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Letter to Soviet Communists

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Dear Soviet Communists!


I am not authorized to speak for everyone, because, quite possibly, someone in the USSR lacked bandits, prostitutes, cops-executioners, unemployment, corrupt officials, terrorist acts, inflation, ethnic conflicts, refugees, paid education and paid medicine, stupid serials and incompetent pop music on TV, churches, mosques and synagogues, drug addiction, pedophiles, Ksyusha Sobchak, Courchevel for some and dumps for others, defaults and economic crises, monetization of conscience and capitalization of humanity.

I can only speak for myself. Because personally, I did not need all of the above.

Between us, not everything worked out well for you, but something did it through the ass or not at all, but looking at what happened after you left, I have no more complaints about you. I officially declare that I was shooting them all that I had then. Because all the bad things that happened with you, it remained with us, it only increased and increased many times. And even your “our dear Leonid Ilyich” mumbled now is nicer to me than Dmitry Anatolyevich vigorous - then the first one fought, raised virgin lands and built cities, factories and BAM, and the second ate a hamburger and got an I-background on the ball. He also has all the records of the group "Deep Purple". That is, in fact, all that he has done in his life - and why he rules the Russian people, I, for the life of me, do not understand. And the CPSU, with all that little left of Lenin’s party, seems to be some kind of Areopagus of wise men and highly moral personalities - if you look at United Russia (yes, and I’m not going to talk about “ours” and about ” young guard "? because besides the mat about them, I can not write anything at all). Unfortunately, but everything that I wrote in the first lines of my letter to you was added.

But the good that was with you was no more and never will be.

So thank you for being. For the smile of Yuri Gagarin, for the red flag over Berlin, for the Soviet Army, equipped with first-class tanks and airplanes, for the belief that no one will ever attack my country, because they will get so little that it will seem, for atomic icebreakers, for keeping the great Russian classical culture - and the culture of other peoples of the Union - from vulgarity and laws of the market, for science, for observatories, for synchrophasotrons, for the journal “Astronomical calendar of a schoolboy” at the price of five cents and the magazine “Quant” at the price of ten cents, which my not-so-rich mother wrote out for the mountains of the North Caucasus, on which one could relax and ski without a fight I want to get a bullet from a bearded fanatic, for the free radio circle in which I assembled my first transistor receiver, for the doctors who performed the operation on my little daughter’s eyes for free, for the pride of the immensity of the country in which we live, because we were all our own - Russians, Ukrainians, Azerbaijanis, Armenians, Jews, Chukchi and another 150 different nations and nationalities, for an awesome feeling of equality between people - a thing that simply cannot be understood by those who did not live then.

And the most important thing is for the fact that we, as if not mowing down at times, built the best and most humane system in stories. If not for myself, then for our children. But not only for ours, by the way.

Now only either become a ghoul-bourgeois and suck the blood out of their workers - or the official parasite. This is the horizon of a dream that remains for us and the next generations.

Dirty, everything has become without you, dear Soviet communists, very dreadfully. And, most importantly, it will obviously be even trash. It is this period without you that showed that when everything “comes to life” the problems begin seriously - the authorities will run away. Like rats. Because they have where to run. That our country is generally not intended to live in it to the common man. Let it be modest. As with you.

That's all that I would like to tell you, comrades Soviet communists. Wherever you are, I hope you hear me.

Yours faithfully,
Alexander Kommari, 1 / 260 is the millionth part of the former Soviet people.


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  1. smel
    smel 18 May 2013 15: 39 New
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    There is nothing to add.
    1. AlexTarov
      AlexTarov 18 May 2013 15: 54 New
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      Yes, there’s nothing to add here ...
      1. Nicholas C.
        Nicholas C. 18 May 2013 16: 07 New
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        There is always something to add. But to argue the position is enough. Against the backdrop of modern gay-juvenile-efficient managers, the article adds fresh air.
      2. Vadivak
        Vadivak 18 May 2013 17: 33 New
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        Quote: AlexTarov
        Yes, there’s nothing to add here ...


        I will add,
        Messieurs communists sneaked socialism and not ordinary people betrayed it, and those party people who were closer to the feeder and now rule us spit everywhere - the former communist repainted in ER-SR so if it were a pity I wouldn’t spare all the mercenary-Judas


        1. AlexTarov
          AlexTarov 18 May 2013 18: 41 New
          26
          Who is Gorbachev a communist? You don’t need all to fit one comb. If Judah-Gorbachev had a party card, it does not mean that he was a communist in spirit, like his Lisobludish circle. And the late USSR with the Soviet socialist system has little in common - it has been poisoned for several years by the West, led by the United States. And about "wherever you spit - the former communist repainted" - so now more reproductive crime in power structures and business, rather than communists.
          1. Vadivak
            Vadivak 18 May 2013 19: 08 New
            10
            Quote: AlexTarov
            Who is Gorbachev a communist? You don’t need all to fit one comb. If Judah-Gorbachev had a party card, it does not mean that he was a communist


            Now everyone began to understand who is Judas and who is not, from the height of those who lived, so to speak, but then it turns out that the real communists did not go to the party

            Quote: AlexTarov
            so now crime repainted in power structures and business,


            Is this Medvedev crime with his party card? the first secretary of the Krasnogvardeisky district committee of the CPSU of the city of Leningrad Shepetovskaya Matvienko still went wherever
            1. AlexTarov
              AlexTarov 18 May 2013 19: 45 New
              +8
              Now everyone began to understand who is Judas and who is not, from the height of those who lived, so to speak, but then it turns out that the real communists did not go to the party

              Then also understood - I assure you. People were far more stupid than the current generation. Another thing is that over time, the result of the tragedy strikes harder, and therefore the indignation increases. And in the party of real communists, in all conscience, there were plenty - on the ground, in the regions, in small towns, on state collective farms. If ki calling themselves communists are concentrated in Moscow, this does not mean that the whole system was like that. By the way - there was also a bet - to compromise the socialist system with the deeds of the "pseudo-communists".
              Is this Medvedev crime with his party card? the first secretary of the Krasnogvardeisky district committee of the CPSU of the city of Leningrad Shepetovskaya Matvienko still went wherever

              Medvedev is a generally ambiguous figure. But he was 65 years old, and at the time of the death of the USSR he was 26 years old - he was definitely not a communist and did not want to be one. But his current environment and the people whose interests he is lobbying for are another matter.
              1. Vadivak
                Vadivak 18 May 2013 20: 11 New
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                Quote: AlexTarov
                Medvedev is a generally ambiguous figure. But he is 65 years old, and at the time of the death of the USSR he was 26 years old - he is definitely not a communist


                At the university, D. A. Medvedev joined the party, remained a member of the CPSU until August 1991.

                And it’s not me who invented


                1. AlexTarov
                  AlexTarov 18 May 2013 20: 51 New
                  +7
                  At the university, D. A. Medvedev joined the party, remained a member of the CPSU until August 1991.

                  I know - he had a party card. I mean that he was not an ideological communist. He is already from another deck. When a party card was handed to him, socialism was already foreign to him.
                  1. YuDDP
                    YuDDP 18 May 2013 22: 33 New
                    +5
                    Quote: AlexTarov
                    I'm talking about being an ideological communist

                    I am 59 years old. And somehow I haven’t come across a single ideological communist for all those years on my life path. Everything is the same as now: if you want to get to the feeder, if you want career growth, join the CPSU.
                    Another question is that the official ideology of the party and state was then aimed at the social development of society and it was impossible to move away from it (and this is good). And now there is no such ideology, and the current members of the CPSU, sorry — United Russia, are actively working for themselves, and not for the masses.
                    But there were none ideological then, there are none even now.
                    ___
                    Anticipating the minusers: maybe I lived at the wrong time and in the wrong place again?
                    1. YuDDP
                      YuDDP 18 May 2013 22: 57 New
                      +1
                      Here they are - ideological:
                      1. nickname 1 and 2
                        nickname 1 and 2 19 May 2013 21: 23 New
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                        Quote: YuDDP
                        Here they are - ideological:



                        THESE O.B.O.S.P.A.

                        And HERE = Glory to the people, the great people of the USSR!
                        PEOPLE WHICH, contrary to all the efforts of the sales communists, lived the great way, created, created, plowed like a horse, loved it, didn’t, did it, defeated him, he was completely unhappy!
                        GLORY! GLORY! GLORY!

                        What about the communists?

                        And the Communists have long fallen, in the fateful struggle!
                        And THESE swindlers are well-disguised liars and hypocrites!
                        You can’t say one thing in the kitchen and another = long on the podium!

                        Of the real Communists accidentally preserved, those units that shot themselves in the collapse of the USSR!
                    2. AlexTarov
                      AlexTarov 19 May 2013 06: 13 New
                      +8
                      I am 59 years old. And somehow I haven’t come across a single ideological communist for all those years on my life path. Everything is the same as now: if you want to get to the feeder, if you want career growth, join the CPSU.

                      You simply were not lucky, and in my life I met a lot of good and disinterested people with party cards, serving not for access to the feeder, but for conscience. And there were more. I didn’t watch your video - there’s no reason, but I repeat - you shouldn’t judge the system and people by individuals. And career growth is not at all bad, even with a membership card, even without.
                    3. Was mammoth
                      Was mammoth 19 May 2013 08: 53 New
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                      Quote: YuDDP

                      I am 59 years old. And somehow I haven’t come across a single ideological communist for all those years on my life path

                      And I'm the 55th. At home, my fathers kept a party card and a decrepit crust with the inscription "VKP (b)." He was a true Communist. And there were a lot of people like him. Only in power were careerists and traitors like Yeltsin, Gorbachev and other Judas. Real communists lived, created, built and died for a bright idea.
                    4. SASCHAmIXEEW
                      SASCHAmIXEEW 19 May 2013 09: 17 New
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                      I’m 47 years old, I wasn’t in the party, although I was called to the Army! But I tell you, what is an “ideological communist”? In my opinion, this is a simple, conscientious person, living according to God's commandments and that’s all! And there were and there are MOST of those in our country !!!! And the code of the builder of communism has been written off, who remembers the 10 commandments !!!
                    5. nickname 1 and 2
                      nickname 1 and 2 19 May 2013 13: 27 New
                      +2
                      Quote: YuDDP
                      I am 59 years old. And somehow I haven’t come across a single ideological communist for all those years on my life path.


                      But I’ve met since the 45th, not that I haven’t met, more than that — I heard about them! They were but very modest.
                      Or - subtle.
                      Ideological = it is rather: an alien! After all, the ideological should charge with its idea, but it did not work to charge! Heroic everyday life was not enough. And not heroic REALITIES was in bulk!
                      Cold showers:: There would be completely different opinions if our shuttles hadn’t hauled in goods, and the states and geyrop had not brought in products. That they would hold on a starvation diet for a year, two ......!

                      Mistake came out! (by the way, about the birds ..... and they do not all work out smoothly)
                    6. de_monSher
                      de_monSher 21 May 2013 17: 42 New
                      +2
                      My Father - was an ideological communist, and it remains, thank God ... and an ideological one was in bulk ... When all this mess, with the collapse began, left the "active" life, built a house by the river, started a garden, a garden, a pond, and with the motto - "You children, choke up capitalism, and if you get tired - come to me, I will always be glad when you are there," lives and receives a bunch of guests ...

                      In general, in the beginning, in the mid-90s, I tried to argue with him, like - "communism, this is certainly good, but we must live and work ... for the good ...", in response I received - "For the good of what and whom? For the good of yourself, and a handful of chosen people, your circle, right? And for the rest, do not care from the high bell tower?". I tried to log in, saying that so and so, people are so arranged that always live only for the good of themselves and their inner circle, which invariably received one single argument - "Life, for the sake of life, - kills people, people in us. We need to live for the sake of an idea - but it doesn’t remain. Just an idea, that's why it’s good that the first idea immediately creates a new one. .. for her one more and so on ad infinitum. And when you live for the sake of living, life very quickly becomes fresh and tasteless, and porridge and nonsense appear in the head. " In general, then, over time, I began to better understand what he wanted to say then - an example of the West, before everyone's eyes. West is an example life for life, without an idea ... Someone probably likes this way of life, not a question ... a matter of taste. Simply, such a way of life unambiguously leads to disaster. As for an individual, a person wears out very quickly (he observed this when he lived in the USA. A very striking example is that 90 percent of the population doesn’t need anything. 5 percent of the population are active, but they quickly “fizzle out” and die out or turn into “nonhumans”), so to the public - a bunch of individual universes, with fluid bridges between them, in the form of "legal formation of relations between individuals." I don’t know, I don’t know ... I don’t see in such a relationship, not a gram of humanity ...

