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Ordinary fascism. Solzhenitsyn in the context of the history of the twentieth century

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Ordinary fascism. Solzhenitsyn in the context of the history of the twentieth centuryCriticism, as well as apologetic, Alexander Isaevich Solzhenitsyn is equally flawed - those who praised him did not clearly understand the tasks of the writer, and those who debunked him reproached the author for not complying with those who did not understand him.


A social incident arose because Solzhenitsyn was defended by liberals and democrats from totalitarianism, but Solzhenitsyn himself was not a liberal and was not a democrat. He was considered the enemy of totalitarianism (conditional bogey, invented during the Cold War and crossed the lines of different cultures, dissimilar to each other), and subsequently horrified that Solzhenitsyn himself was intolerant and prone to dictate. How can a man who, in essence, is an example of totalitarian thinking, can fight against totalitarianism? The parodic writer Voinovich brought Sim Simic Karnavalov, an ecstatic dictator, like Khomeini, who longs to become the leader of a conditional Orthodox empire. But this caricature is far from reality: Solzhenitsyn was not a particularly religious man, his activity was completely secular; attributes of faith were conditional - as well as paramilitary french.

The nationalism of Solzhenitsyn, which his dissident fans of Jewish nationality tended not to notice or explain historical realities (indeed, there were plenty of Jewish commissars), became egregious in the writings of Solzhenitsyn's friend - Shafarevich, and then flared up brightly in a book unexpected for many - an epic of its kind - "Two hundred years together." Many Solzhenitsyn adherents were at a loss: how can a fighter against Stalinism and camps be an anti-Semite? Well, not quite explicit, not zoological, but ideological - but still, how is this possible? Nobody succeeded in matching the image of the author of the “Archipelago” and the image of the author “Two hundred years together”. Equally, it failed to combine the tendentious historical analysis of the Red Wheel and journalism like Letters to the Leaders and How to Equip Russia. It seemed obvious that one who knows about the absurdities of the State Duma of the pre-war era cannot compose provocative and irresponsible texts; however composed.

The humanism of the writer (and it is assumed that the Russian writer is necessarily humane) raised doubts; Alexander Isaevich supported several inhuman regimes - Pinochet, Franco, etc., justifying his actions by the fact that communism is even worse. It must be said that theoretically it would have been possible to withdraw from communism otherwise, without joining Pinochet and Franco, but Solzhenitsyn preferred an active position. A short friendship with Heinrich Belle turned out to be impossible precisely because Solzhenitsyn was not a humanist at all, and Heinrich Belle was a humanist in the first place. Solzhenitsyn had a peculiar love for the Russian people: he encouraged zemstvos and some self-determination of the village, but he also wrote sympathetically about Stolypin. His love for the Motherland and the Russian people was combined with the recognition of General Vlasov, the traitor to the Motherland, who turned weapon against Russia, and who got under the banner of Hitler.

Stubbornly and persistently, Solzhenitsyn showed that communism is the worst thing that can happen on the planet, that any means are good for exterminating communism, including killing Russians by the Russians, but at the same time he opposed the Stalinist camps. Describing the victims of the Stalinist camps and the repression of Soviet power, Solzhenitsyn resorted to exaggeration, distorted facts and figures. The actual data given to them (65 million killed in the camps) differ from the real number by 60 million. Characteristically, with numerous reprints of the “Archipelago”, Solzhenitsyn did not correct inaccuracies and the shocking figures wandered from publication to publication. Of course, this falsification was used in the Cold War and can be regarded as an ideological diversion.

At the same time, it would be unfair to deny the sincere pathos of Alexander Isaevich Solzhenitsyn. Everything that he did, he did by conviction, did passionately and selflessly, giving himself to the service of the idea. He was a passionate and fierce man who defended his convictions. By mistake, his beliefs were considered democratic and liberal. They never were. Solzhenitsyn was indeed a patriot of Russia, but a very special kind of patriot, not at all such a patriot as Minin or Pozharsky. Solzhenitsyn was a traditionalist - but again, in a special way, in the way of conservative traditionalism, which appeared in Europe in the thirties and was embodied in the writings of Jünger, Selina, Pound, van den Bruck, Evola, etc. This trend of consciousness is most fully expressed in Heidegger’s philosophy, and Solzhenitsyn could be called a spontaneous Heideggerian, but more accurately define him as a follower of a conservative revolution, an anti-communist and a traditionalist.

Solzhenitsyn’s beliefs were completely sincere, he served Russia passionately, and criticizing him (as well as admiring him), one should take into account the nature of his convictions. The fact is that Solzhenitsyn was a fascist. The above does not contain an accusation, and the spoken word is not abusive, in any case, I use this word in the same meaning as I apply it to Celine, or Junger, or Evola. Solzhenitsyn’s anti-communism and moderate religiosity are explained not by his Christianity and not by his bourgeois abstract humanism, but by his consistent faith in the national consciousness of the ethnos, due to organization, in the aristocracy of the elite, in the romance of the traditional methods of controlling the masses. He was an ordinary ideological fascist; Russian ideological fascism is a phenomenon as characteristic of Russian culture as the French movement Axion Francaise for French culture. The works of Ivan Ilyin (recently this philosopher was again revered) is another characteristic example of this line of thought. In this sense, the Solzhenitsyn phenomenon is embedded in the history of fascist thought and the fascist romance of the past century and should be evaluated on the basis of this aesthetics. The paramilitary french jacket is akin to the average military uniform that everyone has cultivated from Hitler to Stalin; speech and behavioral archaisms are akin to that pseudo-peasant appearance cultivated by the philosopher Heidegger, who specially ordered costumes reminiscent of the folklore of a Bavarian peasant. Within this aesthetic there is the Solzhenitsyn phenomenon, and this phenomenon is by no means only of Russian, but of pan-European significance. Vlasov’s position turned out to be much clearer for Solzhenitsyn than the behavior of Zhukov or Konev; the Stalinist camps turned out to be many times worse than the Nazi camps - for the banal reason that he was primarily an anti-communist; everything else was derived from the main task. The power of fascist aesthetics in the twentieth century is great: it was reflected not only in the works of Evola and Junger, Solzhenitsyn and van den Brook, but also in the works of Ilyin and Heidegger.

It would be a mistake to isolate the Solzhenitsyn phenomenon from the European perspective of ideological fascism. The value of this aesthetics after the victory over communism has increased. The descendants are given an example of a romantic biography, a passionate ideological struggle, which - like the ideological struggle of Evola or van den Broek - has very specific social ideals. This phenomenon should be judged on the basis of its essence, and not at all from invented (and therefore inauthentic) premises.
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  1. George
    George 13 December 2013 07: 39
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    This phenomenon should be judged on the basis of its essence, and not at all from invented (and therefore unreliable) premises.

    Indeed, the author of the article should be tried for "this phenomenon."
    1. Ataman
      Ataman 13 December 2013 10: 01
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      From wikipedia:
      At the front, Solzhenitsyn served as the commander of the 2nd sound reconnaissance battery of the 794th Separate Army Intelligence Artillery Division ...
      September 15, 1943 Solzhenitsyn was awarded the rank of senior lieutenant, May 7, 1944 - captain.
      At the front, despite the strictest ban, he kept a diary. He wrote a lot, sent his works to Moscow writers for review; in 1944 received a favorable review of B. A. Lavrenyov.
      ... continued to be interested in social life, but became critical of Stalin (for "distorting Leninism"); in correspondence with an old friend (Nikolai Vitkevich) he spoke abusively about “Pakhan”, under which Stalin guessed, kept in his personal belongings a “resolution” drawn up with Vitkevich, in which he compared the Stalinist order with serfdom and talked about the creation of an “organization” after the war to restore the so-called "Leninist" norms.


      So who was he? Fascist, faithful Leninist, anti-Stalinist or anti-Soviet? I think that an old man, offended by life, does not deserve the attention paid to his more than modest person. In addition to her obvious writing talent, nothing in him evokes my special respect.
      1. APES
        APES 13 December 2013 10: 34
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        Quote: Ataman
        So who was he?


        I personally do not care.
        1. Semurg
          Semurg 13 December 2013 12: 19
          +3
          about the dead or good or nothing. I will not say anything.
          1. knn54
            knn54 13 December 2013 14: 40
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            -Semurgh: about the dead or good or nothing.
            In such cases, the inhabitants of Odessa say: he died, that’s good ...
            1. cherkas.oe
              cherkas.oe 13 December 2013 15: 20
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              Quote: knn54
              In such cases, the inhabitants of Odessa say: he died, that’s good ...

              But he left the feeder for his Jewish wife and children, and they competently use this feeder all the time warming up the memory of this worthless henpecked man.
            2. Brother77
              Brother77 13 December 2013 21: 04
              +1
              Beautiful! It would be better if he was faster ...!
          2. smile
            smile 13 December 2013 14: 47
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            Semurg
            A traitor is a traitor ... or do you think that nothing bad can be said about Vlasov or Hitler because they "die"? So you can keep silent to a lot ...
            1. Yarosvet
              Yarosvet 13 December 2013 16: 10
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              Quote: smile
              Traitor - there is a traitor

              Hello Vladimir.

              Can you, as is the case with EBN, blame it on backstage arrangements?
              1. smile
                smile 13 December 2013 16: 34
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                Yarosvet
                Hello!
                Once asked, I answer.
                This sssssolgatnitsyn became the light of our tiligenia. I am often surprised to find that - until now, she is the master of some souls. In addition, he had considerable influence. Therefore, for political reasons it was necessary to breed politicians with him, including in order to use him - just like Putin met with our opposition recently, today there is an article.
                The head of state is, first of all, alas, a politician, and he is obliged to meet and sometimes agree to hell with anyone, and smile where you want to go into the snout.
                Something like that...:)))

                And about the backstage arrangements - these were my assumptions. I don’t know, and I can’t know, what really happened with the Elbon .... exactly the same as you.
                1. cherkas.oe
                  cherkas.oe 13 December 2013 17: 42
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                  Quote: smile
                  The head of state is, first of all, alas, a politician, and he is obliged to meet and sometimes agree to hell with anyone, and smile where you want to go into the snout.

                  I would like you to be right in this case, otherwise there would be nothing to hope for in our present life.
                2. Yarosvet
                  Yarosvet 13 December 2013 20: 55
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                  Quote: smile
                  some souls
                  including in order to use
                  obliged to meet and sometimes agree to hell with whom

                  Well, it’s interesting - the souls of some, but for some reason the influence is considerable.
                  It can be used, but at the same time, the effect of a hypothetical use is not visible, and for some reason I have to agree (by the way, with whom - with whom it is used?)

                  And with all this, when necessary, then you can give a damn about the souls and sign the law on rallies, you can stop agreeing, and put the hodor (and only him), etc.

                  Is this a paradox, or a pattern?

                  And one more thing: if the horseradish is dead and its use is impossible, and some souls cannot be altered, then put flowers on the grave?
                  1. smile
                    smile 13 December 2013 22: 49
                    +4
                    Yarosvet
                    Yes, if you notice. Putin rarely uses harsh measures. But in vain. This is his tremendous jamb. The law on rallies was to be passed a long time ago. and he only recently broke out - by the way, the fans of Solgatnitsyn made up a significant part of the minority that crawled out into the swamp.

                    A smart ruler not only orders and punishes, but also negotiates, including with opponents. even with the vanquished - this applies to tyrants of the beginning of the era, and the Middle Ages and the era of ancient Egypt and the Stone Age monkeys, who realized that they were sick, they had wool and they turned into vile little people ... :))))).
                    Or would you like Putin to shoot swamp from machine guns? :))) By the way, I don’t know if you are a fan of Stalin, but with him a significant part of the marshes would really have been shot for anti-state calls. :)))
                    And he see, negotiates with the fiery swamp revolutionaries-read today's article?

                    But Hodor could not be imprisoned. Too lazy to even write on this topic. excuse me, it’s just been discussed so much ... you’re smart, you have to understand why.
                    1. Yarosvet
                      Yarosvet 14 December 2013 12: 08
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                      Quote: smile
                      This is his tremendous jamb.
                      This is not a jamb - this is a crime.

                      The law on rallies was to be passed a long time ago
                      In its current form, when is the "punishment" for exercising one's civil right higher than for some crimes related to harm to health and deprivation of life?

                      and he only recently gave birth
                      As with the hypocritical response to Magnitsky’s act, they tried to introduce a ban on adoption back in the 10th year, but the party from which the lamp goes to the polls failed.

