Algirdas Gustaitis
Papildymas ...
Dauguma mano jog II Pasaulinis Karas prasidėjo 1939 metais Vokietijai užpuolus Lenkiją ... . Tai klaidinantis melas ... .

II Pasaulinį Karą ir už jo pradėjimą bei pasekmes tiesiogiai atsakingos yra dvi valstybės. Viena jau nubausta ir dalinai atsiskaičiusi už padarytą žalą - tai Vokietija. Kita tai Rusija (Maskovija) - iki šiol neatsakiusi už vykdytą genocidą, holokaustą, okupaciją ... .

Jūsų dėmesiui pateikiu susitarimo kopiją, kurią remiantis buvo pradėtas II Pasaulinis Karas. Tai sutartis tarp Maskvos ir Berlyno, žinoma kaip Molotovo - Ribentropo paktas. Sutartis buvo pasirašyta Maskvoje ...

II World War started not on 1st of September but on 23 rd. of August in Moscow by signing Molotov (Russia) - Ribentrop (Germany) pact.

Two countries are responsible for WWII: Germany (commendation in Nunberg) and Russia (still on waiting list for crimes against humanity):

Ribentrop-Molotov Pact 23 August 1939

Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov signs the Nazi-Soviet Non-aggression Pact while German Foreign Minister Von Ribbentrop and Soviet leader Stalin look on under a portrait of Lenin, August 23, 1939. News of the Pact stunned the world and paved the way for the beginning of World War Two with Hitler assured the Germans would not have to fight a war on two fronts.

Text of the Nazi-Soviet Pact

The Government of the German Reich and The Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Desirous of strengthening the cause of peace between Germany and the U.S.S.R., and proceeding from the fundamental provisions of the Neutrality Agreement concluded in April, 1926 between Germany and the U.S.S.R., have reached the following Agreement:

Article I. Both High Contracting Parties obligate themselves to desist from any act of violence, any aggressive action, and any attack on each other, either individually or jointly with other Powers.

Article II. Should one of the High Contracting Parties become the object of belligerent action by a third Power, the other High Contracting Party shall in no manner lend its support to this third Power.

Article III. The Governments of the two High Contracting Parties shall in the future maintain continual contact with one another for the purpose of consultation in order to exchange information on problems affecting their common interests.

Article IV. Should disputes or conflicts arise between the High Contracting Parties shall participate in any grouping of Powers whatsoever that is directly or indirectly aimed at the other party.

Article V. Should disputes or conflicts arise between the High Contracting Parties over problems of one kind or another, both parties shall settle these disputes or conflicts exclusively through friendly exchange of opinion or, if necessary, through the establishment of arbitration commissions.

Article VI. The present Treaty is concluded for a period of ten years, with the proviso that, in so far as one of the High Contracting Parties does not advance it one year prior to the expiration of this period, the validity of this Treaty shall automatically be extended for another five years.

Article VII. The present treaty shall be ratified within the shortest possible time. The ratifications shall be exchanged in Berlin. The Agreement shall enter into force as soon as it is signed.

[The section below was not published at the time the above was announced.]

Secret Additional Protocol.

Article I. In the event of a territorial and political rearrangement in the areas belonging to the Baltic States (Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania), the northern boundary of Lithuania shall represent the boundary of the spheres of influence of Germany and U.S.S.R. In this connection the interest of Lithuania in the Vilna area is recognized by each party.

Article II. In the event of a territorial and political rearrangement of the areas belonging to the Polish state, the spheres of influence of Germany and the U.S.S.R. shall be bounded approximately by the line of the rivers Narev, Vistula and San.

The question of whether the interests of both parties make desirable the maintenance of an independent Polish States and how such a state should be bounded can only be definitely determined in the course of further political developments.

In any event both Governments will resolve this question by means of a friendly agreement.

Article III. With regard to Southeastern Europe attention is called by the Soviet side to its interest in Bessarabia. The German side declares its complete political disinteredness in these areas.

Article IV. This protocol shall be treated by both parties as strictly secret.

Moscow, August 23, 1939.

For the Government of the German Reich v. Ribbentrop

Plenipotentiary of the Government of the U.S.S.R. V. Molotov


The ever-shortening hot summer nights meant that the greatest holiday of the Latvian people, St. John’s Day, was not that far off. But in the summer of 1940 the festive mood was marred by terror…

It was only a year since deceitful Bolshevik Russia had turned on its reluctant Baltic allies, cowardly breaking trust and abusing the treaty, which allowed the Reds the use of a few designated military bases in the Baltic States. It was from these bases that the coups d’etat were successfully launched against the legitimate democratic governments of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

Signing of the criminal Molotov-Ribentrop pact, 1939, Moscow - Red and Brown fascists form an unholy alliance ... .

The night on the 14 June 1941 was by no means extraordinary: as usual, the killer-squads of the invaders, aided and abetted by the homegrown communist and plain criminal scoundrels, were going about their usual business of murder, pillage and rape. It was a time for traitors of all kinds to exercise their basest instincts. Soulless piranhas and heartless vampires, they tore the flesh and drank the blood of the countries that gave refuge and nurtured them.

Little did the Latvians know, as they slept, that for many of them, this was to be the last night they would enjoy on this Earth; for in the dreary corridors of the Kremlin, the 14th day of June was planned to be the culmination of the Russian atrocities in that country.

The deportation lists were drawn up with the help of local stooges; it didn’t take much to be ‘honoured’ by being included: all you had to do was to be successful. If you were a businessman, a shopkeeper, a well-to-do farmer, a proud owner of a pharmacy or a bakery, a writer, an officer, or a teacher, your name would have been there. In other words the criminal regime in Moscow desired to remove the genetic elite of the captive nation, to destroy the best and the most able. Tens of thousands of Latvians were roused from their beds that night, herded into the cattle trucks and taken to the Arctic wastes of Siberia for extermination.

The chilling statistics reveal that one third of those deported - the children and the elderly - died en route. Most of the rest died later. The Russo-fascist plan was a simple one – the original populace out, the Russian colonists in.

Possibly, there was also a racist element to these plans – some of the deportees were not killed but dumped among the aboriginal Siberian tribes-people in order to europeanise the territory. The hatred and contempt the Russians, who themselves are part-Asian, feel towards the indigenous Asian minorities of the empire is legendary.

There were other deportation dates, however the 14th June was chosen to be an official day of mourning in Latvia: all the flags are flying at half mast and have an added black ribbon as a sign of remembrance for the one third of the nation lost in WW2.

But was justice served? Was anybody prosecuted for genocide? The answer is no. In Latvia the only known case is that of Vasily Kononov, an ethnic Russian from eastern Latvia, who was accused of murder. The trial was suspended, due to the suspect’s ill-health.

Unsurprisingly, the modern Russian president, ‘a hero of Chechnya’, Vladimir Putin, congratulated the executioner of the Latvians, Kononov, on his release and even sent him a watch for his birthday.


'Under the Soviet Regime'
Written by Rachel and Reuven Rogovin.

The Germans invaded Poland on Friday, September 1,1939. The Blitzkrieg lasted 17 days. On September 17, after Poland's swift defeat, and according to the Molotov-Ribentrop agreement, the Soviets occupied all of the western Ukraine and the western Belarus(ex Lithuania MD) territories that had been part of Poland for over sixteen years. Volozhyn was part of these territories.
Conditions in the town turned out to be vastly different from those under the previous rulers. The new rulers forbade any private commerce. The governors established food cooperatives. Government-owned shops were opened. Self-employed craftsmen and artisans were forced to join professional cooperatives of tailors, shoemakers, and so forth. All Jewish institutions, like the kehilla, the commerce organization, and others were automatically liquidated. Two storehouses, such as Rosenberg's and Bunimovitsh - Rozenshtein's, were nationalized. Some other businesses, like Mr. Gluhovski's pharmacy, shared the same fate. The new "people's authorities" confiscated all factories and sawmills marked by high chimneys, such as Polak's, Perelman-Rapport's, and Shif's (in Yuzefpole, a village near Volozhyn). The owners of the nationalized mills were put in prison and later deported to the Soviet Gulag. Their families (wives and children) were expelled and "resettled" in Siberia. The Volozhyn Eytz Chaim Yeshiva became a restaurant. The synagogues remained open, but the prayers lost their Jewish essence and flavor.


The Ribentrop-Molotov agreement, a secret deal that finally fixed the partition of Poland, was signed in Moscow on August 23, 1939.
The German armies invaded Poland 7 (seven) days later, on September 1, 1939.

The Red Army crossed the Polish borders on September 17th, and occupied (“freed”) without any resistance the East Poland Territory (called East Kresy by the Poles and Western Ukraine and Belarus by the Soviets). Volozhyn was part of Western Belarus.

