How does a country get past a 27-million-massacre by Nazi psychos?



Today Russians celebrate the 77th anniversary of the “Victory in the Great Patriotic War.”

That number of 27 million could be much higher. Some estimates take the military dead from 8 million to 14 million, at least, including MIA/POW soldiers.

To this day it may be impossible to meet a Russian person whose family has not been impacted by loss caused by the massive atrocities of Adolf Hitler’s Nazi psychopaths.

Monday, May 9 2022 Moscow Victory Day Parade

Monday, May 9 2022 Moscow Victory Day Parade General Shoigu, Minister of Defence, salutes Vladimir Putin after completing his inspection of the ranks. From this point, President Putin begins his speech. The full text is below. (Sergei Kuzhugetovich Shoigu is a Russian Minister and army general who has served as the minister of defence of Russia since 2012.)


 

“Knowing about the WWII slaughter of 27+ million Russians by the Nazis it should not be difficult for anyone to understand that Russians inherently despise Nazis and their holocaust denials,” suggests Alona Adamovich, an ethnic Russian-Jew born in Ukraine and since 2013, working for The RINJ Foundation in the Donbass region.

Vladimir Putin on Russia’s ‘Special Military Operation’ in Ukraine 24 February, 2022: “Its goal is to protect people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide—for the last eight years. And for this we will strive for the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine,” Putin said, specifically referring to the people of the Luhansk and Donetsk republics in the Donbass geographic area of Ukraine during an address on television. Often this remark is quoted outside that context by American media but not by the rare independent journalists.

Israeli security analyst Simon Baldock, former IDF officer, was interviewing Luhansk fighters defending their homes in Donbass on the day when Vladimir Putin made his speech about the denazification of the region. FPMag asked Mr. Baldock for his observations today on Russia’s 9 May 77th Victory Anniversary.

When Vladimir Putin said he would seek denazification of Ukraine in the Donbass region, it was after hearing many years of reports of death and destruction in the  Luhansk PR and Donetsk PR regions by American backed Nazi battalions.

“Putin did not get anything wrong. His message was directed to the peoples of Donetsk and Luhansk in the form of a quasi-apology. Vladimir Putin admitted that the Kremlin had been remiss in not heeding the pleas of Denis Pushilin and  Leonid Pasechnik , leaders of Donetsk PR and Luhasnk PR respectively, and that doing so now was probably long overdue. He said he would finally acknowledge as states the Luhansk PR and the Donetsk PR, “something that should have happened long ago,” Putin said, and added that he would deal with the Nazis who have been shelling and attacking by other violent means the 8 millions of ethnic Russians in the Luhansk and Donetsk republics. That is a truth the American media has never spoken,” said Mr. Baldock.


“Anyone who denies that Ukraine has a severe Nazi problem has been brainwashed  vehemently by Biden’s sick American propaganda and has never been to Donbass. America has been shelling the people of Donbass for some eight years using American supported and American armed Azov Nazi militia,” agreed Dale Carter of The RINJ Foundation from Luhansk.

Fists night on Rostav Region of RUssia for DOnetslk PR refugees fleeing their homes

Refugees from Donetsk PR and Luhansk PR assemble in the Rostov Region of Russia for their first night away from home. Each person has been issued with funds and many will be moved to the homes of Russian families seeking to host their ethnic Russian confreres from the Donbass region where these people, now refugees, have faced steady genocidal acts since 2014 against them by the US-backed Ukrainian regime comprised of mercenaries, Canadian soldiers, American Soldiers, and Nazi militia troops. Photo Credit: Erik Romanenko/TASS

“I have nothing against Russian nationalists, or a great Russia,” said Dmitry, a Nazi member of the Azov brigade, as we sped through the dark Mariupol night in a pickup truck, a machine gunner positioned in the back. “But Putin’s not even a Russian. Putin’s a Jew,” he said back in 2014. Photo submitted by RINJ Humanitarian worker in Mariupol. Photos obtained from a Chechen soldier in Mariupol on his smartphone.

 

The end of World War II was achieved partly by the people of what is now the Russian Federation, say neutral historians.

 

Monday, May 9 2022 Moscow Victory Day Parade

Monday, May 9 2022 Moscow Victory Day Parade Live Photo Capture, Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

Monday, May 9 2022 Moscow Victory Day Parade

Monday, May 9 2022 Moscow Victory Day Parade Live Photo Capture, Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

Speech of the President of the Russian Federation to some 11 thousand people (with their 131 units of military equipment) taking part in the military Victory Day parade.


Dear veterans!

Comrade soldiers and sailors, sergeants and foremen, midshipmen and ensigns!

Comrade officers, generals and admirals!

I congratulate you on the Great Victory Day!

The defense of the Motherland, when its fate was being decided, has always been sacred. With such feelings of genuine patriotism, the militia of Minin and Pozharsky rose for the Fatherland, went on the attack on the Borodino field, fought the enemy near Moscow and Leningrad, Kyiv and Minsk, Stalingrad and Kursk, Sevastopol and Kharkov.

So now, these days you are fighting for our people in the Donbass. For the security of our Motherland – Russia.

May 9, 1945 is forever inscribed in world history as a triumph of our united Soviet people, their unity and spiritual power, an unparalleled feat at the front and in the rear.

