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Leonard Zeskind

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Leonard Zeskind
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Nationality Jewish
Occupation agitator, propagandist
Organization Sojourner Truth Organization
Searchlight
IREHR
NAACP
Spouse(s) Elaine Zeskind[1]

Leonard Harold Zeskind (born 1950), sometimes known as Lenny Zeskind, is a communist Jew, Zionist and self-styled "expert on white nationalism" in America.[2] Throughout his career he has been involved in various extremist Marxist-Leninist groups which were genocidally Europhobic in political rhetoric, particularly the Sojourner Truth Organization. He is a collaborator of the communist magazine Searchlight.

His movement into the spotlight was facilitated behind the scenes through a large financial grant from the MacArthur Foundation. He is the president of a covert Jewish supremacist and neo-Bolshevik hate group calling itself the Institute for Research & Education of Human Rights. Zeskind is also a long time member of the NAACP, despite being a Jew. In this role he was caught up in a political controversy, after fabricating a critical theory style smear attack on the Tea Party Movement, using prejudiced anti-European American epithets.

Background and personal life

Zeskind was born in 1950. His parents were Jews, Stanley Clu Zeskind (born 1927) and Shirley B (born 1928). It seems that his father's family arrived from Lithuania. He has a younger brother Philip Sandy (born 1951). He has spent most of his life in Kansas City, Missouri but for a time owned property in Riverside, California and Flagler Beach, Florida. According to Zeskind, it was while a child that he was indoctrinated into his views and this was specifically linked to Talmudism. He claimed to have read Black Like Me by John Howard Griffin in a bar mitzvah class. According to Zeskind, the local NAACP president spoke at the synagogue the Friday before his bar mitzvah.[3]

Political agitation

Communist extremism in Kansas City

Noel Ignatiev a comrade of Leonard Ziskind. Ignatiev called for the "destruction" of the European people.

The political life of Leonard Zeskind begins in Kansas City during 1973, when he surfaced in an openly communist group calling itself the Sojourner Truth Organization.[4] Mostly active in the Midwest and only in existence between 1969 and 1985, the group was riddled with Jewish extremists, such as the genocide baiting Noel Ignatiev. For instance Ignatiev, explicitly demanded the "destruction of the white race", recalling for Europeans shades of the Ukrainian Holocaust where Communist Jews, in particular the ring-leader Lazar Kaganovich deliberately starved to death 10 million European Christians during the 1930s.

Zeskind authored an article called Workplace Struggles in Kansas City for the STO's journal Urgent Tasks in 1978 (the journal took its name from a piece by Vladimir Lenin called The Urgent Tasks of Our Movement).[5] In it Zeskind talks of the values of a grass roots "school of communism" conceived "to destroy the marketplace".[5] During the Cold War struggle with communism, in a 1980 article for the same journal, Zeskind denounced the American military "as a tool of U.S. Imperialism."[5] A 1981 article by Bruce Rodgers in the City Magazine of Kansas, describes Zeskind as "elusive, paranoid, near hysterical" and involved in intimidation even against other reds (whom he viewed as too moderate).[5]

It has been revealed that the Soviet Union as part of its Venona Project began a foreign policy strategy of inciting the negro population of the United States, in the hopes of causing social unrest.[5] The KGB would send messages to negro groups and pretend that they were from the John Birch Society.[5] Some of the Soviet's termites, such as Zeskind, in completion of the Hegelian dialectic, would step in, prouncing themselves as heroic "anti-racists".[5] It was as part of this strategy that the Communist Worker's Party founded the National Anti-Klan Network (NAKN), which provoked a violent shoot-out with the Ku Klux Klan in the Greensboro incident. It was described by Workers Vanguard in 1982 as a loose coalition of Southern ministers and "the remnants of the pro-Peking Stalinists." The NAKN changed its name to the Center for Democratic Renewal in 1986 where Zeskind was listed as its "director of research."[5]

Changing tactics, "human rights" fraud

As the Soviet Union began to collapse under Mikhail Gorbachev, many hardcore Marxist-Leninists in the West faced an identity crisis; the corner-stone of their political activity could no longer revolve around fifth column activity in the service of a foreign communist state. The Europhobic and pro-Jewish elements of the Marxist-Leninist groups began trying to redefine themselves.[5] Ironically adopting rhetoric more often associated with Trotskyism and the Frankfurt School. These washed-up Marxist-Leninists piggy-backed themselves onto the so-callled "anti-racism" gravy train, proclaiming themselves "anti-fascists", without in reality changing their political outlook.[5] As part of the new agenda, he became involved with the so-called Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights with other communists such as Lyn Wells.[6][7]

Gerry Gable a former member of the Communist Party of Great Britain and Zeskind collaborator.

During this time Zeskind also published out of Kansas, a self-styled "anti-fascist" magazine called The Hammer. The so-called "anti-fascism" of The Hammer was in reality simply pro-Jewish and pro-communist, though dressed up in a reframed and covert dialectic.[5] He also became the US distributor and contributor to Searchlight, a smear-sheet based in the United Kingdom,[8] which was published by Gerry Gable a Jewish former member of the Communist Party of Great Britain.[8][9] As part of this connection he spoke at an extremist rally on 23 October 1989 at Leeds sharing a platform with Martin Becher of the ultra-violent associated, Berlin based Antifaschistisches Infoblatt. The rally was made up of Jewish-controlled hardline communists, domestic terrorists and black chauvinists, such as; Anti-Fascist Action (linked to a PIRA bombing), Azania Worker, Asian Youth Movement, Camden Black Workers Group and Black Action.[10]

