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The myth of the immaculate knight of the revolution Trotsky. Part of 2

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The myth of the immaculate knight of the revolution Trotsky. Part of 2 The rise of Trotsky was facilitated by the fact that through relatives he was associated with the "financial international". He left four uncles in Russia, his mother’s brothers — Abram, Timofey, David, and Illarion Zhivotovsky. They were all solid entrepreneurs. Abram was particularly successful; he was a merchant of the 1 guild, a banker and a millionaire. He did business in Kiev, was the holder of significant blocks of shares of the Russian-Asian, Commercial and Industrial, Siberian-commercial banks. Had interests in the Putilov factory. The success of Zhivotovsky contributed to their participation in Freemasonry. When the business of Prince Bebutov, one of the leaders of Russian Freemasonry, arose in 1909, a list of prominent Freemasons was compiled from 385, David and Abram Zhivotovsky were in the first place.


In this environment, marriage has played an important role. Zhivotovsky had such a connection with Brodsky. Lazarus Brodsky was called the "Jewish king." He monopolized shipping on the Dnieper, was the master of the sugar industry, controlled social life in the South-Western region of the empire. At the world level, Brodsky defended the project of creating a “promised land” for Jewry, not in Palestine, but in Russia. Brodsky were related to the Rothschilds, Kagans and other families. Thus, Trotsky, through his relatives, was connected by world banking circles.

Preparing a new attack on Russia, backstage forces tried to unite the Social Democrats into a united front. The rallying was to occur around the figure of Trotsky. He looked like the most compromise figure - he was in an intermediate position between the Bolsheviks and the Mensheviks. In August, a party conference was organized in Vienna 1912. She was more representative than under the leadership of Lenin in Prague. Some Mensheviks took part in it - a group of Martov, Dan, and part of the Bolsheviks. It was proclaimed union of social democratic forces, created the so-called. "August bloc." But this block remained on paper, the contradictions between the various groups were too strong.

After the conference, Trotsky in September 1912 of the year, at the suggestion of Kievskaya Mysl (Parvus went to Turkey), for some reason, throws the policy, Pravda, and goes to the Balkans to write reports about the hostilities. It is clear that his functions were not limited to journalism. He arrived as an employee of the Russian newspaper, was considered an ally, there were no secrets from him. Trotsky's chief in the intelligence department of the Austrian General Staff, Colonel Takovsky could be pleased with his wards. One of the leaders of the Russian gendarmerie, General A. Spiridovich, wrote: “Bronstein stopped printing his Pravda. Being in the service of the Austrian police, he is engaged in another matter ... ". In addition, Trotsky was still associated with Parvus, and he had connections with the Germans, the Turks and the British. The appearance of Parvus and Trotsky in the Balkans was not accidental, the attention of all European intelligence services was riveted on this region.

True, Trotsky did not play to the end of his role. Russophobia, hatred of the Slavs leaped into it. Trotsky in his materials began to stigmatize the “hand of tsarism,” the ideas of panslavism, described the “atrocities of the Slavs,” expressed sympathy for Turkey. Naturally, such publications led to a wave of criticism in the direction of “Kiev thought”. The whole Russian public sympathized with the Slavs, their war with Turkey. Were outraged in the Balkans. Bulgaria deprived Trotsky of accreditation.

Trotsky's anti-Slavic articles were reprinted by Austro-German newspapers, in order to adjust the population accordingly. Preparation in the big war in Europe was in full swing, there was even an idea to use the war in the Balkans to start a pan-European war. Turkey was defeated and appealed to the great powers for mediation. Austria-Hungary moved the troops to the Serbian border. She was ready to support Germany and Italy, who dreamed of seizing Albania. Serbia and Montenegro managed to seize part of Albania, claimed the Adriatic ports. Italy and Austria declared that this step would mean a war with them. France pushed Russia to take the side of Serbia. Paris offered to take a tough stance and gave a large military loan. However, this time the war was avoided. The Russian emperor proposed to convene a peace conference, he was supported by the British. In addition, when the German emperor asked the military leadership about the best time to start a war, Tirpitz said that the fleet was not yet ready and it was necessary to move the beginning of large-scale hostilities by a year and a half. Berlin pressed on Vienna, and the Austrians slowed down.

