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Stalin on the war in Syria

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Stalin on the war in Syria

Knowledge stories can save whole nations, whole countries can die because of not knowing it. Today, for the overwhelming majority of Russian citizens, it is obvious that in Syria the United States and its allies are diligently trying to organize a military conflict. They are trying to plunge the whole Middle East region into war and chaos. Their goal and their method can be formulated very briefly.



"... Recognize our domination voluntarily, and then everything will be in order - otherwise war is inevitable."


Who so accurately described the essence of Western policy?

Comrade Stalin said these words 67 years ago.

Said in response to the famous Churchill's Fulton SpeechSir Winston delivered (without being the prime minister of Britain) in the US city of Fulton 5 March 1946 of the year.


A week later, Stalin replied to Churchill. If you want to understand the modern policy of the Anglo-Saxons, read the interview with the head of the USSR, given almost seven decades ago.

Nothing changed. The same countries, the same goals, the same methods.


In a nutshell, I recall the historical background.


- July 1944 of the year - In the American city of Bretton Wood, contracts were signed that make the dollar "lord of the world." The USSR signs an agreement.

- September 1945 of the year - the end of the Second World War;

- December 1945 of the year - ratification of the Bretton Woods agreements, the USSR refuses to ratify, refuses to give its sovereignty in the hands of the United States and Great Britain;

- March 1946 of the year - Churchill's Fulton speech, the beginning of the Cold War, the “iron curtain” is lowered by the Anglo-Saxons, the beginning of the confrontation of the West with the USSR on all the “fronts” of the planet. At that time, Britain is an official ally of the Soviet Union, which gives Churchill the character of an ultimatum.


Stalin's response to Churchill's Fulton speech


("Truth", 14 March 1946 of the Year)


The other day, one of the Pravda correspondents turned to Comrade. Stalin was asked to clarify a number of issues related to the speech of Mr. Churchill. Tov. Stalin gave appropriate explanations, which are given below in the form of answers to questions from the correspondent.


Question. How do you assess the last speech of Mr. Churchill, delivered by him in the United States of America?


Answer. I regard it as a dangerous act designed to sow the seeds of discord between the Allied states and impede their cooperation.


Question. Can it be considered that Mr. Churchill’s speech harms the cause of peace and security?


Answer. Of course, yes. As a matter of fact, Mr. Churchill is now in the position of the instigators of war. And Mr. Churchill is not alone here - he has friends not only in England, but also in the United States of America. It should be noted that Mr. Churchill and his friends are strikingly reminiscent in this regard of Hitler and his friends. Hitler began the cause of unleashing war by proclaiming racial theory, declaring that only people who speak German represent a full-fledged nation. Mr. Churchill begins a war with racial theory too, arguing that only English-speaking nations are full-fledged nations designed to decide the fate of the whole world. German racial theory led Hitler and his friends to the conclusion that the Germans, as the only fully-fledged nation, should dominate other nations. English racial theory leads Mr. Churchill and his friends to the conclusion that the English-speaking nations, as the only fully-fledged nations, should dominate the rest of the nations of the world.


In fact, Mr. Churchill and his friends in England and the United States impose on nations that do not speak English, something like an ultimatum: recognize our domination voluntarily, and then everything will be all right, otherwise war is inevitable. But nations shed their blood for five years of brutal war for the sake of the freedom and independence of their countries, and not to replace the rule of the Hitlers with the rule of Churchill. Therefore, it is likely that nations that do not speak English and constitute at the same time the vast majority of the world's population will not agree to go into new slavery.


The tragedy of Mr. Churchill is that he, like an inveterate Tory, does not understand this simple and obvious truth.


