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Soraya Manato: “Left celebrates genocidal Stalin and disrespects victims”


“The left repeats 50 times a day: ‘Genocide! Genocidal! Genocidal!’ My party, the PTB, filed a representation against the deputy Jandira Feghali [do Partido Comunista do Brasil, PCB]in the Ethics Council, because she posted a very interesting card, which shows an image of [Josef] Stalin with his finger up and the phrase: ‘Look at the sky, my love. See how he Stalindo’ — Stalin with the ‘do’ at the end. These people use this term ‘genocidal’ without respecting the people who were victims of genocide and their descendants. This is a big disrespect. In the list of the biggest genocides in the world, in tenth place is the dictator Pol Pot. Between 1975 and 1979, he wiped out 20% of the population of his country, Cambodia. He killed 1.7 million people. In ninth place comes the infamous Stalin. He killed, in 1945, 1.5 million to 2 million people. In eighth place comes the Ottoman Empire, where, between 1915 and 1923, they killed from 2 million to 2 million and 700 thousand people. In seventh place is Bangladesh, where, in 1971, 3 million were killed. In sixth is the Belgian King Leopold II, who, in the Belgian Congo, in 1890, killed 8 million people. In fifth place is the Mongolian Tamerlane, which killed 17 million people in the 14th century. In fourth place is Hitler, who killed 20 million people in Europe. In third comes Stalin, that person that MP Jandira Feghali celebrates and values ​​so much, who, between 1930 and 1940, killed another 25 million people in the Soviet Union. Second is Genghis Khan, who in the 13th century killed 40 million people in Mongolia. In the very first place is Mao Tse-Tung, who killed 70 million people. I find it disrespectful to people who were victims of genocide.”

(Soraya Manato, federal deputy for the PTB of Espírito Santo.)

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