Stalins Great Terror and the EU Reform Treaty – 70 years on.

August 8 in
Moscow marked the conclusion of a two-week religious procession that
began in Solovki to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the start of
one of the most horrific episodes in Russian history — the mass
Stalinist repressions known as the Great Terror.

The
12-meter wooden cross involved in the procession, specially made from
trees native to Solovki, was transported from the Solovetsky Monastery
to Moscow by sea and erected on the Butovo Polygon, where on August 8,
1937, the first mass executions were carried out by the NKVD [People's
Commissariat for Internal Affairs, the secret police organization
responsible for Stalinist political oppression].

 

Cemetery in the Kuropaty woods for thousands of Belarusians executed during Stalin's terror (TASS)

During these repressions, tens of thousands of people of different ages, professions, and convictions lost their lives.

The latest list of 20,000 names is considered incomplete; it is said that hundreds of thousands were shot to death here.

Yabloko party leader Grigory Yavlinsky said:
“Polls show that up to 20% of the
population is ready to vote for a Stalin for the country's president, and
they excuse what happened back then. There obviously needs to be a
huge, thorough investigative study, but besides that, there needs to be
a clear unequivocal official identification of everything that happened
then as state crimes, and on the basis of that, we need to determine
how to write textbooks, how to explain history to schoolchildren and in
the universities. Otherwise, sooner or later, this will lead to
repetition of those events in some form or other.”
(source)
See Tim Worstall blog, especially the comments for more detail on Soviet atrocities.

Now consider the EU Constitution aka Reform Treaty, for I see history is about to repeat itself.

Written and drafted primarily by people following the same ideology as Stalin, the great socialist dream. Leaders in the UK and across Europe who were former communists or communist sympathisers. Leaders who have been tied to the USSR, FDR and the Stasi, who are now trying to force upon us a Treaty that will steal our sovereignty, and a UK government who is trying to break its own people using terror and draconian laws, destroy our institutions and values, deny an entire nation (England), indoctrinate our children with propaganda in the schools, a government who wants to fingerprint and ID card everyone, monitor the population, to regulate and dictate every facet of their lives and turn them into model citizens through social engineering.

A government incapable of telling its people the truth. Led by a man labelled by those around him as Stalinist in nature.

And when the people say NO, when the people begin to resist and to
demonstrate, to riot, to participate in civil unrest, to fight back, British Troops and Police be expected, whether or not they are individually morally
prepared to keep order, to arrest or even shoot British citizens, or
will the 'colleagues' send in the Germans to keep us in line.

Scenario's
like that no-one would ever wish to see, but whilst the British
Government remains with its head in the sand, refuses to listen to the
people, to the will of the people, it must surely be aware of the
historical resolve of the British.


In 70 years from now, will your grandchildren be visiting a makeshift cemetery in the woods somewhere in Britain looking for us, because we were not strong enough to stop the EU reform Treaty.

OPPOSE THE EU TREATY NOW, and tear down this monster called the European Union. Before its too late.

Sign the No.10 Petition
for a referendum now.

“The European Union must be destroyed” – “L'Union Européenne diot être détruite”

CETERVM CENSEO CONVENTUM EVROPÆAM ESSE DELENDAM

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