There is no doubt that the installation of Mr. Churchill is an installation for war, a call for war with the USSR. It is also clear that this installation of Mr. Churchill is incompatible with the existing union treaty between England and the USSR. True, in order to confuse readers, Mr. Churchill states in passing that the term of the Soviet-English agreement on mutual assistance and cooperation could well be extended to 50 years. But how to combine this statement of Mr. Churchill with his installation on the war with the USSR, with his preaching of the war against the USSR? It is clear that these things can not be combined. And if Mr. Churchill, who calls for war with the Soviet Union, at the same time considers it possible to extend the term of the Anglo-Soviet treaty to 50 years, it means that he views this treaty as an empty piece of paper, which he needs only to cover it and disguise their anti-Soviet installation. Therefore, one cannot take seriously the false statements made by Mr. Churchill's friends in England about extending the term of the Soviet-English treaty to 50 and more years. Extension of the contract does not make sense if one of the parties violates the contract and turns it into an empty piece of paper.


Question. How do you assess that part of Mr. Churchill's speech, where he attacks the democratic system of our neighboring European states and where he criticizes the good-neighborly relations established between these states and the Soviet Union?


Answer. This part of Churchill's speech is a mixture of slander elements with elements of rudeness and tactlessness. Mr. Churchill asserts that “Warsaw, Berlin, Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Belgrade, Bucharest, Sofia - all these famous cities and people in their districts are in the Soviet sphere and all are subject to one form or another not only to Soviet influence, but also to Moscow’s increasing control. ” Mr. Churchill qualifies all of these as borderless “expansionist tendencies” of the Soviet Union.


It does not take much effort to show that Mr. Churchill rudely and unceremoniously slanders both Moscow and the neighboring states of the USSR. First, it is completely absurd to talk about the exclusive control of the USSR in Vienna and Berlin, where there are Allied Control Councils from representatives of four states, and the USSR has only of the votes. It happens that other people can not slander, but you still need to know when to stop. Secondly, we must not forget the following circumstance. The Germans invaded the USSR through Finland, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, and Hungary. The Germans could invade through these countries because in these countries there were then governments hostile to the Soviet Union. As a result of the German invasion, the Soviet Union irretrievably lost in fights with the Germans, as well as thanks to the German occupation and the hijacking of the Soviet people in German penal servitude, about seven million people. In other words, the Soviet Union was lost by people several times more than England and the United States of America combined. It is possible that in some places these colossal sacrifices of the Soviet people, which ensured the liberation of Europe from the Hitlerite yoke, are prone to oblivion. But the Soviet Union cannot forget about them. The question is, what can be surprising is that the Soviet Union, wishing to protect itself for the future, is trying to ensure that there are governments in these countries that are loyal to the Soviet Union? How can you, without going mad, qualify these peaceful aspirations of the Soviet Union as expansionist tendencies of our state?


Mr. Churchill further argues that "the Polish government, which was under Russian domination, was encouraged to make enormous and unjust attacks against Germany." There is not a word here, a rude and insulting slander. Modern democratic Poland is led by outstanding people. They proved in practice that they know how to protect the interests and dignity of the homeland in the way their predecessors did not. What is Mr. Churchill's reason to assert that the leaders of present-day Poland can allow in their own country the "domination" of representatives of any foreign states? Is it not because of this that Mr. Churchill is slandering the “Russians” that he intends to sow the seeds of discord in relations between Poland and the Soviet Union? ..


Mr. Churchill is displeased that Poland has made a turn in its policy towards friendship and alliance with the USSR. There was a time when elements of conflicts and contradictions prevailed in the relations between Poland and the USSR. This circumstance made it possible for statesmen like Mr. Churchill to play on these contradictions, to pick up Poland under the guise of protection from Russians, to intimidate Russia with the specter of war between her and Poland, and to preserve the position of arbitrator. But this time is a thing of the past, because the enmity between Poland and Russia has given way to friendship between them, and Poland, modern democratic Poland, does not want to be a playing ball in the hands of foreigners. It seems to me that it is precisely this circumstance that causes Mr. Churchill to irritation and pushes him to rude, tactless antics against Poland. It's no joke to say: he is not allowed to play for someone else's account ...


