The Struggle continues!

The Struggle continues!

September 27, 2010

The “industry” of falsification at work, Article of the daily newspaper “RIZOSPASTIS”, organ of the CC Communist Party of Greece, Friday, 24 September 2010

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The General Attorney of Russia delivered yesterday to Poland 20 volumes with evidences about the execution of the Polish officers in Katyn. According to the statement of the Russian authorities Poland received in May 6 boxes with documents that weighed 72 kilos, as the first part of the document.

In that way the Russian bourgeois government contributes to the anti-communist and anti-soviet campaign unfolding in Europe. In this framework the execution of thousands of Polish officers in the forest of Katyn in 1941 is attributed to the Soviet authorities and not to the Nazi troops as numerous evidences prove (German bullets found in the dead bodies, the German rope used to tie the hands of the officers, the forensic reports which confirmed that the officers were murdered in autumn 1941 and not in 1940).

Besides, Goebbels himself refers in his memoirs to the evidence of the German bullets, that should be kept secret as it might lead to the collapse of the “Katyn” case which was set up by the imperialists after the defeat in Stalingrad in 1943 and was utilized particularly after the overthrow of socialism.

In fact, despite the empty words about the “6 boxes” of “72 kilos” and the “20 volumes” added, the sole document published with the signature of the leading cadres of the Soviet government has been declared forged by the experts committee. The very Russian authorities denied delivering the original document in the Constitutional Court during the trial against CPSU in 1993. At the same time the MP of the CPRF Victor Ilyuhin has denounced the existence of an industry of falsification of documents aiming at slandering the period when J. Stalin was at the head of the Soviet State.

Please note one detail: quite accidentally, the documents were delivered to the Polish Attorney at the time when Russia has asked the extradition of the Chechen separatist Akhmed Zakaye, who is now in Poland. Do the 20 volumes of forged archive documents weigh as his extradition to Russia?

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