World War I

For Russian socialist emigration, the war has turned out to have various consequences. In France, part of the Social Democrats and Socialist-Revolutionaries joined the French army as volunteers. Plekhanov supported them. It was believed that they were fighting not for "tsarism", but for Russia. Martov’s newspaper “The Voice” in Paris was shedding mud at Plekhanov and other “defencists”. An interesting fact is that the French authorities quickly dealt with their defeatists, they were shot without long conversations under the wartime law, but they didn’t interfere with Martov and his ilk, propaganda against an ally - Russia turned out to be quite acceptable.

Trotsky, as soon as the war began, Adler personally took him to the head of the Vienna political police and asked whether the revolutionary should leave Austria-Hungary. He explained that it was better to leave. Trotsky was immediately issued all the documents, and three hours after the visit, his family sat on a train that was heading to Switzerland. Lenin did not receive such honors. 7 August he was arrested. On the wave of espionage that swept Europe, the danger was serious. But then fellow party members were alarmed, they hooked up Adler, and pulled Lenin out of prison. After some time, he was also transferred to Switzerland.

Trotsky in Switzerland did not linger. As soon as it became clear that the Germans would not take Paris, he suggested that the same “Kiev thought” became its correspondent in France. At the same time, it was published on the pages of the Voice.

In general, at the beginning of the First World War, socialist emigration looked helpless. Continuing endless disputes, bickering. The circulation of the "central organ" of the Bolsheviks, the newspaper Social-Democrat, was issued in 500 copies. Opponents of Russia relied on the liberals, the socialists were on the sidelines. Parvus changed the situation somewhat. In Turkey, he made a big capital, and when he returned, he set his sights on Russia again. In the spring of 1915, he proposed to the German government a plan where he proposed to completely crush tsarism and dismember Russia into small states. He argued that Germany would not be able to achieve victory unless a revolution was launched in Russia. But for the complete destruction of the “Russian danger”, the Russian Empire should be split. In this respect, the interests of the German government coincide with the interests of the Russian revolutionaries. Parvus proposed a plan for a secret war against Russia. The German Chancellor, the Foreign Minister, the military command and the Kaiser himself approved the plan. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs immediately allocated Parnus 2 million marks, then another 20 million, and in the fall of 1915, another 40 million.

Parvus in September 1915 of the year convened a conference of Social Democrats in Zimmerwald, Switzerland. It turned out that even such enemies as Lenin and Trotsky can work together if there is money. The affairs of the revolutionaries immediately went to another level. In Copenhagen, under the auspices of the German embassy, ​​a headquarters was created that coordinated the activities of various anti-Russian forces and distributing funds. Through neutral countries were organized financial flows. The main one went through Sweden. Funds were sent to Russia for campaign materials, the organization of strikes, and so on. The circulation of the Social Democrat was seriously increased. Trotsky was able to publish a full-fledged newspaper, Our Word. Lunacharsky, Uritsky, Lozovsky, Chicherin and others collaborated with her. I must say that Parvus organized funding and socialist revolutionaries (SRs).

15 August 1916 was killed by soldiers in the military camp de Marme in Marseille in the Russian military service in the military camp Lieutenant Colonel Mauritius Krause. During the investigation, they discovered that Trotsky’s newspaper Nashe Slovo was distributed among the soldiers (although the murder itself was not caused by “politics”). Russia demanded the arrest and extradition of Trotsky. For that, prominent French leaders stood up, right up to deputies and ministers. But Trotsky was still arrested, but limited to expulsion to Spain. The Spanish authorities also arrested him and sent him to the United States. It must be said that it was in the USA at that time that they became the center of anti-Russian intrigues and conspiracies. Suffice it to recall the activities of Colonel Edward House, presidential adviser Woodrow Wilson. Very successful coincidence. Trotsky was included in the shock detachment of revolutionaries, who was to get into Russia, after the revolution.