Even big Jewry began to publically facilitate him, for instance in 1989, The Jewish Chronicle openly praised him as "one of America’s leading National Socialist catchers."[11] When people started to double take and ask questions about his past, recalling, isn't Zeskind the Kremlin's man in Kansas City? He went public to The Jewish Chronicle with a non-apology, claiming, "I was never the kind of Marxist-Leninist that they think of".[5] It is probable that the easy time he was given openly in public by the Jewish establishment, was due to his flirtations with Zionism. He had joined an organisation in Kansas City called the New Jewish Agenda which mixed hippie themes with Jewish ultra-nationalism.[8]

Foundation funding, into the spotlight

In June 1998 he was a recipient of a $295,000 award from the MacArthur Foundation.[1] The exact behind the scenes circumstances as to how this came about remains murky. However the fact has been commented on[8] that when Zeskind was awarded the fund, Joshua J. Mintz and Arthur M. Sussman, both Jews and supporters of Red China, held positions in the MacCarthur Foundation as Vice Presidents.[12]

Zeskind attempted to oppress religious Catholics in a 2009 Jewish attack piece, specifically targetting Christians in Kansas City (in a throw back to the days of Béla Kun and the Lenin Boys).[13] He tried to desecrate their religion by demanding conformity to Talmudic imperialist positions and suggesting that the Church should replace Catholic dogma with Holocaustianity.[13] Along with Devin Burghart, Zeskind was at the centre of a controversy during October 2010, when his opposition to the libertarian Tea Party movement,[14][15][16] boiled over in a smear he authored for the communist-linked NAACP, essentially arguing that any American freedom activist who is opposed to their own demographic genocide is a "racist".[17] Zeskind's smear was denounced in a letter to the president as "psychotic, demeaning and asinine".[18]

Between 17 million and 19 million adult American voters count themselves as Tea Party supporters. This is an overwhelmingly white and solidly middle class slice of the population, slightly older and less troubled financially than the rest of us. [...] These are ultra-nationalists (or super patriots) who are defending their special pale-skinned privileges and power. [...] The Tea Parties are not just about taxes and budgets. They are against everything we are for, beginning with President Barack Obama. From health care reform to immigration reform, from a jobs program to unemployment benefits to union check off.

Leonard Zeskind at NAACP rally, using Judeo-Marxian Critical Race Theory in attack on Tea Party.[19]

Propaganda

Articles

  • Workplace Struggles in Kansas City (1978)
  • It's not populism: America's new Populist Party: a fraud by racists and anti-semites (1984)
  • Background report on racist and anti-semitic organizational intervention in the farm protest movement (1985)
  • The "Christian identity" movement: analyzing its theological rationalization for racist and anti-semitic violence (1986)
  • Update on anti-semitic and racist intervention in the Farm Protest Movement (1986)
  • They don't all wear sheets: a chronology of racist and far right violence, 1980-1986 (1987)
  • Peddling racist violence for a new generation: a profile of Tom Metzger and the White Aryan Resistance (1987)
  • Quarantines and death: the far right's homophobic agenda (1989)
  • Profile of Tom Metzger and the White Aryan Resistance (1992)

Book

  • Blood and Politics: The History of the White Nationalist Movement from the Margins to the Mainstream (2009)

Multimedia

Gallery

References

Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Kaplan 2002, p. 319.
  2. Petra Foundation (20 October 2010). "Fellows - Leonard Zeskind".  External link in |title= (help)
  3. Southern Poverty Law Center (24 October 2010). "Measuring the Movement".  External link in |title= (help)
  4. Council of Conservative Citizens (24 October 2010). "Author of NAACP Tea Party report is hard-core Marxist/Stalinist".  External link in |title= (help)
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 5.11 Jack Cashill (25 April 2000). "Who's watching the watchdog? ".  External link in |title= (help)
  6. Frank G. McGuire (24 October 2010). "Security Intelligence Sourcebook, Including Who's Who in Terrorism - Hidden Links of One "Anti-Extremist" Organization".  External link in |title= (help)
  7. Laird Wilcox (1999). "The Watchdogs, A close look at Anti-Racist "Watchdog" Groups, Part 1".  External link in |title= (help)
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 Nationalist.org (24 October 2010). "Lenny Zeskind's Family Tree".  External link in |title= (help)
  9. To this day, Searchlight publishes a column called Stateside: Leonard Zeskind's view from the USA.
  10. Kaplan 2002, p. 322.
  11. Kaplan 2002, p. 323.
  12. Jew Watch (9 February 2009). "Jewish Control of Foundations & Grant Organisation".  External link in |title= (help)
  13. 13.0 13.1 Talk to Action (9 February 2009). "Bishop Williamson, the Society of St. Pius X, and St. Mary's Kansas".  External link in |title= (help)
  14. Western Voices World News (14 July 2010). "Leonard Zeskind and Tea Party Nationalism".  External link in |title= (help)
  15. Huffington Post (23 June 2009). "Rereading the Tea Leaves: July 4 Protests Will Include White Nationalists".  External link in |title= (help)
  16. Huffington Post (18 March 2010). "Ron Paul and the Tea Parties: States' Rights and the 17th Amendment".  External link in |title= (help)
  17. Occidental Dissent (21 October 2010). "Leonard Zeskind and Tea Party Nationalism".  External link in |title= (help)
  18. American Congress (23 October 2010). "NAACP "racist" Tea Party Report - Psychotic, Demeaning and Asinine".  External link in |title= (help)
  19. ImmigrationProf Blog (14 July 2010). "Leonard Zeskind on the Tea Party".  External link in |title= (help)

Bibliography

  • Kaplan, Jeffrey (2002). The cultic milieu: oppositional subcultures in an age of globalization. Rowman Altamira. ISBN 075910204X. 

See also

External links

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