Walter Duranty’s Pulitzer


In 1921, Walter Duranty -a New York Times reporter – moved to the Soviet Union.

While there he “documented” the glorious Soviet revolution, sending back propaganda pieces to dupe the idiotic American proles who were stupid enough to trust him.

His propaganda pieces painted glowing pictures of what life was like under a brutal progressive dictatorship, and implicitly called for the United States government to behave more like the Soviet government.

He did this for 12 years.

Among his many egregious crimes was lying about the deliberately engineered mass starvation (one Holocaust among many under the progressives; this one killed six million people:

In 1932 the Pulitzer committee rewarded Duranty with an award for his work.

At the time, the evidence was ample that the deliberate murder of an entire nation’s worth of individuals was underway, but some still tried to obfuscate it.

Sixty years later, with the collapse of the Soviet Union, there was no ignoring the crime, and no ignoring Duranty’s complicity.

In Nov 21, 2003 the Pulitzer committee bowed to pressure and investigated Duranty’s award. After six months of hard thinking they decided:

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Remembering Ukraine's Unknown Holocaust

Eric Margolis
The Sunday Sun, December 13, 1998

As Britain's socialist government cleared the way for a gaudy show trial of that Great Satan of the left, Chile's Gen. Augusto Pinochet, the 65th anniversary of this century's bloodlest crime was utterly ignored. Leftists now baying for Pinochet's head don't want to be reminded of the Unknown Holocaust.

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Lazer Kaganovich








Lazer Kaganovich, the son of Jewish parents, was born in Kabany, on 10th November, 1893. He worked as a shoemaker and joined the the Social Democratic Labour Party in 1911. A member of the Bolshevik faction, he took part in the October Revolution and afterwards became leader of the Communist Party in the Ukraine.

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