Sunday, 8 March 2015

200 Years Together

We all respect Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, don't we?

Nobel Prize-winning Russian novelist and historian, Soviet officer during WWII, survivor of the Gulags after it, Solzhenitsyn (1918 - 2008) would seem to be the epitome of sternly incorruptible sagacity.

However, in an age where Jews as a group must never be criticised, if you dare to do just that, even the most incorruptible can have their observations deleted from the memory bank. Such has been the case with Solzhenitsyn's last great work, 200 Years Together.'

In chapter 16 he dares to point out the following:
"Long after the Revolution, conservatives throughout Europe and the United States believed that Jews were responsible for Communism and for the Bolshevik Revolution. The Jewish role in leftist political movements was a common source of anti-Jewish attitudes among a great many intellectuals and political figures.

In Germany, the identification of Jews and Bolshevism was widespread in the middle classes and was a critical part of the National Socialist view of the world. As historian Ernst Nolte has noted, for middle-class Germans, ‘the experience of the Bolshevik revolution in Germany was so immediate, so close to home, and so disquieting, and statistics seemed to prove the overwhelming participation of Jewish ringleaders so irrefutably, that even many liberals believed in Jewish responsibility’…

Jewish involvement in the horrors of Communism was also an important sentiment in Hitler’s desire to destroy the USSR and in the anti-Jewish actions of the German National Socialist government. Jews and Jewish organizations were also important forces in inducing the Western democracies to side with Stalin rather than Hitler in World War II.

The victory over National Socialism set the stage for the tremendous increase in Jewish power in the post-World War II Western world… As Slezkine shows, the children of Jewish immigrants assumed an elite position in the United States, just as they had in the Soviet Union and throughout Eastern Europe and Germany prior to World War II.

This new-found power facilitated the establishment of Israel, the transformation of the United States and other Western nations in the direction of multiracial, multicultural societies via large-scale non-white immigration, and the consequent decline in European demographic and cultural pre-eminence.

The critical Jewish role in Communism has been sanitized, while Jewish victimization by the Nazis has achieved the status of a moral touchstone and is a prime weapon in the push for massive non-European immigration, multiculturalism, and advancing other Jewish causes.” 
Political correctness would have us believe that Germanic hatred of the Jew arose out of nowhere, that the age-old evil of 'anti-Semitism' provided the Nazis with the excuse they needed to behave as they did.

Well, if what Solzhenitsyn tells us here is close to the mark all of humanity had every reason to fear the Soviet Communism of the pre-WWII era. Not only that, we must conclude that the 'horrors... Jews were responsible for' led inexorably to that war. It was NOT, as popular mythology would have us believe, caused by latent Teutonic malevolence cynically galvanised into a mass ideology.

As it happens, Solzhenitsyn treats us to a feast of irrefutable, easily-proven fact in '200 Years Together.' For more of it, untainted by PC censorship, check out The Barnes Review's take on his epic history.

1 comment:

  1. "Even in Bavaria, as I was able to ascertain in the course of a visit to Munich in 1922, the Escherich and Hitler organisations were not, as the French Press would make us believe, militarist and nationalist organisations; they were in the first instance established as a protection of the Bavarian middle class and peasantry against the Bolshevist peril."

    Charles Sarolea, Professor of French Literature in the University of Edinburgh: "Impressions of Soviet Russia" (3rd revised edition) first published 1924, p129