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Bolshevism and Zionism
Are Ideologically Indistinguishable (part 1)
by Jonas E. Alexis – (Veteranstoday – 24/7/2013)
In his 1920 essay “Zionism vs. Bolshevism: The Struggle for the Soul of the Jewish People,” Winston Churchill made the statement that Bolshevism both ideologically and politically “gripped the Russian people by the hair of their heads” and slowly led them to the slaughter house, where more than ten million innocent peasants eventually lost their precious lives in less than five years.
Zionism ideologically and politically seeks to complete the work that Bolshevism had started. Bolshevism quickly spread like wildfire in places like China and other major Asian countries such as Vietnam.
Even Victor Serge, the revolutionary anarchist who was convicted of terrorism in 1912, declared at the time that “The influence of Bolshevism over Asia is very great.”
As a communist revolutionary, Serge thought that “International Communism — dialectical materialism and the theory of action of the proletariat — opens up today the highest possibilities of the European civilisation compromised and threatened by the capitalist regime.”
The “highest possibilities of the European civilization” ended up being the highest crime probably in human history: Bolshevism in both its metaphysical and ideological form carried out the greatest mass murder, with more than ninety million deaths to its credit.
By the time that Bolshevism was done wiping out people by the millions, Western nations suddenly had an epiphany in the 1980s. By 1983 in Orlando, Florida, Ronald Reagan denounced the Soviet Union as “an evil empire” that repeatedly preached “the supremacy of the state, declare its omnipotence over individual man and predict its eventual domination of all peoples on the Earth. They are the focus of evil in the modern world…”
Ronald Reagan could never have been a good cop. What do police officers do when they are investigating a crime? They find out all that can be found about the crime itself and the people behind it. They also get deeper into the suspect’s origin, their background, and sometimes even their ethnicity and religion.
Reagan was right in saying that the Soviet Union was “the focus of evil in the modern world,” that it sought to dominate all peoples of the Earth, and that it was “an evil empire.”
Yet in his entire speech, Reagan never told his audience that the Soviet Union at the time was ideologically governed by Bolshevism, which is another Jewish revolutionary movement, and which ultimately sought to destroy Western civilization. Reagan should have consulted Alexander Solzhenitsyn, who emphatically declared:
“There are many Jewish authors who to this very day either deny the support of Jews for Bolshevism, or even reject it angrily, or else—the most common case—only speak defensively about it. The matter is well-attested, however: these Jewish renegades were for several years leaders at the center of the Bolshevik Party, at the head of the Red Army (Trotsky), of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee (Sverdlov), of the two capitals (Zinoviev and Kamenev), of the Comintern (Zinoviev), of the Profintern (Dridzo-Lozovsky), and of the Komsomol (Oskar Ryvkin, then Lazar Shatskin).
“In 1918 Trotsky, with the aid of Sklianski and Yakov Sverdlov, created the Red Army. Jewish soldiers were numerous in its ranks. Several units of the Red Army were composed entirely of Jews, as, e.g., the brigade commanded by Joseph Forman. Among the officers of the Red Army, the share of Jews grew in number and importance for many years after the Civil War.”
Solzhenitsyn, as a sober and seasoned scholar, made the point that
“I have never made general conclusions about a people. I will always differentiate between layers of Jews. One layer rushed headfirst to the revolution. Another, to the contrary, was trying to stand back. The Jewish subject for a long time was considered prohibited. Zhabotinsky [a Jewish writer] once said that the best service our Russian friends give to us is never to speak aloud about us.”
Yet in his book Conspiracy: How the Paranoid Style Flourishes and Where It Comes From, neoconservative hawk Daniel Pipes insinuates without a shred of evidence that those who believed that the Bolshevik Revolution was largely Jewish got their sources mainly from the Protocols of the Elders of Zion!
It got even more hilarious when Pipes accused Henry Hamilton of anti-Semitism for saying that “Bolshevism was Judaism.” But Pipes does not tell his readers that The Jewish Encyclopedia, Jewish revolutionaries and newspapers and magazines made similar assertions.
In a nutshell, Reagan, a politician, got a wake-up call, and the Soviet Union eventually collapsed.
But Bolshevism in its ideological form did not die out then. It has been reincarnated in two identical and Jewish revolutionary movements: Zionism and neoconservatism. Both are almost politically indistinguishable and, like Bolshevism, both seek to implicitly destroy Western civilization in all of its manifestations.
