„First of all, we have to understand what communism is. I mean, to me, real communism, the Soviet communism, is basically a mask for Bolshevism, which is a mask for Judaism.“

—  Bobby Fischer, Press Conference, September 1 1992 http://www.mark-weeks.com/chess/92fs$$.htm
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