I was born under the Nazi occupation of Belgium, in the Russian
emigration that had fled communism.
In my post, I show that communism was a bloodthirsty and brutal
regime which, in order to overcome a considerable resistance of the
people, had to resort to a brutality that is unique in history and
reflects the size of the opposition it wanted to crush.
I assert that the occupation of France by the Nazis, which is often
considered as terrible, was in fact softer than the communist
occupation of Russia and that no en masse uprising ever took place
there, in spite of external support to the Resistance movement. (...)