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How Boris Yeltsin "won" the Communist Party of the Soviet Union: on the ban of the party and the loss of party property

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The decree of the first president of Russia of November 6, 1991 banning the activities of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the Communist Party of the RSFSR in the country is considered the final chord of the struggle that this figure waged with the force that at one time gave birth to him as a politician.


How Yeltsin "defeated" the CPSU


In fact, Yeltsin performed only a ritual act on the body of a dead enemy, completely incapable of any resistance and struggle for power over at least part of the great country he once created ...

Let me remind you that the beginning of the process was the decree “On the suspension of the activities of the Communist Party of the RSFSR” signed by the same Yeltsin immediately after the “suppression” of the tragicomic “coup of the State Emergency Committee” at the session of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR on August 23, 1991. A couple of days later, a much more important decision followed, concerning the property of the communist parties of the USSR and the RSFSR. On November 6, an end was put in the case (as it seemed then) - the very existence of communist parties in the country was under a clear and unequivocal ban.

Why was this done? As the liberals try to assert, in this way Yeltsin tried to “prevent a return to the totalitarian past” and “an attempt at red revenge”, fraught with a new civil war in Russia. Such reasoning is untenable, and it is seen especially clearly today, almost three decades after the events we mentioned. Whether in grief or luck, but by the time yesterday's party bosses in Belovezhskaya Pushcha were hacking to pieces the USSR, there could be no talk a priori about any "revenge" under the banners of the Communist Party.

The reason for this is simple - in the country where it was, according to the Constitution, the "leading and guiding force", there were practically no real, ideological communists by the end of the 80s - the beginning of the 90s. At the highest levels of the party and state apparatus, they no longer existed at all. Had it been otherwise, would it have been possible for Gorbachev with his "perestroika", the collapse of the USSR, everything that preceded and followed? Traitors and opportunists would be swept away - and not for a long time. The Emergency Committee would not be a ridiculous and senseless parody of an attempt to restore order in the country, but would become its real salvation.

The best illustration of this thesis is the fact that out of 10 million people who, as of 1990, were registered in the primary organizations of the CPSU on the territory of Russia, by the time of the creation of a separate Communist Party of the RSFSR in August 1991, 7 thousand members remained in its ranks. ... At least, those in power themselves argued so. Well, if so, then it was possible not to prohibit ... However, Yeltsin needed, firstly, the opportunity to write off all the existing and upcoming hardships of the country and the people on the "illegal activities of the communists", and, secondly, to insure himself by law, which allowed him to very quickly take out of the game all his political opponents with "left" views.

Well, and of course, the question of the property of the CPSU was at stake ... The bear was, in fact, dead, but he had a luxurious skin! Yes, in the presidential decree, law enforcement agencies were strictly instructed not only to “investigate the anti-constitutional activities of the Communist Party” (which, of course, no one did), but also to “ensure the safety of party property” until a decision was made on whose property it would be transferred to. This is where it turned out much more interesting. The executive militiamen, of course, sealed the doors of the offices of numerous district and city committees in a disciplined manner, thus ensuring the safety of the pennants, portraits and documents on the work experience of functionaries stored there.

But where did the colossal funds go (both in rubles and in foreign currency) along with the notorious "gold of the party", how did a lot of real estate belonging to the CPSU end up in very dubious hands - from buildings in the centers of large cities to children's camps and health resorts? We will probably never get an answer to these questions. In any case, I am in complete solidarity with those researchers of this topic who are sure that the prohibition of the Communist Party had as its goal, among other things, its robbery - long and clearly planned.

The right to party ban


Did Boris Yeltsin have the right to accept such global and, one might say, historical solutions? The answer can be considered the decision of the Constitutional Court of Russia N 9-P, adopted by it on November 30, 1992, when the passions had already subsided, and material values ​​found new owners. The country's chief lawyers came to the conclusion that Boris Nikolayevich, to put it mildly, "a little" exceeded his own powers. Ultimately, only the suspension of the activities of the main governing structures of the CPSU and their subsequent dissolution was recognized as constitutional (although on what basis it is completely incomprehensible). The ban on the activities of "grassroots", primary structures of the Communist Party in Russia was completely illegal.

It was this decision that allowed the Communist Party in Russia to revive - in the form of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation. When it was founded in 1993, no more than half a million people joined its ranks. The rest of the "communists" went to build capitalism together and cheerfully. What, in fact, was what Yeltsin needed, as well as those who brought him to power ... And the real "communism" of the Communist Party itself today raises questions for many in our country.
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  1. Same lech
    Same lech 6 November 2020 08: 44
    +9
    Yes, an interesting question ... where did the party's gold go? ... this should be asked from the top of the CPSU ... a number of strange deaths occurred then among the highest party nomenclature what ... who shot himself, who suddenly died of a heart attack ... in general, it looks very much like cleaning up unnecessary people ... you never know what they will suddenly blurt out.
    1. Olgovich
      Olgovich 6 November 2020 09: 20
      -26 qualifying.
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      Yes, an interesting question ... where did the gold of the party go?

      Gold is okay (it's a real deal), but WHERE did it go .... the PARTY of 18 "million hot hearts" itself? belay request

      After all, this:
      by the time of the creation of a separate Communist Party of the RSFSR in August 1991 in its ranks not even 7 thousand members leftв
      -full, um, "pit".

      Pop Art. documents, from 1917 to 1991, inclusive, the party was continuously improving, perfecting, wise, wiser, enlarged and enjoyed the universal love of the people.

      And then its members themselves scattered like cockroaches with the light on suddenly ... recourse request
      1. Andrey Krasnoyarsky
        Andrey Krasnoyarsky 6 November 2020 13: 25
        +7
        So after all, many joined the ranks of the CPSU not for the sake of high ideals, but for a career, benefits and privileges. Formally, according to the laws of the USSR and the Statutes of the CPSU, the communist was not entitled to any privileges or privileges, but in practice, party members often had noticeable advantages over non-party members. But as soon as the membership card ceased to be a pass to a happy future, all these "fiery fighters" immediately disappeared. Only those who were truly true to ideals remained, but they turned out to be a minority. And besides the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, several other various communist parties were formed, competing with each other.
        1. sunzhenets
          sunzhenets 7 November 2020 08: 19
          +1
          By 1990-1991, Gorbachev's authority was below the floor, the leadership of the CPSU discredited itself. My dad in the 90th at a party meeting publicly threw out his party card. But this was not dissatisfaction with the socialist system, but with those at the helm.
          1. Olgovich
            Olgovich 7 November 2020 10: 23
            -2
            Quote: Sunflower
            the leadership of the CPSU discredited itself

            HOW for 70 years of his INDIVIDUAL reign, incl. in the field of screaming, power I could not to educate even the leadership of his party, which from year to year only became ... worse?

            In theory, it should have been the opposite! Is not it?
      2. Sanya Terek
        Sanya Terek 6 November 2020 21: 34
        +2
        Quote: Olgovich
        And then its members themselves scattered like cockroaches with the light on suddenly ... recourse request

        Where did you, a former officer of the Soviet army, run away personally?
    2. Sling cutter
      Sling cutter 6 November 2020 09: 52
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      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      Yes, an interesting question ... where did the gold of the party go?

