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Rescuers of the fatherland ...

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A significant date is approaching - the centenary of the October Revolution (before 1924, in Soviet Russia, it was celebrated as a coup). There were many articles, videos, interviews with politicians and political scientists. Estimates are different, not the same in their meaning. Someone praises and nostalgic for those times, someone criticizes. But I was struck by the phrase Zyuganov in one of his interviews: "The Bolsheviks saved Russia from collapse in 1917 g .... and thanks to the CPSU (b) the USSR won the Great Patriotic War ..".


I'll start from the fact that история Russia did not start in 1917, but much earlier, and there were no Bolsheviks in those days, but Russia, for some reason, held out. I will not remember all the significant events in the history of my country, but I would like to dwell on some.

The famous Kulikov battle in 1380 was the troops of the Moscow Prince Dmitry and his allies, on the one hand, against the troops of the Tatar-Mongol khan Mamai and his allies. If you believe the works of our historians, before the campaign, Dmitry Ivanovich visited St. Rev. Sergius of Radonezh, who blessed the prince and the entire Russian army to battle with foreigners. And we won this battle, I do not think that thanks to the blessing of Reverend Sergius. We won thanks to the strength of our spirit, courage and sacrifice of our warriors. They fought for Russia, for their people, according to our historians. On the activities of any parties (including the CPSU (b)) at that time I did not find information anywhere.

In the Time of Troubles, in 1612-13, the time when Russia really stood on the verge of death, there were people who sacrificed their lives and wealth for the preservation of our state. The militia of Minin and Pozharsky expelled the Poles from Moscow and from Russia. Money for armaments, salaries, material support of the militia was collected by the whole world. There were only volunteers in the militia, and again our warriors (mostly peasants) won.

Moreover, after this victory, neither the Kazan kingdom, nor other conquered or annexed territories came out of Russia. They didn’t come out, why, I don’t know, probably, the non-interference in the internal affairs of these territories of the Russian tsars suit. Moreover, it is believed that Minin was a Tatar. There were no parties at that time, including the CPSU (b).

In 1709, during the Battle of Poltava, which was of great importance for our Russia, our soldiers (mostly former peasants), sacrificing their lives, defeated the strongest armies of the time and, I believe, saved Russia. And again, I note that there were no commissioners and political directors there.

During the World War 1812, our people survived, despite the fact that almost all of Europe came out against us, won. Our peasants did not run to surrender or go over to the side of the French, but went to the militia, to the partisans. Our people fought for their Russia. And again without the participation of any parties.

In 1917, unfortunately, our king showed his complete inability to lead the state. And at once, as in “Time of Troubles,” there were people who could not care less for anything but their personal ambitions or wallets. During the war, there were parties and their leaders (not only Bolsheviks and Social Revolutionaries) who did not care about Russia and its people, hiding behind slogans of various kinds, began to destroy Russia. Won those who promised more. He promised and did not. They promised land, gave like, and then took. They promised equality, but in the 1 constitution, 1918 was equated with the vote of one worker to the five voices of the peasants, and only in 1936 was it equated with rights. But the CPSU (b) said that the main thing for her people. Whose people? Wasn’t the Soviet power kept with the blood of Russian peasants?

During the Great Patriotic War, especially in its initial period, the Communists realized that they could not retain power, and again turned to the people and the church. And again, thanks to the resilience of Russian peasants, I repeat, Russian peasants, since at the end of 1941, the main call was from the Russian regions (yes, Kazakhs, Uzbeks, and Azerbaijanis were called upon ... but the most resistant were Russian and Tatar ) managed to stop the Germans and turn them around. And not thanks to the CPSU (b), but thanks to simple Russian, Tatar, etc., as a rule, to the peasants, about whom the films are not made and the songs do not add up.



And they restored our Motherland not thanks to the CPSU congresses, but to the understanding of our people that everything must start all over again.

Our people, not the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, won the war, fought against the invaders, built, conquered, conquered and built. But as a result of the communist rule, our state lost its vast territories, which we conquered for centuries. 25 million Russian were in one moment outside their homeland and huge funds were invested in foreign countries and all thanks to the rule of the CPSU.
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  1. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee 14 February 2017 06: 12
    +23
    The author is a rabid anti-adviser! According to him in the CPSU (b) and the CPSU there were no Russians, Tatars, Ukrainians and there were no peasants, workers, intelligentsia!
    1. Olgovich
      Olgovich 14 February 2017 07: 04
      +11
      Quote: Uncle Lee
      The author is a rabid anti-adviser! According to him in the CPSU (b) and the CPSU there were no Russians, Tatars, Ukrainians and there were no peasants, workers, intelligentsia!

      In fact, the facts cited by the author have nothing to argue. The author is almost right in everything.

      The communist period is in many ways a terrible, but short period in the life of Russia: Russia lived and convened without communists thousand years passed the most difficult tests and continues to live without them.

      Yes, the Russian people won brilliant victories in dozens of wars and the Bolsheviks did not smell there. ALL-and non-partisans (the vast majority) and communists fought in the Second World War, but most of all there would be members of the Socialist Revolutionary Party (party of peasants), but all parties except the communist party were banned.
      But the fact that the whole “merit” of the Communists is the Russian CROSS (since 1964 the Russian people have not reproduced themselves).

      Forcibly cutting off the primordially Russian New Russia from the mother of Russia, forcibly Ukrainizing millions of Russians, defeating the Russian Caucasus to please the Red Highlanders, transferring the Russian lands of the Semirechye and Orenburg regions from the damned Russian colonialists, devastating and robbing the Russian regions in favor of the outlying districts - only a small listing of the disasters brought by the Communists to the Russians to the people.
      Let me remind you that the Communists SINGEDLY ruled the country and did EVERYTHING that they liked, and, therefore, they alone were responsible for the extinction of the people and the 1991 catastrophe.
      1. Uncle lee
        Uncle lee 14 February 2017 07: 09
        +13
        And now the CPSU (b) or the Communists unleashed a fratricidal war in the Donbass?
        1. Olgovich
          Olgovich 14 February 2017 07: 20
          +9
          Quote: Uncle Lee
          And now the Communists have unleashed a fratricidal war in the Donbass?

          They are a reason, of course, because it is they who FORCEDLY, against the will of the New Russians, transferred this land 100 years ago to the so-called Ukraine. New Russia for centuries was created, conquered, populated by RUSSIA. And today, the Donetsk residents are fighting off that nationalist monster that was raised during the years of owls. power (until the 17th year there was NO SUCH in sight).

