No, I don't. That’s impossible. It would go against common sense. You see, there are some ignorant people. They spout all kinds of garbage in the European Parliament about the ‘equal’ responsibility of Hitler and Stalin. Complete garbage! You have to look at the chain of events starting around 1918-1919, and at what was going on then. Who signed what with Hitler. By the way, Stalin, regardless of what anyone thinks of him (a tyrant or whatever), never disgraced himself by having direct or face-to-face contact with Hitler. What’s more, not a single document was ever signed by both Stalin and Hitler whatsoever. In contrast, there are documents signed by both Hitler and the British Prime Minister, Hitler and the Prime Minister of France. And also by both Hitler and the leader of Poland. And they worked with him, with Hitler, held numerous meetings with him, and betrayed Czechoslovakia. Poland carved up Czechoslovakia with Hitler. In fact, they agreed on invading Czechoslovakia. The only thing that Hitler told them was: "Don't do it on the same day as us. Let’s not get in each other’s way. We won't go after what you will: The Tesin Region." This was outright collusion. Just read it. Everything is in the documents. I dug them up from the archives. I looked through them and read them.