Moscow´s Genocide of Belarusian nation. Terrifying reading

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  1. litwin

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    Moscow´s Genocide of Belarusian nation. Terrifying reading, but I am 100% sure you did not read about it in your school , its still taboo subject in Belarus

    sorry, for using stright forward google traslate :
    "After World War II, the 10-million-strong Belarus lost about 3 million of its inhabitants, but about 2 million were killed even before the war by the communist NKVD. In Belarus, 70 percent of all Belarusian writers were physically destroyed, scientists and artists were killed. (The troupe of the Third Belarusian State Theater of Vladislav Golubok was arrested in full force. Almost all of them were shot.) They were killed on ethnic grounds. For this, the label "natsdem" was invented (it means - a national democrat, although such a party did not exist). This label was stuck to all Belarusians whom the Stalinists planned to destroy. In the depths of the NKVD, a non-existent anti-communist organization SVB ("Union of Liberation of Belarus") was invented. Under an invented phantom, the NKVADists carried out arrests, conducted an imaginary investigation, interrogated, tortured, tried, then exiled to Russia and shot innocent people. After the Riga Agreement in 1921, Belarus was divided between Poland and Russia. The division border was drawn not far from Mensk. There was a secret order from the NKVD to destroy the entire Belarusian population along the border. The Russian auxiliaries wanted to create a deserted area here. The destruction was carried out by the border troops. The trustees were given a rifle and a shovel. When such a border guard soldier met in a deserted place (on the road, in a field, in a forest) a lonely Belarusian or Belarusian, or a child, he would shoot a person, immediately dig a hole with a shovel and fill up the corpse.
    That was the instruction. The people in the villages were not so afraid of the "man with the gun" as they were the soldier with the shovel. (These facts were published in the Belarusian press in the early 90s.) In the 30s, 95-99 percent (almost completely) was destroyed (exiled and shot) the Belarusian communist-party and Soviet administration. Even the directorate and business leaders were destroyed. Russians from Russia were sent to the posts of murdered administrators and communist leaders-Belarusians. Russians (the so-called "promoted") came to Belarus, occupied vacated positions, received benefits, property, apartments, and the first thing they did was to close Belarusian schools, translate them into Russian so that their children could study without burdening themselves with studying , as they said, “unnecessary” Belarusian language. Thus, the invaders created a "Russian-speaking population" in Belarus. Ethnocide, linguacide, mnemacid and genocide were carried out by the Bolsheviks at the same time.
    The extermination of Belarusians by the Russian NKVD continued during the German augmentation as well. In June 1941, in the first days of the war, the communists shot thousands of prisoners in prisons and in stages. Only in the Brest Fortress, where there was a terrible NKVD prison, they did not have time to liquidate all those arrested, some of them fled. Meanwhile, a large group of NKVD overseers and functionaries were blocked in the fortress by the Germans. They sat there for about a month until they died out. About 20 years after the war, the communists came up with a legend about the "heroic defense" of the Brest Fortress.
    Attention is drawn to the fact that the broad Soviet partisan movement was organized only in Belarus and partially on the ethnic Belarusian lands that were part of Russia (Smolensk region, Bryansk region). There was no partisan movement in occupied Russia. Why? Because the plan for the destruction of the Belarusian nation continued to operate. Moscow, using the organs of the NKVD, dragged the masses of the Belarusian civilian population into the war against the Germans, and thereby exposed the Belarusians to the German attack.
    The necessary work of the struggle proceeded from an insidious plan and was carried out by vile methods. (Stalin wanted to get a double benefit.) Enkavadists specifically killed a German near a Belarusian village or made another provocation in order to cause a punitive operation of the Nazis (who usually burned the whole village, most often together with people). Thus, by the way, as a result of a special provocation of the Soviet partisans, the famous Khatyn was also burned, which the communists later advertised to the whole world in the 70s as a typical victim of fascist atrocities.
    As a result of this communist-fascist joint "work", more than 9 thousand villages were burned in Belarus. Moscow did not trust the Belarusians. Therefore, by the end of the war, as a result of a special operation of the NKVD, many Belarusian commanders were sent to death, removed from command, killed and repressed. Their places were taken by Russians sent from Muscovy and loyal NKVADists. In the summer of 1944, when the "Red Army" occupied Belarus, the Russians mobilized into the army on Belarusian territory. Tens of thousands of young Belarusian men, almost without preparation, were thrown into the front line of the front. Russian commanders raised them into unnecessary attacks under the fire of German machine guns, without even giving weapons in hand, or with rifles, but no cartridges. They died in thousands, like grass under a scythe. And those that fled back, fell under the bullets of the NKVD"

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurapaty
    https://www.radabnr.org/en/kurapaty-the-road-of-death/

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    Do you maybe know how many prisoners were killed by NKVD in Brest Fortress?
     
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    all NKVD archives are closed , specially WW2 archives , you can ask historian ihar.melnikau https://www.facebook.com/ihar.melnikau he wrote a book on this subject . what i know stalin´s border troops (NKVD) killed much more in Belarusian woods on the new border, for example all protestant villages were literally wiped out from the maps
     
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    My mother's parents came to :flagus: from
    Kiev, Russia per official documents 1905

    Kiev. Founded by "Rus".

    All the "Russians" as under the dominion of the Tsar are today criminally infested Republics.
    As was Yeltsin.

     
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    In 1937 Joseph Stalin signed a list of persons to be judged by a Soviet Military commission. The list of people sentenced to be executed included 103 Belarusian persons. Between 1937 and 1938, over 100,000 people fell victims of repressions by the Soviet authorities. Communists were waging a class war against writers, artists and statespeople. Within Soviet Russia, former Russian landowners were executed or sent to Siberia as class enemies (классовый враг).

    An "enemy of the people" could be imprisoned, expelled or executed, and lose their property to confiscation. Close relatives of enemies of the people were labeled as "traitor of Motherland family members" and prosecuted. They could be sent to Gulag, punished by the involuntary settlement in unpopulated areas, or stripped of citizen's rights. Being a friend of an enemy of the people automatically placed the person under suspicion.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enemy_of_the_people#Soviet_Union
     
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    MEANWHILE in Muscovy today :


    Stalin's Approval Rating Among Russians Hits Record High ...
    www.themoscowtimes.com › 2019/04/16 › stalins-approv...

    Apr 16, 2019 — The Soviet leader is increasingly viewed as a "symbol of justice." ... respondents told the Levada Center in 2019 that Stalin played a positive role for Russia. ... Stalin Named World's 'Most Remarkable' Public Figure — Poll.

    Stalin Is More Popular Than Ever in Russia, Survey Shows ...
    www.usnews.com › News › Best Countries

    May 9, 2019 — Stalin More Popular Than Putin in Russia These Days. A record percentage ... Top Iran Leader Posts Trump-Like Golfer Image, Vows Revenge.
     
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    Тhe wording "Moscow´s Genocide of Belarusian nation" is not entirely correct, one can understand that the Russians killed the Belarusians, which is misleading. The genocide was carried out by the regime - the bloody regime destroyed representatives of all nationalities of the USSR: including Russians ... and the executioners were also of different nationalities.

    Аnd in general the presentation of the post in this form "Russians from Russia were sent to the posts of murdered administrators and communist leaders-Belarusians." Such posts lead to incitement to hatred. It is not necessary to reduce everything to nationalities. Yes, the Stalinist regime was a bloody, barbaric regime, but even the leader himself and many of his servants were not Russian. Millions of Russians have also suffered at their hands.
     
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