the government, irritable and undesirable during this period “Hurko-Lidval case”, as it was commonly called. It was one of the largest financial scandals in tsarist Russia. A special spice was added by the fact that the main accused was Deputy Interior Minister Włodzimierz Hurko. Hurko was the main director and coordinator of relief for starving province. (…) From accurate calculations, it was necessary to buy and deliver to the hungry governorate about 40 million cereal presses (ie 665 200 tons) so many orders were ordered in various enterprises, which carried out successive deliveries according to the adopted assumptions and plan ( Bazylow 2008: 184-185).

Erik Leonard Lidval, a Swedish citizen, got an order from Minister Hurka for the supply of 16 000 tons of rye at a price of 76 to 85 kopeks per 16,3 kg and an advance of 800,000 rubles, but the contract was not able to realize. It can be seen from this that tsar actually had powerful problems with its bureaucracy that prevented the crises from being resolved. He undertook numerous attempts at reforms going in the right direction and aimed at alleviating crisis situations. The people rebelled despite this. There was no contact between the tsar and the people. And yet there was a time and opportunity to create a powerful and efficient self-government apparatus based on peasant self-governments – lands and сообщество. Would it not help in solving state problems? The problem of hunger can be avoided by having money to buy food and an efficient supplier who will reliably realise supplay of the food  at the time. Tsarist Russia had neither money nor efficient suppliers. The food crisis that began in the world at the beginning of the 20th century made food prices soar upwards. Because people have to eat, and when they are hungry, they rebel, the crisis in Russia could not have been avoided at the time. However, writing about those times gives us a lesson in what can wait for us in the future. Both European revolutions: French and Russian, occurred during a powerful cooling of the climate (See Figure 23 – C. Europe (6) and Fig. No. 24). At the same time, the Chinese Revolution and the Mexican Revolution took place with the Russian Revolution. Agricultural production in the world fell then and food prices increased very much, which is visible in the chart below (Drawing No. 27). People were not able to accept it, they went out into the streets and began to murder those guilty (?) Of the crisis. Guilty was nobody but climate. And the climate on Earth is dependent on the Sun and the planets. We depend on the processes of the Sun and the Cosmos.

The coolness of the climate, threatening another great revolution, can come at any moment and sweep away the current elite. Unless they start investigating the climate issues and find out the date of the next cooling. We will then be able to take countermeasures and prevent the revolution. Everything in our hands.

Fig. No. 27. Grain prices in China and Europe in 1738-1906 (in grams of silver per kilogram)

Sources: Rice prices in the lower reaches of Yangzi and wheat prices in Zhili-in North China from the work of Lillian M.Li, Integration and Disintegration in North China’s Grain Markets, 1738-1911, The Journal of Economic History, Vol.60, No.3 (Sept.2000), European prices from Robert C. Allen’s work The Great Divergence in European Wages and Prices from the Middle Ages to the First World War, Explorations in Economic History, 38, 2001, 411-447


The above chart comes from the following work resulting from the cooperation of many authors:

Wages, Prices, and Living Standards in China, Japan, and Europe, 1738-1925.

Robert C. Allen, University of Oxford, Nuffield College,

Nuffield College, New Road, Oxford OX1 1NF

Jean-Pascal Bassino, Maison Franco-Japonaise, Tokyo / Hitotsubashi University,


Debin Ma, GRIPS / FASID Tokyo,

Christine Moll-Murata, Utrecht University,

Jan Luiten van Zanden, Utrecht University / International Institute for Social History,


Link to the above work:

The above chart comes from the following work resulting from the cooperation of many authors:

Wages, Prices, and Living Standards in China, Japan, and Europe,1738-1925.

Robert C. Allen, University of Oxford, Nuffield College,

Nuffield College, New Road, Oxford OX1 1NF

Jean-Pascal Bassino, Maison Franco-Japonaise, Tokyo/Hitotsubashi University,


Debin Ma, GRIPS/FASID Tokyo,

Christine Moll-Murata, Utrecht University,

Jan Luiten van Zanden, Utrecht University/International Institute for Social History,


Link do powyższej pracy:


III. The future of Russia and Slavs

The result of the Bolshevik revolution, which was mainly directed by the Jews, was the murder of the indigenous Russian elite and about 15 million of the best Russian farmers during  forced collectivization (according to A. Solzhenitsyn). It was the largest genocide planned and performed in the 20th century. This is another quote:

In the last century, at a time when this was already spoken of loudly in Western Europe, and thus between 1823 and 1877, in other words, in 55 years, the Russian tsarist government sent 598 000 people to Siberia …

After the overthrow of the tsarist government and the outbreak of the Bolshevik Revolution, the Council of People’s Commissars, following Lenin’s personal instructions, announces on December 20, 1917 a decree on the establishment of the “Extraordinary Commission for Counter-Revolution and Speculation”, commonly known as: CZEKA.

