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More people murdered because of Communism than Nazism

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Growing up I often heard about the mass murders carried out by Nazim (Adolf Hitler of Germany) but very little about the mass murders by Communists - if it was by a Communist it was more focused on the person rather than the ideology.

 

I often wondered why there was (is) such hesitancy to point out the nefarious acts of the Communists.

 

 I viewed the video below and think Dennis Prager correctly gives the reasons why.

 

 

 

What do you think?

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12 hours ago, Faber said:

Growing up I often heard about the mass murders carried out by Nazim (Adolf Hitler of Germany) but very little about the mass murders by Communists - if it was by a Communist it was more focused on the person rather than the ideology.

 

I often wondered why there was (is) such hesitancy to point out the nefarious acts of the Communists.

 

 I viewed the video below and think Dennis Prager correctly gives the reasons why.

 

 

 

What do you think?

This is true, it has been estimated that Russia has exterminated more Jews than Hitler did. Right after WW2 Russia started throwing Jews into gulags that amounted to a death sentence. Throughout the Balkans there are mass graves for Jews and other unwanted people, that Russia just didn't want to bother moving them. Still today, there is little respect for life there.

 

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