In my video. It is by Vyacheslav Nikonov, the grandson of Vyacheslav Molotov. I hope browsers and YouTube will allow translation.
While making my video I accidentally misspoke about Vyacheslav Molotov as Mr. "Nyet" ("No"), while the real Mr. Nyet was, of course, Andrey Gromyko.
But in general, this is what I had to say today, because when you read commentaries by Russians under Nikonov's video (posted today) and see 21,000 upvotes--it is a reason to think deep about the history and its real lessons, especially against the background of the bizarre behavior of the US "elites" and a powerful article by Russia's Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov published in no less than The Washington Times (wow!). Here is what he had to say:
We are currently witnessing a cynical policy of distorting the historical truth. The memorials to victors of fascism are demolished in Ukraine, the Baltic States and Poland. There is a self-evident desire to erase the memory of the deed of the Soviet soldier-liberator, whom they try to put on equal footing with Hitler’s executioners. It got to the point where some Eastern European countries regularly host marches to honor the punitive S.S. divisions, whose hands were stained with the blood of hundreds of thousands of civilians, including the elderly, women and children. These disturbing trends affect the United States as well. Belittling the decisive USSR contribution to smashing Nazism and excluding our country from the victors in World War II have become a common practice.
Read the whole thing. It is an important piece. In related news, Larry Johnson teaches Whoopi Goldberg about racism. I doubt she will learn anything because she doesn't understand the nature of racism. She will not get why The Saker called Russians (correctly) as viewed by many in D.C. "white niggers". James Clapper is on record, that we (Russians) are subhumans.