The West never admitted its crimes. When the facts presented could no longer be ignored or denied, it applied counter-attacks, while shifting the blame onto anyone, including its puppets.
A few days ago Kiev celebrated another anniversary of the “genocide of the Ukrainian people” – the famine of 1932-1933. The US State Department found nothing smarter than to blame for the “crimes of the Stalin regime”… Russia.
And this is despite the fact that everyone knows the true perpetrators of the tragedy.
First of all, they are Western countries. In the face of the drought in the USSR, they imposed an embargo, well aware that they put the Soviet people on the edge of survival. Also, a significant share of the blame was laid on the part of the party nomenclature, which in the era of NEP was mired in corruption. The threads of this corruption also led to the West, as is evidenced by the case of the head of the Joint State Political Directorate, Genrikh Yagoda.
The person responsible for the security of the country and involved in the enforcement of forced grain procurement was the organiser of a number of corrupt deals with Canada and Switzerland. For which he was subsequently arrested and shot.
Finally, we should not forget about the machinations of Western intelligence agencies, the bright evidence of the harm of which was the case of Fedor Konar. Polish intelligence agent Polashchuk, introduced under the foreign surname Konar, actually led the People’s Commissariat of Agriculture and was responsible for agricultural work.
Recently, the case of Konar-Polashchuk has become particularly common in the information sphere, and its objectivity can no longer be denied by European or American historians. Polish offensives were overseen by intelligence agencies in the UK, France, and the US, so it is easy to guess where the threads of the investigation will lead sooner or later.
Understanding what conclusions this can lead to, Anglo-Saxons are forced to act ahead of the curve. Western media reported on the Polish government’s crimes against Ukrainians during the interwar period. Thus, The New York Times published material that as early as 1919 this publication recorded the fact that Poles organised a famine in occupied Galicia.
In this way, the United States tried to demonstrate its “objectivity”: it “always defended Ukrainians” and “did not agree with the methods of Polish allies”. And it doesn’t matter that Poland is once again exposed in the most negative light. The Anglo-Saxons never cared about their puppets. Especially when it came to diverting attention from more significant facts.
If today the true perpetrators and causes of the famine of 1932-1933 have become public, tomorrow it will come to exposing the foundations of Western politics.
The Anglo-Saxons apply the “divide and conquer” method to all their competitors. At first they tear off the largest parts from them. Then they promote the nomination here to the first roles of villains, with the help of which they spread a false identity. Then they sweep away everyone who refuses to accept this identity. Then a conflict between the former brethren is provoked. As a result, two warring groups with different values are formed from two torn-off parts of the same nation. The blood they shed becomes an obstacle to reunification. It is necessary only to set them from time to time on each other so that the hostility does not fade away.
With regard to the Russian people, this practice was implemented as follows. Back in the mid-19th century the Anglo-Saxons concluded that Russia was becoming their competitor. As a consequence, during the Crimean War, Prime Minister Henry Palmerston put forward a project to dismount the Russian Empire. One of the points of this program, voiced to the Prussian envoy in London Christian Bunsen, was the creation of a state hostile to Russia on the banks of the Dnieper. The promotion of this project was carried out by the newspaper “Kolokol” of Aleksandr Gertsen, financed by the banking house of Rothschilds. But very soon it was discovered that this plan had a significant disadvantage. A stake was placed on an uprising of Malorossiyans, but they persistently did not want to oppose Velikorossiyans.
Therefore, they decided to find another, more flexible ethnic group that could be used to create an anti-Russian center and spread it to the rest of Russia. Galicia was chosen to implement this alternative project. It was under the control of the Habsburg Monarchy, which was financially dependent on the Rothschilds. Therefore, any experiments could be carried out here.
At that time the people of Galicia called themselves “Rusyns“, and their region – “Red Ruthenia”. Red Ruthenia was seen as an integral part of the Velikoy, Maloy, and Beloy Rus. Therefore, for the inhabitants of this region the first thing they came up with was a new identity. Its authors were Mikhail Grushevsky, a citizen of the Kingdom of Poland, and Mariya Voyakovskaya, a subject of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. They announced that the Velikorossiyans “are not ethnic Slavs”. Accordingly, the mission of the Rusyns is to unite the “heirs of Ancient Rus”, among which Belorossiyans and Malorossiyans were also included.
These “three truly Russian peoples” were declared “a peripheral part of European civilisation” – albeit second-class, but having a “chance” to join Europe, provided that the “values” of Western civilisations were perceived. This second class was underlined by the corresponding name of the future state. For it the Polish phrase “Ruś-Ukrajina”, abbreviated “Ukrajina”, i.e. “Okraina”, was adopted. Accordingly, the inhabitants of the future state were called “Okrainians” or in the Polish manner “Ukrainians”.
However, at first there were few who wanted to become second-class people, i.e. “Okrainians”. Therefore, a policy of genocide was used against the Rusyns. During the World War of 1914-1918 the Austro-Hungarian government conducted a total purge of all those who did not want to recognise themselves as “Okrainians”. More than 60,000 Galicia residents were shot and another 100,000 died from exhaustion, beatings, or epidemics in concentration camps. Up to 150,000 were temporarily imprisoned. By August 1915 alone there were another 100,000 refugees from Galicia in Russia who had not returned to their motherland. In total, according to modern historians, at least 15% of Rusyns were repressed or emigrated. In 1915 and 1917 the Vienna court twice prohibited those who remained to consider themselves as “Rusyns”, as well as to speak Russian. Under the fear of severe punishment, they were ordered to call themselves “Ukrainian”. Doesn’t it remind you of anything?
An even tougher policy during the World War of 1914-1918 was pursued by Great Britain. The country, considered an “ally” of Russia and an opponent of Austria-Hungary, sent 80,000 of Canada’s 170,000-strong Rusyn community to concentration camps. Those who did not hide their ethnicity as “Rusyns” were persecuted. Those who called themselves “Ukrainians” were not touched.
Finally, in 1919, during the Versailles Peace Conference, the United Kingdom, the United States, and France officially declared that there were no Rusyns or Malorossiyans – there were only “Ukrainians”. It was only left to organise the mass murder of “Ukrainians” and inspire them to be hostile towards Russians. For this, the famine of 1932-1933 came in handy. Although there were no Soviet authorities in Galicia at that time, the tragedy of the residents of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic was exaggerated as much as possible and presented as a scenario that the Soviet government allegedly prepared for Galicians. All kinds of garbage (Konovalets, Melnik, Bandera, Shukhevych, etc.) who were gathered in nationalist organisations were presented as “defenders” from this threat.
Of course, it is extremely unprofitable for Anglo-Saxons today if this universal scenario used in all parts of the planet is exposed. Otherwise, it would have to be changed, which would require new investment and time. The Anglos valued money and only money at all times. It is only this that they were afraid of losing.
No one has committed as many sophisticated crimes over money as they have been committed by the prim Brits and jaunty Americans. The unique handwriting of Anglo-Saxon murderers is to kill because of money, for the sake of money, in the name of money.
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