          A simple question for you: is Novorossia Russia or Ukraine (as the Bolsheviks ordered)? Just do not about the "multi-path": either-or.
          1. Uncle lee
            Uncle lee 14 February 2017 07: 57
            +12
            Ukraine, Russia Belarus is the Russian world! Who NOW started a fratricidal war? Also the Bolsheviks? I will answer for you - business!
            And on this I end the dispute - it makes no sense to argue with anti-advisers! hi
            1. Olgovich
              Olgovich 14 February 2017 08: 31
              +7
              Quote: Uncle Lee
              Ukraine, Russia Belarus is the Russian world

              There was the Russian world BEFORE 1917. Then it was divided by the borders of the so-called "states"
              1. Uncle lee
                Uncle lee 14 February 2017 08: 47
                +9
                In the USSR, borders were only on the map.
                1. Olgovich
                  Olgovich 14 February 2017 12: 27
                  +5
                  Quote: Uncle Lee
                  In the USSR, borders were only on the map.

                  Yes? And on what borders do we live, not according to those that were "not"?

                  PS You have not answered the DIRECT and CLEAR QUESTION: New Russia (including Donbass) is Russia or Ukraine (as the Bolsheviks ordered?
                  Answer me!
                  . Scary, huh?
                  1. Uncle lee
                    Uncle lee 14 February 2017 12: 41
                    +4
                    Quote: Olgovich
                    It's scary, right?

                    Yes, scary! When Russians kill Russians for the monetary interests of the oligarchs! And we live along the borders that arose at the behest of those “leaders” who destroyed the USSR.
                    1. Alexander Romanov
                      Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 12: 57
                      +2
                      Quote: Uncle Lee
                      And we live along the borders that arose at the behest of those “leaders” who destroyed the USSR.

                      And these figures from which party were? I remembered the CPSU
                      Catch, here is your corrupt communist essence, pah sick of Judas
                      Ex-Communist from the State Duma received the citizenship of Ukraine
                      http://korrespondent.net/ukraine/3814564-eks-komm
                      unyst-yz-hosdumy-poluchyl-hrazhdanstvo-ukrayny
                      1. Uncle lee
                        Uncle lee 14 February 2017 14: 02
                        +11
                        Quote: Alexander Romanov
                        here is your

                        She and yours and ours all the rest. ME that repent for everyone and for everything ?! Tired of it! Already repented for Katyn, for 41 years, for the civil war, for the Finnish, for the blockade of Leningrad, for the famine, for the virgin lands, for BAM !!!!
                        For DneproGES, GOERLO, May 9, 45, for the satellite and Gagarin, I will not repent! And therefore - that's it! Ciao! hi
                      2. Was mammoth
                        Was mammoth 14 February 2017 16: 55
                        +2
                        Quote: Alexander Romanov
                        Ex-communist from the State Duma received citizenship of Ukraine

                        The Communist Party expels ex-deputy Denis Voronenkov from the party for "betrayal" of Russia, said RBC member of the Presidium of the Central Committee of the Communist Party Yuri Afonin.
                        Read more at RBC:
                        http://www.rbc.ru/politics/14/02/2017/58a2e52e9a7
                        947f10cf0a161? From = newsfeed
                        "A magnificent wedding ceremony took place in Moscow, at which State Duma deputies Maria Maksakova and Denis Voronenkov tied themselves up by marriage. ... newlyweds - State Duma deputies Maria Maksakova (EP) and Denis Voronenkov (Communist Party).
                        https://www.gazeta.ru/social/2015/03/28/6617377.s
                        html #
                        laughing
                        " But as a result of the rule of the Communists, our state has lost the vast territories that we have conquered for centuries. "
                        Is Yeltsin and Gorbachev the Communists? belay They are the same traitors as Voronenkov
                    2. Olgovich
                      Olgovich 14 February 2017 13: 32
                      +5
                      Quote: Uncle Lee
                      Yes, scary! When Russians kill Russians for monetary interests of the oligarch

                      THIRD times I ask a direct question, to which you, endlessly bustling, are AFRAID to answer: New Russia (including Donbass) is Russia or Ukraine (as the Bolsheviks ordered?
            2. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 09: 20
              +5
              Quote: Uncle Lee
              Ukraine, Russia Belarus is the Russian world! And who NOW launched the fratricidal war? Also the Bolsheviks? I will answer for you - business

              The Communists created Belarus and Ukraine, dividing a single people.
              People like you shared the people, as you now divide into the right and anti-Soviet. For people like you there is no people, for you there are names. So you can never again give control of the country. And this, fortunately for Russia, will never happen again.
              Hello from the anti-adviser
              1. Uncle lee
                Uncle lee 14 February 2017 09: 48
                +8
                Quote: Alexander Romanov
                Hello from the anti-adviser

                Such as you served in the army of Vlasov!
                1. Alexander Romanov
                  Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 09: 53
                  +4
                  Quote: Uncle Lee
                  Such as you served in the army of Vlasov!

                  Now, after reading your post, you may remember why the Communists can not stand. Because you are communists, the people of your own country, its citizens, you think for, only for that they have a different opinion. The price is half a penny for you, although this price will not be given for you.
                  1. Uncle lee
                    Uncle lee 14 February 2017 11: 30
                    +11
                    Dear Alexander Romanov! You do not see beyond your nose in your hatred of the USSR. But it’s weak for you to burn a certificate and a Diploma if you have one and stop using the apartment built by “komunyaki”, destroy the hospital, hospital, school that were built for you by the hated Kommi and stop living in the city, also built for you. And what are you offended by the army of Vlasov? Most of the Vlasovites fought not with the USSR, but with communism! Therefore, being an anti-adviser does not honor you, and being an anti-adviser is also fashionable now, as being gay.
                    1. Alexander Romanov
                      Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 11: 45
                      +5
                      Quote: Uncle Lee
                      You are in your hatred of the USSR

                      I have no hatred for the USSR, I was born in this country. I have a hatred for lies, for those who divide the Russians into communists and anti-Soviet, into right and wrong. To all those who pit people ideologically. Who elevates oneself above others.
                      Quote: Uncle Lee
                      Most of the Vlasovites fought not with the USSR, but with communism!

                      Not a large part of Vlasov’s army, but all were traitors to the motherland.
                      For me, Roina remains the Motherland, no matter how she is called, and whoever rules. For you, Homeland is the USSR, which is no longer there. I’ll clarify, for you, the Motherland is not the Russia in which you live, for you, the Motherland is a communist ideology, and not a country.
                      Quote: Uncle Lee
                      and being anti-Soviet is also fashionable now, as being gay.

                      It may be gay and fashionable in your Bolshevik environment, but normal Russian men do not.
                      1. Uncle lee
                        Uncle lee 14 February 2017 12: 02
                        +7
                        Quote: Alexander Romanov
                        I have no hatred for the USSR

                        Already progress! If I were a political worker, then over time I would raise from you a true patriot and citizen of Russia!
                      2. Uncle lee
                        Uncle lee 14 February 2017 12: 19
                        +5
                        Already progress! If I were a political worker, I would eventually bring you up as a Patriot and Citizen of Russia.
                        PS And I do not have a "Bolshevik environment", I was raised in the USSR.
              2. ALEXEY VLADIMIROVICH
                ALEXEY VLADIMIROVICH 14 February 2017 15: 56
                +2
                The Ukrainian SSR and the Belarusian SSR are the founding countries of the UN. So, even under Dzhugashvili, Ukraine and Belarus existed as internationally recognized states.
        2. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 07: 50
          +3
          Quote: Uncle Lee
          And now the CPSU (b) or the Communists unleashed a fratricidal war in the Donbass?