      Evil tongues argue that, for example, the Leningrad Regional Party Committee in 1990 contributed a considerable amount to the account of the notorious bank Russia, among whose founders was a retired lieutenant colonel and part-time assistant to Sobchak for foreign economic relations.
      1. Nasrat
        Nasrat 6 November 2020 10: 17
        -8
        Quote: Stroporez
        Quote: The same LYOKHA
        Yes, an interesting question ... where did the gold of the party go?

        Evil tongues argue that, for example, the Leningrad Regional Party Committee in 1990 contributed a considerable amount to the account of the notorious bank Russia, among whose founders was a retired lieutenant colonel and part-time assistant to Sobchak for foreign economic relations.

        So you are now reproaching the regional committee of the communist party for lending money or reproaching the communist from the KGB for setting up a bank? .... The role of the communists in the collapse of the country is obvious even without it .... It's a pity there was no trial over the commies ... and what should he do if they are still in power ...
  2. Egoza
    Egoza 6 November 2020 08: 46
    11
    Yes-ah! I would have said about this "figure", but the censorship will not give it. So all the same, "where is the money, Zin?" And the real Communist Party will be reborn together with the new USSR.
    1. Doccor18
      Doccor18 6 November 2020 09: 24
      11
      Quote: Egoza
      And the real Communist Party will be reborn together with the new USSR.

      It's a pity that neither me nor you will have to see this happy time ...
    2. Pilot
      Pilot 6 November 2020 09: 51
      +9
      Quote: Egoza
      Yes-ah! I would have said about this "figure", but the censorship will not give it. So all the same, "where is the money, Zin?" And the real Communist Party will be reborn together with the new USSR.

      About the money (billions from the budget), it is also interesting to ask the darned, communist, Gesha. On November 7, I allocated only for flowers to the Mausoleum and a series of singles !!! pickets. It's time to take these swooning "fighters" out of the thought together with the edrom. am
    3. Sling cutter
      Sling cutter 6 November 2020 10: 07
      17
      Quote: Egoza
      Yes-ah! I would have said about this "figure", but the censorship will not give it. So all the same, "where is the money, Zin?" And the real Communist Party will be reborn together with the new USSR.

      A colleague, after being in the gene. Secretaries pushed through the Judas Gorbachev, several purges of the party took place, many and many ideological communists were dismissed and, allegedly due to illness, were dismissed from their posts, incl. Romanov, they were replaced by double-dealers and karkalyg. Simultaneously with these, sweeps took place in the ranks of the KGB and the army to get rid of honest and ideological employees and commanders.
      In fact, by the end of the 80s, the top of the party was a bunch of selfish traitors, who later destroyed the USSR.
      It was these Judas, through the mediation of the same traitors in the KGB, who opened accounts abroad, created companies there, opened banks with the money of the "party", the most famous of which is the Russia Bank.
      1. tatra
        tatra 6 November 2020 10: 56
        +2
        "Liberator" of the enemies of the communists, who always "have" to do with what they got after their capture of the USSR, and always "have nothing" to do with what they did in the Soviet and post-Soviet periods - Gorbachev did what he did and Putin, did many times in world history - becoming the head of the State, these people immediately began to replace people in the highest echelons of power with their own - Gorbachev - with those with whom he destroyed the USSR, Putin - with his former colleagues in the KGB and the St. Petersburg mayor's office.
        1. VORON538
          VORON538 6 November 2020 15: 17
          +1
          So this is a common practice. Everywhere, in any state, the leader puts his people
          And this applies not only to the president
          This applies to any structure or organization, public or private - it doesn't matter
          This is the nature of homo sapiens hi
          Everyone wants to arrange for their loved ones. Yes, this is nepotism. And when you talk with ideological fighters, it turns out that they themselves have already built their own, or are going
          And who cares about the rest of the circumstances.
          Believe it or not, I don’t like this kind of thing either, because the management often turns out to be such a shallow, although sometimes there are adequate people, but this is inevitable. It was and will always be so
      2. Olgovich
        Olgovich 6 November 2020 11: 18
        -24 qualifying.
        Quote: Stroporez
        as in gen. Secretaries pushed through the Judas Gorbachev, there were several purges of the party, were retired and allegedly dismissed from their posts due to illness many, many ideological the communists
        What is it about .. "ideological"? belay

        Ideological are those who fight, no matter what: organize protest demonstrations, strikes, their own party, the press, go to prisons, etc. (as in 1890-1917)

        And with this they clicked on the kumpol, and they huddled on their ownachis, apartments and distributors (good idea, yes!) ....
        1. VORON538
          VORON538 6 November 2020 15: 22
          -1
          In general, they sold their ideas and now they often sit in good positions, like their descendants! And what do the pontorez and lechuses with the bald one promise us? It's just a riot and a redistribution of power. places, then the establishment of power, and only then, then again, what happened more than once will happen again. For he is a homo-sapiens. Although, it's a pity, but where can we find honest ones? And these two, like a container with bucks, collapsed, almost without sleep breaks, 24 hours a day on the site they expose and call lolAnd how offended for Americans lol
    4. smart ass
      smart ass 7 November 2020 09: 46
      -7
      Today my mother had pancakes. She recalled how in 1979, before the Olympics, she went to the railway station with a sidecar and bought food from passenger trains from restaurant cars. Eggs and milk are sometimes frozen. There was nothing in the shops, the city is small. The USSR has outlived itself, even before Yeltsin and the humpbacked
  3. Alex66
    Alex66 6 November 2020 08: 46
    17
    The problem is that the top of the CPSU did not read either Lenin, or Stalin, or Marx, especially since they did not want to live according to their precepts, they needed to consolidate their position and pass it on by inheritance. even the State Emergency Committee was not ready to tell the truth to the people: Wake up, you are being robbed, your children and grandchildren will become slaves, save the country, Yeltsin and Gorbachev are traitors. But they only fought for their power. Now the same struggle is going on at the top, but neither Putin nor Navalny needs the people, this is just a resource.
    1. Nasrat
      Nasrat 6 November 2020 09: 12
      +7
      From the article:
      "Many objects of real estate belonging to the Communist Party of the Soviet Union ended up in very dubious hands ..."

      Funny !!! Those who were in power, which means people from the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, were the very dubious people to whom these real estate objects were transferred. I will continue - the directors of factories, factories, etc., all without exception were in the CPSU - and they all became the owners of the same factories, factories .. where they were directors ... And the common people received vouchers ...)))

      From the article:
      "that out of 10 million people who, as of 1990, were registered in the primary organizations of the CPSU on the territory of Russia, by the time of the creation of a separate Communist Party of the RSFSR in August 1991, 7 thousand members remained in its ranks."

      To blame Gorbachev and Yeltsin alone is too primitive !!! 10 million (without 7 thousand) of Russian communists ended up in one with Gorbachev and Yeltsin !!!

      How did it happen ????? The current communists (although what kind of communists are they?) Do not want to or primitively explain everything - by betrayal !!! Judging by the figures in the same article - there really were traitors - these are the communists who destroyed the country, under this brand - robbed the people ...
      1. Svarog
        Svarog 6 November 2020 09: 26
        13
        Quote: Nasr
        Judging by the figures in the same article - there really were traitors - these are the communists who destroyed the country, under this brand name - robbed the people ...

