Originally Posted by Ljubuski
You obviously don't realize who you're talking to.
I don't need you or anybody else to explain to me anything to do with history or politics.
Well, excuse me, but I think it was you who claimed you don't understand something and I wrote an explanation. Since you obviously know everything, why did you post that in the first place?
Anyone who thinks '45 was a year of liberation in that part of the world is a Communist and vice versa for the other side about '41 or any other year that quelled free thought anywhere.
Hehe, keep them coming, man, you're hilarious. :dielaugh:
On a serious note, I am not a communist, never was and neither was anyone from my family. But I still know that history is not just black and white. It is not math. But if you wanna think I am communist, go ahead. I couldn't care less about what you think about me.
Democracy is the only way to ensure freedom and I say the revolutions sparked between 89-91 were the years of liberation for all of East Central Europe.
Those revolutions gave us freedom to vote and freedom of speech, true. But 1945 gave our people freedom from nazi and fascist terror, freedom to speak our own language on our soil and to be the masters of our own land. Walter is absolutely right, without 1945 there would be no 1991.