Pre-war "democratic and peaceful" Europe. Western countries

Pre-war "democratic and peaceful" Europe. Western countries

Manfred Weber


In January 2020, the European Parliament was hot. Parliamentarians of European countries raced accused the USSR, and, therefore, Russia of all the horrors of World War II. Limitrophs of all stripes and the former countries of the Warsaw Pact fought thunder loudest, apparently in order to show special fidelity to the Western masters and earn on their main export product - cave Russophobia.

Former Latvian Foreign Minister and MP from the European People’s Party, Sandra Kalniete, changing political movements like gloves, called Stalin an ally of Hitler. In unison, a voice sounded from the Czech Republic (part of the former Czechoslovakia, which Poland, Hungary and Germany gladly tore in 1938) in the person of the Vice-President of the European Commission Vera Jurova, declaring:

“The European Commission will not tolerate such attacks (Putin’s statement on the anti-Semitism of the Polish ambassador in pre-war Europe) and demonstrates solidarity with Poland.”

Summed up this flood of “sudden” indignation ... the German politician European People’s Party leader Manfred Weber, saying that the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact is an agreement “between two devils, two monstrous dictators”, as well as a crime against democracy and peace. What can I say, Goebbels would definitely approve of this approach of his compatriot.

Russian historians have already rushed to raise documents and smash European political opportunists with facts. True, one does not have to expect any effect. In addition, in response to the claims of individual countries seeking to use the terrible war as an instrument of political manipulation, we may not see forests behind the trees. That same forest of "democratic" countries, which from the West looked at the USSR with a genuine cannibalistic appetite.

Belgian democracy of the 30s


Let's start with our island of infinite freedom, democracy and tranquility, a lovely “chocolate factory” called Belgium, in the capital of which the EU headquarters has settled. The unspoken homeland of European democracy and unity before the war became the scene of the political struggle of two Nazi parties: the Rexist Party and the Flemish National Union. The only thing that separated these Belgian "democrats" was their national composition.


Leon Degrel

Rexists focused on the Walloons, and the “union” on the Flemings. And these parties were by no means marginalized. So, at the peak of their popularity, the Rexists gained over 10% of the Belgians' votes, taking places in the government of the country. Already during the war, the leaders of both parties collaborated with the Nazis, and the head of the proxists, Leon Degrell, even served in the SS Wallonia brigade, commanded by a professional Belgian officer, Lucien Lipper.

Free France ?!


Thanks to pervasive propaganda, France in the Second World War is associated with some harsh types in berets and with automatic weaponsfighting against the Nazis without fear and reproach. This myth is not even hindered by the fact that more Frenchmen fought on the side of the Fuhrer than against it. Many realities are still shrouded in mystery. For example, few people know of such a volunteer unit as Carlingue, better known as the French Gestapo. This organization rallied at least 30 thousand Frenchmen engaged in the extermination of communists and Jews. They are also in no hurry to ask why the governors of the French colonies in Indochina, Africa and the Arab East also supported the alliance with the Third Reich, willingly and voluntarily.


Francist movement

Such agility and humility was laid before the war. The French political clearing of the 30s resembled a boiling cauldron of the most diverse nationalist parties. Their number was really impressive: some appeared with the hamster's life cycle, while others lingered for a long time and took root, surviving the entire war. In the spirit of nationalism, with varying degrees of sympathy for Nazi Germany, “French action”, Camelots du Roi (“Royal fellows”, unofficial name), “Francist movement”, “French solidarity”, the French Nazi party, etc. We select only a few of them.

In 1936, the French People's Party was founded. The parish Fuhrer of the party was Jacques Doriot. Starting from anti-communist positions, the party quickly slipped into cave nationalism. Already in 1937, the party numbered 150 thousand members. During the occupation, Dorio helped form the Legion of French volunteers and actively collaborated with the Gestapo.


French People Party Poster

The competition of the Doriot party was the French Social Party Francois de la Roque. While reciting the postulates of French nationalism, they did not burn with German Nazism and looked kind of "moderate", but shared the fear of the "Eastern Communist hordes." Frightened by too radical colleagues from the "people's party", nationalist-minded French poured into the ranks of the "social party", eventually reaching an electorate of a million people. The followers of de la Roque were extremely loyal to the Vichy government, did not take part in the Resistance, and Francois himself entered the service of the new Vichy government.


