Sunday, August 09, 2009

What is a Communist and who is a Jew

It is odd that I find myself lecturing a speaker from the kook John Birch Society on the subject of what a Communist is. A communist is a follower of a death cult be it Mao, Stalin, Trostsky or the flavor of the week. They are sworn enemies of man kind whose sole loyalty is to the advancement of their cult of death. Communists knowingly lie to advance their cult of death. They portrayed the Rosenbergs as innocent and knew otherwise. They have betrayed this country many times and have committed terrorist acts in the USA.

Communism is a surrogate religion as defined by Toynbee. A communist severs all ties to his nation, ethnicity and religion in favor of an internationalist conspiracy. They go through great lengths to conceal their identity and work to subvert large groups.

Orthodox Jews especialy those of my grandfathers generation viewed them as traitors and non Jews. Religious families have been known to disown communists. Ethel Rosenbergs father did not speak to her for years after she became a communist. Often members of families would not
acknowledge members who embraced Communism. In 40 years of association with the Orthodox community I never met a single commie and many who were hostile to communists.

When this member of the John Birch society portrays Communism as a Jewish reaction to bigotry he is repeating Nazi style material. For every war criminal named Trotsky there were likely five normal Jews trying to make a living in a small back water village.

I want to point out at first I did not understand why David Horowitz distanced himself from this person. Horowitz did so ahead of the objectionable writings embraced by white power types and a really stupid appearance on the political cesspool radio show. Horowitz is obviously a very perceptive man.

4 comments:

Ducky's here said...

Beak, the Shakers were communists. I've always been struck by how productive, peaceful and artistic that culture was.

Ducky's here said...

Beak, sounds like you are embarrassed by some family membership in the TKRP.

There's no need for it.

beakerkin said...

Absolutely not. My grandfather fought for Poland and was known widely for enacting a unique brand of social justice. He didn't like war
but felt that commies were evil and deserved their fate.

The Pagan Temple said...

The Shakers weren't too damned productive, they pretty much disappeared within a fifty year time span.