Monday, November 16, 2009

The Soviet Story

Last week I wrote about communism's murderous nature. Right now I am watching the excellent, and sickening, documentary The Soviet Story which details the communist regime's crimes against its own people. Here is a clip which details why the killing goes hand in hand with communist ideology, and is hardly an accidental byproduct:

The movie, however, is not without its critics, as noted by wikipedia:
A Russian historian with alleged FSB [Russian security service] affiliation, Alexander Dyukov has been the most vocal critic of the documentary. His first reaction on the film was this: "After watching two thirds of the film, I had only one wish: to kill its director and to burn down the Latvian Embassy."
The truth hurts.

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