Badge of a member of the National Association

And, of course, do not forget about the brainchild of Marcel Dea — the National People’s Association. The party was conceived before the war, but only with the advent of the Nazis they breathed life into it. Quickly enough, these French Nazis built up “meat” in the form of more than 50 thousand young men and declared the need for integration into the “new Europe”. By 1944, Dea and his followers merged in ecstasy with the Vichy government and the Nazis. After the war, Dea hid in Italy, where he lived quietly until his death, and the "free France" simply turned a blind eye to the actions of his associates.

Not without a military wing with a nationalist ideology. Such a wing were the “Fire Crosses” (“Battle Crosses”). This structure consisted of veterans of the First World War. "Crosses" had their branches, including youth.


Symbol of the Fire Cross

Speaking of youth. From 1924 to 1936, in France there were up to 90 thousand members of the radical paramilitary movement "Young Patriots" who literally copied the experience of the "black shirts" Benito Mussolini. The militants of this movement cracked down on the Communists and sympathizers, admiring the achievements of their intelligence brothers from Germany and Italy.

Netherlands, the birthplace of tulips and the Fuhrer named Müssert


The country of tulips before the war, by the inertia of World War I, hoped to sit out in neutral status. The only thing the Dutch feared was the communist threat. But nobody opposed the creation of the Nazi bridgehead directly in the Netherlands in the form of numerous Nazi parties.

The country's oldest Nazi party was the National Union, founded back in 1925 by writer and politician Robert Frederick Gruninks van Zulen, who, incidentally, successfully survived the war. Later this party was dissolved in other Nazi movements of the Netherlands.


Ernst Hermann von Rappard, leader of the National Socialist Netherlands Workers Party

The next oldest is the National Socialist Netherlands Workers Party, which was born in 1931. The leader was the future SS volunteer, Ernst Herman van Rappard. The party was simply cloned with the NSDAP. She had her own “Hitler Youth”, in which the brains of very young Dutchmen were being tested, and there were their own “stormtroopers”. They didn’t even fantasize about the swastika, they just changed colors. However, the party was awkward and could not gain the support of the Germans, so it was dissolved after the Nazi occupation of the country.


Dutch fascist patch

In 1931, another Nazi political structure was founded - the Dutch General Fascist League, which set itself the task of rallying all the fragmented ultra-right forces of the Netherlands. In the first elections in 1933, the newly created party gathered 17 thousand votes. However, there were too many people who wanted to become the only Fuhrer, so in 1934 the league split into several Nazi parties. So there was the Dutch fascist union and the Black Front. The "Front" in 1937 even managed to hold its members to the country's parliament. This party was banned by the Nazis during the occupation, because collaborators asked the Germans to allow them to take the oath to the Netherlands before engaging in the extermination of people, not the Reich.


Members of the National Socialist Movement

But the patriarch of this Nazi swamp was the National Socialist Movement. Founded in 1931 in Utrecht by the future quite official leader of the occupied Netherlands, Anton Mussert, this movement quickly became a real party with extremely radical nationalistic views. Already in 1934, under the Nazi banner of the National Socialist Movement, about 25 thousand citizens of the country, in which just over 8 million people lived, rallied.


Dutch volunteers escorted to the Eastern Front. On the car on the right is written: "We are going to take Stalin"

Frank Nazis in 1935 managed to collect 8% of the vote in parliamentary elections. Now, party members felt completely at ease in power, literally treading all their opponents, especially if they were suspected of the slightest sympathy for the Communists. Along with getting used to the power seats, the party leader Müssert began a slow preparation for the overthrow of the legitimate authority of the Netherlands and the abduction of Queen Wilhelmina.

They were literally a month late. In 1940, the Nazis themselves crushed the Netherlands, the queen and all her associates fled to Britain on the British destroyer Hereward, and the Nazis elevated Anton Mussert to the throne on their own.

On the little things ...


