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Eminence grise. December 2 - 90 anniversary of the birth of the "architect of perestroika" A.N. Yakovleva

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Eminence grise. December 2 - 90 anniversary of the birth of the "architect of perestroika" A.N. YakovlevaIn the autumn of 1990, my friend and colleague from the Red Star, and then already the editor-in-chief of the Military History Journal, General Victor Filatov, frankly, did it by publishing in his monthly magazine the chapters from the odious Mein Kampf. This action strongly outraged German Chancellor Helmut Kohl and called Gorbachev. Say, we have for imprinting the writings of Hitler in jail, and you have respected their military journal. But now it will be a question of the man who always moved Gorbachev like a puppeteer with his puppets - about Alexander Nikolaevich Yakovlev.


In TASS, where I worked as a war correspondent with the Minister of Defense, it was he who came to investigate and make a decision. The general called me to the office where his deputies were Anatoly Krasikov, Vyacheslav Kevorkov and the head of the Military-political editorial board Nikolay Komarov. It was to this “narrow circle of limited persons” that a member of the Presidential Council of the USSR expressed his stormy indignation. He said that the incident happened, in principle, unheard of, crying out of the ordinary. That such a disgrace should be given a proper rigid assessment by the Minister of Defense himself. This general should, of course, be demoted to the rank and file. But to drive out of the army - at least. And you need to do everything quickly - by tomorrow!

Not the first time I listened to Alexander Nikolaevich, and this happened in different audiences. Usually, he gave the impression of a mature, balanced, somewhere even a wise pastor, in a fatherly way of teaching the flock.

And here I went out of myself. Yes Filatov made a foolish thing. But why, in the days of that “publicity”, is it too nervous to rush to us from Old Square? Yes, and elementary it was possible to settle the situation in the Kremlin "turntable". Clever Vyacheslav Yervandovich, KGB general and former assistant Yu.V. Andropov, I interpreted everything objectively when we left the General's office. “Gorbachev’s power,” said Kevorkov, “is not just anemic and sluggish — no longer. The country therefore stands at the edge of the abyss, from which it breathes the icy breath of civil war, hunger and cold. A confused demagogic rattling society can only be brought to life by military force, which the Yukorlev nukers, Korotich types, have not yet been able to completely destroy. And then, as if by order, your friend Filatov was substituted. "Our gray cardinal" and embeds from all calibers in the military. For him, this is a great excuse to once again "lower" and put in place. Give this to Yazov. Let him not be nervous, he has support ... ".

Having gathered into a fist all the polite given to me by nature, I went to the Minister of Defense. Dmitry Timofeevich listened carefully to my report, scratched his head. “This is what,” he said, “it is necessary to write so that the sheep are intact and the wolves are full. That is, so that Mikhail Sergeyevich and Kohl were satisfied, but that I also did not sprinkle ashes on my head as much as Yakovlev craves. Yes, and Victor must be covered. You understood me?"

What is there not to understand. I prepared a speech for the marshal. He read it, something, I do not remember, corrected, and then says: “It’s not good in the preamble: Hitler and right there my name is. And let us, we will dissolve us of your hohlatskaya. Do you mind? ”-“ Even the mail is an honor. But it is not customary to indicate the name of a TASS correspondent in this kind of landmark publications. ”-“ Nothing, I'll call your Spiridonov. But at the same time I warn you that Yakovlev would not pick at my speech. He doesn’t really like our military brother. ”

It was in Dmitriy Timofeevich that the diplomat spoke. Because Alexander Nikolaevich with all his heart, fiercely and practically his entire adult life, hated the Soviet government, the party and all those structures that supported them. And he did so much for their collapse, like no other shifter from the highest echelon of Soviet and party power, including Khrushchev, Gorbachev, Yeltsin, Shevardnadze, and the smaller ones - Sobchak, Burbulis, Popov, etc.

But Yakovlev did not particularly like the army and the KGB. In the so-called post-perestroika times, he spoke about this a lot and often.

Like any Soviet agitpolitpropovets, he was distinguished by heightened demagogicity, inert language and a complete lack of publicism. But at the same time, he possessed real revolutionary conspiracy. No joke, by his own admission, he understood in 1944 year: something is wrong with this power. And in subsequent years only strengthened in its conclusion. Moreover, he did everything in his power to overthrow the hated government. In this sense, Stirlitz is no good for Yakovlev, and not that he doesn’t worth his little finger.

Just think of some kind of a member of the Nazi Party with 1933, Standardsführer SS. Yes, our hero, through hard work, ostentatious and hypocritical diligence, was marshaling, demiurgists of the Soviet government, becoming a member of the Politburo! At the same time in every way undermining it.

“It all began with such a philosophical state as doubt in the sincerity of the speech of this or that Kremlin leader. After all, I participated in the writing of these speeches. And we all understood very well that much of what was written was bullshit. But not only we understood. An increasing number of people began to realize that we live a triple life: we think one thing, say another, and act on the third. The difficulty in what it was - how to translate these doubts and increasing protest into practical actions. At one time, I sympathized with dissidents. And I realized that the dissidents can not do anything. In the end, I came to one conclusion: this wild system can only be blown up from the inside, using its totalitarian spring - the party.

