Behind Communism: 1917–2010
To understand the total problem of Communism, it is necessary that we trace the course of the movement from its beginning to the present. We must understand who and what its originators were, and gain some idea as to the forces which influenced and shaped their philosophy. Unfortunately, any deep down discussion of Communism and Marxism involves the Jewish question. We cannot honestly discuss the subject without revealingand commenting onthe fact that the founders of Russian Communism were Jewish. Neither can we ignore the fact that all but a few of the top leadership of the American Communist partyincluding the recently convicted spiesare of the same race. These are facts of history over which we have no control. But we are faced with the very serious problem of how to reveal these facts without being labeledand treatedas “anti-Semites.” The main reason why so little is known concerning the true nature of Communism stems from this problem. Historical writers have been understandably reluctant to hold forth on the subject for fear of marking themselves as “race haters” and “bigots.” For this reason, the entire subject has been placed beyond the pale of discussion. One simply does not use the word “Jews” and “Communism” together. The result is, of course, censorship. In this work we have decided to breach the wall of silence at whatever cost, and to treat the subject as fairly and as honestly as we know how. No attempt is made to single out individuals because they happened to be born to a certain race; neither have we exempted anyone from criticism for that reason. It was decided that since Communism and Judaism are so irretrievably bound one to the other, a history of the Jewish people would contribute substantially to an understanding of the present Communist menace.
Softcover, fully illustrated and indexed, 127 pages