Hitler attacked the Soviet Union on June 22, 1941.


On September 25, 1939 Stalin proposed to Hitler that the Soviet Union take Lithuania. This was agreed; in exchange the Germans would take large areas of Poland formerly allocated to the Soviet Union, and a bounty of $7,500,000 in gold.

In practice, Stalin started with Estonia, the smallest state with a population of 1,130,000. On September 24th, the Soviets demanded the right to establish naval, military and air bases on Estonian territory. Foreign Minister Karl Selter was informed that Estonian neutrality constituted a danger to the Soviet Union, as the authorities had permitted a Polish submarine to escape from an Estonian port and sink a Soviet steamer near Leningrad (this was a fabrication). Estonia was thus forced to sign a “Treaty of Mutual Assistance”. Either that or face invasion by the Red Army, estimated at that time to be 3,000,000 strong. The Soviet government stationed 25,000 Red Army troops in Estonia at this time.

Latvia, with a population of 1,951,000 was next. On October 5, another Pact of Mutual Assistance was signed and this time 30,000 Red Army troops were stationed in Latvia. The political bureaucrats accompanying the Red Army had a difficult time explaining to the troops how it was that the miracles of communism had left them in poverty, while the Latvians were obviously very prosperous. With Marxist logic, the discrepancy was explained this way:

You see, capitalistic Latvia can afford an abundance of goods in its capitalist owned shops, because the masses, the underpaid and exploited workers, are unable to buy them. On the other hand, the masses in the Soviet Union are so adequately paid that they can afford to go and buy up all available goods. This creates temporary shortages on the home market. Anyone can understand this.

In a similar manner, Lithuania, with a population of 2,575,363, was forced to sign an agreement on October 10th. On October 11, a high ranking N K V D officer gave his signature to:
ORDER NO. 001223

Regarding the procedure for carrying out the deportation of anti-Soviet Elements from Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia.

This document unexpectedly became accessible to historians when it fell into the hands of the Germans when they invaded the Soviet Union in 1941.
It stated that they were to break into designated houses, assembling families in single rooms. Locked doors were to be smashed in and protesting neighbors dispersed. Transported in carts or trucks to the nearest railway station, the prisoners' departure was to be rigorously guarded by NKVD troops. At the station the head of each family was to be skillfully separated from his wife and children, and loaded into a separate truck.

Stalin now turned his attention to Finland. What he did to the Baltic States, he wished to do to Finland. Stalin claimed he just wanted strategic areas for defense purposes, but events in the Baltic States left no doubt that Stalin wanted all of Finland. The Finnish diplomats summoned to Moscow tried to prolong the discussions as long as possible to allow Finland to prepare for war. When the bombs fell on Helsinki, one of the first buildings hit was the Soviet Embassy... .


Terror in the Baltic States

Stalin was still afraid of the power of Britain and France, but on June 14, 1940, Paris fell to the Nazis. On June 17th and 18th, hundreds of thousands of Red Army troops crossed the frontiers and took over the Baltic States.

Between July 14th and July 17th, "elections" were held in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Stalin had so many Baltic Communists killed in purges in 1936 and 1937 that he had trouble finding candidates. However, the Communist majorities were 92.8%, 97.8% and 99.19% respectively. Finally on August 5th, the Supreme Soviet very generously agreed to admit the three republics as constituent members of the U.S.S.R. In this way three independent, prosperous and civilized countries vanished from the map of Europe.

Stalin was now in a position to implement 0 R D E R N 0. 001223. During the first year of Soviet occupation of Estonia more than 60,000 persons were killed or deported (on the night of June 13-14, 1941 more than 10,000 people were removed in a mass deportation). During 1941-1944 the Nazis occupied Estonia.

Before the Soviets returned in 1944, over 60,000 Estonians managed to escape from the country. In 1945-1946 Stalin deported another 20,000 people. On March 24-27, 1949, 70,000 more persons were deported. These were mainly farmers who resisted collectivization.

In Lithuania, on the night of June 14-15, 1941, 30,455 members of the Lithuanian intelligentsia (national guard, civil servants etc.) were deported to Siberia. When the Germans advanced in 1941, Stalin had the approximately 5,000 political prisoners still held in Lithuanian jails executed. When the Nazis took over, approximately 170,000 Jews were exterminated. Before the Soviets returned in 1944, approximately 80,000 Lithuanians managed to escape, but 60,000 were deported to Siberia. In 1945 - 1946 approximately 145,000 Lithuanians were deported. Another 60,O00 were deported in March of 1949 because of collectivization.



During the Winter War the Finns lost 25,000 people by fighting the Soviet Union. If they had given in to the Soviet demands, like the three other Baltic States, the chances are that they would have had over 400,000 people killed. It seems that they made the right decision, and at the same time saved the N K V D officers a lot of work.



The Katyn Massacre

Although Stalin was brutal towards everybody, he seems to have reserved a particular hatred for the peoples of Poland. In a long period of crimes against humanity it is difficult to select one that is any more terrible than the others, but the Crime of Katyn does stand out as one of the worst.

On September 17, 1939, the Soviet Government, in defiance of all pledges and agreements and without previous declaration of war, ordered the Red Army to cross the Polish frontier. At four o'clock in the morning soviet troops, consisting of a considerable number of infantry divisions, several armored brigades and motorized corps with some cavalry formations, invaded Polish territory. At this time, twenty five Polish divisions were still fighting the Germans. Some Polish units resisted the Soviet advance while others welcomed them, thinking that they had come to help them to fight the Germans. Evidence of Soviet aggression comes directly from Soviet sources. In an article written in 1940 for the People's Commissariat for the Defense of the Soviet Union appeared the following:... A year has elapsed since the historic day on which detachments of the Red Army, on orders from the Soviet Government, crossed the frontier. The victories of Grodno and Lwow, the powerful thrust into and smashing of the fortified center at Sarny and the attacks against the enemy at Baranowicze, Dubno, Tarnopol and many other places will be recorded for ever in the annals of the Red Army. The armored troops were like an avalanche advancing irresistibly, supported by aircraft, artillery and motorized infantry ...

It was at this time too that collaboration with the Nazis really began. On September 12, German troops approached the town of Lwow and tried in vain to capture it. An in-effective siege followed and repeated attacks against the town were repulsed. When Soviet troops entered Polish territory and approached Lwow from the other side, they made an agreement with the Germans for joint military action. By September 21, it was clear that any further resistance was useless. In order to save lives and to preserve the town from useless destruction, the Commander surrendered.

The Polish soldiers were promised that if they surrendered they would be allowed to go home, or to Hungary, or to Rumania, but the majority of Polish officers were arrested and deported to the Soviet Union. It was worse in some sectors. There some officers were immediately shot, while others were beaten before being deported. Altogether the Soviets arrest 250,000 Polish soldiers. Then the NKVD moved into Poland. Using their usual methods, an estimated 1,500,000 Poles were deported, and within two years 270,000 were dead.

In western Poland Hitler had given instructions to Himmler that whatever could be found in the shape of an upper class was to be liquidated. By September 8th, the SS was able to boast that they were killing 200 Poles a day, and by the end of September tens of thousands of Poles had been murdered.

Then, the SS and the NKVD started their collaboration. Germany and the Soviet Union had agreed in a treaty of September 28, to combine in suppressing Polish opposition to their joint rule. German Marxists living in Moscow were handed over to the Gestapo. Jews trying to escape from the Germans were shot by the
N K V D.


Even before Lenin had seized power, his program was totalitarian to the core: "All citizens are here transformed into hired employees of the state, which is made up of the armed workers... All that is required is that they should work equally, should regularly do their share of the work, and should receive equal pay." What of those who do not wish to be employees of the state? Or of the more able and skilled who refuse to work for equal pay? Once he was firmly in control, Lenin's program evolved to answer these difficult questions - and his replies were deadly. For example, when the peasants refused to sell food to the state for a pittance, Lenin threatened them with extermination: "These leeches have drunk the blood of toilers, growing richer the more the workers starved in the cities and factories. The vampires have gathered and continue to gather in their hands the lands of landlords, enslaving, time and time again, the poor peasants. Merciless war against these kulaks! Death to them!" Lenin carried out his threat: suppression of peasant uprisings cost an estimated 250,000 peasant lives. This is but one example among many: anyone who failed to obey Lenin courted death. Freedom of speech, freedom to choose one's occupation, freedom of religion, freedom to own property - to Lenin, all were meaningless because they were "bourgeois."

