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Europe has long been condemning the communist regime, but none of the countries has gone as far as Poland, where a law was signed allowing people to be fined or imprisoned for keeping and buying communist symbols.
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Please google Molotov–Ribbentrop _Pact before defend Stalin here.
as a turkish,i know there are so many institutions and parties who have been financed by CIA and MOSSAD secretly.they will do everyt hing to destroy the heroic part of STALIN in world and russian history.without STALIN every russian women would have been raped and murdered by fascist german soldiers who were financed by usa,uk.usa wants russia like prostitute who would do anything for money.as a turkish i love STALIN and know very well STALIN was the second greatest leader in russian and world history
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