Empire of justice
My name will be slandered, they will attribute to me many atrocities. World Zionism will strive with all its might to destroy our Union, so that Russia will never rise again. The edge of the struggle will be aimed at separating the outskirts from Russia. With particular force, nationalism will lift its head. There will be many pygmy leaders, traitors within their nations. In general, in the future development will go more difficult and even frantic ways, turns will be extremely steep. The point is that the East is especially agitated. There will be sharp contradictions with the West. And yet, no matter how the events unfold, but time will pass, and the eyes of new generations will be turned to the deeds and victories of our socialist Fatherland. Year after year, new generations will come. They will again raise the banner of their fathers and grandfathers and give us all due. They will build their future on our past.
Joseph Stalin is loved to be called the “bloody dictator”, emphasizing that this fact negates all the achievements of the USSR in the field of economics, education, science and technology, the Great Victory, when “the Germans were filled up with corpses. However, despite the frantic information campaign on spitting the Soviet period stories Fatherland, the name of the iron leader is still popular in our society. And with respect to him are not only people whose worldview was formed during the years of the USSR, but also young people who did not find the great Red Empire, superpower number XXUMX, which for decades did not allow to plunge the planet into chaos.
As for the fact that Stalin was “bloody”, this is a moot point. The number of victims of repression is often repeatedly exaggerated, in particular, Solzhenitsyn agreed to 60-80 millions of victims. In addition, they forget that the number of “political” prisoners is many times lower than the number of people who have served sentences in criminal cases. It is impossible not to draw attention to the fact that if, say, Putin’s successor decides to establish order in the country and mobilize society to confront external and internal threats, repression cannot be avoided. Reprimands, reprimands and transfers from one position to another position cannot solve the problems like “Serdyukovism”. Social evil must be stopped in the most severe way, especially when there is a question about the survival of the people, civilization. With thieves and traitors can not stand on ceremony. Most of the people who suffered from repression under Stalin were guilty of that other crime, were representatives of the “fifth column” (Trotskyists-internationalists). And to exclude a certain percentage of hitting a certain number of innocent people under the millstones of repression, the modern law enforcement system cannot. So, it is considered that approximately every tenth prisoner in the world at present is an innocent victim. The percentage of inadequately planted deeds is even higher. People who have committed petty crimes that can be redeemed with socially useful works get serious terms, and the stolen billions get off with conditional ones.
The dictatorship (autocracy) is considered a vice by the Liberal Democrats. Although in the United States, which is considered the ideal and the beacon of democracy, the percentage of prisoners (repressed) per capita is higher than in any other country in the world. And the numerous and technological special services exercise so tight control over society as a whole and individual groups of people in particular, that it is time to talk about the initial stage of creating an “electronic concentration camp” in the States.
Therefore, the opinion of the liberals on the dictatorship is clearly subjective and should not be taken as true. In addition, there is such a social law: democracy is good only in peacetime, when nothing threatens society. Russia-Russia all its history lived in conditions of war and the threat of war. Therefore, autocracy-dictatorship for it is the best order, allowing to mobilize society to repel a threat, and not only survive in extremely adverse conditions, but also give the next generations the best starting conditions. The autocrat can unite society, and the united Russian people is invincible.
This law is well known to the ancients. You can recall the ancient Greek society. Greece from the invading Persians dictatorship saved Themistocles. The national assembly endowed Themistocles with virtually unlimited power and he was able to destroy the Persian fleet under Salamis. Attica was saved. Themistocles played a major role in the elevation of Athens over the other ancient Greek states, introducing the doctrine of sea domination.
