Communism in Romania

Communism in Romania
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JEWS were the original revolutionaries who headed the Communist movements in every single country in East Europe when they originally seized power. While often playing a “behind the scenes role” in the initial stages, Jews later became the open leaders of Communism.

After the First World War; Romania had a Jewish population of 850,000. or 5% of the population. They dominated law, commerce, banking and trade. At the same: time they founded the Romanian Communist Party which was headed by the Jews, Dr. Ghelerter, Spieegler, Schrieber and Anna Pauker.

Jewess Anna Pauker was the main Red leader in Romania before and after World War II. She was named dictator by Stalin in 1946. Anna Pauker’s real name Rabinsohn, was born into an Orthodox Jewish family. In 1910, at age 17, she was recruited into Marxism by her lover Herschel Steinberg. Later she would marry the Jew Marcel Pauker. They would become co-leaders of the ;Romanian Communist Party in 1928. In 1933, they tried to overthrow the government by taking .control of a railway strike which ended with a bloody attempt to seize Bucharest.