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Homage to Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the Prophet of the Democracy and Freedom

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posted on Aug, 4 2008 @ 12:23 AM
The Peace of God to all that belong to the light,
Dear Readers,
I begin this thread today that the humanity registers with sadness the final departure of one of the most important fighters of the human rights that ever has existed in the world. I am referring of course to Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the Novel of Literature Russian prize that impressed the world with his so clear and sincere writings about the worst years of the communist tyranny in the former Soviet Union.

Solzhenitsyn was for many years the principal voice that sounded in the east of Europe denouncing the terrible crimes committed by the authoritarian Marxist-Leninist regimes that for more than 70 years enslaved the Russian people among many other nationalities.

His voice was censored by the Soviet Union and all his books prosecuted and their study and reading forbidden for many generations of human beings that, even they knew very well that he was telling all the truth, couldn’t freely & directly follow his genius.

On 1989 when the Perestroika and the Glasnost at last permitted to talk openly about the pioneers of the democracy in the former Soviet Union, Alexander Solzhenitsyn received the first of many homages in his own land, the same country that didn’t allow him to receive the Novel prize.

His life was marked by the tragedy and the desperation produced by the lack of liberty and the systematic violations of all the personal rights by the totalitarian regime of Stalin. He briefly enjoyed of some recognition during the Khrushchev era but as soon as a new stronger rule of Brezhnev started the prosecution returned.

However, Alexander Solzhenitsyn was indeed the prophet of the Russian and eastern Europe democratic Renaissance, he was the isolated voice that in the middle of the desert of Central Asia denounced, in the worst epoch of the Stalinism, the crimes of the state but also predicted that the Communism will not rule for ever over the Russian people and that the millions of citizens oppressed finally would find the way to defeat the tyranny and recover the lost liberty.

Solzhenitsyn was a genuine hero of his nation, he fought bravely in the WWII against the Nazi invasion but his opposition against the dictatorship of Joseph Stalin caused to be exiled 10 years in Kazakhstan and Central Asia.

If there is one person that would deserve to be honored with the adjective of the Father of the Russian Democracy that person must be without doubt Alexander Solzhenitsyn for his courage to defend the freedom at any cost.

His name, his talent and his courage must be an example of the new generations of liberty fighters around the world to continue working against the re-instauration of the Communism in any of his forms around the world.

In our epoch in which the lack of historical memory and the populism of irresponsible leaders like Hugo Chavez , Rafael Correa, Daniel Ortega, Evo Morales and many others so cynical NeoCommunists that are trying to rebuild in the Americas the empire of the tyranny of the totalitarian State, we need not one but thousands of Solzhenitsyns that oppose to the power of the arms and the brutal repression the force of the word that denounces his Machiavellian plans of domination.

Now that the Tyrant Rafael Correa of Equator is following the same policy of censure of the free press and media that Chavez applied in Venezuela since 5 years ago, and that Venezuela is suffering the prosecution of his democratic leaders by the regime that does not want to permit free elections in the future, and that the puppet President of Honduras decided to enlarge the Bolshevik Alternative of the Americas (Alba) to his country, the soul of Solzhenitsyn cried from the great beyond claiming for resistance to the oppression as he himself did in the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s in Russia.

The best prediction of Solzhenitzyn is that Communism never will be able defeat democracy and that its tyrannical regime always ends in a total collapse of the economy and is followed by the resurrection of the opinion and the enterprise liberties..

Thanks for your attention,

Your friend,

The Angel of lightness.

[edit on 8/4/2008 by The angel of light]

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