Elia Kazan & the Ongoing Communist Whitewash

Elia Kazan (1909-2003) was the director of such Hollywood classics as On the Waterfront & A Streetcar Named Desire. Ironically, he is best known for “naming names” of Communists he had known during a short spell as a CPUSA member during the thirties. For this he was excoriated by Communist (Illuminati) Jewish dupes who still dominate Hollywood. As Dave Martin explains, despite ample evidence that the Communist Party was run by Moscow, this courageous and patriotic act still is regarded by many as a blemish on his reputation.  Communism is the Illuminati model for the New World Order   a form of Talmudism where our every thought and action is controlled.

by Dave Martin – “Elia Kazan: American Hero” (Abridged/edited by henrymakow.com) March 21, 2013

What in the world is going on here?  At the time that Kazan gave his testimony [in 1952,] we only knew a small part of the evils of Soviet Communism under Joseph Stalin.   The Soviet historian Roy Medvedev hadn’t published his exposé of Stalin entitled Let History Judge.  Most importantly, The Gulag Archipelago and the other great writings of Alexander Solzhenitsyn were still in the distant future.
 On the American political scene, the revelations of former Communists had just been published in the form of a book entitled The God That Failed three years before, in which the insidiousness of the Communist Party in the United States was put on full display.
 Former Communist spies Elizabeth Bentley and Whittaker Chambers had given their Congressional testimony, and one of the people Chambers accused of being a Soviet spy, Alger Hiss, had been convicted of perjury, but there were still a lot of people who believed that he, Lauchlin Currie, Owen Lattimore, and other high level Communists and Communist sympathizers were just victims of a witch hunt.

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