Tuesday, March 25, 2014

The fall of the Ukraine

Some of us never be-leaved that the Russians ever freed their satellites in fact some of their open statements admitted that their main goal was only to get us to disarm so they could gain the upper hand.
 . My mother was born in the United States but her heritage is Ukrainian; this is a story that was told by her father, my grandfather.
Many farmers decided not to farm their land as it no longer belonged to them under communism.  The communists were determined to have those crops and so resorted to a strategy to call all the people together in “town meetings”.  A huge wooden vat was placed in the town square.  A farmer was then chained to the bottom of that vat and given a tea cup.  The town well then had a pump placed in it and the farmer had to bale water for his life.  He couldn’t keep up with the pump as it filled the vat his splashes and screams were eventually followed by an eerie silence until the water crested and the only sound herd was the splash of the drops as the container began to run over and splatter upon the ground. So the point was well taken.  Others were chosen to go through that same experience that day.  The farmers went back to farm and Stalin said, “I will press the bony hand of the Ukrainians against their own throat.”  They were forbidden to eat anything out of their own fields and 14,000,000 of them starved to death. Guards were placed over the fields and anyone found in the field was shot. Women were boiling the leaves off of trees to feed their children.
  Soon thereafter the above story my grandfather was in a bar. Bars at the time in the Ukrainian did not have the stigma a bar does here they were meeting places friends would gather at the start or the close of the day.
  Jewish people were targeted by the police as often as was possible. On this particular occasion the police came in to the bar and said a crime had been committed and picked a Jewish man and accused him. My grandfather asked, “What time was the crime committed?” When the police responded my grandfather said, “He could not have committed the crime as he was here with us!” Returning home and telling his parents what had happened he was informed, “You are a dead man”. They immediately made preparations to get him out of the country. He must have made it out before the borders were closed. When he got off the boat in America, he got on his hands and knees and kissed the ground.
  Yesterday the Ukrainian soldiers were given the choice to either join the Russians or be kicked out of the country. Some chose to leave but in reality it is most likely that as our sun rose this morning there was none of these men who saw it. It is highly likely they were only useful for a photo shoot like the other propaganda films of the past and now are all dead.
War to the hilt between communism and capitalism is inevitable.  Today, of course we are not strong enough to attack… to win we shall need the element of surprise.  The bourgeois (Term used to refer to free nations or people particularly the U.S.A.) will have to be put to sleep.  So, we shall begin by launching the most spectacular peace movement on record.  There will be electrifying overtures and unheard of concessions. The capitalist countries stupid and decadent, will rejoice to cooperate in their own destruction.  They will leap at another chance to be friends.  As soon as their guard is down we will smash them with our clenched fist.”  (Dimitry Z. Manuilsky, Comment made in the School of Political Warfare in Moscow; later to preside over the U.N. Security Council in 1949, Quote by Cleon Skousen in The Naked Communist, page 208,
   Richard W Norman  

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