Skip to comments.HOLODOMOR is an Ukrainian word meaning extermination by hunger...
Posted on 11/22/2009 4:35:48 PM PST by Ulysse
By these days Ukrainians are remembering the deliberate extermination decided by J.STALIN of millions of ukrainians(about 6 millions...)by hunger.
By those DANGEROUS times where PUTIN ,still grabing the power in Russia and praising STALIN legacy,is threatening UKRAINE i am wondering if OBA-MAO knows something about that history and widely about general History. As thIS POTUS, who pretends to change USA and ...the world ,seems to consider todays Russia as a friendly and reliable country UKRAINE still considers RUSSIA as a threat
fake peace of cowards like some fake peace nobel prize leads to more death and sufferings.
When all this happened Europe was completly silent and neither historians nor politicians remind that dramatic event .
This is a documentary I ran across the other day. It is the first of 5 parts:
That would be constituents favored by both political parties. And yes, they do lean to the left on most issues. They believe that the population of us peasants is too large and would like to reduce it to the population size of the Renaissance.
and NYT Durante got Pulizer prize for lying about the Holodomor. Just like today’s presstitutes
I’ve never seen the word “Holdomor,” iirc, but have read Robert Conquest’s “Harvest of Sorrow.”
Who thinks Communists care about hungry people? Only idiots, that’s who.
IIRC, `famine’ in Russian is `golod’. Bread made from sawdust was called `golodny khleb’ meaning `famine bread’.
In Ukrainian that `g’ converts to a guttural to give `holod’. The transliterated word `holodomor’ is entirely consistent to describe the horror of the NKVD-induced famine in Ukraine in the drive toward forced collectivization in the 1930’s.
Damn the Bolsheviks. Damn them unto Hell!! And their living defenders, too!
I love your tag line!
The Ukrainians remember and they are not liking the Russians for it.
I agree. Down with the Stalinists!