11 March, 2021

Solzhenitsyn on Nationalism

Posted by Socrates in Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Bolsheviks, book selections, books, Jewed philosophy, jewed politics, Marxism, Socrates, Soviet holocaust, Soviet Union at 2:23 pm | Permanent Link

“Before the camps (i.e., the gulags), I regarded the existence of nationality as something that shouldn’t be noticed — nationality did not really exist, only humanity. But in the camps one learns: if you belong to a successful nation you are protected and you survive. If you are part of universal humanity — too bad for you.”

— Alexander Solzhenitsyn, in his book “Two Hundred Years Together” (2002). (Thanks to several honest and truthful comments made by Solzhenitsyn in the book regarding Jews and Bolshevism, an authorized English translation of the book is not scheduled for publication until 2024. Unauthorized copies are floating around, e.g., Here, a .PDF file).

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