From Lenin to Stalin to Hitler to Bush


Most people in Russia never believed that anyone was punished under Stalin's anti-Semitism laws [actually, it was Lenin, not Stalin, who enacted them], just like most Americans don't believe anyone was ever punished under Bush's very own similar anti-Semitism laws.  But most Americans also believe the jews when they say that all we need to do to reduce gun "crime" or "violence" is enforce the existing 22,000 gun control laws when in reality many studies show that more than 260,000 Americans are already in prison for simple technical violations of those laws--not for committing a serious crime, or using a gun to commit a serious crime, but just for "infractions", like failure to register a gun.  They also believe what the jews say about sodomy being a civil right when in reality the most severely punished crime in this country is sodomy, for which even more Americans are behind bars than for violating gun laws.

Just to get the point across, the judge and jury in the Ken Teague sodomite trial gave him not just a 108 year sentence, but a LIFE SENTENCE plus 108 years, but of course most sodomites are still in denial about simple FACTS like this, just like most Americans are unaware of the consequences of these anti-Semitism laws.

If we were a just Christian nation, how would these laws be applied?  See comments in blue below:


On Oct 16, 2004 AD, President Bush signed into law the global anti-Semitism review act; which is quite interesting. The United States state Department list the following sets of beliefs as being anti-Semitic.


1. Any assertion that the Jewish community controls government, the media, international business and the financial world is anti-Semitic.

How revealing that this law establishes President Nixon and Billy Graham as anti-semites!  Should we dig them up and hang them in effigy?

2. Any strong anti-Israel sentiment is anti-Semitic.

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3. Virulent criticism of Israel’s leaders, past or present, is anti-Semitic.

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4. Criticism of the Jewish religion or its religious leaders or literature, especially the Talmud and the Kabala is anti-Semitic. [I wonder if that includes the traditions of the elders that Jesus criticized. “And woe unto the Pharisees” that Jesus said.]

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5. Criticism of the US government and congress for being under influences of the Jewish/Zionist community, including AIPEC, is anti-Semitic.

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6. Criticism of the Jewish/Zionist community for promoting Globalism, [the New World Order] is anti-Semitic.

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7. Blaming Jewish leaders and their followers for inciting the Roman crucifixion of Christ is anti-Semitic.

This makes the entire talMUD anti-semitic because it's mainly the talMUD which contains the information we need to know that the jews not the Romans did it.

8. Diminishing the 6 million figure of the holocaust victims is anti-Semitic.

Entire jewish organizations, FOUR of them, not just individual jews, PUBLISHED world wide statistics denying the holocaust by claiming there were EXACTLY 584,549 more jews after WWII than before: round 'em up and ship 'em out, as this law requires!

9. Calling Israel a racist state is anti-Semitic.

This makes 151 of 153 nations and 3,000 NGO's at the UN conference in Durban guilty, because they unanimously declared "Israel" to be:

  1. Racist.

  2. Apartheid.

  3. Terrorist.

10. Asserting that there exist a Zionist conspiracy is anti-Semitic.

The true irony is that it's precisely signing into effect such a law designed to protect only ONE group, GUESTS to this putative Christian nation, the only race which claims to be g-d's chosen race, which confirms that Zionist conspiracy.  What is it about g-d's chosen race that they're so simple minded or sensitive or paranoid or schizophrenic that they need such protection, and what kind of a "g-d" would permit it?

11. Claiming the Jews and their leaders created the Bolshevik revolution is Russia is anti-Semitic. [I guess you have to revise history].

It was also anti-semitic, requiring the death penalty, to say the same thing in Russia at one time, but it no longer is, and the damage was done.  Was it leprechauns who murdered 64 million Christians in Russia?

12. Making derogatory statements about Jewish persons is anti-Semitic. Now isn’t this interesting and all inclusive? 

 Isn't it jews who push race mixing, sexual equality, and racial equality?  Well, what happened here: where is their egalitarian nature when we need it?





Finally, Anti-semitism Defined!! 

IN THE EARLY 1930s, Walter Duranty of the New York Times was in Moscow,
covering Joe Stalin the way Joe Stalin wanted to be covered.
To maintain favor and access, he expressly denied that there was famine
in the Ukraine even while millions of Ukrainian Christians were being
starved into submission. For his work Duranty won the Pulitzer Prize
for journalism. To this day, the Times remains the most magisterial and
respectable of American newspapers.

