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Bi-Weekly Newsletter of Judaic Theocracy
Week of 21 Av, 5767 / August 5, 2007
Editor: Boruch (Bryan) Ellison
"Issues of World War III" Survey
"What's the best way to deal with Zimbabwe's dictatorship?" Despite much news publicity on the democratic opposition movement in Zimbabwe, not a single reader opted to support that opposition in overthrowing the regime. But two-thirds of readers did suggest the idea of overthrowing Zimbabwe and other Communist regimes in Africa ourselves. The remainder of reader opinions supported restoring European colonial influence in Africa. There were a few comments, but not ones that added much to what we've summarized here.
The nation of Rhodesia had been a British colony since the late 1800s, then an independent country since 1965, until the Soviet-backed terrorists of the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU) and its allies came to power in 1980. Radical Socialism began to be imposed on the newly renamed Zimbabwe, and within three years the forces of Marxist dictator Robert Mugabe were genocidally exterminating tens of thousands of civilians. Supported by Soviet Russia and North Korea, Zimbabwe was gradually transformed into a harsh, Soviet-style Communist system, one of the most brutal in all Africa.
Mugabe remains the dictator to this day, twenty-seven years later. Since the late 1990s, his regime has stepped up the Sovietization program, nationalizing and collectivizing farmland with predictable results; what little was left of the socialized economy has now collapsed further, plunging the country into life-threatening poverty. Tens of thousands of white farmers, and over one million blacks, have fled the country while the regime inflates the money supply to worthlessness. Mass destruction and genocide are the clear objectives; the dictatorship has been literally seizing cash out of the hands of hungry people, and has even blocked shipments of food aid from outside relief agencies just to ensure widespread starvation and death. It's a repeat of the extermination process used in Soviet Russia, Red China, North Korea, and numerous other "peoples' republics."
The crisis is so severe that even the news media can't ignore it entirely. Much coverage has been given to the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), the political opposition, as the great hope for replacing the dictatorship of the aging Mugabe.
But the founders and leaders of the MDC and its allies are, as it turns out, nothing but the government's own Communist agents. The MDC's main spokesman, Moran Tsvangirai, was a leader of the Communist-controlled Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions and retains a Communist lawyer with close ties to the terrorist African National Congress (ANC). "Opposition" figures have included Pius Ncube, flaming Marxist archbishop of the Catholic Church in Zimbabwe with strong links to Mugabe's secret police; the now-deceased Eddison Zvobgo, a Communist revolutionary and an original founder of the ZANU terrorist movement who participated in Mugabe's regime for many years; and Garfield Todd, an openly pro-Communist politician who helped overthrow his own Rhodesian government in favor of the ZANU Communists. The MDC organization itself is well known to be heavily laced with agents of the regime's secret police, the Central Intelligence Organization, as well as with many top Communist leaders from the government.
With such "opposition," Zimbabwe's Communists can arrange any political outcome they choose. So far, the "opposition" has been sabotaging any resistance and preventing any change of government. But the Communists also speak openly of plans to launch a controlled "democratization," similar to the phony "changes" in Soviet Russia and other Communist countries, in which case the individual Communists will simply switch places while Zimbabwe's Red regime remains intact.
Relevant Torah Principles:
1) The Torah concept of tzedaka (charitable giving) is that everyone is obligated to give to the needy. For gentiles, the obligations of tzedaka under the Noahide Laws are less strict than those for Jews under Jewish Law, but non-Jews are still required to give to the extent it is required for the development of society and civilization. The obligation is not limited to one's own countrymen, but also extends internationally.
2) Those whom
3) Tzedaka does not just mean giving money or food; it includes investment, education, and any other form of assistance to those who are lacking. It also includes saving lives. In fact, if giving money will only make the problem worse, then the obligations of tzedaka specifically require assistance other than money.
The spread of Communism throughout Africa since the 1960s has produced a horrifying crisis on the continent. Millions are being exterminated, and hundreds of millions more are being subjected to savage oppression. Today, the tide of Red covers the great majority of Africa, as can be seen on ATTAC Report's world map of Communist revolution.
The Communist swallowing of Africa followed in the political vacuum created by the de-colonization of European powers, who once were in the process of bringing economic development, religion, and other aspects of civilization to the primitive continent. That process was never finished, and now Communism is trying to reverse the process and drive Africa back into ruin.
Yes, obviously we are obligated to intervene and overthrow all Communist regimes in Africa, not only for their sake, but for ours. But the gains of such liberation will not remain for long unless Western nations bring those areas back under their colonial influence, uplifting those societies with industrial investment, religious education (in the Noahide Laws), military protection from Communist revolution, and other forms of aid. The result will be not only the advancement of Africa into the modern world, but the rescue of our own nations from the specter of economic collapse and violent revolution.
And now for this week's survey question:
|Depression is becoming epidemic, affecting tens of millions of people in the U.S. alone. What's the best solution?
(1) Provide people with more positive religious experiences and family time.
