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In order to oust the kulaks as a class, the resistance of this class must be smashed in open battle and it must be deprived of the productive sources of its existence and development.

Joseph Stalin

In most cases, the kulak was counting on us easily falling for the bait of their evidence that there is no more grain

Stanisław Kosior

The Luhansk People’s Republic is already practically fully cleared of neo-Nazis. The fighting in the Donetsk People’s Republic continues.

Vladimir Putin

Here, various bugs that have multiplied in the Kyiv insectarium constantly threaten to ’take back Crimea.

Dmitry Medvedev

Pseudo-Ukrainian rabid dogs with Russian surnames, choking on their toxic saliva, declare that their enemy is within the borders of Russia, from the West to Vladivostok. Rabies is incurable.

Dmitry Medvedev

Kyiv’s scum and their Western patrons seem ready to cause a new Chernobyl.

Dmitry Medvedev

Genocide Speech Monitor is a project developed to highlight the level of genocidal rhetoric in the country's information space, using public statements made by authorities. Data is collected from open sources and analyzed by AI.

The initial stage is dedicated to the 90th Remembrance Day of the Holodomor in Ukraine and aims to demonstrate how the escalating levels of Kremlin genocidal rhetoric preceded tragedies in both 1932 and 2022.

Project reviews
"The russians wield genocide like a sword. It's unnerving. Hybrid narrative warfare and it bites. They have been doing this for over 300 years. It's the DNA of Russian imperialism. It's painful to watch. But boy do I ever know the history!"
Andrew Beckwith,
Editor at JHEPGC, Associate Editor for Galaxies, and Visiting Professor at Chongqing University in Houston, USA.
"In today's world of rampant online disinformation, political extremism, and genocidal rhetoric, the Genocide Speech Monitor is an essential platform that will undoubtedly benefit future researchers and concerned global citizens."
Jason Kancylarz,
MA Graduate of Diplomatische Akademie Wien, Expert on Eastern Europe, Eurasia, and the Balkans, USA.
“Genocide Speech Monitor has an admirable aim – to help us identify and track some of the worst aspects of humanity – genocidal rhetoric and intent. Creating a resource that enables the public to see both historical incidences of such rhetoric, as well as facilitating the ongoing classification of novel material under the same paradigm, broadens access to the space in which people can engage in meaningful discussion on the topic, and in so doing is helping to ensure that such cultural knowledge and it’s lessons are not lost to time.”
Justin Crow,
Researcher, School of Engineering and Informatics, University of Sussex, UK
“Much like Stalin, Putin has chosen a legacy marked by death, pain, and suffering. Unfortunately, my country has fallen victim to Russian propaganda, leaving many unable to distinguish truth from lies, even in the face of the Kremlin's unprovoked aggression that has resulted in the death of their own neighbors. I genuinely appreciate this project as a much-needed initiative to combat these destructive narratives and ensure history does not repeat itself.”
Natalia Silenska,
Journalist, Foreign affairs & Eastern Europe enthusiast, Slovakia.