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What hate November 7

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What hate November 7



It is no secret that the National Unity Day of 4 November was supposed to replace the celebration of November 7 on the anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, originally called the victorious Bolsheviks simply a coup.

But even after 26 years after the collapse of the Union and the collapse of the reign of non-communists, who inherited and ruined the huge state, 43% of Russians do not remember or don’t know the name of the holiday that the country celebrates on November 4.

But November 7 remains a holiday for many. Or at least in the day they know about.



What actually happened on November 7 in a new style exactly 100 years ago? Why is this day hated by the enemies of Russia and not too approving, to put it mildly, by the authorities?

If you do not fall into the heresy of fanatically blind Zyuganovs, by some misunderstanding called by the Communists, as well as their ideological opponents, a hundred years ago the Bolsheviks picked up the power lying under their feet. They didn’t disintegrate any empire and did not overthrow the tsar - the entire bourgeois capitalist elite of the bureaucracy in February of the long-suffering 1917 successfully coped with it.

A separate fault lies personally in the “Autocrat of the All-Russian” Nicholas II, Bloody. It was because he had all the power and for decades the government brought the country to enormous losses in the unnecessary wars and, as a result, was powerless in front of the internal enemies of the throne. Which he himself has brought. You can adore Nicholas, as Strelkov and Poklonskaya, or hate, but the fact will remain a fact - the dictator is responsible for all the consequences of his rule. Including its own overthrow.

However, the Bolsheviks are not to blame for this. They almost bloodlessly seized the already destroyed and weak power. The bloodshed that followed is not on their conscience. Several tens of thousands of Bolsheviks could not take control of the largest state on the planet without mass support for them at all levels of government and in the mass of the working and peasant population.

The clear and understandable principles laid down by the Bolsheviks in the foundation of their ideology were simple and clear: "Bayonet to the ground, factories to the workers, land to the peasants."

That did not suit anyone. Neither supporters of the monarchy, nor the owners of land and factories in Russia, nor the power of any state on Earth at that time. Yes, the Bolsheviks can rightly be blamed for anything - from the shooting of the royal family to the "red terror". But objectively, they did nothing that went beyond the realities of the time. Their opponents did exactly the same thing with no less cruelty. And they poisoned each other with gas, and slaughtered the recalcitrant nations, young and old. In the end. the whole world came out against the Bolsheviks and the people who followed them - not only the separatists (as they are now called) of the Russian suburbs, but also the greatest states of the world.

And if the Bolsheviks nevertheless defended their power and even built a state that survived and won in the Great Patriotic War and pave the way to space for Humanity, then they were rightly afraid of them.

They were afraid for the 8-hour working day and the unions. For equal rights of women and free education. For free medicine and kindergartens. For all the many things that are familiar today, which a hundred years ago were wildness and an attempt on their wallets for the ruling capital. Here, in fear of losing power, and then of property, and Capital arranged a bloodbath for Russia.

How then Bolshevism degenerated, what mistakes did it make and what crimes it was not guilty of, beyond the framework of November 7.

But an understanding of why the Bolsheviks seized power succeeded in helping to understand why he is still hated by many. Russia today is the de facto and de jure capitalist state. Largely preserved the gains of October, above all in the people themselves, but also much lost.

And the capitalist mode of production and the corresponding social relations are inevitably based on other values ​​that directly contradict the "gains of October".

It makes no sense to argue whether Russia will find its way. It is obvious that blind copying of Western values ​​and corresponding socio-economic relations will finally destroy Russia. Obvious is the search, in which today we are all - from the president to the unemployed. Perhaps this will be the path of convergence, the theory of which I happened to hear from JK Galbraith himself at Moscow State University. Perhaps some other.

But in any case, it is the socialist principles proclaimed in October that are good or bad, but subsequently implemented, they are not satisfied with young and toothed capitalism in modern Russia. It is not evil in the Communists; on the contrary, the present are better than the sworn enemy themselves to discredit the very idea of ​​socialism.

November 7 is hated precisely because of the alternative, for clearly shown another way, on which Humanity can go. The road to the Goal is more humane than the pursuit of more and more dollars. For a mentally healthy person this cannot be the goal. Means - possible. But not the goal.

