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'In five years' time it may be as dangerous to praise Stalin as it was to attack him two years ago. But I should not regard this as an advance. Nothing is gained by teaching a parrot a new word.'
- George Orwell

(Written in response to an anti-Semite who praised Stalin for shooting a few Jewish commissars starting in 1947 [actually 1933, since most of them were always Jewish to start with]




…Let us then adopt Stalin as our model. If we really want to solve our racial problems, our model must then be, not Hitler, who was a babe in the woods when it came to deportations, mass killings, and lying, but Stalin, the past master of all time. What a pity that it took the Man of Steel so long to get around to killing the right people.


- what a pity to have forgotten to shoot his Jewish brother-in-law closest associate, the Jew Lazar Kaganovich (responsible for seven million deaths in the Ukraine), who lived to be 100 years old;

- what a pity to have built the White Sea Canal with the forced labour of 300,000 Aryans, instead of Jews;

- what a pity to have sent tens of millions of Aryans to labour camps in the Arctic, instead of Jews;

- what a pity to have liquidated "the Kulaks as a class" instead of the "Jews as a race";

- what a pity to have shot 15,000 Polish officers (actually, half of them were loaded onto barges and drowned in the White Sea), instead of 15,000 Jews, etc.;

- what a pity to have killed thirty to sixty million Aryans instead of thirty to sixty million Jews (there must be at least sixty million Jews in the world, if not even more);

- but thank you "ever so much" for killing Trotsky with an ice axe ("one Jew, one ice pick"), not to mention a few dozen Jewish commissars during the Purge Trials of the 1930s.


After all, a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step!


Let us then adopt Stalin as our model. Let us adopt the Communist code of morals (which is also the code of the Jews and the Christians), and state openly that the "End Justifies the Means". [see footnote] *


For example:


- if we had taken ten million Africans and drowned them (instead of enslaving them like their African and Arab brethren), we would have been doing the world a favour;


- if we had castrated them for sale as harem guards, like the Arabs (instead of encouraging them to breed like rats so we could sell their children), we would have been doing the world a favour;


- if we had taken 80,000 Mexican wetbacks and burned them alive in the California desert (instead of 80,000 Iraqi soldiers on the other side of the world) [Highway of Death], we would have been doing the world a favour;


- (after all, the Mexicans are "invading" us, why shouldn't such "aggression" be "punished"? What's the difference logically?);


- if we had taken 300,000 Jewish cultural anthropologists, bankers, financial consultants, investment advisors, lawyers, psychoanalysts, psychiatrists, and psychologists, and burned them alive in Beverly Hills (instead of 300,000 white women and children, helpless refugees, at Dresden, on Stalin's orders via Churchill), we would have been doing the world a favour.


If Stalin can murder 20 or 30 million Russians and be a hero to the President of the United States of America; if Mao Tse Dung can murder 60 million Chinese and be a hero to virtually all Ivy League college students during the war in Viet Nam; if we can murder 50 million of our own children through abortion since 1973, why can't we solve our racial problems in the same way? Why should gassing the Jews be a crime? What's the difference logically?


Under Stalin, the Soviet Constitution guaranteed freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and the right of the republics to secede from the Soviet Union. Of the thirty-two men who wrote this document, thirty were shot by Stalin; yet it was never repudiated. On the contrary, it was quoted by Franklin D. Roosevelt to prove that Soviet Russia was a "Western-style Democracy". If F.D.R. was insane enough to butcher half the world and give the other half to Stalin, why shouldn't Stalin accept it in the spirit in which it was given?


Stalin was a Georgian, a race famous for its implacable vindictiveness. A Georgian will wait twenty years to get revenge for anything. Stalin himself said, "To lay one's plans carefully, to wreak an implacable vengeance, and then to go to sleep, there is nothing sweeter in the world".


One of Stalin's associates said, "To work with Stalin for thirty years, and still not to know what he is thinking; that is terrible." I think this is an admirable quality; that is the spirit we need.


What a thrill it would be to put thousands of Federal agents and officials on trial in Washington in a Stalin-like show trial and hear them snivel, "I have betrayed my race; I am scum deserving only to be shot", and to see them applaud frantically when death sentences were handed down upon them.


What a thrill it would be to do the same to the "Politically Correct" commissars of American cultural and political life.


That would be Stalinist procedure. That is "Democratic". That is therefore acceptable in the United States of America. National Socialist procedures are not acceptable.


The lessons of history are clear. If you steal, steal big. If you kill, kill big. If you lie, lie big. It is in this last respect that Hitler proves the most deficient. Hitler appears to have been a very poor liar. He seems to have had an almost incurable predilection for the truth; a fatal weakness in 20th century politics.


Look at the British. They put up a monument to Butcher Harris, who killed a million civilians on purpose, and then gave nine life sentences to an IRA man who killed nine people by accident. The bomb went off early and even killed one of the men carrying it; the victims were customers in a fish shop next door to the Ulster Defence Force headquarters. The intention of the IRA was to empty the fish shop and destroy the UDF headquarters. It was never their intention to kill anyone in the fish shop at all. They even apologized. For 25 years, the IRA regularly apologized for killing civilians. What's nine people killed by accident in the 20th century? Have the British ever apologized for killing civilians -- anywhere, ever?


The Communists probably killed 100 million people, but Communists are respectable. There are Communists everywhere you go. The National Socialists only killed people when they had to, and have been shamed out of existence. Why? Because they offended the Jews on a purely theoretical, philosophical matter: human equality – a myth in which the Jews – the most fanatically racist and race-conscious of all races – have never believed, and have never even intended to practise. Look at Israel.


Hitler called it "National Socialism". Stalin called it "Socialism in One Country". "Socialism" is a dirty word in America, so we'll call it something different. Any stick will do to beat a dog.


1995, revised 2001

Translation of caption of painting depicting Russian children offering flowers to Stalin:
"Thank you for killing our parents"

* The principle that "the end justifies the means" is of Jesuit origin, and is expressed as "Quum finis est licitus etiam media sunt licita" in the Medulla theologiae moralis by Father Hermann Busenbaum, published in 1645, which went through two hundred editions in little over a century. As a "religion of love" that burnt people alive for 1500 years, Christianity can hardly lay claim to any other basic principle. -C.P.


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