                      A smart ruler not only orders and punishes
                      This is the root of all problems - to believe that he has the right to rule. He is not a ruler, Vladimir, should not be.

                      Or would you like Putin to shoot swamp from machine guns?
                      He does not shoot at his own.

                      By the way, I don’t know if you are a fan of Stalin, but with him a significant part of the marsh would really have been shot for anti-state calls
                      Under him, they would not have appeared, and the fantasy of executions has nothing to do with it.

                      And he sees, negotiates with the fiery swamp revolutionaries
                      Agrees, but before the comedy, and not after.

                      But Hodor could not be imprisoned
                      I am not interested in Hodor, I am interested in 2 things: why there is a violation of the law against him, and why he does not have a company of guys who did the same.
                      1. smile
                        smile 14 December 2013 17: 20
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                        Yarosvet
                        1. Regarding Hodor. Please explain what the violation of the law is in relation to it. It is advisable with reference to the law and the specific materials of the case ... inas this statement is a swamp whistle.
                        2. About that. that the swamp crowd yelled on the square "Putin go away" and praised such prominent sons of Russia as khodor, anal, chirikov. ponomarev, kasparov, nemtsov and bye du, is it possible in more detail? :)))
                        3. Regarding the executions under Stalin. Why, then, are fantasies - enemies of the people trying to overthrow the legitimate Soviet power with the help of Western curators at the time they shot ... and did it right.
                        4. The law on demonstrations is quite normal, even. in my opinion, a bit soft. And do not cry about his totalitarianism. better give a specific article or paragraph. which, in your opinion, is bad - then we’ll talk as an artist with ... oh, as a lawyer with a lawyer ... :)))
                        5. And last, Putin is the legitimate president, who was supported by the majority in the elections - that’s the point. This is understandable to any sane person. if he is not deaf or blind. And in the end, who do you think. had to win the election and who would be the best leader of the state. Answer please.
                        6. I understand. that among the opposition is always accepted. that any person knows how to manage the state except for the current ruler, but to call someone’s actions with such enviable ease a crime .... a trait inherent in unconditionally wise people ... :))) You probably have all the information. which goes to the president. and on the basis of which he makes decisions ... I envy .... but didn’t try to go to the state prosecutors to work? There you would be quickly taught not to make hasty statements about someone else's guilt - there it is fraught ... :))))
                      2. Yarosvet
                        Yarosvet 14 December 2013 19: 33
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                        Quote: smile
                        what is the violation of the law in relation to it
                        Art. 19 of the Constitution. Hodora kneads selectively and for political reasons, and not because he is the same thief as the rest.
                        About the fact. that swamp ...
                        The guys who are hated by 90% of the population are declared the main threat capable of carrying out the "orange revolution" - this is insanity. And who benefits from believing in this insanity?
                        Regarding the executions under Stalin. Why fantasy
                        How do you like to replace concepts laughing
                        Of course, those who tried to overthrow were shot - they did not shoot for calls.
                        The law on demonstrations is quite normal, even. in my opinion, a bit soft. And do not moan about his totalitarianism
                        I do not lament about his totalitarianism, I am talking about his unconstitutionality.
                        better give a specific article or paragraph. which you think is bad
                        A fine of up to 300 tons with an average salary of less than 30 is a great way to not solve problems by cutting off 3/4 of the population from actively expressing their dissatisfaction (few will risk an average annual salary)
                        Putin is a legitimate president
                        You, Vladimir, could make such unambiguous statements before appearing on the screens 146%, but not now.
                        who do you think. had to win the election and who would be the best leader of the state
                        In the existing information paradigm, a second round was suggested.
                        If you dream about a situation in which most of the information about the candidates and their activities is reliable, then Zyuganov would definitely win in such an information paradigm.
                        Of the persons represented in the State Duma, Zyuganov is the best; of those not represented, Boldyrev.
                        I understand. that among the opposition is always accepted. that any person knows how to govern the state except the current ruler
                        Do you know a man who believes that Putin does not know how to control? laughing If so, then this person clearly does not understand something.
                        I’ll repeat again - Putin EDIT smile shouldn't, even though he's trying.
                        You probably have all the information
                        I have a Constitution - just like you, by the way.
                        didn’t you try to go to the state prosecutors? There you would be quickly taught not to make hasty remarks about someone's guilt
                        There, of course, they would have taught - to whom a dozen, and to whom negligence.
                      3. smile
                        smile 14 December 2013 21: 36
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                        Yarosvet
                        1. There is no evidence that Art. 19 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation you are not given. No at all.
                        2. The orange plague swept over more than a dozen countries, leaving behind the ruins. We, the Uzbeks, are the only ones who prevented their victory. This is not counting 91 years - we also wanted to repeat that scenario - because then it rolled .... what do you think. who benefits. so that this very serious threat to the existence of our state is not taken seriously? And after all, something they managed - some underestimate the threat. Here you are, for example.
                        3. I do not replace the concept. Under Stalin, they could have been shot for public appeals at a demonstration to overthrow Stalin and put him in prison or shoot him.
                        4. You did not provide evidence of the unconstitutionality of the law on rallies, but you wrote a lie. and explicit. Either they showed their absolute incompetence - a fine of up to 300 thousand is provided for the organization of illegal rallies if they entailed a violation of public order, if they caused harm to human health or damage to property. Why lie? This applies only to the organizers, what does three quarters of the population have to do with it? Moreover, it is not expression of opinion that is punished, but violation of the law. Ordinary violators of the law-a fine and all. Moreover, the law is relaxed and allowed to give below the lowest.
                        5. If you believe that more people would vote for Zyuganov than for Putin. then ... well, not seriously, honestly. And sure. that Zyuganov, the indecisive opportunist who actually ruined the party, would have been better than Putin, although I admit that this was the only alternative to Putin ... but unsuccessful ... and the population would not have voted for him ... those who didn’t even participate in the elections considering a pointless matter.
                        6. Your last phrase was pleasant - successfully. :))) But seriously, people who are so categorically speaking about someone’s guilt and crime cannot be allowed to take up a cannon shot in positions that give them the right to make decisions about someone’s fate.
                      4. Yarosvet
                        Yarosvet 15 December 2013 15: 59
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                        Quote: smile
                        No evidence ... you have not been given
                        That is, it is not obvious to you that finding a Hodor on a "business trip" without his colleagues (Deripaska, Abramovich, etc., who were engaged in similar activities) is a violation of the article that states the equality of the law?
                        The orange plague swept ... leaving behind the ruins
                        In each such country, there was a latent or overt intervention, a prolonged religious conflict, an approximately equal balance of power, a mess in the army and power structures, the worthlessness of counterintelligence.
                        You generally understand WHAT! You say, citing the eastern scenario as an example? If there were reasons to simply assume that this scenario could happen in the Russian Federation, then this would definitely mean that Putin should be immediately driven away by a filthy broom, while by his actions, the assessment of which count with 2 minuses, did not finally bring the country to destruction.
                        But there is also the Ukrainian scenario, which they are trying to equate to the Eastern one in every way, and which is actually a normal reaction of the society to the authorities that are not comfortable with its actions, which Ukrainians do not worry about changing at their own discretion - there are elections for this.
                        because then it rolled
                        Then the power itself did it.
                        who benefits. so that the threat to the existence of our state is not taken seriously?
                        So what is the threat - that the Communist Party will come to power?
                        Under Stalin, they could have been shot for public appeals.
                        You forgot to add << no trial >> smile Art. 58.13, 18 of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR.
                        You did not provide evidence of the unconstitutionality of the law on rallies
                        What I have to prove is the existence of Part 2 of Art. 55, or what is the meaning of the existence of the state in the well-being of citizens?
                        a fine of up to 300 thousand is provided ...
                        And also for public appeals. And then, in court, with a slight movement of his hand, an ordinary participant turns into an organizer, a pogromist, agitator, and a forehead who crippled the "cosmonaut" - the case of Mokhnatkin and the essence of the accusations against Kvachkov and Khabarov are very indicative.
                        Zyuganov-indecisive fit
                        And decisiveness is not required of him - the president is not a ruler.
                        But seriously, people are so categorically ...
                        Vladimir, re-read the Constitution and compare it with the surrounding reality.
                      5. smile
                        smile 15 December 2013 17: 05
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                        Yarosvet
                        1. For me it is obvious that Khodor went the farthest ... and not even in theft, but in selling our Motherland with you ... no one did this, not even Berezovsky. By the way, remember how he repeatedly stated that. What nuclear weapons should be transferred under the control of the Americans?
                        2. Have you forgotten that in fact the Orange Revolution we had in perestroika? Do you remember that we fell apart as a result?
                        Well, and how should we relate to the Communists now? :))) How many stake with minuses do you give them? Especially considering the fact that they are a country that has run out of time ..li, and Putin-not yet.
                        3. And the fact that for you maydown with its extras extras is the standard .... it says a lot. Don’t you know that if the stars light up, does anyone need this? What if popular anger is seething, someone organizes and pays for it? Rates of revolutionaries from Maydaun tell you? :))) And what do you call the moral reaction of society? :))) You know, you should pray to Putin that we don’t have such a mess ...
                        4. Without trial and investigation, under Stalin no one was punished - it’s you who now, without trial and investigation, are distributing charges of committing crimes.
                        5. I don’t know who Mokhnatkin is, I do not want to comment on the Khabarov’s case, but Kvachkov should have been stopped. The old honored guy was used in the dark ... it wasn’t worth planting, stopping was a must. If he hadn’t been stopped, corpses would have appeared ... and not Chubais, but ordinary Russian guys.
                        And in general, you distort - that thousands of unfortunate demonstrators went around the world? No, those who break the law, usually with money that makes money including anti-state activities.
                        6. Having a law degree, I will tell you honestly my opinion, the constitution is very non-specific good wishes. She can confirm and refute anything. And these are all the constitutions that exist on planet Earth. Much more important is the rest of the legislation created on the basis of the Constitution .... No need to re-read it - read laws better.
                      6. Corsair
                        Corsair 15 December 2013 17: 26
                        +1
                        Quote: smile
                        1: It’s obvious to me that Hodor went the farthest ...

                        Quote: Yarosvet
                        That is, it is not obvious to you that the Hodor is on a "business trip" without his colleagues (Deripaska, Abramovich, etc.)

