By Harun Yahya
A Critial examine on Communism written through writer of over a hundred and fifty books Harun Yahya together with photographs and protecting communism as an international move.
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Sometimes the Bolsheviks subjected these people to genocide. The policy of "de-Cossackization" begun in 1920 corresponds largely to our definition of genocide: a population group firmly established in a particular territory, the Cossacks as such were exterminated, the men shot, the women, children and the elderly deported, and the villages razed or handed over to new, non-Cossack occupants. "15 In every city they entered, the Bolsheviks killed those not open to their ideology and committed acts of excessive savagery intended to instill fear.
34 At the top of the list of those branded as kulaks were the clergy. 35 Collectivization had two major results: famine and exile. 56 COMMUNISM IN AMBUSH Famine Brought About by Stalin Like Lenin before him, Stalin intended to wield collectivization as a weapon against society. By collecting as much grain as he wanted from any section of the country, he subjected any people in those areas to starvation. Because Ukraine resisted Communism, it became the target of collectivization. This region suffered the greatest man-made famine in history, with a total of four million dying of starvation.
The poor and uneducated were easily persuaded to believe the lies of Communists who promised them bread and a comfortable life. The atheism fostered by Darwinism hardened Communist propaganda. This picture shows a group of Russian workers and peasants who became Communists within a few days, as a result of this propaganda. Leon Trotsky, military leader of the Bolshevik Revolution and the second most important man after Lenin. As leader of the Red Army, he led all of Russia into a bloody civil war.