1933 — Mor without hunger

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1. INTRODUCTION

The reason that I did not wait for the end of our work on a new book about the "famine", and decided to publish a still-separate article next. Immediately after the Christmas holidays in 2009 the Court of Appeal of Kiev declared Stalin among seven people guilty of organizing the genocide of Ukrainians in 1932-33 [14]. Quickly they tried by the court, because the case was transferred to the court until the end of December 2009 According to the president of Ukraine, during the investigation, collected 3856 documents, which show that the famine was planned in the offices of the Communist Party and the government. The investigation also found 857 sites of mass graves in the genocide [12] (It would be very inetersno look at these documents and the mass graves to find out who was the expert, as dissected as determined by the age of burial — SM).
 
In unison with the Ukrainian nationalists infamous zhurnalyug Podrabinek broke another article condemning Stalin’s "Great Famine". [10] But as critics who discussed the article in the liberal forum [21], is nothing more than yet another repetition demshizy. I quote: "a power of fantasy and a complete lack of knowledge …. The author has decided not to suffer, and copy the pictures from a fairly well-known Baltic film" The Soviet Story "shot not so long ago. As we can see them. 1 and Photo 2 is starving Volga region, the 20-ies. Made Americans. Photo of pretty well-known and their origin does not cause problems. 3 and 4 — storyboards from the film "The Year of Terror" captured by the Nazis where the role of the Latvian Soviet soldiers were brave guys. present and the way the bodies were "loaned "from one of the ends. camps. good stepping stone to illustrate the famine in Ukraine, using pictures of hungry people in Russia and Nazi film. Goebbels speech on stage and Mein Kampf. Keep it up." As a result of these hysterical manipulation is often the opposite effect — the events of 1932-1933. were derisively called the word "hohlokost."

Crooks and idiots really deserve abuse and, bluntly, much more. But in general, there is not enough laughter — as a result of certain events people died. A lot of people. As it happened, for whatever reason, and whether or not someone is guilty of this personally? Whether it was the result of deliberate action or a result of the unintended consequences of circumstances. I have several years explored the subject and now, I’m sure, at last, found the answer.

As for the path to my conclusions, it was so. I wrote and published his book, "Famine in Russia," based on the dogma that the famine was in 1933. This dogma was put into circulation Ukrainian nationalists and American researcher Taugerom. This dogma was based on the premise that if the additional number of people died, there must be hungry. Taugera version was that the famine was still due to crop failure. Crop failure occurred due to a combination of unfavorable factors, among which there was no drought.

My co-author of the book "Mor without hunger" I.I.Chigirin drew attention to the abundance of food in the famine-stricken Ukraine in the summer of 1933, and stealing, and Smuggling leaders of Ukraine [45]. Hunger was not.

These two versions contradicted each other. A new interpretation of the theme arose when I decided to check the authenticity of the papers, report on mortality, which was found in the central arhiove and which published Chigirin. On the same piece of paper referred Kulchitskiy. Therefore, in order to find the truth, we have combined our efforts. The basis for the unification was my question in one archival paper related deaths in Ukraine in 1933, published in the book Chigirina. In the manuscript is not prepared in the form, quite fresh with respect to the other papers in this folder, the paper pointed out that the 1933 excess deaths in Ukraine amounted to about 1.4 million people.

So, I napsal article for two reasons: 1) because demshizy dancing on the bones of the dead in 1932-1933., 2) it was too speedy trial of the organizers was "Famine", where among the perpetrators was suddenly Stalin. Also, ahead of presidential elections in Ukraine and the people there should know the truth.

2. WAS INCREASED MORTALITY?

First, we are interested in the reality of ultra-high-mortality figures in Ukraine. The so-called "expertise" of the Institute of Demography and Social Studies named Ptukha National Academy of Sciences has shown that as a result of the genocide committed in Ukraine killed 3,941 million. [14] Believe this figure there is no reason. The fact that the books are the victims of famine, published in all Ukrainian regions were falsified. In some cases in the book to carry the Ukrainians living — according to the polls. In other cases, the book does not fall dead from hunger, and got under the horse spivshiesya, etc. Some of the books as victims of famine enrolled 95-year-old, whose death was listed on the findings, "died of old age." In Odessa Book protects specific person who died, for example, alcoholism, killed the bull, bandits killed by the train. In Lugansk region in the list of "victims of famine" brought a group of people who have died in the mines. Some even recorded twice and it happens everywhere. Sometimes things get so comical cases — as in August 2009, it became known that the village Andriyashevka Sumy region, making lists of "innocent victims", a local official has used the current list of voters registered in the village of [9, 18, 19, 34].

