The Soviet Story
The Soviet Story is a 2008 documentary film about Soviet Communism and Soviet–German collaboration before 1941 written and directed by Edvīns Šnore and sponsored by the UEN Group in the European Parliament.
The film features interviews with western and Russian historians such as Norman Davies and Boris Sokolov, Russian writer Viktor Suvorov, Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky, members of the European Parliament and the participants, as well as the victims of Soviet terror.
The film argues that there were close philosophical, political and organizational connections between the Nazi and Soviet systems before and during the early stages of World War II. It highlights the Great Purge as well as the Great Famine, Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact, Katyn massacre, Gestapo-NKVD collaboration, Soviet mass deportations and medical experiments in the GULAG.
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What is The Fabian Society?
Here is George Bernard Shaw, the Irish playwright and a co-founder of the London School of Economics, a dedicated Socialist and a charter member of the Fabian Society discussing his true ideology called shavian eugenics.
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Modern liberalism is the polar opposite of the classical sort. American and European Liberals of today are politically aligned with the most murderous of the two wings of socialism, the left, whilst smearing those who oppose all brands of socialism with the purposefully unreferenced "right-wing" label.
Simple and effective.
Not many know that "holocaust" is a happy notion to Marxists. Or that the post-war treaty, signed by FDR, Stalin, et al, simply absolved the Soviets of theirs.
Though not as murderous as today’s eco-socialists, the Soviet socialists were about ten times as murderous as their German socialist comrades, according to "The Black Book of Communism". This video is comprised of excerpts from a harrowing documentary on the topic.