This question, Why was there no solution found to Soviet famines and near-famines? was closed for beeing on social science. I think there's a valid and good question in there and that I could provide a good historical answer. The question, as I would put it, is "What did the SU do agains the famines, when, and why did millions still die?" which is actually answerable.
So my options are a) Pose the question as a new one, with my own wording, and answer it myself or b) Edit the question and ask to reopen.
Problem with a) someone might come along and and say "hey, duplicate! VTC!"
Problem with b) The original question starts with the statement that the Holodomor was intentionally engineered which I believe to be false and which I would edit out. This would be a substantial edit to someone elses question, around an issue I and the asker disagree with. No matter who is right, asking the OP to approve my edit would probably be pointless (That's why I think this discussion is not really helpful).
So which way to reask the question is most likely to work (== not beeing closed or rejected), and attract even better answers than what I can provide?