                        Well, you guys give a damn! laughing
                        Having burst into tirades, they walked each other like artillery ... They didn’t leave stone on stone from each other recourse
                        This is how, word for word, X y for Hu, and you get Maidans, of course, if you do not come to Gorbachev's pre-slated "consensus" lol .
                      7. smile
                        smile 15 December 2013 22: 21
                        +1
                        Corsair
                        Well, yes .... naked .... :)))
                        And the stones are garbage .... we are stronger .... tools are on buckshot!
                        The coolest thing is that, apparently, we’re thinking nearby .... :))))
                    2. Yarosvet
                      Yarosvet 15 December 2013 22: 16
                      +1
                      Hodor went the farthest - Judging by the place of stay: why is he sitting - because he is scumbag, or because he has stood in opposition to Putin?
                      declared that nuclear weapons must be transferred - Yes. And I still remember how, after leaving START, they continued to cut the BZHRK - words and deeds, so to speak ...
                      the orange revolution was in adjustment - There was preparation for perestroika, but the country's leadership arranged it and the alignment of forces was close to 50/50. The situation of the 11th and does not stand close to the situation of the 91st, the eastern scenario and the Ukrainian scenario
                      how to relate to the communists - I'm fine
                      country prosrali - Are you a pretzel, which in the ass to be hollowed out, but claims that he is heterosexual, you consider heterosexual?
                      Putin - not yet - He’s not going to: he returns the country to feudal conditions - he does what the mess with the collapse of the Union started
                      Maydown with paid extras is a standard that says a lot - About what? The fact that anyone who pays for these rallies pays for extras? For a rally in support of Putin in Luzhniki gave paid time off - what does this mean?
                      if popular anger boils, someone organizes and pays for it - If paying a rally for a citizen is more profitable than paying for a shift, if people are at risk of being beaten go to these rallies, if the rallies are sucked up from more than one place, then something is wrong with the Danish kingdom
                      should pray to Putin that we do not have such a mess - Aha - cemetery stability
                      Under Stalin, no one was punished without trial. - As well as not shot for calls (the exception was wartime)
                      you are now distributing charges without trial - Shaw, I violate the Criminal Procedure Code?
                      but Kvachkova had to be stopped - Yeah, otherwise I would go to the Kremlin with a crossbow. Vladimir, in this case it doesn’t matter who used whom at all, the senility of the prosecution is important and indicative, and the fact that such insanity rolls in the Russian Federation
                      those who break the law, usually with money - Fill in the search engine << Mokhnatkin's case >>
                      Constitution - very unspecific good wishes - These "wishes" are the Basic Law, binding on everyone without exception; violation of the provisions of the Constitution is essentially a violent change of the constitutional order (having legal education, you must understand this, as well as the fact that in addition to the imperfect letter there is also a spirit, that is, the essence and purpose of the norm)
                      It can confirm and refute anything - It's a lie
                      the rest is more important - You do not know examples of his violation by Putin & ko?
                    3. smile
                      smile 16 December 2013 01: 23
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                      Yarosvet
                      1.Hodor sits because he posed a threat to our statehood - and it is very serious.
                      2. Cutting BZHRK, which we could not service independently. without Ukrainian manufacturers - this is not an indicator. By the way, did you remember that the decision was made to create your own Russian BZHRK?
                      Words and deeds, so to speak ... :))))
                      3. What is the point of talking about the balance of power, even if you understand that they tried to let us throw the orange plague on us? And they organized, among other things, the corresponding informational support - do you think all-enforcers are inventing their own nonsense? :)))
                      4. Let's not discuss fagots. :))))
                      5. The collapse of the Union was committed with the hope of the complete destruction and enslavement of Russia. Putin’s actions clearly indicate that not only did he prevent this, he also helped revitalize our foreign policy — and no one can deny this, not even you ...
                      6. I don’t even want to talk about the raging popular anger - it is everywhere and in many prosperous countries it is much more justified. But interested parties do not appear everywhere. organizing (and inciting) entot is the most angry:))) ... and given that I was taught to organize this anger .... really, it’s surprising that it seems like clever people like you are being fried ...
                      7. I repeat, for public calls for the overthrow of the Soviet regime, for organizing a crowd that would require the execution of Stalin - they would go to the wall as cute ... and rightly so.
                      8. Kvachkov was going to kill the guys in the military unit for grabbing weapons, then he would start killing other guys - those who would catch his partisans ... the dry remainder of all his activities would be the killing of Russian people, faithful to the oath ... all .... not for nothing that the democratic press glorified him most of all. the maximum - he would have spoiled our country more if he had sniffed with the North Caucasian militants - they have one goal - the killing of Russian people and destabilization of the Russian authorities. Honored dude, that's true. Until he got into politics and tried to unleash a civil war - there is no longer any heroism. not even a reason ...
                      9. Your legal rhetoric, excuse me, is lame ... great ... your reasoning on this subject is as valuable as mine, if I undertake to teach my Mom how to make whites ... there’s nothing to even talk about ... because if to say is to trample on your illiterate position ... I don't want to. Your pathetic allegations of a violation by Putin of the laws of the Russian Federation are just as valuable ... sorry, but I'm not a barrran, I need evidence, and waving my arms for proof will not come down ... in any way. :)))
                      0. :))) We have said a lot to each other. You don’t want to hear my argument. Yours seemed to me insufficient and unconvincing. Can we stop it?
                    4. Yarosvet
                      Yarosvet 16 December 2013 18: 08
                      0
                      posed a threat to our statehood - In other words, it is a political matter, and if the devil had not pulled him into a threat to "statehood", he could have continued to plunder the country with impunity on an equal basis with his colleagues. Bravo Vladimir.
                      a decision was made to create their own Russian BZHRK - First we cut and drank, then we will recreate and drank ... Once again - words and deeds.
                      tried to let the orange plague on us - I say the opposite, as you incidentally: if the Orange Revolution was in the early 90s, now only the Orange KONTRRevolution is possible.
                      you think all-embracers invent their own nonsense - No, the authorities themselves are convincing in these "nonsense" of all-prowlers: all-prowlers look out into the street, and everything is already there to convince them of the truth of the "nonsense".
                      Let's not discuss fagots - No, answer - is the anal citizen a heterosexual, is a thief professing neoliberal "values" a communist?
                      The collapse of the Union was committed with the hope of the complete destruction and enslavement of Russia “Well, of course, but the Committee was drinking tea at that time.”
                      Putin's actions - Putin’s actions & ko completely fit into the logic of the organized crime group, which always protects its interests and controlled territories. At the same time, the interests of suckers and suckers themselves, who live in controlled territories, are not protected by organized crime groups.
                      it is everywhere and in many prosperous countries much more justified - Really? Then on what basis do you call these countries more prosperous? Vladimir, you sometimes, trying to move to the market, drive such a blizzard ...
                      But interested parties do not appear everywhere - And the renamed Committee drinks tea again, that's bad luck ...
                      I repeat, for public calls for the overthrow of Soviet power - First you write about executions for calls to overthrow Stalin, now for calls for the overthrow of owls. authorities ... Maybe you decide, and so as not to speculate, still read the indicated paragraphs of article 58?
                      Kvachkov was about to “Was he not going to conspire with the Martians?”
                      I need proof - Compare h. 1 tbsp. 133 of the Labor Code of the Russian Federation and 232-FZ of 03.12.12/XNUMX/XNUMX
  • i.xxx-1971
    i.xxx-1971 13 December 2013 18: 27
    -6
    We are an occupied country that has lost the Great War. In the photographs, our president fulfills the demand of the occupation authorities.
    1. Andriuha077
      Andriuha077 13 December 2013 18: 43
      +1
      "fulfills the requirement of the occupation authorities"
      Something like that.

      Collaborationism (French collaboration - “cooperation”) in the legal interpretation of international law is conscious, voluntary and intentional cooperation with the enemy, in his interests and to the detriment of his state. The term is more often used in a narrower sense - as cooperation with occupiers.
      In the criminal law of the overwhelming majority of countries of the world, the fact of collaborationism is qualified as a crime against one’s own state, usually as treason.
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    3. Yarosvet
      Yarosvet 13 December 2013 22: 23
      +1
      Quote: i.xxx-1971
      We are an occupied country
      The consequences of the exam?

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  • Andrey57
    Andrey57 13 December 2013 12: 44
    +1
    We found where to get information from Wikipedia, very funny !!! fellow
    1. Normal
      Normal 15 December 2013 23: 10
      +1
      Quote: Andrey57
      We found where to get information from Wikipedia, very funny !!!


      Occupation
      Occupation (from lat. Occupatio - capture) military, in international law, a temporary occupation armed forces enemy territory .....

      V.I. Kuznetsov.

      Yandex dictionaries > .TSB - 1969-1978

      https://slovari.yandex.ru/~книги/БСЭ/Оккупация/


      Now not funny?
  • Kushadasov
    Kushadasov 13 December 2013 13: 13
    15
    In addition to her obvious writing talent, nothing in him evokes my special respect.


    Did you really see a clear writing talent? A beautiful syllable, amazing speech turns and all that? ... Sorry, I disagree.
    1. S-200
      S-200 13 December 2013 13: 47
      13
      Quote: Kushadasov

      Did you really see a clear writing talent? A beautiful syllable, amazing speech turns and all that? ... Sorry, I disagree.

      ordinary scribbler on "hardened human being", in my opinion - does not pull!
      rather, a resentful dissident ...
      "How can we equip Russia" I could not master because of the distant provincial far-fetchedness of the topic, with the postulates far-fetched ...
      I think this pearl is a product of the graphomania of a forgotten dissident, who was "whistled" in old fish soup that he is the Nobel genius of Russia ...
    2. 11111mail.ru
      11111mail.ru 13 December 2013 20: 52
      +3
      The task of the writer is to wake up the reader. Plus to Solzhenitsyn that he was the first to break through with the cherished "Ivan Denisovich" to the general public. "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich" showed people on this side of the thorn what it is like for a common man, a "peasant", to live there. "The Gulag Archipelago" is a difficult book, but the topic is not simple: the Gulag is the inferno of socialism from Trotsky, although, as always, Stalin and his "bloody executioner" Beria are "to blame." From my point of view, the "Red Wheel" is a thing chaotic and even stupid, although more interesting than ideologically sustained Soviet books about Lenin's grandfather and his loyal companions. "200 years together" is an absolutely waste of time reading and, therefore, it would be a pity for the 360 ​​rubles spent, it would be better to buy with that money (in 2003, ) a liter of the national drink and drink it in good company with a heart-to-heart conversation!
      Conclusion: for those to whom our USSR is "Gulag" A.I.Solzhenitsyn is a red sun. And for me he is like an inedible mushroom in the forest for a mushroom picker.
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  • smile
    smile 13 December 2013 14: 43
    17
    Ataman
    To be honest, we ... are who he thought he was. One thing I know for sure - he was an enemy of his homeland and a total vile liar, and his whole "ideology" is based and built on lies. The main instrument of his "struggle" is an outrageously impudent lie .... Is it possible to build something worthwhile on such a foundation?
    The fact that he collaborated with anyone just to screw up the USSR determines everything for me. This sssc ... supervisor even collaborated with NTS. For reference, the NTS is an organization of Russian fascists created by the Germans in Munich for the purpose of propaganda - the National Labor Union. When the allies came, the entire personnel of the gang went over to the propaganda service of the heirs of the fascists. It remained NTS, just shyly changed "national" to "national". So it goes.
    When I was still in school, I read all his main books - my opinion about them has not changed at all. When the book "Two Hundred Years Together" came out, I bought it ... but I could not bring myself to read it - it was gathering dust on the shelf ...
    The author is trying to find something positive in him ... it's the same. what to look for in the trash something tasty ... maybe something is. but it is deeply buried under a layer of ... ma.
  • aleks
    aleks 13 December 2013 14: 51
    +4
    Shalamov said that he was a businessman - it seems to me that says it all, and the rest is invented.
  • Pablo_K
    Pablo_K 13 December 2013 15: 49
    +5
    Quote: Ataman
    In addition to sheer writing talent

    something not particularly noticeable in him is a writing talent.
    And so you are right, it’s just a person offended by life.
    1. Yarosvet
      Yarosvet 13 December 2013 16: 14
      +1
      Quote: Pablo_K
      something not particularly noticeable in him is a writing talent.

      Well, what about? This is one of the best science fiction writers of his time. laughing
      1. 11111mail.ru
        11111mail.ru 14 December 2013 08: 50
        +2
        Quote: Yarosvet
        This is one of the best science fiction writers of his time.

        Fiction liberals, but only the fiction of his works BLACK.
  • i.xxx-1971
    i.xxx-1971 13 December 2013 18: 23
    +1
    offended by life, an old man with a clear lack of writing talent. Have you ever read one of his books?
    1. smile
      smile 13 December 2013 19: 19
      +1
      i.xxx-1971
      The fact is that in addition to the total lie that he can be blamed - an example with that. that he exaggerates the number of executed by about a hundred times is very revealing - this is his usual measure of lies - he is really a very mediocre writer, this is the justified opinion of literary critics.
      And you read to the end of his book - Two hundred years together? I overlooked it (I didn’t read it, even though both volumes are on my shelf) I'm afraid you would have stopped protecting it if you had read it ... :)))
  • atalef
    atalef 13 December 2013 19: 12
    +6
    Quote: Ataman
    So who was he? Fascist, faithful Leninist, anti-Stalinist or anti-Soviet?

    in general, in my understanding, he was a cheap conjuncturist. I read all of his works, nothing artistic, little documentary (if you pretend to documentary) journalism - the same is not there, everything is one-sided and tendentious.
    I did not see anything in it. he just ended up at the right time in the right place with a pile of scribbled leaflets, I remember he went with an inspection trip around Russia — the messiah of horseradish, then listened to his conclusions --- he was completely insignificant and didn’t understand anything in reality, which was probably why he was loved in the West and absolutely unnoticed in Russia.
  • starshina78
    starshina78 13 December 2013 19: 23
    +3
    Bravo Ataman! Solzhenitsyn was clearly overrated! Those who in the comments praise him as a genius of literature, a fighter against the regime, one hundred percent have not read any of his works. I have read "One Dentiz of the Life of Ivan Denisovich" and "The Gulag Archipelago", and something else. I didn’t read it because I liked it, but simply because of curiosity, they say, what the hell is this that she is so praised. In fact, nonsense, mixed with anti-Sovietism and the author's fantasies. It is noticeable that it was written from someone's filing. It is not for nothing that they have now begun to speak, and the CIA does not deny that Solzhenitsyn was an agent of the CIA, hence all his anti-Sovietism, and so on. Studying it at school (at the insistence of one well-known person in Russia, who gives commands to everyone and for everything, and everyone is afraid, well, what is not Pahan's double!), To the detriment of studying other more venerable authors (for example: Maxim Gorky, Simonov) - this is error .
    1. grafrozow
      grafrozow 13 December 2013 22: 36
      -4
      Quote: starshina78
      . It’s not for nothing that they started talking now, and the CIA does not refute this, that Solzhenitsyn was an agent of the CIA, hence his whole anti-Sovietism, and so on.