As for Mr. Churchill’s attacks on the Soviet Union, in connection with the expansion of Poland’s western borders at the expense of Polish territories captured in the past by the Germans, here it seems to me that he is clearly distorting the maps. As is known, the decision on the western borders of Poland was taken at the Berlin Conference of the Three Powers on the basis of the demands of Poland. The Soviet Union has repeatedly stated that it considers the demands of Poland correct and fair. It is likely that Mr. Churchill is unhappy with this decision. But why Mr. Churchill, not sparing the arrows against the position of the Russians on this issue, hides from his readers the fact that the decision was made at the Berlin Conference unanimously that not only Russians, but also British and Americans voted for the decision? Why did Mr. Churchill need to mislead people?


Mr. Churchill argues further that “the communist parties, which were very small in all these Eastern European states, have achieved exceptional strength far outnumbered, and seek to establish totalitarian control everywhere, the police governments prevail in almost all these countries and to the present time, with the exception of Czechoslovakia, there is no genuine democracy in them. ”


As it is known, in England one party controls the state now, the Labor Party, and the opposition parties are deprived of the right to participate in the government of England. This is what Mr. Churchill called genuine democracy. In Poland, Romania, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Hungary, a bloc of several parties controls - from four to six parties - and the opposition, if it is more or less loyal, is guaranteed the right to participate in the government. This is what Mr. Churchill calls totalitarianism, tyranny, and police. Why, on what basis, do not expect an answer from Mr. Churchill. Mr. Churchill does not understand the ridiculous position in which he puts himself with his noisy speeches about totalitarianism, tyranny, and the police.


Mr. Churchill would like Poland to be ruled by Sosnkovsky and Anders, Yugoslavia by Mikhailovich and Pavelic, Romania by Prince Stirbey and Radescu, Hungary and Austria by some king from the house of the Habsburgs, etc. Mr. Churchill wants to reassure us that these gentlemen from the fascist gateways can provide "true democracy". Such is the "democracy" of Mr. Churchill.


Mr. Churchill wanders around the truth when he talks about the growing influence of the communist parties in Eastern Europe. It should, however, be noted that it is not entirely accurate. The influence of the communist parties grew not only in Eastern Europe, but in almost all European countries where fascism previously dominated (Italy, Germany, Hungary, Bulgaria, Finland) or where German, Italian or Hungarian occupation took place (France, Belgium, Holland, Norway , Denmark, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Greece, the Soviet Union, etc.).


The growing influence of the Communists can not be considered an accident. It is a completely natural phenomenon. The influence of the communists grew because in the difficult years of the domination of fascism in Europe, the communists turned out to be reliable, courageous, selfless fighters against the fascist regime for the freedom of nations. Mr. Churchill sometimes recalls in his speeches about “ordinary people from small houses”, lordly patting them on the shoulder and pretending to be their friend. But these people are not as simple as it may seem at first glance. They, “ordinary people”, have their own views, their own politics, and they know how to stand up for themselves. It was they, millions of these “ordinary people,” who had dabbed Mr. Churchill and his party in England, casting their votes for the Laborites. It was they, millions of these “ordinary people”, who isolated reactionaries in Europe, supporters of cooperation with fascism, and preferred left-wing democratic parties. It was they, millions of these “ordinary people” who, having experienced the communists in the fire of struggle and resistance to fascism, decided that the communists fully deserve the trust of the people. This is how the influence of the communists grew in Europe. Such is the law of historical development.


Of course, Mr. Churchill does not like this development of events, and he sounded the alarm, appealing to force. But he also did not like the appearance of the Soviet regime in Russia after the First World War. He also sounded the alarm and organized a military campaign of the “14 states” against Russia, setting himself the goal of turning back the wheel of history. But the story turned out to be stronger than Churchill's intervention, and Churchill's quixotic habits led to the fact that he suffered a complete defeat. I do not know whether Mr. Churchill and his friends will succeed in organizing a new campaign against “Eastern Europe” after World War II. But if they succeed, which is unlikely, because millions of “ordinary people” are guarding the affairs of the world, then it can be said with confidence that they will be beaten just like they were in the past, 26 years ago.

