The FBI apparently had a "(RUNNING MEMORANDUM)" on Bolsheviks in Hollywood. One memo states about Frank Capra's "It's a Wonderful Life":
Thomas Mitchell who played the part of the man losing the money in the Capra picture suffered the same consequences as the man in the Russian picture in that Mitchell was too old a man to go out and make money to pay off his debt to the banker.
The thing the moron who wrote that memo tries to do is to trick everyone into believing that George's uncle owed the banker. He didn't owe the banker. The banker stole the lost money. Mr. Potter knew the money belonged to the Building and Loan and not to Mr. Potter. He kept that money because he was a lying thief who had a heart as hard as the rocks in his head.
The memo also attempts to make the case that there is no such thing as a character loan, not that I believe the taxi driver should have had to owe the lying usurers any interest just to be able to live and feed his family.
The bankster railed about the laziness of the working class. He wanted them to be thrifty, in other words, to have to live under circumstances where the majority of the fruits of their labors ended up in the bankster's pockets while they lived in poverty renting shacks from Potter (slumlord out to own it all — capitalist monopolist: same, same).
The Building and Loan was designed to share the wealth and the burden, and the members lived vastly better lives out from under the evil greedy, sociopathic Scrooge, Mr. Potter.
Anyway, that Memo shows the evil-heartedness at the root of the FBI. J. Edgar Hoover was a monster and sycophant of the greedy who buttered his bread as the parasite of the parasites that he was.
Jesus is a communist, not a Marxist or Stalinist, and Ayn Rand was a sociopath (insane) right along with Mr. Potter. So, get a clue. "Not every heel was in Germany or Japan"!