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Sunday, March 6, 2011

Holodomor - Joseph Stalin

Holodomor Facts and History:
The following are a chronology of events that led to the “Holodomor”

1917 - The Bolsheviks, led by Vladimir Lenin take power in Russia.

1922 - The Soviet Union is formed with Ukraine becoming one of the republics.

1924 - After Lenin’s death, Joseph Stalin, one of the worst dictators in human history ascends to power.

1928 - Stalin introduces a program of agricultural collectivization that forces peasants/farmers to give up their private land and livestock, and join state owned, factory-like collective farms. Stalin decides that collective farms would not only feed the industrial workers in the cities but would also provide a substantial amount of grain to be sold abroad, with the money used to finance his industrialization plans.

1929 - A policy of enforcement is applied, using regular troops and secret police. Many Ukrainian peasants/farmers, known for their independence, still refuse to join the collective farms. Stalin decides to “liquidate them as a class” and accuses Ukrainians of “bourgeois nationalism.”

1930 - Hundreds of thousands are expropriated, dragged from their homes, packed into freight trains, and shipped to Siberia where they are left, often without food or shelter. In the end, 1,000,000 Ukrainian peasants are seized and more than 850,000 deported to the frozen tundras of Siberia, where many perished.

1932-1933- The Soviet government increases Ukraine's production quotas by 44%, ensuring that they could not be met. Starvation becomes widespread. Secret decrees are implemented that allow arrest or execution of any starving peasant found taking as little as a few stalks of wheat or a potato from the fields he worked. By decree, discriminatory voucher systems are implemented, and military blockades are erected around Ukrainian villages preventing the transport of food into the villages and the hungry from leaving in search of food. Brigades of young activists from other Soviet regions are brought in to confiscate hidden grain, and eventually all foodstuffs from the peasants’ homes.

Stalin states of Ukraine that “the national question is in essence a rural question” and he and his henchmen determine to “teach a lesson through famine” and ultimately, to deal a “crushing blow” to the backbone of Ukraine, its rural population.

1933 - Ukrainians are dying at the rate of 25,000 a day, more than half were children. In the end, up to 10 million starve to death. Stalin denies to the world that there is any famine in Ukraine, and prevents international aid from entering the country.
In November 1933, the United States, under its new president, Franklin D. Roosevelt, even chose to formally recognized (Uncle Joe) Stalin’s Communist government and also negotiated a sweeping new trade agreement.
Stalin, more evil than Hitler, but America sided with Stalin's socialism and  is now becoming a Socialist Nation itself.


1 comment:

Stephan Frydenlund said...

I feel, Here I sit in Norway tonight, an d just having learned just a little of what This true Son of a Devil.called Josef Stalin
were able to do to the Ukrainian people,- not to say: to the ukrainian nation at large during thsi terible Holodomor! And I can (hardly) believe that his propaganda system has been effective enough to hide the truth about this tragedy for allmost all the worl outside the Ukraine for sucha long time,I can only describe what I am really feeling about this with some of the words from Schevschenko's poem "Son" = The dream, trnaslated in to english, and with just some minor changes in it, to cope with what i probably also would have written about Stalin too,- If Schevschenko would have been alive at the time of this tragedy:
Taras Tschevschenko: "Son"From "Kobzar
With small changes done by me:
" But this is not a weil, it is a flock of white birds, flying above the head of Stalin, and crying out load: "Oh, you wicked,Evil Tyrrant, why did you take away all our harvest from us,leaving us to starvation? We will never depart from you, but remain whit you forever, Oh, you wicked person, On the great day of judgement we will be shure to take away your eyes from you, derby preventing God himself from having to look in to those wicked eveil eyeys of yours,
who took all our bread away from our lovely Ukrainian home"
That's really all that need to be mentioned about this unbelivable tradgedy from a not to distant past
I'm afraid, using some of thw words' from The Ukraine's national poet, whom I greatly enjoy to read-
at any time,Sincerely,Stefan from Norway,