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Soviet system a copy of the Jewish Kahal

By Itsvan Bakony
Excerpt from What is Judaism (1969)
Pages 24-27

In every capital of a province, or in its most important urban center, a Great Kahal or Supreme Council of the Federation of local Kahals of that province is established. This co-ordinates the activities of the local Kahals.

The words Kahal, Kehilla and Great Kahal, are classic, dating from the times of the Crusades, to refer to a Jewish organization or municipal or provincial government, but in different countries Jews have given different names to these organizations. In France, for example, they call them Consistories, and in other places they simply call them municipal or regional councils, a very proper denomination, because the internal organization of Judaism has for several centuries been structured on the basis of Councils of different hierarchy.

The Soviet organization is nothing but a copy, although of inferior quality, of the organization which Jews have used for many centuries. It is also necessary to remember that the word “Soviet” means, exactly, “Council”.

The Great Provincial· Kahals are confederated in a Secret National Council called with different names in different countries. In some places it is called the Central Israelite Committee; in others, the Jewish Congress of such and such country, as in the United States, where it is called “American Jewish Committee”.

A look at athe Iraq Jewish community in Los Angeles, who trace their roots back to ancient Babylon and longels surviving Jewish comunity in the world. The L.A. Iraqi Jewish community congregates at Kahal Joseph temple in Los Angeles. March 30, 2004. (Photo by Ken Hively/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

This highest Council coordinates the activities of the Great Regional Kahals, but respects their autonomy within their own territories, where each is responsible for the efforts to conquer the nation in whose territory it operates.

The Jewish organizations established within a gentile nation and coordinated by a Central Committee are together called a Councilor National Congress. Sometimes, it is also called the Jewish Community of France, the Jewish Community of Argentina or the Chinese Jewish Community, according to the case. All these organizations operate in a secret way unknown for all profanes in all countries that proscribed Judaism in sometime and forbade its functioning. And the communities of clandestine Jews still operate throughout the world in a highly secret manner, pretending to practice the religion of the country in which they live.

The great Kahals or Regional Council and National Supreme Councils, in addition to having under their reosponsibility the government of the Jewish organizations of a province or region of the entire country, also have the duty of conquering the country in which territory they operate, controlling their political parties, their press, their banks, their unions of trade, industrialists and professionals, their universities, their religious organizations and their churches through the fifth column, but most of all they have the obligation of conquer the government, including the executive, legislative and judicial powers.

To accomplish the conquest of the people that naively and generously gave them shelter, each Jew works tirelessly for the development of the plans of conquest which range from infiltration and various maneuvers to monopolize the leading positions to the revolutions and coup d’etats when such are necessary. They also use masonic and communist organizations, political parties, labor unions and other associations which they secretly control.

The most serious aspect of all this is that Hebrews believe they are sincerely fulfilling God’s commands to his chosen people, and also fulfilling the more sacred prin- ciples of the Talmud, which they believe is the interpreta- tion of God’s will: “Wherever Hebrews settle, it is neces- sary they must become the masters; and as long as they do not have absolute domain, they should consider them- selves as exiled and prisoners. Although ,they may dominate many nations, until they do not dominate all of them, they should not cease to proclaim: What a torment!, What an indignityl”.

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