42261 - As far as the Stalinists are concerned, every resistance is fascist one

N. Lygeros
Translated from the Greek by Athina Kehagias

As far as the Stalinists are concerned, who don’t obtain much of a vocabulary, any democratic resistance is characterized as fascist one.
Consequently the problem is not for an explanatory answer to be given, but for new questions to be set.
For example, what is the name of someone who still denies the existence of the Genocide of the Greeks of Pontus eventhough it has been formally recognized by the Greek state in 1994?
How is the one questioning the existence of the Genocide of the Ukrainians, which took place in 1932 and 1933 called?
What is someone who is even now promoting Stalin’s plan named, whereas Russia itself has scraped every statue of the ex-daddy?
Which category will we place in someone who is nostalgic of the Soviet Union whereas Russia has rejected it?
How do we interpret the fact that there are still supporters of an ideology which committed crimes against Humanity?
In other words what else do they expect in order to change their minds?
All of this context is quite clearly a stalinic one, but what’s good is that in Greece the Stalinists don’t of course obtain the effectiveness of their derivation source, and they battle with their incompetence and their backwardness to convince us that they have discovered a new way of dealing with social problems and national issues, but all that in vain of course, because we are history knowledgeable.

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