Communist criminals in Eastern Europe trying to escape justice.
Posted in the Spokane Forum
#1 Mar 11, 2013
Lustration, the phenomena of non-violently purging members of the former communist regimes all over Europe has been seen as a more humanistic approach to dealing with previous criminals in the communist governments, the police, their informers and other accomplices. And the stakes are HUGE.
For example , people were sent to the Gulag because someone found their girlfriend/wife pretty and wanted her. Clearly, in many situations the "informer" must have later on approached the spouse of the victim. Even if the original report of crime was genuine, the situation was not.
Imagine if a cop arrested you with 1 pound of cocaine in your trunk, which you knew nothing about, then sent you to jail for 10 years, THEN in the meantime married your wife or so. You think this is unreal?? Yes!! it IS!!! At the same time, we all know OUR police is not perfect, WHEN PLACED UNDER INTENSE SCRUTINY EVERY TIME THEY SRCEW UP!!
Many years ago, I was chatting up a girl in my original country. She turned out to be incredibly sensitive about even telling me about her grandparents and I suspected she may have war criminals in her family and just glossed over it. I later found out her mother had come here from Poland in the 50's. Turned out her family originally came from Lwow,(now Lviv) in western Ukraine. Grandfather was shot at the age of 14 by Sovjet NKVD (14 was considered adult) and they were then shipped to WESTERN Poland, in the new areas that was previously occupied by germans. From there, her parents later escaped to the free world and she grew up in a country in Europe without communism.
NOW, the former communists are to be kept secret. Even the name of the original people are STILL not revealed. All in sake of "getting along".
So the modern leaders in Eastern Europe have opted to "black list" former communist members from seeking public office. A LAUGHABLE way of dealing with true grievances in order to pretend everything is fine. And the demands of the people for justice is so willfully ignored that vigilantism is, to some people a necessity in order not to go mad over injustice!!\
Currently, we have a sizable population from the Eastern Europe here. I have family members that were shipped to Siberia, allegedly over reading the wrong papers. Their offender was never identified and is now, probably dead. However, my family's property, legacy, existence and history in the East is destroyed and those accountable are walking around us, often with a smile on their face. Hundreds of former victims are in Spokane and we have all been conditioned to think that this injustice will never owe up to itself. It doesn't help that the United Nations doesn't care about anyone who have been victims of communist oppression. I can trace family line to our homeland for more than 300 years, yet the scum who took that property and gave it to others got away with it and we got no restitution.
America, being a nation of laws and justice would not put up with this. Can you imagine people in the US being killed simply for "the wrong" background and then the victims relatives being told 30 years later to "forget in sake of unity"?? People were murdered over oppressive communism even into the 90-s and the communist police have even tried shredding archives.
This is delayed justice, but, as all justice surfaces by time, so will this one. The KGB archives in the Ukraine is gradually being declassified. Increased prosperity and civil rights in the Ukraine WILL lead to more successful litigation over declassifying MORE documents. Tens of thousands of people are now ACTIVELY involved in justice finding it's place. Our justice will not be the one of communism with mobs, show trials or torture. However, not a single soul who took part will escape once justice is done! I know 90+ year olds that have wowed to stay alive until justice is seen and we will honor them!!
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