Holodomor Remembrance Day

Today, 22 November 2014, marks the Holodomor Remembrance Day and the 81st anniversary of the Holodomor.

Since 2006 it takes place every year on the fourth Saturday of November. A minute of silence should be observed at 4:00 PM Eastern European Time (UTC +2:00). If this would be hard for you because of your time zone, a minute of silence at 4:00 PM local time is acceptable.

If you have a flag on your property, it should fly half-staff for the entirety of the day as a sign of mourning.

Let us pay tribute to the millions of innocent Ukrainian victims of the Jewish Bolshevik terror by sharing the story.


The Holodomor, from the Ukrainian “морити голодом” – to kill by starvation, was a deliberate Terror-Famine that took place in 1932-1933.

It was engineered by the Jewish Bolshevik regime specifically to annihilate the still largely European and nationalistic people of Ukraine, and subsequently to replace the victims of the genocide with foreign settlers from different areas of the USSR – mostly central Asia.

This was meant not only to terrorize the Ukrainians into total and unconditional submission, but also to mongolize them and hence weaken their patriotic and nationalistic spirit by making their homeland a more diverse and multicultural place.

It’s estimated that up to 10 million perished during the Great Famine – it’s impossible to establish a certain number as Communists were known to falsify the census records.

During the late 30s, only less than 60% of the Ukrainian population was actually Ukrainian – the rest were immigrants from USSR, usually central Asia. The tight grip of the Jews on the people of Ukraine was finally realized. For the next five decades Ukraine remained under the Jewish Communist rule and, truly, the sad events taking place there right now are but an inheritance of that past and a result of Jew-influenced global politics of the EU, Russia, and USA.

But it all really begun in 1917 with the Jewish Bolshevik Revolution. As one unknown author wrote in 1920 in the American Hebrew Magazine:

The Bolshevik Revolution in Russia was the work of Jewish planning and Jewish dissatisfaction. Our Plan is to have a New World Order. What worked so wonderfully in Russia, is going to become Reality for the whole world.

And as Stuart Kahan, an American journalist, writes in his brilliant book “The Wolf of Kremlin”:

In the Bolshevik era, 52 percent of the membership of the Soviet communist party was Jewish, though Jews comprised only 1.8 percent of the total population.

In fact, in the late 40s, Josip Broz Tito was the only non-Jewish dictator behind the Iron Curtain (Joseph Stalin’s ethnicity is disputed). Very well worth noting is that he had been sending numerous substantial arms shipments to Zionist fighters in Palestine throughout his reign, proving to be a quite Jew-friendly non-Jew indeed.

Any final historic conclusion and justice still seems to be far away. In May 2009 Valentin Nalivaychenko, the head of Ukrainian security service, stated the following:

Ukraine has collected enough evidence to bring a criminal case regarding the famine, which was artificially created by the Bolshevik regime and caused mass death of citizens.

Ukrainian security service carried out research which was to lead to a case against those responsible for the Holodomor. Nevertheless their efforts were thwarted, as the preliminary list included mostly Jews. The important symbolic trial, with most, if not all, of the perpetrators attending in absentia, never took place. You can read more about this here.

There may be, however, no sufficient apology from the perpetrators’ affiliates of today. The Holodomor took away the best Ukraine has to offer. The kindest, most self-sacrificial and most self-denying were the first to fall. Children and unborn babies – the most innocent lives – were the most vulnerable. There’s not a thing on this Earth that could be done to amend for this heinous atrocity, for this calculated mass murder of the good and innocent.

As the truth, slowly but surely, leaks out into the open, and as more and more countries recognize the genocide of the Ukrainian people in the years 1932-1933, unprecedented in history, and perpetrated by the deranged Jewish sociopaths in power, your role in remembering it and sharing this information is equally – if not more – important.



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