Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Who exactly called Marxism: "Judaism" ?

"Some call it Marxism—I call it Judaism"

- Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, or Rabbi Isaac M. Wise

I recently posted an article on the quote "Some call it Marxism (sometimes: communism)—I call it Judaism" attributed to American Zionist leader Stephen Samuel Wise, and concluded that it's almost certain that Wise never said it, and showed that the cited source for the quote; the American Bulletin, May 5th or 15th, 1935, was a very shoddy-looking American Nazi publication, it even had Hitler's swastika on its masthead.

But now I've discovered an article from 1955 which claims that it was American Reform Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise (1819 - 1900) who said: "Some call it Marxism. I call it Judaism."

The article reproduced below, is from a magazine called Destiny, published by Anglo-Saxon Federation of America, who were British-Israelism promoters. Britons and descendants of Britons in the U.S. and elsewhere, who believe they are one of the Lost Tribes of Israel.

According Michael Barkun, multi award-winning debunker of "conspiracy theories" that involve Jews; the Anglo-Saxon Federation of America was "anti-semitic", and from it, derives the Christian Identity Movement. Barkun also claims Pat Robertson uses "anti-Semitic over-tones." This is the very same Pat Robertson, who in 2002 received the State of Israel Friendship Award from the Chicago chapter of the Zionist Organisation of American.

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