Hodjanernes Blog

23 januar 2008

Holocaust dag den 27. januar

Den 27. januar skal vi mindes holocaust, men gælder det også kommunismens betydeligt større folkemord?

Six million other farmers across the Soviet Union were starved or shot during collectivization. Stalin told Winston Churchill he liquidated 10 million peasants during the 1930s. Add mass executions by the Cheka in Estonia, Lativia and Lithuania, the genocide of three million Muslims, massacres of Cossacks and Volga Germans, and Soviet industrial genocide accounted for at least 40 million victims, not including 20 million war dead.

Stalin’s murder of millions was simply denied or concealed by a left-wing conspiracy of silence that continues to this day. In the strange moral geometry of mass murder, only Nazis are guilty.

Socialist luminaries like Bernard Shaw, Beatrice and Sidney Webb and Premier Edouard Herriot of France, toured Ukraine during 1932-33 and proclaimed reports of famine were false. Shaw announced: “I did not see one under-nourished person in Russia.” New York Times correspondent Walter Duranty, who won a Pulitzer Prize for his Russian reporting, wrote claims of famine were “malignant propaganda.” Seven million people were dying around them, yet these fools saw nothing. The New York Times has never repudiated Duranty’s lies.

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Det ser ud til at Stiftelsen for Holocaust  Minde Dagen har ‘glemt’ alt om kommunismens ofre. En søgning på ‘Soviet’ og ‘Stalin’ på deres hjemmeside giver intet resultat. UK’s muslimer vil ikke deltage i dagen, med mindre et påstået holocaust på palæstinensere bliver medtaget. Armenerne er heller ikke medregnet.