      Yes, he was recruited by the CIA in 1946. In Steplag, in Ekibastuz, when he was at common work, and then in exile, working as a mathematics teacher at a school in Kazakhstan, he revealed the secrets of his homeland to Washington ... Bravo, bravo, by the way, he also worked for intelligence of Madagascar and Honduras, as the KGB did not notice ? But now the alert elder foreman opened his eyes to us, thank you. And what about your Lenin? Did you take money from the Germans for the revolution or earned it by honest labor in Shushensky?
      1. 11111mail.ru
        11111mail.ru 14 December 2013 08: 48
        +1
        Quote: grafrozow
        Bravo, bravo, by the way, he still worked for the intelligence of Madagascar and Honduras

        You said you and prove that your tongue is not a pomelo! It only seems to me that since the 60s of the last century he has become an ideological partner of the CIA. No wonder the liberals in the USSR launched the publication of his mental diarrhea during the "glasnost" period.
        1. grafrozow
          grafrozow 14 December 2013 20: 14
          0
          Quote: 11111mail.ru
          No wonder the liberals in the USSR launched the publication of his mental diarrhea during the "glasnost" period.
          The diarrhea in your head, communist, 2007, Putin and Solzhenitsen. Look, expert.
    2. CALL.
      CALL. 14 December 2013 06: 24
      +2
      This is not a mistake, but a diversion. And those who arranged it are perfectly aware of their crime and its consequences. Although there is a silver lining. The most curious will start to be interested in this topic and the truth will emerge. About five years ago, my daughter (she was then studying at the university) was instructed to conduct a seminar on the Katyn tragedy (the official version is that the Poles were shot by the NKVD on Stalin's orders). Apparently there was a circular on educational institutions. And I had a book by Yu.I. Mukhin, "Anti-Russian meanness", which proves that Polish officers near Smolensk in 1941 were shot by the Germans. and this truth was told to the students. If anyone is interested there is a movie. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nK3fmBh4uzQ there is also a documentary. It is called Katyn. There is no blood on us. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqHqkDzlc1c
  • grafrozow
    grafrozow 13 December 2013 20: 58
    -9
    Quote: Ataman
    So who was he? Fascist, faithful Leninist, anti-Stalinist or anti-Soviet? I think that an old man, offended by life, does not deserve the attention paid to his more than modest person. In addition to her obvious writing talent, nothing in him evokes my special respect.
    Horror!!!.......deleted by moderator Apollo Read "Matryonyn Dvor", "Cancer Ward" and if you have something in your head besides the dogmas of Marx-Lenin, you will understand. I feel sorry for you, defective ... Loving the Motherland and the Communist regime are two different things. Will you understand or not? Prize for Putin is fine, and Solzhenitsyn is expelled from the Motherland. How to understand this? 10 years of camps is nothing? I would have tried it myself, then I judged. Photo in July this year, 501 construction sites, do you want to come here? Fair?
    1. atalef
      atalef 13 December 2013 22: 05
      +5
      Quote: grafrozow
      Read "Matryonyn Dvor", "Cancer Ward" and if you have something in your head besides the dogmas of Marx-Lenin, you will understand. Sorry for you, flawed

      weird. reproaching me with love for Lenin and Marx is simply quite difficult, but Solzhenitsyn is neither a writer (if he claims to be), nor even a historian. In my understanding, an ordinary scribbler. to the same biased.
      And do not just talk. that if he served (I’m sure that on a false accusation) and opposed the system (salute his personal courage) --- this does not make him a writer, an outstanding personality and, of course, the ultimate truth.
      1. grafrozow
        grafrozow 13 December 2013 22: 26
        -3
        Quote: atalef
        this does not make him a writer, an outstanding personality and, of course, the ultimate truth.
        It’s a matter of taste, someone is also a Young Guard masterpiece. I was in Krasnodon, I write with skill, and the Stalinist camps are still standing on the outskirts of our city, I would not want to get here and the prisoners are still alive. I have my own point of view, Here is a photo of the train Salekhard-Igarka, this summer, the road to nowhere, more precisely, communism ...
        1. atalef
          atalef 13 December 2013 23: 30
          +1
          Quote: grafrozow
          Quote: atalef
          this does not make him a writer, an outstanding personality and, of course, the ultimate truth.
          It’s a matter of taste, someone is also a Young Guard masterpiece. I was in Krasnodon, I write with skill, and the Stalinist camps are still standing on the outskirts of our city, I would not want to get here and the prisoners are still alive. I have my own point of view, Here is a photo of the train Salekhard-Igarka, this summer, the road to nowhere, more precisely, communism ...

          I’m not digesting either the Bolshevik regime or Stalin or the whole gang together or each of them individually, and my great-grandfather practically died in the camp. (more precisely, a month after the aktirovka) But this fact in no way makes Solzhenitsin a writer in my eyes, yes, he opened many eyes and recognized in the West, but many of his conclusions are interrogative (I touch on the whole spectrum of his books), I don’t like his style and engagement and non-depilation, as well as the conviction of his special mission - they oppose me
          1. grafrozow
            grafrozow 14 December 2013 20: 25
            -1
            Quote: atalef
            , I don’t like his style, but bias and non-depilation, as well as the conviction of his special mission - they oppose me

            You may not like his walk, Remember Sakhorov, what shit didn’t they smear him with, and what? They will forget the humpback, and the FATHER of the hydrogen bomb in HISTORY will remain. You are just a weather vane, the wind blows, we are in the wind. deepen ... miserable, your time is running out, and you also understand this, get ready for an answer, get ready ... Buy Pampers ...
        2. 11111mail.ru
          11111mail.ru 14 December 2013 09: 03
          +1
          Quote: grafrozow
          I would not wish you to get here

          grafrozow, if you were the head of the country in those days, you probably would not have applied either the BMN or the 58th article, but threw all the forces and means of the state to create comfortable conditions for the inmates (Bandera, bandits, embezzlers, because then besides them no one should be planted, according to your logic).
          1. grafrozow
            grafrozow 14 December 2013 20: 28
            -1
            Quote: 11111mail.ru
            and they threw all the forces and means of the state to create comfortable conditions for the inmates (Bandera, bandits, embezzlers, because then, apart from them, no one would have to be planted, according to your logic).
            The komunyak-forest is a harsh excuse, chopped wood chips. Would you like to become a sliver, and not to sound from the warm stove about the problems of the country?
          2. grafrozow
            grafrozow 16 December 2013 13: 20
            -2
            Have you ever wondered why there are so many "traitors" in the people's power?
        3. Corsair
          Corsair 15 December 2013 18: 14
          0
          Quote: grafrozow
          A matter of taste, someone and the Young Guard masterpiece

          The work "Young Guard" in its essence and did not pretend to be a LITERARY value. The book was conceived as a description of the exploit of the young generation of Soviet people did not bow their heads before the grin of the fascist occupation.
          Of course, ideology was not without, but what can you do about it? It was expressive ...
          But NOW nothing prevents you from weighing everything calmly and sorting out everything without hysteria.
          1. grafrozow
            grafrozow 16 December 2013 12: 45
            -3
            Quote: Corsair
            But NOW nothing prevents you from weighing everything calmly and sorting out everything without hysteria.
            No, hysteria remained, at komunyak.
      2. grafrozow
        grafrozow 13 December 2013 22: 42
        0
        Quote: atalef
        weird. reproach me with love for Lenin and Marx - well, just quite difficult,
        Read to whom my reproach was addressed, read.
    2. EvilLion
      EvilLion 15 December 2013 20: 08
      0
      10 Years of spa? Many would have gone. X)
  • yur
    yur 13 December 2013 20: 59
    -1
    You know, I wouldn’t say so categorically about the writing talent
  • DEfindER
    DEfindER 14 December 2013 13: 12
    +2
    Quote: Ataman
    In addition to her obvious writing talent, nothing in him evokes my special respect.

    In general, even as a writer, his colleagues evaluated it as a C grade, and as a person even worse, it was not in vain that he was kicked out of the USSR Writers Union as he quarreled with everyone there. In general, in his books a lie in almost every word, he decided to check the very first paragraph of the archipelago using archival documents (thank God everything can now be found) and immediately found a distortion of facts .. in general, he fully justifies his surname.
  • evgenm55
    evgenm55 13 December 2013 10: 06
    +9
    I agree, I wrote x ... r .... some kind of nude, I collected all the dregs in a heap, did I understand what I wanted to convey? Yes, and what can a normal, more or less reading and thinking Russian person tell about this Judas and the traitor? He just had to the highest degree of social protection, but no - they just kicked him out and forbade writing. No, to rejoice and say thank you. I remember on some of his anniversaries (after his death) a demon to his widow I went to change. I almost cried with delight. There is nothing more to say.
  • Sibiryak
    Sibiryak 13 December 2013 14: 31
    +3
    Quote: Ataman
    So who was he?

    Morader with a long tongue, for which he was convicted!
    Quote: Ataman
    In addition to sheer writing talent ...

    Talk of talent ... And I think just criticism from resentment! What at the moment is his syrup and is engaged in nursing for his beloved dividends! As they say 3,14 do not turn coolies!
  • Brother77
    Brother77 13 December 2013 21: 01
    0
    Guys, the fact that the author gave to the mountain his business and his conscience, and according to Solzhenitsyn, GRIGORY KLIMOV very accurately expressed himself in his works about the devil of decomposition, degeneration and pederasty - read, there is much convergence about all kinds of logisms and other and other things.
  • Same lech
    Same lech 13 December 2013 07: 42
    19
    Solzhenitsyn resorted to exaggeration, distorted facts and figures. The actual data he cited (65 million dead in the camps) diverge from the real figure of 60 million.

    I don’t like it in him - I pay tribute to him for his time in the camps, but there’s no need to invent fables.
    1. alicante11
      alicante11 13 December 2013 07: 58
      25
      Excuse me, but what is heroic to serve in the camp? So now take any urk and he, too, must be given its due. What did he have to do with even what he really did not do? He, it seems, was an anti-Soviet organization. And in real life, just chatter in a letter, which in wartime is suppressed in full.
      1. Same lech
        Same lech 13 December 2013 08: 15
        +7
        But in real life it’s just a chatter in the letter, which is completely suppressed in wartime.


        Our NKVD at that time sometimes showed amazing humanity towards the BANDERS, the forest brothers and the fascists who were captured by us, who should have been slaughtered in full.
        And Solzhenitsyn thought up his thoughts in a diary, as if he didn’t know that it was forbidden to keep a diary at the front (you have to pay for idiocy).
        1. alicante11
          alicante11 13 December 2013 08: 19
          18
          Our NKVD at that time sometimes showed amazing humanity in relation to BANDERS, forest brothers


          That's right, too many of them survived, if you look at the national parades in spratland.

          (you have to pay for idiocy).


          Well, what am I talking about, in the idiocy of something heroic?
      2. pensioner
        pensioner 13 December 2013 13: 48
        +7
        Quote: alicante11
        Excuse me, but what is heroic to serve in the camp? So now take any urk and he, too, must be given its due. What did he have to do with even what he really did not do? He, it seems, was an anti-Soviet organization. And in real life, just chatter in a letter, which in wartime is suppressed in full.

        And he did not sit in the camp for a day! He worked in a sharashka. That is why he wrote his archipelago from the words of eyewitnesses. I haven't experienced camp life myself. After the release of Ivan Denisovich Shalamov, they asked for their opinion on this matter. He said: "Yes, bullshit! He has a cat walking on the fence! Yes, this cat would be eaten in 6 seconds!"
    2. makst83
      makst83 13 December 2013 08: 20
      31
      The most famous troll, liar and bearded man in the modern history of this country. It is the object of worship of intellectuals, liberals, some patriots and just fighters with the System. His work gave rise to thousands of the most brutal srach. Several times he was proclaimed the "conscience of the nation" and also "bread slicer".
      1. vladimirZ
        vladimirZ 13 December 2013 08: 46
        25
        His (Solzhenitsyn) love of the Motherland and the Russian people was combined with the recognition of General Vlasov, a traitor to the Motherland, who turned his weapon against Russia and stood under the banner of Hitler. (from article)


        Solzhenitsyn, among the traitors who joined the ranks of active fighters not with communism, with Russia, contributed to the collapse and destruction of the Russian state called the USSR.
        His works must be removed from the school curriculum, where, on Putin's initiative, the "Gulag Archipelago" and other works of the "patriot" were included as incorrect, distorting the actual historical situation and incorrectly educating the younger generation.
        1. alicante11
          alicante11 13 December 2013 12: 48
          +1
          His works must be removed from the school curriculum, where, on Putin's initiative, the "Gulag Archipelago" and other works of the "patriot" were included as incorrect, distorting the actual historical situation and incorrectly educating the younger generation.