Literally from the first steps in the USA, Trotsky’s business is going uphill. The famous "New York Times" publishes the news of the arrival of the revolutionary. Trotsky actually advertise! Trotsky gets a residence permit, he is settled in the Bronx in a good apartment. The “guardian” of Trotsky was D. Hammer. He was the owner of a large pharmaceutical company. Got Trotsky and a good job - became the editor of the newspaper New World. Began to publish in the newspaper "Forverst" and other publications.

Revolution in Russia

In February, the 1917 of the year, the liberal “fifth column”, with the full support of Western intelligence agencies, dumped autocracy. High-ranking dignitaries, generals, members of the Duma, prominent bankers and industrialists, not Bolsheviks, as often suggested, became the killers of the empire. The Bolsheviks were not even informed about the upcoming revolution, which indicates their very low place in the hierarchy of opponents of the Russian Empire. Lenin still 22 January 1917, speaking in Zurich, was full of pessimism and said that the coming revolution will be proletarian. "We, the elderly, may not live to see the decisive battles in this impending revolution." For the Petrograd Bolsheviks, the revolution came as a complete surprise. Their leader, the Shlyapnikov, on the day of the start of the wave of mass strikes - February 23, instructed to curtail active activities.

Only the Mensheviks from the Social-Democratic faction of the Duma, who were connected with the conspirators through Kerensky: Chkheidze, Tsereteli, Skobelev, etc., quickly oriented themselves. They created the Petrograd Soviet, where they completely prevailed. And among the Bolsheviks there was confusion and vacillation. Some thought it was necessary to support the Provisional Government and the Council, others that only the Council, others considered both bodies illegal.

At this time, the Provisional Government itself digs a grave. Not only was the amnesty of the “political” in Russia carried out, the authorities are beginning to purposefully collect them from emigration. Instructions were sent to the Russian consulates and embassies to help all political émigrants return to their homeland. In the US, one of the first to come to the consulate in New York was Trotsky. Lev Davidovich also contrived, set conditions. He demanded that he, as the leader of the local Bolsheviks, should be sent separately, and not in a group.

But Trotsky had a problem; the sea routes to Europe passed through the zone of control of the British and French authorities. But Trotsky, after being expelled from France, was listed as a German agent. But the problem was solved very quickly. Trotsky received US citizenship and a US passport. Such a question could be solved only at a very high level, in circles close to the American president. A visa was attached to the passport for entry into Russia, and the British consulate issued a transit visa to Trotsky without question.

On the way to Russia, the dark happened to Trotsky история. In Halifax, Trotsky with his family and companions was detained by British naval counterintelligence. Trotsky's family was released, and the “hero” and his comrades were placed in the Amherst camp, where they held prisoners of German sailors and interned citizens of the Central Powers. There are different versions of this incident. According to one of them, the detention was due to the inconsistency of the actions of Western intelligence services. According to another version, arresting Trotsky, the British "laundered" themselves, spreading a rumor that Trotsky was supposedly a German agent. In addition, Trotsky was held to be the first to arrive in Russia, Lenin and entrenched in a leadership position. But Lenin came to Russia through Germany. Thus, the “German trace” of the revolution in Russia came to the fore. Destroyed Russia "allies" on the Entente, and all the blame dumped on Germany.

