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Stalin's mission


History chose JV Stalin and put the burden on the memory of mankind on him - the responsibility for the Red Empire. She was to be moved from the rearguard to the vanguard of humanity. He carried this burden with honor until his death, although he could not have enough of his life alone to fulfill the titanic mission. He began as a poet, continued as a disciple in the service of God, but chose the path of a revolutionary. Poured by a poetic, divine and revolutionary halo, this road attracts people, no matter how gloomy the slander tries to wrap it up with the Stalinist-haters. The leader went through the hardest school of struggle for people's happiness, where the very existence was the price of tuition — spiritual and physical, but did not lose valuable human qualities. He had a unique performance, worked on 16-18 hours per day. Notable for excellent organizational skills, as well as self-organization and self-control. Discipline and diligence in the government reached with him the highest degrees.

The rule was: it was said - done. And if not, then just because it is not said. And it could not be said only because there is nothing to talk about in vain. The leader was a fusion of thought, word and deed. Let us compare it with subsequent leaders, under which hundreds and thousands of decrees and decrees were taken, tons of paper were written with orders and orders, but the case was often trampled down. Who became the Bolshevik number one after the death of Lenin? Stalin. Not by the position, but by the enormity of his creative mind and the modesty of his personal lifestyle. According to the degree of loyalty to the proletariat and the effectiveness of anti-capitalist actions. However, selecting personnel, he valued competence and honesty in them first, and only then their party membership, past merits, experience, etc. Feel free to trust non-partisan and young responsible posts. He owns the words: "Of all the valuable capital available in the world, the most valuable and most crucial capital is people, personnel." In his actions there was no shyness and extremes, amateurish inconsistency, but methodicality, concreteness, rationalism are visible.

He had iron logic, foresight, the highest political and everyday culture, an inexplicable charm. Those who came into contact with him on the field of socialist creation remembered with trepidation of delight. And with a thrill of fear - those who tried to interfere with him on the field of ideological, military, diplomatic battle. He, even categorically disagreeing, listened to everyone and respected his opinion, unless he passed into the camp of notorious enemies of the people, and therefore became his personal enemy. Recall his attitude to Bukharin. And having remembered a dog, hold a stick, - popular wisdom says. How many times did Bukharin, as a naughty dog, have been worked out, taken out of the governing bodies, expelled from the party, then forgiven again, injected, reinstated ... You can get off the score! The Leninist-Stalinist party, personally the general secretary of the entire 20 years after the revolution, nursed him before they finally drove the reincarnate traitor out of their ranks.

During the period of pathological anti-Stalinism and the same kind of democracy - from Khrushchev to Gorbachev - people were once and forever driven out of the CPSU for mere trifles compared to the anti-party show-off of this Marxist dropout who ended his way as a member of the exposed gang of fascist hirelings. Then Stalin’s righteous patience was replaced by Stalin’s righteous patience, shared by all Soviet people, anger, which, like a stick, was nailed down, a dog ready to cling to the throat of the people. He did not want to remember a friend who was also not immediately beaten by his two-legged, Trotsky. The leader drove and fought, not hiding behind any other responsibility than his own. He rose above any, the most difficult circumstances and even above the shortcomings of his own character, capable of self-irony and self-criticism. Being abrupt, even rude to people, Stalin honestly admitted it, honestly asked for forgiveness if he turned out to be wrong.

But he was cool, mostly with insincere, optional, inactive, incorrect, incorrigible. This is the first. Highly demanding of himself, when he discovered formalism and soullessness, ignorance and komchvanstva in others, he could not but react with emotionality that was not usually characteristic of him — a sign of a whole, caring person. This is the second. This happened quite rarely, because there were few brave souls who would dare to lie to him, please, ring off, dare to cheat, hide, idle. This is the third. ... Not understanding the origins of genius, not having nuggets from their midst, the bourgeoisie is looking for the personality and actions of Stalin as a telepath, a psychic, a hypnologist, associates his scholarship with esotericism, witchcraft, magic. Judges by itself. She is not given to understand mutual dependence and influence in the monolithic bundle "Stalin - the People". The mighty popular, social basis, fed the strength and wisdom of the leader, and he charged the masses with his newly formed, higher social energy. The truths turned in him like red-hot forgings in the blacksmith's tongs, but he did not hide them in himself, but cooled them so that they would not burn the inexperienced, and give them to the world for free use. Stalin personified, personified, will personify everything that is worthy of trust and admiration. What is the difference between a tyrant and titanium? Tirana people are afraid, people love titanium.

Stalin’s power rested not on fear, but on the love of the masses. However, the fear was also. The sticky, feverish fear that gripped the anti-popular elements, who saw how Stalinism eradicates them one by one. "Stalin shook the soul out of the people," they groan. Yes, he shook. Not from the people, but from people - a small soul in spots and tears. He made room for the soul of the untainted, unbroken - not with great office or money, but with the flight of a socially significant dream, labor and military feats in the name of its realization. He knocked out the toadstool from a handful of renegades and put the torch into the generations of millions. The personality cult of Stalin, besides the unambiguous external form, had a multi-valued internal content. In it, the most important component was the cult of heroism and heroism, the cult of force, and not simple, but a big-headed one, capable of responding to any challenges of natural and political elements. What is the difference between a strong personality and a strong nation from the weak?

