Tonight we are going to discuss what has come to be called the Holodomor, a word which refers to the Terror Famine in the Ukraine and the genocide against Ukrainians and Germans in Ukraine which was conducted by the Bolsheviks over 12 years in the 1920's and 30's. While this topic is becoming discussed more and more in certain circles, it has not yet managed to pervade the public consciousness, which is a testament of the degree Jewish control over the media where their own claims concerning a holocaust are fervently repeated each and every day. So we do this with the purpose of lending our voice to the ever-growing choir. For this discussion, we are going to use as our primary source an article which ran in the Barnes Review in July of 1996. We will, however, include other materials and we also have plenty of our own comments.
We have only a couple of small disclaimers, however, and that is that the author seems to concede a Jewish holocaust perpetrated by Germany, however that is not truly the case. Also, he offers some quotes from some Jewish sources, as if that gives legitimacy to his assertions. That is fine, but we hope that White Europeans realize that we do not need Jews to learn about Jewish treachery. It seems that self-hating Jews are all too popular in certain White Nationalist circles, and it leads to the mistaken belief that there may actually be some good devils, which is certainly not the case.
The Other Holocaust— The Terror Famine In Ukraine
by Peter J. Lorden
[This article was first published in the July, 1996 edition of The Barnes Review.]
People talk about “the holocaust” as if there had been only one this century, and that one unique in human history. But what of the one inﬂicted by Josef “Stalin” Djugashvili on Ukraine?
Although Ukraine’s holocaust by famine resulted in the deaths of many more people than were ever attributed to Adolf Hitler in the “ofﬁcial” holocaust, and although it happened only a few years earlier, few now living have any perception of it. That’s understandable, as only one “holocaust” is taught in our schools and constantly featured in the media.
Could this be because those media are heavily inﬂuenced by people who have much to gain by promoting one while drawing a blackout curtain across the other? Is it merely by accident that obsessive promotion of the one would be diminished by extensive disclosure of the horrors and dimensions of the other?