Lenin pioneered the slave labor camp, but Stalin expanded it literally a hundredfold. Under Lenin, the inmates numbered fewer than 100,000. By 1930, they numbered 1,000,000. By 1940, the Gulag Archipelago housed fully 10,000,000 pitiful souls. The death rate was extraordinary: 10-30% per year, for the prisoners performed demanding labor such as mining and timber-cutting with minimal food and clothing in freezing temperatures. The slaves were ruled by an elite of secret police, now known as the NKVD.
















































"Komunistai arba mirties kultūrą" - taip vadinsis šis skyrelis.

Komunizmas... Rusija, Ukraina, Kinija, Etiopija, Afganistanas ... Estija, Latvija ir Lietuva ... kas sieja šias šalis su komunizmu? Kaip sieja? Kiek ilgai viskas truko? Ne apie tai šis skyrelis ... .


Maskoliai, kinai, ispanai sekę Markso, Lenino (Vladimir' Uljanov), Stalino, Mao, Sniečkaus ir kitų "apaštalų" mokymu paliko neišdildomą pėdsaką ne tik savo, bet ir kaimyninių valstybių, tautų istorijoje.  Dauguma sekusiu komunizmo mokymu vykdė ir tebevykdo genocidą, žudę (net ir savo rankomis) kitus žmones, kartais net ištisas tautas iki šiol yra nenuteisti, nepasmerkti ... .


Pateikta foto medžiaga išimtinai skirta komunistų "darbelių" apžvalgai. Tiksliau ją būtų įvardinti kaip mirties anatomiją ... .


Silpnų nervų, turinčių širdies ligas ir t.t. žmones bei jaunimo iki 18 metų prašome nežiūrėti sekančios foto medžiagos (tai liečia ir nėščias moteris). Užteks jog žinote jog - Komunizmas - tai blogis. Už Jūsų dvasinę būklę peržiūrėjus sekančias nuotraukas atsakomybę nešate Jūs pats.


Dar kartą priminsime jei jūs esate silpnos Dvasinės ir Fizinės būklės tuojau pat palikite šį puslapį.

All following photo material is strictly prohibited for person under 18 and contains brutal scenes of death.  If you are under 18 or you are pregnant women please leave this page straight now. For your psychical/mental state after you see following photos we are not responsible.

Mirtis neturi tautybės, bet ji turi žmonės, kurie atsakingi už ją. Nepamirškime jų ir pasistenkime jog teisinės institucijos įvertintų jų darbus ... .

Death doesn't have a nationality, but it has people, that are responsible for it. Never forget them and demand, that their works would be evaluated appropriately.

Lauksime Jūsų pastabų, pamąstymų, rašinių ir pasiūlymų. Už pateiktos medžiagos tikslumą atsakinga ispanų svetainė.


 II dalis 1945-1980 metai

Part II year  1945 -80


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Komunizmo metai (Communism - face of the ideology)
1919 - 1945 metai  Maskovija (Rusija), Ukraina, Kinija, Sibiro tautelės, Lenkija, Ukraina, Latvija, Estija, Lietuva ... .

Incredibly, the crimes of Communism have yet to receive a fair and just assessment from both historical and moral viewpoints. This web site attempts to study Communism with a focus on its criminal dimensions, in both the central regions of Communist rule and the farthest reaches of the globe. Some will say that most of these crimes were actions conducted in accordance with a system of law that was enforced by the regimes' official institutions, which were recognized internationally and whose heads of state continued to be welcomed with open arms. But was this not the case with Nazism as well? The crimes we shall expose are to be judged not by the standards of Communist regimes, but by the unwritten code of the natural laws of humanity.

Russian (under communists) top official Zinoviev stated: "Without mercy, without sparing, we will kill our enemies in scores of hundreds. Let them be thousands; let them drown themselves in their own blood. For the blood of Lenin and Uritzky, Zinoviev and Vólodarsky, let there be floods of the blood of the bourgeoisie-more blood! As much as possible!" (Krasnaya Gazeta, Sept. 1, 1918?).

Peterburgo (Leningrado) - badmetis. Kanibalizmo atvejai tarp badaujančių miestiečių. Tuo metu komunistų partijos (žvėrių) nariai keldavo puotas ir gyveno sotų gyvenimą.


St. Petersburg - during famine (1917-1919) members of communist party vhere living satisfying life while ... cannibalism was form of surviving for normal citizens....

Orša 1918 m. - Rusijos bolševikų viešai nukankintas žmogus (prieš tai iškastruotas ir nukirsdintas).


Orsha, 1918. Members of communist party tortured, kastrate … it was butchery… every day since 1917 … .

1919 metais Rusijos Bolševikai (Maskoliai) užėmė nepriklausomos Ukrainos sostinę Kijevą žiauriai nužudė tūkstančius nekaltų žmonių.

1919 Kiev. Ukraine. Massacre by Russian bolsheviks.

Estija. 1919 metai. Rusijos Raudonoji Armija įsiveržusi žudė ir kankino ... .

Estonia. 1919. During invasion to Estonia Russian Red Army tortured and butchered Estonians and Czarist Russian citizens.

Garsus Vengijos komunistas Bela Kuhn įsiamžino "darbo" vietoje su eiline komunizmo auka ... lupdamas odą. Vengrija 1919 metai.


Hungary 1919. Famous Hungarian communist Bela Kuhn and his comrades flayed (skinned alive) dozens of political 'enemies' of communism.


Vengrijos komunistai revoliuciją pradėjo  skersdami nepritariančius dialektiniam materializmui (Marksizmui).


Hungarian communist revolution of 1919. Torturing and murdering was everyday practise of communism lovers.

"...The children saw us, and, some with fright, some with interest, all scrambled to their feet, although many of them fell again, and, too weak to get up, stayed sitting on the ground where they fell. Ercole photographed them as they were. Then he picked four little boys and photographed these alone. Wishing to reward them, he gave them some chocolate before the woman looking after them had time to stop him. "You must not do it," she said; "they are too hungry." But it was already too late. All of them who had strength to move were on top of each other, fighting for the scraps of chocolate like little animals, with small, weak, animal cries."  Arthur Ransome - Reporter for The Guardian newspaper in London
Tuesday October 11, 1921

Pavolgio badas 1921 - 1922 metai. Maskolijos komunistams atėmus ("išbuožinus") Pavolgio valstiečių rugių/mėsos atsargas, bado mirtimi mirė daugiau nei 7.000.000 (septyni milijonai žmonių). Maistas buvo išsiustas Maskvon ir Peterburgan bei sunaudotas Rusijos Raudonosios Armijos reikmėms.


Russian famine of 1921, which began in the early spring of that year, and lasted through 1922. Food and grain was confiscated by Red Army and communist party members to supply St. Petersburg and Moscow shops, while peasants (mainly Volga and Ukraine steps) where left to die from starvation.


1921 - 1922 metų Rusijos komunistų sukeltas Pavolgio badas - septyni milijonai žuvusių. Dauguma jų tai vaikai, moterys, seneliai - mirusių ukrainiečių vieton buvo atkelti rusai ... .


Victims of the 1921-1923 famine. Famine was result of communist party represions and marxist teaching. Link 1, Link 2, Link 3


"Everyone was dying of hunger - the young, the old, everyone."

"That's where my four children died. 'Look, said a doctor, 'the children are dead, yet they walk as if they were alive. They are dead, yet still they move.' A day or two later they too died. Every one."

 1921 - 1922 metai iš bado mirę vaikai ... nusikaltėliai iš Maskvos atsakingi už badmetį iki šiol nėra nubausti... .

No one is still responsible or jailed for communist crimes (and teaching) against humanity.

1921 - 1922 metai. Maskolių sukelto badmečio metu tėvai paskutinį kąsnelį atiduodavo vaikams ... našlaičiai netekę mamos, tėčio, senelių ... .

1921 - 1922 parents of this kids have left the last piece of the bread to their children ... instead  choosing by self death from starvation.

1929 metai. "Kulakų" - "buožių" žudymai buvo kasdienybė ... viso 1918 - 1929 metais komunistai  nužudė 10 - 15 milijonų ( 10 000 000 - 15 000 000)  žmonių arba jų terminologija "buožių" (neskaitant mirusių bado mirtimi).


These relatively prosperous and independent peasants were called kulaks. They were regarded as capitalists within a Communist State. They resisted strongly against collectivization of their holdings. And communists used sterner, more brutal measures. Whole villages were compelled, by force of arms, to accept the collectivization of their holdings. Some 2 million kulaks with their families – perhaps 8 million people altogether – were driven from their homes; some were killed as they were being expelled; many starved to death; and many more were driven into Siberia.

1918 - 1929 communists killed about 10 000 000 - 15 000 000 people who resisted (excluding who died from starvation, etc.).

Link 1, link 2

1932 - 1934 metai. Ukrainoje dirbtinai sukelto badmečio metu bado mirtimi vėl miršta apie 6 - 7  milijonai žmonių ( 6.000.000 - 8.000.000)... nusikaltėliai iš Maskvos lieka nenubausti iki nūdien ... .