A similar role was played by dictators in ancient Rome. Mark Furiy Camille saved Rome from the Gauls. The Roman Republic was on the verge of death. Rome was captured by the Gauls under the leadership of Chief Brenna. Camille collected the remnants of the army, troops in the allied cities and drove the Gauls. For expelling the Gauls, Camill received the title of "second founder of Rome." Thanks to the dictator Quintus Fabius Maxim, Rome survived the battle against Carthage. He applied a strategy of avoiding a decisive battle with the brilliant commander Hannibal and prevented the supply of the Carthaginian army, moving from one fortified camp to another in mountainous areas, where the Punian cavalry could not operate successfully. For such tactics he was nicknamed "Slower" (Cuncturer). The famous Lucius Cornelius Sulla and Guy Julius Caesar were dictators. The dictator’s authority was Mark Licinius Crassus.
We see the same picture when Joseph Stalin came to power. He came to power when a geopolitical catastrophe had just occurred - the Russian Empire was destroyed. The Marxist-Trotsky project of the world revolution choked, and could at its death finish off Soviet Russia. The USSR was in the ring of enemies. The only socialist country in the world! West and East (Japan) during the Civil War tried to divide Russia, but could not. However, they did not abandon their plans. The technological gap between advanced western countries and Russia has become threatening. But it was still half the trouble, the enemies of Russian civilization were inside the country. Trotskyists-internationalists did not disappear anywhere and occupied key posts in the USSR, tried to reorganize the armed forces (reformer Tukhachevsky), education and culture, removing from them all the “damned royal past”, including Pushkin and Suvorov, to reform traditional values, dazzling “the Soviet man, a slave without past and morality.
What could save Russia in such a situation? Deepening democracy and the slogan “enrich” (in fact, a return to capitalist relations)? Obviously not. "Freedom" and "democracy", the continuation of the policy of the NEP led to death. Only dictatorship could save Russian civilization, and even then it was not simple, but aimed at creating a new type of society, a society of the future, which would show the whole of humanity the way to the stars. It was such a dictatorship that Joseph Vissarionovich carried out.
What is he accused of? In cases must be judged. In that, in essence, he revived the lost Russian empire, he began to pursue a great-power policy, continuing the imperial traditions in Europe, in the Balkans, in the zone of straits, Iran, the Far East. Stalin returned the Baltic states to Russia, secured the second capital, Leningrad, pushing the border of Finland away from it, returned Western Belorussia and Western Ukraine, Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina, the Kuril Islands. He took revenge for the lost Russian-Japanese war 1904-1905. and World War I. This was recognized even by the most far-sighted former enemies of the Bolsheviks, the leaders of the Provisional Government and the White armies who fled to the West. That Stalin created the best system of education and education in the world, which allowed to bring up heroes, pilots, cosmonauts, combat commanders, engineers, designers, creators and creators, workers. The youth who ran to the front.
Stalin was able to weaken the “fifth column” (the Trotskyists) so much that they could not stab the back of the USSR during the attack of the Third Reich. Although the Nazis and their allies, for example, the Finns, before the start of the war hoped for mass uprisings, insurrections in the rear of the Red Army, after the start of the war. When modern liberals remember the repressed and shed tears on them, for some reason they forget about the terror that the Trotsky internationalists staged in Russia during the Civil War and after it. Did the officers, the Cossacks, the clergy and the intelligentsia in 1917-1920's. by order of Stalin destroyed? During the "great purge" many executioners answered for their crimes.
Stalin and his commissars created a powerful industry and agriculture. Due to this, the country was ready for war with practically the whole of Europe and won the Great Victory. Without industrialization and collectivization, village mechanization, Russia in the fight against the forces of a united and industrial Europe would come to an end. Most of the Russians were planning to destroy, and to turn the remnants into slaves. And after the Great Patriotic War? Centralized power made it possible in the shortest possible time to eliminate the consequences of the Hitler invasion and to build up the might of the national economy at a rapid pace. By 1948, the pre-war level of production was restored. In parallel with the restoration of destroyed, lost cities and villages in the USSR, they were able to very quickly create an atomic weapon, nuclear energy, rocket science, new reactive and strategic Aviation. By this, the US plans to turn the Soviet Union into a scorched desert with the help of massive nuclear strikes, if they refused to capitulate, were frustrated.