Now imagine that a major newspaper had had a correspondent in Berlin
during roughly the same period who hobnobbed with Hitler, portrayed
him in a flattering light, and denied that Jews were being mistreated -
thereby not only concealing, but materially assisting the regime's
persecution. Would that paper's respectability have been unimpaired
several decades later?

There you have an epitome of what is lamely called "media bias." The
Western supporters of Stalin haven't just been excused; they have
received the halo of victimhood for the campaign, in what liberals
call the "McCarthy era," to get them out of the government, the
education system, and respectable society itself.

Not only persecution of Jews but any critical mention of Jewish power
in the media and politics is roundly condemned as "anti-semitism."
But there isn't even a term of opprobrium for participation in the
mass murder of Christians. Liberals still don't censure the Communist
attempt to extirpate Christianity from Soviet Russia and its empire,
and for good reason - liberals themselves, particularly Jewish liberals,
are still trying to uproot Christianity from America.

It's permissible to discuss the power of every other group, from the
Black Muslims to the Christian Right, but the much greater power of the
Jewish Establishment is off-limits. That, in fact, is the chief measure
of its power: its ability to impose its own taboos while tearing down
the taboos of others - you might almost say its prerogative of

You can read articles in Jewish-controlled publications from the Times
to Commentary blaming Christianity for the Holocaust or accusing
Pope Pius XII of indifference to it, but don't look for articles in any
major publication that wants to stay in business examining the
Jewish role in Communism and liberalism, however temperately.

Power openly acquired, openly exercised, and openly discussed is
one thing. You may think organized labor or the Social Security lobby
abuses its power, but you don't jeopardize your career by saying so.
But a kind of power that forbids its own public mention, like the Holy
Name in the Old Testament, is another matter entirely.

There is an important anomaly here. The word "Jewish," in this context,
doesn't include Orthodox or otherwise religious Jews. The Jews who
still maintain the Hebraic tradition of millennia are marginal, if they
are included at all, in the Jewish establishment that wields
journalistic, political, and cultural power. Morally and culturally, the
Orthodox might be classed as virtual Christians, much like the
descendants of Christians who still uphold the basic morality, if
not the faith, of their ancestors. Many of these Jews are friendly to
Christians and eager to make common cause against the moral
decadence they see promoted by their apostate cousins. Above
all, the Orthodox understand, better than almost anyone else in
America today, the virtues - the necessity - of tribalism, patriarchal
authority, the moral bonds of kinship.

The Jewish establishment, it hardly needs saying, is predominantly
secularist and systematically anti-Christian. In fact, it is unified
far more by its hostility to Christianity than by its support of Israel,
on which it is somewhat divided. The more left-wing Jews are faintly
critical of Israel, though never questioning its "right to exist" - that
its right to exist on terms forbidden to any Christian country; that is,
its right to deny rights to non-Jews. A state that treated Jews as Israel
treats gentiles would be condemned outright as Nazi-like. But Israel
is called "democratic," even "pluralistic."

Explicitly "Jewish" organizations like the American Jewish Committee
and the Anti-Defamation League enforce a dual standard. What is
permitted to Israel is forbidden to America. This is not just
thoughtless inconsistency. These organizations consciously support
one set of principles here - equal rights for all, ethnic neutrality,
separation of church and state - and their precise opposites in
Israel, where Jewish ancestry and religion enjoy privilege. They
"pass" as Jeffersonians when it serves their purpose, espousing
rules that win the assent of most Americans. At the same time, they
are bent on sacrificing the national interest of the United States to
the interests of Israel, under the pretense that both countries'
interests are identical. (There is, of course, no countervailing
American lobby in Israel.)

The single most powerful Jewish lobbying group is the American
Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), which, as its former director
Thomas Dine openly boasted, controls Congress. At a time when
even Medicare may face budget cuts, aid to Israel remains
untouchable. If the Israelis were to begin "ethnic cleansing" against
Arabs in Israel and the occupied lands, it is inconceivable that any
American political figure would demand the kind of military strike now
being urged against the Serbs in ex-Yugoslavia.

