And — oh yes — we’ve always been at war with Eastasia.
Josef Stalin (l.), with Nikolai Yezhov (r.), People’s Commissar for Internal Affairs (director of Stalin’s purges and trials)
Comrade Yezhov was arrested on 10 April 1939 and executed on 4 February 1940
Vladimir Lenin and Leon Trotsky: Now you see him.
Now you don’t.
A meeting of the St. Petersburg Union of Struggle for the Liberation of the Working Class, in February 1897
Alexander Malchenko was executed on 18 November 1930
As featured in Bruce C. Hafen, “A Disciple’s Life: The Biography of Neal A. Maxwell” (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 2002) — At an event for the Middle Eastern Texts Initiative at the Embassy of the Royal Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in Washington DC. From left to right: Elder Neal A. Maxwell of the Council of the Twelve, Ambassador Marwan Muasher, Senator and Mrs. Harry Reid, President Merrill J. Bateman, and, representing what would later become the Maxwell Institute, Professor Daniel C. Peterson (Click once to enlarge; click twice to enlarge fully.)
A screenshot of something noticed by a friend (click to enlarge)