This proves the crisis we are witnessing today in the West. When it seems that for a long time and well-established and well-fed states they shake the principles they profess, and the perverts dictate most savage values ​​to the majority.

Russia for more than a thousand years history survived many shocks and somehow managed to survive and even remain the largest state on Earth. Apparently, the values ​​pledged and honed over the centuries, even if they are unconscious, allow us all to preserve our country regardless of which states arise and disappear on our land.

And it comforts.

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  1. Vend
    Vend 8 November 2017 12: 05 New
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    From childhood “Day of November 7, the red day of the calendar. Look through your window, everything on the street is red ,,” I don’t remember anymore.
    1. Varyag_0711
      Varyag_0711 8 November 2017 13: 31 New
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      They didn’t ruin any empire and didn’t overthrow the tsar - the whole bourgeois-capitalist elite of the bureaucracy in February of the long-suffering 1917 had successfully dealt with them before them.
      Golden words, and then local lovers of the "crunch of French rolls and Russia that they lost" forget about it or try to blur this fact.
      You can adore Nicholas as Strelkov and Poklonskaya
      And this is a clinic, as they say, make a fool pray to God and he will break his forehead. Is there really no other object for worship? Why not worship really prominent personalities like Alexander Nevsky, Dmitry Donskoy, Ivan III, Ivan the Terrible, Peter I, Catherine II? Why is the most worthless king chosen for worship?
      1. Nicholas C.
        Nicholas C. 8 November 2017 13: 33 New
        +7
        Quote: Author: Mikhail Onufrienko (Mikle1)
        A separate fault lies personally with the “Autocrat of All-Russian” Nikolai the Second, Bloody. It was precisely because he had all the power and over the decades of rule brought the country to enormous losses in unnecessary wars and, as a result, turned out to be powerless before the internal enemies of the throne.

        It would be funny if it were not about 27 million. killed, tens of millions wounded in the war for the extermination of our people (civilized Europe) already on the Volga and the Caucasus. Well, about the impotence "in front of internal enemies" delivered - for themselves something like that? Unlike the tsar, masses fired at internal enemies, and they ended up in the CPSU everywhere and, first of all, in the Politburo.
        We must already discuss the date, which is closer - December 8th. Day of conspiracy of the Communists in Viskuly for the destruction of our great country. It is closer in time and more relevant.
        1. badens1111
          badens1111 8 November 2017 13: 51 New
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          Quote: Nikolay S.
          We must already discuss the date, which is closer - December 8th. Communist Day conspiracy in Viskuly

          Are you stepping on a rake again? Is it anyone in the "communists", Yeltsin who escaped from the party in 89, or the empty man Shushkevich?
          Quote: Nikolay S.
          It would be funny if it were not about 27 million. killed, tens of millions wounded in the war for the extermination of our people (civilized Europe) already on the Volga and the Caucasus. Well, about the impotence "in front of internal enemies" delivered - for themselves something like that? Unlike the tsar, masses fired at internal enemies, and they ended up in the CPSU everywhere and, first of all, in the Politburo.

