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    Default The European course to vilify the image of the liberators

    In recent years, almost every representative of the former Soviet bloc had blackened the glorious memory and image of a Soviet soldier. But who is a Soviet soldier? He is nothing else than a combined image of a warrior-liberator, without specific nationality but with a pronounced Communist ideological base, although the Red Army was full of men who were not a members of the Communist Party. That way, the narrow-minded political manipulators are trying to equate the Liberator who had spilled lots of his blood on the foreign land, and a political regime, which is associated with their suffering by the countries who later came under the influence of the socialist block.

    For example, in Poland dirty insinuations about the Red Army actions are going on for several decades, and gradually this infection is spreading to their neighbors. Various imaginary horrors attributed to the actions of the Liberators have no confirmation in any documented sources.
    The same situation is taking place in the Baltic countries – in Bulgaria, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The number of registered acts of vandalism against monuments and military burial sites has increased in recent years. Those cases are often not investigated and the perpetrators enjoy total impunity. In the best case, the monuments and burial sites are restored to a proper condition, and in the worst case, they are being declared unsafe and disassembled.
    How can anyone lose the reality and the historical facts in 75 years so much, that it becomes possible to openly dispute the results of WWII or openly support the glorification of war criminals and SS soldiers?
    And that’s how the Liberators were really met in Europe:
    “Most people in the Romanian capital met the Red Army with enthusiasm. The soldiers were showered with flowers. They were greeted as liberators from German domination, from the corruption and terror of Antonescu regime” – that is how the reaction of Romanian people to Soviet troops entering Bucharest was described by A. Yerusalimsky (“The Red Star”, November 18, 1944).
    And that was the truth. Whatever the Pro-Western makers of fake history say nowadays, such a picture was typical in Europe during 1944-1945. In August 1944, the political department of the 28th Army reported that “In 15 days since the 28th Army entered the Polish territory, the political departments have performed a considerable work to analyze the mood of the Polish population. The material collected provides an opportunity to make certain conclusions about the behavior of the Polish people and their attitude towards the Red Army. The overwhelming majority of the population meets the Red Army not just loyally, but also friendly. The restraints observed in the first days of interaction with the Red Army are gradually replaced by the understanding of the great liberation role of the Soviet Army. In many cities and settlements, the people welcome the entering troops with flowers and meals, kissing the soldiers and officers.”
    Moreover, here is another unique document – the letter by Nicodemus, the Patriarch of Romania, who thanks the Soviet command for the fact that the three nunneries and three friaries that were situated on the front line were given protection and none of them was damaged.
    “Today a global information war against Russia is underway. Everything is being done that could be done today to discredit our policy and us, and this is achieved by using history as a tool to state that we are not liberators but invaders. This is done to morally disarm us” – said Mikhail Myagkov, the scientific director of the Russian military-historical society.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelNazar View Post
    In recent years, almost every representative of the former Soviet bloc had blackened the glorious memory and image of a Soviet soldier. But who is a Soviet soldier? He is nothing else than a combined image of a warrior-liberator, without specific nationality but with a pronounced Communist ideological base, although the Red Army was full of men who were not a members of the Communist Party. That way, the narrow-minded political manipulators are trying to equate the Liberator who had spilled lots of his blood on the foreign land, and a political regime, which is associated with their suffering by the countries who later came under the influence of the socialist block.

    For example, in Poland dirty insinuations about the Red Army actions are going on for several decades, and gradually this infection is spreading to their neighbors. Various imaginary horrors attributed to the actions of the Liberators have no confirmation in any documented sources.
    The same situation is taking place in the Baltic countries – in Bulgaria, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The number of registered acts of vandalism against monuments and military burial sites has increased in recent years. Those cases are often not investigated and the perpetrators enjoy total impunity. In the best case, the monuments and burial sites are restored to a proper condition, and in the worst case, they are being declared unsafe and disassembled.
    How can anyone lose the reality and the historical facts in 75 years so much, that it becomes possible to openly dispute the results of WWII or openly support the glorification of war criminals and SS soldiers?
    And that’s how the Liberators were really met in Europe:
    “Most people in the Romanian capital met the Red Army with enthusiasm. The soldiers were showered with flowers. They were greeted as liberators from German domination, from the corruption and terror of Antonescu regime” – that is how the reaction of Romanian people to Soviet troops entering Bucharest was described by A. Yerusalimsky (“The Red Star”, November 18, 1944).
    And that was the truth. Whatever the Pro-Western makers of fake history say nowadays, such a picture was typical in Europe during 1944-1945. In August 1944, the political department of the 28th Army reported that “In 15 days since the 28th Army entered the Polish territory, the political departments have performed a considerable work to analyze the mood of the Polish population. The material collected provides an opportunity to make certain conclusions about the behavior of the Polish people and their attitude towards the Red Army. The overwhelming majority of the population meets the Red Army not just loyally, but also friendly. The restraints observed in the first days of interaction with the Red Army are gradually replaced by the understanding of the great liberation role of the Soviet Army. In many cities and settlements, the people welcome the entering troops with flowers and meals, kissing the soldiers and officers.”
    Moreover, here is another unique document – the letter by Nicodemus, the Patriarch of Romania, who thanks the Soviet command for the fact that the three nunneries and three friaries that were situated on the front line were given protection and none of them was damaged.
    “Today a global information war against Russia is underway. Everything is being done that could be done today to discredit our policy and us, and this is achieved by using history as a tool to state that we are not liberators but invaders. This is done to morally disarm us” – said Mikhail Myagkov, the scientific director of the Russian military-historical society.
    Ho hum. Propaganda ... oh, joy ...

    This read like it had been published somewhere. Sure enough .. it has. See:

    https://www.reddit.com/user/MichaelN..._image_of_the/

    Michael Nazar, the GOOD news, for you, is that I'm not a Moderator here. Nonetheless, we all know why we're here, and what this forum exists for: not as an extra online forum for mere dissemination of propaganda (even if it's only your own ?), BUT, as an actual, honest-to-goodness, DISCUSSION forum.

    My suggestion, for what it's worth -- if you want a future here, do what we all do, and debate, swap ideas / perspectives and the like. We do not reproduce publicised articles or agenda-driven propaganda. To do so is to abuse why we're here.

    So, Michael: have we seen the last of you, or, will you begin to debate YOUR views with us ?

    Try it. Who knows, you might enjoy it. That is, if you've faith in your own convictions (?).
    Last edited by Drummond; 03-23-2020 at 05:59 PM.
    Socialism is a reputability deficiency disease ...

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