Probably, it would seem to some that the author is deliberately exaggerating, because it is too difficult to believe that countries that are clogged with propaganda as “victims” themselves cultivated nationalism on an industrial scale. In addition, in this peculiar digest of the countries of pre-war Western Europe, far from all the states that find it extremely difficult to squeeze into the framework of “victims”. But citing precisely the list carefully wiped in stories facts, we can understand how national swagger was cultivated in Europe, the very “white man’s burden” that haunted them, and multiplied by the fear of the “ghost of communism”, pushed for the most hateful actions.


Posters of "united Europe" 40s. Nazi symbols are blacked out due to an extremely strange interpretation of laws by executive bodies

What, for example, haunted hundreds of neutral Liechtenstein citizens who, of their own free will, went to fight on the side of Germany? And at that time it was 1% of the total population of this microscopic principality. Only half of these fans of the “new Europe” returned home, and, of course, none of them were prosecuted.

Is it not this national swagger that inspired the Minister of Foreign Affairs of such a “peaceful” Switzerland, Marcel Pile-Gall, when meeting with representatives of official Berlin, to declare that the invasion of the USSR is “action in the interests of all of Europe”? At the same time, through the efforts of Major General and the talented physician Eugen Bircher, Switzerland established a Swiss patriotic association with a frank inclination towards Nazism. The association rallied a huge number of ordinary officers and even high-ranking military men like the commander-in-chief of the Swiss army, Henri Gisan. In addition, Bircher, as an aid to ideologically close Nazis, facilitated the sending of a group of Swiss doctors under the auspices of the Red Cross to the Eastern Front. True, these doctors treated only the same "ideologically close" Nazis, completely ignoring the death cries and moans of prisoners.

About Eastern Europe, the countries of Scandinavia, the Baltic States and the Balkans, read the following article.
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  1. rocket757 27 January 2020 15: 09 New
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    Limitrophs of all stripes and the former countries of the Warsaw Pact fought thunder loudest, apparently in order to show special fidelity to the Western masters and earn on their main export product - cave Russophobia.

    Everything is as always ... with this usually it all starts! And what ends .... it was there and not so long ago! It would be better if they remembered than again and again to receive clearly and intelligibly through ... muslims, for example.
    1. Basil50 27 January 2020 16: 34 New
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      The main and almost the only incentive reason why all these .... joined the Nazis is that they were all allowed to be unpunished flayers, and that’s it! That is what became the reason for the adoption of the ideas of the Nazis. Moreover, the land with slaves was promised to those who were especially furious. Well, how could the good Europeans stay for centuries, who for centuries divided colonies with slaves among themselves.
      It would be nice to recall HOW exactly did the countries with democratic regimes manage their colonies? How did they differ from the royal regimes?
      1. rocket757 27 January 2020 17: 20 New
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        Colonial habits must be buried, but never forget why it had to be done!
  2. solzh 27 January 2020 15: 16 New
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    Yes, there was a campaign of a united Europe against the USSR. Many went to fight against our homeland, including and our "ex" joined the crusade against the USSR. And we must not forget this. But we also should not forget that there were those who fought with us against the brown plague. There was Pétain, but there was also De Gaulle, there was Franco and his blues and there were Enrique Lister, a participant in the lifting of the siege of Leningrad, the hero of the Spanish Civil War and Dolores Ibarruri, whose son Ruben died in the Battle of Stalingrad, Normandy-Niemen, Army Ludova, Czechoslovak Army Corps and other patriotic forces. NO ONE IS FORGOTTEN, NOTHING IS FORGOTTEN!
    1. Ros 56 27 January 2020 16: 45 New
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      Everything is true, only the question - where, when and who will separate the lamb from the goats, honestly, there will be no time, much less desire. And the blast wave, like bullets with fragments do not distinguish the righteous from the bastards.
    2. Paul Siebert 27 January 2020 18: 37 New
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      Here the other day the leading Spanish newspaper "ABC" distinguished itself.
      On a blue eye, the correspondent praises Franco's “Blue Division” “exploits” near Leningrad during the blockade.
      Alone, the division units kept the Russian city of Krasny Bor from the numerically superior Red Army.
      "It was there that the Spaniards showed their best qualities," the author declares, "the Germans considered us drunkards and sluts, but our courage allowed us to extend the blockade of Leningrad for another year!"
      This is it about our frustrated operation to release the northern capital "North Star."
      Impudent Europe, in my opinion, has crossed all borders. For such "pearls" in a decent society it is customary to beat the face! Something needs to be done! am
      1. NordUral 31 January 2020 19: 06 New
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        We know that the USSR opposed and defeated almost the whole of Europe, as well as the fact that not everyone was against us, but there were few of them until May 45th.
        But we just don’t want to understand that in our country, the ball is ruled by those against whom the Soviet people fought and defeated.
        And while they are in power, while the Lenin Mausoleum is being hanged from the people in the celebration of the Victory, we will listen to the squeals and lies of the former "allies" and "brothers". I’m not talking about enemies.
    3. opk
      opk 28 January 2020 03: 17 New
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      Sergei hi
      Everything is correct in the commentary, but the question is, and who was more, those who were with Nazi Germany or those who fought on the side of the USSR. How many Poles were on the side of Germany and how many were in the human army? How many French were in the resistance movement and how many Vichy had them? Of course, after the Allied landings in Normandy, de Gaulle had more supporters! But how many were there before the landing?
      1. solzh 28 January 2020 03: 30 New
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        Greetings Alexey hi
        Really decided to start writing comments wink How are you? Write in a personal.
        Quote: opk
        How many Poles were on the side of Germany and how many were in the human army? How many French were in the resistance movement and how many Vichy had them?