Using such factors as discipline and the confidence that the Secretary General had brought up over the years, to the Politburo: if the General says so, it means so. In addition, when Gorbachev came to the highest party post, we used the fact that all party leaders began their activities with broadcasting statements: about freedom (in the socialist sense, of course), about socialist democracy, that we have the highest culture , the best life, and if it wasn't for these damned imperialists, everything would be fine. So we started from all this. At the April plenum, it was all swallowed. Although there in the report already sounded the thesis about the freedom of social choice. Swallowed. There was a thesis on the development of democracy - in two or three cases without the epithet “socialist”. Swallowed. Glimpsed words about the initiative of people as a primacy, the basis of the development of society. Swallowed. The boasting to the wise leadership of the Communist Party was reduced. No one was indignant: how, everything is approved by the Politburo, therefore, that is how it should be; let the new general secretary talk, show what a wide guy he is; we will do something anyway.

When did orthodoxes get worried? In the 1987 year, after the January plenum, where we raised the question of alternative elections. It came to many then: they are digging for me, because they will not reelect me. After all, what is interesting is that the entire nomenklatura knew perfectly well that they would not be re-elected in free elections. And indeed, in the very first election, many secretaries of regional committees and regional committees were not elected. But this was only the very beginning ... ".

Let us return, however, to how Yakovlev smashed the backbone of the state — the army. Egor Ligachev’s assistant Valery Legostaev recalls: “Constantly being encouraged by his inner circle, in which Yakovlev had already played an important role, Gorbachev was looking for an excuse for reprisal against the opposition, as he believed, the leadership of the USSR Armed Forces. It was him who delivered him at school hours on the tail of his sports airplane Matthias Rust. As a result, Gorbachev, ruled by Yakovlev, put 150 generals and officers on trial. It was not only the leadership of the Air Defense Forces led by the Marshal that was displaced aviation Koldunov, but also the Minister of Defense, Marshal Sokolov, with all his deputies, the chief of the General Staff and his two first deputies, the commander in chief and chief of staff of the Warsaw Treaty Allied Forces, all the commanders of the military groups in Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia and Hungary, all the commanders fleets and all district commanders. In several districts, commanders were replaced repeatedly.

The wave of Gorbachev's purge, at least, the level of command of the divisions, and, perhaps, went even lower. As a result of the operation, the leadership of the Soviet army was virtually beheaded.

Somehow in the early days of June, Yakovlev appeared unexpectedly in my office in my office. The broad face of the rough face of the AN shone with a triumphant smile. He was in a frankly elevated, almost festive mood. Right from the threshold, triumphantly putting his palms out in front of him, he blurted out: "In! All hands are covered in blood! Elbows!" From the agitated explanations that followed, it turned out that my guest is returning from the next meeting of the Politburo, which held personnel disassembly in connection with the Rust case. The outcome of this meeting led Yakovlev to such an enthusiastic and victorious state. His hands were “in the blood” of the defeated foe. ”

"Remember the rallies" in defense of the army "a year ago? Remember posters dedicated to me? On one thing - I am in the perspective of the sight, with the inscription: “This time we will not miss!” And one more with the words: “Yakovlev is a CIA agent,” he said.

In the late eighties - early nineties in the country, only a lazy and so-called liberal did not say that Yakovlev was a CIA agent. The chairman of the KGB, Kryuchkov, stated this directly and many times. In his book "The Personal File," he writes that he even laid out irrefutable evidence before Gorbachev! When the same defense minister Yazov was asked, Yakovlev and Shevardnadze were not note-takers of the West, he shrugged his shoulders: “Yes, the devil knows him, although he may even be.”

It was really hard to learn. Yes, and what, in essence, is the difference: was Yakovlev an agent or wasn’t, if in life, as they say, he acted precisely as a real, exemplary agent. The West has never had such a powerful and powerful figure as this one.

“I was accused at all congresses and plenary meetings for six years that I, along with Shevardnadze and Gorbachev, ruined the communist movement. And in a sense, it is. We, two or three "non-stoned" from the Politburo, all the time had to make compromises. Here a little cajole, there is a little retreat. Unleash, we go further. And the situation developed forward. ”


He had a great biography that was brilliant according to Soviet canons. Born in the poorest peasant family of the Yaroslavl region. In the Great Patriotic War he fought on the Volkhov front - he commanded a platoon as part of the 6-th separate brigade of marines. He was badly wounded.

At the front he became a communist. After the war he graduated historical Faculty of Yaroslavl State Pedagogical Institute. K.D. Ushinsky. In parallel with his studies, he headed the department of military-physical training. He studied at the Higher Party School under the Central Committee of the CPSU for a year. He worked in the newspaper "Northern Worker" in the Yaroslavl Regional Committee of the CPSU. Then - an instructor of the apparatus of the Central Committee of the CPSU. Thanks to the strongest double-namesake protagonist Shelepin, he trained at Columbia University in the United States with the future notorious KGB general Kalugin. Then he worked in various leadership positions in the CPSU Central Committee. He defended his Ph.D. and, in 1967, his doctoral dissertation on the historiography of US foreign policy doctrines, vigorously denouncing imperialism.