Famine in Ukraine 1932-1934.

Still no one is responsible and sentenced for this crime against humanity.


Holodomor. Link 1, Link 2, Link 3

1932 - 1934 metai. Badmetis Ukrainoje ( 6.000.000 - 8.000.000 žuvusių)... nusikaltėliai iš Maskvos lieka nenubausti iki šiandien ... .


Victor Kravchenko"Harvest in Hell":

"What I saw that morning ... was inexpressibly horrible. On a battlefield men die quickly, they fight back ... Here I saw people dying in solitude by slow degrees, dying hideously, without the excuse of sacrifice for a cause. They had been trapped and left to starve, each in his own home, by a political decision made in a far-off capital around conference and banquet tables. There was not even the consolation of inevitability to relieve the horror.

"The most terrifying sights were the little children with skeleton limbs dangling from balloon-like abdomens. Starvation had wiped every trace of youth from their faces, turning them into tortured gargoyles; only in their eyes still lingered the reminder of childhood. Everywhere we found men and women lying prone (weak from hunger), their faces and bellies bloated, their eyes utterly expressionless."

1932 - 1934 metai. Badmetis Ukrainoje ( 6.000.000 - 7.000.000 žuvusių)... nusikaltėliai iš Maskvos lieka nenubausti iki šiandien ... ..


"Villages were surrounded and laid waste, set to the torch, attacked by tanks and artillery and bombs from the air. A Secret Police Colonel, almost sobbing, told the writer Isaac Deutscher:

"I am an old Bolshevik. I worked in the underground against the Tsar and then I fought in the civil war. Did I do all that in order that I should now surround villages with machine-guns and order my men to fire indiscriminately into crowds of peasants? Oh no, no!"

One Moscow agent, mighty Hatayevich, in reprimanding Comrade Victor Kravchenko, one of 100,000 men "selected by the Central Committee of the Party" to help in Collectivization said:

"... I'm not sure that you understand what has been happening. A ruthless struggle is going on between the peasantry and our regime. It's a struggle to the death. This year (1933) was a test of our strength and their endurance. It took a famine to show them who is master here. It has cost millions of lives, but the collective farm system is here to stay, We've won the war."

Hatayevich, Secretary of the Regional Committee of the Dnipropetrovsk Communist Party and one of the foremost Communist in the Ukrainian SSR reveals here that the famine was intentional, that it took millions of lives, and that he considered it a "war" against the Ukrainian farmers.

1932 - 1934 metai. Badmetis Ukrainoje ( 6.000.000 - 8.000.000 žuvusių)...  mirusių vieton atkeliami rusai ... nusikaltėliai iš Maskvos lieka nenubausti iki šiandien ... .


In 1933 Vasily Grossman, a Soviet writer recorded:

"When the snow melted true starvation began. People had swollen faces and legs and stomachs. They could not contain their urine...And now they ate anything at all. They caught mice, rats, sparrows, ants, earthworms. They ground up bones into flour, and did the same thing with leather and shoe soles; they cut up old skins and furs to make noodles of a kind and they cooked glue. And when the grass came up, they began to dig up the roots and ate the leaves and the buds, they used everything there was; dandelions, and burdocks and bluebells and willowroot, and sedums and nettles..."

The authorities responded by distributing posters that read:


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1937 metai. Pilietinis karas Ispanijoje. Komunistinės internacionalinės brigados nariai su savo priešais elgdavosi žiauriai ... nusikaltėliai žmogiškumui iki šiol lieka nenubausti.


1937. The Spanish Civil War has been called the most lied about event of the 20th Century. Loyalists (inter socialists) sought to establish a Stalinist state in Spain, not a "democracy".

The Communists slaughtered 6,549 Spanish priests, 283 nuns and 13 bishops. "In Ciudad Real in the center of Spain, the bishop and every single priest of the diocese were murdered; not one escaped." Dr. Warren H. Carroll, 70 Years of the Communist Revolution, pp. 184-185, 188-189. (Also cf. Justo Perez de Urbel, Catholic Martyrs of the Spanish Civil War [Kansas City, Missouri: The Angelus Press, 1993).


1941 metai. Okupavę Lietuvos Respubliką Rusijos komunistai žiauriai žudydavo Lietuvos piliečius. 1940 - 1941 Lietuvoje Rusijos okupantai nužudė apie 35000 Lietuvos Respublikos piliečių, daugiau nei 100 000 buvo ištremta į Sibirą ... .

Žudymuose ir kankinimuose dalyvavę Rusijos ir Lietuvos Komunistų partijos nariai (A. Sniečkus, Z. Angarietis, J. Paleckis ir t.t.) nenuteisti ir nepasmerkti iki šios dienos ... . Gėda broliai Lietuviai ... gėda ir skaudu ... .

Lithuania 1941. Kaunas district Pravieniskes. More than 100 000 Lithuanian citizens where sentenced (nearly all of them dead in labour camps/concentration camps) to Siberia. In 1940 - 1941 communists from Moscow and local collaborators killed and butchered about 35 000 citizens of Lithuania.  

1941 metai. Latvija, Ryga - nekaltus, savo Tėvynę mylinčius žmonės Rusijos komunistai šaudydavo šimtais. Tokį vaizdą GPU rūsyje Rygoje pamatė Latvijos gyventojai 1941 metais ... . Nusikaltėliai iš Maskvos ir priklausę Latvijos bei Rusijos komunistų partijoms išlieka nenuteisti iki šiai dienai ... .


1941 Latvia, Riga GPU building. Mass butchery. Communists retreating to Russia killed all prisoners, mainly educated people who resisted communist regime in Latvia. Still no one responsible for this crimes.

1940 - 1941 metais Lietuvoje Rusijos okupantai nužudė apie 35000 Lietuvos Respublikos piliečių, daugiau nei 100 000 buvo ištremta į Sibirą ... . Žudymuose ir kankinimuose dalyvavę Rusijos ir Lietuvos Komunistų partijos nariai (Sniečkus, Angarietis, J. Paleckis ir t.t.) nenuteisti ir nepasmerkti iki šios dienos ... . Gėda broliai Lietuviai ... gėda ir skaudu ... .


1941 Lithuania. Rainiai. Communists had butchered any person who they thought may resist Marxist teaching. Still no one is responsible or sentenced for crimes against humanity.

1941 metai Latvijos Respublika. Mokyklos direktorius Arnolds Cuibe buvo sadistiškai nužudytas Rusijos Komunistų ... nusikaltėliai iš Maskvos nenubausti iki šiol ... .


1941 Latvia. Soviet occupation. School director A. Cuibe sadistically butchered just for believe in independent Latvian Republic.

1940 metai Katynės (Chatyn, Katyn) žudynės (skerdynės). Lenkijos Respubliką okupavę Maskovijos(Rusijos) komunistai Katynės miške nužudė daugiau nei 20 000 - 27 000 jiems pasidavusių Lenkijos Respublikos kariškių. Šį faktą Maskva pripažino tik apie 1990 metus ... . Nusikaltėliai iš Maskvos iki šiol nenubausti ir nenustatyti ... .


1940 Russia. The Katyń massacre in the forest near the village of Gnezdovo, a short distance from Smolensk. Was a mass execution of 25 000 - 27 000 Polish citizens by the Soviet Union.

1940 metai. Katynė. Atkasta buvo apie 4500 sušaudytų Lenkijos kariškių. Katynės miškelyje buvo sušaudyta apie 25000  - 27 000 rusams pasidavusių Lenkijos kareivių ir karininkų.


Just in 1990 Mikhail Gorbachev admitted that the NKVD had executed the Poles, and confirmed two other burial sites similar to the site at Katyń: Mednoje and Pyatikhatki. Still no one is responsible for this execution of Polish PWO's.

1943 metai, Liepa. Vinica (Vinitsa), Ukraina. 1937 - 1939 metais Rusijos komunistų aukos buvo atkastos atpažinimui. Masinės žiauriai nužudytų žmonių kapavietės rastos Žitimor'e (Zhitimor), Kamenets - Podolsky'e. Akistata su nužudytais artimaisiais ... Vinicoje buvo rasta apie 15 000 nužudytų paprastų darbininkų, valstiečių, mokytojų. Nusikaltėliai iš Maskolijos nenubausti iki šiol ... .


1937 - 1939 NKVD (the terror tool of Communist party) prison in the city of Vinnitsa. This prison had a normal capacity of 2,000 prisoners, but during 1937 and 1938 it was packed most of the time with more than 18,000 prisoners. Throughout much of 1938 a few dozen prisoners were taken from the prison each night and driven to a nearby NKVD motor pool area. There their hands were tied behind their backs and they were led, one at a time, a few hundred feet to a concrete slab in front of a garage. The slab was used for washing vehicles, and it had a drain at one side with an iron grating over it. Just as the prisoners reached the edge of the slab they were shot in the back of the neck, so that when they fell onto the concrete their blood would run into the drain.

