Saturday, November 15, 2008

Kyiv uses Stalin-era famine to divide Russia, Ukraine - Medvedev

This type of propaganda being spewed by Russia's so called president, might have had a bigger effect in the 1960's - 1970's. But we are living in a new era Dimitri, with new technologies and a new generation that does not fear you and your war mongers any longer. The truth is out there to behold, but you keep holding the line like a good communist and denying the fact that the communist regime under Joseph Stalin masterminded one of the most heinous crimes in history of mankind, by deliberately planning to starve to death over 10,000,000 people.

The wedge you are talking about was set in motion by your state, which can not come to terms that there no longer exists a Soviet Union. That Ukraine is a free independent country, and is courageous enough to look back into it's history and call a spade a spade. So, while Ukraine and Ukrainians around the world commemorate this tragic event HOLODOMOR, by coming to terms with this sad part of our history, you keep hiding behind your iron curtain and keep lying to your own people about this famine- genocide that was perpetrated by the Soviets, something you did so well before, and continue on with this tradition.

Russia's president has accused Kiev of using the Stalin-era famine to drive a wedge between Ukraine and Russia and urged efforts to forge a common position on the tragedy.

In a letter to Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko released by the Kremlin on Friday, Dmitry Medvedev said Kiev's position meant he could not attend events to commemorate the famine, known as the Holodomor, in Ukraine due later this month.

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Source: news.balita.ph

2 comments:

Vasyl said...

Clearly Medvedev, and the Moscow Patriarchate or the Ukrainian Orthodox Church have different views on this matter. The "Moscow Patriarchate has condemned the artificial famine of 1932-33 in Ukraine as genocide" according to an article in the last issue of the Kyiv Post.

So I guess this is the separation of State and Church that exists in Russia!

Ukemonde said...

Yes Vasyl, I saw this article yesterday. Quite interesting how Russian church is playing this out, with Alexiy's known collaboration with the KGB. Pokutaye za svoyi hrihy?