                      So that's about it ...
                2. Combitor
                  Combitor 19 May 2013 02: 16 New
                  +9
                  In the article, a mistake, certainly not Medvedev, precisely rules the Russian people. Medvedev is the one whom Putin first appointed president instead of himself, to preserve the chair for four years, and then appointed prime minister. Or again, all the bribes from Putin are smooth and he is not to blame for anything?
                  And so, the article is correct. I myself lived and THAT TIME and I understand perfectly well that we lost and prosrali.
                  1. nickname 1 and 2
                    nickname 1 and 2 19 May 2013 14: 42 New
                    +1
                    Quote: Kombitor
                    I myself lived and THAT TIME and I understand perfectly well that we lost and prosrali.


                    Lived at the time where? How? if the mother (or) mother-in-law was a BASIS BASIS or a merchandiser in the Central Department Store (and all the difficide is under you, then YES).

                    It is NECESSARY to think about this:
                    the fall of the USSR and the birth of new technologies for growing vegetables and combine harvesters for grains - a happy coincidence (for someone, but not for those)
                    The fact that the USSR fed a lot of “loyal fighters for socialism” is no secret (the USSR itself didn’t give it to its own), THESE BEING SUPPORTED BY THE USSR FROM DISPOSAL, WON'T GET A YEAR TWO PRODUCTS! But with the products it became easier in the world and fatteners did not notice the loss of the breadwinner!
                    1. Vadivak
                      Vadivak 19 May 2013 14: 57 New
                      +2
                      Quote: nick 1 and 2
                      The fact that the USSR fed a lot of "loyal fighters for socialism" is no secret (the USSR itself didn’t give its own)


                      And how much money was swollen in Arabs whom the Jews beat and beat, how many fed the Communist Parties of all African cannibals? How many guys lost in Afghanistan for a handful of Afghan "comrades"? Duri was unmeasured
                      1. nickname 1 and 2
                        nickname 1 and 2 19 May 2013 19: 57 New
                        -5
                        Quote: Vadivak
                        Duri was unmeasured


                        And the time of Stalin was sheer foppiness more than concern for the people. And Khrushchev is a clown.
                        How could you assign prod obyazalovka, how could you bring people to the point that the villagers began to feed BREAD on cows? How to buy eggs, milk from neighbors to donate to the state?

                        The people have achieved success, the people pulled everything out on their belly button despite wise leadership!
                        Who led the country QUESTION? Not the Communist Party - for sure!
                        Have you ruled the country ?????????????????? but covered the CPSU!
                    2. lucidlook
                      lucidlook 19 May 2013 17: 06 New
                      +2
                      Beginning with Khrushchev, governing the country followed an extensive path. This can be estimated at least by the level of investment in fixed assets or (indirectly) by the country's gold reserves.

                      The appearance of thieves ties against the backdrop of a deficit is the result of a lost ideological struggle with the rotten west, which, under the guise of the "American dream," slipped perverted values ​​from the series "the man of labor does not deserve any respect."
              2. SASCHAmIXEEW
                SASCHAmIXEEW 19 May 2013 09: 05 New
                +1
                He’s definitely not a communist, he’s a Jew, they say. And if he was circumcised on the 8th day, he was definitely programmed to do the will of the Zionist lobby in “ours”, rather in “their” government, so that “THEY” would live better in OUR RUSSIA than WE, RUSSIAN PEOPLE !!!
          2. Committee
            Committee 18 May 2013 20: 52 New
            -5
            Gorbachev is a conductor of the will of the Andropov clan, so what were you waiting for ?! It’s still happiness that everything is so, but it could have been much, much worse!
            1. SASCHAmIXEEW
              SASCHAmIXEEW 19 May 2013 09: 24 New
              +1
              “It could have been” yes, it could have been from the beginning, and then it would have become worse for those who got us into it, but they were lucky! They went according to their scenario and they all captured without blood !!! Now the question is how to fix everything without blood ???
              1. nickname 1 and 2
                nickname 1 and 2 19 May 2013 16: 08 New
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                Quote: SASCHAmIXEEW
                Now the question is how to fix everything without blood ???


                Yes easily! You just need to find, understand, come up = WHAT TO CHANGE? And then like clockwork!

                If only it wasn’t for soap! And the one that did not begin to revive.
          3. DPN
            DPN 18 May 2013 21: 46 New
            +7
            I completely agree with you in power mainly in crime, some of which sat down in the late 90s, and what’s smarter went to power. In every region of Russia there are local people who know this, so you don’t have to blame everything on the Communists.
            Nemtsov, for example, became the youngest governor, for holding an offended, and in the future, a drunken eBN, now he became an offended oppositionist having lost power.
        2. derik1970
          derik1970 18 May 2013 18: 58 New
          +4
          Quite rightly said !!! There are no words.
        3. dddym
          dddym 18 May 2013 19: 36 New
          23
          Come on first - the communists built this socialism. And forgive us forgive ourselves - together, when the State Emergency Committee was bombed, when the White House was smashed. When for the sake of rags we decided - we will starve, but we will go branded in rags, when we were allowed to plunder the country with vouchers, when dollars became the permitted currency, when we voted for Yeltsin and Gorbachev. My father was a communist - an ideological communist - he didn’t waste anything. Too much money was spent to overthrow the Communists, and too much who worked that money.
          1. Vadivak
            Vadivak 18 May 2013 20: 21 New
            +8
            Quote: dddym
            And forgive us forgive ourselves - together, when the State Emergency Committee was bombed, when the White House was smashed.



            Sorry, but I didn’t take the oath of military authority and did not support Yeltsin
            Quote: dddym
            Too much money was spent to overthrow the communists


            Come on, Valery Boldin, once one of the closest people to Gorbachev, and maybe just the closest in the apparatus, demonstrated one striking material evidence during interrogations in the GKChP case in 1991. Gorbachev’s checks for 100 thousand US dollars received in 1991 from the President of South Korea, Ro Dae U. 100 thousand dollars registered checks.

            However, to whom and a hundred thousand bucks for the national happiness is a fantastic amount
            And by and large, the senile country missed in 1979 when they trampled into Afghanistan, Brzezinski didn’t die for joy in the USA, he promised to "give their own Vietnam to the councils" and gave, although intelligence had warned, but the party said it was necessary ....

            And in general, with the departure of Stalin, the construction of socialism at the top quietly came to naught.


            1. dddym
              dddym 18 May 2013 20: 31 New
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              Imagine the same :)

              As a citizen of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, joining the Armed Forces, I take the Oath and solemnly swear: to be an honest, brave, disciplined, vigilant warrior, to strictly keep military and state secrets, to unquestioningly comply with all military charters and orders of commanders and commanders
              I swear to conscientiously study military affairs, to cherish military and national property in every way, and to the last breath to be devoted to my People, my Soviet Motherland and the Soviet Government.
              I am always ready, on the orders of the Soviet Government, to defend my Homeland - the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and, as a warrior of the Armed Forces, I swear to defend it courageously, skillfully, with dignity and honor, not sparing my blood and life itself to achieve a complete victory over enemies .
              If I break my solemn oath, then let me suffer the harsh punishment of Soviet law, the universal hatred and contempt of the Soviet people.
              1. albai
                albai 18 May 2013 21: 04 New
                +5
                In the same way, I took the oath only once. On the parade ground in KDVO.
            2. T-73
              T-73 19 May 2013 13: 04 New
              +3
              And here is the oath. They swear primarily to the Motherland. I swore in 1992 that now I should be a member of the Yeltsinists or Chubais? Or do you now consider yourself free from the oath?
              1. aviamed90
                aviamed90 19 May 2013 13: 48 New
                +1
                T-73

                You're not right. The oath here, just, and.
                Because in the event of a turmoil (civil massacre) you will not be able to be charged with betraying the interests of the state (because you did not swear allegiance to him, despite your citizenship). If you swore allegiance to the USSR and serve the Russian Federation, then this is a purely contractual relationship from the point of view of law. So, this is a purely legal, but very important "squiggle."
                Of course, you can say that the Russian Federation is the legal successor of the USSR. To this I will answer you - but, at the same time, they asked me? I took the oath of the USSR and the point! And the second time I didn’t take the oath (of the Russian Federation), but served under the contract (i.e., the Russian Federation hired me).
                For example, in Ukraine, everyone pledged (even forced pensioners) to be loyal to the "Fatherland".

                “I, a citizen of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, entering the ranks of the Armed Forces, take the oath and solemnly swear to be an honest, brave, disciplined, vigilant warrior, strictly keep military and state secrets, unquestioningly comply with all military regulations and orders of commanders and commanders.

                I swear to conscientiously study military affairs, to protect military and national property in every possible way and to be loyal to my People, my Soviet Homeland and the Soviet Government until the last breath.

                I am always ready, by order of the Soviet Government, to defend my Homeland - the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and, as a warrior of the Armed Forces, I swear to defend it courageously, skillfully, with dignity and honor, not sparing my blood and life itself to achieve a complete victory over enemies .

                If I violate my solemn oath, then let me suffer the harsh punishment of Soviet law, the general hatred and contempt of the Soviet people. "

                Find here a mention of the Russian Federation?

                In your case, you swore allegiance to the Russian Federation. And from the point of view of the law are obliged to be responsible for its implementation to the Russian Federation.
              2. albai
                albai 19 May 2013 21: 19 New
                +4
                For me, the USSR was and remains the Motherland. I don’t know another Power!
          2. korm-yurii
            korm-yurii 18 May 2013 21: 09 New
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            In a referendum, I voted for the Soviet Union, as did many of us in all republics. It was Yeltsin who called immediately to the old Bush from the forest: "The Soviet Union ceased to exist."
        4. starshina78
          starshina78 18 May 2013 21: 48 New
          +7
          I completely agree with the author’s words, but I don’t have been so categorical with respect to all members of the CPSU, who, supposedly, were closer to the feeder and “passed socialism”. Remember the failed coup attempt, didn’t the Communists from the Central Committee of the CPSU participate in it? Not everyone agreed with Gorbachev and his policy of openness and publicity, which led to the death of the USSR. Yeltsin had nothing to forgive at the 19th party conference, when he swore allegiance to communist ideals and socialism, and he kept a stone in his bosom. Gorbachev and his associates in the person of Shervanadze, Yakovlev and others, are guilty of what happened. And no one else.
          1. Tverichanka
            Tverichanka 18 May 2013 23: 44 New
            +4
            Quote: starshina78
            the putsch, didn’t the Communists from the Central Committee of the CPSU participate in it?

            Excuse me, but you are mistaken, perhaps quite sincerely. Get acquainted with the materials on the State Emergency Committee. Not with the propaganda of the liberals, but with the memoirs of Kryuchkov at least ... Why didn’t they have the determination to act, and not just sit in front of the cameras? that moment was there. The army, the police .... And how did it end? They vied with themselves, who had time to rush to the same Gorbachev in Foros. Because none of them sat down, it was all (as it were, to put it mildly) a kind of staging . Planned with the consent of the same Gorbachev.
            1. nickname 1 and 2
              nickname 1 and 2 19 May 2013 23: 04 New
              0
              Quote: Tverichanka
              it was (as it were, to put it mildly) a certain statement. It was planned with the consent of the same Gorbachev.


              Why, why did PUGO shoot himself ???

