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The Socialist History Society, which is the successor to the Communist Party of Great Britain's Historians Group, is a subject that I have written about on a number of occasions over the past few years. The reason for this is the fact that group has historically been (and is currently) lead and dominated by jewish leftists such as Eric Hobsbawm and Nina Fishman (both of whom expired recently).
Its current president also happens to be a member of the tribe as does a third of its committee. (1)
Perhaps it is unsurprising, but in the latest edition of the newsletter (for December 2014) of the society. We find Francis King (the non-jewish and increasingly tubby editor of the newsletter) denying the Holodomor (the deliberate mass starvation of Ukraine by Stalin and his oft jewish cronies) by claiming that it wasn't a genocide at all and paradoxically asserting that the myth that it was is being used by Ukrainian nationalists to foment dissent and conflict with Russia. (2)
King in typical Marxist fashion wishes to deny the unfortunate fact that the followers of Marx have been responsible for all but 10 percent of Ukraine (to use his own figures) supporting the former Soviet governance of the Ukraine, because they killed millions by forcibly collectivizing the farms and foodstuffs produced by the Ukrainian people: moving said agricultural produce to Russia to be distributed there instead of to starving Ukrainians.
Sorry Francis, but nations don't forget when you kill millions of their people even if you claim it is for the betterment and advancement of humanity: nations are funny like that. They have a national consciousness and collective memory that you can deny the existence of, but you can't make disappear no matter how hard you try.
That is why the Ukraine will never again allow the imposition of a Marxist government and continues to resist Russian moves to dominate it, because the Ukrainian people have long memories.
(1) On this see: http://semiticcontroversies.blogspot.co ... -jews.html
(2) Socialist History Society Newsletter, Vol. 3, No. 4 (New Series: December 2014), pp. 2-3