The Mensheviks are a dialectical construct produced by Vladimir Lenin and Julius Martov at the Second Congress of the RSDLP in London in 1903. Lenin and Martov contrived a dispute over membership in the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party (RSDLP) in order to produce a split resulting in a hardline Bolshevik (majority) under Lenin and more liberal Menshovik (minority) under Martov. This enabled Jew Jacob Schiff to finance both sides ensuring a Jewish Marxist future for Russia. Lenin would later describe the dialectic in his Materialism and Empirio-criticism published in 1909 were he effectively formulates the necessity to control all sides of the material world eliminating ‘idealism’, or the element of the mind (consciousness, spirituality).