              Quote: Tverichanka
              and with Kryuchkov’s memories at least


              What for? I remember everything myself.
        5. Apologet.Ru
          Apologet.Ru 19 May 2013 15: 45 New
          -2
          The Social Democrats (b) first in London (!) For the money of “simple” English Samaritans organize their party (2 congress of the RSDLP - 17 (30) of July - 10 (23) of August 1903), and then they supported the defeat of Russia for the next tranches during the Russo-Japanese War, they organized revolutionary terrorism in the country, killing and maiming from 1901 to 1911 a year about 17 thousand people (of which 9 thousand during the 1905-1907 revolution, in 1907 a year, an average of up to 18 people died every day) . And then, after a short break, according to the plan of Alexander Lvovich Parvus (Israel Lazarevich Gelfand) according to the “Memorial of Dr. Gelfand”, for the money of the German (and not only ...) government, comrade the Bolsheviks organized the October Revolution, smoothly flowing into the fratricidal Civil War. Thus having arranged, “the day before the Victory,” the defeat of the country in the First World War and having deleted from the memory of the people of 5 the millions of dead Russian soldiers.
          Ditching the color of the nation in the Civil War - more than 10 million people died and died during epidemics, more than 4 million people became disabled and more than 2 million people emigrated to other countries. And, having destroyed the country “to the ground” - more than a quarter of national wealth was lost, national income decreased by 2,75 times compared to 1917, the gross output of small industry dropped to 43% of the pre-war level, gross grain harvest to 67%, metal processing products amounted to 7% of the 1913 level, pig iron production a little more than 2%, due to the lack of fuel and raw materials, most enterprises were idle, railways carried out no more than 12% of the 1913 transportation volume, mail and communication practically did not work - com unisty with damaged control system, but "with burning eyes" took the people "to a brighter future," which decided to build his own, people, hands.
          And since they didn’t promise to feed on the way, then on the way they “lost” another 5 million from starvation in 1920-21. and more than 7 million people in 1932-33
        6. Apologet.Ru
          Apologet.Ru 19 May 2013 15: 50 New
          -1
          The Social Democrats (b) first in London (!) For the money of “simple” English Samaritans organize their party (2 congress of the RSDLP - 17 (30) of July - 10 (23) of August 1903), and then they supported the defeat of Russia for the next tranches during the Russo-Japanese War, they organized revolutionary terrorism in the country, killing and maiming from 1901 to 1911 a year about 17 thousand people (of which 9 thousand during the 1905-1907 revolution, in 1907 a year, an average of up to 18 people died every day) . And then, after a short break, according to the plan of Alexander Lvovich Parvus (Israel Lazarevich Gelfand) according to the “Memorial of Dr. Gelfand”, for the money of the German (and not only ...) government, comrade the Bolsheviks organized the October Revolution, smoothly flowing into the fratricidal Civil War. Thus having arranged, “the day before the Victory,” the defeat of the country in the First World War and having deleted from the memory of the people of 5 the millions of dead Russian soldiers.
          Ditching the color of the nation in the Civil War - more than 10 million people died and died during epidemics, more than 4 million people became disabled and more than 2 million people emigrated to other countries. And, having destroyed the country “to the ground” - more than a quarter of national wealth was lost, national income decreased by 2,75 times compared to 1917, the gross output of small industry dropped to 43% of the pre-war level, gross grain harvest to 67%, metal processing products amounted to 7% of the 1913 level, pig iron production a little more than 2%, due to the lack of fuel and raw materials, most enterprises were idle, railways carried out no more than 12% of the 1913 transportation volume, mail and communication practically did not work - com unisty with damaged control system, but "with burning eyes" took the people "to a brighter future," which decided to build his own, people, hands.
          And since they didn’t promise to feed on the way, then on the way they “lost” another 5 million from starvation in 1920-21. and more than 7 million people in 1932-33
          1. dddym
            dddym 19 May 2013 16: 49 New
            +1
            you throw up very interesting fried facts, well then you will voice others: the Russian population of the RSFSR 1991 118834 is about thousand Russian population according to the census of 2011 Russian population of the Russian Federation (despite the fact that many fled from the republics and including those who accepted Russian citizenship abroad 111mln as a result, we lost only Russian 8 million (in reality, these figures are even worse, because if we count the return of Russians to Russia who could not stay where they lived, then all 30 million will come out). about "Russians" of all, including foreign, 142856536 is registered and in 1991 (only RSFSR) 148543ty. Average life expectancy in 1970 year 70-71 year today (forgot about 90 because honestly - you can compare with revolutionary Russia) by unesco 64,4 years old Thus, we weren’t even aware of what was a big evil, and if we are talking about money, you can even imagine how much money these Gorbachevs, Yeltsins, etc. were bought for. destroyers of communism?
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        8. Apologet.Ru
          Apologet.Ru 19 May 2013 15: 53 New
          -1
          And I ask the question, why and who needed all this? If after 74 of the year we were back in ... well, in the same place, like the 17 and 21-23 years?
          Most of all in this story, Muscovites surprise me. At first, they, with selfless foolishness, oppose the state of emergency for the collapse of the Union, then they act as funny extras for the Western media during the execution of the White House tanks, supporting Benya Yeltsin. Then with the same childlike directness they oppose him, accusing him of all mortal sins. Now, with the same self-denial and sacrifice in their eyes, they are opposing Putin, the Russian government and parliament. M-d, "Russia cannot be understood by the mind" ...
          One thing is clear - the Communists took the empire that hundreds of generations of our ancestors created (by the way, 7521 is now coming from the Creation of the World) led by the tsars they hate (for minuscule people, put the full title of the Russian emperor and note what remains of this!) destroyed millions of RUSSIAN people, betrayed the allies, and now they again want power. For 20 years, the former MEMBERS of the Communist Party - the current "slaves in the galleys" - shit-managers, led by Yeltsin, Putin, Medvedev & K, rob Russia and build developed capitalism in individual FAMILIES. Maybe enough of the 74-year “revolutionary” experiments on Russia and the 22-year “democratic” experiments on its peoples ?! I am sure of one thing - only the return of the AUTHORITY-MONARCHY-TESTED INSTITUTE TESTED FOR CENTURIES will save Russia!
        9. Oleg14774
          Oleg14774 20 May 2013 21: 18 New
          +1
          To the point, Comrade!
    2. washi
      washi 18 May 2013 16: 15 New
      -53
      There is always add.
      Who was at the construction sites? And who was on business trips? Do not call the Communists horrible.
      The Leninist party was once divided into Bolsheviks and Mensheviks. Who remembers the reasons?
      Then the Leninist Party was divided into Trotskyists, Zinovievites, Bukharinets. Who knows the causes of contention?
      Most of those who left comments do not understand what they are writing about.
      The article is a big r ...
      1. aviamed90
        aviamed90 18 May 2013 16: 22 New
        +8
        Vasya

        I don’t even know whether to “plus” your comment or “minus”.
        And the article is good - in vain you are so!
      2. Iraclius
        Iraclius 18 May 2013 16: 30 New
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        And I boldly put the “minus” Vasya. And I’ll explain why - the author doesn’t give a damn about Trotskyites, Zinovievts, Bukharintsev and all that trash that has never been translated. He writes about the fact that in the USSR there were more decent people in power than there were scoundrels. Until the very last moment, while the balance was not violated, not without the help of ghouls from behind the hill. And therefore, decent, honest people lived well in the USSR. There was a field for honest work and creativity. Thanks to the author for the kind words.
        1. washi
          washi 18 May 2013 16: 47 New
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          If there were more decent people under power, then the USSR would live and prosper. Ordinary workers, peasants, engineers were for the prosperity of the country. Because they knew that the richer the country, the better for their families. Salaries increased. Prices went down. Well, temporarily there were not enough goods for the people, but factories were being built, houses were being built (for relocation from the barracks). And in England there were still food cards.
          1. Che
            Che 18 May 2013 16: 56 New
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            The article is certainly huge +. What is happening now is a bad dream (according to Turgenev). How to get rid of it now? The cunning Angles work very subtly, by the way their work against Russia did not stop even for a minute.
            1. Dimok
              Dimok 18 May 2013 21: 05 New
              +5
              The trait of the Russian man is to blame the Angles, Saxons, Jews, but not himself.
              We pissed off the country, and pissed it off by the fact that when the authorities harked at our faces, the people simply wiped themselves out and went into a market economy. Like in 1996, when Yeltsin won miraculously
              1. SASCHAmIXEEW
                SASCHAmIXEEW 19 May 2013 10: 00 New
                +1
                A TAMPERED people were led into the temptation of a sweet life, and is it his fault? It was necessary to continue the work of Stalin and to kill the lives of the Zionists! They destroyed the USSR !!! The struggle of Zion has been going on for centuries with the whole world !!! And so he won with us so far! But I think we can handle it !!!!
          2. Iraclius
            Iraclius 18 May 2013 17: 13 New
            +5
            Vasya:
            Read my post carefully again. I wrote "while the balance was maintained."
            I recommend an article to everyone interested "Elite groups, their emergence and evolution". There is a wonderful mathematical model that describes various scenarios of the behavior of elite groups. Quote:
            Let us again turn to the Nomenclature of the Administrative System with its mechanism “applicant - recommender”, but now we will take into account another aspect of their relationship - personal. In A. Beck’s novel, there’s a nomination for the post of minister. The recommender is Onisimov going up to the rise. “Onisimov chose Cichony; he was capable. But not only. He was the most complaisant, the most obedient among the capable. Therefore, the very first cycle of personnel changes in the System takes into account not only business, but also personal diligence, devotion, complaisance. However, after all, Stalin himself saved Onisimov from repressions and appointed him People's Commissar precisely taking into account personal devotion. Personal diligence in the Administrative System merges with personal devotion inextricably “(G. Popov). The next step, as we know, will worsen the group and lengthen, as we see, the chain of informal ties in it. We emphasize: informal. By formal ties, a system organized as a pyramid with the Boss at the top is already densely stitched through and through. Thanks to these ties, a hierarchically organized leadership should look like a coalition, but there are two processes going on from step to step - the degradation of business qualities and the strengthening of personal interdependence, which sometimes erodes formal ties. As a result, nomenclature, ceasing to be an elite, can become a clique.

            I allow myself to hypothesize: degrading elite groups, ending evolution, turn into very stable cliques. Stability, as is known, is generally characteristic of systems with negative feedback. Test this hypothesis, to sociologists.


            This work explains the stalemate and staff shortage that has developed in modern Russia and the late USSR.
            We read and draw conclusions.
            Link: http://aftershock.su/?q=node/6095
            1. washi
              washi 1 June 2013 18: 50 New
              +2
              And V. Stalin did not pay attention to personal devotion. He was interested in business qualities. Especially during the war. But I agree with this comment. Because Stalin was kind and gullible. He believed Khrushchev when he “renounced” Trotskyism. He believed the military after the purges 37 - the result of the defeat 41 (I had to introduce commissars and reassign special departments again to the NKVD). I feel sorry for Stalin, like Putin
              1. fatty
                fatty 10 June 2013 19: 01 New
                -1
                quite right, Vasya, I’m talking about the same thing.I.V. Stalin, he is a dzhugashvili, he is a worthy person., and for me, a great one. I hate the communists, filthy, and hitherto thieves today
          3. Bezarius
            Bezarius 18 May 2013 17: 21 New
            +7
            History does not know the subjunctive mood. But we can compare what happened and what is.
            1. ole
              ole 18 May 2013 20: 23 New
              +1
              The article class, catches, I can add this:

              The head of the enterprise shot his subordinate in the Vologda Oblast in the head. The suspect was put on the wanted list.


              The incident happened on May 13 at one of the bases for the production of materials for road construction in the village of Irdomatka, Cherepovets district. There was a conflict between the director of the enterprise and one of the employees. A 28-year-old man shot his subordinate. A bullet hit the head. The 31-year-old victim was taken to the hospital, according to IA SeverInform, citing the press service of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Vologda Oblast.


              The attacker has disappeared from the scene of the crime, now they are looking for him. A criminal case has been instituted on the fact of the incident.
          4. SASCHAmIXEEW
            SASCHAmIXEEW 19 May 2013 09: 41 New
            +1
            The deficit was included in the plans of 5 collons led from abroad! The Zionists were everywhere in supply, trade, planning in the KGB !!! And the "gold of the party" was brought by the Chekists for the cardon, maybe they used it in the dark, or maybe not !!
      3. bogdan
        bogdan 18 May 2013 16: 43 New
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        Quote: Vasya
        The Leninist party was once divided into Bolsheviks and Mensheviks.

        You are confusing something here, the Bolsheviks are the Leninist Party. Article plus, in some places even a mate would be appropriate.
        1. washi
          washi 1 June 2013 18: 53 New
          0
          I wanted to say that she was officially divided once, and then how many different fractions were there? Even the opinion of the Politburo was divided about the entry into Afghanistan, and then they behaved accordingly
      4. YARY
        YARY 18 May 2013 17: 19 New
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        for an awesome sense of equality between people - a thing that simply cannot be understood by those who did not live then.


        Fed the hungry - no way
        Time will pass, and a new generation with brainwashed will surrender the country. So our enemies desire on all continents and within the country.
        Therefore, it is necessary, like air, to work with young people, from diapers to infinity. Already much is perceived by them as legends and tales of the elderly, and enemy geeks inside and abroad continue to pour rot on OUR history.
        Comrade, be vigilant!
        Remember all the enemies that worked and are working on the approaching death of our country.
        The time will come.
        1. Vadivak
          Vadivak 18 May 2013 20: 33 New
          +7
          Quote: Ardent
          The time will come.


