The Estonian Presidency of the EU has complied with the EU agenda, by the holding of the event entitled “European Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Totalitarian Regimes” whereby equating Communism with Nazism. We are not surprised as in the ex-Baltic Republics, after seceding from the Soviet Union through the counter revolution of 1989 of Gorbachev and Co; the bourgeoisie took over and anti-communism became the order of the day in all of these Baltic States.
We have also seen in recent times, the EU and US installing a Fascist regime in the Ukraine and the fragmentation of ex-Yugoslavia in the late 1980’s, through the connivance of NATO, and the Vatican. These attempts to put Socialism in par with fascism is has been going on for quite some time now. This however exposes the realities of today were Capitalism is a moribund system, thus it is attempting to make fascism look more palatable to the masses, as only through this Fascist revival the bourgeoisie can bring about hope for the survival of the Capitalist System and thus prolonging their hold on the political power that enslaves the working class to their system of capitalist exploitation.
Equating Communism with Fascism is an attempt to rewrite history in order to exonorate Fascisn and make the younger generations forget all the achievements Made by the Soviet Union between the 1930’s and the early 1950’s and of the great victory over Fascism in the Second World War with the Soviet Union giving the main contribution towards this aim.
Communism which is the end result of Socialism is for the betterment of the living conditions of the working masses while Fascism is for more profits for the wealthy few, thus it can never be on par with Nazism. The assumption that it is, is a complete lie that has to be jointly denied and strongly condemned. Only Socialism can bring hope to mankind to live in Peace and Freedom.