Friday, May 7, 2010

Dmitry Medvedev Slams USSR

Russia's President admitted that the former government of the Soviet Union was Totalitarian and robbed it's people of basic human rights.
In a move likely to remove him from the A-List of Liberal parties world-wide, Medvedev stated: ""Stalin committed a mass of crimes against his own people" "And despite the fact that he worked a lot, and despite the fact that under his leadership the country recorded many successes, what was done to his own people cannot be forgiven," and described the USSR as a Dictatorship.

It's funny that I never thought of this before, but why haven't the defenders of the "Poor and Oppressed" been demanding this apology as fervently as they demanded that America apologize for all of the horrible things perpetuated by our own government. (Note: The article states that "human rights advocates" have been after them for years to admit this type of thing. I guess that is one more strike against our media that I don't recall hearing any complaints.)

I know, I didn't think of it because there is no way the "defenders" on the left would point fingers at a Socialist Utopia. 

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