I have decided to translate a short extract about one particular and terrible experience the Dutch people had under Nazi German occupation during WWII.
On a day of cold rain and biting wind, around 15 people concerned about the neo-Nazi ‘Maidan’ regime gathered in the Holland Park area of
Citizens of the USSR have the right to maintenance in old age, in sickness, and in the event of complete or partial disability or loss of the breadwinner. This right is guaranteed by social insurance of workers and other employees and collective farmers: by allowances for temporary disability: by the provision by the State or collective farms of retirement pensions, disability pensions, and pensions for loss of the breadwinner: by providing employment for the partially disabled: by care for the elderly and the disabled: and by other forms of social security.’ (Article 43)
Unless translated into English, reliable knowledge of this type of crime within the Austral-Hungarian Empire before, during and after WWI (1914-1918) is difficult to acquire.
he red colour of the flag is a symbol of the heroic struggle (and blood) of the Soviet people as led by the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU) in the project of building Socialism and Communism. The hammer and sickle refers to an unshakable alliance between the working class and the collective farm peasantry.
The British working class should work to expose Churchill’s anti-Socialist attitudes and support all non-White people in their condemnation of his racist attitudes.