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    Ruth Fischer

    Jew Score:
    7

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    December 11, 1895 – March 13, 1961

    Ruth Fischer started out her life as quite a communist. In her early 20s, she co-founded the Communist Party of Austria. She was also one of the early party leaders in Germany.

    Even though Fischer was Jewish (her father, Rudolf Eisler, was a prominent philosopher), she wasn't exactly a fan of her people. "Throw down the Jewish capitalists, hang them from the lamp-post, stamp on them," she said in 1923. Again, in line with her communist ideals.

    The German Communist Party had a schism, so Fischer, who at one point ran it, was kicked out. She eventually emigrated out of Germany (good timing there; as much as she might have hated her Jewish roots, Nazis wouldn't really care) and collaborated with another exile, Leon Trotsky. Still fighting for that communist ideal...

    Long story short: not only did Fischer end up denouncing communism, it also turned out that she served as an American spy.

    Bet you didn't see that ending coming!

    Verdict: Borderline Jew.

    April 17, 2019

    See Also

    Rosa Luxemburg

    Ernst Toller

    Leon Trotsky

    Markus Wolf
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