... For the first time, Yakovlev declared himself in the full voice of the fall of 1972 of the year, publishing in the Literary Gazette an article "Against anti-historicism." It contained a very significant credo of the author. “Enjoying the patriarchal way of life, the home-building mores - this is a speech against Lenin and his assessments of the peasantry. He who does not understand this, in essence, leads a dispute with the dialectic of Lenin's view of the peasantry, with the socialist practice of reorganizing the countryside, "is in direct conflict with Lenin." “With whom, in this case, are our zealots of the patriarchal village fighting, and where are they calling?” Citing a phrase from one book that the hero does not agree with Chernyshevsky’s words about Russians as “nations of slaves,” A. Yakovlev backlash “beat mob on tinsel”: “The controversy goes not only with Chernyshevsky, but also with Lenin”! In the same way, he dealt with any, even the most cautious attempts to say something good about Orthodoxy. "In many verses we meet with the chanting of churches and icons, and this is already a question not a poetic one." "We do not forget that under the arches of the temples the bayonets of the punishers were sanctified, they stifled the first Russian revolution ... the most" democratic "religion is ultimately reactionary, it is an ideology of spiritual slavery."

Then there was a huge, detailed list of the many names of the "Russian-speaking". The author did not forget about “leaven patriotism”, “chauvinism” and “anti-Semitism”. In a word, the article caused a flurry of indignation of the patriots.

The clever author was instantly sent as ambassador of the USSR to Canada for as many 10 years. And there, under the shade of a maple leaf, the Yaroslavl would wait for the pension if he had not met Gorbachev in time and could not charm the latter. The future “messiah from perestroika” convinced Secretary General Andropov: a great guru is sitting in Canada and urgently needs to be returned for great things.

Years later, Yakovlev will “thank” both his patrons: “Yuri Andropov is a cunning, cunning and highly experienced person. Nowhere really studied. The organizer of moral repression, constant pressure on the intelligentsia — exile, expulsion, prisons, mental hospitals. ”

“Mikhail Sergeyevich really ... with personnel errors, he always surprised me, I must say. A stupid man, quite educated, well-read. There is also a political instinct. But what is a mystery to me - absolutely did not understand people. For example, Kravchenko was not suitable for him as chair of the State TV and Radio Company. And at the presidential council voted against. And he: "Well, whatever you want - but I still appoint."

As for Yakovlev himself, he was undoubtedly a great dock in the frames. Alexander Nikolayevich unmistakably knew how to find suitable people who later became Stakhanov and helped him in destroying the “evil empire”.

So in the summer of 1991, he, together with A.I. Volsky, N.Ya. Petrakov, G.Kh. Popov, A.A. Sobchak, I.S. Silaev, S.S. Shatalin, E.A. Shevardnadze, A.V. Rutskim signs an appeal on the creation of the Movement for Democratic Reforms (DDR) and is included in its Political Council. And at different times, his closest assistants were: Vitaly Korotich, Vasily Aksenov, director Yuri Lyubimov, oligarch Boris Berezovsky, traitor Oleg Kalugin ... Yakovlev personally appointed editors of Moscow News"," Soviet Culture "," Izvestia ", the magazines" Twinkle "," Banner "," New World "- that is, the entire perestroika clip of the media. In the future, it was these publications that became the mouthpiece of the “perestroika” - read the destructive ideology.

In the summer of 1985, Yakovlev becomes head of the propaganda department of the CPSU Central Committee. At the June (1987) plenary session, he was elected a member of the Politburo of the CPSU Central Committee - chairman of the Commission of the Politburo of the Central Committee on additional study of materials related to repression. From that moment on, Alexander Yakovlevich takes almost all the reins of the multi-armed and multi-faced monster, who was nourished by international imperialism, and which was called upon to destroy, destroy the socialist country, party, army, KGB, to break all other government bonds. In those years, a similar conclusion would have laughed. And today we see: this is exactly how it was.

Ubiquitous battles against the system were, of course, numerous Yakovlev landsknechts. But in crucial, crucial moments of the battle, the corresponding member took the initiative.

So he personally smashed Nina Andreeva in the newspaper “Soviet Russia” with the symbolic title “I can’t sacrifice principles”. (I share with all the principal!) He personally made a report on the consequences of the non-aggression treaty between the USSR and Germany (the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact) and the secret protocols to it in 1939 year. He also promoted the “Katyn case”, which became the key to Poland’s endless and permanent claims on Russia and the full legalization of Polish hatred towards Russians. And the titanic work of the disprovers bore the corresponding fruits. At the very end of December 1991, under the supervision of Yakovlev, there was a transfer of power from the President of the USSR, MS Gorbachev President of Russia B.N. Yeltsin. Alexander Nikolaevich had the full and legal right to take a breath. To the journalist's question: whether he and his “ward” Gorbachev think about going back to big-time politics, now the academician imposingly replied: “Why? The opportunity is very small. This can only be an accident, not a pattern. I think working with the Foundation, Mikhail Sergeyevich and I will bring more benefit to the country. ” An, there it was!

