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Liberals Hide the Truth of Socialism

Jewish missionaries seek to dilute the non-Jewish content of non-Jewish institutions and force everyone to bow to the wonderful, supreme Jews.

by Linda Chavez Andronicus

[Read the original here.]

There is no one so bitterly despised as an apostate a religious term, one who's given up his faith murderous communist tryants are people of faith, which may explain why author Joshua Muravchik has become anathema another religious term, meant to get you thinking of psychotic judeo-bolshevik nation- wreckers as being motivated by 'good intentions' to the Left. Muravchik, the one-time chairman of the Young People's Socialist League, has written a book, "Heaven on Earth: The Rise and Fall of Socialism," that has him in hot water with some of his former comrades. It's one thing for a non-believer judeo-bolshevik scum are 'believers' to sound the death knell for socialism and quite another for one who once believed in the promise of an egalitarian society to do so flatly peddles the lie that the judeo-bolsheviks intended to create an 'egalitarian society,' when in fact their intention was the genocidal destruction of Russia and the entire Western world. The faithful see, they weren't disgusting criminals, they were 'the faithful; you know, like Christians have punished Muravchik by ostracizing -- or worse for an author, ignoring -- him.

"Heaven on Earth," a scholarly but delightfully readable analysis of socialist experiments the communists' tyrannies, whether private or governmental, were the emanations of sick, criminal minds, not 'experiments,' which are performed by 'scientists,' as in, oh, 'scientific socialism,' another propaganda term from Robert Owens' New Harmony colony in the United States to Julius Nyerere's Tanzania, has yet to be reviewed by the New York Times, the sometimes prickly arbiter damn touchy jews! of serious books in America.

The Times isn't the only liberal institution to snub Muravchik. Last week, a Washington, D.C., bookstore gave Muravchik the cold shoulder, too. Politics and Prose, a popular gosh, hate against normal, decent society is popular, independent bookstore that boasts that it hosts authors' lectures "almost every night," invited Muravchik to discuss his book. But then the bookstore's events manager sent Muravchik's publicist a note saying, "After further review, I regret that we will not be able to host the event."

What caused the turnaround? Apparently the store is a favorite among local socialists -- namely, a small fringe group, the International Socialist Organization, which according to the dismissive missive "have had several discussions and readings with us." The ISO, which publishes the weekly newspaper "Where We Stand," argues that "Capitalism must be overthrown. ... The working class needs an entirely different kind of state -- a workers' state based on councils of workers' delegates and a workers' militia." See anything truthful in the quote about the judeo-bolshevik's true aims? Like: we must construct an inescapable tyranny over the stupid goyim. No? Well, of course not. Can't you see that socialist/communist thugs are just confused people with good intentions?

Hmm. Where have we heard that before -- and to what ends?

From all too many believers there she goes again, as Muravchik reminds us. In the decades when socialist governments they were not governments, they were criminal conspiracies against normal, healthy society ruled much of the world -- at their height in 1985, some 60 percent of the world's population -- the consequences were often bloody. Millions died at the hands of socialist zealots a term first identified with a jewish sect, an estimated 100 million in barely 80 years, in the most totalitarian socialist regimes, such as Mao's China, where as many as 30 million died to appease the socialist gods to satisfy the evil bloodlust of the judeo-bolsheviki.

But Muravchik trains his critical eye not just on the obvious excesses see, they just got a little carried away. Must have been the frustration of those good intentions of totalitarian communists but on the faith one more time: communism was and is a criminal conspiracy against normal, healthy society. The 'religious' 'idealistic' blather is there to sucker in the fools who can then be enlisted as 'useful idiots' - Lenin's phrase that undergirds even the most benign socialist she should have written 'least criminal' enterprises, such as the kibbutz system in Israel Ah, ha! Kibbutzim equals Judaism equals socialism equals communisim equals tens of millions of murdered victims. Somebody might notice the connection! Thus, hey there, stupid coach potato 'conservatives,' the commies were just over-enthusiastic people of faith. Muravchik's contribution is to understand socialism as a religion of sorts no, it was and is a criminal conspiracy based in Judaism, but one devoid of that most important of religious elements: a moral code. Pish, the Talmud is the moral code of communism, which you will notice Ms. Chavez always calls socialism, so as to confuse the issue.

"Socialism was the faith in which I was raised," he writes. "It was my father's faith and his father's before him." Notwithstanding Marx's dictum that religion "is the opium of the people," socialism itself became the new religion of many intellectuals who looked for a substitute for faith after the Enlightenment onslaught against organized religion. The real judeo-bolsheviks always knew that communism was a cover story for their racial coup d'etat against the Russian people, and whoever they could enslave thereafter. They didn't believe their own propaganda, which existed for the purpose of clouding the minds of the victims and fellow travelers.

As Muravchik demonstrates, however, the effort to establish this "heaven on earth" -- as Moses Hess, a contemporary of Karl Marx, once described socialism he was of course lying, hoping to rope in some of the boobs. Chavez throws in this quote to remind her intended victims that the communist criminals were really just idealistic reformers -- was doomed to failure. Well, no. The judeo-bolshevik tyranny was a rip-roaring success in Russia and elsewhere, elevating Jews and their corrupt minions to power and collective wealth that they had previously only been able to dream about. The collapse came when Russians gradually took possession of the Communist party and ran the economy into the ground, while at the same time loosening the original oppression. The original commissars would have let the economy rot and killed tens of millions more victims, rather than yield power. See: Yggdrasil.

"What was different about [the religion of socialism] was not the absence of God, since Buddhism and Confucianism also have no God, but rather the absence of good and evil or right and wrong. This opened the doors to the terrible deeds that were done in the name of socialism," notes Muravchik. Socialism "lacks any internal code of conduct to limit what believers may do," he says. Wrong again: the moral code was simple: What was good for the party was good, what did not advance the party was bad. The party was allowed to do anything. End of moral code. Substitute the word jews for party. And there you have the 'moral code' of the 'neo-conservatives.'

"By no means all socialists were killers or amoral every one of them was a criminal. The desire to tyrannize others is always criminal," he avers. "Many were sincere humanitarians," most notably some democratic socialists dupes, useful idiots, and fools, he says. "But democratic socialism turned out to be a contradiction in terms, for where socialists proceeded democratically, they found themselves on a trajectory that took them further and further from socialism," he concludes.

Not since "The God That Failed," the 1950 classic collection of essays by six famous former communist intellectuals communism had no 'intellectuals,' only propagandists, has there been such a trenchant analysis of the failures of socialist ideals.

In another about-face, Politics and Prose bookstore has now decided it will host Muravchik after all. Now if only the New York Times would pay similar attention, Muravchik's message might get the audience it deserves. She means: this book is good for the jews! It brainwashes the stupid goyim! Why can't the guys over the Times understand that?

Linda Chavez is President of the Center for Equal Opportunity, a member organization.

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