GOOD… Woe to those who call good “evil” and evil “good”
Here’s a colloquy a friend and I had (I’m in italics):
I find it amusing that countries that supported Hitler in World War II, along with all fascism’s atrocities, now feel by losing that war they’re somehow “victimised” by having been on the defeated side. The side of evil! Go figure!
Then, there was NO “betrayal of the Cossacks”… how can traitors be victims? After all, Russia REFUSES to rehabilitate P N Krasnov’s turncoats to this very day. Is that who you’re talking of?
Legally, this is where Russia stands in re P N Krasnov:
In accordance with the conclusions of the Chief Military Prokuratura, the Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation refused to rehabilitate P N Krasnov on 25 December 1997. His conviction was according to the facts, so he isn’t a subject for rehabilitation. This will apply to all appeals on his rehabilitation.
No one can sue me for stating that P N Krasnov was a traitor in Soviet times and remains one today. He was an odious pig who took up arms against his own people, in the interests of racists who considered all Slavs, not merely Russians, as subhumanity. That is beyond all comprehension and forgiveness. Krasnov was a man eaten alive by hate. Anyone who adulates him as a hero is my opponent, and I say such openly. One can see why Victor Potapov is an evil man… he’s an apologist for traitorous and treacherous scumbags… on top of that, he works for the Anglo American enemies of the Rodina. There was no “betrayal of the Cossacks”… traitors they were, and traitors they remain. After all, they wore the uniform of the SS, a criminal organisation. They willingly marched under the racist Nazi banner. I wrote this earlier about these soulless haters of the Rodina:
You may honour heroes of the Motherland such as S A Kovpak or you may honour traitors to the Motherland such as S A Bandera or P N Krasnov. They’re mutually exclusive. By the way, the Council of Atamans of the Donsky Voiska refused to support the rehabilitation of Krasnov; RF Gosduma Deputy (and Don Cossack Ataman) V P Vodolatsky said, “The fact of his collaboration with Hitler during the war makes any idea of his rehabilitation absolutely unacceptable to us”. In 2008, the Russian government ordered the removal of a “memorial” to Krasnov on the grounds that it glorified fascism (a wise and good decision). You may stand with the truthful Donsky Cossacks or you may stand with the liar Victor Potapov… it’s up to you.
I stand by all the above and no one can sue me for it. Let history judge.