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  1. borisjdin1957
    borisjdin1957 25 September 2013 06: 59 New
    16
    from the Don.
    Stalin lived, Stalin alive, Stalin will live for the Anglo-Saxons!
    1. vladimirZ
      vladimirZ 25 September 2013 08: 51 New
      13
      The clever politician was Joseph Vissarionovich! I saw the essence in everything. Genius!
      The aggressiveness of the USA and England, their predatory essence, was seen and prepared for a potential threat, the defense of the USSR.
      And it is gratifying to note that he called us any "Soviet people", or as they call it now the inconveniently pronounced "Russians", and is short and understandable to all "Russians", regardless of the nation.
      By the way, Stalin called himself "Russian of Georgian origin" and was proud that he was Russian.
      1. slacker
        slacker 25 September 2013 11: 24 New
        +2
        Stalin - the greatest mind in the history of mankind! I bow and admire!
    2. Siberian German
      Siberian German 25 September 2013 19: 28 New
      +1
      and it would be nice for our elite to live
  2. albai
    albai 25 September 2013 07: 08 New
    +8
    The British have never been friends of Russia! And their essence was fully revealed by Stalin
    Of course, Mr. Churchill does not like this development of events, and he sounded the alarm, appealing to force. But he also did not like the appearance of the Soviet regime in Russia after the First World War. He also sounded the alarm and organized a military campaign of the “14 states” against Russia, setting himself the goal of turning back the wheel of history. But the story turned out to be stronger than Churchill's intervention, and Churchill's quixotic habits led to the fact that he suffered a complete defeat. I do not know whether Mr. Churchill and his friends will succeed in organizing a new campaign against “Eastern Europe” after World War II. But if they succeed, which is unlikely, because millions of “ordinary people” are guarding the affairs of the world, then it can be said with confidence that they will be beaten just like they were in the past, 26 years ago.
    This nation of merchants will be overcome only by great force. It must be lowered to the level of at least the countries of Scandinavia. They steamed with their swagger.
  3. FC SKIF
    FC SKIF 25 September 2013 07: 10 New
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    Ay, Stalin, well done! He brought the Anglo-Saxons to clean water. Nothing in the politics of these "lords of the seas" does not change. Scavengers, in a word, and instigators.
    1. Edward72
      Edward72 25 September 2013 07: 38 New
      +7
      When I re-read everything of V. Pikul, I already realized that the Anglicos didn’t do anything with their own hands, but only pitted the peoples for war and at the end they came and took everything they needed. Yes, and how can they be treated if they built their power on blood .
  4. treskoed
    treskoed 25 September 2013 07: 11 New
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    We must also recall the attitude of Stalin to the embezzlers and re-singers of the West!
  5. Valery Neonov
    Valery Neonov 25 September 2013 07: 17 New
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    Stalin is a big politician and strategist, it’s indisputable, it’s time to learn from his experience in the fight against both external and INTERNAL the enemy. hi
  6. Dart weyder
    Dart weyder 25 September 2013 07: 21 New
    +6
    yes - you can’t say more precisely ..... but they all lie too .... and I’ll ceaselessly ...... well, the Great Mind of the Great Man described everything back then, and the intentions of the
  7. andruha70
    andruha70 25 September 2013 07: 26 New
    +7
    "... Recognize our domination voluntarily, and then everything will be in order - otherwise war is inevitable."
    Who so accurately described the essence of Western policy?
    Comrade Stalin said these words 67 years ago.
    I won’t write anything ... I’ll go and fuck 100 g (albeit in the morning) for this MAN !!! good
    1. marsavin.yu
      marsavin.yu 25 September 2013 09: 52 New
      +2