Bolshevism was evil but the mass hysteria did not fully grasp the extent of its evilness until it was almost too late. Zionism’s evilness, on the other hand, is being displayed right in front of us, but no politician is brave enough to break its political power. For example, Joel Greenberg of the New York Times wrote way back in 1993 that
“Amnesty International, in a human rights report in July, said Palestinian detainees under interrogation are ‘systematically tortured or ill-treated’ by Israel. The International Committee of the Red Cross, whose representatives regularly visit Palestinian prisoners, has accused Israel of using interrogation methods that violate the Fourth Geneva Convention on treatment of civilians in occupied areas…
“Human rights monitors estimate that 500 Palestinian detainees are subjected to such treatment each month and that at least 30,000 have been interrogated since the beginning of the anti-Israel uprising in December 1987”
This massive brutality has been going on for decades and in many different forms. Just last year, nine Israeli teenagers were convicted of brutally attacking a Palestinian teenager by the name of Jamal Julani. When one of the convicted teenagers was asked how he would respond if Julani had died from the incident, he said,
“Great. Let him die. He’s an Arab son of a bitch. What did he think, that he would curse my mother? When I attacked him I was going to stab him in the ribs to let him realize my mom is no child’s play. He knows exactly why he is in the hospital.” The other teenagers responded with a similar voice:
“We went to look for Arabs, to hit them and beat the crap out of them, and I went ahead of everyone and I met the Arab who was swearing. I got upset and yelled, ‘Here’s an Arab,’ and some more guys came with me and then R. [the 15-year-old girl perceived as the instigator] got there and gave him a slap in the back. He tried to get up but I hit him with my foot in his pelvic area, and then all the guys beat him up. He had a face that required a beating.”
He also declared, “You can’t go by Damascus Gate without getting stabbed. So why do they come here? I beat him and I’d beat him again.” A year later, Jamal was still undergoing medical care.
How many Americans do you think know about what happened to Jamal? Get a microphone and start asking the average American even at your neighborhood. The answer will surprise you.
In March 2012, a gunman by the name of Mohamed Merah (picture) went into a Jewish day school in Toulouse, France, and killed three Jewish children and one rabbi. My heart went out to the families of those killed. Everyone should sympathize in tragic situations like these, and these acts of evil should not be tolerated.
The story was covered by almost every major news outlet in the Western world and in Israel. Report after report followed the incident, almost nonstop, and some of those newspapers ran four or five stories of the same incident. One rabbi declared that the incident happened because of “jealousy” on the part of Gentiles about “God’s chosen people.”
Yet around the same time, hundreds of Beitar Jerusalem fans beat up Arab workers at the capital’s Malha shopping center in what was called “a mass lynching attempt,” but not one person was arrested.
The fans were even chanting “Death to Arabs,” but one of the Arab workers declared that the police arrived more than one hour late. The police justified their decision not to arrest anyone by saying that there were no complaints, and therefore no arrests were necessary.
None of the major news outlets reported the story, except the Jerusalem Post, the Independent, and Haaretz. The Jerusalem Post only ran the story after some 150 protesters flooded the scene.
When Mohamed Merah gunned down the three children and the rabbi, Caroline Glick of the Jerusalem Post declared without any substantial evidence that Western elites were accomplices, claiming that these acts of evil formed “the physical and moral landscape of our time.”
Where was Glick, then, when those Palestinians were beaten? Isn’t this the “moral landscape” of Zionist ideology? (French officials said after investigation that there was “no evidence” linking Merah to Al-Qaida.)
Another incident—that even shocked former CIA operative Philip Giraldi—was the May 2012 riots in Tel Aviv, where African immigrants were targeted. The New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times all stayed silent.
On May 28, five young Israelis smashed the door of an internet café owned by Yorusalem Mestun, a 22 year-old. They “pulled a knife on her, while her Jewish neighbours looked on. The police came, checked her visa and left, without, she said, offering help or sympathy.”
Also in May, some Israeli settlers set fire to a West Bank village and shot some unarmed Palestinians. It was later discovered that during the incident, Israeli youth tied up and beat one Palestinian who was already wounded.
On May 24, 2012, Amnesty International released a report, declaring that Israel “frequently uses excessive, sometimes lethal, force against demonstrators in the West Bank and civilians in Gaza…Israel has engaged in the demolition of Palestinian homes and other facilities in the West Bank, as well is inside Israel itself, where homes of Palestinian citizens are destroyed in ‘unrecognized’ villages in the Negev desert.”
None of those reports made it on the air on popular news networks in America. The only reason some of the reports saw the light of day was because they were making a stir throughout the Middle East. There were dozens of incidents in the spring of 2012 where Israeli settlers attacked Palestinians and the Israeli Defense Forces just stood there and watched.
