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26 September 2013

The Jewish role in Communism.

The Encyclopedia Judaica, published in Jerusalem, Israel, is quite open about the Jewish role in Communism.

Under the entry for “Communism”: in Volume 5, page 792, the following appears:
“The Communist Movement and ideology played an important part In Jewish life, particularly in the 1920s, 1930s and during and after World War II.”
On page 793, the same Encyclopedia Judaica then goes on to say that ”Communist trends became widespread in virtually all Jewish communities. In some countries, Jews became the leading element in the legal and illegal Communist Parties.

The Encyclopedia Judaica on page 793 then goes on to reveal that the Communist International actually instructed Jews to change their names so as to ”not confirm right-wing propaganda that presented Communism as an alien, Jewish conspiracy.

The Encyclopedia Judaica then goes on to describe the overwhelming role Jews played in creating the Soviet Union. On page 792 it says : ”Individual Jews played an important role in the early stages of Bolshevism and the Soviet Regime.

On page 794 of the Encyclopedia Judaica, this Jewish reference book then goes to list the Jews prominent in the upper command of the Russian Communist party: these included Maxim Litvinov, (Later foreign minister of Soviet Russia); Grigori Zinoviev, Lwev Kamenev, Jacob Sverdlov, Lazar Kaganovich, and Karl Radek, amongst many others.

The organizer of the Revolution was Trotsky, who prepared a special committee to plan and prepare the coup which brought the Communists to power. according to the Encyclopedia Judaica, this committee, called the Military Revolutionary Committee, had five members three of whom were Jews.

The Politburo, the supreme governing body of Russia immediately after the Communist Revolution had four Jews among its seven members, according to page 797 of the Jewish Encyclopedia Judaica.

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