Trotsky's conclusion did not last long. They again stood up for him at the highest level and put the revolutionary with apologies on the nearest ship. On the way to Russia, Trotsky behaved himself untied, in Canada and Sweden he tried to recruit workers. Open text tempted them with the wealth of Russia. In Petrograd, Lev Davidovich was solemnly greeted and staged by no means “proletarian”. Trotsky was not an ascetic, like Stalin, loved to live beautifully, luxury. He was settled in a huge apartment by the director of the Nobel and Serebrovsky factories. The owner himself gave it up. He himself was from among the "fifth column."

Lenin and Trotsky to Russia was followed by a whole landing of revolutionaries. Martov arrived from Switzerland through Germany with a detachment of 250 people. More arrived from the USA. The main part was transferred from the ports of the US Pacific coast to Vladivostok. We drove the whole steamer, hundreds. In fact, the United States mobilized revolutionary emigration. Trotsky became the leader of the "internationalists" who arrived from abroad. The liberal revolution was only the first step towards the destruction of the “Russian peril”. In accordance with the theory of permanent revolution, Russia had to go through a socialist revolution. And then the revolution had to acquire a world character.

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  1. Rustiger
    Rustiger April 25 2013 08: 41
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    Of course, I understand that "the son is not responsible for the father."
    But it’s better to identify all the offspring of this ghoul and LIME to the very root!
    You look, others will be edified angry
    1. Ascetic
      Ascetic April 25 2013 14: 16
      +9
      Quote: Rustiger
      But it is better to identify all the offspring of this ghoul and LIME to the very root!


      His great-grandson David Axelrod once left for Israel, lives in the settlement of Kfar Tapuah in Judea. The son of David Axelrod is named after Baruch Meir - in honor of Baruch Goldstein, who shot 29 Muslim prayers in the Hebron mosque, and Rabbi Meir Kahane, the founder of the ultra-orthodox nationalist party. Axelrod was sentenced to imprisonment three times in Israel - for attempts on Arabs and for arson of a mosque. He categorically denies his guilt.
      David Axelrod was born in 1961 in Moscow. The family of his mother, Julia Axelrod, cruelly paid for Trotsky’s confrontation with Stalin. Stalin ordered to destroy not only Trotsky himself, but also repressed his entire family remaining in the USSR. Julia’s father, Sergei L. Sedov, was shot, her mother spent 10 years in the Gulag, losing her rights for another 10 years. Julia's grandparents were exiled to Siberia, where her childhood passed. Julia managed to hide from her son a kinship with Trotsky until they emigrated to New York in 1979. In New York, the family settled in Brooklyn, where David joined the Chabad movement. Two years later, he repatriated to Israel and settled in Kiryat Arba.

      After Meir Kahane was killed, Axelrod never once participated in the elections. “Democracy failed. True power is the Torah. "- the descendant of Trotsky is convinced.

      the great-grandfather’s genes live, as we see in his descendants, here it is worth blaming Stalin for excessive humanism to such inhumanities. Oh. Iosif Vissarionovich didn’t work; the weeds sprouted in a violent color, because after him there was nobody to weed ..
  2. omsbon
    omsbon April 25 2013 09: 44
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    Leiba Bronnstein - Trotsky. Even a small list of the actions of this Ghoul makes you respect those who were able to first deprive him of power and then the ability to write memoirs.
    Too much in the revolution was of life and mois.
    1. donchepano
      donchepano April 25 2013 11: 44
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      Quote: omsbon

      Even a small list of the actions of this Ghoul makes you respect those who were able to first deprive him of power and then the ability to write memoirs.


      Lev Davidovich was still that revolutionary.
      Apparently, he is also an agent of foreign special services, as well as a member of the world government
  3. zvereok
    zvereok April 25 2013 09: 57
    16 th
    And also Trotsky is the creator of the Red Army. If it were not for his "disciplinary measures" and executions for the slightest offense and without it, the Red Army had no concept of discipline and the army would have been incapable of combat. Perhaps if these methods of Trotsky were brought into the fight against corruption, Communism would come.
    1. vyatom
      vyatom April 25 2013 10: 15
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      Quote: zvereok
      And also Trotsky is the creator of the Red Army. If it were not for his "disciplinary measures" and executions for the slightest offense and without it, the Red Army had no concept of discipline and the army would have been incapable of combat. Perhaps if these methods of Trotsky were brought into the fight against corruption, Communism would come.

