Tag: Stalin’s deportation of Crimean Tatars

Russian Coverage of Jamala’s Victory Descends to the Level of Old Soviet Anecdote

May 16, 2016

Russian media have expressed unhappiness with the fact that Ukraine won the EuroVision song contest with Jamala, a Crimean Tatar singer who sang about her people’s deportation under Stalin in 1944.

On This May 18, We Must All Become Crimean Tatars

May 18, 2015

Staunton, May 18 – Adolf Hitler reportedly was confident he’d get away with killing the Jews because “no one talks about the Armenians anymore.” Tragically, Vladimir Putin now is even more confident he’ll get away with his “hyphenated” genocide of the Crimean Tatars because few are willing even to raise the issue of his Anschluss […]

Ukraine Live Day 455: Crimean Tatars Mark 71st Anniversary of Stalin’s Deportation

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Putin Conducting ‘Hybrid Genocide’ Against Crimean Tatars, Muzhdabayev Says

April 9, 2015

Staunton, April 7 — Moscow officials are asserting and some in the West are accepting the notion that local officials in Crimea are to blame for any problems with the registration of Crimean Tatar media outlets such as ATR television, but that is a lie in the case of the former and a self-deception on […]