The Man who Exposed Communist “Human Meat Grinder”

via HK published on August 4, 2008

The Man who exposed the horrifying tales from Communist Russia under Joseph Stalin, The biigest mass murderer in the history of Modern world passed away today.


Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the Nobel laureate penned the horrors he witnessed in the slave labour camps under Communist regime of Stalin.


Solzhenitsyn’s novels and non-fiction works exposed the secret history of the vast prison system that enslaved millions.


His famous works include “Gulag Archipelago” published in 70’s shocked the world by describing the savagery of the Soviet state under the violent ideology Marxism.


The Gulag was , He wrote –


“ The “human meat grinder” for processing whar Stalin sneered at as “wreckers, vermin and enemies of the people” who allegedly sabotaged Soviet progress to the worker’s paradise “


He wrote Stalin forced Soviet citizens to choose one of three roles: tyrant, traitor, prisoner… in which a close observer of Communism practiced in Kerala and

West Bengal

can sense the soberness of those warning.


Still Stalin is decorated as their Ideal and can see the portrait of the tyrant in Communist party offices and walls in Communist strongholds.


In their study classes Stalin is portrayed as the Messiah of Labours and Peasants, everything else which stems from truth are dubbed as the Yankee Propaganda!


Now the whole world know the Communist Regime in

Soviet Union

were not colourful as propagated by their Multi Coloured propaganda Monthlies like ‘



’ or “Soviet Woman” which were common in the houses of a Keralite.


Now the whole world know the Communist Gurus Stalin and Mao are the two biggest Mass murderers and Hitler can claim only third position if one has to take stake of their brutalities.

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