Holodomor Victims Remembrance Day

Today, we remember the victims of Stalin’s genocide of over 10-million Ukrainians between 1932 and 1933. Yet another reminder of the evil and brutality of communism.

Holodomor Victims Remembrance Day is held on the fourth Saturday of November, at 4:00pm, the memory of more than 10,5 million Ukrainians killed during Stalin’s genocide is commemorated with a moment of silence and lighting of candles.

The genocide in Ukraine is known as the Holodomor and took place ninety years ago between 1932 -1933. Millions of children died in an artificial famine. This crime was ignored by the United States, as it formally recognized the Soviet Union in 1933.

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  1. Tell it to those who still openly identify as communists. Not even as socialists, but as communists.

    The Holodomor alone should have made Russia resolve NEVER to harm Ukraine again. Obviously, that did not happen, just as it did not happen with Russia’s relationship with Cuba. We’re talking intrinsic perversity.

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