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Haunting images show Russian 1920s famine

Posted by Conspiracy Cafe on July 7, 2018 at 7:15 PM


A Russian couple sell human body parts on a market. People of Russia began to eat and sell human limbs due to the food struggle during the Russian famine of 1921


The Russian famine of 1921–22, also known as Povolzhye famine, occurred in Bolshevik Russia


Began in early spring 1921, lasted through 1922 and forced peasants to resort to desperate means to survive


Civil war and Lenin's policy of seizing food from peasants caused the devastating man-made famine


Around 30 million people affected and around five million died but haunting record of their suffering remains




This photo taken in 1921 shows a family stricken by famine in the Volga region, Russia, during the Russian Civil War


The desperation of Russian peasants facing starvation during a famine that gripped the country in the years after the revolution is revealed by these haunting pictures of human heads for sale.


More than five million people died during the catastrophe, which began in 1921 and lasted through 1922.


In one photo, a couple stand solemnly in their thick winter coats behind a table laden with children's body parts, including two heads.


Russian communist revolutionary Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, better known as Lenin, had been in charge of the country since 1917. In a chilling disregard for the suffering of his fellow countrymen he instructed food to be seized from the poor.


Lenin's Bolsheviks party believed peasants were actively trying to undermine the war effort and by taking their food away it reduced their strength.


The famine was able to take root with ease due to the economic problems caused by World War I, five years of civil war, and a drought in 1921 which led to 30 million Russians becoming malnourished.


As Lenin declared 'let the peasants starve', the result was to force them to resort to trading human flesh on the black market.




An armed man guards the storage of crop and emergency supply grain for the year 1934 in this documentary photograph displayed at an exhibition in kiev, dedicated to Holodomor, the great Ukrainian famine of early 1930s


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So if anyone tries to tell you about the virtues of communism, share the lesson plan. Notice the only one with the gun is employed by the state to guard the grain while people starve to death. For those of a mind we offer a prepper page. Hillary Clinton and her ilk offer lessons in spirit cooking so you can relish human flesh even in the good times. There's a great push on for the guns you know. The world is being set for another great adjustment. Get the picture straight in your mind so you know what you'll face. The founding fathers understood full well the dangers in the world. The private possession of firearms was a trivial matter by comparison to the great danger of the collectivist mind.


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