A scholar and investigator from Russia used available census data from that first economic collapse and concluded Great Depression senselessly caused the unnecessary deaths of 7 million Americans. Included are these fascinating, heart-wrenching and damning excerpts:
“Famine killed 7 million people in USAâ€œ
“The material presented in the article apparently made Wikipediaâ€™s moderators delete the piece from the database of the online encyclopedia.
â€The researcher, Boris Borisov, in his article titled ‘The American Famine’ estimated the victims of the financial crisis in the US at over seven million people. The researcher also directly compared the US events of 1932-1933 with Holodomor, or Famine, in the USSR during 1932-1933.”
“Analyzing the period of the Great Depression in the USA, the author notes a remarkable similarity with events taking place in the USSR during the 1930s. He even introduced a new term for the USA â€“ defarming â€“ an analogue to dispossession of wealthy farmers in the Soviet Union. ‘Few people know about five million American farmers (about a million families) whom banks ousted from them lands because of debts. The US government did not provide them with land, work, social aid, pension â€“ nothing,’ the article says.”
â€œEvery sixth American farmer was affected by famine. People were forced to leave their homes and go to nowhere without any money and any property. They found themselves in the middle of nowhere enveloped in massive unemployment, famine and gangsterism.â€
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â€œAt the same time, the US government tried to get rid of redundant foodstuffs, which vendors could not sell. Market rules were observed strictly: unsold goods should always be categorized as redundant and they could not be given away to the poor because it could cause damage to businesses. A variety of methods was used to destroy redundant food. They burnt crops, drowned them in the ocean or plowed 10 million hectares of harvesting fields. â€œAbout 6.5 million pigs were killed at that time,â€ the researcher wrote.
So-called public works introduced by President Roosevelt became a salvation for a huge number of jobless and landless Americans. However, the salvation was only a phantom, Boris Borisov wrote. The works conducted under the aegis of the Public Works Administration and the Civil Works Administration were about building channels, roads or bridges in remote, wild and dangerous territories. Up to 3.3 million people were involved in those works at a time, whereas the total number of people amounted to 8.5 million, not to count prisoners.â€
â€œConditions and death rate at those works are to be studied separately. A member of public works would make $30, and pay $25 of taxes from this amount. So a person could make only $5 for a month of hard work in malarial swamps.â€
“The conditions, under which people were working for food, could be compared to Stalinâ€™s GULAG camp.”
â€œThe Public Works Administration (PWA) bore a striking resemblance to GULAG. The PWA was chaired by â€œAmerican Beria,â€ the Secretary of Interior Affairs, Harold Ickes, who threw about two million people into camps for the unemployed youth,â€ Borisov wrote. â€œHarold LeClair Ickes (1874â€“1952) later interned USAâ€™s ethnic Japanese in concentration camps. The first stage of the operation took only 72 hours (1941-1942).”
So do we go down in another act of collective American cowardice or do we finally get our Day of Reckoning for the Criminal Banking Cabal orchestrating yet ANOTHER collapse, a righteous surrendering of OUR stolen wealth back plus infinite reparations for this very real genocide, and criminal convictions since we have the rare admission entered now into the written record by contemporary Gangster Ben Bernanke:
Bernanke: Federal Reserve caused Great Depression
Fed chief says, â€˜We did it. â€¦ very sorry, wonâ€™t do it againâ€™