          Yes ... what a vile vision of the situation you have ... apparently 27 killed, in your opinion, it was Stalin who personally shot him, and there was neither Hitler nor his OST plan, nothing happened at all including the well-trained Wehrmacht ..
          They turned out to be in the Communist Party .. yes, after Khrushchev, a whole crowd like you massively got into that party and jumped out of it just as lightning fast in 1991, so you blame yourself for the tragedy of the country.
          1. Varyag_0711
            Varyag_0711 8 November 2017 14: 01 New
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            Vlad, welcome colleague! hi
            They turned out to be in the Communist Party .. yes, after Khrushchev, a whole crowd like you massively got into that party and jumped out of it just as lightning fast in 1991, so you blame yourself for the tragedy of the country.
            You are absolutely right. The bourgeois coup did not take place in 1991, but in 1953, with the advent of the Trotskyist Khrushchev. The crisis in power after the death of Stalin was the catalyst for the collapse of the USSR. And the USSR as a system did not fall apart on its own, it began to fall apart from the inside. Gorbachev only finished what Khrushchev had begun before him. The so-called "Khrushchev thaw" is nothing but the first attempt to surrender our country to the West. Any warming of relations between us and the West is possible only if the interests of Russia are betrayed in favor of the West and nothing else!
            1. Nicholas C.
              Nicholas C. 8 November 2017 14: 21 New
              +8
              Quote: badens1111
              what is your vile vision of the situation ... apparently 27 killed, in your opinion, it was Stalin who personally shot
              To the Communists, demagoguery is replaced by common sense. My words are written in reply to the author of the article, I quote a specific quote in which he personally accuses Nicholas II of "colossal victims" in wars. Although the number of victims in the wars under Nicholas II is incomparable with the losses of even one communist war. And they did not run under the king, leaving half of the country to destroy and plunder the enemy. It turns out that the victims of wars cannot be brought to the Communists, only the tsar can.
              Quote: badens1111
              Are you stepping on a rake again? ... Did Yeltsin run away from the party in 89?
              You at least its they knew a little bit of history. After 89, Yeltsin was a member of the CPSU and quite famously spoke at the XXVIII Congress of the CPSU in 1990.
              Quote: badens1111
              in 1991, so you blame yourself for the tragedy of the country.
              Of course, I ruined the country. The Communists are out of business. They didn’t do anything, from the word in general, they only received rations reinforced. They have nothing to answer for. And priestly words: "shame", etc. - you can’t apply to them.
              1. olimpiada15
                olimpiada15 8 November 2017 17: 27 New
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                Maybe it's time to stop confusing concepts such as ideology and position? Communist ideology is humane and correct. Only few understood and accepted it. At the first stage, the population mainly understood this: to take it away and divide it, the scores were brought down by ill-wishers. That is why there were so many shocks and troubles. They could take it away, but they did not know how to manage it. As for the top-ranking Communist Party members in the 70s and 80s, they were members and they kept party cards in their pockets, only to break through to the feeder, and they were not communists. In order to do this with the country, to appropriate the wealth of the whole country, active preparations were underway for capitalism. First of all, Moscow rotted, accustomed to living not like a country. Urgent issues were not resolved, bribery flourished. The hinterland was simpler: large enterprises hoped for themselves: subsidiary farms were created at the enterprises, the population kept animals, and vegetables were grown. In general, it was not bad. But in the district committees there were speculators. When Brezhnev was succeeded by Andropov and tried to put things in order, he very quickly died “from a long and grave illness”, which suggests that the leading functionaries of the CPSU and the KGB surrendered the country. It was possible to solve everything with a deficit, but the members lathering in capitalism needed to cause discontent in order to destroy the country. Look who the reformers' parents were, and you will understand that there were no communists in power, but there were members with party cards of the CPSU.
              2. Setrac
                Setrac 8 November 2017 22: 47 New
                +6
                Quote: Nikolay S.
                My words are written in response to the author of the article, I quote a specific quote in which he personally accuses Nicholas II of "colossal victims" in wars.

                The reason for the war is different: under Nicholas the Second, Russia participated in the redistribution of the World as a participant in dereban, under Stalin the USSR fought for its life.
                Quote: Nikolay S.
                Although the number of victims in the wars under Nicholas II is incomparable with the losses of even one communist war.

                It is the merit of progress, not communists or democrats.
                Quote: Nikolay S.
                And they did not run under the king, leaving half of the country to destroy and plunder the enemy.

                When the king gave the whole country to destroy and plunder the enemy.
      2. badens1111
        badens1111 8 November 2017 13: 53 New
        +7
        Quote: Varyag_0711
        Why not worship really prominent personalities like Alexander Nevsky, Dmitry Donskoy, Ivan III, Ivan the Terrible, Peter I, Catherine II? Why is the most worthless king chosen for worship?

