Resolution ‘On European Remembrance’ passed by the EU parliament on 19 September 2019.
The EU parliament’s resolution justifies this repression by reference to the Non-Aggression Pact between Germany and USSR signed in August 1939 and claims that this makes the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany equally responsible for the carnage of the second world war.
It invokes the deaths that occurred in the Soviet Union in the decades before the Second World War to equate Communist and Nazi ideology as anti-human and totalitarian.
(It is therefore important to point out that the Soviet Non-Aggression Pact with Germany was signed by the USSR two weeks after Britain had refused to conclude a military treaty with the Soviet Union for mutual assistance in resistance to Nazi aggression.
It occurred eleven months after the British prime minister, Chamberlain had signed a non-aggression pact with Hitler, the Munich agreement, pledging the two countries never again ‘to go to war with one another’.
Nor should we forget, In the spirit of historical remembrance, why the Soviet Union signed the pact and its consequences for the peoples of Europe.
It saved Europe from fascism.
Without the two years of additional industrial-military preparation and the defeat of Japanese imperialism in Manchuria, the Soviet Union would not have been able to repel the inevitable Nazi attack and the USSR’s oil and mineral resources would have fallen under Nazi control.
It was only as a result of those two years that the USSR’s had the strength to defeat the industrial-military power of Germany.)
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