What, then, are the Zionists telling us here? Simple: when Palestinians are killed, attacked and brutally maimed, life goes on and the West does not really need to know. And if the West does know, nothing is to be done.
But when even one Israeli is killed, this must be reported throughout the Western world. Meetings must be conducted, and the Zionist media must beat the Western world over the head about the news.
Do the Zionists Really Care About the American People?
Now here is one of the most disgusting things ever. The Zionist machine spends billions of dollars spying on Americans for years. They said over and over that their covert enterprise has actually saved lives.
Yet recently, “Al Qaeda claimed responsibility on Tuesday for simultaneous raids on two Iraqi prisons and said more than 500 inmates had been set free in the operation”
As a result of the incident, “20 members of the security forces were killed 40 wounded in the attacks.” The incident also created a fear that a civil war could break out.
The NSA, the Israeli-run organization that can locate your cell phone even when it is off, could not locate actual terrorism. Again, what does that tell us about the NSA’s covert activity? As Mac Slavo rightly puts it, the NSA
“spent hundreds of billions of dollars to monitor the activities of every single American by turning their listening networks on purported domestic terrorists operating in the United States.
“They know your underwear size. They know where you drove your car today. They know what you put up on Facebook, texted to your wife and emailed to your friends. And they’ve done it all in the supposed interest of ‘national security.’
“If, however, you were an Al Qaeda terrorist coordinating a large-scale prison break to free senior members of your mid-east terror organization, you would have been able to operate with impunity.
“While our government is supposedly preventing terrorism by searching grandma at airports, , arresting kids for making jokes on the internet, deploying thousands of drones over America’s skies, and looking for lone wolves, they have failed at their absolute top priority: stopping actual terrorists from doing what terrorists do”
Last May, the Assyrian International News Agency reported that the Syrian rebels/terrorists/jihadists
“attacked a village in Syria’s Western province and slaughtered all its Christian residents on Monday. The armed rebels affiliated to the Free Syrian Army (FSA) raided the Christian-populated al-Duvair village in Reef (outskirts of) Homs near the border with Lebanon today and massacred all its civilian residents, including women and children.”
The only agency that intervened and killed those terrorists at the time was the Assad government.
Where was the NSA then? Where was Obama? Where was the Zionist regime? They were nowhere to be found. They were too busy supporting the Syrian terrorists and tracking down Edward Snowden.
After all, Congress has already signed off on army the Syrian terrorists, despite the fact that Assad has been willing to engage in peace talk. The only country that has loudly voiced his concerns about the United States arming Syrian terrorists is Russia.
Once again, Zionism supports terrorism and pretends that it is fighting terrorism. Anyone who supports terrorist organizations or terrorist cells ought to go to jail. But in the Jewish Century, supporting the Syrian rebels/terrorists is not a crime because those terrorists are friends of Israel.
Moreover, in the Jewish Century, if the Zionist gangsters perceive that you are a neo-Nazi and have children, more than likely they will try to take your children away from you. Listen to this report by the Daily Mail:
“The children of German neo-Nazis could soon be removed from their families and taken into care – in a bid to beat a rise in the glorification of Hitler and the Third Reich.
“German authorities are becoming increasingly concerned with the number of summer camps and special schools brainwashing youngsters into worshipping a movement that killed six million Jews in the Holocaust.
“A recent raid on one camp turned up jigsaw puzzles showing Germany’s pre-World War 2 borders and colouring books where children were encouraged to crayon in the moustache of Hitler.”
In a nutshell, Zionism does not care about the West’s future. It only cares about dominating the world and taking good care of Israel. If 2,114 precious American soldiers die in Afghanistan, that is a small price to pay if you are protecting Zionism.
If military intervention in Syria could cost the U.S. one billion dollars every month, that again is a very small price to pay. If poverty has risen at an astronomical rate in nations like Greece and Italy because of the economic collapse, we still need to move on with perpetual wars in the Middle East.
Chuck Hagel recently said that “Our people are strong and resilient after 12 years of war, but they are under stress — and so are the institutions that support them.”
Yes, perpetual wars are getting boring, and both the American people and our precious soldiers who are getting killed for Israel are exhausted. It is time for serious politicians to reexamine our unconditional support for Israel, America’s greatest enemy.
I have been saying for months that Iran is not an enemy of the United States—our “allies” are. Just a few days ago, John Glaser of the Washington Times had this to say:
“Contrary to dominant thinking in Washington, Iran poses no immediate threat to the U.S. In fact, our Middle Eastern allies, eager to have America do their fighting for them, wildly inflate the supposed threat from Iran.