          No, of course, the same Jews unleashed a warrior in the Donbass that unleashed a civilian warrior in Russia in 1917.
          1. Koshak
            Koshak 14 February 2017 16: 22
            +3
            "the same Jews unleashed a warrior in the Donbass that unleashed a civil warrior in Russia in 1917"

            Kashchei immortal or what? negative
      2. Uncle Murzik
        Uncle Murzik 14 February 2017 07: 30
        +6
        Olgovich and where are the facts in the article? belay liberal fantasies and nothing more? Shaw again, the Russian cross, but what about the French or Belgian! laughing what facts are needed? Russia from a third-rate country has become a superpower, defeated fascism, flew into space! soldier
        1. Olgovich
          Olgovich 14 February 2017 08: 21
          +6
          Quote: Uncle Murzik
          Olgovich and where are the facts in the article? liberal fantasies and nothing more


          Of course, the Kulikovo battle, the World War II and Poltava are not FACTS for you.
          Quote: Uncle Murzik
          again the Russian cross, but what about the French or Belgian

          France Belgium and a hundred years nazal practically did not reproduce themselves. And Russia is the leader in Europe in terms of population growth.
          Quote: Uncle Murzik
          Russia from a third-rate country became a superpower, defeated fascism, flew into space

          Russia as a result of the rule of the Communists in 1991 turned into a very, very non-superpower. Many others flew into space, and, mind you, without any communists.
          1. Mordvin 3
            Mordvin 3 14 February 2017 08: 29
            +12
            Quote: Olgovich
            Many others flew into space, and, mind you, without any communists.

            And there would be no communists, and who the hell would fly. Painfully expensive first flights were. Unprofitable. The capitalists did not need this in FIG.
            1. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 09: 17
              +3
              Quote: Mordvin 3
              And there would be no communists, and who the hell would fly

              How can Americans flew mindlessly without communists
              Quote: Mordvin 3
              The capitalists did not need this in FIG.

              Now the capitalists have taken and built a new cosmodrome-gap template from the Communists
              1. Mordvin 3
                Mordvin 3 14 February 2017 09: 36
                +8
                Quote: Alexander Romanov
                Now the capitalists have taken and built a new cosmodrome-gap template from the Communists

                No. They figured out what can be done in space, and in 60, after the launch of the USSR satellite, Congress began to yell about the need to improve American education, and allowed NASA to have an unlimited loan. Is this not the merit of the communists? After all, education in the USSR is their merit. And with the collapse of the Union, and it rolled down, that they have what we have.
                1. Alexander Romanov
                  Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 09: 55
                  +2
                  Quote: Mordvin 3
                  No. They ate

                  No ??? wassat Blind OSCE nervously smokes in the line
                  Quote: Mordvin 3
                  Is this not the merit of the communists?

                  Ukrainian politicians smoke nervously aside from your logic wassat Medal. What to award you
                  1. Mordvin 3
                    Mordvin 3 14 February 2017 10: 04
                    +5
                    No - it's about breaking the template, but what did you think?
                    Quote: Alexander Romanov
                    Medal. What to award you

                    No, I'm a modest person. No.
              2. Uncle Murzik
                Uncle Murzik 15 February 2017 06: 35
                +1
                Alexander Romanov, you see how much money was stolen during the construction of the cosmodrome by the capitalists laughing
            2. Olgovich
              Olgovich 14 February 2017 12: 43
              +4
              Quote: Mordvin 3
              And there would be no communists, and who the hell would fly

              Dear comrade, think about what you have stated! Yes, there would be no USA, someone else would fly, the same with the USSR. This is a natural development of mankind. By the way, ALL the luminaries-rockets and developers of the atomic project are graduates of the IMPERIAL Universities and students of the IMPERIAL professors in 1910-1930 - there were no others in the country.
              1. Mordvin 3
                Mordvin 3 14 February 2017 13: 09
                +5
                Quote: Olgovich
                Dear comrade, think about what you have stated!

                I also declare that according to all the laws of Capitalism, space must be profitable, and during the first flights it was not real. Space could only pull government programs, and money demanded immeasurably. The Americans got involved in the race for the sake of prestige, and the understanding that having lost the Battle for space, you can lose the entire cap. the system. IMHO, of course. I add again - NASA received unlimited access to the money machine from Congress, and the USSR during this battle had to drop the value of the ruble more than 2 times.
          2. Uncle Murzik
            Uncle Murzik 14 February 2017 08: 33
            +8
            Olgovich yes the leader in child mortality, tsarist Russia was ahead of Europe! lolYes, many have multiplied, well, so in Africa they multiply, and the standard of living in tsarist Russia was like in Africa! wassat
            1. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 09: 16
              +2
              Quote: Uncle Murzik
              Xia, and the standard of living in tsarist Russia was in Africa!

              Not tired of lying?
              1. MrK
                MrK 14 February 2017 12: 43
                +5
                Quote: Alexander Romanov
                Not tired of lying?

                Why lie - that. To begin with, let me remind you that they wrote about the famine in Russia Brockhaus and Efron. This volume was published in 1913. "After the famine of 1891, covering a vast area in the 29 provinces, the lower Volga region is constantly suffering from hunger: during the XX century. Samara province went hungry 8 times, Saratov 9. Over the past thirty years, the largest hunger strikes have occurred in the 1880 (the Lower Volga region, part of the lakes and Novorossiysk provinces) and the 1885 (the New Russia and part of the non-chernozem provinces from Kaluga to Pskov); then, after the famine of 1891, the famine of 1892 in the central and southeastern provinces, the hunger strike of 1897 and 1898. approximately in the same area; in the XX century the famine of 1901 in 17 provinces of the center, south and east, the hunger strike of 1905 g. (22 of the province, including four non-chernozem provinces, Pskov, Novgorod, Vitebsk, Kostroma), which opens up a number of hunger strikes: 1906, 1907, 1908 and 1911 . (mainly eastern, central provinces, Novorossia) "
              2. Uncle Murzik
                Uncle Murzik 14 February 2017 17: 07
                +5
                Alexander Romanov, well, no one can beat you in a lie! Report in the joint meeting of the Society of Russian Doctors, the Society of Children's Doctors in St. Petersburg and the Statistical Office of the Highest Approved Russian Society for the Protection of Public Health, March 22, 1901, in the hall of the Museum of N. I. Pirogov, D. A. Sokolov and V. I. Grebenshchikov

                The huge mortality rate in Russia in comparison with other European countries is due to the almost exclusively prohibitively high mortality rate of children, dropping it, we would have for adults almost the same figures as for Western Europe. In view of this, I will allow myself to act as a defender of the interests of children and ask the meeting to jointly find out the reasons for their plague and come up with possible measures to reduce it.