        Similar to similar. Gray breeds grayness, and therefore it turns out that if there is no comparable with the acts of the great ones, the pygmies have to jump at the foot of their pedestals, inventing equals in shining, all these mediocre Nikolai 2, Gorbachev’s. Yeltsins and other ... type of titanium Russian literature "American servant, Solzhenitsyn ..
        1. Varyag_0711
          Varyag_0711 8 November 2017 14: 09 New
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          You're right. The West is ready to give Nobel prizes to anyone, if only it would be an outspoken Russophobe and a hater of Russia. Moreover, it does not matter in what form and in what system of power Russia is. Be it monarchy, socialism or undercapitalism. Both Solzhenitsyn and Aleksievich are vivid examples of this.
          It infuriates that this Judah will now be taught to children at school. However, along with the teaching of the "word of God", this no longer looks strange. The collapse of Russia continues at full speed.
      3. dSK
        dSK 8 November 2017 14: 58 New
        +4
        Quote: Varyag_0711
        Why not worship really prominent personalities like Alexander Nevsky,

        Hello Alexey! Alexander Nevsky has long been "canonized" by the Orthodox Church. Canon - a model, a role model for the next generation of Orthodox. The rest of the people you listed had a far from unique life and death. Our Orthodox fathers decide who to take as an example to follow. The Communists choose their samples - freedom of religion.
        1. dSK
          dSK 9 November 2017 00: 02 New
          +2
          Quote: [quote] [/ quote] "Russia has experienced many shocks over more than a thousand-year history and somehow managed to survive and even remain the largest state on Earth. Apparently the values ​​laid down and honed over the centuries, even though unconscious, they allow us all to preserve our country, no matter what states arise and disappear on our land. "
          They are clearly aware, tested many times: Christianity is 2000 years old, Orthodoxy is 1000 years old, what kind of persecution it experienced in the first 300 years of early Christianity - it was crucified, burned, poisoned by animals. Borders will change, new parties will appear ... Jesus Christ "I am with you and no one at you."
    2. siberalt
      siberalt 8 November 2017 14: 48 New
      +5
      Respect to the author! But in one I cannot agree with him. Zyuganovites were never "fanatically blind." They are very sighted, tolerant, pragmatic, greedy and prudent. In no other Duma fraction, except the Communist Party, there were so many bandits and thieves. There are honest ones -
      count on the fingers. But they are not allowed into the commanders. One "Zyuganovets", with running eyes, yesterday could not connect two words in Solovyov’s program. Shame on you, damn it for our "communists."
      1. AlexVas44
        AlexVas44 8 November 2017 15: 10 New
        0
        Quote: siberalt
        Respect to the author! ...

        For what respect? For last year’s article? In the survey, even the anniversary is not corrected for the present - 100 years, not 99.
  2. stas
    stas 8 November 2017 12: 06 New
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    The capitalist market flea market cannot be a bright future for Russia.
    The experience of the USSR and modern China proves that socialism is better than capitalism.
  3. svp67
    svp67 8 November 2017 12: 08 New
    0
    what happened on October 26
    Like what? They began to claim the victory achieved on October 25th ...
  4. ul_vitalii
    ul_vitalii 8 November 2017 12: 23 New
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    Previously, round-headed actors played Lenin, but starting with Sukhorukov it is not clear what. On November 7 I was received in October, I hadn’t slept all night before that, and for the whole next week I was just happy.
  5. Felix99
    Felix99 8 November 2017 12: 33 New
    +5
    The author is a fanatical balabol.
    1. badens1111
      badens1111 8 November 2017 12: 50 New
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      November 7 is hated precisely for the alternative, for the clearly shown other road that Humanity can take. The road to the Goal is more humane than the pursuit of more and more dollars.
      For a mentally healthy person this cannot be the goal. Means - possible. But not the goal.
      Are you unhealthy, as indeed is everything in 404?
      Or do you consider your alternative to humanity your Bandera nationalism or Hitler Auschwitz with ravensbrück? Are they all yours?
      1. A.V.S.
        A.V.S. 8 November 2017 14: 41 New
        +4
        the principles laid down by the Bolsheviks in the foundation of their ideology were simple and understandable: "Bayonet in the ground, factories for the workers, land for the peasants."
        Strange ... My father was a worker under the USSR, but he did not have a factory. My grandfather was a peasant, but he did not have land, but worked on a collective farm. I think that the Communists did not observe the principles of the Bolsheviks.
        1. badens1111
          badens1111 8 November 2017 23: 40 New
          +1
          Quote: A.W.S.
          My father was a worker under the USSR, but he did not have a factory. My grandfather was a peasant, but he did not have land, but worked on a collective farm.