Well, Ukrainian nationalists, as usual navrut with three boxes. But what really is? Is excess mortality was in 1933? The total mortality plate, which published Chigirin and apparently used Kulchytsky taken in RGAE. The calculations were performed on the basis of the table number 3 (TsGANKh USSR, p. 4372, op. 92, 161 etc.). Table dates from February 1939. It is made in the USSR State Planning Committee.

Therefore, our first step was to test the claim whether additional victims in 1933. First we went to the National Archives B. Pirogov together and checked whether the Ukraine has indicated excess mortality in 1933 has shown our cross-check archive data — three completely independent of each other in the paper — In 1933, the excess (above the normal level for those years) mortality rate of 1.385 million people.

In the archival material I drew attention to a very accurate account of all the dead, which is quite contrary to the assertions of the famous dem.publitsistov (alas, the scientists I can not name them) and Kondraschina Kulchytskyy that reporting in the USSR underestimated the mortality figures. They are not telling the truth.

Accuracy of the account has been exceptional, but not all materials are available in the archive. If there was no data on the area, this was due to the lack of specialists in accounting clerk. Things are not made at the time to finish and then the data shall be sent.

The archive has even completely yellowed sheets, reports on areas (areas), and monthly. Forge them, especially old paper, etc. there’s no point — labor costs would be enormous. Raportichki and other papers is so detailed (for ages 0 to 90 years every ten years), and the texture is so old (the descriptions of sheets and see them filled the experiences you can write a separate story), which is to talk about any fakes, even the most skilled , the language does not turn. The figures were formed by arithmetic addition, as expected in a statistical account. The same data is for each country.

In the early 30’s Soviet statistics was already fairly centralized. Almost all departments of registrations in the USSR (especially in the European part
of) working smoothly. And it is clear from common templates on which registration cards filled with the dead. Be sure to indicate the age (approximate if unknown accurate), the official cause of death, origin and, importantly, a nationality.

As indicated in the archival document [42], reflecting the mortality rate of rural and urban population of Ukraine in 1933, died of the rural population 1,678,162 people, the city — 230,745 people, for a total of 1,908,907. On average, a year in the Ukraine died in the last 5 years, on average died in Ukraine by 522.2 thousand people. [43] It turns out that in 1932-33. died (668.2 + 1908.907) — 1,044,400 over two years. Consequently, during 1932 and 1933. excessively 1,532,700 people died.

So, archival materials to prove that excessive mortality was. Of course, the death toll was not as Ukrainian counted as "experts", but people are still dying more often than usual.

3. STRANGE TIME FOR DYING

But that’s not all the weirdness with mortality. An important question — when manifested excess mortality? Steel watch, died when the so-called starving. But here we are in for a surprise — the peak of the excess mortality was in June [45, 46]. People died mostly in June 1933, when in April in Ukraine is full of greenery.

The peak year mortality from April to July, with a peak in June, would have been natural for Russia, where planting may only be in the mid to late May, and the first crop to have something in July. But in Ukraine the sowing starts in the first half of March and April, and in some places even in the last days of February. May — the month when the question of the lack of food in front of Ukrainian village is not worth it at all. In June, the Ukraine is full of young potatoes.

By the way, the same thing happened in the Central Black Earth region. Zagorovsky [11] a detailed analysis of mortality in the Central Black Earth region. There is also the peak of mortality occurs in June and July. He writes. "In the spring of 1933, the scale of mortality began to grow rapidly. First sharp increase in mortality occurred in March 1933: one month mortality rate of the rural population has increased by 21%. Secondarily increase in mortality in the country was recorded in May 1933 in the month, he was 37 %. In June 1933, mortality rates have soared to extremely high altitudes in the month, the number of deaths in rural areas increased by 76%. In July 1933, the mortality rate of the population in the villages of the Central Black Soil rose to its absolute peak, adding another 17% . Overall, from January to June 1933 death of the rural population has increased by 262%. " That is, the peak is shifted by one month compared with Ukraine.

