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Wed Apr 20, 2022, 05:28 PM

 

Doth Vladimir Putin Protest Too Much?

Exactly how old is the gymnast he's sleeping with?

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Neutered Goldstone Apr 2022 OP
world wide wally Apr 2022 #1
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Response to Neutered Goldstone (Original post)

Wed Apr 20, 2022, 05:39 PM

1. Like CST?

CST = Critical Stalin Theory

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Wed Apr 20, 2022, 06:21 PM

2. I knew Putin was fond of tossing around the pedophilia accusation

and always figured that's where TFG learned it and passed it on to his rotten party. It's pretty much the dead giveaway that the whole Q phenomenon has been turned over to Russian psyops.

However, there is still a labor camp museum out there, just one, called Perm 36. It's in the Urals at the very beginning of Asia

The whole labor camp system began under the Czars, who saw it as a way of developing the interior of the country. Stalin was the one who really saw the potential of a slave labor system and it didn't take much to get people shuttled into that system, cops had quotas to make every month. Russia was modernized on the backs of entire families, wives and little kids counting toward the quota total.

Maps of labor camps are enlightening, it wasn't just one camp near a mine or a forest, it was hundreds of them, packed tightly into each region of the country, wherever resources were to be extracted or building needed to happen. If prisoners survived overwork, underfeeding, and beatings, they could go home some day, which was the only thing different from other slave based economies. Most camps are now just ruins, cheap frame dormitories collapsing, the construction too shoddy to be robbed out.

Perm 36: https://www.sitesofconscience.org/en/membership/gulag-museum-at-perm-36-russia/

There are interactive maps of the Gulag system out there, most are in Russian. English site here https://bostonraremaps.com/inventory/1945-map-soviet-gulag/

There were so many camps that whole sections of Russia look like they have the measles when the camps are marked in red.

(Yes, I read Solzhenitsyn, but my interest was more piqued by an acquaintance who was a guest at one of those camps in the early 50s for having the temerity to suggest his satellite SSR needed a bit more in the way of home rule since the central government in the Kremlin didn't know what the hell they were doing. He was a single man and survived)




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