          Right?
          It seems that that factory and collective farm, obviously in our country, but in the likeness of a Munich factory such as Radio Liberty.
      2. Felix99
        Felix99 15 November 2017 09: 26 New
        0
        I’m asking you not to apply your words to me. I’m from Donetsk, such a city, you know?
        1. badens1111
          badens1111 15 November 2017 10: 13 New
          +1
          And what? In Donetsk, few of those with propaganda of UKRAINE BEFORE THEY DETERMINED THE RESIDUES AND UNDERSTANDING OF HISTORY?
          Do not try to wave indulgences upon the fact of your being in Donetsk, there are others more adequate, much more like that.
          1. Felix99
            Felix99 15 November 2017 10: 54 New
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            You do not scatter words, not knowing the interlocutor. The fact that the Ukrainian flag is near the nickname does not mean belonging to the Nazi, however, you also do not have the USSR flag. Condemn you on the basis of speculation and the presence of tricolor?
            1. badens1111
              badens1111 15 November 2017 11: 19 New
              +1
              I do not blame, but comment on your post in which it is written, nonsense.
              Is this yours?
              Felix99 November 8, 2017 12:33 PM
              The author is a fanatical balabol.
              Your, and at least some, digestible counterargument, against what was written in the article, did you bring? Therefore, you can be called the same as a “fanatical balabol”, only anti-Soviet, but as you know, every anti-Soviet in the final phase, always Russophobe, are you strive for?
              In Ukraine, demolished all the monuments to Lenin, life has become sweeter?
              And you in Donetsk, from the actions of militant Nazis, Russophobes and black anti-Soviet. Is it calm?
              So you can be offended, but only on yourself, if you were affected by black propaganda in the Ruin, then it gave shoots of what you are showing here ..
  6. Gardamir
    Gardamir 8 November 2017 12: 37 New
    +6
    Briefly and to the point! Stoplus author!
  7. Alex66
    Alex66 8 November 2017 13: 46 New
    +3
    Zyuganov, with his speeches in the spirit of Brezhnev, is needed only to discredit communism, because he often carries such nonsense that, in addition to harm, such statements will bring nothing to the Communists.
    1. stas
      stas 8 November 2017 13: 54 New
      +4
      Zyuganov betrayed the people who voted for the Communist Party. He only grumbles sometimes, but so as not to offend the King. Zyuganov is ballast, Zyuganov’s will destroy the Communist Party.
      1. Felix99
        Felix99 15 November 2017 09: 34 New
        0
        The Communist Party is a long time ago bourgeois party packed with bandits like Denis Voronenkov, and other characters who bought a seat in the Duma. This also applies to other parties.
  8. Lieutenant Teterin
    Lieutenant Teterin 8 November 2017 13: 56 New
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    Article minus. A banal campaign based on Soviet myth-making. The same 8-hour working day is the achievement of the state factories of the Republic of Ingushetia, and Henry Ford in private production.
    For all the years of his reign, the "bloody" king did not sign a single death sentence, and he "led" the country to a population growth from 126 to 176 million people, and the economy to 7% growth.
    That's what November 7th they hate. For the fact that the normal development of the country was interrupted. For reprisals and mothers with babies who were exiled to the snowy wilderness. I can’t deny myself the pleasure of citing this quote:
    In other words, there are no reasonable arguments for the Soviet regime, but there are many arguments against it. The Bolsheviks destroyed the nascent Russian democratic traditions. The Bolsheviks slaughtered the Russian intelligentsia, officers and the entrepreneurial class. The Bolsheviks managed to obliterate even the traditional Russian village. The Bolsheviks thwarted the transit from the premodern empire to the nation-state of modernity, replacing the national building with a crazy socialist experiment (which ended in failure - as elsewhere in the world, from Uganda to China). The Bolsheviks forced the Russians to fight in foreign wars for 70 years, as a result of which even Kiev became a foreign city, its return is a crazy dream. Even the creator of Soviet pride - the space program, the genius Korolev, the Bolsheviks were sent to the Gulag, where his lower jaw was broken during interrogation. The one who launched the first man into space did this after humiliating torture, having lost many years of fruitful scientific work on humiliation and bullying. And even the Second World Bolsheviks won only after the fantastic, unthinkable defeats of 1941, which destroyed the country, bleeding the people, forced them to compete with the United States from the position of a half-dead cripple with the almost completely destroyed European part of the country.