Jewish-owned publications like The Wall Street Journal, The New
Republic, The Atlantic Monthly, U.S. News & World Report, the New York
Post, and New York's Daily News emit relentless pro-Israel propaganda;
so do such pundits as William Safire, A.M. Rosenthal, Charles
Krauthammer, Jeane Kirkpatrick, and George Will, to name a few.
That Israel's journalistic partisans include so many gentiles - lapsed
goyim, you might say - is one more sign of the Jewish establishment's
power. So is the fact that this fact isn't mentioned in public (though it
hardly unnoticed in private.)

So is the fear of being called "anti-Semitic." Nobody worries about
being called "anti-Italian" or "anti-French" or "anti-Christian"; these
aren't words that launch avalanches of vituperation and make people
afraid to do business with you.

It's pointless to ask what "anti-Semitic" means. It means trouble. It's
an attack signal. The practical function of the word is not to define
or distinguish things, but to conflate them indiscriminately - to equate
the soberest criticism of Israel or Jewish power with the murderous
hatred of Jews. And it works. Oh, how it works.

When Joe McCarthy accused people of being Communists, the
charge was relatively precise. You knew what he meant. The
accusation could be falsified. In fact the burden of proof was on
the accuser: when McCarthy couldn't make his loose charges stick,
he was ruined. (Of course, McCarthy was hated less for his "loose"
charges than for his accurate ones. His real offense was stigmatizing
the Left.)

The opposite applies to charges of "anti-Semitism." The word has no
precise definition. An "anti-Semite" may or may not hate Jews. But he
is certainly hated by Jews. There is no penalty for making the charge
loosely; the accused has no way of falsifying the charge, since it
isn't defined.

A famous example. When Abe Rosenthal accused Pat Buchanan of
"anti-Semitism," everyone on both sides understood the ground rules.
There was a chance that Buchanan would be ruined, even if the
charge was baseless. And there was no chance that Rosenthal would
be ruined - even if the charge was baseless. Such are the rules.
I violate them, in a way, even by spelling them out.

"Anti-Semitism" is therefore less a charge than a curse, an imprecation
that must be uttered formulaically. Being a "bogus predicate," to use
Gilbert Ryle's phrase, it has no real content, no functional equivalent
in plain nouns and verbs. Its power comes from the knowledge of its
potential targets, the gentiles, that powerful people are willing to
back it up with material penalties.

In other words, journalists are as afraid of Jewish power as
politicians are. This means that public discussion is cramped and
warped by unspoken fear - a fear journalists won't acknowledge,
because it embarrasses their pretense of being fearless critics of
power. When there are incentives to accuse but no penalties for
slander, the result is predictable.

What is true of "anti-Semitism" is also true to a lesser degree of
other bogus predicates like "racism," "sexism," and "homophobia."
Other minorities have seen and adopted the successful model of
the Jewish establishment. And so our public tongue has become
not only Jewish-oriented but more generally minority-oriented in its

The illusion that we enjoy free speech has been fostered by the
breaking of Christian taboos, which has become not only safe but
profitable. To violate minority taboos is "offensive" and "insensitive";
to violate Christian taboos - many of them shared by religious Jews -
is to be "daring" and "irreverent." ("Irreverence," of course, has
become good.)

Jewry, like Gaul, may be divided into three parts, each defined by its
borders vis-a-vis the gentile world. There are the Orthodox, who not
only insist on borders but wear them. They often dress in attire that
sets them apart; they are even willing to look outlandish to gentiles in
order to affirm their identity and their distinctive way of life. At the
extreme are Jews who have no borders, who may (or may not)
assimilate and intermarry, whose politics may range from left to right,
   but who in any case accept the same set of rules for everyone.
I respect both types.

But the third type presents problems. These are the Jews who maintain
their borders furtively and deal disingenuously with gentiles. Raymond
Chandler once observed of them that they want to be Jews among
themselves but resent being seen as Jews by gentiles. They want to
pursue their own distinct interests while pretending that they have
not such interests, using the charge of "anti-Semitism" as sword and
shield. As Chandler put it, they are like a man who refuses to give
his real name and address but insists on being invited to all the
best parties. Unfortunately, it's this third type that wields most of
the power and skews the rules for gentiles. The columnist Richard
Cohen cites an old maxim: "Dress British, think Yiddish."

Americans ought to be free to discuss Jewish power and Jewish
interests frankly, without being accused of denying the rights of
Jews. That should go without saying. The truth is both otherwise and

Joseph Sobran is a nationally syndicated columnist.

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