Today, 22 November 2014, marks the Holodomor Remembrance Day and the 81st anniversary of the Holodomor.
Since 2006 it takes place every year on the fourth Saturday of November. A minute of silence should be observed at 4:00 PM Eastern European Time (UTC +2:00). If this would be hard for you because of your time zone, a minute of silence at 4:00 PM local time is acceptable.
If you have a flag on your property, it should fly half-staff for the entirety of the day as a sign of mourning.
Let us pay tribute to the millions of innocent Ukrainian victims of the Jewish Bolshevik terror by sharing the story.
The Holodomor, from the Ukrainian “морити голодом” – to kill by starvation, was a deliberate Terror-Famine that took place in 1932-1933.
It was engineered by the Jewish Bolshevik regime specifically to annihilate the still largely European and nationalistic people…
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