Latvia: Year of Horror, 1940 – The Year Assimilated Jews Turned on Their Neighbours

Here is the jewpedia version:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Holocaust_in_Latvia

And what is our fate now?

Historical Tribune


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Latvia: Year of Horror. is an highly illustrated, chronological eyewitness and documented account of the suffering the Latvian people endured at the hands of the Jewish-Bolshevik invaders and, the assimilated Latvian-Jews, who, in the summer of 1940, began a slaughterous oppression with the arrival of the Jewish Red Army.

It all started on the 15th of June 1940, at 2:30am, when the NKVD raided a Latvian Boarder Post, then with the Red Army invasion of the Latvian Territory and occupation of Riga, on the 17th of June, 1940. Latvia’s terror started at once with the mass arrests, murders and/or deportations of its leaders to far regents of Bolshevik Russia, as revolutionary criminals were released from Latvian prisons, to assist the Red Army and replace the slain and deported in their positions. It followed later with thousands of Latvians…

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4 thoughts on “Latvia: Year of Horror, 1940 – The Year Assimilated Jews Turned on Their Neighbours

  1. Kevin MacDonald has done a lot of research and writing on the Jews. He makes the case that the Jews use the perpetual victim assertion or claim to divert attention from their nefarious schemes. The problem for all host societies and for the world at large is that with these Jews it is always a zero sum game. They win at our expense. They will call me “anti-Semite” for daring to speak or write this.

  2. I corresponded with him a bit, and read his Culture of Critique about the jews. I have yet to be called anything regarding this blog. Maybe someday I’ll have the “honor.” Hahahaha!

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