“People often ask me: did we think when we started restructuring, what would be the result? Do you agree with what is happening now? My answer is this: no one, including us, could have foreseen, painted by the day what would happen. But ideally, of course, our Reformation, the great Reformation, did not imply such a sharp decline in the living standards of the people. And, of course, it never occurred to anyone, for me personally, for example, that democratization in itself, or rather the establishment of democratic procedures, will lead to such a sharp clash of authorities. I still did not think that, despite the most brutal resistance to the reformation, the front of the resisting would be so extensive, and the resistance so long. It seemed to me that the word “freedom” and the organizational form rising above it — democracy will take over the person, will carry it away. And for the sake of this, people may suffer material hardships, go to self-restraint, pacify their ambitions. It seemed that under the onslaught of circumstances, even evil would somehow moderate itself. In other words, I was, in fact, a romantic. But a romantic who builds his ideas on the assumptions of the fundamental plan: human nature, his eternal desire for freedom, democracy, self-expression, initiative ... Probably, in all of our reform efforts, we underestimated the dependent character of society, the infection of the huge mass of people with lumpenism ... They underestimated lumpenism as a phenomenon. ”

Well, of course, the people in everything was guilty. Not appreciated Yaroslavl romance. And he again rushed into battle to correct him.

He became chairman of the Rehabilitation Commission for Victims of Political Repression. The former, under the Politburo of the CPSU Central Committee, was not enough for him. I wanted to dig under the entire Soviet period. At the same time he headed the television and radio company Ostankino. (It was with him that our television began to turn both in form and in content into the trash!). He also became chairman of the Board of Directors of ORT, co-chair of the Congress of the intelligentsia of Russia. He headed the funds "Democracy", mercy and health, a certain club "Leonardo". This was not enough, so he organized the Russian Party of Social Democracy. The crown of all the bustling activities of the unusually prolific agitpolitpropovets was the appeal to the Russian and world public about the need for trial of Bolshevism and the investigation of Leninist-Stalinist crimes. And then we are surprised that Western countries make us rewrite history!

Diligent efforts of Yakovlev to humiliate his own country are appreciated in the West. He was awarded a large officer's cross of the Order of Merit (Germany), the Commander's Cross of the Order of Merit for the Republic of Poland, the Order of Gediminas (Republic of Lithuania), the Order of Three Crosses (Republic of Latvia), the Order of Terra Mariana (Republic of Estonia) ). Of course, Gorbachev is far away in terms of awards. Well, so the man fought on the invisible front.

Yakovlev is the author of 25 books translated into many languages. “The torments of perusal of being”, “Preface. Collapse Afterword, Bitter Bowl, Relics and Firs, Comprehension, Krestosev, The Memory Pools, Twilight ... But among those written, the Black Book of Communism stands out: “I studied a lot and corrosively works of Marx, Engels, Lenin and Stalin, Mao and other "classics" of Marxism, the founders of a new religion - the religion of hatred, revenge and atheism. Long ago, more than 40 years ago, I realized that Marxism-Leninism is not a science, but journalism is cannibalistic and Samoyed. Since I lived and worked in the highest "orbits" of the regime, including the highest one - in the Politburo of the Central Committee of the CPSU under Gorbachev, I was well aware that all these theories and plans were nonsense, and the main thing on which the regime rested was nomenclature apparatus, personnel, people, actors. Figures were different: smart, stupid, just fools. But all were cynics. One and all, and I - including. Publicly prayed to the false Kumir, the ritual was holiness, true convictions - kept to yourself. After the 20th Congress, we often discussed the problems of democratization of the country and society in the super-narrow circle of our closest friends and like-minded people. They chose a simple, like a sledgehammer, method of propagating the "ideas" of the late Lenin. A group of true and not imaginary reformers developed (of course, orally) the following plan: Lenin's authority to strike at Stalin, at Stalinism. And then, if successful, Plekhanov and Social Democracy beat Lenin, liberalism and "moral socialism" - revolutionaryism in general. The Soviet totalitarian regime could be destroyed only through publicity and totalitarian discipline of the party, while hiding behind the interests of improving socialism. Looking back, I can proudly say that the ingenious, but very simple tactic — the mechanisms of totalitarianism against the system of totalitarianism — worked. ”

Solzhenitsyn also fought against totalitarianism. How could he, fought against the system, but for Russia and its disadvantaged people. Yakovlev, on the other hand, surreptitiously fought against socialism, and against the country, and against its confused people.

It is simply amazing that such a powerful, extraordinary mind was spent by man solely for evil and hatred. They literally feed every line of the numerous essays of this sharpened misanthrope. It is enough just to read the titles of his works - completely black, despondent and hopeless. But millions of people even then lived, loved, worked, raised children, defended their homeland.

A former colleague of Yakovlev in the Politburo, the chairman of the KGB of the USSR Kryuchkov admitted that Alexander Nikolayevich never recalled anything good from his past life. Or - caustically, derogatory, or - with hatred. He never loved “this unwashed country,” and from the long full life abroad, he was physically just to animals, and hated her to colic. Sometimes I even feel sorry for him, who has gone to another world, without having experienced any joy from his long life in the world of this sublunary. Which, of course, was different under socialism. But more often still beautiful. There is no other way for the world to be ...
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  1. Denis
    Denis 4 December 2013 08: 11 New
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    But Yakovlev did not particularly like the army and the KGB. In the so-called post-perestroika times, he talked about this a lot and often spoke out
    Too bad I'm not hanged
    1. 225chay
      225chay 5 December 2013 06: 15 New
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      Quote: Denis
      Too bad I'm not hanged

      a scoundrel, a recruited agent of Western intelligence services, a flipside ideologist of communism and then his own funeral, that is, a politician ... forgive.
      destroyer of the USSR organizer of the hidden genocide of the Russian people ...
  2. PPL
    PPL 4 December 2013 08: 22 New
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    Is it a joke, by his own admission, back in 1944 he realized: something is wrong with this power.

