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Kharkiv, 1932.

Stalin’s NKVD troops guard grain confiscated from Ukrainian peasants during Holodomor.

Starving peasants tried to enter cities to find food, but NKVD troops had been stationed in so-called “Iron Rings” around the cities, shooting all peasants trying to enter.

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You spelled "plantation owners" wrong.
 
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And those who haven’t read history wonder why Ukraine refuses to negotiate with a mafia petro state that wants to wipe them out.
 
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Oh, these evil deeds started so long, if you have the records of their fathers which is still the same till today, how can you go to the round table with them? Ukraine will rise again
 
Look at the percentage of Jews in the NKVD!

This is basically anti-semitism with a nice face pic.twitter.com/jKIn7eeMkF
 
Так ковалась индустриализация. Зерно и конфискат церквей и зажиточных крестьян (фермеров) уходили в оплату американцам, которые строили «под ключ» страну. Потом конечно СССР куснул руку дающего, когда делил Европу с Гитлером и радовался бомбежкам Лондона. Потом снова приполз.
 
 
1932, Stalin roba les collites de cereal als camperols i provoca milions de morts a Ucraïna. És l'Holodomor, un genocidi planificat.

2022, Putin roba tot el cereal que pot i deixa milions d'ucraïnesos sense llum, aigua i calefacció.

Pobles germans, diuen els russos.
 
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Russia 1932 and 90 yrs later, i.e. 2022 still the have same rotten values
 
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And yet, the Brits and Americans allied with the Russians and helped them annex half of Europe.
 
They needed social justice if wealth inequality was that consolidated in the main cities.

People deserved infrastructure, and "hoarding the grain" and collapsing the region to libertarian dissidence doesn't help the government supply to civilians. Stalin loves commoditization.
 
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Prepričan sem, da tega zločina Rusov na Ukrajino, Ukrajinci ne bodo nikoli pozabili!
 
 
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Russians are now notorious for brutal crimes against humanity and will be forever branded just like Germans who permitted, supported and became genocidal Hitler’s Nazis during WWII and still has these groups today.
 
 
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Otkud Rusi na ukrajinskom selu? Oni su doseljavani tamo kao državna administracija, milicija, industrijski radnici, rudari.. Kada je prava glad ljudi iz gradova beže na selo, ali kod ove veštačke gladi seljacima su sve oduzeli pa uveli zabranu kretanja
 
los hijos de putin diran que es mentira y que Ucrania estaba mejor cuando estaba unida a Rusia
 
 
 
 
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90% of NKVD officers were jews
 
 
👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽
 
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Educate yourself idiot and have a read of Simon Montefiore's "In the Court of the Red Tsar". Over 4 million starved testify to truth as does Stalin admitted to Churchill that better off peasants mass murdered in pursuit of collective farming.
 
 
Et après on s’étonne que la nationalisme Ukrainien a flambé.
Avant d’écouter benoîtement le discours du Kremlin ( volontairement romancé), plongée dans l’histoire et faites vous votre propre idée
 
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Bolsheviks are the scourge of all sentient beings.
 
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תלמד היסטוריה , נבלה
 
 
😡😡😡😡😡😡
Russia. For those who do not know the USSR Is.
 
In reply to @visegrad24
Leave it to propaganda Poles to twist the history of something as terrible as hladomor. Soon these clowns will twist the history of Auschwitz and blame Russia for it.
 
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