All prisoners where civilians, most of them Ukrainian farmers or workers. The bodies of the men all had their hands tied behind their backs... . All executors where under protection of Soviet Union and now under protection of Russia ... . When will be time for justice?

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1945 metai. Prūsija - Mažoji Lietuva, Nemmersdorf'as šalia Gumbinės (dabar Cerniachovsk'as). Prūsijon įsiveržusiems  Raudonosios Armijos kariams Maskvos valdžia davė įsakymą žudyti visus gyventojus (tai truko apie 2-3 ... ). Sadistiškai nukankinti ir nužudyti buvo kelių aplinkinių miestelių gyventojai (dauguma jų Mažalietuviai)... . Nemmersdorfo miestelyje buvo likę apie 100 senelių, moterų ir vaikų - nei vieno nebuvo pasigailėta ... lengviausia mirtimi mirė viena močiutė nepajėgianti pasikelti iš lovos ... ji buvo žiauriai išprievartauta ir sukapota kirviu ... dauguma žuvusių buvo prikalta kryžiumi prie vartų ...  žiauriai kankinami ... prievartaujami ... net vyrai ... kankinami ... iki trūkdavo širdis ... vaikai buvo daužomi galvomis i tvoras, sienas ... pasislėpę pakelėse buvo traiškomi tankais ... . Liko gyva tik viena šių įvykių liudytoja ... .

Nusikaltėliai iš Maskvos iki šiol neįvardinti ir nenuteisti ... Dievo teismas Maskolijos komunistams bus teisingausias ... .


1944 Nemmersdorf in East-Prussia.

When Nemmersdorf was recaptured (by Germans) from Soviet Red Army before Christmas of 1944, there was more than ample evidence of the bestiality of the Soviets. They had nailed, in crucified fashion, innocent children and women to barn-doors and the like, had ripped their guts out and evidently had committed all kinds of other atrocities, had not only raped but had committed bestial acts of sodomy on all of the victims. The peasant male inhabitants of that tiny village in particular had received most cruel, unspeakable treatment from the Soviets, none of them had survived, and as to children and infants, they had their heads smashed in against brick walls, etc.

In a leaflet addressed to Soviet troops communist party members wrote: "...the Germans are not human beings...nothing gives us so much joy as German corpses." (Anatol Goldberg, Ilya Ehrenburg, p. 197). 'Soldiers of the Red Army! Kill the Germans! Kill all Germans! Kill! Kill! Kill!" (Christopher Duffy, Red Storm on the Reich).

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1945 metai. Buzuluck'as, Kazachstanas (?), Lenkijos piliečiai koncentracijos/darbo stovykloje. Komunistų įsteigtose koncentracijos stovyklose buvo laikomi ir vaikai (Vokietijos fašistai tik sekė Rusijos komunistų pramintais takais ... ).

1945 Soviet Concentration camp for kids. Polish skeleton-like children from Buzuluk camp. They are really Polish children. Buzuluk is in one of the Soviet Asian republics (Kazakhstan?). In Buzuluk were kept many children of Poles murdered or imprisoned by Soviets. Some of them were saved by Indian Maharaja of Gu-Jarat who declared them their own children and organised their transportation to India. About 1000 of children were saved that way.

1945 metai. Buzuluck'as, Kazachstanas (?). Rusijos komunistų koncentracijos stovyklose badu mirdavo tūkstančiai ... .


1945 Buzuluck, Concentration camp in Kazakhstan.


Communists created the largest concentration camps and the most horrendous slave labour system of the 20th century, in which millions of gentiles and Christians were slaughtered (on the size of the Gulag concentration camp system cf. C. Andrew and O. Gordievsky, KGB: The Inside Story and N.Y. Times, Oct. 22, 1990, p. 82. None of these camps are being preserved for posterity. Most were destroyed long ago by special military brigades; cf. Michael Specter, "Cold Reminder," N.Y. Times, Dec. 3, 1994).


"The Gulag (Concentration Camps) had antecedents in Czarist Russia, in the forced-labour brigades that operated in Siberia from the seventeenth century to the beginning of the twentieth. By 1921, there were already eighty-four camps in forty-three Russian provinces, mostly designed to "rehabilitate" these first enemies of the people." A. Appelbaum


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NKVD - komunistų partijos represinio padalinio aukos.

NKVD - the communist party institution to deal with their opponents.

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Žudikus iš Rusijos Maskvos valdžia dangsto iki nūdien ... .

Karas Čečėnijoje, Sibiro tautelių genocidas tęsiasi ir toliau ... .


Russian, Chinese, etc. governments still hiding criminals against humanity ... and it's happening in most democratic XXI century AD ... Communism as ideology not condemned, not analysed properly (as nazism) ... no one is really care about must brutal system in mankind history ... .

Just words, promises and hope ... .


"The need for international condemnation of crimes of communism is very important, not only to condemn crimes in the past, but also utterly important to continuously condemn the ongoing crimes in the communist countries, still at large.

So far, neither the Council of Europe nor any other international intergovernmental organization has undertaken the task of general evaluation of communist rules, serious discussion on the crimes committed in their name, and their public condemnation.


Furthermore, many politicians still active today have supported, in one way or another, former communist regimes. For obvious reasons they would prefer not to deal with the question of responsibility. In many European countries there are communist parties which have not formally condemned the crimes of communism. Last but not least, different elements of communist ideology such as equality or social justice still seduce many politicians.


The communist rules have been characterized by the massive violation of human rights since the very beginning. In order to achieve and maintain power, the communist regimes have gone beyond individual assassinations and local massacres, and have integrated crime into the ruling system. It is true that several years after the establishment of the regime in most European countries, and after tens of years in the Soviet Union and China, terror has lost a lot of its initial vigor, and the violation of human rights have become less flagrant. However, “memory of terror” played an important role in societies, and the potential threat substituted real atrocities. Furthermore, if need arose, the regimes have resorted to terror as illustrated by Czechoslovakia in 1968, Poland in 1971, 1976 and 1981, China in 1989. This rule applies to all historic and present communist regimes irrespective of the country." Mr Göran Lindblad, member of the Swedish Parliament


O, tu - Lietuvi ... mylėk savo Tėvynę, gydyk žaizdas kurias padarė tiek Maskvos, tiek vietinės nusikaltėliškos komunistų (žvėrių) partijos nariai (dauguma jų nenubausti ir gyvi iki šiol) ... . Nepamiršk kas nutiko mūsų protėviams, seneliams, tėvams ... nepamiršk kas nutiko mūsų kaimynams ... papasakok tai savo vaikams, primink ir kitiems ...  tačiau sugebėk atleisti, atrask jėgų atleidimui ... juk kuriame ne pykčio, o meilės ir teisingumo Lietuvą ... o galvijus iš komunistų partijos nubaus Dievas ... . Palikime Dievui tai kas Dievo, o jo yra bausmė ... ir užsiimkime tai kai mūsų, o mūsų  - Lietuva. Dievo veikimą pamatysite netrukus ... tik patikėkite jam Teismą ... . Vienok teisingumo ir ramybės dėlei už Ženevos Konvencijos susitarimų pažeidimą, Okupaciją, Genocidą ir Holokaustą komunistų vykdytą daugiau nei 40 metų turėtumėme paduoti Maskvą į Hagos tribunolą ... tad jei tai skaitys politikas, lai jis susimąsto, gal jis ir yra tas, kuris pradės šį procesą ... .

O mes, broliai ir sesės Lietuviai, kibkime į darbą ir gydydami savo post okupacines žaizdas - gydykime Lietuvą, kurdami ją tokią kokią ją matė - žemaitis Erdvilas , prūsas Herkus Mantas, LDK Gediminas, LDK Vytautas, Lenkijos - Lietuvos Respublikos karvedys T. Kosciuška, istorikai Simonas Daukantas ir Jonas Basanavičius, tokią kokią Ją matai - TU... .

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II dalis 1945-1980 metai.

Part II 1940 -1980

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Žudikus iš Rusijos Maskvos valdžia dangsto iki nūdien ...

Karas Čečėnijoj, Sibiro tautelių genocidas tęsiasi ir toliau ... .