“The U.S. has built up various alliances in the Middle East since WWII in order to fulfill a larger strategy of controlling the flow of oil and preventing the emergence of another power in the region that would threaten U.S. dominance.
“In the course of building these alliances, Washington has signed security agreements with these countries, promising to subsidize their militaries and come to their defense. In essence, this makes their problems our problems.
“Our closest allies in the region, Israel and the Arab Gulf states, hate Iran for a variety of strategic, cultural, religious, and ideological reasons. As a result, they have hyped the threat of Iran and frightened Americans into thinking the Islamic Republic poses an existential threat to America.
“In an interview on CBS’s Face the Nation this week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned us that Iran is ‘building ICBMs (intercontinental ballistic missiles) to reach the American mainland in a few years,’ adding that, ‘they’re getting closer and closer to the bomb,” and “they have to be stopped.’
The problem here is that Netanyahu is exactly wrong. In reality, the current consensus in the U.S. intelligence community is that Iran has no active nuclear weapons program and has made no decision as to whether to pursue the bomb.
‘Recent assessments by American spy agencies,’ the New York Times reported last year, ‘are broadly consistent with a 2007 intelligence finding that concluded that Iran had abandoned its nuclear weapons program years earlier’ and this ‘remains the consensus view of America’s 16 intelligence agencies.’
“Nevertheless, Netanyahu and other Israeli officials continue to go on national television and contradict U.S. intelligence findings in order to scare Americans into seeing Iran as more of a threat than it is.”
Hopefully the American people will unanimously come to the same conclusion before it is too late.
 Alexander Solzhenitsyn, The Solzhenitsyn Reader (Wilmington: ISI Books, 2006), 558.
 Winston Churchill, “Zionism vs. Bolshevism: The Struggle for the Soul of the Jewish People,” Illustrated Sunday Herald, February 8, 1920.
 See for example Robert Conquest, The Harvest of Sorrow: Soviet Collectivization and the Terror-Famine (New York: Oxford University Press, 1987); Jean-Louis Panne et al., The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, Repression (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1999); Steven Rosefielde, Red Holocaust (New York: Routlege, 2010).
 Victor Serge, “Bolshevism and Asia,” Revolutionary History, Vol. 5. No. 3, March 1927.
 Jean-Louis Panne et al., The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, Repression (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1999).
 Quoted in Nick Paton Walsh, “Solzhenitsyn Breaks Last Taboo of the Revolution,” Guardian, January 25, 2003.
 Daniel Pipes, Conspiracy: How the Paranoid Style Flourishes and Where It Comes From (New York: The Free Press), 92-94.
 Ibid., 94.
 For a detailed documentation on this, see Ted Pike, Israel: Our Duty, Our Dilemma (Costa Mesa: Noontide Press, 1988).
 Joel Greenberg, “Israel Rethinks Interrogation of Arabs,” NY Times, August 14, 1993.
 Quoted in Philip Podolsky, “‘I Hate Arabs Because This Is a Jewish State,’” Times of Israel, August 31, 2012.
 Quoted in Robert Mackey, “Account of ‘a Lynch’ in Jerusalem on Facebook,” NY Times, August 20, 2012.
 Yair Ettinger, “Jerusalem Court Hands Jail Terms to Three Jewish Minors over Arab Lynchings,” Haaretz, July 8, 2013.
 This is just a fraction of the articles: Christophe Schpoliansky, “Gun in French School Shooting Linked to
Prior Atttacks,” ABC News, March 19, 2012; Scott Sayare, “Gunman May Have Filmed Attack at French School,” NY Times, March 20, 2012; Diana Magnay and Saskya Vandoorne, “French Killing Suspect Dies Shooting at Police,” CNN, March 22, 2012; “Sarkozy Compares Shooting Trauma to 9/11,” Jewish Telegraphic Agency, March 30, 2012; Angelique Chrisafis, “Toulouse Shootings: Mohamed Merah Killed as Siege Ends,” Guardian, March 22, 2012; D. G. Myers, “The Toulouse Shooting and the Jewish State,” Commentary, March 19, 2012; “Toulouse Gunman Mohamed Merah,” BBC News, March 22, 2012; Robert
Zaretsky, “Toulouse Tragedy Shows Rhetoric’s Danger,” Jewish Daily Forward, March 21, 2012; “Anger and Sadness after Shooting at Jewish Day School in France,” ADL.com; Anshel Pfeffer, “Preventing Next Attack on Jewish Community,” Haaretz, March 23, 2012; Melanie McDonagh, “A Man Surrounded—and
Some Assumptions Exposed,” Spectator, March 21, 2012.