        They are pseudo-communists. The real communists built what the democrats eat up to this day ..
        1. Nasrat
          Nasrat 6 November 2020 09: 39
          -6
          Quote: Svarog

          They are pseudo-communists. The real communists built what the democrats eat up to this day ..


          Stop the verbiage. Pseudo not pseudo - a fact that is witnessed by millions of our citizens - the ruling party - the Communist party, no other at that time, destroyed the country, I would even say destroyed the country (the entire social camp), robbed its people, with all the consequences ...
          As for the pseudo - imagine that now some of the "not beautiful" members of the EP will be called a pseudo ..... Will you believe that? Here's a pseudo ...
          1. Svarog
            Svarog 6 November 2020 09: 47
            15
            Quote: Nasr
            Stop the verbiage. Pseudo not pseudo - a fact that is witnessed by millions of our citizens - the ruling party - the Communist Party, no other at that time, destroyed the country, I would even say destroyed the country (the entire social camp), robbed its people ...

            There is no verbiage in this. There is a fact. There were true communists who managed to build a great empire, an industrial country, win the Second World War, launch a man into space, create nuclear weapons, and all this was done in a very short period of time. And the backlog that they left to this day is used by the liberals ... who have not created anything new ..
            And there have always been traitors, and they have now "saddled" the power in the Russian Federation.
            1. Nasrat
              Nasrat 6 November 2020 09: 52
              0
              Quote: Svarog

              ... There is a fact. There were true communists who managed to build a great empire, an industrial country, win the Second World War, launch a man into space, create nuclear weapons, and all this was done in a very short period of time. And the backlog that they left to this day is used by the liberals ... who have not created anything new ..
              And there have always been traitors, and they have now "saddled" the power in the Russian Federation.

              Every empire has its ups and downs ... it's time to grow up and stop hiding behind the beautiful word pseudo! Some communists were the first to attack, while other communists privatized the plant in their pockets - and all this is a fact! Not pseudo communists, but real communists privatized, had a party ticket and all the privileges to this ticket, including the guarantee of other communists !! ... So, those communists who privatized the plant should not be called thieves, just because before them, the communists were the first to attack?
          2. tatra
            tatra 6 November 2020 11: 06
            +3
            As the saying goes, in every crime, look for someone beneficial, and the destruction of the CPSU was beneficial only to YOU, the enemies of the Communists, who have been bragging to supporters of the Communists for 30 years, like all of you, "and now it is better than in the USSR", and throwing up your benefactors Gorbachev, Yeltsin, Putin, with whom you have been for more than 30 years, starting with your anti-communist Perestroika, angry against the communists - we, the supporters of the communists "and they are not ours, they are your communists." The enemies of the communists on the territory of the USSR are mental traitors to their country and people, those who believed them, each other, and always, both under the USSR and after the capture of the USSR by them, living not according to conscience, but for profit. And they captured the USSR solely for personal gain.
            1. Nasrat
              Nasrat 6 November 2020 11: 22
              -5
              Quote: tatra
              As the saying goes, in every crime, look for someone beneficial, and the destruction of the CPSU was beneficial only to YOU, the enemies of the Communists, who have been bragging to supporters of the Communists for 30 years, like all of you, "and now it is better than in the USSR", and throwing up your benefactors Gorbachev, Yeltsin, Putin, with whom you have been for more than 30 years, starting with your anti-communist Perestroika, angry against the communists - we, the supporters of the communists "and they are not ours, they are your communists." The enemies of the communists on the territory of the USSR are mental traitors to their country and people, those who believed them, each other, and always, both under the USSR and after the capture of the USSR by them, living not according to conscience, but for profit. And they captured the USSR solely for personal gain.

              Stop raving!
              1. tatra
                tatra 6 November 2020 11: 36
                +5
                What was required to prove, you are NOT able to refute my words about you, the enemies of the communists. In October 1917, and during the anti-Soviet Perestroika, some and other people equally seized the country, equally imposed on the country and people themselves in power, their System, economy, ideology. BUT what a cardinal difference in goals, results, in what some and others wrote and said, including the fact that if some were always proud of the October Revolution and what they did after it, then others cowardly shift the responsibility for the capture of the USSR, and for what they did after the capture.
                1. Nasrat
                  Nasrat 6 November 2020 12: 05
                  -4
                  Quote: tatra
                  What was required to be proved, you are NOT able to refute ...

                  Delirium is really incapable of refuting .. wassat tongue
                  The quirky commies are not to blame for anything, while they have been in power for so many years ... laughing
                  1. tatra
                    tatra 6 November 2020 12: 17
                    +6
                    Dodgy anti-communists want to own the country in order to siphon money out of the country and the people, to plant an evil anti-Sovietism, to praise their "heroes - separatists and collaborators, but they do not want to bear the slightest responsibility for the country and the people, for what they have done with the country and the people - classical occupiers and colonialists.
                    1. Nasrat
                      Nasrat 6 November 2020 12: 26
                      -5
                      Quote: tatra
                      ..but they do not want to bear the slightest responsibility for the country and the people, for what the classical occupiers and colonialists have done to the country and people.


                      You just described the commies ... laughing Your nonsense is funny ... it is interesting to get up with the international in the morning? And when you kiss a portrait of Stalin - cross yourself? You are a real orthodox !!!! He-he-he .. funny, but not for long.
                      1. tatra
                        tatra 6 November 2020 12: 31
                        0
                        For the 30 years after the seizure of the USSR, the enemies of the communists did not have anything FOR themselves, FOR what they did - all 30 years after the seizure - only stupid malice against the communists and their supporters, cowardly blaming on those responsibility for what the external and internal enemies of the communists, including the interventionists and the Nazis. At the same time, they also seriously thought that they were worthy to own the country.
                      2. Nasrat
                        Nasrat 6 November 2020 12: 34
                        -4
                        Quote: tatra
                        For the 30 years after the seizure of the USSR, the enemies of the communists did not have anything FOR themselves, FOR what they did - all 30 years after the seizure - only stupid malice against the communists and their supporters, cowardly blaming on those responsibility for what the external and internal enemies of the communists, including the interventionists and the Nazis. At the same time, they also seriously thought that they were worthy to own the country.