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This week: Professor Gerald Schroeder
Our exposures of the Communist-front Root & Branch Association (
One of their most public affiliates who still remains boldly listed, however, is Jerusalem-based Professor Gerald Schroeder. He now serves as chairman of
One of Schroeder's best-known projects has been his 1990 book, Genesis and the Big Bang. Published and heavily promoted by the left-wing Bantam Doubleday company, Schroeder's book makes a disguised attempt to subvert Judaism by supposedly reconciling the Bible and science. Using little authentic Torah and even less science, Schroeder tries to make the notion of a 15-billion-year old universe seem plausible, along with the most subversive, nonsensical elements of evolution, Einsteinian relativity, and genetics. He manages to ruin Torah and science together in one blow, mixing in just enough elements of truth to give the lies credibility.
None of that was accidental. Schroeder has long assisted Soviet Russia in its drive for nuclear disarmament of the United States and the West, that is, while the Red Army continues to expand its own nuclear and conventional arsenals. He has also worked closely with the genocidal Communist regime of Red China, serving as a top advisor to the Beijing dictators even years before they diplomatically recognized the existence of Israel.
Schroeder fits in well at
In addition, of course, to subverting the Noahide Laws campaign toward the goal of Marxist, interfaith merger of religions.
(Note: The underground Communist apparatus and its aboveground tentacles are actively engaged in subversion in all sectors and institutions of society today. Its agents would dearly love to know the full extent of our information, which would assist their disinformation efforts. Consequently, we do not divulge all our facts or sources. These profiles are intended only as a warning to the wise to monitor the individuals and groups exposed here, and to avoid their influence.)
Eye-Openers in the News
A closer look at recent news reports turns up some revealing gems:
Summary of PLO-related terror attacks these last four weeks, Wednesday (July 11) through Tuesday (August 7):
With news reports out of Gaza and parts of the West Bank being tightly controlled, we have no way of knowing how many palestinian Arabs are being targeted for torture and murder by PLO forces. But the news media did report some consequences of the PLO's indiscriminate attacks on Israel, which periodically claim Arab victims (for whom the PLO doesn't even shed crocodile tears). Random stone-throwing attacks on cars in the West Bank injured two Arabs, including a young palestinian girl, and a Kassam missile fired from the Gaza Strip changed course and exploded inside the Gaza itself a common occurrence killing two young palestinian children, seriously wounding five others, and devastating their family's home. As is always the case, the missile must have been armed with anti-personnel shrapnel to maximize civilian casualties.
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Casualty count for these last four weeks (not counting dead & injured terrorists):
(Sources: various Israeli and American news agencies)
Behind the "Al Qaeda" Mask
Part 2: Lebanese Theatrics
The slow-motion "fight" between the Lebanese army and Fatah al-Islam should already raise suspicious eyebrows, even before one finds out that the Communist regimes of Syria and Lebanon have been supporting Fatah al-Islam. Even more telling is the fact that the group is a spinoff of the PLO's Fatah.
Certainly there's no way such a relatively new group could have arisen in the palestinian refugee camps without close PLO coordination, since all the camps have for decades been under the absolute control of armed PLO gangs; indeed, several PLO factions, including the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP), the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), the PFLP General Command (PFLP-GC) (all three explicitly Marxist-Leninist and anti-Muslim), Fatah itself, and PLO fronts such as the Islamic Jihad Movement and Hizbullah, have all run to Fatah al-Islam's defense. These are precisely the groups that run the refugee camps in which Fatah al-Islam has been allowed to arm and organize for years.
So one wouldn't expect the Communist Lebanese army to turn and seriously fight the terrorists they themselves are supporting. And they aren't.
Most of the reports of "fighting" haven't been verified by any outside sources at all. Even the most frenetic reports from Lebanese sources describe nothing more than "scattered gunfire" or a few casually fired artillery shells on any given day or no fighting at all. Foreign reporters often see little more than smoke rising from unidentified locations far away, which they take as evidence of combat, while they obediently copy down unconfirmable announcements of "casualties" released by the Lebanese regime or by the Fatah al-Islam terrorists.
But the reports of "fighting" have already served as the perfect excuse for the radically pro-Communist George Bush Administration to send planeloads of advanced military equipment to Lebanon three according to one news report, eight according to another, with more on the way full of "ammunition, night-vision goggles, and missiles." Needless to say, those supplies will prove quite useful against Israeli and American soldiers, and they certainly won't be used against Fatah al-Islam.
Meanwhile, the Lebanese Communist regime has teamed up with subversives in the Israeli and American governments to present the PLO-connected Fatah al-Islam as being either "linked to" or "inspired by" the nonexistent "Al Qaeda" phantom. Their evidence is nothing more than a few scattered, vaguely "Muslim" statements by group leaders, similar to statements often made by the non-Muslim PLO for tactical or cultural reasons. So not only does the Beirut regime receive badly needed U.S. aid, but western audiences actually start to believe there is some kind of bizarre "Al Qaeda" threat out there somewhere, one that eclipses the international Marxist terror network run by Soviet Russia, Red China, and the rest of the Communist Bloc.
But Fatah al-Islam isn't the only such decoy in use today.
Next: Poltergeist in the Gaza Strip
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