Fox/News Documentary on Communist/Genocide Crimes

Date: Thu, Jan 21st, 2010 12:10:09 am   Author:

A major focus of the show will be on the forgotten holocaust/genocide in Ukraine that occurred in 1933 and was planned by the Communist government of the Soviet Union.An estimated 8-10 million people died as a result of this little known catastrophe because it has been covered up by Communists and their supporters in the media.  Dr. Taras Hunczak, Professor Emeritus at Rutgers University will be one of the guests of Glenn Beck for this show. He is an expert on Eastern European studies and The Great Famine or Holodomor as it is called in Ukraine.

Information on this show can be found here:

With the fall of the Soviet Union, many records of the former KGB have been discovered by the current Ukrainian government and made public. As a result, there is irrefutable evidence as to the scope and cause of this atrocity, and who the responsible parties were, starting from Stalin, on down. The result of this historical documentation, is that the Ukrainian government recently brought the matter to court in Ukraine successfully, and there are calls from the current President of Ukraine for a Nuremburg 2, to deal with all the crimes of the Communist era in Eastern Europe, so that they see the light of day, and are not forgotten.

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In addition to Dr Hunczak, author and Director, Edvins Snore will be discussing his film, "The Soviet Story", which will be featured prominently in the show. This is an excellent film and well worth seeing, as well as sharing with others. More information on the film can be found here:

If you do not get Foxnews, or cannot watch it on a VCR or DVR, then Foxnews can be watched live on line at:

or after the show, as a recording online at

More information on the Ukrainian Famine of 1933 can be found here:

and is documented in the definitive book by Robert Conquest, "The Harvest of Sorrow"


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