                        For the orthodox (useless) I will explain, the communists have ruled from 1917 to the present day ... During this time, there was no leader of the country - not a communist !!! tongue laughingTomorrow that would be sure to celebrate it !!! wassat
                      3. tatra
                        tatra 6 November 2020 12: 42
                        +2
                        It is useless to expect from the enemies of the communists not only the truth, but also elementary logic and common sense. Here the Russian enemies of the communists in 1991 IMPOSED this Yeltsin-Putin regime on Russia and the Russian people, crucify themselves before the supporters of the communists - as they all are under this power "and now it is better than under the communists", together with this power they have been malignant against the communists for 30 years at the same time pushing this power to the supporters of the communists "and this is not our government, these are your communists." The enemies of the communists on the territory of the USSR are a unique phenomenon in mankind, they have nothing good, useful for the country and the people, but simply NORMAL.
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  4. Lexus
    Lexus 6 November 2020 14: 36
    +5
    Vladimir hi ,
    and still not choke. request
  • Same lech
    Same lech 6 November 2020 09: 34
    +7
    Vitaly Petrovich Muha (May 17, 1936 - May 22, 2005) - Soviet and Russian politician, First Secretary of the Novosibirsk Regional Committee of the CPSU from 1988 to 1990, head of the Novosibirsk Region from 1991 to 1993 and from 1995 to 1999.
    Bank Levoberezhny was established in the early 1990s. When the ex-governor of the region, Vitaly Mukha, who worked as vice president of Levoberezhny, again became the head of the region, the regional administration became one of the bank's shareholders. Vitaly Mukha even tried to turn "Levoberezhny" into an authorized bank of the regional administration, but later the Central Bank banned this

    How I learned that a prominent communist became president of a private bank was so stunned with surprise ... but what about the idea of ​​communism ... the idea of ​​universal equality and brotherhood.
    I realized then that the ideas of communism are still utopia ... if the hardened communists quickly changed their colors into bankers.
    1. unaha
      unaha 6 November 2020 10: 49
      -6
      "I realized then that the ideas of communism are still utopia" - for now? )))
  • Kart
    Kart 6 November 2020 09: 23
    +3
    Quote: Alex66
    The problem is that the top of the CPSU did not read either Lenin, Stalin, or Marx, especially since they did not want to live according to their precepts,

    The problem is that they just read it, and very carefully.
    Moreover, they studied it carefully.
    And after studying, they began to lead like this. All as one.
    I think it is obvious that they were very intelligent people. And if as a result they decided not to live according to the covenants, so maybe this is a problem of covenants?
  • Sling cutter
    Sling cutter 6 November 2020 10: 21
    11
    Quote: Alex66
    The problem is that the top of the CPSU did not read either Lenin, or Stalin, or Marx, especially since they did not want to live according to their precepts, they needed to consolidate their position and pass it on by inheritance.

    Quite the opposite, many of the traitors studied Lenin very well, which is, for example, the words of Judas Yakovlev, "Hit Stalin, Stalinism with Lenin's authority. And then, if successful, Plekhanov and Social Democracy hit Lenin, liberalism and" moral socialism " - on revolutionaryism and communism in general. "
    They clearly understood, and Lenin said about this, that the party can only be destroyed from the inside, therefore it is necessary to wage an irreconcilable struggle with opportunists, careerists and enemies-sings, which his student and comrade-in-arms Stalin tried to fulfill with success, but life was not enough.
    1. Lexus
      Lexus 6 November 2020 14: 40
      11
      Colleague hi ,
      Neither Lenin nor Stalin shook in their lives like "some" today.
      And they had no stolen "good". We lived honestly. Again in contrast ...
    2. Serg65
      Serg65 6 November 2020 14: 50
      +1
      Quote: Stroporez
      Hit Stalin with Lenin's aeration

      Valera, did you yourself understand why Lenin and Stalin ???
      1. Sling cutter
        Sling cutter 6 November 2020 19: 48
        +5
        Quote: Serg65
        Valera, did you yourself understand why Lenin and Stalin ???

        Seryozha, it would be interesting to hear your interpretation as an ardent Putinist and anti-communist.
  • Million
    Million 6 November 2020 08: 48
    +7
    Gorbachev-Yeltsin-Putin are links in the same chain
    1. Boris55
      Boris55 6 November 2020 08: 53
      +3
      Quote: Million
      Gorbachev-Yeltsin-Putin are links in the same chain

      Is Putin really so stupid that he cannot do to Russia in 20 years what Gorbaty and Yeltsin managed to do in five years? laughing
      1. Million
        Million 6 November 2020 09: 00
        +6
        The main thing is done, now there is nowhere to rush, especially to him
        1. Boris55
          Boris55 6 November 2020 09: 07
          +6
          Quote: Million
          The main thing is done, now there is nowhere to rush, especially to him

          That is, it’s not down, there’s just no hurry? laughing
          One fact.
          By starting the second Chechen, Putin prevented the scenario prepared by Yeltsin and approved by the State Department, the Khasavyurt agreements, according to which, a year after their signing (Lebed), Chechnya became an independent state and thereby gave a start to everyone else (who had grabbed as much sovereignty as they could) to secede from Russia - that is, ... collapse of Russia ... and you still claim that he is the successor of their cause?
          1. Million
            Million 6 November 2020 09: 17
            +6
            I'm not talking about the collapse of the country, but about the collapse of the state of the USSR. I hope you know the difference between these concepts
            1. Boris55
              Boris55 6 November 2020 09: 20
              +2
              Quote: Million
              I'm not talking about the collapse of the country, but about the collapse of the state of the USSR. I hope you know the difference between these concepts

              Explain how the country differs from the state? Can a country not be a state and can a state not be a country?
              1. Million
                Million 6 November 2020 09: 22
                +1
                don't be sophisticated
          2. unaha
            unaha 6 November 2020 11: 01
            0
            By "continuation" is probably meant to the collapse of the country (why would he want to reduce his own resource of influence in the world?), But rather its privatization and monopolization of power in personal interests. )
      2. unaha
        unaha 6 November 2020 10: 52
        +3
        What he has already done, the law on the inviolability of the "former" is probably the final chord. And then, even though the grass does not grow.
    2. Svarog
      Svarog 6 November 2020 09: 27
      10
      Quote: Million
      Gorbachev-Yeltsin-Putin are links in the same chain

      Unambiguously. Now power will be transferred only to their own .. those who guarantee the security of the stolen capital.
      1. Million
        Million 6 November 2020 09: 31
        +5
        A bill has been submitted to the State Duma, providing that the ex-president will be granted immunity, regardless of the period of his presidency.
        1. Svarog
          Svarog 6 November 2020 09: 32
          +8
          Quote: Million
          A bill has been submitted to the State Duma, providing that the ex-president will be granted immunity, regardless of the period of his presidency.

          Naturally, and not only to the president .. they understand that they can be caught for all their deeds .. that's what they create for themselves safety ..
          1. unaha
            unaha 6 November 2020 10: 56
            +7
            In our country, no matter how it was called, security for those who lost power could never be ensured by laws. But everyone probably sincerely believed that nothing bad could happen to them, the law was passed. )
            1. Aag
              Aag 7 November 2020 19: 37
              0
              Quote: unaha
              In our country, no matter how it was called, security for those who lost power could never be ensured by laws. But everyone probably sincerely believed that nothing bad could happen to them, the law was passed. )

              But is Gorbachev ... alive? And not in prison ...
              1. unaha
                unaha 9 November 2020 11: 04
                0
                And that country does not exist either.
        2. Lexus
          Lexus 6 November 2020 14: 47
          +3
          Vlad hi
          "On the thief and the hat is on fire." (FROM)
  • Doccor18
    Doccor18 6 November 2020 08: 50
    12
    Let me remind you that the beginning of the process was signed by the same Yeltsin immediately after the "suppression" of the tragicomic "putsch of the State Emergency Committee" ...

