So like are we gloss right over the intentional starvation of 3.9 million Ukrainians or does that not fit in your narrative of the romanticism of the Soviet Union.
The kulaks burned half their food because they wanted to resist collectivisation, their resistance was fierce and caused the death of millions across the entire USSR (not just ukraine), but ultimately they were liquidated as a class and agriculture improved since then
The word holodomor is only a recent invention and nazis from ukraine and the former ussr are KNOWN to promote what basically amounts to a double genocide theory which is indisputably a form of holocaust denial
someone got sources for me?
well for a primary source, molotov in his memoir basically says the same thing, but other than that it should be pretty well known that the 1932-33 famine wasnt intentional, and the burden of proof is ofc on the accusers but they havent produced a shred of evidence
i’m just asking because i know nothing and would rather not take a tweet for info
Im p theres plenty bourgeois historians that basically say the same thing, though i cant name them off the top of my head at the moment