Thus, power concentrated in the same hands (dictatorship) is simply vital in some situations. Without it, it is impossible to fend off external and internal threats and make a qualitative leap into the future, overcoming the inertia and resistance of a part of the elite. Democracy is good in peacetime, when there are no serious enemies, and the economy is booming. Then you can endlessly argue, listen to all opinions, share in all kinds of political parties, movements and groups. But if society faces the threat of death, then democracy immediately becomes a factor that can push the people to the abyss. From the history of Russia, it suffices to recall the example of the Novgorod aristocratic and commercial republic and centralized, autocratic Moscow. Victory won Moscow. And even earlier, the “autocrat” Alexander Nevsky, who temporarily received emergency powers, saved Novgorod from death when the Germans had already captured Pskov and were ready to continue the offensive.
In addition, during Stalin's time, the question was not only about saving society and civilization from external and internal threats, but also about building a completely new socio-economic structure (the society of the “golden age”). In general, we are currently also facing the same challenges - the threat from the Western and Islamic projects (possibly the Chinese), the threat from internal enemies representing foreign projects and the past, and the need to make a breakthrough in the future. Russian civilization is facing the need to save itself and all of humanity, as there was a threat of complete victory of evil on the planet and the degradation of man to the level of a rational animal. Stalin was able to solve these problems and create a society of universal justice, a society of creation.
Therefore, accusing the Soviet leader of dictatorship and totalitarianism is stupid. Democracy in building a society of universal justice is meaningless. How many people, so many opinions. A democratic society may wish to build a just society, to express good thoughts and wishes. But due to the lack of unity and multipolarity, democracy is not capable of this. Such is its nature. Naturally, in such an environment, not the best in terms of their human qualities, but the most cruel, cunning, predators and opportunists, who are ready to go over their heads, change and deceive, rise to the top. Totalitarianism is a necessity, not a human whim. Not in vain, Genghis Khan, Ivan the Terrible and Stalin achieved impressive success in building up Eurasian empires. At the same time, they maintained democracy at the lower levels - the Zemstan reform of Ivan the Terrible, the Soviets - in the USSR. People's power is able to solve problems at the local level - improvement of roads, villages, assistance to the poor, etc.
At the same time, Joseph Stalin understood the role of the Russian people perfectly; it is enough to recall his “To the Russian people!” Toast in honor of the Russian people at the Kremlin’s 24 reception in May 1945 in honor of the commanders of the Red Army or these words spoken in the conversation with A.M. Kollontai in November 1939: “For the Russian people are a great people. The Russian people are good people. The Russian people have a clear mind. He was born to help other nations. The Russian people have great courage, especially in difficult times, in dangerous times. He is initiative. He has a persistent character. He is a dreamy people. He has a goal. Because it is harder than other nations. You can rely on it in any trouble. The Russian people are irresistible, inexhaustible. ”
We must not forget about the personality of Stalin. He worked on 12-16 hours, delved into all ideological, political, diplomatic, business and research work. His amazing performance and ability to quickly grasp the material hit people. I read a lot, so I was aware of the most diverse areas of human activity. The Soviet leader was modest in everyday life. Stalin selflessly served the motherland. His children and grandchildren did not inherit any wealth and privileges from the leader of a great power, they themselves earned their living. Stalin made a strong impression on people. Deprived of posturing, he bribed people with ease of communication. He could articulate his thoughts clearly, had an analytical mind, great erudition and a rare memory. He had a strong will and was usually calm and reasonable. A peculiarity of Joseph Stalin was the ability to single out the main link in a strategic setting.
Thanks to Stalin, we have a successful experience in building a society of creation, and not consumption, which prevails at the present time. People of the Stalin era served the Motherland, society, build and create. Material was not the main thing for them in life. The Stalinist USSR showed the whole of humanity the way to the future.
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