On April 15, 1919, the All-Russian Central Executive Committee, known under the acronym WCIK, announces the first decree on the establishment of “Forced Labor Camps”, expanded then and worked out in detail by a decree of May 17, 1919, signed by the then chairman of WCIK Awanesov. At the moment, 97 concentration camps are being built.

On February 6, 1922, by the resolution of the Ninth Congress of the Supreme Soviet, CZEKA was renamed the “Special State Political Office”, or in short OGPU.

By decree of July 10, 1934, the OGPU becomes under the name GUGB (Central Office of State Security), included in the General Commissariat of Internal Affairs of the NKVD. At the same time, in order to facilitate the fight against counter-revolution, special so-called “Adjudication Teams” -OS (Osoboje Sowieszczanije), issuing administrative judgments, were selected. The number of convicts sentenced to death in this mode or serving a sentence in concentration camps before the outbreak of the Second World War, in other words over twenty-two years, amounts to over twenty-two million people.

The number of concentration camps exceeds the number 200, also sharing sub-camps, or “Łagpunkty”. And in this number there are such colossi as Kolyma, housing about three million condemned. The general loss of the population incurred as a result of the revolution, through civil war, terror, victims of collectivization, hunger and concentration camps – during the same twenty-two years before World War II – were about forty million people (Mackiewicz 1957: 48-49).

All this happened in the name of the social theory of Karl Marx, which, as I show in the book Natural history and climate was false. About 40 million Russians were murdered in the name of false Jewish ideology. With the help of this ideology, an attempt was made to build a paradise on Earth, a Bolshevik state in which almost all of the achievements of human civilization were rejected. Building from scratch you have to know where it’s going, you need to have knowledge. Marx and his followers did not have this knowledge.

Without knowing where it is going, it is difficult to build a stable state. The Soviet Union fell and with it Jewish dreams of a carefree life. After the Soviet Union, from which many Jews left for Israel in the end of XX century, the Russian state remained on the ruins of the Soviet empire. It is struggling with an inefficient social system, inefficient industry and agriculture. The largest state on Earth requires reforms to ensure a peaceful existence for the Russian people. These reforms should consist in returning to the past, which was destroyed by the Bolshevik revolution. A self-government structure should be established, based on former rural communities – battles and new non-hereditary nobility supported by (being a social property) business and science center. The ideology of the new Russia will be based on the teachings of Jesus Christ. Based on such principles, the Russian state will become a home for hundreds of millions of Asians who will build their prosperity for themselves and the oppressed Russians with their work. For this to happen, aggression in international relations must stop, allowing Russia  building a just state.

The American and European elites want to destabilize Russia to bring order there based on theirs heartless principles. There must be an agreement between the Slavs who will save the largest Slavic state and will use the entire culture of the Slav nations for the prosperity of the world.


Jakuszowice, 5 August 2014, 4:30                                Bogdan Góralski


Translated from Polish using Google Translate in July 2018 in Jakuszowice

Jakuszowice, 26 July 2017, time 7:33

Living conditions in Russia and climate changes in period 1700-1900 years.

Author Bogdan Góralski


In Russia, systematic research on the growth and health of candidates for the army was conducted.

Because, as shown earlier in numerous works, the change  the height of the members of the human population depends on nutrition, and the diet improves and deteriorates cyclically to the rhythm of climate change. Favorable climatic conditions result in better nutrition of the population and a greater height of its members and vice versa.

In the chart below, we see that the candidates for the Russian army-conscripts, in the period 1700–1790 had deteriorating board, nutrition which was signaled by a declining height in conscripts.

In the period 1790-1915, the conditions of feeding Russian conscripts improved, which is indicated by the height, increasing  among the candidates for the Russian army.

This shows that the climate conditions in Russia deteriorated in the period 1700-1790, and were fluctuating periodically, improving in general until 1915. Demographic data on the Russian population indicate that in the period 1790-1915, the number of population of Russia grew rapidly, and anthropological research indicates that the abundance of food affects the masculinization of the population – an increase in the number of men in the population. The society with the majority of men is more aggressive, which explains the revolutionary behavior of the Russian population when the climate crisis of the early 20th century came.