          The only pity is to live in this beautiful time
          I don’t have to - neither to me nor to you

          From the poem "Railway" (1864) N. A. Nekrasov

          1. Vladimir_61
            Vladimir_61 18 May 2013 23: 43 New
            +3
            Quote: Vadivak
            The only pity is to live in this beautiful time
            I don’t have to - neither to me nor to you

            Let's not lose heart. Still as it should. The fate of our country will not follow the patterns of the rotten West and homegrown traitors.
          2. SASCHAmIXEEW
            SASCHAmIXEEW 19 May 2013 10: 04 New
            0
            NOT YET EVENING...!!!!!
        2. Che
          Che 18 May 2013 22: 54 New
          +1
          Furious while we have the Kvachkovs and Budanovs we are invincible.
      5. gorez
        gorez 18 May 2013 17: 37 New
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        Your words, Vasya, once again convince us that the Communist Party is a living organism and in it, like in any other organism, various pests always start, from which it is necessary to be released and cleaned in a timely manner. And this would have happened if Gorbachev-Yeltsin had been vilely betrayed, as a result of which the USSR was destroyed during takeoff. What is 70 years old? This is just the life of one person. And for the state this is a moment. And how many communists, leading the country, managed to do in that moment and the author writes. Thanks to him.
        1. Vadivak
          Vadivak 18 May 2013 20: 29 New
          +3
          Quote: gorez
          various pests are started, from which it is necessary to be timely released, cleaned.


          But what about. Article 58 of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR. "Counter-revolutionary activity" entered into force on February 25, 1927.
          1. dmb
            dmb 18 May 2013 20: 51 New
            +6
            Do you think this article should not have been ?. Then get Gozman, who publicly equated SMERSH with the SS, and the overheard Gozmanoids, young u..kov who were photographed on the graves of those who died with a porno doll. It is not worth pledging that the spiritual education of a person lies only in the plane of exhortations, sometimes the punishment of evil is very conducive to this education.
        2. washi
          washi 1 June 2013 19: 12 New
          +1
          I agree with your words. It just happened the separation of words and deeds. The party leadership turned into a caste, appointment to certain posts, including in power structures, became possible only with membership in the CPSU. Khrushchev and his followers perverted the Lenin-Stalin case. They stopped perfecting ideology (why the hell were the institutions of Marxism-Leninism?), Etc.
          My father is a communist. He was at a congress of the Central Committee, but criticized the system of managing the national economy. Because of this, I had to change my place of residence.
      6. baltika-18
        baltika-18 18 May 2013 19: 42 New
        +7
        Quote: Vasya
        washi

        Vasya, Vasya .... Take a walk, Vasya ...
        I thought you were smarter ... And sometimes you supported .....
        Live and learn.....
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      7. Reasonable, 2,3
        Reasonable, 2,3 19 May 2013 01: 11 New
        0
        Eh-Vasya, Vasya, I didn’t understand the article, d ..... to you, Vasya.
      8. lucidlook
        lucidlook 19 May 2013 17: 14 New
        +1
        Quote: Vasya
        The Leninist party was once divided into Bolsheviks and Mensheviks.

        Wow ... I did not know. And how exactly Lenin (and not Plekhanov’s) party divided into Bolsheviks and Mensheviks?
      9. fatty
        fatty 31 May 2013 20: 44 New
        -1
        okay, do not bzdi, I'm with you, Vaso.
        1. fatty
          fatty 3 June 2013 20: 21 New
          0
          Vasya, you said what you think is necessary, you’re right, I’m with you, take care of yourself, with respect, Mikhail.
    3. redwar6
      redwar6 18 May 2013 16: 43 New
      +7
      The plastic world won.
      The layout turned out to be stronger
      The last boat has cooled down.
      The last flashlight is tired.
      And lumps of memories sniff in the throat ....
      1. stas52
        stas52 18 May 2013 17: 17 New
        20
        article plus, but a couple of generations will change and no one will remember that there was such a country. Especially for Vasya I traveled half the country with the union, and under the Russian Federation, I only went on a business trip to the neighboring region. Therefore, to say that everything has changed for the better is not necessary. Yes, for the best, but which one? The children of officials had more rights, now they have every right to call YOU cattle, crush with their cars, etc. etc., which was unacceptable during the union.
        1. washi
          washi 1 June 2013 19: 20 New
          +1
          Sorry, but I did not write that has changed for the better. I wrote that the party had many currents and its composition, without purges, had many opportunists and grabbers, and most importantly, members who perverted the party’s charter and decisions of congresses.
    4. M. Peter
      M. Peter 18 May 2013 17: 10 New
      21
      Everyone wants to wake up, so tired of this drawn out nightmare, when is morning comrades? recourse
    5. Col.
      Col. 18 May 2013 18: 19 New
      21
      Quote: smel
      There is nothing to add.

      But I still add: I was incredibly lucky that I managed to live in the USSR for the whole 33 year! And no money (and I get a lot) can not replace that unforgettable feeling of reliability, the inviolability of being in a mighty country where everyone was confident in their bright future and their children ... Therefore, recently, my favorite toast (he invented himself) - "For our bright past "!
    6. Civil
      Civil 18 May 2013 19: 02 New
      +3
      and what to add) they urinate Medvedev) to see really ordered)
    7. bezumnyiPIT
      bezumnyiPIT 18 May 2013 19: 31 New
      0
      But what is it to grieve for these very Soviet Communists? Well they all sit in the Duma, but in London laughing
      1. Homo
        Homo 18 May 2013 20: 17 New
        +6
        Quote: bezumnyiPIT
        But what is it to grieve for these very Soviet Communists? Well they all sit in the Duma, but in London laughing

        Do not write comments without brains! Most of those who are in the Duma and London by age do not pull on the Soviet Communists! And many on the item "attracted"!
        1. Vadivak
          Vadivak 18 May 2013 20: 49 New
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          Quote: Homo
          Most of those who are in the Duma and London by age do not pull on the Soviet Communists!



          Valentina Ivanovna Matviyenko is the first secretary of the Red Guard District Committee of the CPSU of the city of Leningrad.
          4th Chairman of the Council of the Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
          from September 21, 2011


          Sergei Evgenievich Naryshkin At the KGB Institute. Andropova, where he studied, joined the Communist Party
          4th Chairman of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
          from December 21, 2011

          Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin
          He joined the CPSU at LSU and remained a member of the CPSU until it was banned in August 1991.
          I already wrote about Medvedev

          and their name is the legion ...


        2. bezumnyiPIT
          bezumnyiPIT 18 May 2013 20: 50 New
          +2
          Zyuganov, Zhirinovsky- were they not former party members?
          1. dddym
            dddym 18 May 2013 20: 58 New
            0
            Well, you really - what Zyuganov in power or what? But Zhirinovsky organized his party in the USSR in general.
          2. RUS
            RUS 19 May 2013 09: 32 New
            +1
            Zhirinovsky was never a member of the CPSU.
      2. SASCHAmIXEEW
        SASCHAmIXEEW 19 May 2013 10: 11 New
        0
        I won’t say it for everyone, but I personally don’t worry about these earcaps, why worry about Dr.Mo! But for the USSR ... !!!
    8. honest jew
      honest jew 18 May 2013 21: 48 New
      +4
      It’s all filthy without you, dear Soviet Communists, very filthy .... :-) What can I say? We better ask the question to the Communists ...

      Who ruined the USSR and why no one did anything to save the USSR?

      And the communists themselves and ruined !!!!

      Look who is in power now ... All former Communists !!! !, nothing has changed ... just changed the sign of the CPSU to other LDPR, United Russia, the Communist Party, Fair Russia and so on .... The composition of the parties are all former communists or Komsomol members !!! And it was they who destroyed the USSR and created controlled chaos in order to seize the people's bowels of the country, plants, factories, mines, mines ...

      The USSR had powerful intelligence services in the form of the KGB and the GRU and the Ministry of Internal Affairs !!!

      Why did they not do anything to prevent the collapse of the USSR? but because there were the same communists who were striving for the collapse of the USSR. After the collapse of the USSR, the entire top of the special services began to share the national heritage and became the "new Russians"!

      It is interesting whether the author of the article came out to support the GKChP of the USSR or stayed at home in front of Swan Lake?

      Or threw Molotov cocktail in Russian infantry fighting vehicles and tanks GKChP?

      Most likely the last option !!!

      I remember how everyone shouted then, disconnect from all the freeloaders of the USSR republics, Create Russia and live like in the West !!!!

      Only the communists divorced the people as suckers, the people did not quit anything except grief and tears ...
      1. Metlik
        Metlik 18 May 2013 21: 59 New
        +4
        Quote: honest Jew
        Communists who sought the collapse of the USSR.


        It is necessary to replace the Communists with agents of influence. Now these people are called liberals, the names are changing, but they have one essence - betrayal.
        1. fatty
          fatty 7 June 2013 19: 39 New
          -1
          you are probably honest, but I trust exclusively Anatoly Alexandrovich Wasserman, whom I appreciate, respect and love very much.
      2. dddym
        dddym 18 May 2013 22: 22 New
        10
        Why are you hanging all the dogs on the Communists? If a bunch of corrupt top-managers betrayed the people, that doesn’t mean that they decided for all the Communists - it’s good to throw labels on them - just a little - the Communists are to blame. And who went to the barricades - the communists or something ??? Who traded jeans in the market? Who sold and bought dollars from under the floor? Communists or what? All to blame and the Communists - absolution?
        1. Vadivak
          Vadivak 19 May 2013 11: 05 New
          +1
          Quote: dddym
          Why are you hanging all the dogs on the Communists?


          Yes, because in truth, whoever was in power is to blame. You can’t leave, and do not hide behind slogans. In China they could, but ours sold us, and now they are pouring mud from the stands, for which their fathers and grandfathers fought
          1. dddym
            dddym 19 May 2013 12: 39 New
            +2
            And the authorities were - specifically:
            Boris Yeltsin (November 6 1991 [5] [6] - June 15 1992)
            Yegor Gaidar (acting) (15 June 1992 [7] - 15 December 1992 [8])
            Gennady Burbulis (November 6 1991 [9] - April 14 1992 [10])
            Yegor Gaidar (2 March 1992 [11] - 15 December 1992 [8])
            Vladimir Shumeyko [12]
            Alexander Shokhin [13]
            Yegor Gaidar (November 6 1991 [14] - March 2 1992 [15])
            Victor Chernomyrdin [16]
            Sergey Shakhrai (December 12 1991 [17] - April 20 1992 [18], from November 11 1992 [19])
            Mikhail Poltoranin (22 February 1992 [20] - 25 November 1992 [21])
            Valery Makharadze (2 March 1992 [22] - 23 December 1992 [23])
            Gregory Hija [24]
            Anatoly Chubais [25]
            Boris Saltykov [26]
            Victor Mikhailov [28]
            Boris Furmanov [31]
            Victor Barannikov [33]
            Victor Barannikov (December 19 1991 [35] - January 15 1992 [36])
            Viktor Yaroshenko (acting)
            Peter Aven (22 February 1992 [39] - 23 December 1992 [40])
            Andrey Dunaev (November 14 1991 [41] - January 15 1992 [36])
            Victor Erin [43]
            Leonid Cheshinsky (acting)
            Andrey Vorobyov (November 14 1991 [45] - acting from October 23 1992 [46])
            Andrey Kozyrev [47]
            Evgeny Sidorov [49]
            Evgeny Sidorov [51]
            Evgeny Sidorov [51]
            Valery Shubin [53]
            Boris Saltykov [55]
            Boris Saltykov [56]
            Boris Yeltsin (acting) (16 March 1992 [58] - 18 May 1992)
            Pavel Grachev (from May 18 to 1992 [59])
            Eduard Dneprov (November 10 1991 [61] - December 4 1992 [62])
            Evgeny Tkachenko (acting) (since December 5 1992 [63])
            Victor Danilov-Danilyan [64]
            Mikhail Poltoranin (December 3 1991 [65] - November 25 1992 [21])
            Mikhail Poltoranin [66]
            Alexander Titkin [67]
            Gennady Fadeev [69]
            Vladimir Bulgak (acting)
            Victor Khlystun
            Gennady Kulik (acting)
            Ella Pamfilova [72]
            Vladimir Bulgak [73]
            Vladimir Lopukhin (November 10 1991 [74] - May 30 1992 [75])
            Alexander Khlystov (until 5 December 1991)
            Stanislav Anisimov (November 10 1991 [78] - September 16 1992 [79])
            Vitaly Efimov [80]
            Alexander Shokhin (acting)
            Gennady Melikyan [83]
            Alexander Shokhin (November 10 1991 [84] - June 14 1992 [85])
            Igor Lazarev (acting)
            Yegor Gaidar (February 19 1992 [88] - April 2 1992 [89])
            Vasily Barchuk (from April 2 to 1992 [90])
            Nikolai Fedorov [91]
            Evgeny Saburov (until 5 December 1991)
            Andrey Nechaev [88]
            Egor Gaidar [92]
            Victor Danilov-Danilyan [93]
            Victor Danilov-Danilyan [94]
            Victor Ivanenko (November 26 1991 [96] - January 15 1992 [36])
            Victor Barannikov [43]
            Victor Ivanenko [97]
            Vitaliy Ermolenko [98]
            Victor Gerashchenko [99]
            Leonid Bochin (since 7 of September 1992 - acting [100], from 30 of November 1992 - fully [101]
            Boris Furmanov From August 9 to 1991 of the Year [102]
            Dmitry Fedorov (until 5 December 1991)
            Nikolai Malyshev (acting)
            Alexey Poryadin (acting)
            Anatoly Arzamastsev (until 5 December 1991)
            Victor Khlystun (acting)
            Semyon Voloshchuk (acting)
            Viktor Yaroshenko (until December 5 1991)
            Vladimir Vozhagov (until 5 December 1991)
            Andrey Sharonov (until December 5 1991)
            Yuri Vishnevsky (until 5 December 1991)
            Valery Tishkov (February 27 1992 [105] - October 15 1992 [106])
            Sergey Shakhrai (since November 11 1992 [19])
            Pavel Grachev
            Evgeny Belyaev (until 5 December 1991)
            Vladimir Kuramin [108]
            Semyon Voloshchuk (November 20 1991 [109] - May 5 1992 [110])
            Vasily Wozniak (from 20 July 1992 [111])
            Anatoly Kruglov [112]
            Anatoly Chubais [113]
            Vasily Machuga (until 5 December 1991)
            Sergey Shoigu [114]
            Vladimir Mashchits [116]
            Alexey Golovkov [118]
            here from them and ask and not from 12 of the millions of remaining communists :(
            1. Vadivak
              Vadivak 19 May 2013 18: 44 New
              +2
              Dmitry hope for socialism collapsed earlier, with the departure of Stalin, and you listed scumbags with party cards, so sorry for the harshness
              1. dddym
                dddym 19 May 2013 21: 49 New
                0
                What is the sharpness? Correctly scumbags and listed only in this list, not all Communists.
        2. urganov
          urganov 19 May 2013 13: 50 New
          -1
          just the Communists and were in the forefront ... or rather non-ordinary Communists
          1. dddym
            dddym 19 May 2013 14: 00 New
            +2
            in the forefront were fighters against communism - that is, ideological enemies! Wow, how modern democrats have powdered your head — you know that scoops are scolded even for oligarchs and bad roads and for Yeltsin — yes, they’ve atone for nothing — there are concrete guilty people and not millions of people who are not guilty of the collapse of the USSR or shock therapy. The communist is not a nomenclature! This is an ideological platform, as you cannot understand!
      3. M. Peter
        M. Peter 19 May 2013 06: 28 New
        +1
        Quote: honest Jew
        And the Communists themselves and collapsed !!!! Look who is now in power ... All the former Communists !!! !, nothing has changed ... just changed the sign of the CPSU to other LDPR, United Russia, the Communist Party, Fair Russia and so on .... The composition of the parties are all former communists or Komsomol members !!! And it was they who destroyed the USSR and created controlled chaos in order to seize the people's bowels of the country, factories, factories, mines, mines ... the USSR had powerful intelligence services in the form of the KGB and the GRU and the Ministry of Internal Affairs !!! Why did they not do anything to prevent the collapse of the USSR ? but because there were the same communists who were striving for the collapse of the USSR. After the collapse of the USSR, the entire top of the special services began to share the national heritage and became the "new Russians"! Is it interesting whether the author of the article went out to support the GKChP of the USSR or stayed at home in front of Swan Lake? Most likely he sat out, like the majority of the Russian population, as they say, I don’t know anything from the edge! Or threw Molotov’s cocktail at the Russian BMP and GKChP tanks? option !!! I recall how everyone shouted then disconnected from all the freeloaders of the USSR republics, Create Russia and live like in the West !!!! Only the communists divorced the people as suckers, nothing fell to the people except grief and tears ...


