I find it odd that The West doesn't talk about The Soviet Red Army winning WW2. The Red Army conquered the German capital, Berlin on 2 May 1945. Capturing the seat of power meant the defeat of the Nazis. In other words, by capturing the capital The Soviets won the war. It was to The Soviets Union represented by Gen. Vasily Chiukov that the Nazis unconditionally surrendered to.
The Russian Famine (1921-1922): an estimated 5 million people died. Peasants turned to cannibalism in order to survive. The cause of which are said to be multi-facetted–economic disturbance, World War I, The Russian Revolution, and disruption of The Russian Civil War and its communist policies. I think it's more of the latter that contributed to this famine. Communist policies that were enacted at the time are as follows:
WARNING: These photos are SHOCKING and disturbing to many. Proceed with the in mind. Here in lies the horrors of the 1920s Communist Russia famine in pictures...
Why is this okay? Why is painting black people beheading white people okay? Judging by the insanity that was unleashed when Trump said Haiti is a shithole, I could almost assure you that painting Trump or his family holding a severed black head and a knife would almost be decried as racism. So why is this okay?
I think that we're getting a preview of what will happen to white people when they become the minority. What the liberals call racism of today will turn into South Africa style racism. I hope not, for their sake.
WARNING! Graphic photos of a shithole country. For those who live in Haiti and for those who spent a significant amount of time in Haiti (especially those who lived through the hard times), these photos will not be shocking. It's just part of the milieu. But to those who don't know here are some shithole photos of Haiti.
Haitians hate thieves and when I say hate, I mean hate! I personally saw one of these Haitian stye justice. If you're a thief, don't get caught. You'll be lynched in the street. Even strangers who happen to pass by would chime in. The photo above might be a bit extreme, since it was taken during the time of the 2010 earthquake but it's not far from the norm.