Putin holds his own 70th commemoration at Moscow's Jewish museum

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2015-01-27 14:57

Above and below: Vladimir Putin speaks in front of a giant screen at Moscow's Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center during a ceremony to mark the 70th Anniversary of the takeover by the Red Army of the Auschwitz Complex facility where 7000 hospitalized inmates and a few hundred children remained with their caregivers.

Russian President Putin, bypassing the ceremonies in Poland on Tuesday, Jan. 27th, created his own Russian commemoration at the Moscow Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center. 

Attended by Russia's Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar and the orthodox Hasidic male community, Putin said just what Israel wants to hear and decried in a speech what he called "attempts to rewrite history," which is more than ironic considering all the false "history" put out by the Soviet Union--the very "history" Putin stands by as the "truth."

Main points of his speech:

  • Nazi Germany's crimes (including the holocaust) can be neither forgiven nor forgotten;
  • "Any attempts to hush up these events, to distort, re-write history are unacceptable and immoral";

  • "Banderites and other collaborationists and Hitler's henchmen were themselves involved in the destruction of the Jewish people, in the destruction of Jews in Lvov, Odessa, Kiev and other Ukrainian towns and cities";
  • "We continue coming across attempts at dividing humankind on ethnic, racial or religious grounds and demonstrations of anti-Semitism, Russophobia and aggressive intolerance of other ethnic groups, cultures and traditions";
  • "We all know how dangerous and destructive are double standards, indifference to and disregard for another man's fate" (drawing a parallel with eastern Ukraine).

There was no word about Soviet Russia's crimes, naturally.

Afterward Putin, Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar and the President of the Federation of Jewish Communities Alexander Boroda, visited an exhibit at the museum dedicated to the liberation of Auschwitz, and lit candles in memory of the victims of the Holocaust.

Putin supporters in the West who call themselves National Socialists and try to argue that Putin has a "secret agenda" to create a "National Socialist Russian state" are really deluding themselves. The man has never said anything different than what he is saying here, and he never will. He is a committed multiculturalist and a member of the Globalist elite.

Releases WWII documents

Putin also seized this opportunity to release 15 historic documents which had been hidden away in secret archives for decades, supposedly in response to a spat between the foreign ministers of Poland and Russia.

The documents include reports compiled by the Red Army officers and Soviet journalists, as well as a table that lists all of the nationalities of the soldiers who served in the First Ukrainian Front's 60th Army, which liberated Auschwitz. Among the trove are a number of reports detailing popular gratitude to Soviet leader Josef Stalin for their liberation. [LOL, I am so impressed -NOT. -cy]


Below: President Vladimir Putin poses with Russian Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar during Russian ceremony in Moscow on Jan. 27.