        And there were no more communists. The communists in the 41st went to death, died for the people, people went to death and said, if I don’t return, consider me a communist. And in the 80s there was already a nomenclature that only covered itself with beautiful, screaming slogans and only advanced to warm places. And the country was left only out of envy of the capitalists, who have yachts, villas, factories, factories, parades.
        And it turned out so, because a generation has grown up that has not seen the cold and hunger, for them the “upcoming bright future” is just nonsense for outdated old people who again took their warm places ...
      4. SASCHAmIXEEW
        SASCHAmIXEEW 19 May 2013 10: 20 New
        +1
        In your words, the people were buried by the women. Osionists, they were confused, for the money of the Jews from the Fed and various funds, but it’s not yet evening and the gentiles will give you bloody diarrhea!
    9. Atlon
      Atlon 19 May 2013 11: 12 New
      -5
      Quote: smel
      There is nothing to add.

      Do not add, but I will say! Article custom, provocative and wrecking! The author appealing to your feelings and nostalgia, smuggles swamp ideas and claims. Article minus.
      1. aviamed90
        aviamed90 19 May 2013 11: 16 New
        -1
        Atlon

        Yes, he does not appeal. He just gives the FACTS. And you analyze and draw conclusions.
    10. nickname 1 and 2
      nickname 1 and 2 19 May 2013 12: 55 New
      -2
      Quote: smel
      There is nothing to add.

      How is it nothing?
      Why the hell did you have to close the borders? But what the hell was it necessary to keep us in complete ignorance and how does he live this rotting capitalism?
      And why did our "best" go for a cardon and drag out suitcases with junk from there?
      And why it was necessary to create "Birch" and how I still do not remember there but foreign exchange stores in which there was all kinds of rags and stuff?
      And why were there flea markets in Lviv and in Obessa and in other cities where "worn" panties were sold.
      And why were the shoes cool, not just ours?
      Why did we get rid of this image of a SUCCESSFUL WEST and NOT ALL SUCCESSFUL EAST ???

      What kind of sweet whining by what was not, or rather filtered?

      What is this scream about? ABOUT SALE PARTY FUNCTIONERS?
      Where, finally, are they - who is this scream about, where were they when this squeak - GKChP appeared? Why was he not supported by the powerful roar of powerful party members?
      Where, where did the BEST KGB truths hide in the world?
      in the world
      Why didn’t anyone want to kick the mug for everyone there Makarevich who stood in the ring at the White House?

      This is another fornication - this article! No need to fake!
      Socialism is a wonderful O. system, it just got to the wrong people!
  2. Shuriken
    Shuriken 18 May 2013 15: 46 New
    36
    I’m ready to subscribe to every word! And I’m sure that millions and millions of normal people are with me !!
  3. aviamed90
    aviamed90 18 May 2013 15: 53 New
    +4
    Reasonably, but debatable.
    Everyone has their own opinion.
    But there is something in it (for those who remember how it was). It was good and bad. I recall more good.
    And ... Nostalgia for those times when the country was still one of the world powers (whoever said that!), And not a gas and oil pipe for the west.
    But there were a lot of mistakes! And the most important thing is the collapse of the USSR. Moreover, few of the Communists objected. And why? The referendum does not count (this is the opinion of the people, not the party)!
    1. washi
      washi 18 May 2013 16: 56 New
      +4
      The principality of Moscow did not object. And they didn’t listen to the rest. There was an option - a civil war. Moscow and St. Petersburg as a result of the landfill. The capital in Siberia. The West of Russia is a branch of India or the Caucasus.
      They did not want to fight against their own.
      And now they remain their own, but soon their grandchildren will be strangers
      1. aviamed90
        aviamed90 18 May 2013 17: 13 New
        +2
        Vasya

        I can not agree with you. Maybe ordinary communists did not listen, but the party leadership had its own opinion. And who will argue with the General?

        Then, at the First Congress of People's Deputies of the USSR, it was only a question of abolishing the leading role of the CPSU. It could and should have been objected. But everyone wanted democracy, including the communists. Remember the "Materials of the XXVIII Congress of the CPSU" (July 1991). One of the questions is “Programmatic Statement of the XXVIII Congress of the CPSU“ Toward Humane, Democratic Socialism "."

        And about the civil war, the question arose when the GKChP attempted in August 1991. Then, indeed, it could blaze! He himself was a witness while on alert.
        1. aviamed90
          aviamed90 18 May 2013 17: 35 New
          +2
          Amendment: at the III Congress of People's Deputies of the USSR (March 1990).
        2. washi
          washi 1 June 2013 19: 27 New
          0
          It began to blaze back in Alma-Ata in 1986, it seems (I do not remember exactly) when Gorbachev set Kolbina. There, local bais began to excite.
  4. be0560
    be0560 18 May 2013 15: 53 New
    +8
    I completely agree with the author. The current mess and the talking room have already gotten.
    1. zart_arn
      zart_arn 18 May 2013 15: 58 New
      +5
      The authorities did not have normal business executives who grew up from masters of production, and not from the Komsomol. The ideology of the CPSU was only a burden for a normal business executive, and now the Komsomol remained in power, managed by the secretaries of the regional committees (city committees) - the current business leaders.
      1. Hleb
        Hleb 18 May 2013 16: 02 New
        +8
        Let me introduce myself. In the past Komsomol school hi
        1. zart_arn
          zart_arn 18 May 2013 16: 07 New
          +6
          Sorry, Gleb. I know, respect and support your ideological position (by comments). When I referred to a certain shoble as a Komsomol, I didn’t mean people like you, but those who sat in district committees, city committees, regional committees — in short, those who are now in the Duma and in the executive branch — ochlocracy.
          1. Hleb
            Hleb 18 May 2013 16: 11 New
            +4
            I understood. Yes, and there was already little left of ideas .. I just remembered myself. Yes, and they chose it only because there were more boys in two classes than girls. By voting, they excelled wink
            1. zart_arn
              zart_arn 18 May 2013 16: 17 New
              +4
              The school Komsomol, if the guys are so active, was a legal, encouraged and supported way of self-organization. There were only pluses in this. Cultural trips, camping trips, discos - everything is like at all times in the youth environment. It was shitty when a teacher appeared at school - an old maid and a sworn commune, and the social activity of the guys was not up to par. Then carcasses of light, meetings, Leninist readings, Lenin offsets, climbing into souls ... As you recall, you will tremble. laughing
              1. Hleb
                Hleb 18 May 2013 16: 39 New
                10
                Yes, and the camp remembered. They sent the Komsomol and pioneer leaders. In fact, the camp was listed as the "Regional School of the Komsomol asset", but in fact the rest camp. Bliiiin .. I kissed there for the first time !!!!!
                here is still a ticket
                1. zart_arn
                  zart_arn 18 May 2013 16: 47 New
                  +5
                  Cool memories !!!
              2. washi
                washi 1 June 2013 19: 30 New
                0
                I started to get 14. "Why aren’t you going to the Komsomol?" They got it. Applied. I come to the city and I hear: We have a shortfall this month according to the plan. Here I got into the plan.
        2. aviamed90
          aviamed90 18 May 2013 16: 12 New
          +9
          Gleb

          All of us, for the most part, were someone in that country. I've been a Komsomol member. I do not regret it.
          1. Hleb
            Hleb 18 May 2013 16: 35 New
            +6
            similarly. I do not regret
            1. stas52
              stas52 18 May 2013 17: 24 New
              +1
              he never joined the Komsomol, although they chased after me for several years, but judging by your Komsomol, are you from Central Asia, if not a secret, where did you come from?
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              2. Hleb
                Hleb 18 May 2013 17: 37 New
                +1
                Kazakhstan
  5. redwar6
    redwar6 18 May 2013 15: 56 New
    18
    Although I was not lucky enough to be born in the USSR, but thanks to everyone who built that country, thanks for everything. There really is nothing to add ..
  6. v53993
    v53993 18 May 2013 15: 57 New
    18
    I join the author as the 2nd 1/260 millionth part of the Soviet people. Everything will return, it will surely return again, and will return means we will live.
    1. Captain45
      Captain45 18 May 2013 16: 06 New
      16
      Well then I - 3 / 260 millionth part!
      1. AdAAkRuSS
        AdAAkRuSS 18 May 2013 17: 05 New
        +8
        4/260 millionth part!
    2. Apollo
      Apollo 18 May 2013 16: 22 New
      26
      A long history but nevertheless relevant as never before in meaning.
      I was then 19 years old, serving in ZabVO, wrote a request to accept me as a candidate for membership in the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. What do you think, what would be the result? They refused, the reason is most obvious, they didn’t come out of age. I asked the question how does the line in the charter state that a candidate can be with 17-ti and a full member with 18-ti. Silence is in reply. I don’t know, but it seems to me that even then in the 80-s something inside the party and the state broke down, the mechanism state and party machine began to fail. Then, already studying at the Higher School of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the SS SR, there have been repeatedly proposals for entry, but this time I flatly refused. As it may not seem strange to you, I had serious reasons:

      1. One thing is desire; another thing is proposal; agree that there are two different things.
      2. It was already late for the reason that I don’t know about you, but I knew for certain that Gorbachev would smash the country to pieces. I always judge people not by words but by deeds. You can speak one thing and perform certain actions differently. Most importantly, he did not prevent separatism. The Americans knew perfectly well the strengths and weaknesses of the USSR. They knew for certain that the Achilles' heel of the USSR is a multinational people.
      3. The most important thing is how to join the ranks when the head of the Communist Party is a traitor to the Motherland.
      Having written all this, I categorically do not want my words to be interpreted as a country and the party have lost such a patriot. No, there was a purposeful policy not only of Gorbachev and his team “Gorbachev and SO” on the purposeful destruction of the party and, therefore, the state. Remember the article 6 . These were not just words, they made a lot of sense, and it was thanks to the party that the state was held.