    The Bolsheviks stole from the Russians our Russian XNUMXth century, the century in which Russia was to become ... no, not the second - the first America. Instead, Cambodia became.

    In the same way, the Nazis stole the German 1911th century, turning the most powerful industrial power of Europe into two remnants, bombed to the state of a lunar landscape. In the same way, revolutionaries stole the Chinese XX century, plunging a dynamically developing state into chaos and madness (the Chinese civilian began in 1949 and ended only in XNUMX).

    Three great continental powers, destined to rule over Eurasia - and the same fate: left fanatics, chaos, devastation and, after a short take-off, fall into the abyss, in the second or third echelon. One could argue that China is rising, Germany is rising, but where would the Chinese be now without a civil war and a "cultural revolution"? Where would the Germans be now without the devastation of Nazism, partition and occupation? Where would the Russians be now who escaped the yoke of the Bolsheviks, the worst of all (the German aristocracy went through all the trials, the last emperor of China was solemnly admitted to the Komsomol, and only the Russian elite was cut clean)?

    We had to rule Tsargrad and Manchuria, forming a single geopolitical bloc with the French Empire and giant Yugoslavia, building the European Union around powerful and independent Slavic states, gathering Europe around St. Petersburg, Moscow, Kiev, Warsaw, Belgrade, Prague, Athens and Constantinople, and not around London and Berlin. Our geniuses and prophets should not languish in the camps, suffering beatings and humiliations, but create in the best laboratories. Our peasants should not have been tearing themselves over on collective farms, but flooding Siberia, Central Asia and the north of China with an endless stream, seizing new lands with the same unquenchable thirst as centuries before. Our workers had to build colossal factories, laying on the funds sucked from our colonies, and not on the last pennies taken from the Russian village. We were to become a strong, free and wealthy nation, led by an ancient aristocracy, a new service class and national intelligentsia, and instead become a dying stump of communist insanity with a collapsing economy, overwhelmed by hordes of Asians from former colonies, guilty of gas trading with a worm-eaten piece of rotting meat, once the former center of our civilization, Kievan Rus.

    We lost everything, and in 1991 only the completion of the process of cutting a colossal inheritance, which was collected by the Russian tribe for 1000 years of its glorious history, was only officially formalized.

    That's exactly why November 7th is what ordinary people hate.
    1. BAI
      BAI 8 November 2017 14: 16 New
      +2
      Why is the phrase not over? And then somehow out of context:
      And even if we complete the construction of the Russian nation and get ourselves a Russian national state, having won back what was lost, restored the border in the Carpathians, returning Russian banners over the cities for which our ancestors have been dying for centuries, all this will be only a pale shadow of an unobstructed Russian XX century, stolen Russian XX century century. In the XNUMXst century, our philosophers had to think about a post-state future, about a titanic supranational formation uniting eastern and central Europe around St. Petersburg - and instead they quarrel with the mob that captured Kiev and seriously discuss whether the Russian people will die from fair elections.

      Worse, the neo-Soviet circus in the DPR and LPR clearly shows that the wound of 1917 is still not healed, that the poison injected then is still strong, that the tragedy is not realized and not experienced - which means it can happen again. We did not pass the lowest point when "there will be no worse."

      And therefore, on November 7 they should not think about the long-dead Bolsheviks, but about their living descendants and successors.

      And the author of the statement, for some reason, wished to remain anonymous.
    2. Old warrior
      Old warrior 10 November 2017 12: 33 New
      +4
      do not cling on. Ordinary people always THAT Great October. Only intelligent disadvantages hate him.
  9. CONTROL
    CONTROL 8 November 2017 14: 06 New
    +4
    Mm-da-ah ...
    And that’s nothing. that the vast majority of those listed and opposing in that Russia either had no choice, or the choice was "either-or", such as: If the enemy does not give up ... - or: If you are not with us, then - ...
    It is now that we have become “humane” and “democratic,” and even then - only externally, for show ...
    --------------------------------------
    ... made mistakes ... did not take into account ... did not foresee ... did not foresee and did not understand ...
    Remember the phrase of a history teacher from "Let's Live Until Monday": ..."- Bloodless harmony. -Naive? Yes. Erroneous? Yes. But I invite you ... not to chop all of you offhand. But to feel the high cost of ... these mistakes ..."
  10. BAI
    BAI 8 November 2017 14: 08 New
    +3
    November 7 is hated precisely for the alternative, for the clearly shown other road that Humanity can take. The road to the Goal is more humane than the pursuit of more and more dollars.