Victory Day is near and dear to each of us. There is no family in Russia that was not scorched by the Great Patriotic War. Her memory never fades. On this day, in the endless stream of the “Immortal Regiment” – children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of the heroes of the Great Patriotic War. They carry photographs of their relatives, fallen soldiers who have remained forever young, and veterans who have already left us.

We are proud of the unconquered, valiant generation of victors, that we are their heirs, and it is our duty to keep the memory of those who crushed Nazism, who bequeathed us to be vigilant and do everything so that the horror of a global war does not happen again.

And therefore, despite all the disagreements in international relations, Russia has always advocated the creation of a system of equal and indivisible security, a system that is vital for the entire world community.

In December last year, we proposed to conclude an agreement on security guarantees. Russia called on the West to an honest dialogue, to search for reasonable, compromise solutions, to take into account each other’s interests. All in vain. The NATO countries did not want to hear us, which means that in fact they had completely different plans. And we saw it.

Openly, preparations were underway for another punitive operation in the Donbass, for an invasion of our historical lands, including Crimea. In Kyiv, they announced the possible acquisition of nuclear weapons. The NATO bloc has begun active military development of the territories adjacent to us.

Thus, a threat absolutely unacceptable to us was systematically created, moreover, directly at our borders. Everything indicated that a clash with neo-Nazis, Bandera, on whom the United States and their younger partners staked, would be inevitable.

I repeat, we have seen how the military infrastructure is unfolding, how hundreds of foreign advisers began to work, there were regular deliveries of the most modern weapons from NATO countries. The danger grew every day.

Russia gave a preemptive rebuff to aggression. It was a forced, timely and only right decision. The decision of a sovereign, strong, independent country.

The United States of America, especially after the collapse of the Soviet Union, started talking about its exclusivity, thereby humiliating not only the whole world, but also its satellites, who have to pretend that they do not notice anything and meekly swallow it all.

But we are a different country. Russia has a different character. We will never give up love for the Motherland, faith and traditional values, the customs of our ancestors, respect for all peoples and cultures.

And in the West, these thousand-year-old values, apparently, have decided to cancel. Such moral degradation became the basis for cynical falsifications of the history of the Second World War, inciting Russophobia, praising traitors, mocking the memory of their victims, erasing the courage of those who won and suffered the Victory.

We know that American veterans who wanted to come to the parade in Moscow were effectively banned from doing so. But I want them to know that we are proud of your exploits, your contribution to the common Victory.

We honor all the soldiers of the allied armies – the Americans, the British, the French – the participants of the Resistance, the brave soldiers and partisans of China – all those who defeated Nazism and militarism.

Dear comrades:

Today, the militia of Donbass, together with the fighters of the Russian Army, are fighting on their own land, where the combatants of Svyatoslav and Vladimir Monomakh, the soldiers of Rumyantsev and Potemkin, Suvorov and Brusilov, fought the enemy, where the heroes of the Great Patriotic War – Nikolai Vatutin, Sidor Kovpak, Lyudmila Pavlichenko fought to the death.

I am now addressing our Armed Forces and the Donbass militia. You are fighting for the Motherland, for its future, so that no one forgets the lessons of the Second World War. So that there is no place in the world for executioners, punishers and Nazis.

Today we bow our heads before the blessed memory of all whose lives were taken by the Great Patriotic War, before the memory of sons, daughters, fathers, mothers, grandfathers, husbands, wives, brothers, sisters, relatives, friends.

We bow our heads before the memory of the martyrs of Odessa, who were burned alive in the House of Trade Unions in May 2014. Before the memory of the elderly, women and children of Donbass, civilians who died from ruthless shelling, barbaric strikes of neo-Nazis. We bow our heads before our comrades-in-arms, who died the death of the brave in a righteous battle – for Russia.

A moment of silence is announced.

(Moment of silence.)

The death of each of our soldiers and officers is a grief for all of us and an irreparable loss for relatives and friends. The state, regions, enterprises, public organizations will do everything to provide such families with care and help them. We will provide special support to the children of the dead and wounded comrades. The Presidential Decree on this was signed today.

I wish the wounded soldiers and officers a speedy recovery. And I thank the doctors, paramedics, nurses, medical staff of military hospitals for their selfless work. A deep bow to you for fighting for every life – often under fire, on the front line, not sparing yourself.

Dear comrades:

Now here, on Red Square, soldiers and officers from many regions of our vast Motherland stand shoulder to shoulder, including those who arrived directly from the Donbass, directly from the combat zone.

We remember how Russia’s enemies tried to use bands of international terrorists against us, tried to sow national and religious enmity in order to weaken and split us from within. Nothing succeeded.

Today, our fighters of different nationalities are together in battle, covering each other from bullets and shrapnel like brothers.

And this is the strength of Russia, the great, indestructible strength of our united multinational people.

Today you are defending what your fathers and grandfathers, great-grandfathers fought for. For them, the highest meaning of life has always been the well-being and security of the Motherland. And for us, their heirs, devotion to the Fatherland is the main value, a reliable support for the independence of Russia.

Those who crushed Nazism during the Great Patriotic War showed us an example of heroism for all time. This generation of winners, and we will always look up to them.

Glory to our valiant Armed Forces!

For Russia! For victory!

Hooray!

Thousands of military persons respond in unison.