      Now, as for the article itself. Everything is correctly and clearly written. Everyone understands the meaning of the above in his own way and in his own understanding. I understand this appeal and appeal to all sane people of the former once powerful and impregnable state of the USSR. Unite in the name of your bright future children and neighbors. Unite, in this saving word the enormous meaning of life is laid, namely the instinct of self-preservation.
      1. Livan
        Livan 18 May 2013 16: 42 New
        +2
        AXILLESOVA PYATA --- MNOGONACIONAL6NIY NAROD ??? 4TO ZA BRED? NAOBOROT MNOGONACIONAL6NIY NAROD BIL KOST6YU V GORLE AMERIKE ... PO ETOMU ONI RAZVALILI SSSR.
        1. Apollo
          Apollo 18 May 2013 17: 34 New
          12
          Quote: livan
          AXILLESOVA PYATA --- MNOGONACIONAL6NIY NAROD ???


          You apparently did not delve deeply into the meaning of what I wrote. Under the Achilles' heel, a vulnerable point, it was meant to divide and conquer, one of the slogans of the ancient Romans.
        2. bezumnyiPIT
          bezumnyiPIT 18 May 2013 20: 54 New
          +5
          Buy a keyboard with the Cyrillic alphabet, I understand, in the states it is difficult to get it, but you try
      2. vjatsergey
        vjatsergey 18 May 2013 22: 27 New
        0
        And I remembered mine. The party organizer followed me in 1984 and persuaded me to write a statement.
  7. bubla5
    bubla5 18 May 2013 15: 59 New
    +8
    For me, the capital of Moscow is a viper who collected all the negativity from all over Russia, illiterate, uneducated people, but who learned to grab and live for today
    1. RUS
      RUS 18 May 2013 16: 39 New
      +5
      Do not confuse power with ordinary Muscovites
      1. folds
        folds 18 May 2013 19: 28 New
        +8
        And how many ordinary Muscovites are left, RUS? All the cream of the regional leadership - to the capital, the majority of migrant workers - to the same place, to thieves and bandits - the most expanse where most of the money of the whole country revolves.
        1. RUS
          RUS 19 May 2013 09: 37 New
          0
          Believe me, the Muscovites remained normal in all respects, I personally know many adequate people without any pathos and Ponte.
      2. Dimok
        Dimok 18 May 2013 21: 17 New
        +1
        Soon the indigenous Muscovites in the Kunstkamera will show
      3. vjatsergey
        vjatsergey 18 May 2013 22: 32 New
        +8
        And even in the days of the USSR, I noticed the difference between Muscovites and Leningraders - ask a Muscovite how to get somewhere, poke a finger and run on, ask a Leningrad citizen - he will stop, he will explain in detail.
  8. Hleb
    Hleb 18 May 2013 16: 00 New
    +3
    I will not say that I agree with everything, but the syllable is good
  9. vladsolo56
    vladsolo56 18 May 2013 16: 05 New
    16
    I will subscribe, I am sorry for modern children who have had their heads full of money, clothes, and other show-offs since childhood.
    1. RUS
      RUS 18 May 2013 16: 41 New
      +4
      What parents, such and children.
  10. Victor
    Victor 18 May 2013 16: 07 New
    23
    Already his throat was seized when he read everything and remembered everything. We really didn’t have good clothes and different tsatsk, but there was always confidence that our country, the most powerful and the best in the world, and this gave a feeling of happiness, because most people of the Soviet country sought to become necessary for their country and do something for it big and good. Thank you for writing to the author.
    1. Iraclius
      Iraclius 18 May 2013 16: 34 New
      12
      Come on you! Did not have. Everything was. Father served in Baku. Quietly, and jeans were bought, and imported suede jackets. And other clothes. He brought several sheepskin coats from Kushka. Yes, there were distribution problems. But all this was solved. There was no misery.
      1. RUS
        RUS 18 May 2013 16: 51 New
        +9
        “new beggars” live in my village — they don’t work, they drink, although there is work for everyone, but the authorities relaxed them - “they should dig a well for us, block the roof, they don’t pay for the light, there’s no money, they steal electricity, but the local the authorities turn a blind eye to this, since they are poor, etc., and they all owe it to them: village council, rich Muscovites, etc. They paid money at home before the elections, laundered the money, and everyone is happy.
      2. Victor
        Victor 18 May 2013 19: 43 New
        +2
        Quote: Iraclius
        There was no misery.

        Nobody spoke to you for poverty. Yes, from under the floor you could buy almost everything, but I speak for that spirit of striving to be ahead of the rest, and you're talking about sheepskin coats from under Kushki ....
        1. Iraclius
          Iraclius 18 May 2013 20: 41 New
          +8
          You wrote that there were no good clothes and tsatseks. I wrote that there was everything - and household appliances, and clothes, and tsatski. If we survived until the 2000's, we would have had our own PCs, cell phones and more.
          Therefore, to say that our population lived poorly, but aspired to the future, is wrong.
          1. vjatsergey
            vjatsergey 18 May 2013 22: 42 New
            +7
            Moreover, the bios in these PCs would be in Russian. Babayan’s developments led to this. Yesterday I watched a film about our TU160, so it turned out to have its own navigation on satellites, and this was at a time when we had not heard of any jeepies.
          2. dddym
            dddym 19 May 2013 07: 13 New
            +2
            pc we had! Corvette, bk, dvk and even somewhat faster and better than foreign samples. The architecture, for example, bk was directly addressed to 4 mb and its competitor, the syncler, to 48 kb and could hardly be added to 128kb. The corvette was an order of magnitude faster than its main competitor - 386 processors from Intel. In terms of counting and speed of graphics, Intel was ahead of Intel even after the discontinued production of the vaunted Pentium 1. Unlike convenient and easy-to-understand architecture, compared to sinclair and ibiem, it allowed to master machine code in a couple of evenings.
        2. vjatsergey
          vjatsergey 18 May 2013 22: 38 New
          +1
          And why is such an aspiration bad? Then, not only the desire was, but in fact were in many ways ahead of everyone.
      3. vjatsergey
        vjatsergey 18 May 2013 22: 35 New
        +3
        There was definitely no poverty, there was no such theft (in our North), for three years I didn’t even have a lock on my house, I bought it when I went on vacation.
  11. igor12
    igor12 18 May 2013 16: 07 New
    +9
    But we are free, they say. Although I do not understand now the meaning of this word is appealing to the citizens of my country.
    1. andrei332809
      andrei332809 18 May 2013 16: 17 New
      +3
      Quote: igor12
      But we are free, they say. Although I do not understand now the meaning of this word is appealing to the citizens of my country.

      Yes, everything is clear. We are all free to die. But after a couple of generations, they will impose a tax on oxygen, which they will give, and it will not be known whether you will be allowed to die from its shortage for free, or first "pay all taxes"?
      1. RUS
        RUS 18 May 2013 17: 01 New
        -11
        The first “oxygen tax” was invented by the Soviet government when every bush of currant, every apple tree, livestock and bird was taxed.
        1. Egoza
          Egoza 18 May 2013 18: 13 New
          15
          Quote: RUS
          The first “oxygen tax” was invented by the Soviet government when every bush of currant, every apple tree, livestock and bird was taxed.

          This is the work of N.S. Khrushchev. But Khrushchev is not Soviet power!
        2. dddym
          dddym 18 May 2013 19: 56 New
          +3
          Khrushchev tried - it was - only not for long. But now you pay the air tax and do not consider it an injustice - a property tax.
        3. bezumnyiPIT
          bezumnyiPIT 18 May 2013 20: 58 New
          +2
          fatty plus! One and a half sheep, if there are peasants on the site, they will understand
    2. M. Peter
      M. Peter 18 May 2013 17: 18 New
      12
      For me, freedom is not when in the central area of ​​the country you can shout that the authorities are only fools, but freedom is when he went out on the street in the evening, afraid to get on the head, or fall asleep drunk in the park and wake up alive, healthy and undressed.
      1. aviamed90
        aviamed90 18 May 2013 17: 50 New
        +5
        M.Petru

        You forgot to mention about detoxification. But an effective tool was!
        I myself, thank God, did not fall. But according to eyewitnesses - just lovely! They even shot a film about it ("And in the morning they woke up").

        And people, indeed, rarely died on the street.
    3. Egoza
      Egoza 18 May 2013 18: 12 New
      23
      Quote: igor12
      But we are free, they say.


      “It’s hard for me to imagine what kind of“ personal freedom ”there can be for an unemployed person who goes hungry and does not find the use of his labor.” I.V. Stalin
      1. Ataman
        Ataman 21 May 2013 20: 49 New
        0
        Here's another one for the collection:
        "Freedom is a conscious necessity." C. Marx.

        "Freedom is not when you do what you want, but when you do not do what you don’t want." (my favorite definition)
  12. Old warrior
    Old warrior 18 May 2013 16: 09 New
    28
    As modern history shows, capitalism is a dead end branch of the development of Mankind.
    My fault is that I, as a communist, did nothing to save the Great USSR ... We looked at the Vile Treason of those who led the Party and the Country. Soviet power was abolished from above, not from below - the majority of the people in the March 17 referendum voted to preserve the Soviet Union. But party functionaries needed to legalize their own, acquired through an unjust way of wealth ... and all those ideals that made the Soviet Union the Guiding Star of a Bright Future for all of Mankind were rejected as hindering the "prosperity" of those in power.
    1. aviamed90
      aviamed90 18 May 2013 16: 16 New
      15
      Old warrior