    The death of I.V. Stalin and moral decay, degeneration and irremovability of the party "princelings".
    And Gorbachev and Yeltsin are already the end of the process ...
    1. Boris55
      Boris55 6 November 2020 09: 00
      -3
      Quote: Doccor18
      The death of I.V. Stalin and moral decay, degeneration and irremovability of the party "princelings".

      The struggle in the party between the Bolsheviks and Trotskyists was always waged: Bukharin - Trotsky, Kamenev - Zinoviev, etc. After Stalin's death, Khrushchev came to power, who was originally a member of Trotsky's party.

      Gorbachev and Yeltsin - hammered the last nail into the coffin of the USSR.

      ps
      It is necessary to consider the processes from the moment of their inception, otherwise the consequences of them can be discussed even to blue in the face, and without understanding why this happened.
      1. Kart
        Kart 6 November 2020 09: 16
        +3
        Quote: Boris55
        After Stalin's death, Khrushchev came to power, who was originally a member of Trotsky's party.

        Which did not prevent him from becoming a party leader of the highest rank under Stalin.
        1. Boris55
          Boris55 6 November 2020 09: 26
          +1
          Quote: Carte
          Which did not prevent him from becoming a party leader of the highest rank under Stalin.

          Cadres decide everything.
          The number of Bolsheviks at the time of 1907 was only 46 thousand. By 1918, already 350 thousand. These were mainly Trotskyists. Let me remind you that all decisions at party meetings are made by simple voting, i.e. majority of votes ..



          For the peasants, who make up 85% of the country's population, it was very important who is who and they had a difference that allowed them to separate the Bolsheviks from everyone else ...

          What could Chapaev answer to the peasant when behind him the Trotskyist Furmanov ...
        2. Revolver
          Revolver 6 November 2020 09: 43
          13
          Quote: Carte
          Quote: Boris55
          After Stalin's death, Khrushchev came to power, who was originally a member of Trotsky's party.

          Which did not prevent him from becoming a party leader of the highest rank under Stalin.

          And they also claimed and assert that Stalin, they say, shot right and left, for any reason and even for no reason, all in a row and indiscriminately. But in fact he did not shoot. At least Khrushchev.
      2. Arlen
        Arlen 6 November 2020 10: 34
        24
        Quote: Boris55
        Gorbachev and Yeltsin - hammered the last nail into the coffin of the USSR.

        The last nail is being driven in right now. It is under the current guarantor that the latest Soviet achievements, such as free medicine and the retirement age, are eliminated.
        1. Boris55
          Boris55 6 November 2020 10: 38
          -1
          Quote: Arlen
          It was under the current guarantor that the last Soviet achievements, such as free medicine and the retirement age, were eliminated.

          When and by whom (under whose dictation) was the Constitution adopted? That's just it. And these are all consequences. Putin's proposal to amend the Constitution limits outside influence on our lives.
          1. Arlen
            Arlen 6 November 2020 10: 57
            23
            Who has prevented from changing or adopting a new Constitution for 20 years? The Constitution suited the guarantor for 20 years. Or is our guarantor a Trotskyist?
            1. Svarog
              Svarog 6 November 2020 14: 46
              +5
              Quote: Arlen
              Or is our guarantor a Trotskyist?

              Our guarantor is not a guarantor at all .. He altered the Constitution for himself, and the previous one was also not respected .. what can he guarantee if his own words are not the owner and if the government throws him away .. and after that he is satisfied with this government .. He is there at all apparently does not solve anything, the talking head ..
            2. Lexus
              Lexus 6 November 2020 15: 21
              +3
              Greetings, Comrade! hi

              A fragment from the movie "Gentlemen of Fortune." (1971)
        2. Sling cutter
          Sling cutter 6 November 2020 10: 41
          +9
          Quote: Arlen
          It is under the current guarantor that the latest Soviet achievements, such as free medicine and the retirement age, are eliminated.

          And he is the successor of their criminal and heinous business! Only you don’t explain it to Boris, he’s stoned.
          1. Boris55
            Boris55 6 November 2020 10: 58
            +1
            I don't want to repeat myself. Read my first comment in this thread.
      3. Serg65
        Serg65 6 November 2020 14: 55
        +6
        Quote: Boris55
        between the Bolsheviks and Trotskyists

        what It's funny, well, it's clear about the Bolsheviks ... and the Trotskyists are from which party?
      4. Aag
        Aag 7 November 2020 20: 29
        0
        "Processes should be considered from the moment of their inception, otherwise the consequences of them can be discussed even to blue in the face, without understanding why this happened."
        I agree.
        We can only get to the point: "Abraham gave birth to Isaac ..."
        Or: "The Revolution has a beginning,
        The Revolution has no end! "
        And, according to the one stated by you:
        "What could Chapaev answer to the peasant when behind him the Trotskyist Furmanov ..."
        A good example. But, you must admit, an episode of a feature film can only talk about an assessment of events at the time of production of the film. With a stretch. Yes, even archival documents are not always true. For they are periodically cleaned up. "History is written by the winners" ... We are not able to evaluate events, the participants we are witnessing! I am not talking about the unambiguous assessment (amendments to the Constitution, "zeroing", 91,93 years, perestroika ...).
        The (overwhelming) unanimity in the assessment of the Yeltsin Center and the pension reform is understandable and understandable, but with the reasons, especially deep ones, that led to this, everything is not so unambiguous. Confirmation is the more frequent, heightened debates on such topics. At least on this platform ...
    2. Kart
      Kart 6 November 2020 09: 15
      0
      Quote: Doccor18
      The death of I.V. Stalin and moral decay, degeneration and irremovability of the party "princelings".
      And Gorbachev and Yeltsin are already the end of the process ...

      The question is where, after the death of I.V. Stalin's leadership took so many party "princelings"?
      Didn't they get there with him, given the difficult and long way to the very top?
      The conclusion is very simple - in his management system there was such a feature that gathered at the top of these very "princelings" who were able to work only under the threat of immediate reprisals. And that's not all.
      1. Doccor18
        Doccor18 6 November 2020 09: 31
        +4
        Quote: Carte
        Quote: Doccor18
        The death of I.V. Stalin and moral decay, degeneration and irremovability of the party "princelings".
        And Gorbachev and Yeltsin are already the end of the process ...

        The question is where, after the death of I.V. Stalin's leadership took so many party "princelings"?

        These party leaders did not become "princes" right away, but during the time when the position ceased to be a set of duties, but became an occasion for opportunities and "relaxation" ..
        1. Kart
          Kart 6 November 2020 09: 39
          +5
          That's it.
          As soon as Comrade Stalin was gone, they relaxed.
          That is, they began to rule for their own pleasure.
          That is, even under Stalin, they did everything not at the behest of the mind and awareness of responsibility for the fate of the country, but under duress out of fear, in half with the desire for power and prosperity.
          That is why the question is - how did it turn out that such people came to rule the country?
          Indeed, there were many in the USSR who really believed in the future, were ready to fight for it, and moreover, they knew how and wanted to do it.
          But they were not at the top.
      2. Eug
        Eug 6 November 2020 09: 46
        +4
        Under Khrushchev. Plus one of the forms of struggle of the Trotskyists (which was Khrushchev) - mimicry of "correct" party members, predominance in the cadre bodies and "emergence" after the seizure of the leadership of the party. And ordinary members of the CPSU systematically accustomed themselves to the "genius" of the leadership.
    3. Ded_Mazay
      Ded_Mazay 6 November 2020 09: 57
      +2
      Quote: Doccor18
      The beginning of the process should be considered ...

