Sorry, but that doesn't fly. I've been treating history factually. You've been trying to make it sound like the Soviets were the *aggressors* in the emerging Cold War but the available evidence actually shows the aggression and violence coming from the *U.S.*, postwar, into the Cold War era, most significantly in its atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing between 129,000 and 226,000 people, mostly civilians.
You were never in a Soviet dominated country. I visited Hungary, there were Russian soldiers everywhere. A quarter century after the war ended, it was still an occupied country.
As I pointed out earlier, the end of WW2 was a race, a territory grab. A lot of Germans fled towards the American area.
You can call the Marshall Plan imperialism, but helping was a new way to do it if it was. You can pretend what the Soviets did wasn't imperialism, but it fits the definition.
At first, we didn't have a freaking clue what to do with Russia. We wanted to do something like the Marshall Plan, but the Soviets wanted all the territory it could get to use those countries as a buffer zone in case they got invaded again.
My country has done a lot of things I don't like, but I won't whitewash what the Soviets did. Post war, Stalin tried to grab more of Germany, resulting in the Berlin Airlift, and then there was Korea...
And then there was that classy moment in the UN when Kruschev pounded his desk with his shoe and hollered, "We will bury you".