Here's an interesting article that was published yesterday in the jewish newspaper The Algemeiner: https://www.algemeiner.com/2017/11/...ed-by-russian-bishops-blood-libel-accusation/ According to the jew Benjamin Kerstein, who wrote this article, the claim that jews were behind communism is an "antisemitic" conspiracy theory, but is he really right? Let's look at the facts. Communism was created by a jew, Karl Marx, and jews were overrepresented in the upper echelon of communist regimes in Eastern Europe, and some of these jews were responsible for some of communism's worst atrocities, like, for instance, the Holodomor, a genocide in which 2 – 12 million (depending on who you ask) people were killed: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holodomor https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lazar_Kaganovich https://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3342999,00.html ^ Note that the above article was written by a jew, and published on the well-known jewish news site Ynetnews. Also, some of the most ruthless communist dictators in Eastern Europe were jews, like Béla Kun, Mátyás Rákosi, Ernő Gerő and Rudolf Slánský, and this is one of the reasons why jews were so despised by Eastern Europeans. I have the following questions for my fellow PF members: 1. Was it right or wrong of the Russian bishop to highlight the jews behind communism? 2. Is the jew Benjamin Kerstein right when he dismisses talk about jewish influence in communism as "antisemitic" conspiracy theories? As always, all opinions are welcome.