Without any further ado, this video is an extensive gallery of drawings from the book by Danzig Baldaev titled "Drawings from the Gulag". I accompanying each drawing with brief text explaining what the drawing is about:
Gulags were secret extermination camps established and managed by the Jews. They were used predominantly as a means of extermination of the "enemies of the nation". Anyone seen unfavorable by the Jews was declared an enemy of the nation and was either executed on the spot or sent to a Gulag. Some actual criminals were also sometimes sent to the Gulags, but they were merely treated as criminals which compared to those who transgressed against the Jews, was like being on vacation in a ski resort.
Greatest Mass Murder in Human History:
While exact figures will never be known, some 100 Million people, mostly Slavic Christians perished during the wide spread ethnic cleansing imposed upon Russia by the Jewish Bolsheviks during the 74 years of the Jews sponsored totalitarian communism. The vast number of innocent people massacred by the Jews was so great, it remains and will likely forever be the greatest mass murder in human history.
Shortly after the October Revolution, some Russian patriots took to the arms and stood up to the murderous Jew, but utilizing unlimited financial resources raked in with usury worldwide, the Yids were able to crush the brave Russians and punish them severely. Enraged that some Russians had the nerve to uprise against the Jews, the Bolsheviks further punished the nation by going around and stripping peasants off their crops and food supplies, thus creating a huge famine (known as Holodomor) in which some 7 Million people died.
In late December 1917, one-quarter Jew, born to a Jewish family (his uncle Leon Trotsky was born Lev Davidovich Bronstein) Vladimir Lenin signed a decree calling for the establishment of The All-Russian Extraordinary Commission for Combating Counter-Revolution and Sabotage, also known as Cheka. While Cheka had a fancy name and purpose of so called Combating Counter-Revolution and Sabotage, what was really hiding behind the Counter-Revolution and Sabotage label was the need for extermination of anyone who in any way opposed the totalitarian submission of the Soviet Union to the Jewish demands.
Cheka quickly became the largest and exceptionally cruel enforcer of "exterminate every hint of anti Semitism and throw in as many Christians as can be" unwritten law. Because Cheka's organizational structure changed every few years, so did the organization's names which went from Cheka to GPU, later to NKVD, and later to KGB. Their purpose however remained vastly unchanged so systematic extermination of Christians continued by the millions each year.
Danzig Baldaev was not a prisoner in Gulag, he was a prison guard. He alleges that his book is a result of both his own experiences and a lifetime of research. While his drawings are nowhere near as accurate as the description in the authority literature on the Gulags -- a book title The Gulag Archipelago (Архипелаг ГУЛАГ) by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn who was a prisoner in a Gulag himself -- they provide an easy to understand visual interpretation of life in the infamous prison camps.