Ernest Hemingway Was the Worst Stalinist - KGB Spy Ever

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Ernest Hemingway Was the Worst Stalinist - KGB Spy Ever.
do you agree that he was the Worst Stalinist - KGB Spy Ever?
did you know that Hemingway Stalinist was KGB Spy ?
 

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Ernest Hemingway Was the Worst Stalinist - KGB Spy Ever.
do you agree that he was the Worst Stalinist - KGB Spy Ever?
did you know that Hemingway Stalinist was KGB Spy ?
Hello? This is the 1950's calling..please give us back our rhetoric!

...the bell tolls for thee!
 

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Hemmingway was a fantastic writer. I know that much.
 

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So what? He's dead FYI- good lord-
 

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Ernest Hemingway Was the Worst Stalinist - KGB Spy Ever.
do you agree that he was the Worst Stalinist - KGB Spy Ever?
did you know that Hemingway Stalinist was KGB Spy ?
Another A-hole ^^^ who attacks the character of the dead. Get a life, asshole.
 
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bunch of sleeping kgb spies shown up here
 

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To this day, The Old Man and The Sea I find captivating.
Yeah, he was always smuggling fishy stories to Americans! ;)

I can recognize a red herring a mile away, and expect nothing less from Litwin, but this video was actually rather entertaining, if lightweight. Hemingway did indeed do what little he could for both Soviet and U.S. intelligence during our WWII alliance against fascism.

Ernest Hemingway (and George Orwell) both supported the Spanish Republic in its losing battle against General Franco’s rebelling North African army, and German & Italian fascist troops. Of course the West’s great “democracies” did nothing to help Spain in this precursor theatre of WWII, while the Soviets sent arms, but unfortunately also KGB assassins, who killed prominent anti-Stalinist & anti-fascist leaders.

The great George Orwell became a lifelong anti-Stalinist Democratic Socialist as a result of his experience in Spain. Hemingway was far less politically astute or active. But he understood as a WWI veteran the angst of the “Lost Generation.” He was an artist and literary celebrity above all, and not a political writer and thinker like Orwell. Hemingway was indeed investigated and watched closely by the FBI during and after the McCarthy period, and his suicide in 1961 seems in part to have resulted from this pressure and his own paranoia.
 
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Everybody in the world right wing ideologues didn't like was a commie agent devoted to Stalin. Amazingly despite all their conspiracy theory rubbish they manage to complete ignore alcoholic loser Joe McCarthy's own beginnings as a 'New Dealer' and his later switch to 'anti-communist' idiot after correspondence with and being heavily influenced by a Soviet agent later outed as a triple agent for the Soviets, the German lawyer who defended Nazis in the Nuremberg trials and later on worked to undermine Western interests in post-war Germany. The best Soviet operations were conducted under right wing fronts, not left wing ones.
 

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The Russians were our allies during the 30's and WW2. Hemmingway was just a popular author while FDR was referring to Stalin as "Uncle Joe". Hemmingway was just trying to make a buck while the FDR administration made some serious mistakes and created the "Iron Curtain". Blame Hemmingway for the FDR administration mistakes? Go ahead if you are a freaking left wing idiot posting from some Euro web site.
 

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The Russians were our allies during the 30's and WW2. Hemmingway was just a popular author while FDR was referring to Stalin as "Uncle Joe". Hemmingway was just trying to make a buck while the FDR administration made some serious mistakes and created the "Iron Curtain". Blame Hemmingway for the FDR administration mistakes? Go ahead if you are a freaking left wing idiot posting from some Euro web site.
It really must be difficult to make so many mistakes of fact in one short comment .... congratulations!
 

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I'm still waiting for any good reason we should have kept the war going just to rescue eastern Europe from Stalin, given their support of Hitler's extermination agendas and their later support of Stalinism.
 

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Hemmingway was just a writer. Whatever relationship he had with the Russians pales in comparison to the traitors in the FDR administration.
 

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