esmaspäev, mai 01, 2006

1. mai ja kommunismi ohvrite mälestamine

Catallarchy nimelises blogis on traditsiooniks saanud 1. mail mälestada kommunismi ohvreid ja nii ka tänavu:
Contrary to the promises of ideology, nations whose governments pledged to create a workers’ paradise usually became places of rampant slave labor. The plight of the less fortunate became even less fortunate. Today, we chronicle a small part of their lives.
Blogipidajad on kogunud kümmekond artiklit erinevatelt kirjutajatelt, mis valgustavad kommunistlike reziimide koledusi:
- How Many Did Stalin Really Murder? by guest writer Professor R. J. Rummel
- A Forgotten Odyssey by guest writer Romuald Lipinski
- The Road To Hell Was Paved With Bad Intentions by guest writer Professor Bryan Caplan
- A Different Kind of Soviet Labor Camp: Solzhenitsyn’s The First Circle by guest writer Clara Magram
- In The Proletariat’s Paradise by guest writer Romuald Lipinski
- The Berlin Wall by Randall McElroy
- Trofim Lysenko: Ideology, Power, and the Destruction of Science by Matt McIntosh
- The Treatment Of Homosexuals Under Communism by Rainbough Phillips
- Re-Education In Vietnam by Jonathan Wilde
- The Winter War by Randall McElroy
- Remembrance by Jonathan Wilde
Viited kõigile artiklitele on ilusti koondatud siia.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonüümne said...

Kapitalismiohvreid on rohkem, palju rohkem, miljoneid kordi rohkem, miks neist sa ei kirjuta.Pursuid imevad rahva verd ja kui need protestima hakkavad, siis tehakse neist praegugi terroristid.

2. mai 2006 10:50  
Blogger Jüri Saar said...

Aga näited, kuhu jäid näited? Me "pursuid" ju ometigi enda kuritegusid ei tunnista. On vaja ühte julget hinge, kes varustakse meid näidetega.

2. mai 2006 16:55  

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