If people died during or immediately after the famine, from nepevarivaniya food after starvation, the peak mortality had to come in April-May, slumping in June. Even if we assume that the mortality rate was associated with irreversible changes in the body — damage to the gastrointestinal tract after fasting and the inability to digest food, it is still July and August is too late for that, such people by June has to die or survive. June is too far from the end of winter — almost 3 months.

Eyewitness Ukrainian famine M. chisel describes the famine of 1932, when the special victims have not yet been (the excess mortality of about 100-150 thousand). He writes that by the summer of 1933 the famine ended. Yes, that’s the way it should be, if developed hungry classic scenario.

But in 1933, the first days of March are reports that people reached out to the collective and honest work — because as the primary means of assistance (in addition to the address specifically found starving) were used kolkhoz canteens for workers.

That is, the distribution of excess deaths in Ukraine and the Black Earth zone of the RSFSR is highly unusual, if you count it in a direct consequences of the lack of food due to crop failure in 1932

Why exactly on June peak of mortality rather than in March or April, as it should be if the deaths were caused only by hunger? Indeed, by May, the village received seed and it could be at least a little to eat?

Why hungry people in June and July, even went to the city and died there, and did not try to find food in the village, where there will be a green, potatoes and other foods grown in their gardens in the spring? Why they moved to Kiev — in fact, swollen corpses found in Kiev in June? Why do people die when it seemed that the trouble was over? What circumstances caused the tragedy? Who’s to blame for it?

We are interested in this very strange distribution of additional mortality over time.

4. WAS THERE AND DID crop failure HUNGER?

Was there a famine? After all, hunger is not actually meant to be. According to most researchers, and as shown by archival materials, in 1932, the drought was not. As demonstrated biological evaluation of harvest, held in the margins of private traders, collective farms and state farms, the harvest was up 69 million tonnes from the 1932 harvest was calculated according to the order Kolhoztsentra from February of this year, with the help of a biological method ("metrovku") — was made a random sample of parts of the field and threshing in these areas of the field. Then recalculate the next harvest on all fields.

Also used the so-called "complete enumeration" — after thrashing determined "granary" harvest, which was divided by the area. In this case — no sample was taken, and, shall we say, the full census. But for certain types metrovka is used [49, p. 75].

The difference is that metrovka always overestimate compared to the "granary" harvest (not counted as losses in the collection and fewer losses were threshing) — the difference is of the order of 10-20% [4]. According to knowledgeable in the economy of the USSR P. Gregory [48], according to the same biological method, collected 69 million tons a long time to figure harvest 69 million tons was official. It is operated by the digit Stalin and other Soviet leaders.

That all changed when the great work in the archives held American researcher M. Tauger. By studying the records of the harvested sent krestnami-individual farmers, collective farms and state farms, the statistical agency, Tauger come to the paradoxical conclusion. He calculated that, according to official figures, the Soviet Union had been collected only 50.1 million tons of grain — is significantly lower than give error "metrovku." It also lost about 19 million tons of grain. Question — what happened to the nearly 20 million tons of grain? This usually occurs during drought. In my book, I have analyzed the question — whether there was a drought. As Tauger, I came to the conclusion — the drought was not [37]. This is also seen archival materials.

Then Tauger suggested that since there was no drought, the crop has been damaged by pests of crops such as rust, smut, ergot, insects, rodents, etc. Tauger concluded (which at the time I believed implicitly) in Ukraine was a crop failure caused by a combination of unusual conditions, crop failure due to famine arose, which led to the death of 1,385 million.

At first I agreed with Taugerom, but then I realized that it is fundamentally wrong: famine in Ukraine as such was not. Indeed, according to estimates Taugera in 1933 collected 50 million tons, and in this supposedly evolved harvest hunger. If we divide the grain to the entire population of the USSR, the per person per year will have 300 kg of grain, or a little less than 850 grams of grain per day. This is more than enough to survive.

Strange — 35 million tonnes of grain harvested in the Great Patriotic War, famine did not cause [36] and 50 million tonnes of grain harvested in bins suddenly gave hunger. Then saved the potato. Why, then, Ukrainian farmers did not p
lant potatoes in 1932?

In his book, "Famine in Russia," I gave information about how to eat in the cities. There, too, ate a little more than 800 grams of grain per day. That is clearly not the village Soviet city devoured.

