(Jewish Telegraphic Agency) As the murderous exploits of the Judeo-Bolsheviks reached the western press, Jews began trying to distance themselves from this wholesale Jewish movement, fearing that it could result in a reactionary pogrom against Jews worldwide:
The recent developments in the Communist party in Russia and in the Soviet government, particularly the fate of Leon Trotsky, is the subject of an editorial in the Cleveland “Jewish World.” These developments have the result that there are no more Jews among the Communist leaders, the paper declares.
“It is indeed a pleasure to know that there are no more Jewish Communist leaders. The old leaders disappear from the platform and new ones are not added,” writes the paper.
“When the unfortunate Bolshevism appeared in the world in 1917 the few Jewish Bolsheviks made so much noise that one might have thought that there are only Jewish Bolsheviks in the world.”
“In Germany there was Rosa Luxemburg, in Bavaria a Kurt Eisner, in Hungary, a Bela Kun, and in Russia, horrors ! a [Leon] Trotsky, a [Lev] Kameneff, a [Grigory] Zinovieff, a [Maxim] Litvinoff, and a Karl Radek. Today, twelve years later, almost no one of them is left, no trace of them remains. There are, indeed, still Communist movements in various countries, here weak, there stronger, but there are no more Jewish Communist leaders.
“What happened? Just a bagatelle. The Communist Jewish leaders have found that their comrades, the non-Jews, strongly believe in the Talmudic dictum: ‘A Jew, though he transgresses, is a Jew.’ You may be a Communist, you may be ready for self-sacrifice, for your Communism, but if you are a Jew, you are not needed.
“There are no more Jews among the Communist leaders — blessed be the righteous Judge,” the editorial says.
Jews are experts at “bagatelles” — trivializing or greatly minimizing Jewish treachery — as if the Jewish hand in the world’s greatest genocide was short-lived and eventually taken over by the “antisemitic” goyim.
The Stalinist “purges” of the Communist Party in Russia did not remove all — or even a majority of Jews in leadership positions — rather, they removed the Trotskyite factions in the party, which overwhelmingly was comprised of Jews.
As Alexander Solzhenitsyn pointed out in his book 200 Years Together, even after the “purges” Jews still comprised over 80% of leadership positions in the Comintern.
It was because of these “purges” of certain Jews from the Party that many Jews became — at least superficially “anti-communist” — such as Karl Kautsky, a traditional Marxist who saw violent Bolshevism as a threat to Jews worldwide.
While Kautsky acknowledged that the Bolshevik dictatorship made many individual Jews very powerful, it also threatened Jews as a whole.
According to a 1923 JTA article, “Kautsky believes that the fall of Bolshevism will result in a terrible flood of hatred against Bolshevism being loosed upon the Jews, if the masses will identify Bolshevism with the Jews.”
That same year, the JTA ran another article which pointed out that the Bolsheviks themselves were terrified that if they lost their iron-grip control of Russia that a “frightful massacre” of Jews would occur in retaliation for their blood-thirsty violence against the Christian population.
Isaac Don Levine — another prominent “anti-Stalinist” Russian-born Jewish journalist — stated matter-of-factly in the October 22, 1926 edition of the Jewish Tribune,
“Trotsky executed that diabolical conspiracy of the international Jewish bankers to seize control of the world…”
Yet while he freely admitted that Bolshevism was in fact a “conspiracy of the international bankers,” Levine, in the very same article, claimed that “Karl Marx being the founder of an international Jewish conspiracy” was a “myth.”
It’s important to note that all of these denials and distancing from the Bolsheviks appeared in Jewish newspapers primarily for a Jewish audience.
Their purpose wasn’t to convince non-Jews that Jews didn’t dominate this international communist conspiracy — rather it was to convince the average Jew of their “innocence.”
And that is why — 100 years later — most Jews still deny that Bolshevism and Communism are strictly Jewish agendas — nor are they aware — or at least allow themselves to acknowledge — that Jews — not “Nazis” — orchestrated the greatest single genocide of the 20th Century.
Let’s let the Jews themselves tell us whether or not communism is Jewish:
“Anti-Communism is Anti-Semitism.”
—Jewish Voice, July – August 1941
“Communism is our supreme revenge against Christianity.”
–Jewish Chronicle, December 1918
“Judaism is communism, internationalism, the universal brotherhood of man, the emancipation of the working class and the human society. It is with these spiritual weapons that the Jews will conquer the world and the human race.”
—Rabbi Harry Waton, “A Program for The Jews and An Answer To All Anti-Semites: A Program for Humanity,” 1939, p. 100
“Everything can become a Jewish religion as long as it sustains a lucid concept of choseness. This includes: Communism, the Holocaust, solidarity, human rights, enlightened egotism, moral interventionism and also Judaism. Accordingly, Judaism is just one jewish religion amongst many.”
“The Communist soul is the soul of Judaism. Hence it follows that, just as in the Russian revolution the triumph of Communism was the triumph of Judaism, so also in the triumph of fascism will triumph Judaism.”
—Rabbi Harry Waton, A Program for the Jews and Humanity and an Answer to All Anti-Semites (New York: Committee for the Preservation of the Jews, 1939),, p. 143-144
“Some call it Marxism, I call it Judaism.”
—Rabbi Stephen Wise, former Chief Rabbi of the United States, The American Bulletin, May 5,1935
“First of all, we have to understand what communism is. I mean, to me, real communism, the Soviet communism, is basically a mask for Bolshevism, which is a mask for Judaism.”
—Bobby Fischer, Jewish-American World Chess Champion
“The Jew is an inborn communist.”
–Otto Weininger, Jewish writer, from the book Sex and Character