                We have seen above that the smallest of all children die, and especially terrible mortality occurs before the age of 1 year, and in some places in Russia this mortality reaches such figures that out of 1000 children born, much less than half survive, up to a year (for example, in Karachay county of Ohan district of Perm province - 60%) they die during this first year of life. If we add to this the mortality of older children, 1–5 years old, then from 5–10 years old and from 10–15 years old, we will see that out of 1000 births, a very small number of children will survive to 15 years, and this number in many places in Russia does not exceed one quarter of those born. According to the author, over an average of 16 years, Russia consumes 18,8 pounds of bread and potatoes per person (from 13 in poor crops to 25 in crops), whereas in other countries the amount of bread consumed by one person does not fall below 20–25 pounds and the physiological norm for a person with moderate work cannot be lower than 17,2 pounds. Therefore, the figure of 18,8 pounds per person in Russia, excluding from them about 10% for bran and litter, is insufficient to feed even the peasant himself, not to mention his cattle, meanwhile, according to the calculations of prof. Lensevitz, a German peasant consumes food, translated into bread, about 35 pounds, therefore, twice as much as our Russian. If we take into account, in addition, the consumption of 18 pounds for the feeding of horses and cattle of owners, citizens and troops, for the production of alcohol, etc., for losses by fires, then for personal consumption only about 16 pounds remain, to buy somewhere impossible, since there is no longer any bread in the state. What can we say about the lean years, and meanwhile, for 16 years, the population went hungry 6 times, at the border of hunger there were 4 times and there was some surplus in reserve for the time from only 1-2 weeks to 3 months, only 6 times.
            2. Olgovich
              Olgovich 14 February 2017 12: 56
              +4
              Dear comrade, tell me at the mercy: where, in which Africa in the middle of the 20th century died of hunger 7 million people (1932-33) there was a terrible cannibalism, corpse eating, carrion eating, surrogates, endless "difficulties", "swelling" from hunger ?.
              Indeed, in addition to the well-known known famines of 1932-33, 1921-22, 1946-47, there were famines 1) 1924-1925, 2) 1927-1928, 3) 1936-1937, 4) 1939-1941, there are OGPU reports

              Was Nazino’s cannibal island on the Ob also in Africa?

              And after all, everything was in deep SECRET, that's what is wild.
              1. Uncle Murzik
                Uncle Murzik 14 February 2017 17: 03
                +2
                Olgovich well, so the tsars could not feed Russia in three hundred years, and the Bolsheviks fed Russia in 30 years! laughing
              2. MrK
                MrK 15 February 2017 18: 31
                +1
                Quote: Olgovich
                Dear comrade, tell me at mercy: where, in which Africa, in the middle of the 20 century, 7 million people died of starvation (1932-33)


                IN USA. And this is in the presence of products
    2. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 07: 48
      +5
      Quote: Uncle Lee
      The author is a rabid anti-adviser!

      In Ukraine, anyone who criticizes power is recorded as agents of the Kremlin.
      Our people, and not the CPSU won the war, fought against the invaders, built, conquered, conquered and built.
      It is our people.
      Quote: Uncle Lee
      . But as a result of the rule of the Communists, our state lost the vast territories that we have conquered for centuries

      Wow, the author is a real anti-Soviet, dared to tell the truth.
      25 million Russians were in an instant outside their homeland
      Hey communists sitting here, under the red flags. Where were you, why didn’t you defend the state?
      Quote: Uncle Lee
      and huge funds were invested in foreign countries, and all thanks to the rule of the CPSU.

      The people and the party are one, the people’s power, the factories of the workers, land to the peasants, money to the Papuans.
      1. Uncle lee
        Uncle lee 14 February 2017 08: 00
        +7
        Dear Alexandyr Romanov! I ask you not to ascribe quotes to me, this does not do you any honor! hi
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 08: 46
          +2
          Quote: Uncle Lee
          ! I ask you not to ascribe quotes to me, this does not do you any honor!

          These are quotes from the article, not yours. The glory of the CPSU, the honor and pride of 12% of the population of Russia lol
      2. MrK
        MrK 14 February 2017 12: 46
        +2
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Hey communists sitting here, under the red flags. Where were you, why didn’t you defend the state?

        This article is about the October Revolution of the 1917 of the year.
      3. MrK
        MrK 14 February 2017 13: 16
        +5
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Our people, and not the CPSU won the war, fought against the invaders, built, conquered, conquered and built.

        Dear Sasha Romanov. The role of the people in all these matters is unconditional.
        However, no people are capable of self-organization.. Except for self-organization in a gang. Or do you think that men are sitting, kvas. And then the thought comes to their mind: isn’t we going to build a nuclear power plant?
        And in the Battle of Kulikovo, and in the Patriotic War and in the battle of Poltava there were organizers - leaders who led the people. In the Second World War, the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks) lost half of its members killed. And you could be a tank with a grenade, or just trend while sitting with a beer at the computer. This is the first.
        And the second one. In today's Russia, the people are not organizing in any way. The farther, the more everything in w ... pu. So Putin and Medvedev, in your opinion, also do not play any role in building the economy of the Russian Federation. After all, the people themselves must make a decision and build, treat, teach, etc. without the participation of the authorities as the organizer.
        1. Stanislas
          Stanislas 14 February 2017 19: 11
          +2
          Quote: mrark
          no people are capable of self-organization. Except for self-organization in a gang. Or do you think that men are sitting, kvas. And then the thought comes to their mind: isn’t we going to build a nuclear power plant?
          Interesting representations at you. Only you have mixed up the people with the station proletarians. Or is the engineer designing the station no longer the people?
          1. MrK
            MrK 14 February 2017 20: 00
            +1
            Quote: Stanislav
            Or is the engineer designing the station no longer the people?


            An engineer is also a people. However, the decision to build a nuclear power plant was not made by him. The engineer is an ordinary performer and in the construction of nuclear power plants solves a private and narrow task.
            1. Stanislas
              Stanislas 14 February 2017 20: 32
              +1
              Quote: mrark
              Engineer is also a people
              And the national leader who drags on the implementation of significant projects for the country is also the people; so why do people draw one-sidedly like this - "men sit, leaven." And they are a people, but it’s just that people that almost openly in Brezhnev’s time fell upon red slogans such as “The CPSU — the mind, honor and conscience of our era!” (and all this with capital letters). This is the people who hoped for a more rational, honest and fair life, but by the 90s they got what they got.
              1. MrK
                MrK 15 February 2017 18: 34
                0
                Quote: Stanislav
                And the national leader is also a people


                Do you even understand what you wrote. Well this is how many hypostases Putin has.
    3. Vend
      Vend 14 February 2017 10: 36
      +5
      Quote: Uncle Lee
      The author is a rabid anti-adviser! According to him in the CPSU (b) and the CPSU there were no Russians, Tatars, Ukrainians and there were no peasants, workers, intelligentsia!

      And you are a rabid queen of hatred. However, this does not make the facts cited by the author incorrect. Leaders only lead and do not always lead correctly. No country in the world can survive if it is not supported by a simple person. Total percent of 10 is the so-called "elite", and any country rests on 90% of the population who simply live and work.
  2. Uncle Murzik
    Uncle Murzik 14 February 2017 06: 17
    +14
    one-sided article! The CPSU is guilty of the mediocrity of the tsar and his henchmen who led the country to revolution! The CPSU is guilty of the fact that the interim government began the collapse of the country and created chaos in Russia! wassatthe Bolsheviks wrested the country from the hands of the liberals, and made Russia a superpower!
    1. rvRomanoff
      rvRomanoff 14 February 2017 06: 46
      +5
      It would be nice for the author to calculate how many people were in the party, what positions they held, about non-party activists to inquire, etc. etc. .. Or, according to his logic, they were all not Russian (sorry, Soviet) people but Martians?
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 07: 52
        +3
        Quote: rvRomanoff
        about non-partisan activists

        Activists recourse And I remembered that the activists in the zone were, we turned up posters for the extra spider
    2. Sling cutter
      Sling cutter 14 February 2017 07: 32
      +11
      after such statues I really want to join the Party of the CPSU (B.), the CPSU.
      Give me a Mauser!
      1. Mordvin 3
        Mordvin 3 14 February 2017 07: 39
        +7
        Are the authors about to bang? In queue. repeat
        Quote: Stroporez
        Give me a Mauser!

        Where is Nagan with his Nagan? laughing
        1. Revolver
          Revolver 14 February 2017 09: 00
          +2
          Quote: mordvin xnumx

          Where is Nagan with his Nagan? laughing

          In America. A revolver in a drawer under lock and key.
      2. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 07: 49
        +3
        Quote: Stroporez
        Give me a Mauser!

        And why are you going to kill the Russians?
        1. Uncle lee
          Uncle lee 14 February 2017 08: 02
          +12
          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          And why are you going to kill the Russians?

          In the Donbass, Russians are killing Russians! And without the Bolsheviks!
          1. Alexander Romanov
            Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 08: 46
            +4
            Quote: Uncle Lee
            In the Donbass, Russians are killing Russians! And without the Bolsheviks!

            Under the leadership of Jews from Kiev, as well as 100 years ago in Russia
            1. pussamussa
              pussamussa 17 February 2017 09: 40
              +1
              Quote: Alexander Romanov
              Under the leadership of Jews from Kiev, as well as 100 years ago in Russia

              Of the 15 people who were members of the First Soviet Government, there were 6 Russians (Avilov-Glebov, Lenin, Milyutin, Nogin, Oppokov-Lomov, Rykov, Skvortsov-Stepanov, Shlyapnikov), 4 Ukrainians (Dybenko, Lunacharsky, Krylenko, Ovseenko), 1 Pole (Teodorovich), 1 Georgian (Stalin) and 1 Jew (Trotsky). During the entire existence of the Council of People's Commissars during the life of Lenin, only 5 out of 58 people's commissars were Jews, two of them (I. Steinberg and I. Gukovsky) were not even Bolsheviks. Only once and very briefly (1917-19) was the chairman of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee, the highest legislative authority in Soviet Russia (the equivalent of parliament), a Jew (Y. Sverdlov).
              A little more Jews were part of the leadership of the Bolshevik party. So, at the 6th Congress (July 6 - August 3, 1917 in Petrograd), five Jews were elected to the Central Committee of the Bolshevik Party of 21 people: G. Zinoviev, L. Trotsky, Ya. Sverdlov, M. Uritsky and G. Sokolnikov. L. Kamenev was a Jew only by his father, who was also baptized into Orthodoxy. In 1919, out of 19 members of the Central Committee, there were “three and a half” Jews: Trotsky, Zinoviev, Kamenev and K. Radek.
              Any Soviet Jew is much better than a Russian white emigrant or anti-Soviet.
  3. populist
    populist 14 February 2017 06: 18
    +13
    During the years of the Great Patriotic War, especially in its initial period, the Communists realized that they would not be able to maintain power, and again turned to the people and the church.

    Thanks to the author! Finally, at least someone discovered the truth. It turns out we won thanks to the church. fool
    And in what year did Stalin turn to priests? Hitler opened churches three times as many. Somehow it didn’t help him very much. Article as a whole negative
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 14 February 2017 06: 21
      +7
      But as a result of the rule of the Communists, our state has lost the vast territories that we have conquered for centuries. 25 million Russians were in an instant outside their homeland and huge funds were invested in foreign countries, all thanks to the rule of the CPSU.
      It would be nice if the "author" found out how many million were outside Russia after 91 years ... and of course the Communist Party was to blame, could not hold on to power ... you insane, GasPadin Turkul ...
      1. Olgovich
        Olgovich 14 February 2017 06: 30
        +5
        Quote: Andrew Y.
        But as a result of the rule of the Communists, our state has lost the vast territories that we have conquered for centuries. 25 million Russians were in an instant outside their homeland and huge funds were invested in foreign countries, all thanks to the rule of the CPSU.
        It would be nice for the "author" to find out how many million were outside Russia after 91 years .....


        You quote it yourself: 25 million Russians.
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 14 February 2017 07: 33
          +2
          Quote: Olgovich
          You quote it yourself: 25 million Russians.

          yes, I wanted to say one thing, but gave something else ... I thought about the fact that from the time when the “Communist Party” did not exist, twice as many people died (Russia) than it turned out to be outside the country ... statistics ... (thanks for pointing out my insanity) hi
          1. Olgovich
            Olgovich 14 February 2017 13: 12
            +4
            Quote: Andrey Yurievich
            I thought that since the time of the "CPSU"doubled more people (Russia) than it turned out to be outside the country.

            In relation to the fate of Russian old people Russia is a fairy tale, you can only imagine the fate of Russian old people OUT Russia!
            This is a terrifying, terrible silenced tragedy - people were not needed either by the nationalities or their homeland, who sent them there .. Whoever and what they wanted to do with them, it is impossible to describe .....
      2. Uncle Murzik
        Uncle Murzik 14 February 2017 06: 59
        +6
        Andrei Yuryevich and also find out that Putin was also a member of the CPSU! soldier
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 14 February 2017 07: 35
          +4
          Quote: Uncle Murzik
          Andrei Yuryevich and also find out that Putin was also a member of the CPSU! soldier

          there were all the leaders in the CPSU, even small ones ... otherwise, no way ...
    2. Sling cutter
      Sling cutter 14 February 2017 07: 40
      +6
      Quote: populist
      Thanks to the author! Finally, at least someone discovered the truth. It turns out we won thanks to the church

      Komsomol members it greatly
  4. zoolu300
    zoolu300 14 February 2017 07: 06
    +14
    Dumb anti-Soviet agitation. As always, people co-organized in the army and set up industrial production themselves. Wretchedly.
    1. Uncle lee
      Uncle lee 14 February 2017 07: 13
      +8
      Quote: zoolu300
      Wretchedly.

      Especially about Dmitry Donskoy, Minin and Pozharsky, with Peter 1 - somehow they did without the CPSU (b), poor fellow ...
  5. aszzz888
    aszzz888 14 February 2017 07: 17
    +5
    The article was crumpled painfully. It was possible to show many more arguments and facts DIVERSATIVE, and not just one run over to the CPSU ...
  6. CONTROL
    CONTROL 14 February 2017 07: 19
    +4
    They won thanks to fortitude, courage and self-sacrifice of our soldiers. They fought for Russia, for their people, according to our historians.
    I wonder where did "courage, self-sacrifice, fortitude" come from? Ahh, probably - they “fertilized” well, watered generously, and that’s grown! ...
    --------------------
    To say that the author - m ... k - to give him a tremendous compliment ... I do not want to get the "last Chinese ..." from the admins; although not critical ...
    ------------------------
    By the way, the site admins are aware that through the materials posted on the site, personal DoS and XSS attacks are performed? Who is such a smart dropout hacker?
    ... begs the answer?
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 07: 53
      +4
      Quote: CONTROL
      I wonder where did "courage, self-sacrifice, fortitude" come from? Ahh, probably - they “fertilized” well, watered generously, and that’s grown! ..

      And it is true how Russia conquered 1000 years without any communists.
      1. bionik
        bionik 14 February 2017 08: 37
        +5
        Quote: Alexander Romanov

        And it is true how Russia conquered 1000 years without any communists.

        Now, too, in the Yeltsen center, the young generation is being pushed into Russia that before the arrival of EBN Russia was not.
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 08: 47
          +1
          Quote: bionik
          Now, too, in the Yeltsen center, the young generation is shoved that before the arrival of EBN Russia was not

          And do you often visit him?
          1. bionik
            bionik 14 February 2017 08: 58
            +2
            Quote: Alexander Romanov

            And do you often visit him?
            I didn’t even think about it, although I live in the ECB, a friend told me (he went there with his son) with this sauce everyone presents it.
            1. Mordvin 3
              Mordvin 3 14 February 2017 09: 19
              +6
              Quote: bionik
              a friend told me (he went there with his son) here with this sauce everyone is presented.

              But I wonder what they will chat in the Medvedev Center, and Putin Center? repeat By the way, they say that children are taken to the Yolkin Center voluntarily-forcibly. Yes, they also make money for excursions. (children, not a museum).
            2. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 09: 57
              +2
              Quote: bionik
              , a friend told (went there with his son)

              I also dragged my son there, nda.
      2. Uncle Murzik
        Uncle Murzik 14 February 2017 08: 37
        +5
        Alexander Romanov, forgive you, you probably don’t know about the defeat in the Russo-Japanese War, in the Crimean War! laughing
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 08: 50
          +4
          Quote: Uncle Murzik
          Alexander Romanov, forgive you, you probably don’t know about the defeat in the Russo-Japanese War, in the Crimean War

          Afghanistan victory! Finnish victory! The ratio of losses of the USSR and Finland write.
          And at the same time write the number of victories in 1000 years

          And the most disgusting thing is that when you wrote about the defeats, you put a smilik laughing. It’s funny to you that the Russians perished in their duty. It says a lot about you, you're really murzik
          1. Uncle Murzik
            Uncle Murzik 14 February 2017 09: 12
            +3
            Alexander Romanov, you apparently as a liberal historian don’t know what happened as a result of the Finnish war! "As a result of the agreement concluded on March 12, 1940, the war stopped in Moscow, significant territories moved to the USSR (in the south - a number of islands, the Karelian Isthmus, the city of Viipuri (Vyborg) , the city of Sortavala, in the north - the city of Kuolajärvi with the enclosing territory (Salla), as well as the western part of the Rybachy peninsula and part of the Sredny peninsula. The port of Petsamo was returned to the Finns. The total territorial losses of Finland amounted to about 40 thousand km². [1] The USSR annexed territory itself is not a victory! belay and in Afghanistan there was no task to seize the country, only 100 thousand SWR were introduced! we lost some territories! laughing
            1. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 09: 14
              +2
              Quote: Uncle Murzik
              we lost some territories!

              People you don't care about. And in 91 thanks to the Communist Party
              1. Uncle Murzik
                Uncle Murzik 14 February 2017 10: 27
                +2
                Alexander Romanov people performed their military duty! Honor and praise to them!
            2. captain
              14 February 2017 11: 31
              +5
              Quote from Uncle Murzik: “As a result of the treaty concluded on 12 on March 1940 in Moscow, the war ceased, significant territories moved to the USSR (in the south - a number of islands, the Karelian Isthmus, the city of Viipuri (Vyborg), the city of Sortavala, in the north - the city of Kuolajärvi with the annexing territory (Salla), as well as the western part of the Rybachy Peninsula and part of the Middle Peninsula. The port of Petsamo was returned to the Finns. "
              Do not be offended by Uncle M urzik, but history must not be studied at congresses of the CPSU. Finland until 1917 was part of Russia, grandfather Lenin from the noble shoulder gave them (the Finns) free. And therefore, in 1940 it was necessary to put tens of thousands of lives, so that, as you write, “acquire” the territories you have listed. For this territory, which was simply presented by the Bolsheviks, our people had to shed blood. Not in 1917 began the history of Russia.
              1. Alexander Romanov
                Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 11: 48
                +3
                Quote: captain
                . Not in 1917 the history of Russia began.

                For them in 1917. And God be with them, soon they will no longer be left. 12%
              2. Uncle Murzik
                Uncle Murzik 14 February 2017 17: 15
                +2
                captain you apparently do not know that the separation of Finland began after the abdication of the king, and under the interim government! belay a provisional government that actually destroyed the army Like it wouldn’t be unpleasant for those who today are looking for any ways to outrun the Bolsheviks and the USSR, the version of the "Bolsheviks stole victory from Russia" is refuted by the facts of the state of the Russian army for the period from February to October 1917. I will not now swing the numbers torn hastily from the Internet about the number of deserters, the state of fronts, leapfrog in the change of command, etc. Volumes have been written about this, there are archives, there are documents - he who wants to hear and understand. I would just like to focus attention on the document: Order No. 1 of March 01, 1917, which essentially LAWNED the bacchanalia and collapse, which at that time reigned in the army and navy. Explain to me how it is possible in the Belligerent country, in the Belligerent army to officially abolish the principle of unity of command, on which the very existence of the army, as a combat unit, is based? !! Of course, one can argue: the brainwave in the army and navy began earlier, BUT - before the appearance of this document, all the outrages were unauthorized, and somehow fell under the category of war crimes. Order No. 1, by its appearance, gave the go-ahead for permissiveness in the complete absence of possible responsibility for what was done. By and large, the SAMA power deprived itself of control over the army, passing it into the hands of the MOST army, again depriving the command staff of this same army of all levers of influence on subordinates. With the advent of Order No. 1, the Russian army has evolved from a military unit into an ordinary armed crowd with all the consequences. And this happened with the blessing of the Provisional Government. Explain how, on the one hand, you can call for war to a victorious end, and on the other, how to add: “Well, you yourself decide whether to fight or not”
            3. Olgovich
              Olgovich 14 February 2017 13: 18
              +5
              Quote: Uncle Murzik
              "As a result of the agreement concluded on March 12, 1940, the war ceased in Moscow, significant territories withdrew to the USSR (in the south - a number of islands, the Karelian Isthmus, the city of Viipuri (Vyborg), the city of Sortavala, in the north - the city of Kuolajärvi with the annexed territory (Salla) as well as the western part of the Rybachy Peninsula and part of the Middle Peninsula.The port of Petsamo was returned to the Finns.The total territorial losses of Finland amounted to approximately 40 thousand km²

              By the way, they fought for what was already Russian. A certain Ulyanov recognized the independence of fmnland, not even bothering to ...... specify borders fool Complete and final ... fool
              Finns grabbed what they wanted, then war, then peace, then war again (Winter).
    2. Mordvin 3
      Mordvin 3 14 February 2017 08: 02
      +4
      Quote: CONTROL
      DoS and XSS attacks? Who is such a smart dropout hacker?
      ... begs the answer?

      Here-declassify the idiot. I want to look into his impudent face. And then he changed my NIK to me for “admins ...” Instead of points - three affectionate letters. am
  7. Walking
    Walking 14 February 2017 07: 36
    +7
    But what about the cry during the Great Patriotic War “Communists and Komsomol members forward”, and after all they got up, went in the front rows on machine guns, priests as it was not observed there. Article with a sweetheart.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 07: 54
      +3
      Quote: Hiking
      , went in the front rows on machine guns, priests as it was not observed there.

      Should priests go on the attack? You have not collapsed from oak or joined the CPSU?
      1. Walking
        Walking 14 February 2017 08: 10
        +8
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Quote: Hiking
        , went in the front rows on machine guns, priests as it was not observed there.

        Should priests go on the attack? You have not collapsed from oak or joined the CPSU?


        So you walked, look at the list of priests awarded the cross on St. George’s ribbon, many were awarded for raising soldiers on the attack.
        And in the Communist Party I was received in 1988 near Kabul.
        The contribution of the Communists to the Victory over Germany does not need to be belittled.
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 14 February 2017 08: 53
          +3
          Quote: Hiking
          So you walked, look at the list of priests awarded the cross on St. George’s ribbon, many were awarded for raising soldiers on the attack.

          C'mon, you just wrote that there wasn’t
          Quote: Hiking
          , priests as it was not observed there.

          Quote: Hiking
          And in the Communist Party I was received in 1988 near Kabul.

          No more CPSU, didn’t enter there.
          Quote: Hiking
          The contribution of the Communists to the Victory over Germany does not need to be belittled.

          The Russian people won !!!
    2. CONTROL
      CONTROL 14 February 2017 08: 02
      +1
      Quote: Hiking
      But what about the cry during the Great Patriotic War “Communists and Komsomol members forward”, and after all they got up, went in the front rows on machine guns, priests as it was not observed there. Article with a sweetheart.

      ... but nothing - quite a partisan? can?...
      1. Walking
        Walking 14 February 2017 08: 17
        +4
        It is necessary, and I respect them, that despite all the hardships during the Soviet era, they did not become traitors.
        1. Uncle lee
          Uncle lee 14 February 2017 08: 24
          +4
          Quote: Hiking
          they did not become traitors.

          They are Russians and defended their homeland!
    3. Olgovich
      Olgovich 14 February 2017 13: 25
      +5
      Quote: Hiking
      But what about the cry during the Great Patriotic War "Communists and Komsomol members forward"

      So other parties were FORBIDDEN.
  8. midshipman
    midshipman 14 February 2017 08: 25
    +14
    Did the author understand what he wrote. Or someone prepared it from abroad for him. Who organized the work of industry in 1941-1945? Who led the restoration of the country's economy in 1944-1959? Then the GDP growth rate was more than 15%. What now? The author knows about today's unemployment, about average wages.? The article is provocative. I have the honor.
  9. raid14
    raid14 14 February 2017 08: 33
    +13
    The author of the article did not understand the main thing, our people fought for their land under any government, under princes, kings and communists.
    By the way, I bashfully forgot to indicate that under the Soviet regime the illiteracy of the population was eliminated, the people received free health care, which under the tsar's priest was the destiny of the elect. It was the Communists who brought the land of mire, "from rags to riches", because it was they who carried out industrialization and electrification, raised industry, created a nuclear shield and launched the first Soviet man into space.
    In fact, the country was destroyed by the same “fighters against damned communism” on the salary of the State Department, who dreamed of Coca-Cola and other delights of Western capitalism, who shouted “Gorbachev perestroika” about the abolition of Art. Constitution of the USSR.
    1. Aviator_
      Aviator_ 14 February 2017 09: 06
      +3
      [/ quote] our people fought for their land under any authority, with princes, kings [quote]
      Here is a mistake. In World War I, they fought not for their land, but for the “Bosphorus and Dardanelles,” which is why the Civil War began in our country. Here in it already fought for their land.
    2. captain
      14 February 2017 11: 41
      +3
      Quote"
      raid14 Today, 08: 33
      The author of the article did not understand the main thing, our people fought for their land under any government, under princes, kings and communists.
      By the way, I bashfully forgot to indicate that under the Soviet regime the illiteracy of the population was eliminated, the people received free health care, which under the tsar's priest was the destiny of the elect. It was the Communists who brought the land of mire, "from rags to riches," because it was they who carried out industrialization and electrification, raised industry, created a nuclear shield and launched the first Soviet man into space. "
      Dear raid14, the author just writes that our people fought for their homeland not thanks to the communists and the church. The Communists pulled our people out of the mud? Sir, so say Zyuganovites and Gaidarites about the Russian people.
      1. raid14
        raid14 14 February 2017 12: 30
        +2
        A people without power, just a crowd and nothing more.
        The author of the article relies on the self-organized people and the inability of the autocracy to hold power in 1917, after the abdication of Nicola, and denies the influence of the authorities (communists, CPSU,) as an idea and driving force of Soviet society in building the state.
        Why does the author praise the exploits of the same people during the time of Peter the Great, the Time of Troubles, the Patriotic War of 1812? Due to the fact that the people supported the king, the priest?
        And it denigrates Soviet power under the Communists, exposing the CPSU (b), which had knelt on its knees, to beg the people and the church to fight the enemy.
  10. apro
    apro 14 February 2017 08: 56
    +9
    Nobody has ever done more than the communists for Russia, well, the people organized themselves made tanks, planes, organized themselves into collective farms, learned how to go to heaven and then returned to industry and agriculture, and the communists just dangled under their feet ??? It’s hard to come up with more nonsense especially with priests and icons. What can the people’s element do? Destroy only one thing, which February 1917 and August 1991 proved not a single enemy bomber flew over my city, but the amurselmash plant and foundation did not remain and today lives only by the fact that there is transib.
    1. captain
      14 February 2017 11: 43
      +2
      I recommend reading the history of Russia since the fifth century.
  11. CONTROL
    CONTROL 14 February 2017 10: 59
    +1
    History knows many examples of both courage and selflessness; at least so it looks after centuries ...
    ... how the Theban army of "fighting fagots" defeated Sparta's strongest army at that time ... or how the Gaelic beggar knight Wallace defeated the strongest army of the King of the Angles Edward ... or as Vlad Basarab - he is Tepes, aka Kazykly, aka Dracula, ruler of Wallachia - defeated the strongest army of the Turks ...
    So - it’s important: not who and with whom they fought and whom they beat at the same time, and AS!
  12. Igor V
    Igor V 14 February 2017 11: 52
    +7
    Not an article, but some kind of nonsense. He takes a quote about the year 1917 and cites the Battle of Kulikovo as an argument. "In the garden of elderberry, and in Kiev uncle" is obtained. If the author had bothered to study the situation in Russia and in Petrograd by the autumn of 1917, such an article would not have appeared. We urge you to study history not by political slogans, but by documents and scientific papers. And such articles are a mockery of our history.
  13. novel66
    novel66 14 February 2017 11: 59
    +2
    but still, my favorite question is Momai - Tatar or Mongol?
  14. Amper
    Amper 14 February 2017 12: 53
    +8
    Communism is the youth of the World, everything new is born in agony!
    I am the son of Soviet Russia, for all its problems, for me a civilization has disappeared in comparison with the modern state, where theft, bureaucratic and gangster lawlessness rule; destroyed production, education, science, medicine; unemployment; lawlessness; general addiction; immorality; obscurantism ... pointlessness ...
    What to spray with saliva already done !?
    We live on a piece of land left over from the Great Empire, which existed until the 90 of the last century. Is it not the father of modern power Yeltsin laid the foundations of its "prosperity", but it turned out that it was a cancerous tumor ...
    Well, what are we all about the Communists, they are not!
    Let's be good! 25 years is the term that the new "elite" created !? (Schemes of kickbacks and withdrawals to offshore companies should not be given) How is production growing? Engineering, agriculture, energy? How many new hospitals and clinics are open in cities and villages? Other achievements? The welfare of the people is growing?
    Or is everything tied to oil? !!
    Communists say !? And you were them, a communist !? Not the one who sits in the Kremlin, but the one who led the people at the machine and in the field and in battle? Try to jump!
    Today’s not leading anywhere ...
  15. BAI
    BAI 14 February 2017 13: 18
    +3
    In the list of battles where participation was not noted (RSDLP-VKP (b) -KPSS), the author did not mention: Capture by Prince Oleg of Tsargrad, Ice Battle, capture of Ishmael, Chesme and Sinop battles. Well, and something else, on the little things.
  16. BAI
    BAI 14 February 2017 13: 28
    +2
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Under the leadership of Jews from Kiev, as well as 100 years ago in Russia

    Is it possible in Russia somewhere, sometime, somehow to do without mentioning the Jews? In Ukraine, Russia is to blame for everything, in Russia, Jews are to blame for everything. Probably it's time to change the record, thank God the flash drive has already invented the world.
    1. Amper
      Amper 14 February 2017 14: 12
      +2
      If there were no Jews, they would certainly have come up with another nation / nationality guilty of troubles
  17. iouris
    iouris 14 February 2017 13: 32
    +5
    I think that the author has no moral right to write on such topics, since he does not have qualifications. You need to argue with Zyuganov elsewhere, if the author is interested.
  18. BAI
    BAI 14 February 2017 13: 37
    +2
    The author did not indicate that the participation of the RSDLP-VKP (b) -KPSS was dispensed with: the capture of Oleg Tsargrad, the Battle of the Ice, the capture of Izmail, the Chesmensky and Sinopssky battles, and a number of other battles.
  19. Radikal
    Radikal 15 February 2017 21: 43
    +4
    Quote: Olgovich
    Quote: Uncle Lee
    The author is a rabid anti-adviser! According to him in the CPSU (b) and the CPSU there were no Russians, Tatars, Ukrainians and there were no peasants, workers, intelligentsia!

    In fact, the facts cited by the author have nothing to argue. The author is almost right in everything.

    The communist period is in many ways a terrible, but short period in the life of Russia: Russia lived and convened without communists thousand years passed the most difficult tests and continues to live without them.

    Yes, the Russian people won brilliant victories in dozens of wars and the Bolsheviks did not smell there. ALL-and non-partisans (the vast majority) and communists fought in the Second World War, but most of all there would be members of the Socialist Revolutionary Party (party of peasants), but all parties except the communist party were banned.
    But the fact that the whole “merit” of the Communists is the Russian CROSS (since 1964 the Russian people have not reproduced themselves).

    Forcibly cutting off the primordially Russian New Russia from the mother of Russia, forcibly Ukrainizing millions of Russians, defeating the Russian Caucasus to please the Red Highlanders, transferring the Russian lands of the Semirechye and Orenburg regions from the damned Russian colonialists, devastating and robbing the Russian regions in favor of the outlying districts - only a small listing of the disasters brought by the Communists to the Russians to the people.
    Let me remind you that the Communists SINGEDLY ruled the country and did EVERYTHING that they liked, and, therefore, they alone were responsible for the extinction of the people and the 1991 catastrophe.

    The wars in which Russia won are nothing compared to the one won by the Soviet Union in 1945. And the Soviet people won it not under the leadership of princes, boyars, or chieftains with independent fathers - he won it under the leadership of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief, and his General Staff. And we don’t need to mumble any nonsense from under the Romanian rags here !!! am
  20. Loki_2
    Loki_2 16 February 2017 21: 06
    +3
    The author is beautiful. It makes no sense to disassemble individual passages. The entire article can be cast in granite, and the author can be diagnosed.
    Yuri Turkul, remember: the anti-Soviet is always Russophobe.
  21. pussamussa
    pussamussa 17 February 2017 09: 16
    +1
    For anti-Sovietism, the author of the article earned an honest five. For the content of the article and understanding of history, you can put a solid two points.