With the Germans advancing on one side, the Russian workers on the other, the Romanovs, trapped in the Winter Palace, resorted to signs and wonders, to fortune-telling and the ministrations of Rasputin, the mad monk. Thirty years later, in das fuehrerbunker, the death of President Roosevelt was taken by leading Nazis as divine deliverance, Hitler’s astrologer working overtime. The Romanovs had started on their journey to defeat with the massacre of a workers' march come to petition the "little father" for improved wages; the Nazis finished up by concluding that the German people had let them down.
Rundle: imploding Right in its Winter Palace turns against the people
Desperate, the Right has fallen back on national security fears and blaming "the mob" for its many misfortunes.