posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 10:13 PM
Congressman Gordon Scherer on the House Committee of Un-American Activities was convinced from the testimony of many people, including prominent
Jews, that the Communist Party was anti-Semitic, and is as anti-Semitic as Hitler ever was. Communism was, of course, committed to atheism and Judaism
is inexorably committed to monotheism, the root of religious beliefs of the Western world today. It is also interesting to note that Hitler was in
fact a National Socialist, in contradistinction to a Communist, who is an International Socialist. Ideologically the two philosophies are identical
except that the Nazi fascist type of dictatorship could care less about International Socialists. Its own Germany-"Deutschland Uber Alles" (Germany
above all)—prevailing its thought and action. It was Hitler's political platform that appealed to the German working classes that spoke of
socializing industry and retail business, but nevertheless was backed by big wealthy industrialists such as Krupp.
In addition to the conscious and subconscious hatred of the Jew for his religious beliefs and practices, the Jew is also despised for his
entrepreneurship and rugged individualism. This hatred for rugged individualism is not necessarily confined to the Jews, for Stalin exterminated
several million Kulaks who professed a unique rugged individualism, which was manifested, in a closely-knit agrarian subculture within the Soviet
Also the religious Jewish individual tenaciously clings to the concepts and practices that reflect the sanctity of human life. In the Communist State,
the State is supreme and the importance of family and property rights and even human life are subservient to the State. Thus the concept that the
Divine presence in man, which reflects itself in the behavior pattern ofthe religious Jew, was considered a threat to the State because next to these
values the State appeared in sharp contrast as being demeaning and barbaric.
From the time of Abraham, Jews were committed to preserve what was known as the "Seven Commandments of The Sons of Noah,"6 which includes
prohibitions against homicide (including abortion and euthanasia), incestuous sexual relations, theft, blasphemy and idolatry, and demands that
governments pass laws such as providing for Capital Punishment to uphold these laws. Laws in Hebrew are called dinim, which are so linked with
government that the Hebrew word for government is medina, which literally means "derived from law".
The antithesis of all this is the atheistic Communist state, which murders and curtails free religious expression among its citizens, encourages
sexual depravity and immorality in its societies, and attracts in its revolutionary onset many followers, because it offers them group sanctification
of illicit sexual relationships such as adultery and homosexuality. Thus there is not one single Communist government in the world in which religion
can be practiced freely without interference. This is a consequence of believing religion to be the opiate of the people, which according to Marx's
Manifesto, logically calls for the elimination of the opiate.
(SHEVA MITZVOT B'NAI NOACH)
1. Thou shalt not engage in idol worship.
2. Thou shalt not blaspheme God.
3. Thou shalt not shed innocent blood of any human being
nor fetus nor ailing person who has a limited time to live.
4. Thou shalt not engage in bestial, incestuous, adulterous
or homosexual relations nor commit the act of rape.
5. Thou shalt not steal.
6. Thou shalt establish laws and courts of law to administer
these laws, including the death penalty for those who kill,
administered only if there is one testifying eyewitness.
7. Thou shalt not be cruel to animals.