Of course there are good and evil people in any group of people. The intention is important. While the Nazis intended to kill all jews, just because they have been jews, the USSR apparatchicks intended to reform the economy the strange way, causing the famine and other byproducts. Were the ukrainian people the target, or the farmers, Ukrainians, Russians or who ever was busy with agriculture there. If there was the intention to kill as many Urkaininas as possible by performing the collectivization (because maybe the vast majority of the farmers were Ukrainians) then it was a Genocide. On the other side, the nazis killed "in the name of" the German people, the German race, the Arian race (you can call this BS as you like). The Stalinists killed in the name of the Communist Idea, the Party, the fatherland, the "new kind of peolle", but certainly not in the name of the jewish people or the jewish religion. I leave the Turkish-Armenian problem to you to decide what it was.
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