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You won’t see such news on politically correct outlets for dummies that prefer to sing their everything-is-fine mantras even facing the red brute.

So-called “veterans” – old commie thugs of Usol’sk Gulag branch (Usol’lag) gathered together with their successor whelps to celebrate 75th anniversary of Soviet GULAG death camps.

“In January of 1938, at Usol’sk ITL NKVD of USSR, traditions were established – those which are important in our days as well” – said Sergey Erofeev, one of red  thugs.

There was a concert and ceremony in Solikamsk FSIN (russian penitentiary system, in fact successor to soviet GULAG).

Built in 1938, the Usol’lag was considered one of the harshest Gulag camps. From the first group of prisoners (most of whom were political ones) nearly half had died soon after arrival – as a tradition of Gulag, inmates were forced to build their own camps in the middle of frozen wilderness.

During Soviet occupation of Baltic States, thousands of its native inhabitants were sent to this camp. Only several hundred of them survived. Many representatives of russian German minority were imprisoned there as well.

Such things as Gulag anniversary are far not uncommon in the country of eternal communism where stuffed bolshevik corpse is a state relic and small-time KGB lackey is a president. However, there was neither international nor internal condemnation for red thugs who got so mad from impunity that they celebrate their unholy days not only in their ex-Gulag shithole, but all over the world already. Like so-called “victory day”, for example.

Glorification of criminals is the essence of russian propaganda. Butchers, murderers, rapists and looters are praised like “veterans” and “heroes” by official propaganda and all ruskies – from last yokel to president. Like country, like heroes. As it was said by Dr. Sergei Melnikoff (MFF), each nation is choosing its symbols according to value of its own souls.