          Back in the early 90s, in high school, I read this archipelago of lies from literature. True, extracurricular reading. And "one day" was a must-read.
        2. baltika-18
          baltika-18 13 December 2013 13: 46
          +2
          Quote: vladimirZ
          His works must be removed from the school curriculum, where, on Putin's initiative, the "Gulag Archipelago" and other works of the "patriot

          Like this to yourself! I didn’t know that they were going to school for him. That's it, Vova, like that .... son of a bitch! request
      2. Humpty
        Humpty 13 December 2013 09: 40
        +7
        [quote = makst83] The most famous troll in the recent history of this country

        To the point, +!
      3. Proud.
        Proud. 13 December 2013 11: 41
        +5
        Quote: makst83
        Is the object of worship of intellectuals
        I agree with everything you wrote, except this. It seems to me not intellectuals, but "pseudo-intellectuals", or "near-intellectuals."
      4. Andrey57
        Andrey57 13 December 2013 12: 48
        +4
        I completely agree, one hundred percent corresponds to his last name, from the word to lie good
    3. tomket
      tomket 13 December 2013 08: 55
      10
      Solzhenitsyn is a completely Khrushchev project, only Khrushchev was removed, and they forgot to close the project.
    4. Far East
      Far East 13 December 2013 09: 00
      14
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      I pay tribute to him for his time in camps

      dear, Lyokha! we have more than half of the citizens (inmates), or (who served) are guilty or not! but this person wrote a lot of LIES! and do not need to do justice to HIM! he shouted, sho everything is OK in the west. here the west has come to us! and SHO? only there are more "pussi wrights", "piderast" and so on. hi
    5. the polar
      the polar 13 December 2013 09: 08
      +4
      Quote: The same Lech


      I don’t like it in him - I pay tribute to him for his time in the camps, but there’s no need to invent fables.

      In the camps this geek did not sit, but escaped from the front. And during the time he was an active informer
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      2. grafrozow
        grafrozow 13 December 2013 22: 56
        -1
        Quote: Polar
        In the camps this geek did not sit, but escaped from the front. And during the time he was an active informer
        Steplag in Ekibastuz, in general jobs, even if you read a biography, you don't need to pass off nonsense for the truth, this "geek" was awarded orders at the front, isn't it a shame for his lie?
    6. pavlo
      pavlo 13 December 2013 09: 24
      +5
      and at this time the people fought for him, and he sat calmly !!!
      1. grafrozow
        grafrozow 13 December 2013 21: 33
        -2
        Quote: pavlo
        and at this time the people fought for him, and he sat calmly !!!

        And he was awarded the orders of World War II and the Red Star, do you know about this? I went to the front myself, because I didn’t take it because of my health. I always subscribed with my own name, I didn’t hide behind any nicknames, so nasty ...
    7. grafrozow
      grafrozow 13 December 2013 22: 49
      -3
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      Solzhenitsyn resorted to exaggeration, distorted facts and figures. The actual data he cited (65 million dead in the camps) diverge from the real figure of 60 million.
      Lech, why the census data in 1937. why they still haven’t given the exact number of deaths in the Second World War? Even 5 million. those who died in the camps are a trifle for you, and if your father and mother were there, how then?
  • Sterlya
    Sterlya 13 December 2013 07: 45
    14
    Personally, I did not understand Solzhenitsyn. Somehow it will be necessary to read his archipelago again.
    Although at the moment amers have the largest "archipelago" in the world. but not a single democrat writes a book about it
    1. Yura
      Yura 13 December 2013 11: 24
      +8
      Quote: Sterlya
      Personally, I did not understand Solzhenitsyn. Somehow it will be necessary to read his archipelago again.

      If you do not understand the first time, you won’t understand the second time, just lose time, this is not scientific work or research to study them, it’s gossip interspersed with the truth, the dirt of which is not visible. Only one of his advice to Yeltsin to give the islands of Japan (when he turned to him for advice) says a lot.
  • AX
    AX 13 December 2013 07: 49
    21
    Solzhenitsyn, now they are trying to make a new "idol" of democracy and love of freedom ... Only his carcass smells bad ...
    1. alicante11
      alicante11 13 December 2013 07: 59
      +5
      Do you want to say shit democracy and verbiage :)?
      1. AX
        AX 13 December 2013 08: 03
        0
        Yes sir!!!
  • alicante11
    alicante11 13 December 2013 07: 54
    28
    I put the article "-". As there is a saying "you cannot wash a black dog to white". As he was Solzhenitsyn, he will remain Solzhenitsyn.
    What kind of love of this type for Russia and the Russian people can be said if he worked for the enemies of Russia, for those who instigated the genocide of the Russian people in the 90 years?
    How can one justify the monstrous lie about the Stalinist repressions, which has become the ideological banner of our enemies?
    SOLZHEnitsyn anti-communist? And what did he dislike about communism? What, besides the lies about the billions of tortured in the Gulag, is its anti-communism expressed? Maybe he proved by economic calculations the inefficiency of a planned economy? Or with archival documents proved that the development of the USSR economy and victory in the war were contrary to the actions of the Communists and Stalin? No, this petty type simply reduced his petty scores to someone who could no longer answer him.
    Is Solzhenitsyn a fascist? Let's not offend Benito Mussolini. He even honestly tried to pull his native Italy to the top of European civilization. Methods are another conversation. But Italy did not pull to be a Great Power. This is Mussolini’s misfortune, but not fault. And Solzhenitsyn is a traitor and a Western mercenary who did everything to destroy his native country.
    Solzhenitsyn is a Hitlerite? Hitler raised the Reich economy from Weimar chaos. Let the money of the West. But what did Solzhenitsyn do for Russia? And even as the villain SOLZHEnitsyn next to the Fuhrer of the 3 Reich looks like a louse next to an elephant. So, a small dirty trick on the catch.

    So who is Solzhenitsyn? Judge for yourself.
    1. Tersky
      Tersky 13 December 2013 08: 51
      16
      Quote: alicante11
      So who is Solzhenitsyn? Judge for yourself.
      So to judge then, the answer is on the surface:
      1. My address
        My address 13 December 2013 15: 44
        +5
        Dear Victor! hi

        How you called him affectionately! I sobbed with laughter.

        But seriously - I read "One Day ...". Lies, but artistic. I tried "Cancer Ward" and, like, that about circles. What a moron! Absolutely unreadable, first of all extremely boring. And he could not, although it was a very long time ago, when samizdat was in great demand, and even the Strugatskys. It seems to me that those who claim to have read this nodak in "M" are lying.
        In the 90s I read that "One Day ..." was processed by a correspondent, and then they quarreled and no one could work with this ram on the literary side.
        Classic, damn it.
      2. grafrozow
        grafrozow 13 December 2013 23: 00
        -2
        Quote: Tersky
        So to judge then, the answer is on the surface:
        Floats on the surface, a deeper look, the mind is not enough ... A generation of inflexible Leninists ...
        1. 11111mail.ru
          11111mail.ru 14 December 2013 09: 19
          +1
          Quote: grafrozow
          Floats on the surface, a deeper look, the mind is not enough ... A generation of inflexible Leninists.

          Let's analyze: If r "but floats on the surface, then a sane person will not" look "deeper, he is smart enough to understand that the same" product "can be deeper only in a hydrated state ...
          “The generation of unbending Leninists was thoroughly thinned out before the Great Patriotic War, and it is a pity that it was not completely (Khrushchev mean). And the last“ bending one ”was marked with the Cain seal.
    2. kavkaz8888
      kavkaz8888 13 December 2013 10: 58
      +7
      alicante11 (4) Today, 07:54
      I thought about how to write about this "small dirty trick in the wings", I read your comment and I will say so, your text instead of "archipelago .." should be taught to children in schools.


      And I wonder how the surname was formed? SO-FALSE-SIC-in?
      Often found like this: SOLZHENITSYN. C-FALSE (LIVING) nicin. Let's pay attention to "-nicin", more precisely to "-nits-".

      And we get in "free translation" fallen prostitute liar.
      1. alicante11
        alicante11 13 December 2013 12: 52
        +2
        An interesting analysis of this talking surname, I didn’t go further than a lie :).
      2. grafrozow
        grafrozow 13 December 2013 23: 04
        -2
        Quote: kavkaz8888
        Often found like this: SOLZHENITSYN. C-FALSE (LIVING) nicin. Let's pay attention to "-nicin", more precisely to "-nits-".
        To go nuts !!! We work out fortune telling, treat hemorrhoids according to the photograph, a hereditary wizard ... Everything is clear.
      3. saxa2103
        saxa2103 14 December 2013 00: 30
        0
        exactly, in Chinese transcription (with hieroglyphs) 打破 的 是 个 骗子
  • Ihrek
    Ihrek 13 December 2013 07: 55
    11
    In any case, our enemies were delighted with him then, this is not good.
  • uhjpysq1
    uhjpysq1 13 December 2013 07: 55
    +7
    Solzhenitsyn = Rezun
    1. pensioner
      pensioner 13 December 2013 13: 41
      +3
      Quote: uhjpysq1
      Solzhenitsyn = Rezun

      Yes, the rezun is a small rascal compared to him ...
  • Dimy4
    Dimy4 13 December 2013 07: 56
    12
    This man contributed to the destruction of the USSR. And in my opinion it’s very, well, not foolish to expect favors from the authorities when you write works in which this authority is depicted, so to speak in bestiality. And they gently treated him, just drove him abroad.
    1. ivshubarin
      ivshubarin 13 December 2013 07: 59
      13
      It was necessary to shibanut this ice ax this sv.loch
      1. Dimy4
        Dimy4 13 December 2013 19: 03
        +1
        This is very cruel. You can simply poison or drown in the bathroom.
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  • dark_65
    dark_65 13 December 2013 07: 57
    +3
    This rare Solzhenitsyn mouse is experienced, thinking, and therefore the most harmful, read a lot from him, everything seems to converge, but how is this "intellectual" taint of the times of Chekhov and Kuprin rushing.
    After all, time has long changed.
    1. Sol
      Sol 13 December 2013 08: 02
      +1
      Good afternoon!
      Aesthetic nonsense. The bogeyman of Stalin does not give rest.
      Mathematics teacher - "captain" of the Red Army - employee of "sharaga" !!!! ?????? - isn't there an answer?
    2. 11111mail.ru
      11111mail.ru 14 December 2013 09: 26
      0
      Quote: dark_65
      "intellectual" scent of the times of Chekhov and Kuprin

      Dear, do not like A.P. Chekhov and A.I. Kuprin, so put A.I.Solzhenitsyn into their company. At your leisure, read The Dome of St. Isaac of Dalmatia, a story by A.I. Kuprin. He is quite a sane person, unlike Solzhenitsyn.
  • Valery Neonov
    Valery Neonov 13 December 2013 07: 59
    +8
    ... Solzhenitsyn was indeed a patriot of Russia, but a patriot of a very special kind, not at all the same patriot as Minin or Pozharsky were ...-interesting, but what kind of "patriot" he was ...- ... Solzhenitsyn showed that communism is the worst thing that can happen on the planet, that any means are good for the extermination of communism, including the killing of Russians by Russians ... and this is from the point of view of the author patriotism ... fool
  • makarov
    makarov 13 December 2013 08: 02
    +1
    The Nazi is a German (from National Socialism), and the fascist is an Italian (from the name of a bunch of rods with an ax from the guards of the ancient Roman kings). The economic, political and ideological platform in Nazi Germany and fascist Italy was slightly different.
    As a synonym, these words are used only in the countries of the former USSR and the Warsaw Pact. In the West, the term Nazis is used for the Germans in World War II.
    For the author personally, I give an excerpt, and I recommend thinking and thinking intelligently:
    "A trail of dirty scum dragged behind Prince Kropotkin, a world-renowned scientist, a man of the purest soul and heart. He already knew from newspapers and rumors what" followers "he had in his homeland, and looked angrily towards the low-cut sailors ...
    The prince told them:
    “Anarchism is not at all what you think.” You need to learn. On one, the light did not converge on me. There will be no freedom without knowledge!
    “Yes, we know ... we read,” Khatov answered him.
    “Have you read my Poshekhonskaya Antiquity?”
    - Well then! We are only working on it.
    - Have you also read my book "Lord Golovlev"?
    - We go to bed with her. Read, under each pillow.
    "The history of one city," it turned out, they were outlined.
    - You're lying! - And the prince walked away from them.
    Anarchists followed him, spitting seeds.
    - The old man makes a fool. He fills himself with a price. Not such attacked ... "
    SW the author is not much different from the sailors described.
    1. 11111mail.ru
      11111mail.ru 13 December 2013 21: 14
      0
      You have quoted an excerpt from VS Pikul's novel "Moonzund". When quoting, you must mention the author, dear.
      Quote: makarov
      (from the name of the bunch of rods with an ax from the guards of the ancient Roman kings)

      the "fascia" of the Caesar lictors.
      1. Yarosvet
        Yarosvet 13 December 2013 22: 34
        0
        Quote: 11111mail.ru
        the "fascia" of the Caesar lictors.