    A rather controversial statement.
    1. Economic competition to the West, with all due respect to the USSR, we lost.
    2. The USSR existed much less time than tsarist Russia with all its shortcomings.
    3. Both the USSR and tsarist Russia needed only one bad leader to cease to exist.

    And although I owe everything to the USSR (I was lucky to live in the Soviet Union most of my life), I must admit that if something went wrong somewhere and there is no state, this is a sign of the state’s non-viability, if its existence depends on one person.
    1. 34 region
      34 region 8 November 2017 14: 56 New
      +5
      14.08/30. Bai! It depends on what period of the USSR to take. in the 90s we developed well. But after the XNUMXs, on the rails of capital, we are developing near zero. Why is such impulsive capitalism constantly shaken by crises? The USSR lived a little? Today we have many countries that live a little. Won Libya Gaddafi. Was it also not viable? And as for the leadership, that's right.
    2. stas
      stas 8 November 2017 22: 36 New
      +3
      BAY, you are wrong. This is our rulers betrayed and sold. China proves that.
      socialism did not lose the historical argument.
      And he proves that one cannot trust the ruler and the Tsar in everything.
      Capitalism lost in Russia.
      Right now in Russia everything is governed by one person, not the political system.
      Again we step on the same rake.
    3. Setrac
      Setrac 8 November 2017 22: 52 New
      +3
      Quote: BAI
      1. Economic competition to the West, with all due respect to the USSR, we lost.

      The Soviet Union lost the economic competition to the West under Khrushchev, when it began to integrate into the Western model of the economy as a raw material appendage.
      1. stas
        stas 9 November 2017 14: 58 New
        +1
        That the Tsar, that the Bai or Khan are bloodsuckers and enemies of the working people.
        1. Setrac
          Setrac 9 November 2017 18: 48 New
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          Quote: stas
          That the Tsar, that the Bai or Khan are bloodsuckers and enemies of the working people.

          What do the classics have about the exploitation of man by man? M
  11. Eurodav
    Eurodav 8 November 2017 15: 20 New
    +1
    We have already discussed how much you can ... And the holiday has already passed, only the dried up remains ... Everything is as before, only less red!
    1. stas
      stas 9 November 2017 15: 05 New
      +1
      You go, the holiday of socialism will be eternal.
      The faith of mankind in justice is laid by God.
  12. Altona
    Altona 8 November 2017 16: 26 New
    +2
    Zyuganov could not be kicked. And so there are no leftists left on the political horizon. Everything that the author wrote is well stated in the documentary-journalistic "Three Colors", which appeared on the Red Line channel (this is the Communist Party channel by the way). I myself sympathize with the left movement as a fascist-capitalist alternative to which the liberals are stubbornly dragging us. Every day the remnants of socialism are breaking through. There is already a bit of medicine, education and pensions. Nevertheless, we have a lot of people (to be precise, 62% of the EP and 12% of the Liberal Democratic Party) are still shouting "atu and down with the commies." Apparently, nothing is needed from socialism anymore, if there is still "atu, down with the Reds, long live the sunny leader of the nation."
  13. Nemesis
    Nemesis 8 November 2017 20: 20 New
    +5
    Yeltsin needs to be buried and until he and his people are buried, Russia cannot develop, and there is no harm from Lenin's mummy. As for the worthless Tsar Nikolai, who brought Russia to 3 revolutions, the proclamation of him as a saint is a spit in the face of the Russian people.
  14. Fedya2017
    Fedya2017 8 November 2017 20: 38 New
    +4
    And who hates November 7th? The ruling classes ... For what they hate - understandably. They are afraid ...
  15. Strashila
    Strashila 8 November 2017 21: 29 New
    +6
    Paradoxes ... France honors Bastille Day ... England respects Cromwell ... US War between the North and the South ... with these events there was a lot of blood shed .. but no one calls on the people of today to sprinkle it it’s the matter of the ashes, we don’t have an understandable attempt to please someone ... they will repent of what they saved Russia as a state ... the Bolshevik opponents simply gave the land of Russia to the one who pinned not called ... England, France, USA, Japan ... and other riffraff robbed and pulled the country ... and after all billed for these looting of the USSR, how many wealth they just squeezed and do not return to this day ... of course they will not be happy with this course of events.
  16. 16112014nk
    16112014nk 8 November 2017 22: 02 New
    +4
    The current anti-people authorities hate November 7 as much as the West. But they still manage to deceive the majority of the people of Russia. But it’s always impossible to deceive everyone.
    Justice will be restored!
  17. V. Ushakov
    V. Ushakov 9 November 2017 02: 49 New
    +6
    [quote] [/ quote] What actually happened on November 7 in the new style exactly 100 years ago? Why is this day hated by the enemies of Russia and not too approved, to put it mildly, by the authorities?
    The answers are simple.
    1. For the first time in PRACTICE, they tried to realize JUSTICE FOR ALL PEOPLE LIVING ON THE EARTH.
    2. They hate and “disapprove” of November 7th, precisely for its inner meaning, which is to establish JUSTICE FOR ALL PEOPLE LIVING ON THE EARTH.
    Who of the enemies of Russia and / or the liberoid rich will like this?
  18. V. Ushakov
    V. Ushakov 9 November 2017 02: 50 New
    +1
    "What actually happened on November 7 in a new style exactly 100 years ago? Why is this day hated by the enemies of Russia and not too approved, to put it mildly, by the authorities?"
    The answers are simple.
    1. For the first time in PRACTICE, they tried to realize JUSTICE FOR ALL PEOPLE LIVING ON THE EARTH.
    2. They hate and “disapprove” of November 7th, precisely for its inner meaning, which is to establish JUSTICE FOR ALL PEOPLE LIVING ON THE EARTH.
    Who of the enemies of Russia and / or the liberoid rich will like this?

