Russia is an Uncivilized Monstrosity
An exhibit opened last week in Berlin, Germany, whose purpose is to confront the people of Germany directly with the active support — indeed, adoration — given by their ancestors to the maniacal regime of Adolf Hitler. The New York Times reports:
As artifacts go, they are mere trinkets — an old purse, playing cards, a lantern. Even the display that caused the crowds to stop and stare is a simple embroidered tapestry, stitched by village women. The household items had Nazi logos and colors. The tapestry, a tribute to the union of church, state and party, was woven by a church congregation at the behest of their priest.
The same exact thing, of course, was true of Russians during the time of Stalin, and Stalin ended up murdering far more people than Hitler ever dreamed of doing. But instead of facing up to their hideous past as Germans are doing, Russians prefer to rewrite their past with absurd lies and misdirections, and now Russians are weaving new tapestries of exaltation to Stalin and his ilk. Indeed, they’ve even elected a proud KGB spy from the Brezhnev era as their “president.”
Russia is a barbaric, uncivilized nation. Not only is Russia incapable of acting like Germans, who are building one of the most peaceful, stable and prosperous civilizations on the planet by honestly confronting their failed past and reforming, Russia is moving in the opposite direction, rehabilitating its failed past by simply rewriting the history books so it can attempt the horror all over again.
Only last week it was announced that Russia was making common cause with the demonic ruler of Venezuela, helping him to achieve military domination of his country and to develop dangerous nuclear technology, just as Russia has done for the equally deranged leader of Iran. Russia is seeking to rebuild an evil empire and is acting just as it did in Soviet times, just as Germany did under Hitler. Unlike Germans, Russians have learned nothing except bitterness and denial from their failed past, and therefore they are, of course, doomed to repeat it.