Location: Espoo, Finland

Saturday, October 29, 2005


Sosiologian Vladimir Shlapentokh, Michiganin yliopistosta kirjoittaa 27.6.05 venäläisestä epäluuloisuudesta.
Vladimir kirjoittaa Stalinista : "For instance, he (Stalin) suspected Viacheslav Molotov of being an English spy, and saw his wife Polina Zhemchuzhina as a Zionist agent. He also mistrusted ordinary people, regarding each Soviet individual as a potential traitor, deserter, or at best a thief. He bore a special doubt about the loyalty of peasants, Jews and the intellectuals from the national republics, Ukraine in particular. He ultimately mistrusted his own wife and the legion of their relatives, most of whom he sent to the Gulag."


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