        Honestly, I don’t know. But not few of both. I think, or rather I want to believe that there were fewer collaborators than patriots!
  3. Livonetc 27 January 2020 15: 24 New
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    Guys about animals ...
  4. knn54 27 January 2020 15: 37 New
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    Is it any wonder that France capitulated so quickly.
    Prime Minister Leon Blum, a Jewish Jew, calmly returned to France from a concentration camp.
  5. mikh-korsakov 27 January 2020 15: 43 New
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    I believe that the verbal struggle against European Russophobia has no prospects. And that's why. Because the main goal of European Russophobes is much larger than a showdown over the Molotov-Ribentropp Pact. The sequence of their movements is as follows. Step 1. Hitler = Stalin, step 2 Hitler <Stalin, that is, Hitler is just a minor loser, but actually a cutie, and Stalin is a fiend of hell, an oppressor of the peoples of Europe. Step 3. If so, then the USSR and its successor to the Russian Federation are not winners, but an evil empire. if so, then the "just voice of the peoples of the world" requires "Russia out of the Security Council", if only for this it would be necessary to reformat the UN. After that, to strangle Russia already without regard to even its own losses. Then raise protests in Russia to establish a colonial regime with all the consequences. Putin seems to have begun to understand this. But due to the listed “prospects” of our opponents, his verbal battle is ineffective. And that's why. Putin is poisoning with an instrument of truth the anti-Semitism of European talkers, this is good but not enough. But he does not mention that the fascists in the occupied part of the USSR searched for not only Jews, but also COMMUNISTS. While he is bashfully silent, his struggle is futile. Jews say "thank you very much", but if you are an anti-communist, then you are either ours or don’t understand what. And with "don’t get that," it's easier to handle. Without the rehabilitation of communism in all its manifestations. Russia's defeat is inevitable.
    1. verp19 27 January 2020 16: 23 New
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      Quote: mikh-korsakov
      Without the rehabilitation of communism in all its manifestations. Russia's defeat is inevitable.

      The rehabilitation of communism? Then it will be correct and the USSR = RF.
      Then Russophobes have a full reason for their actions.
      1. mikh-korsakov 27 January 2020 16: 31 New
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        Russophobes and so have full reason. It is the Russophobes who equalize the USSR and the Russian Federation. However, during the Communist Party, Russophobes did not dare to raise their voices.
        1. verp19 27 January 2020 17: 04 New
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          Quote: mikh-korsakov
          However, during the Communist Party, Russophobes did not dare to raise their voices.