      In my opinion, the count should be started from the abolition of the "party maximum" in 1932.
      If I am not mistaken, the Soviet economist Varga, Yevgeny Samuilovich, spoke very critically on this score.
    4. tatra
      tatra 6 November 2020 11: 13
      0
      There is no need to justify the crimes of the enemies of the communists. Not one who excuses Gorbachev from responsibility is able to prove how, without him, the enemies of the communists would be able to seize the USSR, impose themselves on the country and the people, the system of their enrichment at the expense of the country and the people, their ideology - slander of the communists, justification of the crimes of external and internal enemies of the communists.
      1. Aag
        Aag 7 November 2020 20: 44
        0
        Greetings, and sincerely, Happy Holidays!
        But if in the first sentence of the comment there is a phrase about "enemies of the communists", I no longer look at authorship ...
        Are you so caring for the communists, or for the ideas that they proclaimed, implemented? Later, only proclaimed ...
        If for the Communists themselves, then I am not your fellow traveler. They will trample you alone. And maybe (IMHO) they will do the right thing.
        If for ideas, - ready to discuss, argue. hi
  • Kart
    Kart 6 November 2020 09: 09
    13
    The very existence of the USSR was an attempt by mankind to enter a new phase of development in one mighty leap. The very same social justice and future.
    Alas, it ended in failure. For 70 years from the real construction of a new life, through the most terrible wars, through real victories in science and construction, the country gradually came to decline, cynicism and disbelief at the end of the road.
    Nothing could save it in the state in which the USSR was at the end of the 80s. Not Yeltsin with Gorbachev, so others would have plundered and destroyed all the same.
    We missed this opportunity to live in a socialist society.
    Now others in other countries, and in other ways, are likely to gradually and carefully build it.
    Maybe when this attempt will happen again, but most likely not with our generation, and only in the event of a worldwide catastrophe of the world order. But so far, despite the problems, such is not expected.
    1. Aag
      Aag 7 November 2020 20: 50
      0
      "... Nothing could save it in the state in which the USSR was at the end of the 80s ..."
      A common cliché ... Try it on the other hand, what had to be done (with the question HOW, (?) I still suffer, by the way, in relation to the current situation)?
  • Revolver
    Revolver 6 November 2020 09: 12
    14
    In fact, the Communist Party as an instrument of state power had outlived itself by the early 1950s, and no one saw this better than the head of the party, Stalin. By the end of Stalin's life, the center of government of the country shifted from the Central Committee to the Council of Ministers. The intention was to move the party away from the management of the state and the economy, and leave it purely party functions - propaganda and nomination of candidates for deputies. The coup organized by Khrushch and Zhukov, in addition to the assassination of Stalin's de facto successor, L.P. Beria, also resulted in the removal from power of business executives and the return of the center of government to the party bodies. There was a paradox: the party was in charge of the economy, and the business executives were responsible for the results of these orders. All subsequent time, the party was only decaying, the party bosses were reborn, and in general Yeltsin's decree was nothing more than a seal attached to the death certificate of the corpse of the CPSU. Well, minus signers, go ahead!
    1. Kart
      Kart 6 November 2020 09: 32
      +9
      Any control system where everything depends on one person at the top is extremely vulnerable. None of those below decides anything. Moreover, it is punishable. And if there is a failure at the top - immediately the whole system is destroyed.
      I will cite as an example the USA, which I do not like. They managed to build a fairly autonomous control system. For example, the mayor of the city can elect ... a dog. Literally. In fair and democratic elections.
      And nothing. Everything still works. That is, the management system itself is regulated at other levels, and very little, or nothing at all, depends on the manager.
      Everything is still with us. Everything is 99% dependent on one person in the leadership, at all levels.
      It is not difficult to see that such a system is subject to the same defect as the Soviet system of government: the leader changes - everything changes.
      In 2024, this is exactly the situation.
      1. Revolver
        Revolver 6 November 2020 09: 37
        +4
        Quote: Carte
        For example, the mayor of the city can elect ... a dog.

        For example, Chernenko could have been elected General Secretary, although it was obvious that he was not just a country, but he barely managed himself. However, about half of American voters could have voted for Biden, who in shape is not much better than dear comrade Konstantin Ustinovich was.
        1. Kart
          Kart 6 November 2020 10: 06
          +1
          Quote: Nagan
          For example, Chernenko could be elected General Secretary,

          That's it. In the late USSR this was already possible.
          True, the results turned out to be exactly what they should be in an extremely centralized control system.
          1. Aag
            Aag 7 November 2020 20: 58
            0
            Quote: Carte
            Quote: Nagan
            For example, Chernenko could be elected General Secretary,

            That's it. In the late USSR this was already possible.
            True, the results turned out to be exactly what they should be in an extremely centralized control system.

            Do you really doubt the centralized (bi-centralized) government in the United States?
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    2. Doccor18
      Doccor18 6 November 2020 09: 34
      +6
      Quote: Nagan
      In fact, the Communist Party as an instrument of state power had outlived itself by the early 1950s, and no one saw this better than the head of the party, Stalin. Towards the end of Stalin's life, the center of government of the country shifted from the Central Committee to the Council of Ministers. The idea was to move the party away from the management of the state and the economy, and leave it purely party functions - propaganda and nomination of candidates for deputies ... There was a paradox: the party controlled the economy, and the business executives were responsible for the results of these orders.

      Quite right. One of the best comments. hi
    3. Svarog
      Svarog 6 November 2020 14: 50
      +2
      Quote: Nagan
      In fact, the Communist Party as an instrument of state power outlived its usefulness by the early 1950s, and no one saw this better than the head of the party, Stalin. Towards the end of Stalin's life, the center of government of the country shifted from the Central Committee to the Council of Ministers.

      Well, in fact, this is a historical fact. What you described. Spitsyn says the same.
      1. apro
        apro 7 November 2020 01: 22
        -3
        Quote: Svarog
        Well, in fact, this is a historical fact

        One can argue ... the party has overloaded itself with unusual responsibilities. And replaced the state power. The power of the party and the state are incompatible things. Sometimes you need to know where to stop.
  • BAI
    BAI 6 November 2020 09: 27
    14
    Civil and World War II mowed down the real communists. If earlier the party card was a ticket to the front, then after the war it became a pass to the special feeder. Plus the system is to lead and not be responsible for anything. All this led to the fact that the CPSU genetically degenerated and became incapable of running the state. But she had one plus - open theft was suppressed, the fear of losing her party membership card was a very appetite-restraining factor.
    1. Olgovich
      Olgovich 6 November 2020 10: 15
      -21 qualifying.
      Quote: BAI
      Civil and WWII mowed the real the communists

      WHAT?!

      it was in the Second World War that MILLIONS of people joined the party, at the most terrible time. Do you think they are ... bad? belay

      The same Maresyev, who joined the VKPB in 1944 city, Pokryshkin, Rokossovsky, etc. and so on ... fake ?! belay
      Quote: BAI
      Civilian mowed down real communists



      Those. tsarism brought up real commies, and the reigning "nar." power for decades .... could not!request

      Significant recognition! yes lol
      1. Aag
        Aag 7 November 2020 21: 16
        0
        Yes, it seems, they wrote correctly ... But, judging by the minuses, a little about something else.
        1. Olgovich
          Olgovich 8 November 2020 07: 54
          +1
          Quote: AAG
          Yes, it seems, they wrote correctly ... But, judging by the minuses, a little about something else.