In the village, the situation should be much better if we take into account the fish, hedgehogs, groundhogs, rats, gerbils, dogs, herbs, fresh potatoes, etc. … all this wildlife and greens can be sedena. You can have all sorts of oak bark and roots — is unpleasant to the taste, of course, but to survive in this possible — indeed, a famine in Russia is not the first time and people who know what to do in such cases undoubtedly were — they are now, but about this reason, all is forgotten.

Eyewitness hunger M. Chisel [31] clearly describes a situation where there was famine after the food in their gardens, "By the end of May 1933 famine began to decline." He suggests that the government failed to "ensure the able-bodied members of the kolkhoz necessary food, so they can work."

From the center at the expense of suffering from hunger and regions of the Soviet Union during the period from March 19, 1932. on July 4, 1933 [Special Data folder of the Politburo of the CPSU (b)] in the Ukraine has delivered more than one million tons of grain and food. But the death rate in Ukraine was much higher. Also in 1933 (I wrote about this in his book [37]) of the USSR dramatically reduced grain sales abroad.

Moreover, the number of cattle only in Ukraine, but on the collective farm and peasant sectors of July 1, 1933. totaled 3.78 million head. This suggests that there is no catastrophic slaughter, when the desperate hunger of people eat everything.

I.Chigirinu [46] were able to establish that in the Ukraine in 1933 was produced large amounts of fish grown in ponds, and caught in the Black Sea and in the numerous water bodies. This protein-rich foods was also a good tool for sustenance.

So, not only in the Ukraine was not a lack of food, which could have lead to starvation, but even if it was the lack of food and the death of more than a million people came at a time when malnutrition was not there.

But once there was a bad harvest, it was not to be and hunger. Why did all declare famine? Why, then, in the given facts in 1933 in the Ukraine died from something further 1,385,000 people? Why are these strange discrepancies between the calculations of harvest, made Taugerom and the Soviet Government?

5. High mortality was not associated with infectious diseases

So, in the Ukraine in 1933, died additionally nearly 1.4 million people, but hunger was not to be. But if the death was a shortage of grain was not, then the question arises, why such a large number of dead people?

One reason for the increased mortality could be an overvoltage on agricultural operations. Indeed, it may well be that farmers have died after extra-heavy work. The farmers were dying right in the fields at work … May-June — a season of works. On the weakened body falling heavy loads. Of course, he does not stand up. What’s so surprising? But it is possible to drive a horse and a man not. He has another organization — although very rare cases are available (for example, after a marathon). No mass can not be here. There is another important point — the actual death from starvation before "maturation." Prolonged. In addition, this hypothesis does not explain why the majority of the victims swelled.
Contemporaries often report that farmers peretravilis grass and early fruit, leaving a hunger strike. However, in Leningrad often ate God knows what, but the edematous form of starvation (see below) are almost never met, as grain for flour was vyveyano and inspected by the state. But cachexia (dystrophy) was the most common.

People could "swell" from the forced use of surrogates. Here’s an interesting paper [16]. There indicated the following. Swell those workers who ate substitutes. One children ate dog meat. Obviously nobody freshness do not control it. Or children drinking fruit tea. As they were eating, too, no one monitored. The workers were given some bread and those who are simply hungry, do not swell. Citing the document, one of the anti-Stalinists pathetic, said: "Our compatriots were forced to have surrogates, carrion and dead bodies. They died million of this life." I answer — How it forced? You could just not have these surrogates. Why did the Soviet Union harvest was just over 30 million tonnes and there was no mass swelling. That is 20 million less than Tauger counted. A famine was not.

And in the Ukraine and the Russian Federation mortality from heart disease was greater than deaths from malnutrition and starvation. For example, in 1933 the Kursk died of 3417 men and 2805 women. From heart disease — 378, from exhaustion and malnutrition — 343 people. But Kursk in the center of the Central Black Earth region, which suffered from hunger.

We climbed into the archives, lists of the dead began to look into categories and found that malnutrition and from exhaustion, were two such nosological form of 58 clinical entities accounted for and causes of death, doctors have used for setting prochin mortality exhaustion and malnutrition accounted for less than 2%. They found the usual increase in all 58 nosological forms, but especially has increased the number of patients with liver.

