Harvest of Despair, the acclaimed documentary film on the Holodomor, the 1932-33 Soviet-engineered Ukrainian famine, is now available on YouTube.
During that year, 25,000 people died of starvation every single day (you do the math for the year) in that "worker's paradise." Not because they couldn't produce enough food to survive, but precisely because they could. And when the government takes all your food away from you, you'll inevitably starve to death.
If you haven't heard of the film or, for that matter, the Holodomor, it's because Stalin's loyal holocaust-denying apologists worked hard to make sure you didn't.
Go here to view the film on YouTube.
To get a copy for yourself, or your school or organization, go here or here.