July 29, 2013
Yet another great find from The Black Rabbit of Inlé, about a meeting called by the United Jewish Committee in London on November 5, 1942, the eve of the 25th anniversary of the Bolshevik revolution – where Chief Rabbi Hertz praised the Soviet Union for outlawing anti-Semitism, and Israel M. Sieff stated that Bolshevism was based on ancient Jewish moral values.
Stalin wrote in 1931:
In the U.S.S.R. anti-semitism is punishable with the utmost severity of the law as a phenomenon deeply hostile to the Soviet system. Under U.S.S.R. law active anti-semites are liable to the death penalty.
Molotov (who had a Jewish wife), also said:
In the Soviet Union actual anti-Semites are shot.
Trotsky the Jew said in 1918:
The very first order of the Bolshevist government was that pogrom makers shall be shot down on the spot without trial.
Chief Rabbi Hertz also claimed, by the way, that evil Nazis played football with the corpses of Jewish infants. But on the issue of anti-Semitism being a crime in the Soviet Union, at least, Hertz spoke the truth.