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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1906.
Why at e the Jews Mnssncred?
The following article liken from
'he Literary Digest will he found of
interest to those who wish to know
the causes of the massacre of so
many innocent peop'e in Russia
A shudder of horror has passed
through the European press, and
bit tor indignation is felt at the mas
snore of innocent thousands, men
women, and children, by 'he contra-revolutionists-,,
who, We are told, are
stirred up ngaimt certain classes,
mo illy Socialists, in order to create
a diversion, as the horse is exposed
Co the fury of the bull to save the
matador from danger in a Spanish
arena. One of the instruments of
r 'volution in France was terror. The
Guillotine intimidated men into flight
or submission, Je ws, we read, are
the most extreme, the most able, and
the best arganized of the Socialists,
and constitute the most numerous
single nationality among the many
peoples who hMst the flag of socia
lism in Russia. We are reminded by
one paper that Marx and Lassalle,
the most scicnt fie and popular So
cialists of their time, were both Jews.
"While the whole of Russia was
trembling under the stress of the
grea t strike. . . . the reactionary par
ty organized a contra revolutionary
government a. id collected recruits
from among hooligans and the lower
population of provincial towns. Stud
ents, Jews, and social democratic
workmen were hunted down. The
infamous 'Black Gangs' perpetrated
crimes without number, from the
assassination of individuals to whole
The Rjssian authorities were re
sponsible for the massacres at Odes
sa, where General Kaulbars had a
garrison of 60,000 soldiers yet re
fused to interfere, is the general
opinion of the press. Says The Lea
"No shadow of doubt exists but
the business was an infamous plot
on the part of the Russian authorl.
ties. We know from the warnings
put forth months ago by the Jewish
'Bund' the Jewish Socialists party
that the Government has been or
ganizing the pe' petration of these
'pogroms, or massaces of the Jews.
The 1 invest scum of the cities have
b en incited, paid, and plied with
drink for the purpose."
This is confirmed by the following
ediio i.d comment of the London
"All the information., that still
keeps ccming in about the massacres
at Odessa, Kishineff, and elsewhere
in outhe'"!! uussia only reveals in a
more horrible light the atrocities
committed by a fanatical mob at the
insligatipn of a desperate official
dom." The "Black Gangs," according to
Lloyd's Weekly(London,) were hound
ed ou by the soldiers and police, who
cried out: "The Jews have killed our
Emperor and sacked the cathedral!
They've massacred the Christians!
Cut them all to pieces!" and leadind
the mob to the houses signaled out
for destruction they began a whole
Out of the 300,000 organized Social
Democrats in Russia 205,000 are
Jews. The massacre of the Jews is
traced to a deeper sourse. These
atrocious murders are manifestations
of the fundamental and traditionary
policy of Czarism from the time of
Alexander III., and are intended to
strike dismay and bewilderment into
the minds of those who are trying to
bring about a change. To quote:
These massacres of the Jews are
an element of the contra-revolution,
whose aim is to excite popular pas
sion, to bewilder the minds of the
Liberals, to distory and discredit the
work of reform which has scarcely
yet begun. The tradition of reac
tionary activity under Alexander III
is net yet extinct: the spirit of
Plehve still lives in his followers and
disciples, and its influence penetrates
even to the palace of the Czar, and
the feeble, vacillating Nicholas II
can not free himself of it. This
spirit causes a gaping tissure of fatal
weakness in the new politicpl struc
ture ou which Count Witte is toiling;
and the helplessness of this reaction
ary spirit is especially manifested in
the design and prosecution of in
famous massacres among the Jews,
which constitute nothing more than
a palpable symptom of the accumu
lated miseries under whicb Kussia is
"The presence of the of the Jews
always threatened a revolution, not,
as Plehve falsely considered, because
the Jew was n natural revolutionists,
but because the Jew knew, as the
Government did not know.
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"All said and done, the persecution
of the Jaws is a disgrace to a civiliz
ed State. The causes to which such
persecution may be traced must be
abolished root and branch- But the
Jews themselves must come to a de
termination that they will in future
give uo occasion for just resentment,
and must especially take to heart
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hive taken a Juru which gave j activity which they have undertaken
any extr?me measure taken by the
Jews can eventually have but one
result, that of forging weapons a
gainst their own existence."
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