I bring up this book because the title “Trotsky’s White Negroes” fits the description of what the Soviet Gentiles were. They were his slaves. The labor camps were for exploitation of the “Slavs”, using them for slave labor. They were exactly slaves, slaves of the modern era. Slavery was supposed to be abolished in the 19th century with the end of slavery in the US, but it actually was not because the camp system, and the NKVD, were designed to feed slaves into these labor centers. It would be good to know what percentage of the population was enslaved by the communists.
It’s hard to believe that people don’t have mental trauma from that time. Surely, the Russians etc must have memories or knowledge of what actually happened. If Westerners have access to the information, wouldn’t Russians have the same knowledge?
It seems that Russians don’t speak of this horror much, as far as I am aware. Why is that? If anything, they seem to think they are the victims of the Nazis and not the Jews, the Jewish Bolshevik communists.
It might be media manipulation but that’s the impression I get.
With regards to Russians I have come across, either they don’t discuss communism much, or they like to talk about Hitler and the Nazis.
Some Eastern Europeans actually hanker after communism.
Could it because most of the survivors are collaborators of that period? Or the offspring of the collaborators? This could explain the reluctance of Russians to discuss the subject.
Also, the horror of that period may make them reluctant to talk about it. People were terrorized for speaking out about these kinds of things, so I suppose the most prudent, who avoided these subjects, survived. Therefore, society becomes like this – not wanting to deal with the past. It’s hard to say.
Trotsky’s White Negroes: The Censored Holocaust Paperback – May 12, 2016