Then we came to mind hypothesis Krasnov [35] that has been greatly increased infectious zabolevaemnost. P. Krasnov put forward the suggestion that deaths from starvation was small, but men died mostly from typhus epidemic. Unfortunately, the links that point to the presence of such large epidemics in the USSR at that time, the author does not. P. Krasnov wrote: "… in the years 1930-33. Swept through the territory of the USSR severe typhus epidemic scourge of the time and indispensable companion of mass migrations. Distinguish now died from typhus and famine is not possible, most likely a few hundred thousand people possibly up to 1 million. "

Consider this version. It might be true merle people from infectious diseases? In considering the causes of death in 1932-1933. particularly noteworthy: some researchers agree — the majority of people who died in the Ukraine, did not die from hunger, and from diseases that swept the population as a result of long-term malnutrition, as well as surrogates of food poisoning. When malnutrition is a weakening of the human body and decrease its resistance (immunity) to the action of pathogenic microorganisms and their toxic products. So, another factor behind the increase in deaths in 1933 in the Volga region, could become infectious diseases: typhoid, dysentery, malaria, etc.

According to the GPU of the Ukrainian SSR of 12 March 1933, "the mortality was significantly increased due to an epidemic which spread malaria tropica, which gives a large percentage of deaths due to extreme exhaustion of the population from starvation."

In a memorandum of Dnepropetrovsk GPU from March 5, 1933 states: "According to Novovasilevskomu area high mortality rate is, to a large extent, to the massive tropical disease malaria, which took the character of mass epidemics with many fatalities due to extreme exhaustion of the rural population from starvation.
We have registered 354 cases of poisoning from eating weeds, cotton seed waste from brewing grains apricots and cherries. Of this number, 42 poisoning, resulted in a fatal outcome. In Bolshelepetihskom area, by definition, the doctor, the symptoms of poisoning weeds (mishy and repy) stepped in a few hours and ended with his death in children over one day in adults for 3-5 days. "

We have to work off the assumption that there was a surge in the incidence of infectious diseases. Documents for 1933 show a sharp increase in mortality (2.5
times) from diseases of the digestive system. In the column "cause of death" appeared on: "bloody diarrhea", "gemorroynogo of bleeding due to the use of a surrogate," "poisoning zatiruhoy", "poisoning surrogate bread." Significantly increased mortality in relation to such factors as "inflammation of the intestines," "stomach ache", "stomach illness", etc. These were secret documents and are not intended for outdoor use and there was no reason to falsify records. Very detailed itemized reasons smetnosti. Total 58 reasons.

In the file cabinet TsUNKhU Gosplan available data on infectious diseases in the whole of the USSR and the Union republics for 1913, 1933, 1934 and 1935gg. "[41]. Disease: typhoid fever, typhus, smallpox, natural, measles, scarlet fever, whooping cough, diphtheria , dysentery and malaria. data by month. maxima, of course, in the summer, although the figures vary significantly by year. Entries in assembly books suggest the occurrence of outbreaks of epidemics of typhoid here and malaria. Kozhevina In the village (Lower Volga region) in 1933 81 of the 228 who died died of typhus and 125 — from malaria, The scale of the tragedy of the village by the following figures: in 1931 there died of typhus and malaria 20 people, in 1932 — 23, and in 1933 — over 200.

First, we checked the archives of what was then the death rate from infectious diseases, and what was the level of the most infectious diseases. Began to look and found a peak in 1933, but in 1934 the peak was, but there was no increased mortality. The incidence of dysentery in 1933 was even lower than in 1913, 1934 and 1935. In the Soviet Union there was an outbreak of typhus in 1933 (in 1934, the incidence has decreased by two times), dysentery — in 1934, malaria — in 1934, 1933 in the Ukraine rise in the incidence of malaria was in September 1933 that does not coincide with the peak of excess mortality [41]. Yes, the outbreak of typhoid and other diseases really was, but it is not nearly led to the death of a million people in the Ukraine in the summer of 1933.

