PQC: Folks, Dave Rubin has a very strong opinion about what he called “”The RACISM raging through America today is ANTI-WHITE CHRISTIAN racism!”

I strongly disagree with his statement totally. What say you, folks? Anyway, hear him out and make your own conclusion.


Dave Rubin
14 hours
The RACISM raging through America today is ANTI-WHITE CHRISTIAN racism!
And the scum who are behind it are TALMUDIC, BOLSHEVIK JEWS who want to continue the Bolshevik Revolution that Stalin stopped.
“You must understand, the leading Bolsheviks who took over Russia were not Russians.
They hated Russians. They hated Christians. Driven by ethnic hatred they tortured and slaughtered millions of Russians without a shred of human remorse. It cannot be overstated. Bolshevism committed the greatest human slaughter of all time. The fact that most of the world is ignorant and uncaring about this enormous crime is proof that the global media is in the hands of the perpetrators”.
“We cannot state that all Jews are Bolsheviks. But – Without Jews there would never have been Bolshevism. For a Jew nothing is more insulting than the Truth. The Blood Maddened Jewish terrorists had murdered 66,000,000 in Russia from 1918 – 1957.”
“Between the years 1917 and 1991 preceding the collapse of the Soviet Union, it is estimated that Communist Jews murdered somewhere between 60 and 135 million innocent people.”
Alexander Solzhenitsyn
YOU TUBE: The Communist Holocaust in Eastern Europe (Master-minded By Atheistic Jews)
“Communism” is not run from Moscow or Peking, but is an arm of a bigger conspiracy run from New York, London and Paris. The men at the apex of this movement are not Communists in the traditional sense of that term. They feel no loyalty to Moscow of Peking. They are loyal only to themselves and their undertaking. And these men certainly do not believe in the clap-trap pseudo-philosophy of Communism. They have no intention of dividing their wealth. Socialism is a philosophy which conspirators exploit, but in which only the naive believe. Finance capitalism is used as the anvil and Communism as the hammer to conquer the world.
You can believe anything you want about Communism except that it is a conspiracy run by men from the respectable world. People will often say to an active anti-Communist:
“I can understand your concern with Communism, but the idea that a Communist conspiracy is making great inroads in the United States is absurd. The American people are anti-Communist. They’re not about to buy Communism. It’s understandable to be concerned about Communism in Africa or Asia or South America with their tremendous poverty, ignorance and disease. But to be concerned about Communism in the United States where the vast majority of people have no sympathy with it whatsoever is a misspent concern.
On the face of it, that is a very logical and plausible argument. The American people are indeed anti-Communist.
Your next question is:
“What is Communism? Will you define it, please?”
Immediately a whole new situation has developed. Rather than the near unanimity previously found, we now have an incredible diversity of ideas. There are a multitude of opinions on what Communism is.
Some will say:
“Oh, yes, Communism. Well, that’s a tyrannical brand of socialism.”
Others will maintain:
“Communism as it was originally intended by Karl Marx was a good idea. But it has never been practiced and the Russians have loused it up.”
A more erudite type might proclaim:
“Communism is simply a rebirth of Russian imperialism.”
If perchance one of the men you ask to define Communism happened to be a political science professor from the local college, he might well reply:
“You can’t ask ‘what is Communism?’ That is a totally simplistic question about an extremely complex situation. Communism today, quite unlike the view held by the right wing extremists in America, is not an international monolithic movement.
Rather, it is a polycentric, fragmented, nationalistic movement deriving its character through the charismas of its various national leaders. While, of course, there is the welding of Hegelian dialectics with Feuerbachian materialism held in common by the Communist parties generally, it is a monumental oversimplification to ask ‘what is Communism.’ Instead you should ask: What is the Communism of Mao Tse-tung? What is the Communism of the late Ho Chi Minh, or Fidel Castro or Marshal Tito?
If you think we are being facetious here, you haven’t talked to a political science professor lately. For the above is the prevailing view on our campuses, not to mention in our State Department.
Whether you agree or disagree with any of these definitions, or, as may well be the case, you have one of your own, one thing is undeniable. No appreciable segment of the anti-Communist American public can agree on just what it is that they are against. Isn’t that frightening? Here we have something that almost everybody agrees is bad, but we cannot agree on just what it is we are against.
The American people do not know their enemy.
In keeping with the fact that almost everybody seems to have his own definition of Communism, we are going to give you ours, and then we will attempt to prove to you that it is the only valid one. Communism:
“It had long been realized that the only secure basis for oligarchy is collectivism. Wealth and privilege are most easily defended when they are possessed jointly. The so-called ‘abolition of private property’ meant in effect the concentration of property in far fewer hands than before…” —
George Orwell, “1984”