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Sunday, January 25, 2009


Have you experience being starved? Starvation can cause malnutrition to every human being, the prolonged starvation causes permanent organ damage and eventually, death. Eating in the right healthy food at the right time is very important to us, human. I experienced the last year rice problem in the Philippines; it worries us, Filipino because we can’t eat the exact meal every day without rice on our table. But have you heard about the mass hunger or as they also called great hunger that had million of victims throughout the Soviet Union in the year 1932 to 1933? The Soviet famine of 1932-1933 affected most major grain-producing agricultural areas of the Soviet Union, including Northern Caucasus, Volga Region, South Urals, West Siberia, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine. The Communist governments of the Soviet Republics siezed grains from the peasantry and exported most of their Republic's agricultural output to the West in order to sustain the rapid economic transformation - "Industrialization" and "Collectivization" - policy designed by Joseph Stalin. Golodomor as they called it, caused millions of peasants’ death because of what happened. In order to politicize the issue of 'golodomor' and attract as much world's attention as possible, the word 'golodomor' have been transformed into 'holodomor' making it looks and sounds like 'holocaust', and therefore, could be considered as genocide. You can check out more online about holodomor.

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