  19. GSPDJGneva
    GSPDJGneva 9 November 2017 18: 56 New
    0
    Really hate November 7th)) Well think about it Great October revolution that happened 7 November.... idiocy
    And if it’s real, then on November 7 the Bolsheviks dispersed the legally elected democratic government and made a dictatorship, disrupting the all-Russian elections
    1. Old warrior
      Old warrior 10 November 2017 12: 36 New
      +2
      Clinic, consult a psychiatrist.
    2. Seraphimamur
      Seraphimamur 11 November 2017 08: 33 New
      0
      And how old are you to have such categorical judgments?
  20. didra
    didra 11 November 2017 00: 41 New
    +1
    When in the winter of 1613, delegates of the Zemsky Sobor came to the nun Martha, mother of Mikhail Fedorovich Romanov, and informed that her 16-year-old son was elected the new Russian tsar - she was categorically against it. Why? And therefore, Martha said that you are the offspring of your previous chosen Tsar Boris Godunov, when his evil people killed, did not want to protect. So, My Misha or his children will be at your mercy. Mother and son persuaded them for a long time to agree, saying that this cannot be so that people, passing through troubles, encroached on the life of HIS King or his descendants, whom he himself had called upon, knowing how hard it was to be a sovereign. And on July 17, 1918, the entire royal family was killed! If the Constituent Assembly gathered delegates from all over the country and from all classes, having weighed soberly: announced to Nicholas II (giving him the opportunity to protect his Royal rights and his family) that the agreement between the Romanovs and the people was over, then this would be legal. But having done what we did, we lost not only the king but also our power, and our culture, etc. This is God's judgment, and it is always fair! And the interim government and the Bolsheviks with their USSR and the Russian Federation in its current form are not Russian states, but impostors. Like us or not! The cat also doesn’t like much. That is why we should bury the impostor Volodka. And for this, Nicholas II is revered in the Russian Church as a martyr. You can’t drive without a license!))
  21. Seraphimamur
    Seraphimamur 11 November 2017 08: 30 New
    +2
    The Great October Revolution showed that there is an alternative way of development for the "consumer society" for which the capitalists, both home-grown and foreign, are trying to empty the memory of this great event.
  22. dDYHA
    dDYHA 12 November 2017 12: 07 New
    +2
    I realized what a great holiday it was when the EBN canceled it and made it on November 4.