          Precisely about that and exactly what is correct - “about real communists”.

          Therefore, the disadvantages are from the powerless anger of the minusar at the TRUTH and their inability refute it.
  • Ross xnumx
    Ross xnumx 6 November 2020 09: 37
    +7
    The answer can be considered the decision of the Constitutional Court of Russia N 9-P, adopted by it on November 30, 1992, when the passions had already subsided, and material values ​​have found new owners.

    Here's some of the famous:
    Evgeny Savostyanov described his meeting with him on August 23, 1991, after the end of the GKChP putsch, at the closure of the complex of buildings of the Central Committee of the CPSU, and on the night of August 26, N. Kruchina threw himself from the balcony of his apartment on the fifth floor (house No. Plotnikov lane, not far from Arbat) and crashed to death. The body was discovered early in the morning not far from the entrance, "the very first examination of the body and the office of the deceased showed that he decided to voluntarily die."
    Almost immediately, two suicide notes of Kruchina were found, one of them was in the apartment, the other, more detailed - with the deceased, she was found during the examination of the body in the hospital: “I am not a traitor and not a conspirator,” wrote Kruchina, “but I am afraid ... ”, He also declared his loyalty to Gorbachev, that his conscience is clear, and he asks to inform the people about this.
    Viktor Mironenko, who was then close to him, said years later: “he was either thrown out of the window, or he threw himself out,” and claimed that "The party then had 10 billion dollars in its accounts." Mikhail Poltoranin also directly says that Kruchina was killed, and did not commit suicide. Former Minister of Defense of the USSR DT Yazov adheres to the same version.
    It is worth noting that forty days later, on October 6, 1991, his predecessor in the last position, 80-year-old G. S. Pavlov, committed suicide in the same way - he stepped out of the window of his apartment in a house in Granatny Lane. And on October 17, again, Dmitry Lisovolik, head of the US sector of the international department of the CPSU Central Committee, fell out of the window of his own apartment in a 12-storey building on Liza Chaikina Street. Huge sums also passed through it, which settled on the secret accounts of American communists.
  • Eug
    Eug 6 November 2020 09: 37
    +8
    The CPSU defeated itself by deceit, the formalism of party bosses, bureaucracy, and an unnatural personnel policy. And in the end, instead of fighting to cleanse the party, its bosses chose to go into the shadows with the stolen goods. By the way, the ban of the CPSU contributed a lot to this ...
  • Daniil Konovalenko
    Daniil Konovalenko 6 November 2020 10: 05
    +4
    In fact, Yeltsin performed only a ritual act on the body of a dead enemy, completely incapable of any resistance and struggle for power over at least part of the great country he once created ...
    Necrophiliac ...
  • tatra
    tatra 6 November 2020 11: 16
    -1
    In general, in the comments of the enemies of the communists, everything is the same as 30 years after the capture of the USSR by them "and we have nothing to do with it, it's all the communists are to blame," BUT they grabbed the country with a stranglehold, and will never give it to anyone.
    1. Aag
      Aag 7 November 2020 21: 21
      0
      And again: "enemies of the communists" ...
      Yes, purple to them for the communists or anyone else! Assets, liabilities, arrays, everything that can be monetized makes sense for them!
  • dgonni
    dgonni 6 November 2020 11: 25
    +2
    Why is this property to look for then? At least what is on the territory of the countries of the former union remained in place.
    At the district level, the premises were occupied by new authorities. So it's not lost. At the regional level it is already more interesting. The premises of the regional committees are also used by the power structures. The party elite quickly repainted the premises of the special stores for themselves. But since in the trade they turned out to be profane and did not pull the trade. That was resold to the business. Specialized garages with equipment suffered the same fate. Equipment stretched out the premises are sold out.
    Special items were also privatized and then sold out. And the level of those houses is such that a modern businessman of an average hand will not even look without tears.
    The situation is the same at the level of republican capitals. Perhaps there are more objects, but the meaning is the same. Special state farms and special shops for the production of products in the same place. Sawed up and sold out. Although it was all bought up by the former party nomenclature, as it turned out, they could not even enter the elementary trade business. They were more about gorlopanstvo and op type of party card you put on the table.
    Sanatoriums and special hospitals were transferred to the balances of local authorities. So the sanatoriums have already been sawed together with the new leaders.
    Ч
  • north 2
    north 2 6 November 2020 11: 36
    +1
    and what would have changed if Yeltsin had not banned the Communist Party of the RFSSR? What, those who started from Khrushchev's times
    wink at the West, and in Brezhnev times everyone dressed in the West with sewn suits and put on
    with Salamander shoes and loaded imported sets into imported sets in their apartments and brought Gorbachev to power, that, under Yeltsin, they would suddenly see the light and see that people still wear embroidered suits and shoes in Stalin's time, and many still live in post-war barracks and haven’t seen your sausage in a long time? Now remember how many imported
    costumes had Stalin and his entourage, and even remember that after the war, very soon showcases
    shops began to burst with domestic products. Until Khrushchev came to power and until
    the Khrushchev elite did not give rise to the eternal approval of the Brezhnev elite from which the Gorbachevs crawled out
    liberals. And it was the Communist Party of the RFSSR that was not so much embarrassed that the CP in the rest of the USSR Republics, from Khrushchev times to the end of the Brezhnev times, brazenly deceived the people of the RFSSR. In Uzbekistan
    mass cotton swindles flourished, and Brezhnev praised "Uzbekistan is striding widely." And in the Baltics
    in fishing collective farms of coastal fishing, fishermen received six hundred rubles a month and more by catching sprat and herring, when at that time sailors in fishing collective farms of coastal fishing in the RFSSR received a maximum of three hundred rubles a month, although they caught whitefish, omul, chum salmon, pink salmon yes sterlet. There is a difference, how much and for what? But all the same, come on RFSSR, let's subsidize Uzbekistan and the Baltic States! That the leadership of the RFSSR Communist Party did not see how those republics sit on the neck of the RFSSR? After all, more than once at the congresses, no one from the leadership of the Communist Party of the Russian SSR raised the question of enough for the rest to ride sitting on the neck of Russia. So if these swindlers under Gorbachev and Yeltsin also profited money from the Communist Party of the Russian SSR, then what a surprise there could be. By the way, there is no guarantee that the elite in the Republics of the USSR was not bribed with this money, so that the elite in the Republics would do everything possible so that they would not change their minds to destroy the USSR. As a result, the people of the entire USSR in a referendum spoke in favor of preserving the USSR.
  • WayKheThuo
    WayKheThuo 6 November 2020 11: 59
    +3
    The reason for this is simple - in the country where it was, according to the Constitution, a "guiding and guiding force", there were practically no real, ideological communists by the end of the 80s - beginning of the 90s. At the highest levels of the party and state apparatus, they no longer existed at all
    The author, thanks, plus a definite one.
    Finally, I read on the pages of VO not empty howls about "traitors" in the orderly ranks of the CPSU, who planted a kind of capitalist "pig" for such pure and responsible communists and not groundless rantings about "personnel mistakes", but clear, clear, and the main thing is a fair verdict.
    On my own behalf, I will note the following, what happened to the country at the end of the 20th century, left a black spot on the reputation of communism as a doctrine, and modern communists as politicians. The corrupted bosses of the CPSU of the 80s - 90s not only ruined the country, but also put an end to the future of communism as an ideology, giving the united West in fact not only a tactical - the collapse of the Union, but also a strategic victory, knocking out ideological weapons from the hands of their opponents ...
    The collapse of the USSR still haunts us, because for the West we are simply losers and woe to us, and for the East - traitors who "merged" their country for the sake of a Snickers wrapper.
    As for the "gold of the party", I can assure you - they took care of it and put it to work long ago, but again past us.
    I think so.
  • xomaNN
    xomaNN 6 November 2020 12: 12
    +3
    As the "repainted" eBN undertook to play populism and prohibit and privatize and so uk..r. the former ideologist of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine Kravchuk suddenly became a "Nazi" in 1991. Little souls!
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 6 November 2020 14: 22
      +3
      Little souls! Like everyone else in the Central Committee of the CPSU - since the mid-60s
  • Daniil Konovalenko
    Daniil Konovalenko 6 November 2020 13: 01
    +4
    As the liberals try to assert, in this way Yeltsin tried to "prevent a return to the totalitarian past" and "an attempt at red revenge"
    ... Thus, Yeltsin began the process of de-sovietization and de-communization ... which continues to the present day.
  • Spring fluff
    Spring fluff 6 November 2020 13: 21
    +1
    why search far away and fantasize? let's take public information
    1. how it was. Wiki: Bank Rossiya was registered on June 27, 1990 in the city of Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) [3], on the wave of experiments in the creation of commercial banks in the last years of the USSR, as a mutual commercial bank with an authorized capital of 31 million rubles ... Of these, 15 million were invested by the Leningrad Regional Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, 13 million - by the state production and technical association "Russian Video", the other shareholders of the bank were the insurance company "Rus" and the Soviet-Belgian company "Digital Transfer". The bank became one of the first commercial banks in modern Russia and was engaged in servicing accounts and foreign economic operations of the regional committee of the CPSU and the local government of the KGB [7].