    However, this did not prevent him in August 1944 from joining the party and holding on to it until 1991.
    And in subsequent years, only strengthened in its conclusion.

    Well, what can you say? Indeed - a true "Aryan". request
  3. vlad.svargin
    vlad.svargin 4 December 2013 08: 41 New
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    Thanks to Shelepin’s strongest double namesake protégé, he trained at Columbia University in the United States with future notorious KGB general Kalugin. Then he worked in various leadership positions in the CPSU Central Committee. He defended his Ph.D. and, in 1967, his doctoral dissertation on the historiography of US foreign policy doctrines, zealously denouncing imperialism.


    Right from the doorway, triumphantly holding out his palms in front of him, he blurted out: "All my hands are covered in blood! Up to the elbows!" From the subsequent excited explanations, it turned out that my guest was returning from a regular Politburo meeting, at which a personnel showdown was being held in connection with the Rust case. The results of this meeting brought Yakovlev into such an ecstatic and victorious state. His hands were "in the blood" of the defeated adversaries. "


    In the summer of 1985, Yakovlev becomes head of the propaganda department of the CPSU Central Committee. At the June (1987) plenary session, he was elected a member of the Politburo of the CPSU Central Committee - chairman of the Commission of the Politburo of the Central Committee on additional study of materials related to repression. From that moment on, Alexander Yakovlevich takes almost all the reins of the multi-armed and multi-faced monster, who was nourished by international imperialism, and which was called upon to destroy, destroy the socialist country, party, army, KGB, to break all other government bonds. In those years, a similar conclusion would have laughed. And today we see: this is exactly how it was.

    The life and track record of a gray "mole" who needs an aspen stake for his grave so that this rubbish would not come to us in a different guise. No wonder this bastard even once was sent a coffin in front of the door alive ...
    1. Anatole Klim
      Anatole Klim 4 December 2013 13: 48 New
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      Quote: vlad.svargin
      who needs an aspen stake on the grave so that this rubbish would come to us in another form

      There is enough such rubbish in modern Russia at all levels and spheres. The USSR was destroyed, now they are trying to Russia. If there are enough aspen trees, a whole forest is needed. Burn evil spirits with hot iron!
      1. arnulla
        arnulla 4 December 2013 15: 21 New
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        An ice ax is better ...
    2. 225chay
      225chay 5 December 2013 06: 16 New
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      Quote: vlad.svargin
      No wonder this scumbag was sent to a living coffin before the door ...

      there was no Man who would slap him as a traitor ...
  4. pensioner
    pensioner 4 December 2013 08: 45 New
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    Quote: vlad.svargin
    The KGB did not particularly like Yakovlev.

    It is a pity that the "office" did not reciprocate to him ... Or it could ...
    1. Orang
      Orang 4 December 2013 12: 47 New
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      Hardly. At that time (60-80s), a figure of this level would have been dismissed as a maximum. Like everyone is tired of shocks, let's sit on the rail ... straight. The quietest Leonid Ilyich is to blame, for good reason, such connivance began with him. Satisfied in the end.
      1. pensioner
        pensioner 4 December 2013 13: 14 New
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        Quote: Orang
        The quietest Leonid Ilyich is to blame, for good reason, such connivance began with him.

        Yes. It seems that it was so ... But how could a front-line soldier, and even a marine (!!) become a traitor ????? Does not fit in the head ...
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        2. Alex 241
          Alex 241 4 December 2013 13: 20 New
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          Yuri is just like Penkovsky.
          1. pensioner
            pensioner 4 December 2013 13: 57 New
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            Yes, yes, yes ... There was a program on this topic on the Star. It's been a while already. Also did not find the answer to the question: "How is THAT possible ??". An unpredictable creature is a man ...
          2. 222222
            222222 4 December 2013 15: 57 New
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            alex 241 SU Today, 13: 2
            And the mole in the Aquarium is the general of the Poles. 24 years old rattled. and after the trial he was so quickly shot. Seen a thread to the very top led ??? The case is not for the hunchback with Yakovlev ... ????????????????????
            The story of general lieutenant Guliev .....
            http://tayni.info/8094/
        3. Orang
          Orang 4 December 2013 17: 49 New
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          Yes, because everyone was indebted to the socialist Motherland, then the social elevators worked well, and such a vile ingratitude.
    2. 225chay
      225chay 5 December 2013 06: 17 New
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      Quote: retired
      It is a pity that the "office" did not reciprocate to him ... Or it could ...