        Yes, who only doesn’t have them laughing
        1. Corsair
          Corsair 17 December 2013 02: 23
          0
          Quote: Yarosvet
          Yes, who only doesn’t have them
  • Humpty
    Humpty 13 December 2013 08: 04
    22
    I will leave aside the criticism of Solzhenitsyn. Kantor "found" a foshist, probably looking for a long time.
    The Nazis are easiest to find in Israel.
    In Russia, they also occur occasionally, for example:
    1. yurii p
      yurii p 13 December 2013 09: 52
      12
      it may be fascists, but more precisely Caines, and there are many more in Russia, and they gave birth to their own kind, that’s scary.
      1. Yura
        Yura 13 December 2013 11: 35
        +5
        Cain killed his brother, understood what he had done and "repented", these will not repent, they are Judas forever, betrayal of their state of mind and way of life.
  • Azzi
    Azzi 13 December 2013 08: 05
    +7
    He was a passionate and furious man who defended beliefs. By misunderstanding, his beliefs were considered democratic and liberal. They were never like that. Solzhenitsyn was indeed a patriot of Russia, but a patriot of a very special kind, by no means such a patriot as Minin or Pozharsky. Solzhenitsyn was a traditionalist - but again, in a special vein, in that vein of conservative traditionalism that appeared in Europe in the thirties and embodied in the works of Junger, Selin, Pound, van den Brook, Evola, etc. This direction of consciousness is most fully expressed in Heidegger's philosophy, and Solzhenitsyn could be called a spontaneous Heideggerian, but even more accurately defined as a follower of the conservative revolution, anti-communist and traditionalist.


    In short, what did this man want? Yes xs ... but by all appearances, for sure something good. I'm lying))) Patriot, but ... not like Minin and Pozharsky, but what then? That's just the point, you can't wait for an answer, there are no realities, they are not convenient to write, they can refute, and therefore words, words, words are like a smoke screen. "Lousy intelligentsia". Needless to say, author, kill yourself against the wall: -
    Solzhenitsyn’s anti-communism and moderate religiosity are explained not by his Christianity and not by his bourgeois abstract humanism, but by his consistent faith in the national consciousness of the ethnos, due to organization, in the aristocracy of the elite, in the romance of the traditional methods of controlling the masses.

    he was that very definitely.
  • CALL.
    CALL. 13 December 2013 08: 15
    26
    From book to book, every professional anti-communist invariably wanders a “terrifying story” about the destruction of 12 “prisoners of the Stalinist Gulag” in the ice of the Arctic. The "story" is as follows. The “slave ship” “Jurma”, owned by the “almighty NKVD”, loaded 1933 convicts in Vladivostok at the end of the summer of 12 and set off for Kolyma. In the Chukchi Sea, "Jurma" stuck for six months in the ice. When the Jurma arrived in Ambarchik at the mouth of the Kolyma River in the spring of 1934, its holds were empty. The convicts froze and were thrown by the evil KGB on the ice. For the first time, two former Trotskyists David Dallin and Boris Nikolaevsky spoke of such horrors in the book Forced Labor in Soviet Russia, published in the USA in 1947. When asked by journalists where they got such “data” from, they refused to tell the sources of information, but assured the “public” that the described “atrocities of the Chekists” in the Arctic Ocean were “a complete and absolutely reliable fact.” In the 70s, the "fact" was included in the epic of Sani Solzhenitzer "The Gulag Archipelago". In 1978, Robert Conquest, a pro-CIA professional anti-communist, spoke snotty and tearful about this “tragedy" in a book with the creepy title, The Artic Death Camps. I did not forget to mention "Jurma" and nimble Sakharov (Zuckerman) in the "Memoirs". It seems that all this waste paper was composed in one place. Even in 1996, the "details" of Stalin's atrocities "were written for the readers of Germany by a certain" historian "Ralf Stettner in a book with a long and boring propaganda title" The Gulag Archipelago: Stalin's Forced Camps: Instruments of Terror and an Economic Giant ". The fake Jurma had a multi-purpose scope. Along with the escalation of fear and indignation, she contained slander against Stalin. In February 1934, the Chelyuskins stuck in the polar ice (they were rescued in early April). America offered to evacuate the crew to Alaska with its own sa-planes. Stalin refused. You think why? Not at all because I felt a sense of national pride, because Soviet aviation was no worse than American by then. And due to the fact that not far from the Chelyuskin residents, “Chekist animals” dumped frozen mountains of “Gulag prisoners” onto the ice and the Americans could find them from airplanes. So say, in any case, "reliable sources" from the Dallin, Nikolaev, Solzhenitser and sugar Sophiano. "Jurma" was well known in the West, and especially in the USA. During the war, the ship repeatedly delivered supplies under the Lend-Lease. Therefore, apparently, they decided to use the ship to transport their false propaganda ducks around the world. However, they missed the fact that "Jurma" was known not only in the United States, but also in Europe. The ship was built at the shipyard near Rotterdam in 1921 and was then called “Brielle”. In the 60s, the ship was sent for scrap. The other day, anti-communists had to write off this long-fake fake. As Hamburg's Die Zeit writes in a November 6, 2003 issue, a book by Martin Ballinger, a renowned maritime specialist, was published in the United States. Great Falls in Virginia. He managed to expose the lies about the "Jurm". In his book “Stalin's Slave Ships: Kolyma, the Great Gulag Fleet and the Role of the West”, which was just published by Praeger Publishers, an honest historian exposed the fake by simply looking at the Lloyd Register, according to which Brielle was acquired by the USSR only in 1935. In the archive of Amsterdam shipping, he found indications that “one of the creators of the Gulag” Berzin came to Holland and bought the ships “Brielle”, “Almelo” and “Batoe” for the USSR. In April 1935, the ships were sent to the Far East of the USSR. “Brielle” has been renamed “Jurmu”. Thus, in 1934 no “Chekist atrocities in the Arctic” could take place simply because the “Jurma” was in Holland at that time.
    1. evgenm55
      evgenm55 13 December 2013 09: 49
      +2
      Thank you, interesting information. Only, as far as I know, Yan Berzin had nothing to do with the GULAG. He worked with Pavel Sudoplatov in another department and in another direction - he trained reconnaissance saboteurs.
      1. CALL.
        CALL. 13 December 2013 14: 24
        +2
        Eduard Petrovich Berzin on February 7 [February 19], 1894 - August 1, 1938) - activist of the Cheka - OGPU - NKVD, one of the organizers and leaders of the GULAG system, the first director of the Dalstroy state trust, divintant was appointed director of the trust on November 14, 1931 " Dalstroy. " He arrived at Nagaev’s bay on the Sakhalin steamer on February 4, 1932. Later, he combined the posts of the authorized collegium of the OGPU of the USSR (then - the NKVD), the Dalkraykom of the CPSU (b), the Dalkraykom executive committee and the chief of the Nagayevo-Magadan garrison of the Okhotsk-Kolyma region.

        In May 1935 he traveled to Amsterdam, where he made the purchase of steamers for the needs of Dalstroy. The one you are talking about, Berzin Yan Karlovich really served in the Red Army Intelligence Agency.
      2. saxa2103
        saxa2103 14 December 2013 00: 44
        0
        Jan Karlovich Berzin (Berzins, Latvian. Jānis Bērziņš; real name - Peteris Janovich Kyusis was born in Jaunpils parish, Riga county, Livonia province (now Latvia) in the family of a Latvian laborer with Jewish roots. 1905-1905. In 1907, sentenced to 1907 years of hard labor for the murder of a policeman, but due to minority, the sentence was reduced to 8 years. In 2 he was again arrested for revolutionary activity and exiled to Irkutsk province, from where he fled in 1911.
        During the First World War he was drafted into the army, from where he deserted. He worked as a locksmith in the factories of Petrograd. Actively participated in the February Revolution. In the summer of 1917 - editor of the Latvian newspaper "Proletariat Qin."
        During the October armed uprising of 1917, a member of the party committee in the Vyborg region and a member of the Petrograd committee. Since December 1917 he worked in the apparatus of the Cheka of the RSFSR.


        Ya. K. Berzin on a USSR stamp
        January - May 1919 - Deputy People's Commissar of Internal Affairs of Soviet Latvia. In December 1920 he was transferred to the service in the Intelligence Directorate of the Red Army. In March 1924 - April 1935, he was the head of the 4th (intelligence) directorate of the Red Army headquarters, in fact, he created the USSR military intelligence system. He filed a report on his dismissal after the Copenhagen failure of the "meeting of residents" in Denmark in February 1935 (four senior officials of the central intelligence apparatus were arrested at once), which is indicated as claiming to be the largest failure in the entire history of the Soviet special services [1].
        From April 1935 to June 1936, he was deputy commander of the Special Red Banner Far Eastern Army (he was listed as deputy commander of OKDVA until reappointment as head of the Intelligence Directorate [2]). In 1936-1937 he was the chief military adviser in the army of republican Spain under the name of General Donizetti (surrendered affairs to the commander Grigory Stern [2]). At the end of May 1937 he returned to the USSR and again took the post of head of the Intelligence Agency. The CEC and the Council of People's Commissars approved him with the rank of army commissar of the 2nd rank. On August 1, 1937, he was removed from his post as head of the Intelligence Directorate and sent to the USSR People’s Commissar for Defense.
        Arrested on November 27, 1937 on charges of "Trotskyist anti-Soviet terrorist activity." He was shot on July 29, 1938 at the Kommunarka training ground [3] by the verdict of the Military Collegium of the Supreme Court. Rehabilitated posthumously July 28, 1956.
    2. Proud.
      Proud. 13 December 2013 12: 05
      +5
      Quote: Z.O.V.
      . The convicts froze and were thrown by the evil KGB on the ice.
      A couple of years ago, one lady, in the comments (on one of the forums, in a highly respected publication), told "a terrible, cynical way of killing the prisoners of the Gulag." The lady is from the Baltic States. , I really don't know how, along a certain route or in a circle. And then they waited until after the rains, frosts would hit, to freeze the prisoners alive!
  • krpmlws
    krpmlws 13 December 2013 08: 17
    14
    "The convictions of Solzhenitsyn were completely sincere, he served Russia passionately ..." - God forbid Russia from such "intercessors" and "guardians." All these Solzhenitsyn and Gorbachev of the same berry field are stupidity and utter rot.
  • biglow
    biglow 13 December 2013 08: 20
    12
    Solzhenitsyn mu .... to, the Soviet government cured him of cancer and he watered it, in any other country he would have rotted and no one would twitch ....
    1. biglow
      biglow 13 December 2013 13: 23
      +1
      here, someone considers Solzhenitsyn a hero .. Answer a nice man, tell me something ...
  • drop
    drop 13 December 2013 08: 36
    13
    Not a single positive review, to which I join, I read his stories and books, even when I was abroad on business trips. Surprised by his praise, for our country he did nothing useful, including for literature (this is in my opinion). Although I have more than 300 scientific and artistic works
  • vlad52-t
    vlad52-t 13 December 2013 08: 40
    11
    Cheap article. Solzhenitsyn is an anti-communist, no doubt. Patriot? Well, yes, like the policemen during the war. And I did not notice the literary talent in his writings. Anti-Semite? Perhaps after being used and thrown. As usual, it happens with all traitors.
    1. 11111mail.ru
      11111mail.ru 13 December 2013 21: 31
      0
      Quote: vlad52-t
      Anti-Semite? Perhaps after being used and thrown.

