Louis Bielsky - The soviet-israelite claw strangles the arabs
Underground facts of the arab - Israel and Moscow - Peking conflicts
1965 - Library of political secrets
The people of Israel, contrary to what some exalted antisemites have said, is one of the best-endowed peoples of the world and perhaps the most outstanding for its political and financial genius, being at the same time a nomadic people. But even before the destruction of the Jewish State by the Romans (Year 70 Christian Eral, almost nineteen centuries ago, the Jews were, like their brothers in race, the Phoenicians, a people which established migratory colonies in other countries, while at the same time they kept their own territoriul state. When the Romans destroyed the Jewish State and demolished the Second Temple, Judaism, by then spread already in different countries on earth, continued to exist by means of the Israelite colonies settled in the territories of those peoples, and which were reinforced and increased in number, with the arrival of the Jews who emigrated, fleeing, when their State was destroyed.
All of these Israelite colonies have been endowed with institutions that have given them a great organic and political consistency, thus establishing the basic cells of which the Jewish nation, spread allover the world, is formed. They have been coordinated and directed international/ y by Rabbinic Synodus, which through the centuries have been generally held in secrecy.
The king of the ancient Jewish State and the Great Sanhedrin, were replaced by the Nasi -prince or patriarch- who had supreme authority over the Israel of the Diaspora. Previously, the Nasi was the leader of the Great Sanhedrin. The Babylonian schism opposed to him the Exilarch or Prince of the Exile, with an equal authority to the Nasi over the Israelite communities which kept obeying him.
In the IXth Century, the government of the Nasi as world leader of Judaism was suppressed, dividing this power in more than two hundred regional Talmudic and rabbinical republics, independent from each other, but coordinated in action when necessary by means of a Continental or World Synodus, to which rabbis of each Republic or regional community attended as plenipotentiary. In use of the independence and sovereignty enjoyed by the community they represented, these rabbis could exert the right of veto to the resolutions of the majority, - veto which prevented that such resolution could compell the rabbinic Republic he or they represented, but that veto did not annul for the others the vetoed resolution.
However, it is fair to make notice, that the great idealism and great mystic power of the Jewish people prevented, - in general and except for a few cases -, the misuse of the right of veto by the plenipotentiary rabbis which would have made such Synodus fail in the coordination of the action of Judaism in the whole world.
Until the beginning of the XXth Century, decisive steps were taken by the leaders of Judaism towards the centralization of the Universal Israelite Super Government. However, even since the XVlth Century, attempts were again made for the achievement of that centralization, attempts which we further detail in this work.
Each of the regional communities or Talmudic Rabbinic Republics is governed, even in our days, by a First Rabbi, a Great Kahal, a General Assembly of Representatives of the local communities of the Region, and a Beth-Din or Regional Court - based on a division of powers in legislative, executive and judicial -, centuries before such a division of powers became transplanted to the gentile world by revolutionary ideologists of Jewish descent such as the Marquis of Montesquieu and others whose ancestors were tied to some Jewish wealthy women, who suppossedIy had converted to Christianity, violating the established laws in 1he gentile nobility of those times. These Israelite ladies -true "new Esthers" secretly initiated their children into JUDAISM, thus infiltrating the Jewish blood into the nobiliary blood of many Christian Kingdoms.