Question

What is the "Holodomor" about?

What is the "Holodomor" about?

Answers

It's the Ukrainian genocide of 1932-1933. My people were told to give up their food to feed the starving people somewhere in Russia. It was a blatant lie, the famine in Russia was exaggerated. Some of my relatives died because of it, and my grandmother still believes that this wasn't genocide. That's a shame.

#1

Bolshevik (Jews) starvation of millions of Christian Ukrainians.

#2

That's where the phrase "You can't make an omlette without breaking some eggs." came from....truly, truly a nasty nasty phrase. They figure about 10 million people starved to death after they closed the borders.

My grandmother said they should have killed the bear when they had the chance.

#3