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    Re: The successes of capitalism in South Korea

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    The Soviet leadership, and Stalin in particular, viewed the Polish prisoners as a "problem" as they might resist being under Soviet rule. Therefore, they decided the prisoners inside the "special camps" were to be shot as "avowed enemies of Soviet authority".”

    The Polish prisoners who had been captured after the Germans had brutally invaded their country certainly would not have expressed sympathy fo4 the Germans—that is some of the most blatant bull**** in your “argument”.
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    Many of the “documents” were concocted after the anti-Soviet coup in 1990. Many of these pieces of paper were exposed as fakes. It’s just that the current Russian government is the heirs of those traitors who destroyed the people-state built with such difficulty. That is why does not hear governmet protests about the Nazi fake, it serves its role - justifying their betrayal.
    Regarding the fact that Stalin saw a problem in Polish prisoners of war, do you know about the Polish army created on Soviet territory? They were dressed, shod and armed with Soviet weapons. Where is the vision of the "problem" here?
    As for the "brutal invasion", you probably do not know that in the process of the Polish-Soviet war of 1920, Poland, using the weakness of Russia due to the civil war, seized the lands of Western Ukraine and Belarus. In 1939, an act of justice occurred. The Red Army entered these territories only after the Polish government fled the country, giving its country to the mercy of the Germans. Or maybe you prefer that the territory returned to the USSR would go to the Nazis? By the way, Neither England, nor France, nor the United States considered the actions of the USSR in relation to Poland as aggression. England and France declared war on Germany over Poland, but not on the USSR. Why would that be? All this crap surfaced during the Cold War as a propaganda weapon against USSR. "Lie as much as possible, something will stick", and in countries, where the press belongs to the capitalists, everything they came up with will stick
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    Re: The successes of capitalism in South Korea

    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo Stalin View Post
    Many of the “documents” were concocted after the anti-Soviet coup in 1990. Many of these pieces of paper were exposed as fakes. It’s just that the current Russian government is the heirs of those traitors who destroyed the people-state built with such difficulty. That is why does not hear governmet protests about the Nazi fake, it serves its role - justifying their betrayal.
    Regarding the fact that Stalin saw a problem in Polish prisoners of war, do you know about the Polish army created on Soviet territory? They were dressed, shod and armed with Soviet weapons. Where is the vision of the "problem" here?
    As for the "brutal invasion", you probably do not know that in the process of the Polish-Soviet war of 1920, Poland, using the weakness of Russia due to the civil war, seized the lands of Western Ukraine and Belarus. In 1939, an act of justice occurred. The Red Army entered these territories only after the Polish government fled the country, giving its country to the mercy of the Germans. Or maybe you prefer that the territory returned to the USSR would go to the Nazis? By the way, Neither England, nor France, nor the United States considered the actions of the USSR in relation to Poland as aggression. England and France declared war on Germany over Poland, but not on the USSR. Why would that be? All this crap surfaced during the Cold War as a propaganda weapon against USSR. "Lie as much as possible, something will stick", and in countries, where the press belongs to the capitalists, everything they came up with will stick
    What a delusional load of crap. Again, it is not Gorbachev’s fault Stalin and his cronies created a system so badly flawed that it was only.a matter of time before it collapsed under its own weight. There is absolutely zero evidence that any of the documentation was “created in the 1990s” by the way.

    The current Russian government is literally run by a former KGB officer. If any of your claims were actually true they would be trumpeting it all over the place. But they aren’t....because your claims are bad jokes.

    Yep, Stalin murdered those he saw as problematic and created a puppet regime out of those he knew he could control.....just like he had done numerous times before.

    “Act of justice” so assisting the Nazis in their invasions is an “act of justice” now?

    England and France declared didn’t declare war on the USSR—although they certainly thought about it and planned for it—because they knew they couldn’t fight both at the same time.

    Stalin was literally a pathological liar who nearly got his own country conquered by the Nazis because he murdered anyone who had a clue what they were doing in the military command to soothe his paranoia and then ignored every warning that gee, the Nazis couldn’t be trusted.

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    Re: The successes of capitalism in South Korea

    Quote Originally Posted by Tigerace117 View Post
    What a delusional load of crap..
    You should read this book inspite rats in academia call him a lier:
    Khrushchev Lied by Grover Furr
    Or at least you can listen. Can do you good:
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    Re: The successes of capitalism in South Korea

    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo Stalin View Post
    You should read this book inspite rats in academia call him a lier:
    Khrushchev Lied by Grover Furr
    Or at least you can listen. Can do you good:
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    Grover Furr is not even remotely credible as a historian, and is a pathological liar to boot. There is zero reason to believe his—and your conspiracy theories, especially considering how they run contrary to literally every piece of historical evidence that’s out there. There is a reason Khrushchev literally launched a major campaign to undo every one of Stalin’s policies possible.

    Furr literally tried to claim the people Stalin had killed to indulge his paranoia were guilty. That alone should tell you how laughably unreliable he is as a source.

    Hell, he didn’t even just defend Stalin, he defended Beria too—and Beria was a sociopathic rapist who abused innumerable people during his time in power. Stalin literally was terrified of the thought of his daughter being alone with him.
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    Re: The successes of capitalism in South Korea

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    Grover Furr is not even remotely credible as a historian, and is a pathological liar to boot. .
    I see... You don't want to learn? you are not able to learn. And I don’t care, is it because you are completely zombified by life-long lying propaganda, or you retell this lie because you are financially interested in maintaining a dirty lie, which, I repeat, basically originated in the Goebbels Ministry of Propaganda, in any case you carry lying nonsense and are incapable see the truth and do not want to see it. Nothing to talk about.
    "They say that Bolshevism is liquidated and buried. Gentlemen grave diggers bury us too early. We are still alive, and the bourgeoisie will repeatedly shake up and tremble from the sounds of our voice "(c) Joseph Stalin, July 1917

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    Re: The successes of capitalism in South Korea

    USSR was bad, Stalin was a monster but as to the thread title
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    Re: The successes of capitalism in South Korea

    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo Stalin View Post
    I see... You don't want to learn? you are not able to learn. And I don’t care, is it because you are completely zombified by life-long lying propaganda, or you retell this lie because you are financially interested in maintaining a dirty lie, which, I repeat, basically originated in the Goebbels Ministry of Propaganda, in any case you carry lying nonsense and are incapable see the truth and do not want to see it. Nothing to talk about.
    The only thing one “learns” from Grover Furr is what utter bull**** Stalinists expect us to believe. Furr literally tried to claim the Moscow show trial victims actually committed the crimes they were accused of. That is a level of dishonesty and downright ignorance far beyond mere stupidity.

    Except it didn’t “originate in Nazi Germany” and there is no actual evidence to support the rather laughably weak claim that it did.

    So in other words you are throwing a tantrum because I’m not buying the bull**** you are spewing. Noted.

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