      Here you are right - overlooked. And I think that they still unconditionally believed the country's top leaders. And they were not ready for such a vile betrayal!
  13. Dimy4
    Dimy4 18 May 2013 16: 14 New
    11
    With his perestroika, Gorbachev unfastened those hungry dogs who were prevented by the Soviet regime from robbing their country and using dollars traded from under the floor. And these dogs are the generation of the so-called communists, who received their elite status by birth, and not by their deeds.
    1. folds
      folds 18 May 2013 19: 32 New
      +7
      And Khrushchev with his perestroika after the death of Stalin, fed this whole pack.
      1. fatty
        fatty 23 May 2013 18: 33 New
        0
        the bastard Khrushchev was a Trotskyist, but besides this, still an opportunist. Khrushchev and his family after the death of Stalin officially seized power, killing Beria, which was a hundred orders of magnitude higher and smarter than Khrushchev, predetermined the collapse of the country. commies can love their Lenin and Marx, but Stalin and Beria were business executives! they made a great country, they said, enough revolutions, won one country, so let's restore and raise it. this is my vision of the situation. what the author of the article wanted to say, I did not quite understand, to be honest
  14. koriagin. keha
    koriagin. keha 18 May 2013 16: 15 New
    +8
    Fucking democrats scolded the Communists that they were robbing the working class, but how parliamentarians robbed us and there are no words. Leshik
  15. washi
    washi 18 May 2013 16: 18 New
    -17
    His opinion (for young people - comments) left above and stupidly all zaminusely.
    Big article G .. (I apologize for the repetition)
    1. omsbon
      omsbon 18 May 2013 17: 44 New
      +9
      How do I speak? "Eh Vasya, Vasya"
      1. fatty
        fatty 21 May 2013 19: 39 New
        -2
        and you, oldsmobil, do not dare to touch the vaska, pissed rickets.
      2. fatty
        fatty 21 May 2013 21: 12 New
        -1
        ok, Vasya, and the foolish bastard oldsmobil-let him suck as much as four stars long, well, honestly earned a suction.
        1. Ataman
          Ataman 21 May 2013 21: 32 New
          0
          Why did you decide that Vasya needs your protection?
    2. builder
      builder 18 May 2013 23: 29 New
      0
      I completely agree, a normal country will not fall apart. The USSR simply ended and the Communists are to blame
    3. SPAAARTAAA
      SPAAARTAAA 18 May 2013 23: 50 New
      +6
      My grandfather didn’t hand over the ticket even after the collapse of the union. This is probably the difference between a real communist and pseudo. And regarding young people, I myself probably belong to it (a fourth-year student of the full-time department of the university), many of my friends and fellow students sincerely regret the collapse of the USSR, because the thinker of tomorrow, which the current government cannot provide, is much more important to the thinking person . And since communists ruled that mighty power, then a low bow to them and an article is a big plus!
      1. Ataman
        Ataman 21 May 2013 20: 34 New
        0
        Stalin ruled a mighty power, and then did not rule, but prosir ...
        How exactly Stalin ruled I do not discuss, I simply state.
    4. fatty
      fatty 21 May 2013 19: 20 New
      0
      no, Vasya, if you express an opinion that is different from the majority, don't give a damn about what you think and get 1000 minuses, and don't give a damn about what you think. Still, I want to believe that this is a military-patriotic, public site, and not a communist or someone else’s rostrum. Everyone has the right to express opinions here, as well as to withdraw from your interlocutor.
      1. Ataman
        Ataman 21 May 2013 20: 40 New
        0
        And if Vasya sends all the generals to the black list, then they won’t do anything to him. tongue
        1. fatty
          fatty 21 May 2013 20: 47 New
          -2
          and if you go to a mother of a certain quality, can I ask you to shut up? snotty?
          1. Ataman
            Ataman 21 May 2013 21: 00 New
            0
            You would first learn how to correctly build phrases in Russian. There is nothing to skip school!
  16. marsavin.yu
    marsavin.yu 18 May 2013 16: 19 New
    +8
    And I’ll add. I completely agree with the text and everything stated above. Besides one. Of course, the authorities can run away. But where?! To the west, in SyShyA, there’s nowhere to put your friends there! And life there isn’t here! Berezovsky’s example is not impressive! will help.
    1. bezumnyiPIT
      bezumnyiPIT 18 May 2013 21: 01 New
      +2
      So right they will return! If they did not have a conscience 30 years ago, now even more so, they have already gone to the limit
    2. Dimok
      Dimok 18 May 2013 21: 26 New
      +2
      And what did Berezovsky live in London on a bench and die in a square or in a country estate?
      As the saying goes, "so that I live"
      But in fact, the government fulfilled the dream of Ostap Bender to "earn" money in Rio de Janeiro
    3. vjatsergey
      vjatsergey 18 May 2013 22: 52 New
      +6
      Berezovsky died when the money ran out, so they would accept billionaires fleeing Russia in any country, squeeze money and a scarf around their neck.
  17. Tatarus
    Tatarus 18 May 2013 16: 20 New
    17
    There are many words, but they are all small. per article +. It’s a pity that one. What we do not value losing crying? We will not cry, we will restore. And we’ll not wind the snot on a fist, but the guts of those who cross our recovery. And to wind not theoretically, but practically. So that everyone remembers what kind of country we are. No not like this. What kind of country are we?
  18. Boomer
    Boomer 18 May 2013 16: 23 New
    +4
    He wrote the whole truth. There’s nothing to add
  19. Humpty
    Humpty 18 May 2013 16: 25 New
    +6
    Thank you for the correct words and epigraph in memory of Yegor Letov.
  20. gav6757
    gav6757 18 May 2013 16: 27 New
    +8
    I fully subscribe to the above !!! Ready to subscribe to every word! But now I want to ask the current leaders of the party a question, I hope they read the forum ... Why are no attempts being made to revive the former power of the party, there is no normal propaganda, there are no real affairs and masses are involved in these matters. Many of us, both CPSU members and sympathizers, are ready to help return the country to our development path, and not "according to the Western scenario", which is similar to socialist ideals. Everyone has long been tired of thieves and nonsense in power (Serdyukovs, Medvedevs, etc.), many are ready, for the sake of their children, to go quite far to change the system ... We need a leader! Young, charismatic, with a head on his shoulders !!! After all, there is not much left until the moment when there are no people living under the Soviet Union, and then the dermocratic propaganda will completely flood with dirt, all the good that Socialism has given!
    1. aviamed90
      aviamed90 18 May 2013 16: 48 New
      11
      gav6757

      I think so - it's impossible. The "bacillus" of profit, stupidity, deceit and "freedom" gobbled up most of society. And what remains and can not be called society - individual disparate individuals. You can’t re-educate people (especially young people). What is inherent in childhood (90s and 2000s) just can not be forgotten.
      It is necessary to build a country based on the current situation. But she is not rainbow. And how to do it is the biggest question for Russia.

      Of course, you need a leader. A man whom a significant part of the country would follow.
      1. gorez
        gorez 18 May 2013 18: 18 New
        +4
        How much can you say: "you need a leader, you need a leader." Yes, you cannot even support the current leader. And without the support of the people, Stalin would not have been able to cope.
        1. marsavin.yu
          marsavin.yu 18 May 2013 20: 07 New
          +1
          I am for Putin! I support! And how it came to good in the article on the KPI website it is written. 99% history coincides. Http://www.kpe.ru/partiinaya-rabota/nam-pishut/3865-vpechatlenija-ot-z
          nakomstva-s-kob
    2. dddym
      dddym 18 May 2013 20: 07 New
      +6
      Leaders are not mushrooms - you can’t find them in the forest - you need to grow them. You can create a party now the benefit of all 500 people need - a party in alliance with the Communist Party. It is not the Communist Party but in the union, because the Communist Party, although it has a large electorate, unfortunately does not know how to take advantage of it, due to old habits. A leader needs to be grown!
      1. dddym
        dddym 18 May 2013 21: 19 New
        -3
        The Socialist Workers 'and Peasants' Party of Russia, what is your name? :)
        1. dddym
          dddym 19 May 2013 07: 28 New
          +1
          instead of a minus, they could also offer their name :(
  21. Old warrior
    Old warrior 18 May 2013 16: 28 New
    +4
    I joined the CPSU in the mid-80s. I, as a young communist, was immediately appointed a party organizer of the workshop. Under my supervision were all engineers and technicians, there were only four people out of twenty communists, and here's what I can tell you - if the Komsomol literally boomed during these years (BAM, sports, amateur performances, tourism, Co.
    1. aviamed90
      aviamed90 18 May 2013 16: 38 New
      +1
      My father, in those same years, was a party organizer in the army (not liberated). He was telling something else.
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  23. a.hamster55
    a.hamster55 18 May 2013 16: 57 New
    +7
    LP Beria once said: “It doesn’t matter what they do at night, if only they would not indulge in Trotskyism.”
  24. dizelniy
    dizelniy 18 May 2013 17: 07 New
    +4
    Thanks for the article, my throat was compressed.
  25. djon3volta
    djon3volta 18 May 2013 17: 22 New
    -16
    So why did the USSR collapse? The Dulles plan is naive ...
    CIA, Mossad, Mi-6 - the same .. why the KGB and the GRU did not corrupt and ruin the United States, Britain, Israel?
    Why is Radio Marti effective against Cuba, Radio Liberty against the USSR, but there is no similar answer?
    Conscience - I do not believe ... The possibility of 10-15 times destroying life on Earth somehow weakly correlates with a peaceful attitude.
    1. M. Peter
      M. Peter 18 May 2013 17: 26 New
      +3
      Apparently good only in fairy tales wins. Alas! sad
    2. Iraclius
      Iraclius 18 May 2013 17: 27 New
      +7
      A progressive systemic crisis and mediocrity at the helm in the last period. And, here, the fact that mediocrity came to power by accident, in particular the tagged one - I strongly doubt it.
    3. Hleb
      Hleb 18 May 2013 17: 31 New
      17
      Eugene! log in
      1. aviamed90
        aviamed90 18 May 2013 17: 40 New
        +6
        Gleb

        Opanki!
        One to one!
        Even the number of times too!
      2. optimist
        optimist 18 May 2013 17: 55 New
        -5
        I immediately realized that the “three-volt” one is a paid Putinoid troll !!!
        1. aviamed90
          aviamed90 18 May 2013 18: 00 New
          +2
          optimist

          Not that word...
          1. DeerIvanovich
            DeerIvanovich 18 May 2013 21: 07 New
            0
            generally optimist trivolt colleague laughing
        2. Hleb
          Hleb 18 May 2013 18: 07 New
          +6
          fasten offend
        3. djon3volta
          djon3volta 18 May 2013 18: 08 New
          0
          Quote: optimist
          I immediately realized that the “three-volt” one is a paid Putinoid troll !!!

          take from the shelf pirazhki laughing
          Yes, I’m a paid Putininoid troll, one komment is 85 rubles, I already spoke about it, forgot something? 1848 comments I wrote on this site, multiplying by 85 rubles = 157 thousand rubles, and this is only on this site bully and you don’t pour something into Putin’s and Russia’s slop? I’m sorry, I wouldn’t do this in your place for free no if only because of patriotism to the us and the west you are maesh this ..
          1. Yarbay
            Yarbay 18 May 2013 18: 22 New
            +2
            Quote: djon3volta
            Yes, I’m a paid Putinoid Troll, one koment 85 rubles

            and where you are recruited ??)))))
            Damn if they choose people like you, then poor * United Russia * !!
            Alas, to your President you are doing * a disservice *!
            1. Ruslan67
              Ruslan67 18 May 2013 18: 47 New
              +7
              Quote: Yarbay
              and where you are recruited ??)))))

              Hi Alibek hi If you think that they are being recruited to the FSB, then you are mistaken request There, the last one was spanked at 39 by Beria’s personal order bully This is exclusively the CIA. fool And all because they created it under our leadership in the person of Philby and otherwise they will never work wassat
              1. Yarbay
                Yarbay 18 May 2013 20: 46 New
                +1
                Quote: Ruslan67
                If you think that they are being recruited to the FSB, then you are mistaken

                Hi Ruslan !!
                No, I'm sure those guys are doing more serious things))))))))))))
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          2. optimist
            optimist 18 May 2013 18: 52 New
            +4
            Judah at one time did not have time to spend 30 pieces of silver ... So run shopping faster! tongue
          3. Rezun
            Rezun 18 May 2013 19: 56 New
            +3
            "Fine, Gregory?
            “Great, Kostantin!”

            Burn John! ++++++++++ ....
          4. wax
            wax 18 May 2013 22: 03 New
            0
            Are you kidding me? Or really corrupt?
          5. sanyabasik
            sanyabasik 19 May 2013 12: 16 New
            0
            Quote: djon3volta
            Yes, I’m a paid Putinoid Troll, one koment 85 rubles


            Well this is understandable ... But what, in PZhiV they pay only for the quantity? But what about the quality? Or are there all such illiterate and dishonest Jews? Yes, but can this one of yours (I can’t after such a “you”), use the comment as a generalizing characteristic of all such ...?
      3. Yarbay
        Yarbay 18 May 2013 18: 12 New
        +3
        Quote: Gleb
        Eugene! log in

        yeah))))))
        surprised !!
        A real scout, which I had no doubt before though !!
        scent, memory, accuracy !!
        Gleb to take off our hat is not accepted, applause, sparking!
        and what kind of site?
        1. Hleb
          Hleb 18 May 2013 18: 18 New
          +4
          is it better to ask Eugene
          1. Yarbay
            Yarbay 18 May 2013 18: 26 New
            +6
            Quote: Gleb
            is it better to ask Eugene


            Found it myself !!

            http://nnm.ru/

            But three years have passed !!!
            Bravo Gleb !!!
            1. Hleb
              Hleb 18 May 2013 18: 46 New
              +7
              I’ll step aside a little.
              The failure of hockey players was discussed yesterday. Many on the site say that the youth are not the same, the USSR is recalled, Lermonov’s poems are quoted. Meanwhile, yesterday the youth became European football champions. Football! Beating the Italians
            2. baltika-18
              baltika-18 18 May 2013 20: 27 New
              +6
              Quote: Yarbay
              Bravo Gleb !!!

              I will support.
              Quote: Yarbay
              djon3volta

              Zheka, it's time for you to molt ...
              It’s not going to be interesting with you already, your thoughts are not formulated beforehand.
              1. Karabin
                Karabin 18 May 2013 21: 35 New
                +2
                Quote: baltika-18

                It’s not going to be interesting with you already, your thoughts are not formulated beforehand.

                Quote: djon3volta
                The synthesis of all the best that was in Tsarist Russia and Soviet Russia is the only key to success. Only the combination of the political practice of Stalinism - selfless, sacrificial, merciless - with the primordial Black-Hundred, Orthodox-monarchical ideals of the Russian people can now lay the solid foundation of the new Russian Empire.

                Russian folk line
                19.04.2013/XNUMX/XNUMX. The "Black Hundred" of President Putin
                Konstantin Dushenov, Russian folk line

                The synthesis of all the best that was in Tsarist Russia and Soviet Russia is the only key to success. Only the combination of the political practice of Stalinism - selfless, sacrificial, merciless - with the primordial Black-Hundred, Orthodox-monarchical ideals of the Russian people can now lay the solid foundation of the new Russian Empire.