      there in the office already teeming with traitors ....
    3. Uhe
      Uhe 6 December 2013 00: 56 New
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      There were many like-minded Yakovlev, who later led to the power of Hunchback. Of course, they were not going to destroy the USSR, but there were plans to abandon socialism and the Soviet system. For this, Humpback and Yakovlev were dragged onto the stage. And he didn’t like it, because, apparently, there were papers on him, so until the end of his life he was afraid that his affairs could show him.
  5. paul72
    paul72 4 December 2013 08: 45 New
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    Is it a joke, by his own admission, back in 1944 he realized: something is wrong with this power.

    about the same as the first president of Ukraine (and part-time secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine on ideology) Kravchuk recalled how, as a boy, he brought milk to the Germans in Volyn in 43, and from them he received zuckers.

    whatever they say, but this is an indicator - how much scum got out of the CPSU - Shushkevichs, Kravchuk, Yeltsins, their name is Legion.
  6. pensioner
    pensioner 4 December 2013 09: 05 New
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    Quote: Denis
    Too bad I'm not hanged

    A lot of honor. Flush the toilet!
  7. Stinger
    Stinger 4 December 2013 09: 13 New
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    This only confirms the words of Nietzsche: "Among the adherents of every religion, religious people are an exception."
  8. lukke
    lukke 4 December 2013 09: 27 New
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    Of course, they don't fight the dead, but the "pig" Yakovlev and Gorbachev, and then Yeltsin and the Katyn case, laid a concrete one. Poles still spit saliva at every opportunity and dream of recognizing the genocide of the Polish people, and then receiving compensation. Thank God, even nature is helping us - Russian birches should be put on the balance of air defense units.
    1. pensioner
      pensioner 4 December 2013 14: 59 New
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      Quote: lukke
      Thank God even nature helps us - Russian birch trees must be put on the balance of parts of air defense.

      laughing good Smolensky fog offended recourse and went to drink the bitter ...
  9. calocha
    calocha 4 December 2013 09: 42 New
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    How many innocent souls have been ruined by this gang of Judas ?! How much grief and suffering has come with their ideas and initiatives ... Slurp-not slurp! (
  10. 222222
    222222 4 December 2013 10: 07 New
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    From the biography:
    1. Yakovlev. From 1958 to 1959 he trained at Columbia University (USA) [5]. At the internship, Yakovlev was in the same group as the KGB officer Oleg Kalugin.
    - in 1973 Yakovlev was removed from work in the party apparatus and sent as ambassador to Canada, where he stayed for 10 years .. Hid until "better" times ??
    2 Kalugin-1958 — 1959 — was on an operational internship at Columbia University in New York (USA) in the same group as A. Yakovlev
  11. Apollo
    Apollo 4 December 2013 10: 10 New
    +5
    A.N. Yakovlev is the main ideologist of the destruction of the USSR. am
    1. Same lech
      Same lech 4 December 2013 10: 13 New
      +3
      It seems like he fought, he was at the front, and how could he let Gorbachev do so much harm to our people.
      1. Humpty
        Humpty 4 December 2013 12: 58 New
        +5
        Quote: The same Lech
        It seems like he fought, he was at the front, and how could he let Gorbachev do so much harm to our people.


