Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Good for the Jews?

The story of George Koval "one of the most important spies of the 20th century" was told yesterday on Page 1 of the New York Times. Koval was a Jew, from Souix City, Iowa, who lived and was educated in the Soviet Union, after his parents emigrated to Birobidzhan, the Siberian city that Stalin promoted as the Jewish homeland. The Times ran the story because Putin posthumously honored Koval, this week.

(I'm struggling to make some larger point about Jews being successful in every endeavor, but it isn't coming. I also have a few words to say about Jews and Communists. Maybe, I'll update the post later.)

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