      If his papakhen was a cross, what kind of an anti-Semite is he? It’s just a shame to the intellectual (which he undoubtedly considered himself to be) that some upstarts (again, in his mind) were more successful than him, envy gnawed, his soul was disheveled, protest was cherished and therefore the result was a foregone conclusion. First a sharashka, then a librarian in a camp, then a hospital, the first literary success on the wave of denunciations of "Stalin's crimes", then emigration and a triumphant return to the ruins of the USSR in Elson's sweaty arms.
  • Altona
    Altona 13 December 2013 08: 46
    13
    In any case, when the curtain of taboo over his books fell, it became obvious that if his works carried the truth, then this truth was abundantly watered with the sauce of anti-communism ... Ultimately, his works brought doubts about the correctness of the existing system and led to the collapse countries ... And the people who are destroying the country, in any case, should not be respected ... So, your place is not in the Pantheon of Heroes, Alexander Isaevich ... The language of his works is terrible ... I do not understand his "tops", " me "," zabarinoval "; he is not drawn to Shukshin ... If he positions himself as a philosopher, then he could not rise above his anti-communism like the same Ilyin ... By the way, part of his literary sources were sheets of Goebel propaganda ... He justified the atrocities of the fascists, collaboration , "Vlasovism" ... I spat on my homeland in general ... I was an opponent of progress, sang praises of pre-revolutionary denseness and austerity ... Well, such is he a writer, Alexander Isaevich Solzhenitsyn ...
    1. CALL.
      CALL. 13 December 2013 10: 00
      16
      The Gulag Archipelago is a textbook of hatred of My Homeland. And millions of children around the world will be raised in a lie. It’s worth typing Solzhenitsyn in a search engine, and the reviews show that he is praised the same as Gorbachev, Gaidar, Yeltsin and others. Well, a worthy company.
  • yan
    yan 13 December 2013 08: 48
    +5
    The parody writer Voinovich brought Sim Simich Karnavalov, an ecstatic dictator,
    this is probably one of the best incarnations of Solzhenitsyn in literature, fanfare and narcissism, a life of dreams and a complete separation from reality. The liberal fraternity, who elevated to the cult of Solzhenitsyn in many ways, played the "king", but in fact it was rather weak
  • calocha
    calocha 13 December 2013 08: 52
    14
    It’s a shame that they read this informer and a liar in schools. For me personally, he (Solzhenitsyn A, I) is a verbiage. Orienting on yap stupidity.
    1. AX
      AX 13 December 2013 08: 59
      +7
      I agree with you ...
  • Boris55
    Boris55 13 December 2013 08: 57
    +8
    His last name speaks for itself: Solzhi_nitsin.
    (you know about the institute of Jewish wives, but whoever doesn’t know will find it on the Internet)
  • Neighbor
    Neighbor 13 December 2013 09: 05
    +5
    In any case, I never understood people who strive to "rise" humiliating their neighbors and nothing else.
  • Jurkovs
    Jurkovs 13 December 2013 09: 21
    +4
    I didn't like the gulag as a book, an attempt to inoculate national sadomasochism. Simply touched by the suffering of people. About 65 million, I can not judge, but it is annoying that the Communists did not open the archives and did not refute them with facts. By the way, the archives of the NKGB have not yet been fully opened and that 65 million and other figures were obtained indirectly. When a dispute with Ukraine about the "Holodomor" arose, the archives were immediately found and objective figures appeared. It's bad that Solzhenitsyn's Gulag is still the main source of information about the events in the camps.
    1. Djozz
      Djozz 13 December 2013 10: 19
      +1
      There is a note to Khrushchev about the number of those who were repressed and executed in the period 1920-1953.
    2. Dimych
      Dimych 13 December 2013 11: 23
      +3
      I have to upset you. The archives were open, but the conclusions that were made after studying them turned out to be completely different from those expected by the foremen of perestroika. Read the works of Zemskov VN, based on archival data. They convincingly prove the lies of Solzhenitsyn and others like him. Therefore, they are now silenced by the official authorities.
      1. Djozz
        Djozz 13 December 2013 11: 56
        +3
        I do not need to upset that the figures set forth by Solzhenitsyn are nonsense, I know!
  • MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 13 December 2013 09: 25
    +7
    Made from Solzhenitsin in the west a sort of icon of the struggle against the Soviets .. I remembered his "return" to Russia by train across the country ... He hoped that crowds of people would welcome him with applause .. It turned out not! he is an enemy for the common Russian people! And the symbol for such as Alekseeva Novodvorskaya, etc .. It was a pity for him .. (even on the Central Television tried to teach us how we need to live ..) and died ..
  • Standard Oil
    Standard Oil 13 December 2013 09: 40
    +4
    The population of the USSR at that time was about 160 million people, it turns out that there were about 65-70 million people, almost every second person. What nonsense?
  • Sterlya
    Sterlya 13 December 2013 09: 40
    +9
    The first concentration camps in Russia were built by the Americans during the Civil War. when they landed in the north, and were mainly engaged in robbery. in concentration camps they tortured, killed the Russians who prevented them from robbing and simply because the Russians
  • tilovaykrisa
    tilovaykrisa 13 December 2013 09: 48
    +9
    Bearded bastard obscurantist book vile libel.
  • CALL.
    CALL. 13 December 2013 09: 50
    12
    I believe that A. Solzhenitsyn as a writer, i.e. as a person who should be able to read his thoughts in a readable form on paper - zero (using his vocabulary), and as a historian and philosopher - even worse.
    Solzhenitsyn’s first publisher abroad was A. Flegon, who had the Flegon Press publishing house in London. While Solzhenitsyn needed advertising in the West, he was pleased with Flegon, but when he moved to Switzerland, he immediately started making money and Flegon was no longer needed. They quarreled, Solzhenitsyn’s lawyers tried to bring suits against Flegon, but Flegon turned out to be a shooting sparrow, not giving rise to lawsuits. The angry Flegon in 1981 wrote the book “Solzhenitsyn - a prophet?” In which he tore Solzhenitsyn to pieces and chewed each part carefully. But Solzhenitsyn’s lawyers were silent, therefore, Phlegon did not give a reason to accuse himself of slander or insult. Since Solzhenitsyn is beyond criticism in our country, Flegon was able to publish his book only in 1994 and only in Kyrgyzstan, which did not like Solzhenitsyn’s brains “How can we equip Russia” (Bishkek, “Brockfil”, 1994).
    Flegon writes: “The books Solzhenitsyn is currently writing are protected by copyright, and therefore I don’t think anyone will try to print them without his permission. But, on the other hand, interest in Solzhenitsyn’s books has fallen so much that I personally would never have agreed to print his real books, even if the author himself had offered them to me. Printing Solzhenitsyn’s books in the current situation is a pure financial loss. They can only be printed by publishers that receive money from US intelligence. I have the legal right to print various books of Solzhenitsyn, but I am not going to print them in the future. Firstly, due to the changing attitude of readers to the author, and secondly, due to the fact that I publish only those authors, in whose sincerity I believe.
    “The best evidence of such a claim is the sale figures of the Gulag.” The first volume in Russian survived three editions, and 60.000 copies were sold. The second and third volumes were printed only once and then far from sold out. From the second volume, only 4.000 were sold, and from the third, 2.000 copies. This means that 58.000 readers have decided that the third volume is simply a waste of time, while 56.000 readers think the same thing about the second volume. In his book, “The Error of the West,” Solzhenitsyn reports on an American who offered his daughters one hundred dollars to read the second volume of the Gulag, but they flatly refused ”(p. 361).
    Phlegon constantly emphasizes that Solzhenitsyn, by his stupidity, does not understand the role of anti-Soviet propagandists in the ranks and really considers himself a genius. And he gives such an example. Upon learning that V. Vysotsky’s records were dismantled in Paris at a price of 70 francs, the luminous foolishly decided that the people with his voice would grab the crap. I decided to print my poem “Prussian Nights”, and to it, with an application, also stamped a record of the author’s performance of this poem. To begin with, Solzhenitsyn did all this with a circulation of only 10 thousand copies, and Vysotsky also did not swing his hand at the fees - for all the pleasure he set a price of 40 francs. He threw the goods on sale and, I think, bought bags for money and began to wait. “But days passed, and nobody attacked the record and poem. Then the American intelligence gave him his first order in the hope that he could quickly give them free to Soviet sailors, tourists and Russians living in the West. But it turned out that there are not so many people who want to have Solzhenitsyn for free. For several years after these works entered the market and until the summer of 1980, the author was able to sell (including US intelligence orders) only some two hundred copies ”(p. 369).
  • soldier's grandson
    soldier's grandson 13 December 2013 10: 07
    +1
    I think that if we wrote here in the 90s, then the comments were clearly the opposite, now they have seen
    1. vasiliysxx
      vasiliysxx 13 December 2013 21: 22
      +2
      In 90 years I also said that he was a Hawaiian prostitute.
  • Far East
    Far East 13 December 2013 10: 14
    +7
    Quote: Soldier's grandson
    I think that if we wrote here in the 90s, then the comments were clearly opposite now

    respected! in vain you are so! my understanding is bad, good! came to me over the years of reading literature! I had a negative attitude towards him that way. hi
    1. soldier's grandson
      soldier's grandson 13 December 2013 10: 19
      +5
      but I didn’t even read it, my grandfather told me about the camps, I didn’t see any negativity in his story, I realized that there was a necessary purge from saboteurs, laureates after the Victory
    2. MIKHAN
      MIKHAN 13 December 2013 10: 44
      +6
      Quote: Far East
      Quote: soldier's grandson
      I think that if we wrote here in the 90s, then the comments were clearly opposite now

      respected! in vain you are so! my understanding is bad, good! came to me over the years of reading literature! I had a negative attitude towards him that way. hi

      I agree! The people of Russia did not accept him (to put it mildly) in the 90s I remember imposing him on everyone .. Yes, the majority spat on him as they do now .. Zanuda and whiner and books are like that ..
      1. CALL.
        CALL. 13 December 2013 14: 38
        +5
        And I bought and read in the early 90s. Already then there was some mystery around this opus. The impression is really boring. He was at a loss what was in him that made the press ecstatic. You now understand what PR is.
  • Djozz
    Djozz 13 December 2013 10: 15
    +4
    From his "newspeak", BLEVA T throws! Such a burden to those sentenced to life should be read, Schaub immediately hanged themselves, the nickname of the informer "Vetrov"
  • Fitter65
    Fitter65 13 December 2013 10: 35
    +7
    I liked the phrase that was repeated on "VESTI 24" in his 95th birthday, "... he did not sit in the archives, he wrote from the memories of people who survived ..." And the memories of people who survived something, whoever he wants, We have been going on mountain fishing for the last 15 years 154 km from Komsomolsk, in that area there are abandoned pits of gold miners, nearby are ruins, locals say that GULAG convicts worked and lived here, tourists grandmothers pay to be taken to the "very-very" area where "the unfortunate prisoners were dying mining gold." They are being taken, shown the ruins, they say this is this, this is ... And there really is a rotted tower, pillars with the remains of thorns, several skeletons of buildings ... in general, "the real facts of the" Beria atrocities. "The truth is that from the late 60s to the mid-90s there was a point of the RSDN, and a couple of kilometers from them worked an artel, no one says, and why? bad ... And tell me that there was a military point here, and nearby artel workers earned money ... A. Solzhenitsin was one of the first to become so money t How to make money, the main thing is to grunt ...
  • CALL.
    CALL. 13 December 2013 10: 37
    11
    The ignorance of Solzhenitsyn, the Nobel laureate is so amazing, so amazing and dumbfounding that a doubt creeps in: is he a Russian man with Rostov University and two courses of the famous Moscow Institute of Philosophy, Literature and History, if he himself wrote, for example, “The Gulag Archipelago ? After all, what is the mere assurance that “because of the swamps and forests Napoleon did not find Moscow” (GULAG Archipelago. YMCA-PRESS, Paris, 1973, Vol. 1, p. 387). What kind of Russian could have written this even with a seven-year education in the sixties of the last century? And there - a heap of such information! I’m not talking about heaps of spelling absurdities. How can one not heed the voices assuring the foreign origin of the "Archipelago". For example, in the books of N. Fedya “Literature of the rebellious century” (M., 2003), A. Ognev “Counter-revolution and literature” (Tver, 2007), in other publications there are lines from the memoirs of the American ambassador to the USSR D. Beam: “When my employees in Moscow brought me a pile of sheets signed by Solzhenitsyn, at first I did not know what to do with them. When he planted his editors for editing and revising these materials, he received the “Gulag Archipelago”. The worldwide advertising of this book dealt a powerful blow to the USSR ”(N. Fed, p. 512; A. Ognev, p. 145; True, 25.2.1997).
  • demotivator
    demotivator 13 December 2013 10: 48
    +8
    Solzhenitsyn, neither as a writer, nor simply as a citizen, has long been of no interest to anyone except his relatives and an insignificant part of the so-called liberal, or rather, anti-Russian intelligentsia. A shameless liar who misled, for the sake of our and Western anti-Sovietists, everything and everyone in our difficult history. His books, like himself, are stubbornly and brazenly imposed on us and our children. The language of the "writer" is heavy and sometimes some kind of invented, artificial, like that of psychos in a madhouse. Sometimes listening to the impudent propaganda of his novels, it seems that there are no other writers in the country besides him. This inevitably causes rejection and rejection. Thinking people have long decided who is a writer and who is a scribe.
    1. sergey72
      sergey72 13 December 2013 11: 00
      +4
      Quote: demotivator
      artificial like crazy in a madhouse

