Great documentary about the KGB

I’m posting this to condemn such a terrible institution and their evil, inhumane tactics.

Remember, espionage can only be done by states with billion dollar budgets, and the information about their tactics and methods is all super duper secret.


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4 Responses to Great documentary about the KGB

  1. Aester says:

    Genrikih Yagoda was a jewish mass murderer.

  2. New England Millennial says:

    I don’t want to belabor the point, but I just wanted to post this out to show the WN readers that YKW is not some invincible “Elders of Zion” elite.

    Deborah Feldman’s Controversial ‘Exodus’ from Hasidic Brooklyn

    Deborah Feldman came of age in Williamsburg when it was known as the coolest neighborhood in the world, but she didn’t spend her teenage years partying at warehouse parties or eating overpriced Earl Grey-flavored ice cream. Feldman was born into Williamsburg’s Satmar Hasidic community, a sect of ultra-Orthodox Jews known for both their extremism and their segregation from the outside world, and spent her youth preparing for an arranged marriage.

    After she gave birth to her son, she broke with tradition, fled home, attended Sarah Lawrence College, and wrote Unorthodox, a memoir about her escape from Brooklyn. The book revealed the secretive sect’s customs and sexist traditions and sparked controversy throughout the Jewish world. In one notorious chapter, Feldman’s husband came home and told her about a Hasidic father who cut off his son’s penis and slit his throat after he caught him masturbating. According to the story Feldman says her husband told her, the Hasidic community covered up the crime. They subsequently denied the event occurred and attacked Feldman and the journalists who wrote about Unorthodox.


    Why do you think the world is so interested in Satmar Hasidic community, considering it’s so small in proportion to the rest of the world?
    I actually think what’s most interesting about this community is that it thrives in New York City. They run all the businesses out of the 47th Street Diamond District and they own all the real estate in Brooklyn, so they interact a lot with the New York community, yet they have these amazingly sheltered lives. I think it’s just absolutely stupendous for people to comprehend that they can remain so sheltered in New York, which is the least sheltered place in the world.

    What stories from your books stick to people the most?
    In Exodus it’s the German fetish. When I was attending Sarah Lawrence, I met a dominatrix who said, “All these Hasidic Jews come to my dungeon and ask me to dress up as a Nazi and beat them. What’s up with that?” And I was like, Wait a second. Do I have that? I’ve always been weirdly fascinated and obsessed with Germans, but mostly just afraid of them. I ended up traveling through Europe, retracing my grandmother’s steps through the Holocaust, and I fell in love with a German who was descended from Nazis at the same time. It was completely psychotic, but also completely therapeutic.

    What was it like watching the Satmars interact with the artists who moved to Williamsburg in the late 90s and early 2000s?
    I was about 13 or 14 when all of this became an issue. When the Satmar community took residence in Williamsburg in the 1940s and 1950s, Williamsburg was a slum—it was mostly wetlands, and it was just a real industrial wasteland. They decided to establish their idealized version of a ghetto there because they felt it was the perfect spot, and nobody would try to live there except them. And then, lo and behold, Brooklyn transformed. All of a sudden landlords who had buildings that were previously worth almost nothing now had goldmines.

    There was a tremendous controversy in Williamsburg at the time because the rabbis were so concerned that these Hasidic landlords were so tempted by the money, and would start renting out like crazy in the community next to us, and that all these cool youngsters who partied and drank would come in and steal our women and corrupt our men, and the whole community would collapse. I have a lot of friends who live in Williamsburg right now who rent shitty apartments, and they’re always complaining about their Hasidic landlords. I read an article a few months ago about a Hasidic landlord who was murdered. The question was “Who did not hate this man?” All his tenants hated him!

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