Visgi, tu - Lietuvi ... mylėk savo Tėvynę, gydyk žaizdas kurias padarė tiek Maskvos, tiek vietinės nusikaltėliškos komunistų (žvėrių) partijos nariai (dauguma jų nenubausti ir gyvi iki šiol) ... . Nepamiršk kas nutiko mūsų protėviams, seneliams, tėvams ... nepamiršk kas nutiko mūsų kaimynams ... papasakok tai savo vaikams, primink ir kitiems ...  tačiau sugebėk atleisti, atrask jėgų atleidimui ... juk kuriame ne pykčio, o meilės ir teisingumo Lietuvą ... o galvijus iš komunistų partijos nubaus Dievas ... . Palikime Dievui tai kas Dievo, o Jo yr rūsti bausmė ... ir užsiimkime tai kai mūsų, o mūsų  - Lietuva. Dievo veikimą pamatysite netrukus ... tik patikėkite jam Teismą ... . Vienok teisingumo ir ramybės dėlei už Ženevos Konvenvencijos susitarimų pažeidimą, Okupaciją, Genocidą ir Holokaustą komunistų vykdytą daugiau nei 40 metų turėtumėme paduoti Maskvą į Haagos tribunolą ... tad jei tai skaitys politikas, lai jis susimąsto, gal jis ir yra tas kuris išjudins šį procesą iš mirties taško ... .

O mes, broliai ir sesės Lietuviai, kibkime į darbą ir gydydami savo post okupacines žaizdas/sindromus - gydykime Lietuvą, kurdami ją tokią kokią Ją matė - žemaitis Erdvilas , prūsas Herkus Mantas, LDK Gediminas, LDK Vytautas, Lenkijos - Lietuvos Respublikos karvedys T. Kosčiuška, istorikai Simonas Daukantas ir Jonas Basanavičius, tokią kokią Ją matai - TU... .

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Įvairiais skaičiavimais, nusikaltimų žmoniškumui ir genocido aukomis tik per XX a. vien komunistinių režimų valdomose šalyse (SSRS, Kinija, Kambodža, Etiopija, Vietnamas, Afganistanas ir t.t.) tapo apie 100 mln. žmonių. 1939 - 1945 m. Hitlerinė Vokietija sunaikino apie 25 mln. Vokietijos ir okupuotų kraštų gyventojų (iš jų - 5,7 mln. žydų). Tai, be abejo, tik patys baisiausi pavyzdžiai. Tačiau, kad ir kaip kraupiai atrodytų šie skaičiai, dar pavojingiau yra tai, kad nusikaltimai žmoniškumui vienoje šalyje dažnai vykdomi tyliai stebint kitoms šalims, kurios, atrodytų, ne tik deklaruoja, bet ir iš tiesų įgyvendina demokratijos bei žmogaus teisių gerbimo principus. Paskutinio dešimtmečio įvykiai buvusioje Jugoslavijoje ir Ruandoje atskleidė ir dar vieną nemalonią tiesą: nusikaltimai žmoniškumui gali prasidėti taip staiga ir vykti taip intensyviai, kad net aktyvus įsikišimas gali būti jau pavėluotas. Tikriausiai todėl, prasidėjus Kosovo krizei, NATO, atsiminus netolimos istorijos pamokas, ėmė veikti taip greitai. Tačiau naivu būtų manyti, kad nusikaltimai žmoniškumui ir genocidas - tik XX a. bruožas. Europos civilizacijos nuo XV a. kolonizuodamos didžiąją dalį pasaulio, negailestingai naikino vietinius gyventojus, bet tik XX a. buvo naikinama sistemingai, masiškai ir efektyviai, įtraukiant technologines naujoves, išvystytas komunikacijas ir kt.
Lietuva irgi buvo negailestingai paliesta šių nusikaltimų. Dar kryžiuočių ordino vykdytą LDK pasienio gyventojų naikinimo politiką prof. E. Gudavičius vadina „pasienio genocidu". 1795, 1831 ir 1864 m. carinės Rusijos vykdyti sukilimų malšinimai ir civilių gyventojų trėmimai taip pat laikytini nusikaltimais žmoniškumui. Tačiau didžiausio masto naikinimai ir represijos Lietuvą užklupo per fašistinę (1941 - 1944 m.) ir sovietines okupacijas (1940 - 1941, 1944 - 1990 m.). Vien per 1941 m. birželio 14-osios didįjį trėmimą į neišgyvenamas sąlygas buvo ištremta daugiau kaip 18 tūkst. žmonių. Hitlerinės Vokietijos okupacijos metais sunaikinta 136,5 tūkst. Lietuvos žydų (apie 85 proc. visų žydų, gyvenusių Lietuvoje). Per abi sovietines okupacijas Lietuva neteko apie 791,5 tūkst. žmonių, iš jų Lietuvoje žuvo 21,5 tūkst., išvežta į tremtį ir lagerius ir ten žuvo 275,697 tūkst. Vargu ar Lietuvoje yra žmonių, kurių giminės nebūtų nukentėję nuo nusikaltimų žmoniškumui.
Jei dėl šių nusikaltimų daromos žalos ir keliamo pavojaus abejonių nekyla, tai juos padariusių nusikaltėlių baudimas kelia labai daug problemų. Nors tarptautinėje ir daugelio valstybių nacionalinėje teisėje atsakomybė už šiuos nusikaltimus yra numatyta, atpildo sulaukė labai nedaug nusikaltėlių. Niurnbergo procesas, nuteisęs vienuolika didžiųjų Hitlerinės Vokietijos nusikaltėlių, buvo, deja, išimtis.


Taigi, mūsų duomenimis, iš viso nuo 1941 iki 1953 metų ištremta 127 tūkstančiai asmenų. Kalinių – suimtų ir lageriuose įkalintų – buvo 148 tūkstančiai. Žuvo partizanų – 21,5 tūkst. Tremtyje nuo baisių sąlygų žuvo 28 tūkst. asmenų.
Įdomus lietuvių tremtinių palyginimas su visos SSRS tremtiniais. Pavyzdžiui, 1948 metais lietuviai tremtiniai sudarė 49,2 proc. visų Sovietų Sąjungos tremtinių. Tarp 1949-aisiais ištremtųjų lietuvių buvo 15 proc., 1951 metais – vėl 46 proc. Tarp kitko, trėmimai vyko tik vadinamosiose nacionalinėse respublikose: trėmė čečėnus, ingušus, Krymo totorius, baltijiečius, tuo tarpu Rusijoje dominavo areštai - rusus nuo dvylikos metų daugiausia grūdo į lagerius. Per visą pokario laikotarpį lietuviai tremtiniai sudarė 16 proc. visų ištremtųjų SSRS.


Rusijos Dūma priėmė rezoliuciją, kuri skirta „Pabaltijo išvadavimo 60-mečiui“. Dokumente teigiama: „Baltijos šalys turi būti dėkingos Rusijai už tai, kad Raudonoji Armija išvadavo jas iš fašizmo“.
Mes neturėtume žemintis ir nuolat prašinėti Rusijos, kad ji pripažintų Baltijos šalių užgrobimą neteisėtu. Reikėtų tik, kaip ne kartą skelbė mūsų užsienio reikalų ministras Antanas Valionis, adekvačiai reaguoti į kiekvieną Rusijos išpuolį. Po tos Dūmos priimtos rezoliucijos apie „Pabaltijo išvadavimo 60-metį“ reikėjo įteikti Rusijai notą, kurioje buvo galima įrašyti visą Lietuvos ir Rusijos 1991 metų sutarties preambulę.
Joje pati Rusija pripažino Lietuvos aneksiją neteisėta ir įsipareigojo panaikinti tos aneksijos padarinius. Notoje reikėtų klausti: ar Rusija tebėra teisinė valstybė, kodėl jos dabartiniai teiginiai prieštarauja jos pačios pasirašytai sutarčiai? Deja, mūsų užsienio reikalų ministras tik skelbia, kad reikia reaguoti adekvačiai, bet nereaguoja.

