Summing up some results in the general format, begun in the first part, I want to draw attention to the following points. Maybe many who have read and do not agree with me, but for some reason today’s day more and more often resembles what happened at the beginning of 90.
Put forward the thesis. The further we go along the road of some kind of self-reliance and the righteousness of our civil actions and understanding of the processes taking place (Donbass, Crimea, Syria, and the list goes on), the more active the opposition begins.
By “awareness and understanding,” I do not mean what the president and the government do, but how we evaluate it. Although in relation to Donbass we (Russians of all stripes and nationalities), and without a government, swam so much, I do not know how anyone, but my opinion is only to be proud and possible. And even need.
25 years ago, we, as the people of a huge country, were still strong. Together with the country. The fact that some of them chose jeans, chewing gum and a hundred varieties of sausage as indispensable attributes of a democratic future is the third question today. Podmahnuv Belovezhskaya treachery, this handful did only half the case.
With the second half, that is, with us, something had to be done. I remember those days very well, I remember the general hysteria of repentance and self-blame, which Gorbachev began to organize. And Yeltsin successfully continued. But it was 25 years ago, the day today, however, is similar.
And first of all it looks like the fact that the brains are starting to call in again with the hackneyed topic of how sad we all were in the past and how necessary it is to repent of this in the whole world. Examples? Full
I will begin with a descendant of a certain peasant Karagodin from the Far East of our country, a certain Denis Karagodin. The titanic work of Denis Karagodin in the historical investigation of his great-grandfather's life was appreciated, however, only by the social network and Radio Liberty, but nevertheless significant.
In short: Stepan Karagodin was shot in 1938 year. And his great-grandson, tirelessly, searched and found those who had stained their hands with the blood of his glorious great-grandfather. Naturally, the NKVD. And, best of all, I found a similar granddaughter of one of the security officers, Yulia Zyryanov, who decided to repent.
"The task of the next generations is simply not to be silent, all things and events should be called by their names. And the purpose of my letter to you is just to tell you that I now know about such a disgraceful page in stories your family and completely on your side. "
This is written by Zyryanov on the website of Karagodin. And Denis, of course, thanks Zyryanov for the letter and writes that he gives her a "reconciliation hand": "In my face you will not find an enemy or an offender, only a person who wants to nullify all this endless bloody Russian bath once and for all."
The key word here is “nullify”. Repent and forgive. Including Stepan Karagodin, who, as investigations by not so stubborn truth-lovers showed, was shot not for being a fist, and he did not like the new government.
Stepan Karagodin was shot as an accomplice of the Japanese invaders who brutally murdered our fellow citizens, a member of the assault Cossack detachment Ataman Gamow, who stormed Blagoveshchensk and after taking an active part in the search and execution of the Bolsheviks.
For some reason, Mr. Karagodin-great-grandson is tactfully silent about this.
The main thing is to nullify and make publicly repent the granddaughter of the NKVD officer, who clearly does not shine with intelligence. I’ll make a reservation if such a letter from Zyryanova really took place, and not the fruit of the work of the same Karagodin.
Although if we are talking about historical justice, why should not Karagodin the great-grandson be puzzled by the search for descendants of those whom his “innocently killed” ancestor helped to send to the world?
And no one set such a task, apparently.
And from here we are moving sharply west to the Yeltsin Center. Attention to this institution, which only casually resembles an anti-Russian Kublo with snakes, was attracted by our master, Nikita Mikhalkov. You can put a lot of Mikhalkov in reproach in terms of films made by him, but the fact that he pooped like a tank to fascist positions on this "center" cannot but arouse civil respect. There really is something for that.
I, like most normal Russians, not knowing the whole background, it is very difficult to judge on what basis Naina Yeltsina otgrohali such a mansion at our expense. But it is obvious that today there is a place to be the center of all the anti-Russian activities of the country.
Today, the discussion of the statements of one of the closest assistants of Mrs. Yeltsin is going through a third iteration. It comes from August ... (translation - statement) Mr. Nikita Sokolov. Just quotes.
"... it is necessary to continue the fulfillment of the will of Boris Nikolayevich on the further rehabilitation of victims of political repression and expand the circle of persons belonging to this category ..."
“There is an important scientific and social problem. For the most part and almost never rehabilitated those people who really fought with the Soviet authorities. Is modern Russia still ready to consider them enemies of the people? This is a public question that needs to be answered. And if we get an application for such a character, we will start a public discussion. ”
Who are we talking about? Sokolov gives an answer to this question.
“These are dissidents of 40's, dissidents of 30's. There were really real battle groups, they were not rehabilitated, although they didn’t do anything. This is Vlasov. This is a big public problem. Let's finally raise this question. If there are requests for signs on the unregulated, on the unregulated, because they really fought. Cossacks in large numbers. What shall we do? We will consider the Cossacks, who fought against the Bolsheviks, the enemies of the people and the people living in Russia today? I'm not sure. But this is a matter of public discussion. ”
So, the list of "victims" becomes obvious. Fists, landowners, political dissidents and their militants, Vlasovites, Cossacks in the service of the Reich. Well at least that Mr. Sokolov is not as aggressive as Karagodin. He believes that it is necessary to discuss whether traitors who fought against the Russian people are worthy of being considered as traitors.