          Eto where did not raise a voice?
          We look at the map - where is the USSR? We look at the Russian parliament - the CPSU is also not present.
          It turns out someone raised his voice somewhere. And not only.
          But the defenders of the USSR in the 91st? There were not too much voice. Do not you understand that communism has not led Russia to anything good? And until you end communism in your head, like fear of it, then you will live in the outskirts of civilization.
          1. mikh-korsakov 27 January 2020 17: 22 New
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            verp19 / Do you, apparently, think that the only civilization is Western civilization? But this is not so. There is a Chinese civilization. there is Indian civilization and there is Russian civilization. The Russian people made a huge mistake when they wanted to join Western civilization, hence the year 1991. Western civilization considered Russia a defeated country and began to establish laws in Russia in a Western manner. The Germans wrote the Russian constitution. But Russia's attempt to move to the western camp resulted in an unprecedented drop in living standards, corruption, and banditry - because vaccinating the West against Russia could not be successful by definition. And now we are barely getting out of this swamp.
            1. verp19 27 January 2020 18: 03 New
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              Quote: mikh-korsakov
              You, apparently, think that the only civilization is Western civilization?


              No, I don’t think that is the only one. I believe that for the time being, it was the most advanced. As far as she manages to get out of the crisis in which she herself has fallen - this will show her greatness or tragedy.

              Russian civilization ... unfortunately, Russia could not protect a full-fledged civilization. She always had potential and yet never realized it. And the reason most likely is an outdated, middle-aged model of governance and power. To grow civilization, you need much more than one good king. Transferring the initiative to development in the lower (in relation to the king and the noblemen) social strata with the help of the "institution of property" - the Anglo-Saxon civilization has taken far ahead. And this is precisely what needs to be critically evaluated.
              1. mikh-korsakov 27 January 2020 19: 56 New
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                A critical understanding of Anglo-Saxon civilization leads to the fact that Britain’s breakthrough was obliged to the unscrupulous exploitation of its colonies, while America’s welfare was due to the fact that it was a vacuum cleaner that sucked out everything that was most entrepreneurial from Europe. You say what’s stopping Russia. But compare the climate of Russia, especially Siberia and the favorable climate of America. Further on the institute of private property. This institution existed everywhere, including in pre-revolutionary Russia. "According to the medieval method of management." Firstly, I would like to know how you distinguish the medieval method from the progressive one. Tips - a Russian invention - is essentially quite modern. By the way, I’m looking at how it seems to you a progressive way of managing in the USA. Does it not seem strange to you that the investigation there does not revolve in the plane of ““ whether the illegal game really took place in favor of one of the candidates in the democratic party! ”No. Everything revolves around finding the person or country who brought these unseemly acts to the public. As for impeachment, as for your doubts about the uniqueness of Russian civilization, have you ever wondered why so far no Western translator has been able to adequately translate Pushkin's poetry.
                1. verp19 28 January 2020 10: 09 New
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                  Quote: mikh-korsakov
                  Britain’s breakthrough was obliged to the unscrupulous exploitation of its colonies, while America’s welfare was due to the fact that it was a vacuum cleaner that sucked out everything that was most entrepreneurial from Europe.


                  Let's leave the tales aside.
                  At the end of the 17th century, the state machine was “invented” in England (Locke “Two treatises on government”). The independence of the authorities, the parliament as a place for competition of ideas - that’s exactly what made it possible to create a progressive (I mean competitively, and not in a moral sense) state that managed to make a colonial empire. About the unscrupulous exploitation of the colonies and progress - we look at the history of Spain and compare it with the British.
                  Does Russia have few resources or territory? But for some reason, a small British islet took over the world. Climate ... and what is the climate in Canada or Australia? Also like with the nuances. But the shavers managed. And you need to know why !!!!

                  Quote: mikh-korsakov
                  how do you distinguish between medieval and progressive?


                  First, power at all times belongs to either a monarchist group or an oligarchic one.
                  The bottom line is that during the first (monarchical) decision one person makes (the king, emperor, general secretary, president) and competitors are destroyed (in the literal sense) mercilessly.
                  Under the oligarchy - there is already a competition of ideas. Which is more productive.
                  Secondly, under the "medieval" administration there is no independence of the authorities, or, simply put, the judiciary is used to deal with competitors, for example. Does this look familiar to you?

                  Society is too complex a structure. And one simpler structure, like a power gang, cannot manage in a manual mode a more complex structure as a society.