Mūsų misija dabar - priminti tingiam pragmatiškam pasauliui, kad Antrasis pasaulinis karas prasidėjo slaptu Stalino ir Hitlerio (komunizmo ir fašizmo) sąmokslu. Sovietų sąjunga pradėjo karą visai ne kovodama prieš fašizmą, o užpuldama Lenkiją ir Suomiją, okupuodama Baltijos šalis ir, pasak V.Landsbergio, „pusantrų metų rėmė nacių siautėjimą Vakarų Europoje“.
Reikia pasauliui priminti ir Sibiro lagerius, tremtį, kur buvo sunaikinti okupuotų Baltijos šalių žmonės. Reikia priminti ir komunizmo padarinius visai Rytų ir Vidurio Europai su rusiškais tankais Budapešto, Prahos, Varšuvos gatvėse. Kol tie tankai galutinai buvo įveikti Vilniuje 1991 m. Sausio 13-ąją.
Ar supras mus pasaulis, jei paskelbsime panašų pareiškimą? Žinoma. Juk turime ir rėmėjų - 100 europarlamentarų pasirašė laišką, perspėjimą, kaip pavojinga mandagiai pritarti Vidurio Europos užkariautojams.
Ką laimėsime, išdrįsdami mesti iššūkį ir Rusijai, ir pragmatiškiems Vakarams? Daug ką. Kada nors komunizmas bus pasmerktas taip pat, kaip ir fašizmas. Jau dabar Europarlamento Liaudies partija skatina įvertinti komunizmo nusikaltimus. Kada nors Rusija pati pasiūlys estams ir latviams pasirašyti sienų sutartis ir pradės derybas dėl okupacijos žalos atlyginimo. Manote, tai neįmanoma? Įmanoma. Juk prieš gerą dešimtmetį nuo komunistinių pučistų gynę savo valstybę Rusijos demokratai sakė pasimokę iš lietuvių stiprybės per Sausio 13-ąją. Mes ir dabar turime padėti Rusijos demokratijai, o ne linkčioti jos imperinėms užmačioms.
Prieš 1991-ųjų Sausio 13-ąją Sovietų sąjunga pati sukvietė Vakarų žurnalistus į Lietuvą, nes tikėjosi, kad pasaulis pamatys, kaip „lietuvių liaudis nuverčia nekenčiamą V.Landsbergio režimą“. Bet pasaulis pamatė, kaip lietuvių tauta vien savo dvasios jėga nugalėjo okupantų tankus ir apgynė savo valstybės nepriklausomybę. Ir dabar pasaulis turi suprasti tiesą."

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Jei Rusija nuoširdžiai nori užmiršti praeitį, tepaseka Vokietija ir prisiima kaltę už sukeltą Antrąjį pasaulinį karą, pripažįsta 1940 metais įvykdytą Lietuvos okupaciją bei aneksiją.

Antra, Maskva turi perduoti Vilniui savo globojamus teroristus ir karo nusikaltėlius, 1991-aisiais rengusius ir vykdžiusius žudynes Vilniuje bei Medininkuose.

R. Valatka iš "L. Ryto"


Vytautas Landsbergis – Baltijos valstybėms antrasis pasaulinis karas baigėsi tik 1991 metais... .


В течение пяти долгих десятилетий Латвия, Эстония и Литва были стерты с карты Европы. В период правления советской России три балтийские страны пережили массовые высылки и убийства, утрату своей свободы и наплыв миллионов русскоговорящих переселенцев. 


People must know that Communism, a totalitarian system of government no better than the fascist variety, is largely responsible for making the 20th century the bloodiest in human history. Wherever the followers of Marx were able to grab power, there was repression, terror, torture, mass murder and, in many cases, class-based genocide. I cannot stress how badly this needs to be read, because I've heard far too many "useful idiots" say things such as "I don't really view communism as a bad thing." (Whoppi Goldberg) and "when Communist U.S.S.R. was a superpower, the world was better off." (Janeane Garofalo). I have a feeling that if you walked down the street and asked various people about the Soviet Gulag or Stalin's forced famine in Ukraine, you'd most likely get blank looks, because they have forgotten.


Some (mostly radical Leftists who want you to forget about the bloody history of their favorite ideology) have said that The Black Book is "biased" because it doesn't mention the atrocities of "anti-Communists" such as Pinochet, Suharto, Rios Montt, Somoza and Marcos. True, but this is a history of Communist crimes, the deliberate starvation and wholesale slaughter of *SCORES OF MILLIONS* of people by Lenin, Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot, Mengistu, etc, which make the crimes of the aforementioned anti-Communists pale in comparison. How many books on Nazi massacres mention Communist atrocities during WWII (Katyn, Bleiburg, Nemmersdorf, Vinnitsa, the mass rape of German women by the Red Army, the deportation of ethnic minorities in the USSR, the murderous post-war expulsion of Germans from Eastern Europe)? Not many.


Many historians estimate that Stalin ALONE killed 20 million people (Robert Conquest, Daniel Chirot, Adam Hochschild, Tina Rosenberg, Wallechinsky, etc). Alexander Yakovlev, author of the excellent new book on Soviet tyranny and mass murder entitled "A Century of Violence in Soviet Russia," places the Soviet death toll at 30-35 million (in my opinion the most reliable estimate). Others, such as 'atrocitologist' R.J. Rummel and Gulag survivor Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, place the Soviet death toll at a whopping 60 million! Therefore I believe it is safe to say that Communism is indeed responsible for killing *at least* 100 million people in the 20th century, making it one of the greatest evils in the annals of human history.

We must never forget the 100 million.

In addition to this book I would recommend the following:

A Century of Violence in Soviet Russia by Alexander N. Yakovlev
Koba the Dread: Laughter and the Twenty Million by Martin Amis
Death by Government by R.J. Rummel


Confessions were wrought by horrible torture. Wives and children of accused were held hostage and often shared their fate. Children under the age of 17 were despatched to NKVD settlements. Overflowing cells built for twelve held a hundred, so that prisoners had to pack down sideways like sardines-- and only in shifts. Most could not withstand round-the-clock beatings for more than a few months and succumbed, although a few exceptional individuals held out.

The horror of the gulag is beyond comprehension. Camps were brutal, soul-destroying, ruled on behalf of guards by hard-core criminals. The journey to the camps was deadly and could last months. Outside work was compulsory until temperatures dropped below -50 *C. Inmates were starved and savaged by epidemics. Perhaps the best thing about them was that one would not be expected to survive more than two years. In Kolymev only three out of every hundred survived. From Novaya Zembla, nobody returned at all.


Unfortunately, the West generally left these citizens to their fate. Driven by Communist idealism, foreign correspondents ignored, glossed over, or simply flat-out lied about the show trials. Jean-Paul Sartre and other intellectuals still denied the existence of the gulag long after its evidence was undeniable. A French literary journal called Victor Kravchenko's account of the camps a lie. The New York Times' Walter Duranty received a Pulitzer prize for his Stalin apologia.

The Left never let facts get in the way of an attractive ideology, and never understood that "not even high intelligence and a sensitive spirit are of any help once the facts of a situation are deduced from a political theory, rather than vice versa." That neither Stalin, nor his ideology, have ever been fully held accountable is maddening and a disgrace to the memory of his victims. ...


When I threw this food over the barbed wire to the prisoners, I was caught and threatened with imprisonment. I repeated the "offense," and one officer angrily threatened to shoot me. I assumed this was a bluff until I encountered a captain on a hill above the Rhine shooting down at a group of German civilian women with his .45 caliber pistol. When I asked, Why?," he mumbled, "Target practice," and fired until his pistol was empty. I saw the women running for cover, but, at that distance, couldn't tell if any had been hit.


Hunger made German women more "available," but despite this, rape was prevalent and often accompanied by additional violence. In particular I remember an eighteen-year old woman who had the side of her faced smashed with a rifle butt and was then raped by two G.I.s





Just inside the east German border with Lithuania, the town of Nemmersdorf was the first to fall into the hands of the victorious Red Army. Overrun by General Gatlitsky's 11th Guards Army, his soldiers, crazy with bloodlust, set about raping, looting and killing with such ferocity that eventually discipline had to be restored to force the soldiers back to fighting the war. From buildings, Russian signs were hung which read ' Soldiers! Majdanek does not forgive. Take revenge without mercy!'. When the Soviet 4th Army took over the town five days later, hardly a single inhabitant remained alive. Women were found nailed to barn doors after being stripped naked and gang raped, their bodies then used for target practice. Many women, and girls as young as eight years old, were raped so often and brutally that they died from this abuse alone. Children were shot indiscriminately and all those trying to flee were crushed to death under the treads of the Soviet tanks. Forty French prisoners-of-war were shot on the spot as spies after welcoming the Red Army as liberators. Seventy one women and one man were found in houses, all dead. All the women, including girls aged from eight to twelve, had been raped. In other East Prussian villages within the triangle Gumbinnen-Goldap-Ebenrode, the same scenes were witnessed, old men and boys being castrated and their eyes gouged out before being killed or burned alive. In nearby Metgethen, a suburb of Königsberg, recaptured by the German 5th Panzer Division, around 60 women were found in a demented state in a large villa. They had been raped on average 60 to 70 times a day. In nearly every home, the bodies of women and children were found raped and murdered. The bodies of two young women were found, their legs had been tied one limb each between two trucks, and then torn apart when the trucks were driven away in opposite directions. At Metgethen railway station, a refugee train from Konigsberg, consisting of seven passenger coaches, was found and in each compartment seven to nine bestially mutilated bodies were discovered. Alexander Solzhenitsyn, an ex captain in the Soviet Army, recalls, "All of us knew very well that if girls were German they could be raped and then shot. This was almost a combat distinction" (Details of these, and other attrocities, are contained in the Eastern Documentation Section of the German Federal Archives at Koblenz).