    The first chairman of the bank's board of directors was Arkady Krutikhin, the manager of the Leningrad regional committee of the CPSU [7].
    ----
    2. what they did is a dark matter, dashing 90s, here they write https://rhtn59.livejournal.com/106421.html like this: After the failure in August 1991 of the attempted coup of the State Emergency Committee, the activities of the Rossiya bank were frozen.

    At the end of 1991 Bank Rossiya was reanimated. The shares of the original shareholders were bought out by a group of joint ventures (JV) that are part of the Leningrad Association of Joint Ventures (LenASP) created in August 1990; President-General Director - Gennady Volodchenko (in 1993 he was replaced by Vladimir Kozhin), Vice President - Yuri Kovalchuk , member of the board of the association - Vladimir Yakunin). A part of the corporatized shares, however, went to the former founders, for example, the Krasnoselskaya Fur Factory (5%), behind which were the same Krutikhin, Reznik, Aleksandrov - since the Rus company was one of the co-founders and co-owners of the fur factory.
    ----
    3.what now
    Vicki: Is a commercial lending institution with no government ownership. Key figure: Yuri Valentinovich Kovalchuk
    Bank Rossiya owns 100% of Sobinbank shares, is the founder of the Zest group of leasing companies, a shareholder of National Media Group CJSC and the Sogaz insurance group (by the way, it owns VTB Insurance).
    Yuri Valentinovich Kovalchuk - Russian entrepreneur, main shareholder and former chairman of the board of directors of Bank Rossiya. During the Soviet era, he was engaged in scientific and scientific-administrative work, was one of the leaders of the P.I. Ioffe in Leningrad. Since February 1991 - Deputy Chairman of the Board (Vice President) of the Association of Joint Ventures of St. Petersburg. In 1991 he became president of the Center for Advanced Technologies and Development. During these years, he became close to the Fursenko brothers and V.V. Putin. In 1996, they established the Ozero dacha cooperative near Priozersk [3] [4].

    Since November 2000 - Chairman of the Board of the St. Petersburg Public Foundation "Center for Strategic Research North-West"; from June 2005 to June 2012 - Chairman of the Board of Directors of Bank Rossiya [5]. In 2008, with the participation of Kovalchuk, the National Media Group was created (includes REN TV, Channel One, Channel Five, Izvestia, etc.) [6].
    The son of Yuri Kovalchuk, Boris Kovalchuk, from April 2006 to December 2008, was the director of the department of the RF Government apparatus for the implementation of priority national projects [11]. When the "national projects" were curtailed, Boris Kovalchuk went to work as deputy director of Rosatom, and at the end of 2009 was appointed head of the state-owned company Inter RAO, the monopoly operator of electricity export and import.
  • Radikal
    Radikal 6 November 2020 14: 11
    +2
    Quote: Nasr
    Quote: Stroporez
    Quote: The same LYOKHA
    Yes, an interesting question ... where did the gold of the party go?

    Evil tongues argue that, for example, the Leningrad Regional Party Committee in 1990 contributed a considerable amount to the account of the notorious bank Russia, among whose founders was a retired lieutenant colonel and part-time assistant to Sobchak for foreign economic relations.

    So you are now reproaching the regional committee of the communist party for lending money or reproaching the communist from the KGB for setting up a bank? .... The role of the communists in the collapse of the country is obvious even without it .... It's a pity there was no trial over the commies ... and what should he do if they are still in power ...

    Are you talking about "Himself", about the Guarantor ?! belay belay belay
    lol wassat
  • evgen1221
    evgen1221 6 November 2020 16: 55
    0
    Isn't the article from a Western edition from copy-paste? How is the authorship of the photo on the splash alarming? In your own country, there were no such photos of domestic authors, or is it too lazy to go out to the central square of any village-town and take a picture?
  • Petr Vladimirovich
    Petr Vladimirovich 6 November 2020 18: 36
    +1
    The discussion inspired. There was a girl in the early 70s. Daddy from the Old Square. I helped her take (buy) and deliver food in two "points", one near Voentorg, the second in the House on the embankment. She paid with leaves from a book. Delicacies to choose from, pineapples, the rabbit was still remembered, fed ... Yes, there was also a book, tickets to the theater, in another "point". Taganka, but for God's sake ... At least for tomorrow ... She had one more book, in the 200th section of GUM, there are American jeans, etc.
    That's it ... Believe it or not, I don't know how to invent ...
  • faterdom
    faterdom 6 November 2020 22: 01
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    "Holy Ninety"!
    There was such a film, "St. Jorgen's Day", so at least it was funny.
    And then the horror movie turned out.