      The Red Army = this is an amorphous mass without traditions and valor. On February 23, the notorious Red Guard was defeated by second-rate German troops. The Finnish war and the beginning of the Second World War showed the level of readiness of such an army. Whatever they say, but 5 million captured Red Army men is a huge indicator. And only after returning to the traditions of the Russian army in the 1943 year (the introduction of epaulettes, orders and medals with the name of the famous Russian military leaders) did real victories begin. But communism awaits only the dim-witted people who miss their master's hand. When they are told what to do and how to think, etc.
      1. anip
        anip April 25 2013 10: 52
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        And what is wrong with the Finnish war? Just at first, the enemy was slightly underestimated, there was no experience in conducting military operations in a wooded and swampy area.
        Yes, 5 million prisoners is a huge indicator. However, there is another indicator of about 3,5 - 4,2 million (according to various sources) prisoners of the Third Reich and its allies. It is quite comparable, especially when one takes into account the fact that almost all these prisoners were taken from the beginning of 1943 until the end of the war in May 1945, that is, at the time when the war was on, when about the suddenness of the war for the Germans (in contrast to the beginning of the war in 1941 for the USSR) there was no question, and, nevertheless, the Germans were captured in batches.
        In addition, at the time of the surrender of Germany in 1945, they had in service about 4,1 million soldiers, they are considered captured or what? It seems that half can be definitely added to the number of captured soldiers of Germany and others like her. And this is 5,5 - 6 million German soldiers captured by the Red Army.
        ..
        Regarding the introduction of epaulettes:
        But is it because of the epaulettes that they won the war? Shoulder straps? And not because they won because they evacuated and rebuilt factories in new places, is it because the Soviet industry surpassed Germany and its assistants in the production of military products?
      2. Slav
        Slav April 25 2013 11: 16
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        Quote: vyatom
        only after returning to the traditions of the Russian army in 1943 (the introduction of epaulettes, orders and medals with the name of the famous Russian military leaders) did real victories begin

        I agree!
        1. Igarr
          Igarr April 25 2013 12: 03
          +3
          The end of the Finnish campaign,
          Khalkhin Gol
          Moscow operation
          Stalingrad operation
          The battle for the Caucasus.
          all this without shoulder straps.
          So let's not talk about trinkets.
          At Balaton, the Germans very seriously inserted our shoulder straps. Not childish.
      3. Aleksys2
        Aleksys2 April 25 2013 11: 48
        +8
        Quote: vyatom
        Whatever they say, but 5 million captured Red Army men is a huge indicator. And only after returning to the traditions of the Russian army in 1943 (the introduction of epaulettes, orders and medals with the name of the famous Russian military leaders) did real victories begin. But communism awaits only the dim-witted people who miss their master's hand. When they are told what to do and how to think, etc.