      Drink vodka, destroy yourself, to the delight of the enemies of Russia. Better do some good deed ...
      1. andruha70
        andruha70 25 September 2013 11: 27 New
        +2
        firstly, not vodka, but cognac ... winked I haven’t tried vodka for 10 years already ... secondly, you and I didn’t drink at Brudershaft ... so that you poke me ... and in the third, do you thoroughly write about good deeds? or do you yourself, at least write about one good deed? hi
  8. Alikovo
    Alikovo 25 September 2013 07: 40 New
    +2
    quote from cod mw3: the hypocrisy of the west turns the whole world into a battlefield.
  9. Gennady1973
    Gennady1973 25 September 2013 07: 43 New
    +3
    If in 1945 Stalin stopped the troops not in Berlin and on the shores of the Atlantic there would be neither "Western Europe nor" Eastern ", and there would be a" European Union "even for this the British who had waited 3 years before the opening of the second front should thank him and not scream about the "expansionist trend" of the Soviet Union.
  10. Llirik
    Llirik 25 September 2013 09: 19 New
    +1
    No one in the West needs a strong Russia. And it is in our power to do so that we become only stronger. The information war is coming! We observe the mobilization of info-warriors and their teachings on this portal.
  11. sergey72
    sergey72 25 September 2013 09: 51 New
    +4
    I have one card here ..
    1. Mareman Vasilich
      Mareman Vasilich 25 September 2013 10: 20 New
      +3
      Because there to take a fuck, so she didn’t go there.
  12. Mareman Vasilich
    Mareman Vasilich 25 September 2013 10: 06 New
    +2
    Grandfather Stalin, probably the only one who always knew how to insert the Anglo-Saxons between the legs correctly.
  13. erased
    erased 25 September 2013 10: 35 New
    0
    Well, of course, Stalin is right. Just the point. The West has triumphed and is now dictating the will to the whole world. Including Russia. The states are too strong, and while Russia is bending over from internal problems, it will never cope with such an enemy. And the power of the Russian Federation is controlled by the West, so there is no question of any independent policy, alas.
  14. Sergey Medvedev
    Sergey Medvedev 25 September 2013 10: 56 New
    +7
    I remembered an old joke.
    These days, they cloned Stalin.
    Joseph Vissarionovich got acquainted with the situation - read newspapers, watched TV. Gathered people at the congress. He says - "I put two issues on the agenda: 1. To shoot the entire government and deputies; 2. To paint the Kremlin in green." A man holds up his hand: "Tell me, Comrade Stalin, why should the Kremlin be painted green?" I.V. Stalin: I see. So there is no objection to the first paragraph!
  15. DEfindER
    DEfindER 25 September 2013 12: 58 New
    0
    Unfortunately, now the story is repeating before our eyes, in a recent speech, Obamych emphasized the exclusivity of the American people and called for war .. I hope the American people themselves will not allow this, because as it turned out, in history they understand more than the Amer’s leadership itself ..
  16. Stalinets
    Stalinets 25 September 2013 23: 33 New
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    I.V. Stalin, was a wise and far-sighted politician. It is also very courageous. And who, besides everything, perished in the struggle with the world government. Not sure if words about exclusivity can be attributed to Americans. There is not a large religious part that preaches Judeo - Christian values. You may not believe in such an oxymoron, but it's true. Americans are more likely to chop off their shoulders, not really thinking about the consequences. If we take the Jewish component, which is also the "Americans", then by itself, these are exceptional, like the Zionists. All appearances in the media disinformation are not related to the Americans. The owner of these SMDs, all have dual citizenship for ALL are Zionists. Like all Zionists at the head of England. The last offspring was cut off by the rabbi. This should speak of something .... Rather, there is a deadly fight of some kind of "Israeli tribes" with Ashkinases. And as always with the hands of the goyim of the whole world. yes