In 1933, the incidence of malaria in Ukraine amounted to 239 people. 10 000. In the Russian Federation, it was 320.3. In Ukraine, there were 767 million cases of malaria plus 212 thousand patients with typhus. However, in 1934 the incidence of malaria in Ukraine amounted to 621.3 cases per 10,000 population. In the RSFSR that number was 472. In 1935 zabolevamost malaria began to decline, but exceeded the level of 1933 (572 and 465.3 respectively). So, in 1933, had malaria less than in 1934, incidence of some other infectious diseases also had a 2-fold higher in 1934 than in 1933 But such deaths from infectious diseases, which could explain such a high Excess mortality was not there.

In other words, we found no credible evidence that this infectious disease caused excess mortality. Moreover, viewing articles from "Medical business" for 1933, which was published in Kharkov makes a double impression. The general impression from all the material such that the authors and editors were heroes or guerrillas silent type (no one has ever let slip a word), or … (Afraid to say!) Hunger was not. Peace and quiet!

It is known that currently mortality from malaria is about 1-2% of cases. Assume that in 1933 was 5-10%. Then it turns out that due to malaria in the Ukraine in 1933 killed 100 or 200 thousand people. Even if we accept that from malaria and other infectious zabolevanoy died about 500 thousand people, that is 1 million people died of completely incomprehensible reasons. And in the months when there were no outbreaks of infectious diseases. If the total number of deaths to deduct further deaths from malaria patients from 1994915 in 1933, and deaths from other infectious diseases, it turns out that some of the events that came to be called called "hunger" upwards of a million people.

So, no malnutrition, no infectious diseases can not explain such high numbers of excess deaths.

6. It looked like starve?

In order to understand the causes of death of these people, you have to look at the features of appearance of the dead — they were swollen and there were so many, the information contained in the documents on the "Holodomor", recently declassified. [15] We have to look in the archives strictly confidential police reports at the time, which was reported for the dying. The phenomenon was massive, if not — the rage. On swelling write in their reports to Stalin and Khataevich Kossior.

Swelling starving 1932-33 year fixed everywhere, while dystrophy — a very, very rare. Meanwhile, the well-known cases of confirmed hunger are specific mass dystrophy. Most do not die, but lean, converted into living skeletons. Famine 1921-22 showed a massive dystrophy famine of 1946-47 — mass dystrophy, besieged Leningrad famine — too massive degeneration, prisoners of Nazi concentration camps — a total dystrophy. But the famine of 1932-33 somehow degeneration was not accompanied by — continuous swelling and death.

It would seem that, at the level of everyday consciousness swelling in hunger understandable — the water they drink. In 1921-22 the water did not try to suppress hunger? In the siege of Leningrad? And in 1946-47? Why then was it clear dystrophy?

The paradox of "famine" was reflected in the falsification of photos and manifested in forged photographs. In favor of the version of "famine" of 1932-33 are pictures of hunger in Povolzhe1921-22 years [3], the ones that were published in editions of 1922 in the foreign press.

It would seem that if the "famine" was such a universal phenomenon, it should be at least some pictures of starving, because in those days the camera in the Soviet Union was to become a mass commodity. After all, this is damning evidence — photographs for the "golodomortsev." We must just be a clinical idiot posting fake with a huge risk of being caught by the hand, having the fotodokazatelstva. The explanation for this is only one — original photographs "famine" does not exist. At all. And the available photos of that time and those places, to put it mildly, does not suggest a mass famine.

So most of the photos on display at the stands of the photo exhibition "Ukrainian Holocaust" is not portrayed Ukrainian famine of 1932-1933 and the Great Depression in the United States [13]. It was found that the exposure were 6 pictures, 4 of which were made in the United States, and 2 more — during a famine in the Volga region in the 20s. [38].

Previously, there were cases, when a starving Ukrainian peasants were given victims of hunger in 1921 in the Russian Volga region [19]. At exhibitions, a huge mass of photos is so named for the "famine" [17] in the Ukraine — is reprinting photos from publications F.Nensena "about the famine in the Volga region in the 20s." To illustrate the horrors of famine of 1932-33 used photographs taken in completely different places and at other times, such as in Austria-Hungary during the First World War, during the famine of 1920 in the Volga region, during the Great Depression in the United States. (Note that this modus operandi has asked Goebbels: picali picture of the Volga region "Kharkov cemetery in 1933" — and gets a good anti-Soviet propaganda material.). [2]

