The Chekist is a 1992 Russian/French drama directed by Aleksandr Rogozhkin. Since it’s first screening in 1992 at the Cannes Film Festival and due to pressure from Jewish groups the film has not secured a distribution deal.
In the early days of the Jewish Bolshevik take over of Russia, a Jewish led secret police force called Cheka rounded up and snuffed out any and all opposition to the new Jewish Bolshevik rule, including aristocrats, clerks, soldiers, and friends and relatives of the above. For killing a European is enough, if he is a christian, nurses wounded Czarist soldiers, if he expresses the slightest critic of the Jewish Bolshevist rule, or even, if he is on the street after 8 in the evening.
The nazino gulag infamously known as cannibal island
The Gulag was the Jewish NKVD’s system of forced labour and extermination camps. Any person suspected of disagreeing with the Jewish Bolshevik Government could be kidnaped by the Jewish secret police or Cheka and deported to a Gulag. The most infamous of these camps was the desolate island of Nazino also known as Cannibal Island. Among the many atrocities women and children were raped, tortured and butchered. Speculation has that Jewish Cheka returning home after their stint in said Gulag were subjected to name calling like ‘Nazi’ for the Nazino Gulag. It is also highly significant that the Jewish Bolshevik USSR was said to have banned the term Nazi after 1932, and the use of the word Fascist was encouraged against the German enemy.