      You rightly noticed that!
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  • sergey72
    sergey72 13 December 2013 10: 50
    +3
    Solzhenitsyn justifies his last name - corrupt, lying ... am moderators deleted, but you understand who he is ...
  • jjj
    jjj 13 December 2013 11: 17
    +6
    Yes, and as a writer he is no
  • Andrey Ulyanovsky
    Andrey Ulyanovsky 13 December 2013 11: 26
    +6
    Shame on the country. What is the use of praising or scolding him? It's bad that children are forced to read his "compositions"!
  • Proud.
    Proud. 13 December 2013 11: 29
    +4
    The fact is that Solzhenitsyn was a fascist.
    Oh, a burning phrase! And the boys do not know ... I have one opponent, on one of the forums, he reads Solzhenitsyn very much. Now, when I meet him, I will "poke" quotes from this article.
  • pensioner
    pensioner 13 December 2013 11: 55
    +4
    His love for the Motherland and the Russian people was combined with the recognition of General Vlasov, a traitor to the Motherland, who turned his weapon against Russia and stood under the banner of Hitler.

    The fact that he is a liar and a great saint is no longer a secret to anyone. But the last thing remains: what kind of writer is he, what kind of a master of words? For me: so, no. Of all his work, you can more or less read only Ivan Denisovich. Everything else is written in such a dry, absolutely inexpressive language that against its background editorials in the newspaper Pravda look the height of expressiveness ... In relations with people, he was arrogant, narcissistic, greedy. What do we have in the bottom line? And we have a symbol, ascended to a pedestal by that part of the intelligentsia, which, in its eternal search for TRUTH, has reached the point of denying everything Soviet. In the report of one agent introduced by the gendarmerie into the social democratic circles of Ekatnrinburg in 1917. (on the eve of the February revolution) it was said: "There is agitation among the workers. The JEWS are especially agitating!" In the case of Solzhenitsyn, it was also not without them. Absolutely right!! I speak competently. Himself passed the period of worship before him. Where were my eyes ??? am
  • Djozz
    Djozz 13 December 2013 12: 01
    +4
    At the insistence of the inconsolable widow Solzhenitsin, the most fraudulent quotes were removed from the book "Akhripelag GULAG", recommended for study at school!
  • JIaIIoTb
    JIaIIoTb 13 December 2013 12: 06
    0
    You can have a different attitude to Solzhenitsin, as a writer took place, as a participant in the collapse of my country also took place.
  • EtickayaSila
    EtickayaSila 13 December 2013 12: 13
    +4
    I highly recommend reading the book "A. Solzhenitsyn - the genius of the first spit" and I think for many everything will fall into place ...
  • faraon
    faraon 13 December 2013 12: 19
    +9
    I read Solzhenitsyn both in Russia and abroad, but I still did not fully understand his writings. The impression was that the person was very much offended by the Soviet regime. I agree that there were repressions, but who was repressed? Those who contributed to the plunder of the country, who signed the Brest treaties, just who violated socialist legality for that period of time. Yes, the party was our leader, but under the party's banners more than one generation of new people grew up, loving and ready to give their lives for the Motherland. Why did Solzhenitsyn need to throw mud at these people, and indeed the whole generation grew up in the era of break. A. Solzhenitsyn's works have no historical value, do not carry anything valuable for the growing generation, since they have no basis under their name, but only the recollections of "eyewitnesses" that can neither be verified nor rejected. Yes, perhaps there is some truth in his writings, but at that time it was impossible to do otherwise. Democracy cannot be implanted; it must be educated and this is a long process. cess., since democracy implies not only freedom but also the duty of the citizen to the state. And this I just did not find in the works of A. Solzhenitsyn, only hatred and revenge on the existing system at that time.
  • Fitter65
    Fitter65 13 December 2013 12: 57
    +7
    Yes, the funniest thing when Vesti24 remembered this writer, showed his arrival in Russia in 94. There he speaks over the microphone, all sorts of nonsense, so most of all I liked the "background" (in connection called extraneous noises in the communication channel) of the crowd .I listened to this speech all day (fortunately, I had to kill time, and the news was repeated every hour) - it sounds, interrupting the "GURU" broadcasting into the microphone, from "make it louder", "Hurray", "why are we pinned down", " zadolbal goat ", well, and something like that. What does the people in the first rows talk with the rear ones, turning away from the" broadcaster ", only correspondents (they are at work) look in his direction, well, der Mokraty, damn really showed the truth ...
  • Bigriver
    Bigriver 13 December 2013 13: 38
    +6
    This is an infection. One of the viruses caught in a weakened body. Such an infection is always full around.
    I saw him, out of necessity, at the Khabarovsk railway station in 1995. When the character was returning from Vermont to Russia. "I thought, I think I-I-I-I-I ..." Ugh, Lord.
    Thinker...
    It’s hard for him down there.
    1. pensioner
      pensioner 13 December 2013 14: 34
      +3
      Quote: BigRiver
      It's hard for him down there

      Yeah ... Devils on it come off in full am. VIP client, after all ...
      1. Tersky
        Tersky 13 December 2013 22: 43
        +2
        Quote: retired
        Yeah ... The devils on it come off in full. VIP client, after all ...

        I doubt it ... rather he’s reading the hell out of hell ....
  • Altona
    Altona 13 December 2013 15: 22
    +5
    Quote: Z.O.V.
    I believe that A. Solzhenitsyn as a writer, i.e. as a person who should be able to read his thoughts in a readable form on paper - zero (using his vocabulary), and as a historian and philosopher - even worse.

    -----------------------
    I wholeheartedly applaud you ... I wrote a frank ordering ... Why does no one in the West advertise the problems of the Great Depression? Mafia wars of the 1920-1970s? It’s much more interesting to read ... I watched a documentary about the American mafia, I couldn’t come off until I watched all the episodes ... It’s also about the great American criminals, Chikatilo is a baby compared to them ... The Holodomor in the USA, 30- e years, when milk was poured into the ocean in tanks so as not to bring down prices ... Work on building roads and laying tunnels for a dollar a day for myself, and three dollars for my family ... Confiscation of gold from the population to maintain their own currency ... So whose gulag was worse?
    1. CALL.
      CALL. 14 December 2013 07: 12
      +2
      In American history, there is a crime against its people - this is the Great American Holodomor of the same, ill-fated 1932/33 year, as a result of which the United States missed millions of its citizens. The memory of this is reliably walled up in falsified statistics reports, in archives cleaned up from evidence of crimes, written off to the “invisible hand of the market”, varnished by panegyrics about the genius of President Roosevelt and the happiness of “public works” organized by him for the nation. Here is part of a screenshot of the US government statistical site. “A statistical report for this year has not been compiled,” reads the signature. A good way to hide the ends in water. Just do not report. According to American statistics, during the decade from 1931 to 1940, no less than 8 million 553 thousand people lost on the dynamics of population growth in the USA, and population growth indicators change immediately, at once, two (!) Times exactly at the turn of 1930/31 years, fall and freeze at this level for exactly ten years. And just as unexpectedly, a decade later, they return to their previous meanings. There is no explanation for this in the vast hundreds of pages text of the US Department of Commerce's American report, Statistical Abstract of the United States, although it is filled with explanations on other issues that are not worth mentioning even when mentioned above. The question is simply ignored by default. Any demographer will tell you that a simultaneous double change in indicators of population dynamics in a hundred millionth huge country is possible only as a result of mass deaths. In the total volume of demographic losses, a special place is occupied by child mortality. Later American statistics contain data on the age distribution of surviving children, as of 1940. And if in 1940 the number of births in the 20s was 24 million 80 thousand, then, while maintaining this demographic trend in the 30s, at least 26 million 800 thousand children should have been born. But in the generation of those born in the 30s, a shortage of 5 million 573 thousand is striking! Neither more nor less! Maybe the birth rate has declined? But even in the 40s - during the Second World War, despite all the losses and millions of men called up for military service - the birth rate was restored almost to its previous values. You can argue about the numbers. But American human rights activists did not even stutter about this. But the Holodomor in Ukraine is very upsetting
  • cherkas.oe
    cherkas.oe 13 December 2013 15: 24
    +2
    Another paradoxical article from a fellow countryman of his relatives, so as not to forget the Judas.
  • Baton
    Baton 13 December 2013 15: 49
    +3
    A person with the surname So-LZhe-Nitsin cannot write the truth ...
  • Criceta
    Criceta 13 December 2013 16: 20
    -5
    It seems to me that the only sin of Solzhenitsyn, in the eyes of the author of the article and local commentators, is that he does not let enthusiastic drool over Stalin. Trying to be objective. Blame the dictatorship and fascism of a man who denounces the dictatorial system in his works ... Bullshit. The author of the article is better to look for himself in other fields other than journalism ...
    1. Djozz
      Djozz 13 December 2013 17: 02
      +4
      Facts of objectivity, pity in the studio!
      1. Criceta
        Criceta 13 December 2013 22: 00
        -2
        To argue and prove anything here about Stalin, repression and dictatorship ??? Yes, do I have anything more? The Internet is big, there are a lot of books - read ... Everything is here with the aim of expressing one’s opinion, so let everyone stay with their own. And filling the gaps in your education is not for me.
        1. Yarosvet
          Yarosvet 13 December 2013 22: 37
          +1
          Quote: Сriceta
          many books - read ...

          Books? Do you propose to form a worldview on fiction and alternative stories?
    2. Proud.
      Proud. 13 December 2013 17: 11
      +4
      Quote: Сriceta
      Trying to be objective.
      Who? Isaevich? Objective? Nonsense. In his "Masterpieces" there is no objectivity at all. All the figures, as well as the actions, were taken, allegedly from eyewitnesses (so you can do anything. And embellish it yourself). Or did he think by "paykodach"?
      Quote: Сriceta
      and local commentators
      You mean NOT local?
      Quote: Сriceta
      in his works denounces the dictatorial system ...
      Yes! No, like this: Yes-ah ... Everyone except Solzhenitsyn, earthworms. And he, Viscount De Brazhelon.
      1. Criceta
        Criceta 13 December 2013 22: 04
        -2
        Quote: Be proud.
        You mean NOT local?

        Should it be?
        Quote: Be proud.
        Yes! No, like this: Yes-ah ... Everyone except Solzhenitsyn, earthworms. And he, Viscount De Brazhelon.

        Well, if you perceive the world like that, then these are complexes ...
        1. Proud.
          Proud. 13 December 2013 23: 23
          +2
          Quote: Сriceta
          Should it be?
          Start over.
          Quote: Сriceta
          Quote: Сriceta
          and local commentators
          Commenting on this site, you are also a "local" commentator. But for a reason that is not clear to me, you do not identify yourself with such.
          Quote: Сriceta
          Quote: Сriceta
          in his works denounces the dictatorial system ...
          And with a fig, is he an accuser? What is he based on?
          Quote: Сriceta
          Well, if you perceive the world around you like that
          What a psychologist you are ... You cannot know how I perceive the world around us. These are your speculations.
          Quote: Сriceta
          then these are complexes ...
          Yes? Or maybe disagreement with my opinion, these are YOUR complexes?