  • This is not a joke.  It seriously
  • This is not a joke. It seriously

This is not a joke. It seriously

Falsification "Holodomor" is still going on and take the form of spectacle is not even a criminal, but a sort of demented march backward clowns. So recently the Se
curity Service of Ukraine (!) Caught counterfeiting took place in Sevastopol exhibition "Ukrainian Holocaust" — photograph issued by fraudsters from Ukrainian special services for the photos "famine." Without batting an eye, the head (!) Of the Security Service of Ukraine — Valentin Nalyvaychenko acknowledged that "part" of the photographs used in Sevastopol on display on the Holodomor, were not authentic because the alleged Soviet times all (!) Photos from 1932-33 Ukraine have been destroyed, and now "can not find them with great difficulty and only in private archives." This suggests that even in the archives of the secret services are no fotodokazatelstv not. Well, that rule of "the state of Ukraine" is a forgery.

It’s clear that the absence of evidence shall be issued for a sign of a crime. So now things are in the clown pseudo-called "Ukraine". Clearly, no one is not something that has not gone on trial for fraud and forgery, as they should, but do not parted with the workplace.

In contrast to today’s variety of "Holodomor" exhibitions on real photographs of 1932-1933. There are no horrors and the hypothesis of "famine as genocide" is not something that they will not confirm — rather disproved. [2] Local pictures, disguised as "evidence" was found to contain the image lying on the ground drunk, just lean people, and so on.
Because counterfeiters and forced to dilute their fakes, and publishing real — to supply their signatures do not correspond to the image, and it is often contradictory.

Why no one has found any photos dystrophic farmers from 1933? Apparently, because of the lack of real pictures of emaciated peasants starved in 1933. Meanwhile, the photos famine of 1921-22, there are quite a few. And these photos of 1921-1922 used for the illustrations by famine contain exactly dystrophies. Therefore, something with the 1932-33 Holodomor not, something goes wrong with the organizers of hysteria. And they have to go to the forgery.

The fact that the gravediggers "Holodomor" can not find at least one photo where the peasants, fasted in 1933 would have been as dramatically depleted, argues that, in fact, deaths from starvation itself was minimal. Reports from the field clearly svuchit swelling of the victims. The number of dead from exhaustion Goradil less.

During the so-called "famine" in Ukraine in 1933, people did not die from exhaustion, and the disease, followed by swelling. As described in the reports from the field cases, the mass famine in Ukraine dystrophy is not particularly visible, but the swelling — the most visible sign. The word "swell" in the present description, the word "degeneration" — in much smaller numbers. Reports from the field is often written about the swelling, that is a very strong edema, notable not even a doctor. If you look at the NKVD reports of famine, it is noteworthy that the police, who clearly are not specialists in the diagnosis of edema, swollen immediately recognize people.

The main thing is that the numerous reports of swelling and death in Ukraine — no reports of pronounced dystrophy. Pictures illustrating the "Holodomor" made in 1921 in the Volga region, and during the First World War in Europe — not substantially identical to what could nasnimat in Ukraine. Criterion hunger — dystrophy. In the Volga region in 1921 and during the First World War in Germany — was. Explicit. And in Nazi concentration camps, and in the siege of Leningrad. But in Ukraine 1932-33 dystrophy was not.

More Sholokhov wrote to Stalin: "… now die from hunger collective and individual farmers, adults and children swell (swelling again! — SM) and eat everything they are not supposed to eat the man, starting and ending with the fall of oak bark and all sorts of marsh roots. "

Famine in Russia was a regular occurrence for hundreds of years, and people who know what to do in such cases undoubtedly were — they are now, but for some reason all of this is forgotten. So did people know what is.

Told me a few years ago, the village of Krasnaya: "My father was starving in North. Kazakhstan when he was 7-8 years old, in the beginning. 30s. Began to swell, but the swelling was not strong. He said it was not swollen, and very similar to the swelling. Yet he with her aunt and uncle told me that if there was a strong typhus epidemic — it wiped out a lot. Podi determine who died of starvation, and who from typhus. As it happened — the whole family fell ill with typhus, besides his father and his younger brother, all taken to the hospital, and they were left alone. parents were unconscious. When they returned, the children already swollen from hunger, swelling were not strong. This is they only moved into the city, but what they hunger in the village began in the 32nd I was told — the horses took and the tractor too late for sowing — heads have not calculated the distance from the train, and there were about 300 miles away. During this, they say, the secretary of the district committee then shot as harm

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