Russian Lawmakers Look To Outlaw Jewish Organizations

This is the scariest thing I’ve read in a long time.

Russian lawmakers called Monday for a sweeping investigation aimed at outlawing all Jewish organizations and punishing officials who support them, accusing Jews of fomenting ethnic hatred and saying they provoke anti-Semitism.


Echoing anti-Semitic tracts of the Czarist era, the letter’s authors accuse Jews of working against the interests of the countries where they live and of monopolizing power worldwide. They say the United States “has become an instrument for achieving the global aims of Judaism.”

“It is possible to say that the entire democratic world today is under the monetary and political control of international Judaism, which high-profile bankers are openly proud of,” the letter says.

Along with outlawing Jewish organizations, the lawmakers call for the prosecution of “individuals responsible for providing these groups with state and municipal property, privileges and state financing.”


Blogger Bnei Levi has translated the original letter. It is also pointed out that the letter sent to the Russian State Prosecutor has been withdrawn.

4 Responses to Russian Lawmakers Look To Outlaw Jewish Organizations

  1. Masamune says:


    I just read the article. I couldnt beleive it, and yet its happening right before our eyes. I was on a forum the other night, where people were actually contemplating that the holocaust happened. To forum, a videogame forum: of all places!

    I don’t know what they are teaching in schools these days, but it would seem that both Jew and Christian are becoming targets – and yet it is the – I will leave my thoughts hanging in the air.

    I’m trying to piece something something together right now on Russia – and you know, this is one messed up country. Yet, anti-semitism is growing up everywhere. I’m reminded of II Corinthians 4:4

  2. Anonymous says:

    It’s people like you that are the problem in this country.

  3. Sherry says:

    This is an odd post to take a dig at me on, but if it makes you happy then enjoy.