Noziegumi pret cilvēci

Marksisma_ideoloģijas_iedvesmotie_noziegumi_pret_cilvēci._Jaunpienesumi_vietnei_http://lpra.vip.lv

Kremlis atkal mobilizē Špīgelu 


 Franks Gordons, Okupācijas muzeja fonda padomes loceklis

Latvijas Okupācijas muzeja biedrība un Latvijas Okupācijas izpētes biedrība kopā ar 18 citām dažādu valstu institūcijām un organizācijām izveidojušas Eiropas Atmiņas un sirdsapziņas platformu, kuras mērķis ir palielināt sabiedrības informētību par Eiropas vēsturi un totalitāro režīmu veiktajiem noziegumiem.

Viena no platformas idejām ir, ka komunistiskā ideoloģija ir tieši atbildīga par noziegumiem pret cilvēci un ka nacisma un komunisma starpā pastāv būtiskas līdzības.

Maskavā šī iniciatīva izraisīja kārtējo žults izplūdumu. Varētu likties – kāds pamats histērijai? Nu jau divus gadu desmitus sirpi un āmuru nomainījis divgalvainais ērglis, un Krievijas likteņus vairs nenosaka PSKP CK Politbirojs. Bet nē, Vladimiru Putinu šī platforma, var teikt, izsit no sliedēm. Viņš taču joprojām uzskata PSRS sabrukumu par 20. gadsimta lielāko ģeopolitisko katastrofu… un “antifašistiskajam prettriecienam” atkal mobilizējis Krievijas senatoru Borisu Špīgelu, kurš vada t. s. starptautisko cilvēktiesību (?) kustību “Pasaule bez nacisma”. Intervijā Kremļa portālam “Voice of Russia” (“Krievijas balss”) viņš žēlojas, ka “Eiropa pārraksta vēsturi” un ka minētās iniciatīvas patiesais mērķis esot uzvelt bijušajai Padomju Savienībai līdzās Vācijai atbildību par Otrā pasaules kara izraisīšanu un – uzmanību! – “gūt iespēju izvirzīt materiālas pretenzijas pret Krievijas Federāciju”.

Lūk, kur tas suns ir aprakts! Baidās no prasībām maksāt neskaitāmus miljardus par nodarījumiem, ko pastrādājusi Padomju Savienība, kuras starptautiski tiesiskā mantiniece – būdama ANO Drošības padomes locekle ar veto tiesībām – ir mūsdienu Krievija.

Visi pārējie senatora Špīgela uzbrēcieni par fašisma draudiem Eiropā ir, piedodiet, bleķis. Viņš, piemēram, Latvijas Nacionālo apvienību, “kurai ir izredzes iegūt ministru portfeļus jaunajā valdībā”, dēvē par neonacistu partiju, acīmredzot apzināti jaucot to ar mikroskopisko grupiņu NS.

Murgainajam “Krievijas balss” rakstam ar Špīgela interviju īstā vieta ir papīrkurvī. Katram, kurš šaubās par to, vai staļinisms salīdzināms ar nacismu, ieteicams izlasīt vēsturnieka Timotija Snaidera grāmatu “Bloodlands” (Asinszemes). Tur viss ir kā uz delnas – drausmīgi fakti un satriecoši skaitļi. Manuprāt, Eiropas Atmiņas un sirdsapziņas platformas darbībā pienācīga vieta būtu ierādāma šīs grāmatas popularizēšanai.


Europe re-writing history

Europe has made a new attempt to rewrite history. In Prague representatives of public organizations from 13 European countries have signed the so called “Platform of European Memory and Conscience”, which declares equal responsibility of both the Nazi and the Communist regimes for the crimes that were committed in the 20th century, including, first of all, unleashing the Second World War.

The determination to put the sign of equality between communism and fascism is none other than an attempt by a number of European countries to whitewash the criminal regimes, which collaborated with Hitler and also an attempt to present all those with the help of which millions of peaceful civilians were killed as the “fighters against the Stalinism”. In an interview with the Voice of Russia Chairman of the international human rights movement “World Without Nazism” Movement Boris Spiegel, commenting  on the position of the participants of the above-mentioned action, said:

“Their main objective is to show that the former Soviet Union, equally with Germany, is to blame for unleashing the Second World War, so that later they will have the possibility to make property claims to the Russian Federation. However, the main thing here is the fact that today Nazism is acquiring new forms, and that the ideologization of the youth is exactly what served as a pretext for signing the previously mentioned statement in Prague.”

Among signatories to the previously mentioned “Platform” are the radical right sections of the population as well as  public forces that declared themselves spiritual and political heirs of collaborationists, of the  Waffen SS legionaries, of the Forest Brothers, of the Bandera supporters, and also of all those who collaborated with the Hitler regime. And the initiative itself has emerged amid the Nazification and radicalization of the public conscience the world over, historian Viktor Mizin says:

“Pro-fascist as well as marginal and conservative moods are strengthening in the world. And the murders of tens of innocent people in Norway offer proof of that. Europe which earlier invited migrants, among other things, due to its feeling of guilt for the colonial past, says more and more often today that it has become tired of foreigners. Apocalyptic pictures emerge – that soon a wave of migrants from the Arab East and from North Africa will destroy traditional Europe. As if it were a slow slipping down to the Middle Ages. It would not be good for such moods to strengthen.”

For xenophobia a pro-fascist ideology is the best breeding ground. Such moods are very popular in the Baltic countries. In the post-Soviet times none of the local Nazis was sentenced to prison terms there. On the contrary. In Estonia, for example, budgetary money is allocated for the support of Nazi veterans. In Latvia the Neo-Nazi Party has a good chance to get ministerial portfolios in the new government. And as regards Lithuania, it absolutely legally prosecutes all those who during the war fought against fascist collaborators. All the other post-Soviet republics, including Moldavia are not lagging behind either. Here and there laws are adopted either to dismantle a monument to the Red Armymen or to rename a local street and name it in honour of a Wehrmacht battalion as was the case de in a village in Ukraine where certain people wanted to give a new name to the Peace Avenue and name it in honour of the Nachtigall battalion.

Today the radical right sections of the population are determined to win as many people to their side as possible. The previously mentioned “Platform of European Memory and Conscience” that was signed in Prague unveils their plans to create history textbooks for schoolchildren and students. And their main objective is to inculcate the feeling of intolerance in the minds of young people towards all those who have sided with Nazism. And the main argument here is that Germany equally with the former Soviet Union is responsible for the horrors of war. Such a position is absurd, Russian human rights defenders say, because you can’t equalize those who sent people to the ovens at Auschwitz with those who saved them from them.

October 21, 2011 - Posted by | Vēsture

1 Comment »

  1. aizdevums
    Pieteikties uz personas vai uzņēmējdarbības aizdevumu 4% procentiem, sazinieties fastloanagencyinc2003@hotmail.com lai iegūtu vairāk informācijas.

    PIETEIKUMA nepieciešamā informācija

    Tavs vārds:
    Valsts un valsts:
    Mājas adrese:
    Dzimums:
    Vecums:
    Nodarbošanās:
    Kredīta summa nepieciešama:
    Aizdevuma ilgums:
    ienākumi:
    Mobilā tālruņa numurs:

    Mr.Eric Jefferson

    Comment by Mr.Eric Jefferson | March 1, 2013 | Reply


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: