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The most disgraceful actions of Solzhenitsyn

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The most disgraceful actions of Solzhenitsyn



I would not want to live like this, because I would be very ashamed. Not only that - I would despise myself. So, how Solzhenitsyn sat in the “proletarian” camp.

Memories of Solzhenitsyn himself, his wives and friends show that the post-war GULAG was relatively liberal: the convicts (in any case, the future writer himself) had regular visits, packages, read books. They were well fed. In the current FSIN the conditions are much stricter.



Writer Vladimir Bushin in 2005 year in his book “Alexander Solzhenitsyn. The genius of the first spit ”gathered a lot of facts about the life of this Russian writer, a Nobel laureate. In his work, Bushin relied only on facts - the memoirs of Solzhenitsyn himself and his relatives. Several chapters of the book are devoted to the stay of Alexander Isaevich in the GULAG, more precisely in prisons and "special objects". We omit Bushin’s discourse on Solzhenitsyn’s moral character in these passages from the book, and cite only dry facts:

“The life that has to be done, its conditions, says a lot about life in captivity. In 1970, he wrote about his camp years in his biography for the Nobel Committee: “He worked as a laborer, bricklayer, and foundry worker”. And five years later, speaking before a large gathering of representatives of American trade unions in Washington, he began his speech with an ardent appeal: “Brothers! Brothers in labor! ”And again he introduced himself as a proletarian:“ I, who had worked in life for many years as a bricklayer, foundry worker, unskilled worker ... ”The Americans listened to the proletarian with bated breath.

Alexander Isayevich's introduction to physical labor occurred at the very end of July 1945, when, while at the Krasnopresnensky transit point, he began to walk to one of the piers of the Moscow River to unload the forest. Nobody here forced Solzhenitsyn, he admits: "We went to work voluntarily." Moreover, “we went with pleasure”.

But the future of the Nobeliate at the first meeting with physical labor manifested a trait that would accompany his entire term of imprisonment: the thirst to get the boss or any other post away from physical work by all means. When there, on the quay, the outfitter went along the line of prisoners to choose the foremen, the heart of Alexander Isaevich, according to his confession, “was torn from under the tunic: me! me! appoint me! .. ”. But the stay on the shipment gives the opportunity to enroll in his work experience of the proletarian only two weeks.



Then - the New Jerusalem camp. This is a brick factory.

Having fastened his tunic on all the buttons and sticking out his chest, the hero tells, he appeared in the director's office. "The officer? - immediately noticed the director. “What did you command?” - “Artillery battalion!” (Lied on the move, I thought it was not enough batteries). - "Good. You will be a clay clay master. ”

So the first post is mined. Solzhenitsyn admits that when everyone worked, he "quietly walked away from his subordinates for the high steepness of the rolled-off soil, sat down on the ground and died away."

As Reshetovskaya writes, quoting his letters, her husband worked at different jobs at a brick factory, but he was again hit by “some clerical place. It would be great if we could. ”

The dream was realized in a new camp on Bolshaya Kaluzhskaya (in Moscow), where he was transferred to 4 September 1945. Here, even on duty, he stated that he was a taster by profession. They believed him again, and, thanks to the expression on his face, “with straightforward willingness to pull the service,” they were appointed, as he writes, “not a normalizer, no, grab higher! - production manager, i.e. older than the outfitter and all the foremen! "



Alas, in this high position, the energetic applicant did not last long. But things are not so bad: "They sent me not as a digger, but to a brigade of painters." However, the position of the assistant normalizer was soon released. "Without losing time, I settled down the next morning as an assistant tinker, without learning a paint job." Was the new job difficult? We read: “I did not study normalization, but only multiplied and divided it for my pleasure. I have had occasion to go wandering around construction, and time to sit. ”

In the camp on Kaluzhskaya he stayed until the middle of July 1946, and then Rybinsk and the Zagorsk special prison, where he stayed until July 1947. For this annual period, from the point of view of building up the proletarian experience, he has gained nothing at all. Almost all the time he worked in his specialty - a mathematician. “And work approaches me, and I come to work,” he wrote with satisfaction to his wife.

With the same ease with which he had previously said that he commanded the division, and then called himself a scorer, the hero soon declared himself a nuclear physicist. He was believed this time too!

In July, 1947 was transferred from Zagorsk to Moscow again to use as a physicist. He was sent to the Martha Special Prison - the Research Institute of Communications. This is in Ostankino.

At the institute, whoever he was, he was not a mathematician, then a librarian, or a translator from German (who knew no better than nuclear physics), or even a complete idler: the thirst for writing again awakened, and now he confesses: time, and the bureaucratic work brazenly stopped pulling. ”

The conditions for writing were not bad. Reshetovskaya draws them in his letters as follows: “The room where he works is high, vault, there is a lot of air in it. Desk with many drawers. Next to the table is a window open day and night ... "



Referring to such an important aspect of his life in the Marfinsky Special Prison, as a daily routine, Solzhenitsyn writes that there were only two things that were required of him: "12 hours to sit at the desk and please the superiors." In general, for the whole period anywhere, except for this place, his working day did not exceed eight hours.

The picture is complemented by N. Reshetovskaya: “At lunchtime, Sanya is lying on the grass in the yard or sleeping in a dormitory. Morning and evening walks under the lime trees. And on weekends, he spends an hour on the air of 3-4, playing volleyball. ”

The place in the hostel is not badly arranged either - in a spacious room with a high ceiling, with a large window. Separate bed (not bunks), next - a bedside table with a lamp. “Before 12 watches Sanya read. And at five minutes of the first he put on his headphones, turned off the lights and listened to the night concert. ” Gluck's opera "Orpheus in Hell" ...

In addition, the Marfinsky special prison is, according to Solzhenitsyn himself, also “four hundred grams of white bread, and black is on the tables,” sugar and even butter, one twenty grams, the other forty each day. L. Kopelev specifies: at breakfast you could get an additive, for example, millet porridge; dinner consisted of three dishes: meat soup, thick porridge and fruit juice or jelly; for dinner some kind of casserole. And the time was the most difficult - the hungry post-war years ...

Solzhenitsyn received the entire term from his wife and her relatives first weekly broadcasts, then monthly parcels. Something even bothered him, and he sometimes became picky in the letters: “Dried fruits are no longer needed ... I especially want flour and sweet. All the products that you send out are delicious. ” My wife sent sweets, and now he reports: “I slowly suck the third volume of“ War and Peace ”and with it your chocolate ...”

Books became the passion of Solzhenitsyn. In Lubyanka, for example, he reads such authors, who then, in 1945, were almost impossible to get at liberty: Merezhkovsky, Zamyatin, Pilnyak, Panteleimon Romanov:

“The Lubyanka Library is its decoration. Books bring as much as people in the cell. Sometimes a librarian of miracles takes our orders! ”

And in the Martha special prison, Solzhenitsyn had the opportunity to make orders even in the main library of the country - in Leninka.



Family visits were held on Taganka, in the prison employees' club, where prisoners were brought from other places of detention. N. Reshetovskaya describes one of them in such a way: “No“ scary car ”drove up, but a small bus from which our husbands got out, quite well dressed and not at all like prisoners. Immediately, not having entered the club, each of them approached his wife. Sanya and I, like everyone, hugged and kissed and quickly handed each other our letters from each other, which thus avoided censorship. ”

And another excerpt from the book of Bushin, no longer relevant to the writer's conclusion, but well showing Solzhenitsyn’s perception of himself as a messiah:

“Such a case, which took place under the new 1962 year. I went with my wife from Ryazan to Moscow to hide my manuscripts near Teush. In a festive train, a drunken bully began to mock passengers. None of the men opposed him: who was old, who was too careful. It was natural to leap up to me - I was close to me, and I had a fair duck. But the cherished suitcase with all the manuscripts was standing at our feet, and I did not dare: after the fight, it was inevitable to reach out to the police ... It would have been Russian история, so that on this hooligan my cunning threads would break off. So, in order to fulfill the Russian duty, it was necessary to have a non-Russian endurance. ”
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  1. Victor N
    Victor N 1 November 2017 15: 15
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    The main thing is not to be, the main thing is to seem.
    1. 79807420129
      79807420129 1 November 2017 20: 39
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      Rostov Respect to you. hi
      1. aws4
        aws4 2 November 2017 06: 27
        +7
        Thank you comrade !!!!!!!!!!!))))))))
        1. Talgat
          Talgat 3 November 2017 17: 29
          19
          Solzhenitsyn is simply disgusting. This is the enemy. Enemy of both Russian and all peoples of the USSR.

          His poison poisoned souls in 90 and helped ruin our homeland.

          We don’t like Solzhenitsyn, to say the least. especially his attempts to sow discord between fraternal peoples - to consolidate the collapse of Eurasia in favor of the United States - to create "Ukrainian options" throughout the post-Soviet world
          1. Air defense SSH
            Air defense SSH 1 January 2018 14: 18
            +3
            As soon as any of the liberals scrape with just a fingernail, the disgusting shit of hatred for the homeland and the protruding I ...
    2. Titsen
      Titsen 2 November 2017 07: 08
      +5
      Quote: Victor N
      The main thing is not to be, the main thing is to seem.


      It turns out that the KGB overlooked such a fierce hater of our society ?!

      And not only overlooked, but practically created the conditions for its formation, formation and ultimate destiny!

      So, Solzhenitsyn is a KGB project ?!
      1. Sergey-svs
        Sergey-svs 2 November 2017 13: 17
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        Quote: Titsen
        It turns out that the KGB overlooked such a fierce hater of our society ?!
        So, Solzhenitsyn is a KGB project ?!

        We will find out about this only when the KGB archives are opened on it, which the liberarian in power is very actively opposing! negative And yes it turns out that the "bloody gebnya" overlooked "this ray of liberal truth" in the kingdom of Soviet darkness! request But the fact that Solzhenitsyn is a rare bastard and traitor does not raise any doubt! The “Gulag Archipelago” was not written to tell the truth about camp life, but to inspire the reader with an aversion to Soviet power. Solzhenitsyn honestly worked out his 30 pieces of silver for the lie, thanks to which the Russians began to hate their past and destroyed their country with their own hands. A people without a past is garbage on their land. The substitution of history is one way of waging the Cold War against Russia. am
        1. maxim947
          maxim947 2 November 2017 21: 26
          +3
          Well pushed in, nothing to add.
        2. nznz
          nznz 7 December 2018 01: 38
          0
          about Shalamov’s truth about the camp truth, read Kolyma stories ..
    3. Antianglosax
      Antianglosax 3 November 2017 10: 18
      +7
      Again, the trashy traitor was remembered, instead of oblivious to this vile creature. Ugh!
      1. Herman 4223
        Herman 4223 7 November 2017 22: 33
        +4
        In order not to step into shit, you need to know how it looks, you must not forget not one abomination.
  2. Alex_59
    Alex_59 1 November 2017 15: 28
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    Well, in the zone everyone tried to find a warmer place, this is logical. All the same, in hard work people were often sick, more tired and some who were not good in health, of course, they died with time. The desire to "settle down" for forced bonding is not worth the blame. But why then lie that you are a proletarian? This is certainly not beautiful. The funniest thing, well, would I admit that I worked as a normalizer, that would become less affected by this? Fine like that.
    1. Deck
      Deck 1 November 2017 16: 17
      17
      Petty is the author of this article. Solzhenitsyn is a writer, not a saint. It should not be a moral standard. There is Nikita Mikhalkov, there is no place to put samples, but we love him for his roles in the cinema. Or here is Kobzon. Not only Kobzon, but also bandos. But we listen to "Somewhere Far"
      For the saints is Gundyaev
      1. avt
        avt 1 November 2017 16: 30
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        Quote: Deck
        Solzhenitsyn is a writer, not a saint.

        Learn the materiel, the writer himself called himself a CHRISTIAN! Moreover, this scribe did not even bother to visit the archive of the Gulag, opened in the 90s, like all the writers who wrote their imperishable works on the number of repressed. Here, not one of the liberalizing surnames left a trace in the forms for familiarization with archival documents.
        Quote: sergo1914
        The Gulag is a work of art.

        Did you mean the Solzhenitsyn’s “revelers archipelago”? Well, yes, it was fantasy writing and never based on documents. Actually, this lying poet wasn’t the first, before him, one amer seemed to have collected a collection of stories from emigrants and this became a scripture for of all human rights defenders and gishtoriks along with the letter of the Letopis'ka - the person involved in the article. Even the very real Trotskyist Shalamov, who survived by a miracle because he did not hide his worship of Trotsky, is more credible than this creature.
        1. Deck
          Deck 1 November 2017 20: 15
          11
          Judging by the hysteria and the vocabulary used, you did a good walk yesterday on your professional holiday - the Day of Prison and Prison Workers ?! laughing
          1. 79807420129
            79807420129 1 November 2017 22: 46
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            Quote: Deck
            Judging by the hysteria and the vocabulary used, you did a good walk yesterday on your professional holiday - the Day of Prison and Prison Workers ?! laughing

            Look in the mirror, dear, the person is more often, in the mirror, and there you will see a tantrum, a walk and other cad. yes
          2. avt
            avt 2 November 2017 11: 37
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            Quote: Deck
            Judging by the hysteria and the vocabulary used, you did a good walk yesterday on your professional holiday - the Day of Prison and Prison Workers ?!

            You can immediately see the intellectual denouncing him against the coat. And what is so liquid? Well, just start scribbling a denunciation of GDP, like- ,, You do not have the right! Senior ordered! "
            1. Deck
              Deck 2 November 2017 19: 49
              +1
              Ek pulled on foot! laughing
              1. avt
                avt 2 November 2017 20: 37
                17
                Quote: Deck
                Ek pulled on foot!

                Wash your feet, and wash your footcloths. Hygiene helps, otherwise they started themselves in such a way that you suffocate from your own stink.
              2. Barmal
                Barmal April 8 2018 19: 19
                0
                Judging by the accent in the phrase - the attitude towards life in the barracks is negative. How is it to the quilted jackets and pea jackets? Type unsuitable clothes for you?
      2. Awaz
        Awaz 1 November 2017 18: 52
        10
        It's one thing to write. I do not argue "matrenin yard" - a masterpiece. Everything else is overwhelmingly hazy and crazy fabrications. Of course, the author has the right to fantasy, but lying outrage is also not the case.
      3. Alex_59
        Alex_59 2 November 2017 07: 12
        +8
        Quote: Deck
        Solzhenitsyn is a writer, not a saint

        Solzhenitsyn is a writer who sought to appear holy.
        Varlam Shalamov, for example, did not break into saints. And he wrote it precisely documented, and not artistically.
        1. Karen
          Karen 2 November 2017 07: 28
          +1
          Quote: Alex_59
          Quote: Deck
          Solzhenitsyn is a writer, not a saint

          Solzhenitsyn is a writer who sought to appear holy.
          Varlam Shalamov, for example, did not break into saints. And he wrote it precisely documented, and not artistically.

          I don’t remember where I read from, but there was an investigation into those who ran ... it turned out to be crooks.
          1. avt
            avt 2 November 2017 09: 45
            +6
            Quote: Karen
            I don’t remember where I read from, but there was an investigation into those who ran ... it turned out to be crooks.

            Well, a Georgian-type human rights activist Gamsakhurdia did speak with repentance on USSR TV. And something like that - he completely changed his shoes in 1991.
      4. nznz
        nznz 7 December 2018 01: 42
        0
        the caliber is different. well, the Mikhalkov-court of any court.
        Kobzon is understandably a small-town boss. But Nobel’s is different, it’s world-wide. And the demand for size is fair. He sat Solzhenitsyn (his name so accurately reflects its essence) in some kind of muzhos, he wrote, well, at least like Rezun-Suvorov .. I don’t give a shit .. but no — the fault was on the KGB and politicians of that time — they themselves did everything to promote it.
    2. Alikos
      Alikos 1 November 2017 19: 26
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      Quote: Alex_59
      Why then lie that you are a proletarian? This is certainly not beautiful. The funniest thing, well, would I admit that I worked as a normalizer, that would become less affected by this? Fine like that.

      Wasteland, talker bouncer ...
      In addition, adapted. And most importantly the INFO
      1. urman
        urman 1 November 2017 21: 40
        +6
        Or like Vysotsky- A liar, Chatterbox and Govorun!
        1. Golovan Jack
          Golovan Jack 1 November 2017 22: 06
          +8
          Quote: urman
          Or like Vysotsky- A liar, Chatterbox and Govorun!

          Vysotsky has no such thing.
          1. Korsar4
            Korsar4 1 November 2017 23: 24
            +6
            "Liar, chatterbox and laughter"

            From "The Seaside is no more .."
            1. Golovan Jack
              Golovan Jack 2 November 2017 05: 23
              +7
              Quote: Korsar4
              "Liar, chatterbox and laughter"

              From "The Seaside is no more .."

              Exactly yes
            2. urman
              urman 2 November 2017 08: 20
              0
              Thanks for the amendment!
      2. bandabas
        bandabas 2 November 2017 12: 01
        +4
        They just called and asked: “Can you?” - "I can!" - modestly and without a shadow of embarrassment, the future Nobel laureate answered and signed on cooperation.
        1. nznz
          nznz 7 December 2018 01: 44
          0
          stood like he was sticking out his chest and fastened with everything that was possible. including an egg in the lower loop of his jacket. and then the bosses distribute the work. They ask, are carpenters there, to knock with a hammer? And here I was flooded! I can knock, cool. Ah ... well, come here, you will be a snitch ..
    3. Nyrobsky
      Nyrobsky 1 November 2017 22: 54
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      Quote: Alex_59
      Well, in the zone everyone tried to find a warmer place, this is logical. All the same, in hard work people were often sick, more tired and some who were not good in health, of course, they died with time. The desire to "settle down" for forced bonding is not worth the blame. But why then lie that you are a proletarian? This is certainly not beautiful. The funniest thing, well, would I admit that I worked as a normalizer, that would become less affected by this? Fine like that.

      Yes, in fact, the point is not even that, but that Solzhenitsyn himself He made efforts to get to the camps when he deliberately wrote in letters to the rear lines criticizing the authorities in order to avoid participating in military operations in which people are known to die. Thus, he deliberately transferred his body from military status to prisoner status. this increased his chances of survival. As for the mortality of prisoners from starvation in camps and civilians in the wild, here is a moot point. the prisoner received his rations according to anyone, for the state allocated the established norm for him, which ensured his participation in the development of the norm for the needs of the country. What is the point of drumming a person from Stavropol or Latvia to the North, in a Stolypin carriage across the country, burning coal in the furnaces of steam locomotives in order to starve him to death? It was easier and cheaper to shoot on the spot. For the most part, this stereotype was laid down by the same Solzhenitsyn and replicated by his followers as an undeniable truth. In many cases, the civilian population has suffered greater deprivation and famine than those who were on the other side of the barbed wire. Well, the fact that this pretzel for the most part of the term was not at logging or digging a mine, but at "light" work, speaks in favor of the fact that he was in touch with the administration and like a drummer "tapped" his cellmates . Maybe someday (and probably soon) people will be shown operational archival materials on this "champion" of democracy and justice, after which his works will be withdrawn from circulation as distorting historical truth and aimed at causing moral harm to Russia at the international level.
      1. Camel
        Camel 2 November 2017 00: 11
        +7
        Nyrobsky
        Maybe someday (and probably soon) people will be shown operational archival materials on this "champion" of democracy and justice ...

        Your words - yes to God’s ears!
      2. Alex_59
        Alex_59 2 November 2017 07: 09
        +7
        Quote: Nyrobsky
        In many cases, the civilian population has suffered greater deprivation and famine than those who were on the other side of the barbed wire.

        That's for sure. Other authors who sat and wrote said this. Well, it's adequate, who understood the essence. The whole country lived like that. I remember exactly someone I read about the fact that working on an equal footing with civilian employees, the inmates were glad that they would come to the barracks where they were waiting for ready-made food and the complete absence of any business outside of working hours. While the civilian having returned home was loaded with a bunch of household goods, family, children, food, laundry, tidy. And paid by civilian workers is not many times more than prisoners.
      3. VS
        VS 5 November 2017 10: 58
        +3
        "" probably soon) the people will have operational archival materials on this "champion" of democracy and justice, after which his works will be withdrawn from circulation, ""

        - this will not happen soon -)) do not expect))))

        And - those letters on the front that he "wrote" to his acquaintance - the sergeant subordinate wrote at his "request". Thus, Isaich planted the officer to whom he wrote to the neighboring front — and such correspondence is unambiguously — BETWEEN the fronts — and is checked by special departments — that is, Isaich knew for sure that he would be imprisoned soon - but he would run away from the front - and the sergeant also nearly sat down)))
        1. Nyrobsky
          Nyrobsky 5 November 2017 11: 30
          +3
          Quote: V.S.
          - this will not happen soon -)) do not expect))))

          How to know, how to know? 30 years ago, too, no one could have thought that the USSR would not become, and it won’t look like .... already 26 years have passed since the "liberal sun" shone, one of the rays of which was Solzhenitsyn. And yet, yes, this sun does not fade by the day, but by the hour, for it does not correspond to the aspirations of the people. The people are not Eroshka, they understand a little ... Without reliance on the people, any power is weak, and therefore it cannot be ruled out that the government can sacrifice the same Solzhenitsyn. Already “sacrifices”, because, otherwise, there would be no articles incriminating him. hi
          1. VS
            VS 7 November 2017 09: 39
            +2
            no more than the costs of "freedom of speech" - everyone can fart as much as you like, but they pushed the Isaich abominations into schools)))
      4. nznz
        nznz 7 December 2018 01: 49
        0
        why it’s not glued. You have to listen so in the camps of the sanatorium. Read Shalamov-there is truth. Perhaps Solzhenitsyn’s calculation was like that, but he’s unlikely to know that they live hungry in the agers. And rations about which you write, maybe lazily lying would be enough, but when you cut the wood or hammer a stone, the ration seems miniscule, it’s not enough, therefore, people turned into goners .. and teeth didn’t fall out of a good life, in general, all the same, to Shalamov .. turn in .. from modern ones — the Abode is at least artful, but it looks like a prada (Zakhar Prilepin) ..
    4. Alex
      Alex April 15 2018 15: 25
      0
      Quote: Alex_59
      The funniest thing, well, would I admit that I worked as a normalizer, that would become less affected by this? Fine like that.

      No, this is not pettiness. This is the interior essence of a small and dirty little man who always adapted to the situation: today - a combat commander, tomorrow - a rate-maker, the day after tomorrow - a proletarian, and if necessary - a fiery fighter with totalitarianism, a cult and what else to say.
  3. Eurodav
    Eurodav 1 November 2017 15: 31
    22
    This figure will someday be expressed general contempt and will not read his books, his actions were too mean, and indeed his whole life!
    1. sergo1914
      sergo1914 1 November 2017 15: 38
      10
      Quote: Evrodav
      This figure will someday be expressed general contempt and will not read his books, his actions were too mean, and indeed his whole life!


      The Gulag is a work of art. I don’t understand why it is perceived as a chronicle. Author - invented a certain world. We do not discuss the veracity of "20 thousand leagues under the sea." Jules Verne came up with captain Nemo. Solzhenitsyn came up with a stoppage of hundreds of executed millens.
      1. ukoft
        ukoft 1 November 2017 16: 05
        30
        ideological enemy, traitor. undermined the foundations of the state in which he lived. Disident ........
        I still don’t officially debunk him. with his mental problems and a sense of unfulfillment?
        this enemy is worse than the real ones who look in the eyes.
      2. Stas157
        Stas157 1 November 2017 16: 36
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        Quote: sergo1914

        The Gulag is a work of art. I do not understand why it is perceived as a chronicle.

        In his work of art Solzhenitsyn artistically stained the existing Soviet system. And moreover, he did this in the year of world imperialism, which, with the help of such liars, among other things, destroyed the USSR from the inside. Not for nothing that the capitalists did not spare him even the Nobel Prize.
        1. creak
          creak 1 November 2017 19: 13
          +5
          Quote: Stas157
          Not for nothing that the capitalists did not spare him even the Nobel Prize.

          They are such capitalists - even for Sholokhov they did not regret the Nobel Prize ... But he didn’t seem to do anything to please world imperialism and the Soviet system didn’t stain, rather, on the contrary, and nevertheless did not regret the prize. I. Who will understand these capitalists .. . what
          1. Lopatov
            Lopatov 2 November 2017 10: 56
            +7
            Quote: ranger
            They are such capitalists - even for Sholokhov they did not regret the Nobel Prize.

            There, everything is not as simple as you think. He received the prize a quarter of a century after the writing of Don. And was nominated 12 times.
        2. Azim77
          Azim77 1 November 2017 19: 28
          +8
          And at five minutes past one I put on my headphones, turned off the light and listened to a night concert. ” Gluck's opera Orpheus in Hell ...

          We wish him to listen to the opera forever there ..
      3. Awaz
        Awaz 1 November 2017 19: 01
        +3
        however, for some reason everyone believes that this was so in the USSR. He also says that this is a description of his life. If this scribbler immediately wrote that it was his fabrications and assumptions and all this is an artistic whistle, then it is one thing, and when he claims that it was so - then you need to deal with him.
      4. Glory1974
        Glory1974 1 November 2017 20: 14
        +9
        The Gulag is a work of art.

        But presented as historical
      5. Vadim237
        Vadim237 1 November 2017 22: 21
        0
        We are at the expense of the repressed - he even understated.
      6. Neputin
        Neputin 1 November 2017 23: 39
        +5
        You are absolutely right. But it never occurred to anyone to build an ideological platform on the “20 thousand leagues under the sea”, as our liberals do, referring to the “works” of Mr. Solzhenitsyn.
      7. VS
        VS 5 November 2017 11: 01
        +3
        The books of Jules Verne in schools are imposed on children unless the widow of a science fiction writer?))) And the crap of Isaich is imposed on schoolchildren, and not every teacher dares to tell the children what shit in these "archipelagos" was invented (((
      8. Alex
        Alex April 15 2018 15: 29
        0
        Quote: sergo1914
        The Gulag is a work of art. I don’t understand why it is perceived as a chronicle. Author - invented a certain world. We do not discuss the veracity of "20 thousand leagues under the sea." Jules Verne came up with captain Nemo. Solzhenitsyn came up with a stoppage of hundreds of executed millens.

        Unfortunately, Vern, unlike Solzhenitsyn, did not even think of passing off his works as sketches from nature. He honestly published them in a genre that he himself created: science fiction geography. As for the opus of Solzhenitsyn, they are presented to us almost as a revelation of a saint who did not spare his stomach for freedom and democracy. Well, saints, as you know, never lie, and all that they say and write is the ultimate truth. Here is such a simple logic.
      9. nznz
        nznz 7 December 2018 01: 51
        0
        Isn't the difference clear? It’s one thing for Roma to write, about anniversary or science fiction, write Emelya, your week, nevermind. But here is the history of the country being misrepresented — how can you justify it?
    2. Gardamir
      Gardamir 1 November 2017 19: 08
      +7
      To this figure
      And so you deeply revered Putin worships Solzhenitsyn. He even wandered off a wall of sorrow with national money.
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      2. VS
        VS 5 November 2017 11: 02
        +1
        That is why the Isaich mud will not disappear soon))))
  4. parusnik
    parusnik 1 November 2017 15: 36
    12
    V. Shalamov, somehow did not sit very sweet, not like Solzhenitsyn .. He directly wrote about this to him ...
    1. avt
      avt 1 November 2017 16: 32
      +3
      Quote: parusnik
      V. Shalamov, somehow it was not very sweet

      So wrote above
      Quote: avt
      Somehow even the very real Trotskyist Shalamov, who survived by a miracle precisely because he did not hide his worship of Trotsky, is more credible than this creature.

      request
      1. parusnik
        parusnik 1 November 2017 17: 48
        +8
        Exactly, I was sitting in greenhouse conditions ... and, apparently, I wanted to sit out, not to fight anymore ... who was involved in his case they drank ...
        1. Captain Nemo
          Captain Nemo 1 November 2017 18: 34
          +4
          Thoughtful conclusions. Judge by yourself?
          1. parusnik
            parusnik 1 November 2017 19: 17
            +6
            No less thoughtful conclusion ...
          2. 34 region
            34 region 1 November 2017 20: 00
            +5
            18.34. Captain Nemo! And what is Sailing wrong? According to Solzhenitsyn and other human rights defenders, the Gulag is a scaffold. They are sent there only to death. The Gulag only sends to the other world. And here! A miracle appears! Miracle! Miracle! He survived! He is cured! How so ?! GULAG is a cemetery !? The Gulag is violence and forced labor !? Facts and reality do not fit. What to do?
      2. nznz
        nznz 7 December 2018 01: 53
        0
        judging by what Shalamov wrote, he survived thanks to luck and chance, got into the orderlies of a normal doctor, then he was attached and there he somehow got stronger .. and was able to survive
  5. Radikal
    Radikal 1 November 2017 15: 43
    14
    Quote: Evrodav
    This figure will someday be expressed general contempt and will not read his books, his actions were too mean, and indeed his whole life!

    His books are part of the school curriculum in literature, so think about it when the time comes that you are talking about. sad
    1. 34 region
      34 region 1 November 2017 20: 04
      +4
      15.43. Radical! Yes, ah! And the president takes the widow! What is it for? Is Solzhenitsyn a science fiction or a clairvoyant? After all, he worked for the future! Did he dream or know?
  6. Siberian1965
    Siberian1965 1 November 2017 15: 57
    14
    This should in principle be forgotten. Cheap and corrupt. And he only has to read books “Novodvorsky” and ss..b in ecstasy receiving confirmation of his thoughts about “by..o”, which can only creep in and should generally hang on the streetlights.
    1. Palch
      Palch 1 November 2017 16: 42
      +7
      Especially for shkoloty - Novodvorskaya already as 3, rested in the Bose!
      1. Alex
        Alex April 15 2018 15: 35
        +2
        Quote: Palch
        Especially for shkoloty - Novodvorskaya already as 3, rested in the Bose!

        The word "Novodvorskaya", if it does not make it difficult for you to CAREFULLY read the post, is quoted and written with a small letter, which indicates the collectiveness of this concept and its use in the common sense. This is so if you are not a shkolota, as you yourself put it.
  7. tv70
    tv70 1 November 2017 16: 16
    +5
    With such a surname, is it possible to write something true? God marks the assault and others like him. There was an opportunity to read, but did not even want to get dirty.
    1. Palch
      Palch 1 November 2017 16: 47
      +3
      When Polovtsev in a suitcase under the bed found volumes of works of Lenin and asked why? Polovtsev smiled impudently: - To beat the enemy - you need to know his weapon! That is why it was necessary to read Solzhenitsyn. And then, the truth is she is always somewhere nearby. Well, however, what am I talking about! You most likely did not strain your cerebellum about Sholokhov.
    2. antivirus
      antivirus 1 November 2017 17: 15
      12
      in January of the 90th year, in a hospital, a friend of his wife brought fresh "Cancer Corps" and "Kroogi ..:
      "I read, I read, dregs !! We are all from the barracks. Of the 15 friends, only 2 were not sitting, we went to the youngster in the night, I have known everything for a long time. And it’s lying."
      Is this apparently an artistic fiction?
      FOR THE RED WORD, SELL MOTHER, SELL THE FATHER ... "
  8. Dzmicer
    Dzmicer 1 November 2017 16: 41
    +6
    He drove away from forced, slave labor. Well, scum! And how not ashamed?
  9. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 1 November 2017 17: 02
    +3
    Inspired, Mityaev:
    Ah, if we knew, ah, if we knew
    We would not miss the kid.
    Indeed, after thirty years, human troubles
    He will be paid the price.

    Europe will burn out, he will wash his blood
    In Russia, every earth span.
  10. Zloy
    Zloy 1 November 2017 17: 11
    15
    Exceptionally vile, like a writer zero. - very wrapped with all sorts of fictitious words. With difficulty, he defeated the Gulag Archipelago, a vile libel on Soviet reality. These are the ones that ruined the country. Their common interests, the goals that the country faced were not interested. They needed one thing - to fill the stomach, so that forty sorts of beer and one hundred sorts of sausage and there even though the grass does not grow. And such a roll in the classics of literature ...
    1. WUA 518
      WUA 518 1 November 2017 17: 24
      +5
      Take your time, look!
      1. antivirus
        antivirus 1 November 2017 19: 17
        +1
        thrifty grandfather was
    2. Captain Nemo
      Captain Nemo 1 November 2017 18: 33
      +3
      Yeah ... And there was no elephant and Bokiy was the cutest person ....
  11. Monarchist
    Monarchist 1 November 2017 18: 08
    +1
    Friends, and hunting all of you to bother mind. It would be because of what (I say not whom, but WHAT), personally for me A.I. stands one step higher than Rybakov's "Children of the Arbat", he is at the level of the plinth, and Anal is in ** ne .....
  12. Captain Nemo
    Captain Nemo 1 November 2017 18: 31
    +8
    Nothing that everything described happened behind a thorn? Does the author want to sit with such comfort? Well-chosen quotes, only without a properly drawn up list of references, you won’t check them. Are they cited in the right context? And what is shameful about wanting to get a better camp or prison? Well, of course, the headline ... Like "Everyone gasped when they found out how Solzhenitsyn was disgraced." Vile and vile little article. Moreover, the infamous is not so much in terms of content as in the methodology for delivering content. More and more disappointed in VO
    1. 34 region
      34 region 1 November 2017 20: 15
      14
      18.31. Captain Nemo! Everything happened behind the thorn! Which side? We are all below the poverty line, but on different sides! Is it not like Solzhenitsyn ruined the country? It is not like he settled down and advanced in power? It’s not like he voted for executions? It is not like he wrote denunciations and eliminated competitors? We had repression! What kind of repression? Such as Solzhenitsyn initiated these repressions, and were their participants and their performers. And when they were cleaned up, they suddenly became injured! Have pity on them! And in the 90s they were very sorry? Are you very sorry today?
      1. antivirus
        antivirus 2 November 2017 02: 46
        +4
        March 23, 1989 the first elections were held for the Congress of People's Deputies of the USSR.
        Father says: you need to ask your grandfather about repression.
        - He's not the boss in appearance.
        - Grandfather served in the prosecutor's office.
        And the grandfather had his 28th birthday. We arrived, presented shoes, sat down at the table. grandfather drank a stack over his 80th birthday ("the head will make a noise anyway").
        I remind my father: you need to ask about repression.
        Father asks the question "Have you participated?"
        -not
        -And who, how, when. why?
        - This is who wanted to curry favor.
        And he went to drink the pill "from the head."
        The pig will find dirt. and what did the man seek, how did he live ?.
        In 2015, I asked my aunt, 1933: what was said about my grandfather?
        - Nothing bad, but my childhood friend Kolya (her husband) was taken away from his father, the chairman of the collective farm, and no one knows where.
        These are the pies with kittens for Memorial.
        Who wanted to build socialism, built, who wanted to hang-hang, drown kittens, drowned and strangled (according to Bulgakov).
        I believe that the contradictions from the 19th century that have come to us (and that led to the three revolutions, we have not overcome for 50-70 years, but for 30-40 years.
        Can these terms be called an achievement?
        He served as a tank driver in Rybnitsy 4 g. (Father was born in Balta) Wanted to stay on extra urgent.
        "Grandfather in December 36 was demobilized from the Red Army, went to work for the Markov peat enterprise
        , and in January 37, according to the party recruitment, they were called to the prosecutor’s office ”
    2. Essex62
      Essex62 2 November 2017 02: 13
      +5
      So you, captain, no one here to do and not what. Here people share their thoughts about the fate of the motherland, new weapons, tactics and strategies. And to you under water you need to re-read books of this scum. Dive before it’s too late, just around the corner when they start issuing Kyle to be rewarded for betraying the Fatherland.
  13. wax
    wax 1 November 2017 18: 48
    +7
    Victory Marshals blame Solzhenitsyn for heinous lies.
    http://ipolk.ru/blog/enemy/24106.html
  14. Tihon12910
    Tihon12910 1 November 2017 18: 52
    +4
    The author of the article has every reason to despise himself, but, apparently, he is not ashamed. After all, he is not Solzhenitsyn, he never was and never will be ...
  15. Awaz
    Awaz 1 November 2017 18: 54
    +6
    why did such scribblers run west? Yes, because there were still those who lived with them at the same time and saw everything. Therefore, no one loved such Solzhenitsyn people.
    1. verner1967
      verner1967 3 November 2017 22: 37
      0
      Quote: AwaZ
      why did such scribblers run west?

      Do you know what you are writing about? Solzhenitsyn was expelled, depriving him of citizenship.
      On February 12, Solzhenitsyn was arrested, accused of treason, and deprived of Soviet citizenship. February 13, he was expelled from the USSR (delivered to Germany by plane).
      1. Nyrobsky
        Nyrobsky 4 November 2017 00: 06
        +4
        Quote: verner1967
        Solzhenitsyn was expelled, depriving him of citizenship.

        Do you yourself believe in what you wrote? How is this possible in a country of continuous dictatorship and bloody terror, devouring “their best children” for breakfast, so stupidly to take and depriving of citizenship, to send in good health a kind of criminal “it” that was immediately met on the other side of the “fence”, kindly and paid, provided with information support with the provision of printing services and promotion of circulation to the masses, followed by "execution" through the presentation of the Nobel Prize))) ... And this is against the background of millions of the same repressed prisoners, whose names, for the most part, no one will know !!! No, my friend, this bearded body was not a martyr at all, but just a Jew who knew what she was going to, what she was selling and for how much. But the trick is that he did not take a cent from that Nobel with him to the grave. He could not escape the death from which he hid all his life, but he found shame.
        1. verner1967
          verner1967 4 November 2017 09: 13
          0
          Quote: Nyrobsky
          And this is against the background of millions of the same repressed prisoners,

          Is your spatial orientation all right? Do you feel adequate in time?
          Quote: Nyrobsky
          repressed prisoners
          we had in the 30s - 50s, then they put me in a psychiatric hospital, but Solzhenitsyn was first kindly treated by the new government, and then suddenly fell out of favor, well, he told the truth ....
          Quote: Nyrobsky
          Do you yourself believe in what you wrote?

          This is not I wrote, this is the official Soviet chronicle. Do you not believe her? Have you been to a psychiatrist for a long time? This is a diagnosis, my friend, be proud, Stalin had the same disease, also did not believe anyone lol
  16. Awaz
    Awaz 1 November 2017 18: 58
    +9
    Yes, I almost forgot. Are there many who have read the Gulag Archipelago? I tried, but really dregs. For me, initially someone corrected it and the texts turned out interesting, but the Gulag is completely unreadable. I wonder if those who gave him the Nobel Prize read at least one of his works ... Stopudovo - hardly. And in the West, hardly anyone has read this. I would also like to know: how many of his works in the West have been sold? There it is one of the criteria for a successful author.
  17. Cetron
    Cetron 1 November 2017 19: 07
    +9
    In our country, in the 70s, the "voice of America" ​​was not suppressed in my opinion, VEF202 took excellently. Once he turned it on - they read "One Day Ivan Denisovich", listened for about five minutes and realized - the crap is complete, if this is the voice of freedom and the Nobel laureate, then I do not need such freedom, it is an enemy voice (I was then 15 or 16 years old).
    1. verner1967
      verner1967 3 November 2017 22: 42
      +3
      Quote: Cetron
      read out "one day of Ivan Denisovich", listened for about five minutes and realized - full rubbish

      In the days of the USSR, parents, fortunately, preserved the magazine “New World”: No. 11 for 1962 (the story “One Day of Ivan Denisovich” was published in it), read in one breath. The story made a lasting impression. In vain you are so. Although for the sake of an extra star you can’t write anything. "In the first circle" yes, it’s hard to read, but they shot a cool film.
      1. Senior manager
        Senior manager 24 November 2017 20: 31
        +1
        In my youth, and even now, I consider Ivan Denisovich the best story of Solzhenitsin, I simply mastered all the other works, tried to understand what the author’s talent was. Then it dawned on - the political and literary greyness demanded by the amers for the Cold War.
        1. verner1967
          verner1967 24 November 2017 21: 28
          0
          Quote: St. Propulsion
          I consider Ivan Denisovich the best story of Solzhenitsyn

          and the Cancer Corps? Really not mastered?
  18. Gardamir
    Gardamir 1 November 2017 19: 12
    +3
    Cool I waited on November 7, and then every day they anneal them.
    Everyone who loves and prays for Putin, for some reason they do not like Sobchak.
    Putin built the Yeltsin Center in honor of Yeltsin, but Putin's lovers spit on the Yeltsin Center.
    Putin respects Lzhenitsyn, but all Putin fans curse Lgunitsyn.
    How is that. Well, tell me about the cunning plan, about not yet time, about the intrigues of the State Department with the fifth column ...
    1. dauria
      dauria 2 November 2017 01: 06
      +2
      How is that...?


      "If a Jew is taken away from faith in God, and a Russian is taken away from faith in a good king, they become capable of the devil knows what ..." wink
  19. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 1 November 2017 19: 36
    +5
    "Thanks to Alexander Isaevich, Russia has become free"


    If not mistaken, the words of Gorbachev. Given the identity of the latter, everyone he praised is under suspicion.
  20. XXXIII
    XXXIII 1 November 2017 20: 21
    +3
    Who the hell is Solzhenitsyn? Kremlin "Troll" of the times of the USSR? Why not shot for letters about Stalin? The campaign was just a petty informer "6" (omitted), I obviously didn’t think of writing about myself, but embellished my suffering .... And those who knew him didn’t really want to pay attention to this No. 6 story .... Yes, and I knew nothing, stories of concern negative ..... obscene laughing .....
    Camp
    Do not you remember? It was he who stood apart!
    Yes, and slurped while standing, from a bowl, looking around.
    I won’t say for sure, but it seems to me
    he ate part of what was supposed to be for us.
    In the evenings he was led away. They say he was sitting at the table
    with the superintendent with whom he was once familiar.
    And in general work, he so barely moved the Kyle.
    And to roll a wheelbarrow - this is not for you to grind your tongue.
    And then we were unloaded from the barge to the boardwalk,
    and he wound up along the way with an escort one.
    Then the dogs tore him up. And he screamed like a child.
    The convoy laughed. And we also laughed at him.
  21. Gardamir
    Gardamir 1 November 2017 20: 22
    +5
    I think everyone will be interested in this message from the past.



    And for the West and the current enemies within the country, Solzhenitsyn is important not with books, but with his speeches.
    1. verner1967
      verner1967 3 November 2017 22: 46
      0
      Quote: Gardamir
      interesting is the message from the past

      certainly interesting, especially interesting is the end of the biography of this "rocker" who, having lived in a socialist paradise, suddenly drowned, probably out of delight (although he was a champion in swimming)
  22. Friends
    Friends 1 November 2017 21: 46
    +4
    Quote: sergo1914
    The Gulag is a work of art. I don’t understand why it is perceived as a chronicle. Author - invented a certain world. We do not discuss the veracity of "20 thousand leagues under the sea." Jules Verne came up with captain Nemo. Solzhenitsyn came up with a stoppage of hundreds of executed millens.


    I agree. But the problem is that Solzhenitsyn’s writings (class name) are served as documentary and eyewitness accounts. If they were presented as the works of Jules Verne and other writers, then the indignation and rejection would have caused much less.
  23. Igor V
    Igor V 1 November 2017 21: 51
    +5
    He called the Red Army a bunch of looters and rapists. And this is at the beginning of the 45th in East Prussia, during the most bloody WWII operation. So he was afraid to be killed in the war, that he was ready for anything. And from such a subject they blinded an icon!
  24. Clone
    Clone 1 November 2017 22: 08
    +5
    “Burn the hearts of people with a verb ...” (c) But this ... language doesn’t turn to be called a “writer” ... was stuck in the school curriculum, but only for burning the fragile souls of the younger generation.
    At one time in Vladivostok on a monument erected in honor of Alexander Solzhenitsyn, a sign was hung with the inscription "traitor". Do not add or decrease ...
  25. Radikal
    Radikal 1 November 2017 23: 47
    +4
    Quote: 34 region
    15.43. Radical! Yes, ah! And the president takes the widow! What is it for? Is Solzhenitsyn a science fiction or a clairvoyant? After all, he worked for the future! Did he dream or know?

    As for the science fiction writer, and we won’t break our heads, but ask yourself a question who is interested in having his “pearls” studied by our children, then it will be clear why the Guarantor accepts his widow and why he recently bowed to the “lamentation wall” established in Moscow... . hi
  26. avia12005
    avia12005 2 November 2017 02: 44
    +3
    I want to speak obscenely. Said ...
  27. Seraphimamur
    Seraphimamur 2 November 2017 04: 10
    +4
    Solzhenitsyn was a science fiction writer in the style of the post-apocalyptic as the Strugatsky brothers wrote “Inhabited Island”, only they probably did not understand it that way. And the fact that he was an opportunist and a petty scoundrel was so understandable: he wrote his books in the USA with the money of the CIA.
    And do not make him a saint and a genius from literature. And books so-so amateurs are depressing an amateur.
  28. Grits
    Grits 2 November 2017 09: 24
    +5
    For the first time I heard the name Solzhenitsyn somewhere in the mid-80s. When my grandfather was a war veteran and an old communist who joined the party in the trenches near Leningrad in 42, he spat sparingly and cursed, mentioning this pseudo-writer. He said that he had a corresponding surname. With neglect and squeamishness in his voice.
    True, I later reread his main books.
  29. captain
    captain 2 November 2017 10: 01
    +2
    Dear commentators. Read the book "Vanka company." The author is a real front-line soldier, you can understand that.
  30. nikvic46
    nikvic46 2 November 2017 10: 45
    +2
    I can’t say anything about Solzhenitsen, because I read only one of his books, which was published under Khrushchev.
    ask a question, they say, but how can you judge if you haven’t read it. For me, it’s enough that the whole liberal army leads
    his work as a historical truth. The main goal of which is to show the USSR as a criminal state. It is necessary to tell the truth, both good and bad. Somehow, the composer Zhurbin appeared on television. From his story. They called me and said that the Mexican star who wrote “Besame Mucho” should come any minute. Zhurbin “And time, you know what, It's empty in the refrigerator” And then the Minister of Culture interrupted him “There was nothing to treat”, Zhurbin started to get out Like, well, of course it was: cognac, and cervelat, and something. I respect this composer, but pull up the liberals song.
    1. captain
      captain 21 November 2017 13: 26
      0
      Quote: nikvic46
      I can’t say anything about Solzhenitsen, because I read only one of his books, which was published under Khrushchev.
      ask a question, they say, but how can you judge if you haven’t read it. For me, it’s enough that the whole liberal army leads
      his work as a historical truth. The main goal of which is to show the USSR as a criminal state. It is necessary to tell the truth, both good and bad. Somehow, the composer Zhurbin appeared on television. From his story. They called me and said that the Mexican star who wrote “Besame Mucho” should come any minute. Zhurbin “And time, you know what, It's empty in the refrigerator” And then the Minister of Culture interrupted him “There was nothing to treat”, Zhurbin started to get out Like, well, of course it was: cognac, and cervelat, and something. I respect this composer, but pull up the liberals song.

      Everything was, but for refrigerators like you, while others did not.
  31. nikvic46
    nikvic46 2 November 2017 11: 01
    +1
    As I watched Solovyov’s TV show “Poedinok”. And the opponent of Zyuganov asked the question "And what kind of hard labor did you want to be,
    Tsarist or Stalinist? "Zyuganov was embarrassed and answered," I would not want to be in any hard labor "
    But there was a difference. If under the king hard labor began at six in the morning and ended at twelve in the night. There is no good to be
    hard labor under any regime. But the bottom line is that, before the revolution, hard labor was the basis of Russian industry.
    1. verner1967
      verner1967 3 November 2017 22: 52
      +2
      Quote: nikvic46
      But the point is that before the revolution, penal servitude was the basis of Russia's industry.

      read the "Treasury House" of Dostoevsky, what is the basis of the industry. But the Gulag, it was a huge production site, although not the foundation either, but a decent component.
  32. Some kind of compote
    Some kind of compote 2 November 2017 14: 27
    15
    For some reason, not surprised good
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  34. master_iskusstv
    master_iskusstv 3 November 2017 14: 24
    0
    2018 in Russia is the year of Solzhenitsyn ...
  35. aries2200
    aries2200 3 November 2017 18: 05
    0
    not Solzhycinin and Solzhytsker.
  36. Sewer krainiy
    Sewer krainiy 3 November 2017 20: 29
    +3
    Quote: 34 region
    15.43. Radical! Yes, ah! And the president takes the widow! What is it for? Is Solzhenitsyn a science fiction or a clairvoyant? After all, he worked for the future! Did he dream or know?

    He is a coward, betrayed his homeland during the Great Patriotic War. As an officer and knowing that letters were censored, he wrote an anti-Soviet letter. For which, naturally, he was arrested and imprisoned. His colleagues died for their homeland. He "suffered" in the camps. Remained alive ... laureate ...
    1. verner1967
      verner1967 3 November 2017 22: 57
      +3
      Quote: Sewer Krainiy
      He is a coward

      a man recognized as "limited fit", quite able to sit out in the rear, he was drafted into the army at the most difficult time, and at the end of the war he suddenly became a coward, isn’t it nonsense?
      1. VS
        VS 5 November 2017 11: 16
        +3
        in fact, Isaich was not in the ACTING army as such)))) He "served" in the unit which was engaged in calculations at headquarters - calculated by the sound where the German batteries were fired - from where))) I thought from my youth that he was in the spotters and for Isaich in front of his grandfather, a front-line soldier who swore him like a freak - interceded because of his stupidity ... but in fact - he was sitting at the headquarters ALWAYS)) By the way, a profession is valuable and necessary. But he didn’t sit on the neutral for sure - the fire didn’t correct and didn’t "listen No." all the more - where did the Germans shoot. The sergeants were doing this, and Isaich — he did the calculations on the maps — doing mathematics))) .. And somehow - at the end of the war, the Germans came around them and then Isaich and, as a result, died ... in the rear, at the end of the war - it's horrible how scary - it’s better to squander and write letters about the bloody regime under an idiot, for which he hoped to not sit down and be sent to the rear))) Specialists puzzled for a long time - with a moron who makes him write such crap sergeant - and then they spat - to hell with it - we will find another mathematician for calculations - and planted a moral monster)))
        1. verner1967
          verner1967 5 November 2017 15: 15
          +2
          Quote: V.S.
          in the ACTING army Isaich was not as such

          in your reasoning you confuse the army and the "front". That's when you understand these concepts, everything will fall into place. And yes, I didn’t write that he was at the “forefront”
          1. VS
            VS 7 November 2017 09: 41
            +4
            Well, do it yourself and change - the current - and the front end - will it become clearer? Or did you just see it in my words - this very mistake - and you didn’t notice the rest - how did Isaich crap and messy?)))
            1. captain
              captain 21 November 2017 13: 31
              0
              Quote: V.S.
              Well, do it yourself and change - the current - and the front end - will it become clearer? Or did you just see it in my words - this very mistake - and you didn’t notice the rest - how did Isaich crap and messy?)))

              So the whole writer's army was generally no further than the regiment’s regiment and they write, and people like you admire their writings. For people like you, it’s important to be faithful to the ideas of Lenin that the true Leninists promoted; Khrushchev, Brezhnev, Chernenko, Gorbachev, Yakovlev.
      2. Lionov
        Lionov 26 November 2018 14: 34
        0
        He was not really any limited fit. As his wife Reshetovskaya later wrote, after the troubles of her classmate Lydia Yezherets (whose father was a doctor), her husband was given a certificate of limited health fitness for military service, which is why he was listed as a driver of a mare-driver in the Baba battalion in the then rear Stalingrad region , then from the spring of 42, art courses. Isaich got into the active army only in the middle of 43, although he impresses himself as a gallant artillery officer who went through the whole war. Isaich fought, of course, but he never was on the front line, the AIR service is an instrumental reconnaissance is always in the rear and implies working with measuring instruments, purely "armchair" work. When at the very end of the war, Isaich was spotted by the front line, due to violations of discipline, he reached the point that he wrote out to his front with deep rear of his wife Reshetovskaya and even sent one of his subordinates to escort her, he did not come up with anything better than an anti-Stalinist "organizer yu ", having entered there absolutely innocent people, my school friends, the same Reshetovskaya and even random fellow travelers on the train, I thought, while they were looking for everyone, sort it out, the war would end, and then they would understand that this was a soap bubble, they would give a year, which he will already serve in jail and will be released, Isaich's calculation was correct, if for some other violations he was sent to the penal battalion, then according to Article 58 he was taken to the rear for proceedings. Due to cowardice and selfishness, Isaich suffered innocent people, he broke their lives, so, however, he continued to walk on other people's heads, that in a sharashka or in a camp as an informer under the pseudonym Vetrov, or when he licked Khrushchev's ass in the hope of getting a State Prize and another status, and when he was shown a shish decided to become a "defender of freedom", it was very well paid by our "friends-partners" right up to the Nobel Prize. Back in the 70s, Varlam Shalamov openly called Isaich a scum who tried on the clown cap of "Who does not live by a lie", which he did not was.
  37. colotun
    colotun 21 November 2017 14: 00
    +1
    We are promised a rupee for a penny! Are you not confused by bluffs and lies? Do not be shy, you take what is imposed on you - in the trough ...
  38. Jacob Agranov
    Jacob Agranov 26 November 2017 10: 30
    +1
    It would be nice if the author read something from Solzhenitsyn, otherwise it would be ugly to blame a person for gossip
  39. fighter angel
    fighter angel 28 November 2017 10: 03
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    Traitor and Judas! There are no other words!
  40. Galan
    Galan 11 December 2017 18: 44
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    I wonder where he got the plots for his "Aghipelag ..."? Judging by the content of this opus there is a solid bullshit. First read One Day by Ivan Denisovich and the Archipelago in the New World. I grew up among working people in the Donbass, some of the miners' neighbors went through Inta camps and treated these opuses as camp bikes, which they talk about for hours on end shipments. And here the Moscow camp prisoner tells tales. Laughter, and nothing more.
  41. Brushing
    Brushing 15 December 2017 12: 36
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    And why in Moscow was named the street in honor of Solzhenitsyn ??? belay
    1. Sasha333
      Sasha333 April 11 2018 08: 44
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      Yes, because in Moscow the government is of a fleece.
  42. intervention
    intervention 15 March 2018 09: 52
    +1
    Yes, normal Nebenzya! Professional: Speaks in a slightly threatening tone at the right place. Not hysteria, Hard. And even on the TV you can see that he, Nebenzya, also despises all of these “representatives.” Yes, and the facts are always killer. Although, who needs these facts now?
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  44. Sturmflieger
    Sturmflieger 23 November 2018 20: 38
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    One word - SOLZHNitser! And that's it! Big flaw in organs - this one was supposed to die in a uranium mine!
  45. Lionov
    Lionov 26 November 2018 12: 29
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    It is necessary to start not with Isaich's stay in the sharashka and the camp, but with how, in fact, and for what "merits" he got there. When at the very end of the war he was spotted by the front line, he could not think of anything better how to create a non-existent secret society against Stalin , and enter there his school friends, wife Reshetovskaya and even random fellow travelers on the train. I specially openly left the lists of "conspirators" on my desk, hoping that some of my colleagues would see them and bring them to a special department, so it actually happened I thought while they would be looking for everyone, sort it out, the war would be over, and when they realized that it was a soap bubble, they would give him a year or two, which by that time he would be in jail and released. Thanks to his egoism and cowardice, Isaich walked all his life through -heads.Varlam Shalamov wondered how this scum Solzhenitsyn appropriated to himself the title "Who does not live by lies", and bequeathed that after his death Solzhenitsyn could not even touch his archive with a finger.
  46. esaul1950
    esaul1950 27 November 2018 23: 25
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    Russophobic.
  47. Clone
    Clone 8 December 2018 08: 50
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    Any deserter is necessarily a "fighter" against the regime.
  48. Nibiru
    Nibiru 13 December 2018 14: 07
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    Just a bastard, and a scoundrel! Personally, I was in Putin, after the unveiling of the monument to this ...... I was disappointed and realized that Russia, with its current leadership, is taking leaps and bounds to its collapse. My hope, in preserving Russia, is only on higher powers. Allahu akbar!