                  How long will Russia repeat this mistake again and again?
                  1. mikh-korsakov 28 January 2020 11: 27 New
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                    The struggle of ideas under the oligarchic mode of government is no more than the struggle of wallets. I visited Canada, in Toronto, - the climate is hurt there - as we have in Krasnodar, and as for the north - there are only trading posts and Eskimos. If we talk about technological progress, then Russia's development of oil fields in the Yamal Peninsula in permafrost, at -50 degrees. in winter - no less difficult task than flying to the moon. so no songs about inefficiency. The struggle of ideas - this is actually a struggle for a place at the feeding trough - it’s better that anyone is alone.
                    1. mikh-korsakov 28 January 2020 11: 59 New
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                      By the way, a curious observation from the long past. In Leningrad, at the end of the eighties, sugar instantly disappeared from the market, although it used to fill up almost simultaneously with the introduction of publicity on LenTV - “The Fifth Wheel” (this is about the benefits of the struggle of opinions). I completely share the point of view that democracy is a political system when a bunch of bastards control a crowd of rams. Better let Stalin come than beggarly pensions and small salaries.
                    2. verp19 28 January 2020 14: 18 New
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                      Quote: mikh-korsakov
                      The struggle of ideas - this is actually a struggle for a place at the feeding trough - it’s better that anyone is alone.

                      I agree with the first part, disagree with the second.
                      No need to be idealists, i.e. fools - an individual, hisistic interest - the engine of progress. When several groups fight at the feeding trough, they are forced to reckon with each other's interests. And it is not strange to affect the standard of living of the rest. Or deny that the "West" lived better than the socialist camp? And it is not worth hoping that if a just ruler comes, he will give all the blessings and happiness. There is no such thing. But to work out the rules, the Law, which creates stability and predictability for the filed, is already a real goal.

                      Look what happened with the brilliant Stalin? 1991 year. When Russia lost everything it acquired over two centuries. No need to blame everything on Khrushchev, etc. .. Stalin tried to make a new society, but failed. Because it is impossible to do this from above, in an order.
                      1. mikh-korsakov 28 January 2020 17: 05 New
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                        Regarding the quality of life (not the standard of living, mind you - this is not the same thing). Of course, everyone has different ways, but I will refer to my experience, I do not know anything else. I also don’t know about the socialist camps and all the others - because under the Soviet regime he was not allowed to travel abroad, because he was not a member of the CPSU. But not because I was an enemy of Soviet power. but simply because you do not believe me - I had no time to enter - although they suggested. The fact is that, oddly enough, I loved to do my work, because I was interested in doing it, you say - this is fool, but this is not so - it’s a huge joy when on my microscopic site against the background of the work of all mankind manages to do it after many failures. which no one could have done before. I don’t know how to compare this with the number of sandwiches that I could buy for my salary. But in general, I had enough to feed my family. It is very important that I did not have to think about how to feed her, how to educate children, when the time came, we got an apartment. Moreover, there are tales that it was impossible to make fun of those obvious mistakes. which allowed power. When I first went abroad to Sweden in 1990, I didn’t see anything at work there to tear my hair and regret aimlessly lived, although the cleanliness, accuracy and logistics were impressive - we would. But when at the meeting the Americans recommended me as the best in their narrow specialty - it was cool.
                      2. verp19 28 January 2020 17: 42 New
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                        Quote: mikh-korsakov
                        Of course, everyone has different ways, but I will refer to my experience, I do not know anything else.

                        No need to refer to your own experience when it comes to civilizations.
                        Do not get me wrong - you and I are truly too microscopic to measure the quality of civilizations, I pretend to ourselves.
                        And besides, the late USSR and the Stalinist USSR are completely different powers.
            2. iouris 28 January 2020 00: 52 New
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              Quote: verp19
              Russia could not protect a full-fledged civilization

              Who said that? Toynbee? Did you read it? Not. This can be said by the Nazi.
              1. verp19 28 January 2020 10: 14 New
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                Quote: iouris
                This can be said by the Nazi.


