Joseph Stalin a Very Hungry Man
Millions Of children died from starvation during this genocide.
Ten million Ukrainians were starved to death as a result of the Holodomor Genocide between 1932-1933. Of the ten-million three were children, who suffered complete annihilation and mistreatment. Sadly, this genocide could have been avoided. While many may see the Ukrainian genocide as just a number, the significance of the genocide is still very much alive. There are many people alive today with the same mentality Joseph Stalin the leader of the genocide had. Greed, selfishness, and the lack of moral values acted as the fuel for this unfortunate event. Unfortunately, by the time it took for the genocide to end, many peoples’ lives were taken in vain. Through pure hatred and disrespect for fellow Ukraines the Soviet Union led by Joseph Stalin killed heartlessly.
Premature death, disrespect and greed were many of the few synonyms used to describe this unfortunate event. The way not only Joseph Stalin thought, but the way many people today think, act as the ammunition for many disastrous events that occur. Millions of people were killed within a one year period. Sadly many of them included children, met with an undeserving fate. Remember you have the ability to control any of your wrongful doings before they happen. Never fall victim to greed and the gluttony for another person gain.
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