        Well, how much can you carry nonsense?
        1. According to historian G.F. Krivosheev, during the Great Patriotic War, 3 military personnel were missing and captured. Of these, 396 military personnel returned, 400 did not return (died or emigrated). 1 people returned from captivity, of whom were sent: about 836 million for further military service; 000 thousand - for work in industry as part of labor battalions; 1 thousand (including 783 thousand former military personnel) - to the NKVD camps, as they had compromised themselves in captivity.
        2. The Orders of Suvorov, Kutuzov and Alexander Nevsky were established by Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of July 29, 1942.
        3. Epaulettes were introduced on January 6, 1943.
        4. Do you want to say that until January 1943 the Red Army only retreated and surrendered? But what about: the Bialystok-Minsk battle (June 22 - July 8, 1941), the Battle of Dubno - Lutsk - Brody (June 24 - June 30, 1941), the Smolensk battle (July 10 - September 10), the Battle of Kiev (August 7 - September 26, 1941), The Defense of Leningrad and the beginning of its blockade (September 8, 1941 - January 27, 1944), The Defense of Odessa (August 5 - October 16, 1941), The beginning of the defense of Sevastopol (October 4, 1941 - July 4, 1942), The Battle of Moscow (30 September - April 20, 1942, Soviet troops drove the enemy westward for 80-250 km, completed the liberation of the Moscow and Tula regions, liberated many areas of the Kalinin and Smolensk regions.), the Battle of Stalingrad (July 17, 1942 - February 2, 1943, November 19, 1942 the offensive of the Red Army began as part of Operation Uranus. On November 23, an encirclement ring was closed in the Kalach area around the 6th Wehrmacht Army).
        1. Igarr
          Igarr April 25 2013 12: 09
          +7
          Alexey, hi.
          No .... everything listed by you - without shoulder straps is not considered. This is ... by accident.
          (I specially emphasize that it is spelled correctly spontaneously).
          1. Aleksys2
            Aleksys2 April 25 2013 15: 31
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            Greetings!
            Everything is sadder and sadder, less and less adequate and thinking people on the site.
            1. dmb
              dmb April 25 2013 18: 40
              +1
              To a certain extent, you are right, but you can’t leave the site. It is essentially interesting, and young people who are not glamorous come here. Well, those who think, and whose opuses these guys will read, will leave B. Solovyov or your current opponents who win the epaulettes of the war and consider the traitor Krasnov and the bandit Antonov national heroes who admire that Depardieu chose Russia as his place of residence. (Let me remind you, this man abandoned his homeland because of the dough), and thoughtlessly singing odes to Putin.
              No, we still fight for our boys.
            2. busido
              busido April 25 2013 21: 41
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              Quote: Aleksys2
              and thinking people

              How are you right, how are you right ..... The site turns into some kind of "flea market". For many, "plus minuses" have become important ..... Some questions can be resolved through a "personal", otherwise empty chatter sometimes It takes up half the space of comments. More essence, less creepy so it used to be, it should be so. Example. Write "Long live ....." the very first on hot topics and by the evening you are already a "captain"! Populism STE my friend, populism ...
              Quote: dmb
              No, we still fight for our boys.

              And here it is true. But even "authoritative" (in a good way) users and journalists have become callous ...
              Something needs to be changed .... and at the same time do not forget that "Do not retreat and do not give up" is always our principle!
        2. aviator46
          aviator46 April 25 2013 21: 57
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          Near Melitopol - the Germans captured 100 thousand of our soldiers.
          Under Uman - also 100 thousand of ours ...
          Near Kharkov - 250 thousand ...
          Near Smolensk - 300 thousand ...
          Near Bialystok and Minsk - 330 thousand.
          Near Vyazma, 600 thousand ...
          Near Kiev, 665 thousand of our soldiers fell into German captivity.

          And this is an incomplete list.
          1. Aleksys2
            Aleksys2 April 25 2013 22: 34
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            Quote: aviator46
            Near Kiev, 665 thousand of our soldiers fell into German captivity.

            According to the German command east of Kiev, 665 thousand prisoners of war were taken, while by the beginning of the Kiev defensive operation in the troops of the South-Western Front there were 627 thousand personnel, of which more than 150 thousand were operating without encirclement, and tens of thousands left the encirclement.
            Now the question is, why do you believe the Germans immediately and unconditionally? In 1943, in the Nazi leaflet “The Truth about Prisoners of War in German Captivity” and in the brochure “The War Is Over for Them”, they talked about “good treatment” of Soviet prisoners of war and called on soldiers and officers of the Red Army to go over to the German command. Would you believe the same right away?
          2. Snoop
            Snoop April 26 2013 20: 19
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            Often the Germans detained men of military age when they seized a settlement ... after checking them they were released ... but often they were included in statistics as prisoners of war. Look at the German photos of June-July, 41 of our prisoners of war ... a lot of guys and men in civilian clothes.
      4. zvereok
        zvereok April 25 2013 12: 25
        +2

