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UCCLA
Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association: Non-partisan and not-for-profit group.
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Kateryna_Kruk Sep 18
Was going through CVs at work. One girl from Eastern Ukraine (Zaporizhzhya) caught my attention with these lines: Languages: Ukrainian- mother tongue; Russian- expert Interesting to see that although she's RU-speaking in life she doesn't consider RU to be her mother tongue
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Poland Daily Sep 17
On September 17th 1939, the Soviet Red Army invaded in accordance with secret protocol of the signed with Germany on August 23rd. The German and Soviet allies met in the city of Brest on September 22nd for a joint victory parade.
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Marcus Kolga Sep 18
The Central and Eastern European Council in Canada website, where a call for a boycott of Walmart and Amazon due to their platforms selling wear that glorified Soviet symbols was subjected to a DDoS, and strong arm hacking attack from servers based in Russia and Turkey.
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UCCLA Sep 18
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UCCLA Sep 18
New film looks at the story of Canada’s internment operations
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Інна Іванівна Sep 14
I am stomach sick when Stalin's concentration camps Gulags called 'compassionate', 'educational' institutions! How on Earth someone could say such atrocious thing! via
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Business Ukraine mag Sep 13
AP news agency has removed a reference to the Nazi-Soviet alliance following Russian objections. The Kremlin is acutely sensitive to reminders of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact and Moscow’s 1939 invasion of Poland alongside Hitler
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Darth Putin Sep 13
Da. Totally not allies. We just: -Signed pact with Nazis -Invaded Poland with Nazis -Had victory parade with Nazis -Signed German–Soviet Border & Commercial Agreement in 1940 to supply Nazis with war material -Sent Hitler note of congrats for swift conquest of France
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Bill Browder Sep 13
Even Putin apologists are getting exasperated by Putin's string of assassinations using poison. Russian columnist who usually sides with the FSB says "Even if Putin will never admit the Kremlin’s involvement, the evil series must end"
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Anne Applebaum Sep 10
this is...not accurate. not even close. no, the gulag was not "rehabilatory," or self-supporting, or educational. but that's just the tip of the iceberg. second time in a month I've had an opportunity to recommend a book on twitter:
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Jesse Zook Mann Sep 10
Replying to @lgbtqgold
Who told you this? Are you going to tell us how pogroms were actually kinda cool next? I am a leftist but if this is becoming a popular idea I am so out
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Marcus Kolga Sep 13
Dear my grandfather was forced into a GULAG camp. I made a film about it which is freely available to help raise awareness of this history against those who seek to deny it.
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UCCLA Sep 11
Last call! Order your Holodomor banner from the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Foundation today! Deadline for requests is Sept 20.
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Marcus Kolga Sep 10
4 Million Canadians of Central & Eastern European heritage are NOT happy w/ for selling merchandise that glorifies Soviet repression and occupation. How hard could it be to say "no" to crypto-Soviets?
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Marcus Kolga Sep 10
Walmart, Amazon Soviet gear boycott growing. : "Other countries which suffered at Soviet hands in the past, and those that fear Russian aggression now, should join the Lithuanian protest. So too should their allies."
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Armistice Films Inc. Aug 22
UN experts called on Russian authorities to immediately & unconditionally release Oleg Sentsov Our Film On in is The Official selection of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
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UCCLA Sep 10
“I was so fed up standing in the trench with water up to my waist that I said, ‘The hell with it' and started after the German army. My captain tried to shoot me because he figured I was deserting:” Filip Konowal to the . in 1956.
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Marcus Kolga Sep 8
Terrible news. Shame on for kowtowing to the Kremlin’s demands to silence Russian activists.
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Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Sep 8
"You wouldn't buy Nazi-themed clothing, would you?" Lithuania asks Walmart to stop selling clothing with Soviet hammer-and-sickle symbols.
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James Bartholomew Sep 8
Dear , This hammer & sickle T-shirt is as offensive as one with a swastika. Circa 100 million were executed, were tortured to death, died in terrible conditions in prisons and gulag camps or starved to death in Communist countries. Withdraw the shirt.
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