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Remember Stalingrad: Russian Vets Open Letter to Merkel About NATO’s War

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from 21st Century Wire:

Six Russian veterans of the Battle for Stalingrad have written an open letter to the German Chancellor Angela Merkel concerning NATO and Washington DC’s current drive to ramp-up a proxy war between The West and Russia which is cynically using the Ukraine as their 21st century battleground to gain geopolitical dominance over the Eurasian heartland.

Perhaps the biggest reservation of these veterans who survived what is arguably the largest fields of bloodshed in World War II, is the fact that the US and NATO nations are allied with Nazi political leadership in Kiev. This is a story which the western media consistently refuse to acknowledge.

We thank Dr. Michel Chossudovsky and Global Research for originally publishing the translation to this letter.

Russian text of the orginal Russian letter can be found here

Translated from Russian by Tom Winter

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Every Museum desires to do educational outreach, and the Museum-Panorama of the Battle of Stalingrad is no exception.

(Visit its site here: http://www.stalingrad-battle.ru/index.php?option=com_content&view=frontpage&Itemid=)  

On January 22, the Museum hosted a Round Table discussion with actual survivors of the historic battle. These old soldiers, still resident in the Volgograd region, Maxim Matveyevich Zagorulko, Alexander Kolotushkin, Maria V. Sokolov, Mikhail Tereshchenko, Eugene F. Rogov, and Alexander Yakovlevich Sirotenko, in their late 80’s or even early 90’s, looked at the present world as well as at the past, and produced an open letter, a “letter of the living” to the Chancellor of Germany. The full text is on several Russian language sites. Their letter follows, in English…

Letter of the Living

To Mrs Angele Dorothea Merkel from the Veterans of the Stalingrad Battle

Dear Mrs Merkel,

Here in the 70th year after the victory over Nazism, we, veterans of that terrible war and participants in that most horrible combat, are aware that a spectre again is haunting Europe, a spectre of the Brown Plague. This time it is Ukraine that has become the nursery of Nazism, where from the fountainhead of an ideology in ultranationalism, antisemitism, and inhumaneness, there have come into practice rejections of other cultures, physical violence, elimination of dissenters, and murders motivated by ethnic hatred.

Before us there stand familiar pictures: torchlight parades, thugs in nazi-emblemed uniforms, upraised right hands in the Nazi salute, fascist processions with police protection through the center of Kiev, and the imposition, on certain people, of second-class status.

We have seen all this before, and we know where it leads.

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