Lenin, Stalin and Hitler

The Age of Social Catastrophe

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Ha scritto il 20/03/09
I found it intriguing that the book actually suggests Lenin was as ruthless as Hitler and Stalin; at the time I bought the book, I was troubled by a question, 'Who was the evilest figure, Hitler, Stalin or Chairman Mao?' I tended to believe it was

Ha scritto il Mar 22, 2009, 15:57
Stalin's point about dividing Germany, which he repeated afterward in a completely different context, was based on his belief that the German national character was such that the country would quickly recover. They "were like sheep," followed orders ...Continua
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Ha scritto il Mar 18, 2009, 14:35
Stalin talked about preserving the peace, but he had no intention of having his actions "submitted to the judgement of the small powers." Churchill waxed poetic on the topic: "The eagle should permit the small birds to sing and care not wherefore ...Continua
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Ha scritto il Mar 16, 2009, 16:22
Ethic cleansing as proposed on this scale was deeply shaming after the fact. The cruelties were unspeakable, and the scale of the calamity proposed defies the imagination.
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Ha scritto il Mar 07, 2009, 15:53
These bare statistics do not hint at what these unfortunates endured.
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Ha scritto il Feb 16, 2009, 06:00
For Marxists, religion was the "opiate of the masses" in that it encouraged people to adjust to the world as it was, not struggle against it.
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