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PravdaReport - Famine Killed 7 Million in the US Great Depression 1932-1933

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Thomas Hart Benton, Departure of the Joads, 1939.
PravdaReport.com.

Researcher Boris Borisov in his article titled The American Famine estimated the victims of the financial crisis in the US at over seven million, he directly compared the US events with Holodomor or Famine in the USSR during the same period.

Analyzing the period of the Great Depression in the USA, the author introduced a new term for the USA – defarming – an analogue to dispossession of wealthy farmers in the Soviet Union. “Few people know about five million American farmers ousted from them lands because of debts.

Every sixth American farmer was affected, people were forced to leave their homes and go to nowhere without any money or property, they found themselves in the middle of nowhere enveloped in massive unemployment, famine and gangsterism.

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Google: Oklahoma drought refugees stalled on highway near Lordsburg, New Mexico.

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Martin Armstrong, "The Forecaster."

In the video Martin Armstrong tells us the GD was caused by world wide debt defaulting after stooges the Zionists had sponsored into political office had taken out massive loans from Jewish banks using their country's resources as collateral, he says students should read The Memoirs of Herbert Hoover, The Great Depression 1929-1941 pdf.

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Mostly city folks died of starvation because back then most all rural living people in the USA had a working veggtable garden, chicken coups for eggs, a milk cow....ect and hunted and fished for wild game.

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