World War II deportations (5) - “СТАЛИНСКИЕ ДЕПОРТАЦИИ” (5)
With the “Stalin deportations” we come full circle with the “Stalin repressions.”
The latter were Nazi-directed (with the undoubted support and collusion of the “democratic” imperialist secret services) atrocities directed at undermining the booming Soviet economy (during a world-wide capitalist depression!) with the emphasis on cruelly inciting mass disaffection, especially among ethnic minorities in the USSR.
As such, the Nazi-agent repressions in the USSR were aimed at preparing the groundwork for internal revolt to coincide with the war initiated by the Nazis and other fascist governments against the Soviet Union in June, 1941.
After the Nazi agents in the НКВД were found out, tried and executed, there was little opportunity for the Soviet government to remedy the mass injustices that had occurred and to redress the legitimate grievances of the affected populations. Further bolstering the economy – especially the country's defense capabilities – was by far the most urgent task. This was a matter of life and death. For the Soviet people as a whole.( Collapse )