Updated: Jul 7, 2018
By HuWhite Lion
Hollywood is set to release yet another film about the Holocaust called “Operation Finale.” This time, the subject is Adolph Eichmann. Eichmann was an officer in the SS who was tasked with facilitating and managing the logistics involved in the mass deportation of Jews to ghettos and concentration camps.
Per the Wikipedia page “List_of_Holocaust_films”, since 1940, there have been 172 narrative films and 186 documentary films about the Holocaust. Obviously, this doesn’t include the numerous shows, songs, articles, books, memorials, etc. dedicated to bringing awareness of the Holocaust.
The Bolsheviks (AKA Communists) who overthrew the Russian government in 1917 are estimated to have systematically starved, tortured and slaughtered between 20 and 66 million White Russian Christians. Even if you take the most conservative estimate of 20 million, that’s more than 3 times the number of Jews murdered by the Germans according to the mainstream narrative. And, what the Bolshevik’s ACTUALLY DID to the White Russian Christians was far more sadistic than any portrayal of Nazis by even the most hyperbolic, Hollywood hack.
To better understand the atrocities committed by the Bolsheviks during and after the 1917 revolution, I recommend these two quick reads:
2. A Sea of Blood: The Truth about Bolshevik Russia: https://glaringhypocrisy.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/A-Sea-of-Blood.pdf
Given all of this, you would think that the average person should be at least as aware of the term Bolshevik as they are of the term Nazi, but that is simply not the case.
If you google “Bolshevik Revolution films” and then click on the Wikipedia category that comes up (because there is no dedicated Wikipedia page, only a category if you search which becomes “Russian Revolution”) there are 26 total films, most of which are incredibly obscure.
So, in the name of social justice, fairness and equality, we need a whole bunch more movies about the Bolsheviks. According to my calculations, we need somewhere between 500 and 1000 films. Filmmakers, it’s time to get to work.