Not theorizing at all. Merely stating facts as they happened.
How many temples were there before Bolshevik revolution, and how many churches?
Odessa was 30-40% Jewish at one point. It was proportionate.. Jews were pretty religious before the revolution. Yet, there wasn't a single functioning temple and quite a few churches when I was a kid.
Bolsheviks were anti-religion, but what motivated them right after the Bolshevik revolution, was destroying the traditional Russian culture. Christians were persecuted MUCH MORE than Jews, with thousands of priests executed and churches destroyed.
That's such bull and you know it. Russian traditional culture spread all through asia and was forced on other ethnicities that made up the Soviet Union. In fact, I have several friends who are from Uzbekistan.. And they are very surprised at how much more freedom of religion they had there, then Jews in ukraine/russia did. People on the whole were not anti semitic in Asian republics, and Caucus republics. What's interesting is that Armenians and Georgians, who are christian orthodox themselves, got along with Jews just fine. I had quite a few relative in Baku as well, and people from that region were not anti semitic at all.
I have finally found someone from Brighton Beach, who emigrated from Odessa. Finally my stereotypical Ukrainian Jew is on FR!
Great. I have finally found a good ol' stereotypical Russian. So, you didn't answer when I asked if you believed Protocols of Zion to be true or not... So do you?
Another example of your incorrect generalizations. Muslim republics were the first ones from where the Jews ran away. Let alone Chechnya, for example.
Next thing you'll say the Taliban was better for the Jews, LOL!