How Kremlin blames the West for WW2

How Kremlin blames the West for WW2

📺We have gathered the evidence of Kremlin media denying the role of Soviet Union in starting WW2, aiding Nazi Germany and the significance of the secret protocol of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact.🤥Instead they create alternative history by blaming Western countries, particularly Poland (!) and whitewashing the atrocities of USSR, when it was in agreement with Third Reich for two years.Here are some real facts from the invasion of Soviet troops in Poland in 1939:📌 320,000 Polish prisoners of war were captured by the Red Army📌 150,000 Polish citizens perished under Soviet rule during the war📌 NKVD killed 22,000 Polish military personnel and civilians in the Katyn massacre📰As part of our campaign #StopPutinsParade #NeverAgain we posted evidence from old newspaper clippings that showed Germany and Soviet Union signing an agreement, where the latter would have to supply the former with goods worth 430 mln reichsmarks; Hitler congratulating Stalin on his 60th birthday several month into the war and, most importantly, blaming the West for inciting the war against “peaceful Germany”.

Geplaatst door Hybrid Warfare Analytical Group op Vrijdag 8 mei 2020

We have gathered the evidence of Kremlin media denying the role of Soviet Union in starting WW2, aiding Nazi Germany and the significance of the secret protocol of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact.

Instead they create alternative history by blaming Western countries, particularly Poland (!) and whitewashing the atrocities of USSR, when it was in agreement with Third Reich for two years.

Here are some real facts from the invasion of Soviet troops in Poland in 1939:

  • 320,000 Polish prisoners of war were captured by the Red Army
  • 150,000 Polish citizens perished under Soviet rule during the war
  • NKVD killed 22,000 Polish military personnel and civilians in the Katyn massacre

As part of our campaign #StopPutinsParade#NeverAgain we posted evidence from old newspaper clippings that showed Germany and Soviet Union signing an agreement, where the latter would have to supply the former with goods worth 430 mln reichsmarks; Hitler congratulating Stalin on his 60th birthday several month into the war and, most importantly, blaming the West for inciting the war against “peaceful Germany”.