                Joni is not the first time stealing
                1. dmb
                  dmb 18 May 2013 23: 35 New
                  +2
                  Honestly, it will be a pity if a three-volt citizen disappears from the site after such an affront. His militant ignorance, multiplied by sincere and judging by today's, well-paid love for the leader, not only entertained members of the forum, but also was an effective means of discrediting the leader himself. Who will support the power, which has such fans. This is the same as Nemtsov campaigning for liberal values, or gay men urging to strengthen the family.
                  1. djon3volta
                    djon3volta 19 May 2013 07: 46 New
                    -5
                    Quote: dmb
                    Who will maintain power

                    comrade, come to my senses, I’ll repeat it again and I will repeat it at the opportunity - 143 million people live in the country, of which 107 million are eligible to vote and how many of you are here on the site? you are here on the strength of 200-300 people below on the main you can see how much online laughing you here haters of the current government of 100-200 people laughing am i right? certainly right!
                    that after a boltoy rally, housing and communal services prices fell or salaries increased? can officials stop stealing?
                    so the virtual chatter of hundreds of hamsters in the 143 millionth country doesn’t play any weather. And you are well aware of this, which is why you are mad with impotence.
                    1. dddym
                      dddym 19 May 2013 08: 03 New
                      +3
                      You greatly underestimate the opinions of the people - it’s in Moscow and in the Tatars they vote for the current government, and in many regions the Communists have long won, if the elections are fair so don’t drive the bullshit
      4. Iraclius
        Iraclius 18 May 2013 18: 47 New
        +6
        Both on! That "surfaced"! good
  26. a.hamster55
    a.hamster55 18 May 2013 17: 31 New
    +6
    All to the fight against capitalism and crap!
  27. optimist
    optimist 18 May 2013 17: 34 New
    +8
    It is written simply and rudely, but sincerely and sincerely! And the more people begin to think like that, the more likely it is that Russia will be able to break out of the ..opa where the current power of the Zhido-Masonic governors pushed it. I hope the point of no return has not yet been passed ...
    1. aviamed90
      aviamed90 18 May 2013 17: 41 New
      +3
      optimist

      You are truly an optimist!
      1. optimist
        optimist 18 May 2013 17: 56 New
        +1
        Hope dies last! (After the one who hoped ... laughing )
  28. Metlik
    Metlik 18 May 2013 17: 35 New
    +7
    The problem of capitalism is not that one person exploits another, but that the economy does not need such a large population. Labor productivity is growing, which means that the required number of jobs is constantly decreasing. The state is trying to attract the unemployed to services, tourism, and small business. But these areas remain only as long as the locomotives of the economy — industrial production — work. Once the crisis looms on the horizon, the whole pyramid crumbles. What we have now. What to do for those who did not have enough work? Starve to death or take up arms. Socialism puts everything upside down. Not the people for the economy, but the economy for the people.
  29. vladsolo56
    vladsolo56 18 May 2013 17: 37 New
    15
    By the way, I remembered the USSR, and thought, but in fact in the USSR there was more freedom than now. Now I feel clamped down on all sides by different laws, regulations, taxes, and even the devil knows what
    1. aviamed90
      aviamed90 18 May 2013 17: 59 New
      +7
      vladsolo56

      And imagine - what is young?
      They see this whole mess and think that it is so! And the fact that it should not be so does not occur to them. And how to convince them?
    2. knn54
      knn54 18 May 2013 19: 39 New
      +1
      vladsolo56: .. in the USSR there was more freedom than now.
      We knew what was possible and what wasn’t, and now we can sit down for both. Under the Bolsheviks, under the Communists we were a GREAT country! And now …
      PS And they were convinced that democracy is the power of oligarchs over the people.
    3. Snoop
      Snoop 18 May 2013 22: 58 New
      +1
      There is a feeling ...
  30. RUS
    RUS 18 May 2013 18: 00 New
    +5
    It’s enough to nostalgic for irrevocable times, and dream of returning the past. In the comments there is a lot of sentimentalism and resentment, we’ll reconcile that now is a new time and a new country, we need to look to the future and deal with new challenges, as the world is changing rapidly, fewer tears and words, more real affairs.
  31. mark021105
    mark021105 18 May 2013 18: 09 New
    +5
    Look at how many officials have bred ... In Russia alone there are more than in the entire USSR ...
    And in those days, I believed that I didn’t just join the ranks ... It's a pity ... It's a pity ...
  32. MMZ
    MMZ 18 May 2013 18: 43 New
    +2
    It remains only to regret that such a great country of the USSR
  33. waisson
    waisson 18 May 2013 18: 47 New
    +4
    I don’t enter into disputes; it’s a pity that it’s not ironic (there are no conscious elements) ---- the article certainly correct affects our patriotic interests
  34. Volkhov
    Volkhov 18 May 2013 18: 50 New
    +4
    Simply "SOVIET COMMUNISTS"were Russian in the way of thought, Gorbachev removed them from the Central Committee by hundreds, now adherents of another god, destroyers of the worlds.
    But destruction is the final process, after the catastrophe creators will be needed again, it will be clear even to the remnants of the electorate.
  35. tor11121
    tor11121 18 May 2013 18: 52 New
    +7
    I watched the video with Pavka Korchagin, I remembered. the most precious thing in a person is life, it is given to him once, and it is necessary to live it in such a way that there is no excruciatingly embarrassing shame for the aimlessly lived Years, so as not to burn the shame for the small petty past, and so that you could say dying. All life, everything forces are given to the most important thing, the struggle for the liberation of mankind. what are the values ​​now?
  36. Alexei
    Alexei 18 May 2013 18: 59 New
    +8
    Union of the indestructible republics free
    Great Russia forever.
    Long live the people's will
    A single, mighty Soviet Union!
    recourse
  37. My doctor
    My doctor 18 May 2013 19: 02 New
    -4
    I read and became sad and I realized that there are people who live dreams of the past and they have no other life except in the past and I thought that Adam was less sad about the lost paradise than they were about his communist Eden since he had to fight for life and he was not worried about the lost
    1. Alexei
      Alexei 18 May 2013 19: 05 New
      +3
      Yeah, the most unfortunate thing is to be happy in the past ...
  38. VadimSt
    VadimSt 18 May 2013 19: 15 New
    +3
    This nostalgia already got us all.

    I found out that I
    There is a huge family -
    And tripod, and woods,
    In the field, each spikelet!

    River, the sky is blue -
    This is all mine!
    This is my motherland!
    I love all in the world!


    Vladimir Orlov "Native"
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  39. pensioner
    pensioner 18 May 2013 19: 21 New
    +5
    for the free radio circle in which I put together my first transistor receiver,



    And I'm on the lamps !!! In 1977 was at a review of the achievements of the DYUT circles.
    it was something !!! From large-scale models of aircraft and ships to robots and radio-controlled aircraft and high-speed cars! That would revive these circles ... The kids will be pulled there, I'm sure.
  40. Sosland
    Sosland 18 May 2013 19: 22 New
    +2
    Quote: smel
    There is nothing to add.

    there is something to add, THANKS. And there is something to think about
  41. vlad
    vlad 18 May 2013 19: 28 New
    +3
    Well, actually, Stalin predicted about these times and said that after all these upheavals in Russia, they would return to the former achievements of the social services. society ...
  42. fatty
    fatty 18 May 2013 19: 32 New
    -12
    Sorry, but I didn’t like the article. It’s odious, pompous and nothing. definitely minus.
    1. vladsolo56
      vladsolo56 18 May 2013 19: 36 New
      0
      Someone about nothing, and someone about everything. if you look around us, it’s immediately clear to whom and about what?
  43. Opera
    Opera 18 May 2013 19: 32 New
    +5
    "... come, dear grandfather, I pray you with God, take me from here ... Have pity on me, an unfortunate orphan .. my life is lost worse than any dog ​​... and such boredom cannot be said to cry ..."
    Not tired of nostalgia and tears to drench ?! What was then was both good and bad - all of ours! There is something to build on and go on! Well, let's go! Look more fun - we have something to do! Or will we write letters to our grandfather’s village and wind snot on a fist ?!
    1. fatty
      fatty 18 May 2013 19: 59 New
      -16
      plus your comment, but I stand my ground, the article is shit, the author-zyuganist is shitty ... honestly, I still haven't decided who is more disgusting than zyuganov or Germans with Chubais.
  44. dc120mm
    dc120mm 18 May 2013 19: 39 New
    15
    smile I was beaten for 8 years when the USSR fell apart and I don’t remember well BUT! Father misses the USSR smile
  45. Alexander-81
    Alexander-81 18 May 2013 19: 49 New
    +3
    all of the above was completely unnecessary. But then the good that was with you, is no more and will not be sad I have no words. auto RU hi hi hi
  46. wulf66
    wulf66 18 May 2013 20: 06 New
    -3
    The article says first of all that Russia ALREADY VERY LONG LOSES INFORM.WARN !!! I think that this article would be VERY relevant to the year of commercials in 1917-19th in the midst of a bloody bacchanalia in which these same Communists pulled the Russian Empire, striking in the back of the warring Homeland. Only regret would not be about the Communists, but about the faithful Monarch. As the saying goes: What we have no regrets, having lost bitterly crying ...
    But with all this, I join the opinion of the author, he himself comes from the USSR.
    1. Dimok
      Dimok 18 May 2013 21: 42 New
      -2
      It was not the Communists who betrayed the monarch, the situation at the front was catastrophic, whites were to blame for the bloody bacchanalia.
  47. datur
    datur 18 May 2013 20: 20 New
    +2
    RUSSIA- ABOVE ALL !!!
    1. fatty
      fatty 18 May 2013 20: 34 New
      -1
      I agree with this, but let the commies go to history. This is not a communist party website.
      1. washi
        washi 1 June 2013 19: 38 New
        0
        history will show who is right
  48. Neolexx1
    Neolexx1 18 May 2013 20: 26 New
    +2
    The article is huge + in solidarity with the author at 700%
  49. lexalex
    lexalex 18 May 2013 20: 36 New
    +2
    And to me from this letter a little something else was noted) Why Dmitry Anatolyevich, and not Vladimir Vladimirovich) Again fear ... But how so, the Supreme authority cannot be mistaken .... Those who are to blame below ... These communists were, yes nobody listened to them ... And who THEN interfered with THEM to speak? KGB? Lying. I myself am a man of those times. Nobody could cope with principled people, and they didn’t get involved ... True, there are no such people left now ... Swamps, n and dosas, hamsters ... Among them there are those who are paid. But there are those who can’t tolerate this injustice. And we then sat on the pope and watched the country that gave us life die, and now we are watching how they dance on its bones ... I don’t exclude myself ... But and tearful articles I do not allow myself. No character - don't show it to others ...
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      1. lexalex
        lexalex 18 May 2013 20: 49 New
        -1
        And you didn’t understand anything ((((As for fagots, look in the mirror) But hatred has not created anything in this world yet, but it has destroyed a lot ...
      2. lexalex
        lexalex 18 May 2013 20: 50 New
        -1
        and yet, at least in Russian it is written separately)
  50. mosgeo1
    mosgeo1 18 May 2013 20: 46 New
    0
    Dear X, You can recall how the libraries of institutes and universities in the USSR went bankrupt, burning their funds, communism, Marxism, and all other creators of our knowledge no worse than the Gestapo. Who did not suit the newly minted Power - the October Revolution, Komsomol members, trade unions, and party members of the CPSU, which have not yet turned into converts. All of them brought out! I hope you remember this chronologically, unlike our modern "HISTORY" - being absurd. Not all, but much has been irretrievably lost! God forgive me for any outpouring, but Putin, the only one who could resist the Moscow mafia of loafers, break off himself, and make the final idiots out of the people! Thank you for your thoughts!
    1. lexalex
      lexalex 18 May 2013 21: 06 New
      +8
      I do not agree with your assessment of the role of Putin. You can’t be a little bit honest, but a little bit honest ... There is no half-truth. If a woman is unfaithful to her husband for money, or under duress, or simply for pleasure, or sometimes, but reluctantly, it does not matter to her husband. For him, she is no longer a wife ... So with the Sovereign ... Corrected there, but not there - relatives, lack of time, you will not see everything, then, not right away ...
      1. mosgeo1
        mosgeo1 19 May 2013 03: 03 New
        0
        If the "Mermaid" or "Ftopmebel" is sailing in your bathroom? - You broke on this. You do not seem to be worth it. Are you offended? In vain! I respect you!
      2. Old warrior
        Old warrior 21 May 2013 16: 13 New
        0
        "I surrendered to the Power as the command of the squadron ..." (c) film "Two Lives". I'm talking about Nicholas II.