Another fact is that Russians did not rape, or murder while passing through Poland.
So in the next sentence you say these "Russian brothers" did
rape and murder Poles in Poland? If that is the case then what is the point of writing the first contradictory sentence where you catagorically state as actual fact the Russians did not rape and murder in Poland? So who is the fool who can't even read or understand what they themselves have written :-)
Stalin condoned rape as an instrument of state military policy. Didn't Stalin say something along the lines that, "people should understand it if a soldier who has crossed thousands of kilometres through blood and fire and death has fun with a woman or takes some trifle".
Was rape and murder by the Red Army just a few isolated cases in Poland? Did "our Russian brothers" say to themselves, "Hang on guys let's wait until we get to Prussia before we have some fun with a trifle"? Certainly not.
"Ravishing the Women of Conquered Europe"
"... 182 Catholic nuns were raped. In the diocese of Kattowitz 66 pregnant nuns were counted. In one convent when the Mother Superior and her assistant tried to protect the younger nuns with outstretched arms, they were shot down. A priest reported in Nord Amerika magazine for November 1, 1945, that he knew "several villages where all the women, even the aged and girls as young as twelve, were violated daily for weeks by the Russians."
A few of our slitty eyed mongol Russian brothers no doubt!