        Okudzhava was also a front-line soldier, he composed and sang sentimental songs, but in 93 he lit up his gut. It is a pity that this Yakovlev died himself.
    2. 222222
      222222 4 December 2013 17: 41 New
      +1
      Apollon AZ Today, 10:10 AM
      A.N. Yakovlev, the main ideologist of the destruction of the USSR "
      the main ideologist of the destruction of the MSS and the USSR overseas, and these are their six .. mold thrown onto a healthy body, quickly thawing and parasitizing on it ...
  12. ziqzaq
    ziqzaq 4 December 2013 10: 27 New
    +9
    Yakovlev - a scoundrel, a traitor ... That's really the ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, Joseph Vissarionovich very correctly did in the 37th. Eh, now would repeat his methods a couple of times .....
  13. vladimirZ
    vladimirZ 4 December 2013 10: 33 New
    +6
    "The architect of perestroika" A.N. Yakovlev, but in fact the traitor deserves only contempt and spitting, if not in the face, then at least to the grave.
    In general, it is necessary to conduct a trial of all the highest figures of the USSR and to issue, even a posthumous conviction.
    In order for their role to be unambiguously recorded in history and textbooks, so that everyone passing by their graves could express their attitude towards them, so that flowers do not lie on their graves, so that various libraries, funds, universities and other worthy education.
  14. avt
    avt 4 December 2013 10: 38 New
    +4
    “The future“ messiah from perestroika ”convinced Secretary General Andropov: there is a great guru in Canada and he urgently needs to be returned for great things." laughing ----- The author himself understood what he said? Humpback convinced SE! ?? fool I will never forget an interview with Ligachev, where he told how he brought Yeltsin to Moscow. Almost literally, the topic began like this - Yuri Vladimirovich summoned me and said that there is a promising second secretary in Sverdlovsk, we need to take a closer look at him. And Ligachev saluted and "looked closely", so much so that, bypassing the personnel rules of that time, the "Ural nugget" moved to the first secretaries. So eggs never teach a chicken, and if someone claims the opposite, then your will, or stupid as a cork, or clearly does not want to say something, may still be afraid.
  15. Turkestan
    Turkestan 4 December 2013 12: 07 New
    +3
    Is He the only one. Almost all the nominees of Garbachev are people who hate the Soviet power, the Soviet Country. VIRTUAL NATIONALISTS. TOTAL betrayal of the interests of the country and people, which continues to this day.
    1. kaktus
      kaktus 4 December 2013 16: 23 New
      +1
      Of course, he is not alone. And according to the article, it turns out to be some kind of evil genius. Many traitors tried. angry
  16. LSV
    LSV 4 December 2013 12: 34 New
    +4
    It's a shame that a lot of them, dogs, died of their deaths, some of them even put up monuments (. It’s a pity Kvachkov turned out to be a loshara, and at least one would be punished by human punishment.
  17. Altona
    Altona 4 December 2013 12: 42 New
    +5
    What a disgusting little man ... Straight Doctor Evil in its purest form ...
  18. makst83
    makst83 4 December 2013 12: 45 New
    +6
    "Solzhenitsyn also fought against totalitarianism. He fought against the regime as best he could, but for Russia ...", yeah, he offered to divide the country! am
  19. Altona
    Altona 4 December 2013 12: 52 New
    +9
    Solzhenitsyn Alexander Isaevich is a literary bankrupt, a pseudo-folk, a completely engaged writer (otherwise what money would he use to buy his estate in the USA) ... All his literature fell apart like a house of cards after the real figures of the "described" horrors of the regime were revealed "... Now, few people are interested in his works, because the Talmud" of the GULAG Archipelago "about" the hundred million victims of Stalin "is not worth overpowering ... The language of his works is terrible," One Day in Ivan Denisovich "was thrown into the trash ...
    1. Humpty
      Humpty 4 December 2013 13: 01 New
      +6
      This bastard did not like to say that he had taken a comrade with him to the Gulag, and this comrade was not at all involved in business.
    2. MahsusNazar
      MahsusNazar 4 December 2013 15: 04 New
      +6
      I agree with every word and "minus" to the author for trying to justify this bastard and liar (one name is worth it).
      The author realizing that both the scoundrels of one field of the berry justify Solzhenitsyn. They are the same - these Judas !!
    3. bomg.77
      bomg.77 4 December 2013 18: 22 New
      +3
      Quote: Altona
      Solzhenitsyn Alexander Isaevich is a literary bankrupt,
      "Veterok" drove a mouse and a traitor and a goner informer. At the end of his life he wrote the book "200 years together" - he repented as best he could
  20. Vadim2013
    Vadim2013 4 December 2013 13: 28 New
    +1
    Quote: vladimirZ
    In general, it is necessary to conduct a trial of all the highest figures of the USSR and to issue, even a posthumous conviction ...
    In order for their role to be uniquely recorded in history and textbooks ...

    Who elected them to the highest posts? It is most important! The CPSU in these times was no longer in fact a political party.
  21. Enot-poloskun
    Enot-poloskun 4 December 2013 14: 16 New
    +1
    Yakovlev is a classic reborn.
  22. Turkestan
    Turkestan 4 December 2013 14: 43 New
    +2
    And yet, how did it happen that under that RIGID personnel policy pursued by the leaders of the Communist Party, these figures were in power.
    1. Vadim2013
      Vadim2013 4 December 2013 16: 34 New
      0
      Personnel policy in the Communist Party was carried out by party functionaries.
    2. Orang
      Orang 4 December 2013 17: 54 New
      +2
      After the Victory, after Stalin, it’s not so tough. And already in the 70s, Lafa went for all sorts of opportunists. In the 80s, they nearly drove them to the Komsomol.
  23. misham
    misham 4 December 2013 15: 31 New
    -4
    Strongly exaggerate the role of personality in history. Perestroika was conceived by the KGB and Comrade Andropov. The whole system is rotten inside, no restructuring would help. The all-powerful KGB, army, party. All around are our Soviet people. And everything collapsed ........... Missed the turn on the Chinese path.
    It was necessary to rebuild the economy and not the political system. Everything turned out as usual with us through F

    In defense of Yakovlev. He is a war veteran. He fought in the marine corps. Was injured. Maybe he is the only real war veteran in the Central Committee and the Politburo. And not a political leader, or a Komsomol-party leader in the rear.
    1. dmb
      dmb 4 December 2013 16: 29 New
      +2
      For me, anyone who defended the Motherland is already a hero. But what about Vlasov and others like him? What to do with the same Penkovsky. And the country received much more harm from Yakovlev's actions than from the above. As for the "rotten system". What exactly do you see its shortcomings, and how is that system for the majority of the people worse than the current one. I would not consider China a role model. Indeed, in essence, the restoration of capitalism is also underway there. And the fact that the oligarchs are members of the Communist Party does not mean anything at all. Come to power tomorrow Zyuganov and he leads the Chinese policy, the day after tomorrow Deripaska, Vekselberg and Yakunin will join his party. By belittling the role of personality in history, you are generally speaking from an early Marxist position. However, the course of history says a little differently. I'm not saying at all that the Soviet system was ideal, but history does not know better than it for society as a whole and for a specific person-member of this society.
    2. Vadim2013
      Vadim2013 4 December 2013 16: 43 New
      +1
      Quote: misham
      ... It was necessary to rebuild the economy and not the political system. Everything turned out as usual with us through F ...

