Die Juden fordern immer noch Reparationszahlungen für den Holocaust. Anfang der dreißiger Jahre gab es in der Ukraine einen anderen Holocaust, den sogenannten Holodomor, den Hungerholocaust. Dabei wurden 5 bis 12 Millionen Ukrainer durch Nahrungsmittelentzug und Erschiessungen ermordet. Die Täter: hauptsächlich Juden des sowjetischen Geheimdienstes NKWD, mit den Juden Kaganovich und Jagoda an der Spitze.
Wann also werden die Ukrainer entschädigt? Wann zahlt ihr Juden?
Hier zwei Artikel dazu:
In Israel wurde diese Thematik schon vor Jahren diskutiert. Es ist also eine Tatsache und keine Lüge oder falsche Behauptung.
Und hier folgen, in englischer Sprache, einige nähere Informationen über jene Massenmörder:
Some of histories largest mass murderers were Jewish.
1.Lazar Kagnovich: was born in 1893 to Jewish parents in the village of Kabany, Radomyshl uyezd. Kaganovich (together with Vyacheslav Molotov) participated with the All-Ukrainian Party Conference of 1930 and were given the task of implementation of the collectivization policy that caused a catastrophic 1932–33 famine where 5-12 million were deliberately starved to death (known as the Holodomor in Ukraine).
2.Genrihk Yagoda:was born in 1891 in Rybinsk into a Jewish family. Solzhenitsyn writes of the period in 1934 and 1935, when the Jewish commissar Genrikh Yagoda headed the Soviet secret police, and Yagoda’s black vans went out every night in St. Petersburg, known then as Leningrad, to round up “class enemies”: former members of the aristocracy, former civil servants, former businessmen, former teachers and professors and professional people, any Russian — any real Russian — who had graduated from a university. A quarter of the population of the city was arrested and liquidated by Yagoda during this two-year period (at least 250,000 to 500,000).As deputy head of the OGPU (Secret police), Yagoda organized the building of the White Sea–Baltic Canal using forced slave labor at breakneck speed between 1931 and 1933 at the cost of huge casualties and loss of life.
3.Filipp Isayevich Goloshchyokin: Born 9 March 1876 in Nevel to a family of Jewish contractors, his true birth name is unkown like many bolsheviks he changed his name to hide his ethnicity. On 19 February 1925, he was appointed First Secretary of the Communist Party in the newly created Kazakh Autonomous Socialist Soviet Republic. From 1925 to 1933 he ran the Kazakh ASSR with virtually no outside interference as a local dictator.Goloshchyokin ordered that Kazakhstan’s largely nomadic population was to be forced to settle in collective farms. This caused a deadly famine in Kazakhstan known within Kazakhstan as the Goloshchekin Genocide, which killed between 1 and 3 million people. 38% of all Kazakhs died, the highest number of any ethnic group killed per capita in the Soviet famines of the early 1930s.