                Russian civilization is still suffering strategic collapse, despite tactical victories. Means, still does not reach the full.
          2. Old Michael 28 January 2020 01: 35 New
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            Dear Mikh_Korsakov!
            I apologize for invading your discussion with Verb19, but the statement:
            The Russian people made a huge mistake when they wanted to join Western civilization,

            is perplexing.
            A part (albeit a considerable one) of the degenerate nomenclature and the variegated Fartsa / Bohemia, emanating from the envy of the new “boyar children”, are far from the people.
            1. mikh-korsakov 28 January 2020 03: 58 New
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              Michael! And who was yelling at the Yeltsin squares? After all, no one opposed! Andreev was blabbed. The Russian people were propagandized by a continuous stream of lies from the TV - very skillfully.
        2. sharp-lad 27 January 2020 21: 12 New
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          I would know how the collapse of the USSR would end, I would shoot to defeat without regret.
      2. AU Ivanov. 27 January 2020 17: 20 New
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        The CPSU, more precisely - its top and consisted of notorious Russophobia. Who pulled the power in national angles? Who raised the wave of nationalism?
        1. mikh-korsakov 27 January 2020 17: 26 New
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          Andrew! Not from Russophobes, but from uniform fools and careerists, for their petty quarrels that destroyed the country. Do not equate communism and the CPSU. In China, the CCP successfully rules with all the external attributes - we would have to!
      3. ANB
        ANB 28 January 2020 01: 08 New
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        . during the CPSU, Russophobes did not dare to raise their voices

        Communism in the Russian Federation is now not prohibited and does not seem to need rehabilitation.
        But the CPSU, or an analogue that the people could follow, is simply not there.
        Democracy is when everyone is free and each has at least three slaves.

        If we compare Putin and his promoted opponents, then Putin still looks the most communist. Something like this. crying
    2. ZAV69 27 January 2020 20: 22 New
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      Quote: verp19
      Then Russophobes have a full reason for their actions.

      Well, then they have every right to get on the head
  6. NordUral 31 January 2020 19: 09 New
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    Without the rehabilitation of communism in all its manifestations. Russia's defeat is inevitable. That's right!
  • pepel 27 January 2020 16: 05 New
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    Who screams the loudest: "Hold the thief !!!"?
  • Jarserge 27 January 2020 16: 28 New
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    Yes, everything is clear, once a hundred years, Europe is going to go and rob the East. Then 100 years licks wounds. Sometime in the future no one will return from the East, and the territory of Europe will turn into radioactive glass. Probably then they will calm down
  • Ros 56 27 January 2020 16: 39 New
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    Do they really understand this bunch of Euro-wits why they will end up with their planned Euro-war, because the striped ones for them will not fit in spite of Article 5, but they will quickly wash themselves off onto the mainland, leaving these Eurosack to their own devices, and their fate will be unenviable.
  • Operator 27 January 2020 16: 51 New
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    The main thing is not political parties (which are public organizations), but the military-political union of the Third Reich with European states led by local governments:
    - Mussolini in Italy;
    - Petain in France;
    - Quisling in Norway;
    - Stauning in Denmark;
    - Gahi in the Czech Republic,
    - Tiso in Slovakia;
    - Horthy in Hungary;
    - Antonescu in Romania;
    etc. etc.
    1. verp19 27 January 2020 17: 15 New
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      Quote: Operator
      - Petain in France;
      - Quisling in Norway;
      - Stauning in Denmark;
      - Gahi in the Czech Republic,
      - Tiso in Slovakia;
      - Horthy in Hungary;


      I have a different list:

      - Vlko Chervenkov in Bulgaria;
      - Matthias Rakosi in Hungary;
      - Boleslav Take in Poland;
      - George Dej in Romania;
      - Clement Gottwald in Czechoslovakia;
      - Johannes Dickman in the GDR.

      Have you comprehended the analogy?
  • anjey 27 January 2020 16: 56 New
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    The whole of Europe was infected by fascist-Nazi ideas and having the support of industrial and financial capital, drove the communists of different countries underground, only the USSR tried to really stop fascism, our volunteers in Spain made a big contribution, unfortunately Europeans were ideologically hostile to the USSR, they rejected help in every possible way in the fight against Nazism, and as a result, they themselves surrendered all military and political positions to Hitler and Mussolini, opening the door to the Great War.
    1. anjey 27 January 2020 17: 34 New
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      Nazi fascism, a priori it is the brainchild of capitalism. German financial and industrial circles brought Hitler and the Nazi Party to power. "Living space" and enrichment turned their heads, and protection from communist ideology was not in the last place. Large capital of almost all of Europe and partially The United States, supported the Nazis behind the scenes, making good money on them (money does not smell) and capturing new raw material territories of the occupied countries.
  • Foul skeptic 27 January 2020 17: 43 New
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    For those interested, I can recommend the chapter from the collection History of Fascism in Western Europe (1978) by P.Yu. Rahshmira "Fascism in France, England and the small countries of Western Europe."
    The text is a seed, and is noteworthy by references to foreign literature and authors on this topic, already in which you can find extremely interesting information.
  • fruit_cake 27 January 2020 18: 52 New
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    French team welcomes Hitler at the 1936 Olympics
  • Operator 27 January 2020 19: 02 New
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    Quote: verp19
    I have a different list

