This October marks the 95th year since the West witnessed the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, which precipitated one of the most horrendously murderous eras in the history of the world. If one day we could sit in heaven and watch God's Official Version of the History of Man as recorded by His omnipotent omniscience, perhaps in exquisitely vivid holographs, then we would learn that Bolshevism has really been with us for perhaps 9,500 years, if not longer. We would also learn that Bolshevism is still with us, and that the radical Bolshevism witnessed in the last days of old Russia can break out again at any time, wherever its carriers happen to reside.
Indeed, Bolshevism has carriers, people infected with its tendencies who spread it from region to region and epoch to epoch. These carriers have called themselves by diverse names over the centuries, and are therefore difficult to trace. In the Hebrew Bible, they first appear as Kenites. The careful student of the Bible and the Classics can then trace them down through Biblical and ancient history to where they are today, and now they are known for the most part as Jews.