KATYN FOREST (Smolensk, 1939-40)

In 1939, during the Russian invasion of Poland, some 14,500 Polish officers were captured and interned in three P.O.W. camps in the Soviet Union. The next time the world heard of these prisoners was a news broadcast on April 13, 1943, from Radio Berlin. It stated that the German Army had discovered mass graves at Katyn, 18 kilometres north-west of Smolensk, near the village of Gneizdovo and containing the bodies of Polish officers. Eight graves were opened and 4,253 bodies exhumed. All were dressed in Polish uniforms, with badges of rank and medals intact. No watches or rings were found on the corpses. It was established that the bodies were of Polish officers from the camp at Kozielsk, situated in the grounds of a former Monastery, near Orel. Two other camps, at Starobielsk (3,910 men) and at Ostashkov (6,500 men) were wound up and closed in the first days of April, 1940. Whatever happened to these 10,000 odd officers has never been established. They were never seen alive again. From evidence obtained after the war, all prisoners of Kozielsk camp were shot by Stalin's NKVD.


On April 13, 1990, fifty years after the massacre, the USSR for the first time admitted its responsibility for the murders. The whole controversy was finally laid to rest when Boris Yeltsin, handed over the secret files on Katyn to the Polish president, Lech Walesa, on October 14, 1992. In May 1992, in a wood near Kharkov, a Russian private investigation team discovered a mass grave containing 3,891 bodies of Polish officers from the camp at Starobielsk in the Ukraine. In June of that year, Soviet authorities discovered 30 mass graves at Miednoje, one hundred miles north-west of Moscow. They contained the remains of 6,287 Polish prisoners from the Ostashkov island camp on Lake Seliguer. Before the massacre, 245 officers from Kozielsk, 79 from Starobielsk and 124 from the camp at Ostashkor , were transferred, for no apparent reason, to a camp at Pavlishchev Bor, a hundred miles north-west of the Kozielsk camp. These 448 officers proved to be the only survivors of the Katyn massacre. In other parts of the Katyn Forest, other graves were discovered containing the bodies of Russian political prisoners who were executed in pre-war days by the NKVD. It seems that the Katyn Forest was the main execution site for Stalin’s secret police. (Not to be confused with the Khatyn murder site near Minsk.)



Were Communism and Nazism "morally equivalent" movements?

Both Stalin and Mao's Communist governments indisputably murdered more people in cold blood than even Hitler's Nazi regime did. This certainly establishes a powerful prima facie case for the proposition that Communism and Nazism are "morally equivalent." Once it is granted that a regime deliberately murdered millions of innocent people, it is difficult to see how any other achievement - the world's best highway or the world's biggest dam - could change one's final evaluation.

Probably the most common distinction made between the Communists and the Nazis is that the former were misguided idealists, while the later were brutal thugs. Alternately, one might argue that the Communists ultimately wanted a world where all people would live together in harmony, while the Nazis wanted a world where the master race reigned supreme over a world purged of inferior races. In short, the difference between Communist and Nazi is supposed to be one of intentions. Joseph Davies, the pro-Stalin US Ambassador to the USSR, gave this point of view its classic expression:

Both Germany and Soviet Russia are totalitarian states. Both are realistic. Both are strong and ruthless in their methods. There is one distinction, however, and that is as clear as black and white. It can be simply illustrated. If Marx, Lenin, or Stalin had been firmly grounded in the Christian faith, either Catholic or Protestant, and if by reason of that fact this communistic experiment in Russia had been projected upon this basis, it would probably be declared to be one of the greatest efforts of Christian altruism in history to translate the ideals of brotherhood and charity as preached in the gospel of Christ into a government of men... That is the difference - the communistic Soviet state could function with the Christian religion in its basic purpose to serve the brotherhood of man. It would be impossible for the Nazi state to do so. The communistic ideal is that the state may evaporate and be no longer necessary as man advances into perfect brotherhood. The Nazi ideal is the exact opposite - that the state is the supreme end of all. (Journal entry, July 7, 1941)

This "argument from intentions" needs to be answered on two levels:

* First, many people are both misguided idealists and brutal thugs. They are the "true believers" who join religious crusades, set up the Inquisition, exterminate Jews, and liquidate kulaks. Brutality alone may lead a movement to set up a police state, but why go to the effort of killing millions of people when it provides little material gain? It is sadism combined with idealistic fervor which animates history's most destructive movements. As Solzhenitsyn puts it:

To do evil a human being must first of all believe that what he's doing is good... Ideology - that is what gives evildoing its long-sought justification and gives the evildoer the necessary steadfastness and determination... That was how the agents of the Inquisition fortified their wills: by invoking Christianity; the conquerors of foreign lands, by extolling the grandeur of their Motherland; the colonizers, by civilization; the Nazis, by race; and the Jacobins (early and late), by equality, brotherhood, and the happiness of future generations. Thanks to ideology, the twentieth century was fated to experience evildoing on a scale calculated in the millions. (The Gulag Archipelago)

Hitler noted that Communists made excellent converts to Nazism, because the same personality type was attracted to both. "[T]here is more that binds us to Bolshevism than separates us from it. There is, above all, genuine, revolutionary feeling, which is alive everywhere in Russia except where there are Jewish Marxists. I have always made allowance for this circumstance, and given orders that former Communists are to be admitted to the party at once. The petit bourgeois Social-Democrat and the trade-union boss will never make a National Socialist, but the Communists always will." (quoted in Hermann Rauschning, Hitler Speaks) Stalin also recognized that ex-Nazis and ex- fascists were natural recruits for post-war Communist regimes. As Stanley Payne notes in his A History of Fascism: 1914-1945, "All over Soviet- occupied eastern Europe, most rank-and-file former fascist party members, together with many lower-level leaders, were welcomed to fill the ranks of the initially exiguous local Communist parties. The psychological transition seems to have been an easy one, for obvious reasons."

* Second, both the Nazis and the Communists dreamed of universal brotherhood - after widescale exterminations of groups potentially disruptive to their respective utopias. In addition to the former nobility and the bourgeoisie, the Communists also generally had an intense disgust for the peasantry - by far the largest social class in the early periods of most Communist regimes. All of these groups had to be either killed or at least have their traditional way of life destroyed. This attitude was present among the Bolsheviks from the earliest years of their regime. As Zinoviev, a high-ranking Bolshevik put it, "We must carry along with us 90 million out of the 100 million of Soviet Russia's inhabitants. As for the rest, we have nothing to say to them. They must be annihilated." Just as the Nazis imagined an idyllic Germany free of inferior races, the Communists dreamed of a harmonious world free of reactionary classes. Both planned to reach the uniformity necessary for their utopias by simply killing all of the square pegs.

* Further interesting evidence of the moral equivalence of the two movements comes during the period of 1939-1941, when Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union were in a state of virtual alliance. The Molotov-Rippentrop Pact was officially merely a non-aggression treaty, but its secret provisions divided up all of eastern Europe between Hitler and Stalin. Paul Johnson amusingly recounts the diplomatic festivities in the Kremlin:

Ribbentrop reported: "It felt like being among old party comrades." He was as much at ease in the Kremlin, he added, "as among my old Nazi friends." Stalin toasted Hitler and said he "knew how much the German people loved the Fuhrer." There were brutal jokes about the Anti-Comintern Pact, now dead, which both sides agreed had been meant simply to impress the City of London and "English shopkeepers." There was the sudden discovery of a community of aims, methods, manners, and, above all, of morals. As the tipsy killers lurched about the room, fumblingly hugging each other, they resembled nothing so much as a congregation of rival gangsters, who had fought each other before, and might do so again, but were essentially in the same racket.

The Nazis and Soviets applied almost identical internal policies to their respective halves of defeated Poland. "While the Gestapo organized the persecution of 'racial enemies' in German-occupied Poland, the NKVD decrees of 1940 listed fourteen categories of people to be deported... Like the SS and the Gestapo, the NKVD was engaged, as General Wladyslaw Anders later put it, in 'beheading the community' - destroying any potential leadership which might organized opposition to Soviet rule




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How can we understand all this killing by communists? It is the marriage of an absolutist ideology with the absolute power. Communists believed that they knew the truth, absolutely. They believed that they knew through Marxism what would bring about the greatest human welfare and happiness. And they believed that power, the dictatorship of the proletariat, must be used to tear down the old feudal or capitalist order and rebuild society and culture to realize this utopia. Nothing must stand in the way of its achievement. Government--the Communist Party--was thus above any law. All institutions, cultural norms, traditions, and sentiments were expendable. And the people were as though lumber and bricks, to be used in building the new world.



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people killed by communists:


Twentieth Century Democide