    You are clearly in trouble - check by dates: where is the Third Reich, and where is your s (list).

    Got an analogy?
    1. verp19 28 January 2020 09: 32 New
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      You are clearly in trouble - check by dates: where is the Third Reich, and where is your s (list).

      Am I having trouble? Well, if you have cooperation with puppet governments, established after the military defeat and occupation does not cause an analogy with Eastern Europe and Stalin after the war - what can I say? Read less Samsonov.
  • Cruel beaver 27 January 2020 23: 07 New
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    Author! I am surprised at you. I also found America - I discovered ... Once in a hundred years, the whole of Europa gathers with all her coden and together rushes to the East. And the tommies-Rasey! And we get a shit ... duley and into the hole! That’s the whole secret of European Euro-fascism-Nazism. As the hero A. Smirnova said in f. Only old people go into battle - They are all malacholny there ... (c) And in your article ++++ !!!!
  • iouris 28 January 2020 01: 22 New
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    Hitler united Europe from Lisbon, but only to Tallinn. The new project is Europe from Lisbon to Vladivostok.
  • Operator 28 January 2020 10: 17 New
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    little british islet took over the world

    A clinical case of a mental disorder: where did you see British possessions today? bully
    1. g1washntwn 28 January 2020 12: 36 New
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      Probably this is what was meant. What difference does it make how slaves are brought to America, in galleys, or do they swim themselves on the bait of a full life? Do you really feel that you are being used? For example, banks exploit you so discreetly, earning income from YOUR purchases when you pay with a piece of plastic, and you pay for it, as shops and retail chains include the bank’s service in the extra charge. Therefore:
      Just because you don’t feel the shackles on your ankles does not mean that you are free.
  • Viktor Sergeev 31 January 2020 13: 01 New
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    If you're all in shit screaming at a neighbor, let everyone think that it stinks of him. Almost the whole of Europe fought with the USSR, except for the SK. Well, I can’t consider 600000 Poles in isolation from Poland, if only 300 fought against Germany.
  • sektant777 1 February 2020 16: 12 New
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    I believe that the verbal struggle against European Russophobia has no prospects. And that's why. Because the main goal of European Russophobes is much larger than a showdown over the Molotov-Ribentropp Pact. The sequence of their movements is as follows. Step 1. Hitler = Stalin, step 2 Hitler <Stalin, that is, Hitler is just a minor loser, but actually a cutie, and Stalin is a fiend of hell, an oppressor of the peoples of Europe. Step 3. If so, then the USSR and its successor to the Russian Federation are not winners, but an evil empire. if so, then the "just voice of the peoples of the world" requires "Russia out of the Security Council", if only for this it would be necessary to reformat the UN. After that, to strangle Russia already without regard to even its own losses. Then raise protests in Russia to establish a colonial regime with all the consequences. Putin seems to have begun to understand this. But due to the listed “prospects” of our opponents, his verbal battle is ineffective. And that's why. Putin is poisoning with an instrument of truth the anti-Semitism of European talkers, this is good but not enough. But he does not mention that the fascists in the occupied part of the USSR searched for not only Jews, but also COMMUNISTS. While he is bashfully silent, his struggle is futile. Jews say "thank you very much", but if you are an anti-communist, then you are either ours or don’t understand what. And with "don’t get that," it's easier to handle. Without the rehabilitation of communism in all its manifestations. Russia's defeat is inevitable.

    The obvious task for ALL capitalist-bourgeois regimes is to denigrate communism! Modern capital crushes workers and all social gains after the 1917 revolution. In Soviet times, the capitalists had to make significant concessions to their working class, as there was a vivid example of our country.
    The Nazis are closer to them.