You can tell how people feel about a government by the way they vote with their feet. There were about 7 million Jews in the Russian Empire in 1917. By 1923, when the Soviet Union sealed the border against further emigration, there were only about 3 million Jews left. Most of the Jews who had lived in the Russian Empire chose not to live in the Soviet Union.
we had a discussion on how kommies were cheered in Poland in 1939.
No, it was not commies who were cheered, it was the Russian Army. And with good reason. Any Jew who got behind Russian lines and managed to stay there was likely to survive the war. 90% of the rest died. In hindsight, they were correct to cheer the Russian Army.
These Jews were Polish citizens. Therefore, they were simply traitors. Thank you for giving your honest answer on this issue.
During peace time, maybe. The fact that people were fleeing civil war where millions got killed, famine and shortages, doesn't prove anything.