Fig. 1 Changes of the height in [centimeter]of candidates for the Russian army in the period 1700-1915.

The chart was prepared by Bogdan Góralski based on the data from tables and 8.5 contained in the book by Boris Mironov (2014), The standard of living and Revolutions in Russia, 1700-1917, Routledge, London-New York.


Warsaw, January 15-16, 2016, 7:00 PM, 35 Bogdan Góralski


Future Earth’s climate change

Future Earth’s climate change

In previous papers, I wrote about the correlation of changes in the position of magnetic poles and changes in the Earth’s climate. The apparent, seeming motion of the magnetic pole on the surface of the earth is an indicator of the displacement of the earth’s coating (the crust and upper part of the earth’s mantle) around the liquid interior of the earth. The Earth’s coating, which rotates in relation to the ecliptic, notes the changes in the sunlighting of the Earth’s surface, and consequently changes in the location of the climate and precipitation zones.

Today the magnetic pole moves eastward to Siberia. Its present location near the geographic pole causes that the speed of rotation of the earth increases. Because of this, oceanic upwelling decreases and and surface temperatures of ocean is increasing which warming Earth’s climate. This proves the return of the earth’s shell to a position of equilibrium. What will be the further movements of the magnetic pole and the earth’s shell and what will they bring?

If the North Magnetic Pole approaches Siberia, the earth’s coating will move so that Siberia will be close to the axis of rotation of the Earth. The rotational speed of the Earth will then decrease and the oceanic upwelling will increase and the surface temperature of the oceans will decrease. In general, the global climate will cooling down.

The northern part of the Eurasian continent will be in a less sunny and cooler climate, and the southern part will be affected by drought. North America will be in a warmer climate, which in the north of the continent will favor vegetation and the south of the continent will experience drought. North Africa will be in a permanent dry zone and the Sahara will grow green. The climatic zones will shift to the current position of ca. 15 degrees latitude, which will change the spread of vegetation zones. There will be a global increase in the number of earthquakes, especially in the Mediterranean, Central America, the Malay Archipelago and Australia.

In my latest works published on Researchgate, which are in my opinion, evidence of movements Earth’s coating, ie. the crust and the upper mantle, around the Earth’s liquid interior. The shift of precipitation in the USA (50-30 degrees latitude) and India (30-10 degrees latitude) tends to suggest that the precipitation zones seem to migrate. In my opinion rainfall zones have a fixed position relative to the ecliptic, but the movements of the Earth’s coating make India move in or out of the zone 20-5 degrees latitude, where the torrential rain is in the summer, like the USA which are (in and out) of the wet zone of winter precipitation middle latitudes, which causes a cyclical variation of precipitation depends on the movements of the earth’s coating.

These changes will negatively affect food production and human well-being.

To prevent the development of an unfavorable global situation, I described in my book, “Natural History and Climate Change 2017”, an action plan that requires international elites cooperation. It is up to the elites to decide if we can realised this plan.

Warsaw, 24 November 2017, 5:00 pm Bogdan Góralski

Successful act of love with your woman  

Successful act of love with your woman
The meeting a man and a woman usually gives rise to the temptation of the final in a love act. If this love act is successful and ends with ecstasy, the meeting may turn into a permanent relationship. However, achieving the fulfillment in the act of love by both lovers is not easy. Usually, there is a short duration of sexual intercourse that ends with premature ejaculation of the male and lack of orgasm in the woman. Human civilizations have invented many methods of prolonging sexual intercourse with a woman by a man. One of them is permanent removal of the foreskin of the man’s penis, which is commonly used. However, does this solution have no negative consequences? Sometimes removal of the foreskin of a man’s penis is a religious act, for example, among Jews who were identified by the Nazis by missing a foreskin. There is another simpler solution used among Poles. When I was a primary school student and began to develop sexual desires,
I have often talked with my friends about sex. One of them told me that his mother had advised him to uncover his foreskin on his penis and kept his penis stripped that way in his pants. Such a method reduces the sensitivity of the penis to tactile stimuli, which helps to delay ejaculation after some time. I remembered this and after many years I applied this method effectively resulting in a prolonged sexual intercourse. I advised this to my son and today I would recommend it to other young men, that they would have more pleasure during sex, satisfying their woman every time.
Warsaw, 12 April 2018, 16:05 Bogdan Góralski