 Kobi Nahshoni, “Safed Rabbi: Gentiles Jealous of Chosen People,” Y-Net News, March 22, 2012.
 Oz Rosenberg, “Hundreds of Beitar Jerusalem Fans Beat Up Arab Workers in Mall; No Arrests,” Haaretz, March 23, 2012; Allon Sinai, “Riots, Racism and the Future of Israeli Soccer,” Jerusalem Post, March 28, 2012.
 Melanie Lidman, “Protesters Rally
Against Racism at Malha Mall,” Jerusalem Post, March 28, 2012.
 Catrina Stewart, “Anti-Arab Soccer Fans Rampage in Shopping Centre—But No Arrests,” Independent, March 24, 2012.
 Caroline Glick, “Column One: Mohamed Merah—Man of the West,” Jerusalem Post, March 22, 2012.
 “‘No Evidence’ of Mohamed Merah Terror Link, Says French Official,” Independent, March 23, 2012.
 Philip Giraldi, “Rioting in Tel Aviv,” American Conservative, May 28, 2012.
 Keep Out: Racial Tension is Rising as Black Asylum-Seekers Pour In,” Economist, June 2, 2012.
 Ibid; also Jason Glaser, “Israeli Settlers Set Fire to West Bank Village, Shoot Guns at Unarmed Palestinians,” Antiwar.com, May 21, 2012; “Settler Shoots Palestinian in Clash Near Nablus,” Jerusalem Post, May 26, 2012.
 Gili Cohen, “IDF Inquiry Finds Israeli Youth Tied and Beat Palestinian After Shot by Settlers,” Haaretz, June 3, 2012.
 Amnesty International: Israel Frequently Uses Excessive Force Against Palestinians,” Haaretz, May 24, 2012.
 J. David Goodman, “Video of Settler Shooting Raises Questions Over Israeli Army Response,” NY Times, May 22, 2012; Gili Cohen, “IDF robing 15 Cases of Soldiers Ignoring Settler Attacks on Palestinians,” Haaretz, May 22, 2012.
 http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/07/23/us-iraq-violence-alqaeda-idUSBRE96M0C720130723; see also “Al-Qaeda Says It Freed 500 Inmates in Iraq Jail-Break,” The Irish Times, July 23, 2013.
 “Fierce Assault on Iraq Prisons Kill 41,” The Statesman, July 22, 2013.
 Mona Mahmood and Peter Beaumont, “Al-Qaida Raids on Iraq Prisons Raise Fears of Return to Civil War,” Guardian, July 23, 2013.
 “NSA Locates Cell Phones even When Switched Off—Report,” Russia Today, July 23, 2013.
 Mac Slavo, “Total Failure of Foreign Intelligence As Spy Agencies Miss Massive Al Qaeda Prison Break,” shtfplan.com, July 23, 2013.
 Russia got the Zionist regime infuriated when it continues to refuse to extradite Snowden. David M. Herszenhorn, “Russia Cites Extradition as Sore Point With U.S.,” NY Times, July 22, 2013. As I write, NSA director Keith Alexander has lobbied “against a proposed amendment to a military appropriations bill that would stop the financing for its phone data collection program.” The pathetic rationalization again is that “ending the massive collection of phone records from millions of Americans would put the nation at risk from another terrorist attack.” James Risen and Charlie Savage, “N.S.A. Director Lobbies House on Eve of Critical Vote,” NY Times, July 23, 2013; http://news.yahoo.com/backers-surveillance-program-battle-challenge-075910474.html.
 David M. Herszenhorn, “Russia Says Assad Is Ready for Peace Talks,” NY Times, July 22, 2013.
 Allan Hall, “Children of Neo-Nazis Could Be Taken Into Care to Stop Them Being Brainwashed at Summer Camp,” Daily Mail, July 26, 2011.
 “Pentagon: U.S. Military Intervention in Syria Could Cost $1 Billion a Month,” Haaretz, July 23, 2013.
 “Italy Registers Growing Poverty Rate,” The European Union Times, July 18, 2013; “European Commision: Greek Genocide, 20% Living Below Poverty Line,” The European Union Times, July 23, 2013; “Eurozone Collective Debt Hits New Record High of 92.2%,” The European Union Times, July 23, 2013.
 Quoted in Philip Ewing, “Chuck Hagel Warns: Troops Are ‘Close to the Breaking Point,’” Politico, July 23, 2013.
 John Glaser, “Iran Is No Threat: Our Middle East ‘Allies’ Are,” Washington Times, July 17, 2013.