Putin’s expansive rhetoric offers little guidance as to where his real intentions lie

“I need Ukraine“, wrote Hitler, “so that no one can starve us again, like in the previous war. As historian Timothy Snyder notes in his book, Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning, Ukraine had to provide the Lebensraum, or living space, that Hitler needed for the expansion of the Third Reich. Ukraine’s “black soil” is chernozem, a particularly fertile soil of which it owns a quarter of the global supply.Ukrainians have no consequences – just “amorphous masses” being disposed of. reason when necessary.

The tornado masses suffered a catastrophic famine in the early 1930s, which Ukraine has since declared a genocide, and would suffer another famine soon after the war. Ukraine’s losses in the war against Germany (fighting the Red Army) exceeded those of Great Britain, France, and America combined. The grandfather of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy, a Jew, was among the Ukrainians who fought in the Red Army; His father and three uncles were killed in the Holocaust, among a million and a half Jews murdered in Ukraine.

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