They, the Vlasovites and the Cossack defectors, fought not with the Russian people, but with the Bolsheviks.
And then - more. Let's, since such a binge has gone, we are also rehabilitating members of the OUN-UPA, AKovtsev, "green" and "forest" brothers. In pursuance of the will of Yeltsin. They, too, fought against the Bolshevik regime, whatever one may say. And the fact that the villages were cut according to the principle “who got there” without looking at the party cards, so how is it? Well, probably, "it was a war."
And Memorial is here, in this cohort. With its publication lists of NKVD employees. Say, here they are, executioners, look. Well looked. Someone like me, for example, found mine. So what?
No, of course, to someone it is such a message, to search, and having found - following the example of Karagodin, to persuade to repent. Glory to the Russian consciousness, pulls not all, but only the elect. Like "Yeltsin Center" and "Memorial". Who, the truth, and how they elected, we will understand below.
Having found in this list the data of his grandfather, an employee of SMERSH, from Memorial, he received something like recognition of his work. And to repent for some reason is not drawn. For, having passed the combat path from 1942 to 1947, my ancestor, unlike Karagodin, didn’t tarnish itself in my eyes. 8 awards (two before it hit SMERSH) at 8 are the same holes in the body. 3 bullet, 4 frag and 1 knife.
Yes, the path has been marked. The end of the Great Patriotic War - Prague (oh, poor Vlasovites!). Next - Western Ukraine (oh, poor OUN!).
Indeed, the poor. To fall into the hands of the victorious soldiers from the usual parts - it was for happiness. Or just slap, especially without going into details, or the breadth of the Russian soul and the pride of the winner in general for disassembly sent to the rear. And there is a court, camps, and a very real opportunity to survive. As many, and it turned out, by the way.
And the detachments of the NKVD "SMERSH" had somewhat different goals and objectives. Snot like "I realized and repented, I'm sorry!" Did not particularly care about anyone. The number of fellow accomplices who were left to shoot, cut, burn and hang Soviet workers, doctors and teachers was disturbed.
Because, by the way, especially with these poor things in the NKVD did not make a fuss. A light and honorable death for such organisms from a bullet had to be earned. Well, who was not lucky - that was not lucky. And it was also a war.
Mr. Karagodina’s great-grandfather heavily served the Japanese, who killed the Russians. And he killed the Russians. And his descendant considers it worthy. My grandfather complicated the existence of Ukrainians-zapadentsev, Poles, Lithuanians, Russians, who set themselves the goal of killing Russians who are Soviet. And he considered it quite a worthy thing. And his descendant also considers this business worthy.
Or should I, in accordance with the new canons, hide the grandfathers rewards, especially the Red Star, which he handed to him in 1947, and begin to repent? Well, of course…
The most interesting thing is the reaction of our "partners" to the heap. We discussed it quite recently, and Pushkov answered quite well, I think. Gentlemen “partners” are concerned about the fact that we have all the poorhouse for those who are clouded by the mind with the status of “foreign agent”, in every way they are scolding and persecuting. Called, including traitors, and poked in the face of the fact that these institutions and organizations live on the democratic money of the West.
It is not good. Not according to the principles of democracy. According to the principles of democracy, our law on foreign agents from 2012, should be abolished, and the agents themselves should be given complete creative freedom for the good of democracy.
However, in the United States, the law on foreign agents has been in effect since 1938. And ours is different from him, like sugar from oilcake. Towards liberality.
It is obvious that once in the United States they cried out about how badly we live for “foreign agents” like the same “Memorial,” which means, “Comrades, we are going the right way!”. Not for nothing these cries, not from scratch. So they are concerned about TAM and those. Where we go, and how.
If suddenly Radio Liberty, RBC and other well-known publications start voting on the theme of “poor and persecuted” (memorial, Vlasov, OUN, and others), if not outspoken, then well-disguised traitors, then that's fine. It means that something is changing and changing for the better.
But further such shouts will be more. Especially if the nasty idea of repentance, crammed in there by accomplices of the traitors Gorbachev and Yeltsin, is finally eradicated from the Russian brain. But the further and better this process goes, the more we worship not the principles praised by Rezun and Solzhenitsy, the more there will be more cries about the need for repentance. This is an indicator. And the more dirt will pour towards those whom the normal part of our society considers to be heroes.
But, as practice shows, there are people in Russia (and not only in Russia) who are ready to defend our values. And not imposed on us by traitors and foreign agents.
And it both pleases, and encourages.
Here, the Yeltsin Center is yes, it’s still a problem. Although it may be better if all the reptiles in front of Western democracy are gathered in one terrarium?
The road of repentance: apparently, we are going in the right direction
- Roman Skomorokhov
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