        The Red Army = this is an amorphous mass without traditions and valor. On February 23, the notorious Red Guard was defeated by second-rate German troops. The Finnish war and the beginning of the Second World War showed the level of readiness of such an army. Whatever they say, but 5 million captured Red Army men is a huge indicator. And only after returning to the traditions of the Russian army in the 1943 year (the introduction of epaulettes, orders and medals with the name of the famous Russian military leaders) did real victories begin. But communism awaits only the dim-witted people who miss their master's hand. When they are told what to do and how to think, etc.


        Trotsky's repressions in the Red Army, coupled with the former Tsarist generals, allowed the Red Army to become combat-ready and break the white movement. Whatever you say, but without discipline, the army is a rabble that will scatter both with successful military operations and with unfavorable ones.

        I consider the boss in power and the responsibility of the authorities to someone as a necessary element of burning corruption. Now, power at all levels is completely irresponsible and is practically not afraid of anything (it may be afraid of a higher standing authority, but it can perfectly pervert the orders of the leadership, the editors not dangerous to themselves).

        The main achievement of the Red Army in the civil war is the preservation of territories. Recall that the same South was controlled by Georgia, right up to Sochi, with the support of the English Corps. There wouldn’t be a fighting Red Army, There wouldn’t be Russia in our present borders.
        1. zennon
          zennon April 25 2013 20: 13
          +1
          zvereok There would be no combat-ready Red Army, There would be no Russia in our6 present Borders.

          Well, of course it would not be in SUCH borders. It would be with the Crimea, Donbas, with the so-called "Northern Kazakhstan".
          However, I think that we will return everything, although not quickly, there is no political will!
  4. dikiybober
    dikiybober April 25 2013 10: 00
    +5
    In general, the idea of ​​"permanent revolution" seems to have once again found itself in the form of the "Arab Spring" everything is as usual ... but this time the Jews miscalculated. Its fruits will be used not by them, but by Iran ... The only way to prevent is to destroy Iran. But they cannot do this - because they will receive a nuclear strike on the continental states and on srail ... such is the dilemma smile and this situation was created by the "wise" Zionist strategists themselves ... No wonder Bobby Fischer talked about his fellow tribesmen, instead of trying to rule the world, they should have gone to a psychiatric hospital for examination ...
  5. dikiybober
    dikiybober April 25 2013 10: 05
    +1
    Quote: zvereok
    If it were not for his "disciplinary measures" and executions for the slightest offense and without it, the Red Army had no concept of discipline and the army would have been incapable of combat. Perhaps if these methods of Trotsky were brought into the fight against corruption, Communism would come.