      In my opinion, it was necessary to begin with the reform of the CPSU, since it was the only one in the USSR, whose organizations were in all structures of the USSR.
  24. amigo1969
    amigo1969 4 December 2013 16: 52 New
    +4
    This is truly the correct words of V. I. Lenin: "the intelligentsia is gAMno". Although it sounds harsh and marginal, but on the example of such "figures", you understand that this statement has the right to life. How many there were before and now: convinced of their own exclusiveness and exclusivity, they destroyed, broke and destroyed everything that was built by the hands of ordinary people ...
  25. I think so
    I think so 4 December 2013 18: 07 New
    +1
    Is this ...........deleted by moderator not dead yet? It’s a pity if this is alive ...
  26. Black
    Black 4 December 2013 19: 11 New
    0
    Quote: vladimirZ
    "The architect of perestroika" A.N. Yakovlev, but in fact the traitor deserves only contempt and spitting, if not in the face, then at least to the grave.

    The foreman is still alive ... But he still doesn’t spit.
    But why don’t they give a damn about the graves?
    1. builder
      builder 4 December 2013 20: 59 New
      0
      "the dead have no shame" - not in his case.
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  28. makeev.dmitry
    makeev.dmitry 4 December 2013 19: 41 New
    +1
    Thanks a lot to the author. It is difficult to understand what motivated Yakovlev. Some obsession. Was it processed in Canada? Turned into a zombie biorobot. Or is it a congenital defect of conscience, as the ability to distinguish between good and evil? And there were many. People sincerely hating their homeland. I wonder how is it with the Jewish question?
  29. builder
    builder 4 December 2013 20: 04 New
    +3
    Christ's Judas. Very professionally crap on the history of his homeland. Renegade. I have no more censorship words that characterize him.
    «I have never heard a warm word from Yakovlev about the Motherland, I didn’t notice that he was proud of something, for example, our victory in the Great Patriotic War. This especially struck me, because he himself was a participant in the war, was seriously wounded. Apparently, the desire to destroy, debunk everything and everything prevailed over justice, the most natural human feelings, over elementary decency in relation to the Homeland and its own people. ” And yet - I never heard from him a single good word about the Russian people. And the very concept of “people” never existed for him at all.
    Ex-chairman of the KGB of the USSR Vladimir Kryuchkov "Personal file" (1994)
    http://www.specnaz.ru/article/?781
  30. yacht
    yacht 4 December 2013 23: 18 New
    +4
    Rare scum ...
  31. kirgudu
    kirgudu 4 December 2013 23: 30 New
    +3
    Burn this nits in hell, and hunchback hanging out on a pillar, near the cesspools. It was necessary here to take everything and break it, although it was necessary to just a little bit of a little straightening, where to fix something ...
  32. cherkas.oe
    cherkas.oe 5 December 2013 00: 16 New
    +1
    Yeah! scum rare, there was this darned condom, now what to remember about it?, if only so: - "Cursed be he and his seed in the tenth knee." Amen.
  33. Generalissimus
    Generalissimus 5 December 2013 03: 35 New
    0
    Quote: I think so
    Is this ...........deleted by moderator not dead yet? It’s a pity if this is alive ...

    Quote: Chen

    The foreman is still alive ... But he still doesn’t spit.
    But why don’t they give a damn about the graves?


    Actually, Alexander Yakovlev pleased everyone by throwing back the hoof, about a few years ago, EMNIP.
    Those who were aware of all his "exploits" were very sad that they died by their death.
    His great friend and comrade-in-arms, Colonel Volkogonov, also introduced himself.
    And also quietly in his own bed.
    These two were of special suit.
  34. xomaNN
    xomaNN 5 December 2013 18: 20 New
    0
    At the beginning of the turbulent perestroika, he even seemed to me like a regular revolutionary, howling with retrogrades. But after a year or two, his humpback "activity" showed his destructiveness in essence.
  35. Diter
    Diter 8 December 2013 22: 31 New
    0
    I remember that I walked one evening in the early 90's past the Kremlin. And beyond the walls - a salute. I immediately realized that they have a holiday there that does not concern us. And for sure - then he learned that they were celebrating Yakovlev’s birthday.
  36. Baloo
    Baloo 30 September 2014 23: 43 New
    0
    Yakovlev's former colleague in the Politburo, chairman of the KGB of the USSR, Kryuchkov admitted that Alexander Nikolaevich never remembered anything good from his past life ...


    I saw fragments of the last 5 hour interview with Kryuchkov Karaulova. The general approached Gorbachev with daddy with incriminating evidence on Kalugin and Yakovlev ... But if there were facts about the recruitment of both companions back in the late 50s during an internship at Columbia University, where is the action?
  37. mehmeh
    mehmeh 5 December 2014 13: 58 New
    0
    Among the Bolsheviks, many Russia despised the national leaders put forward
    The Russian idea is the end of the USSR, which was manifested as soon as changes took place in Russia and some kind of self-awareness appeared (Yeltsin)
    Union exploited the Russian people
    The Communists are just a gang of cosmopolitans seeking to please the West
    There could be no other end to this.