    in fact, the Soviets were saved by the political genius of Blank (Ulyanov), it was his slogans that all power to the Soviets (workers', peasants' and soldiers' deputies), "land for workers and factories for peasants" ensured them victory then. If it were not for this talented demagogue and organizer (we must give him his due), the Left Socialist-Revolutionaries would have muddied the chosen nation with such a pogrom that the times of tsarism and the settled zone would seem to them like paradise ...
  6. unclevad
    unclevad April 25 2013 10: 05
    +7
    After reading this, you somehow rethink the role of Stalin.
  7. FunkschNNX
    FunkschNNX April 25 2013 10: 08
    +8
    All and sundry are teaching the Russian peasant (and the intellectual too) how to live correctly. Here's how people could go after them ??? Did someone naively believe that "children of watchmakers" would work for the good of the Russian (and any other) people?
    Although, if you rummage around, then the current rulers in a significant part will turn out to be the descendants of the same "children of watchmakers." If not themselves, then their wives for sure, as, for example, many prominent communists of the USSR. And people follow them and take up arms and kill their brothers, co-religionists, relatives :-(
  8. zennon
    zennon April 25 2013 10: 13
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    Everything is as always Zhidov's offspring. The executioners of the Russian people are now dressed up in the toga of dermokrats. And they also tell touching tales about the "Holocaust" that never happened. It's disgusting to look at this village ...
  9. AK44
    AK44 April 25 2013 10: 29
    +4
    It was a terrible time. And the people who gave birth to that time are terrible people. Millions of ruined human lives in the name of a bright future that never came, on their conscience. No world revolution is worth and will not justify the fact that Russia and its people had to go through.
  10. Slav
    Slav April 25 2013 11: 13
    +8
    Trotsky is a Jew, like his fellow adherents of the "world revolution", who hates everything Russian.
    Correctly do IP with him. Cruel, but fair.
  11. fzr1000
    fzr1000 April 25 2013 14: 15
    +4
    My grandfather went all the way to the NKPS (now the Ministry of Railways) from a railway engineer to a big boss (freight management). He said that the lettering Trotsky never slowed down in settlements, unless this was contrary to the safety of the composition itself (arrows, turns). And ordinary people used to often sit almost on the tracks and wait for a passing train to try to jump in the car and go about their business, as the trains ran irregularly, especially passenger ones. So many people died, though by their negligence, but Lev Davidovich was also not particularly shy.
  12. pinecone
    pinecone April 25 2013 15: 53
    +2
    As time has shown, the plan of the world kagala international was to destroy the Russian ruling class, liquidate private property, temporarily nationalize land, natural resources and means of production in order to subsequently establish the so-called "democratic" regime in the country, carry out "privatization" and divide all this inheritance among their own.
  13. GEO
    GEO April 25 2013 20: 07
    0
    History repeats itself ... And now the Zhydolibusters are likewise conducting subversive work against our Motherland. Aloizych was not so wrong ...
    1. Rider
      Rider April 25 2013 21: 03
      +1
      Quote: GEO
      Aloizych was not so wrong ..


      and 22 06 41, was he also not so wrong?
      1. GEO
        GEO April 25 2013 21: 22
        +1
        You perfectly understand that I do not mean war ...
        1. Rider
          Rider April 26 2013 09: 04
          0
          so I do not war.

          have you heard anything about
          "Master Plan Ost"?
  14. GEO
    GEO April 25 2013 20: 10
    +2
    Quote: zennon
    Everything is as always Zhidov's offspring. The executioners of the Russian people are now dressed up in the toga of dermokrats. And they also tell touching tales about the "Holocaust" that never happened. It's disgusting to look at this village ...

    Zhyda is such a vile offspring that even in the so-called Holocaust they make their gesheft ...
    1. zennon
      zennon April 25 2013 20: 18
      +2
      So he thought for this! To persecute the Germans and at the same time to milk them. No, it's done elegantly, but what's next? There are fewer idiots who believe in the idiotic tale about the "Holocaust." The bubble of the greatest lie will soon burst ...
  15. shpuntik
    shpuntik April 25 2013 21: 08
    +6
    Russians need to unite. In this it is possible and necessary to take an example from other peoples, from the same Jews and Muslims. For them, a brother of the same faith. And, we have so far departed from the faith that it is normal to "stuff each other in the face" in a tavern. A Christian must fulfill the commandments, and then the Orthodox will be a brother to the Orthodox. Here are our rockets, rockets of the Russian spirit:
    1. GEO
      GEO April 25 2013 21: 23
      +3
      Sput's expectations were negative ...
  16. berimor
    berimor April 25 2013 22: 11
    +3
    Isn't it really how similar the current scheme for the destruction of Russia and Ukraine is! All the same foreign people, the same corrupt intelligentsia, the same fifth column, under the banner of democratic transformations, are striving to ruin our statehood, our spirituality, not disdaining any means.