The weak believe in luck, the strong believe in themselves. Stalin and the Soviet people were strong because they believed in each other and in themselves. Confidently calm and prudently leisurely, the leader could be worried about everything and react quickly to everything. Being an ascetic by nature, he cared not only in words, but in deeds, about meeting the growing cultural and material needs of the population. He united the interests of the people, the state and communism, and when these interests demanded it, he could attract the most unexpected representatives of the most dissimilar forces to our allies. He wrote brilliant political, economic, and philosophical works and pushed the red-imperial borders in the west, east, and south. He was not satisfied with the borders, for they had not yet reached the limits in which Tsarist Russia existed at the zenith of geographical immensity. The polar possessions of the USSR, he stretched far beyond the line of territorial waters, and they girded the Arctic along a meridional arc, passing through the North Pole. To the South Pole, Stalin did not just look closely, but informed the world about the legitimate claims of the Soviet people on Antarctica, discovered by Russian navigators, and supported the claims, including by military means.

The man with the head of a scientist, with the face of a worker, dressed as a simple soldier (as Henri Barbusse described it) was helped by an extraordinary will reflected in the immortal pseudonym - STALIN. Disputes do not abate where the pseudonym came from, who gave it to Joseph Dzhugashvili? And no one. In the course of stupid gossip and myths, in addition to the routine response: "juga" in one of the ancient Georgian adverbs means "steel". Let's clarify that “shvili” is a “son”, and we will consider the question settled, although the Stalinist nomofund - a list of pseudonyms - numbers 30 units. More fiercely others argue about the nationality of Stalin. There is such a set of fantastic versions that just hold on! The truth is: Stalin’s parents are Georgians. True, some find the Ossetian trace in the origin of his father. This is quite plausible, given the close proximity of both peoples and the numerous facts of their intermediation.

Be that as it may, the leader himself called himself a Georgian. But he considered Russian his native language. Stalin wisely did not neglect the national, but just as far-sighted he did not fetish him. However, he allowed himself to have one national “slack”: a special love for Russia, for the Russian people. And no propaganda would have been able to cause a reciprocal sincere feeling in Russians, in other fellow citizens, if they had caught the slightest falsehood in the theory and practice of Stalinism. Stalin's composure became a legend. He was unmoved in the most critical and seemingly hopeless situation. Already filled the edge of the scene, flooded pages and screens. It is being replicated in the same way: October 41, fascists on the approaches to Moscow, confused Stalin on the phone asks the front commander Georgy Zhukov if we will retain the capital, and he is dry, even arrogantly assures that it will stand. In private conversations, a talented commander, but an unimportant politician, confessed that there was no such thing, that his memoirs were edited and forced to remain silent. How was it? Zhukov himself turned to the Supreme Commander, asking for permission to transfer his headquarters to the east, to the Volga, and the command post to the capital, and with undisguised anxiety he asked Stalin if the Germans would take Moscow.

To transfer the headquarters and command post Stalin forbade, disturbing vibrations of the front commander stopped. Zhukov calmed down only when he heard a hard message from the leader, STEEL: Moscow will not be surrendered! The open praise coming from the enemy smells foul. She may indicate that her object sold out or inadvertently assisted the enemy. She may be insincere and provocative. But the secret praise, carefully hidden from prying eyes and ears, is worth a lot. The Hitler regime set the propaganda and punitive machinery of the Reich as a top priority - to prevent a person like Stalin from arising in any region of the occupied Soviet Union to emerge and become the leader. Such a person must be immediately recognized by recognition.

Stalin himself deserves to save life in the status of an honorary prisoner of the victorious Reich. This was uttered by the Fuhrer in the year 1942 at one of the meetings with the top leaders of Germany. The Führer pointed out: it is not the masses of the Russian people themselves who are dangerous, but the inherent ability to generate leaders of Stalinist type and scale who lead these masses into an inspired movement — this is the power of the Russians. And poddatatye stalinizirovannoy Russian power, flew head over heels from our land, the Nazis and Bandera, Dashnaks and Musavatists, Mensheviks and Basmachis ... The capitalists threw huge forces to fight personally with Stalin, because they knew: the lions, headed by a ram, will be only sheep, but even sheep, headed by a lion, able to become lions. And the cry “For Motherland, for Stalin!” Concealed a mortal threat to world capital. And the Soviet Union in response to someone's yelping could roar so that the echo is still worn over the world. And if someone wanted to get into us to cut the wool, then he left the cropped. And the Stalinist power has given birth not to lambs — youngsters, still too young, but real, impudent, toothed, and they had a fearless and wise lion-leader. And will anyone lead, and when ours, let the lamb tribe, LEV again?

It would be expensive for the people to give an exact answer to the question of questions. The life of a real leader is valuable because it means something more than a simple physical and even highly spiritual existence of a person. That is why, while Stalin lived and worked, Marxism-Leninism-Stalinism lived and worked. That is why, despite some failures and setbacks, communism as a whole was in the offensive, demonstrating some fatalism of the unconditional truth: when fate desires to accomplish something brilliant, it creates genius. ... Stalin is a Bolshevik-internationalist, say the Bolsheviks-internationalists. Stalin is a Russian nationalist, say Russian nationalists. Stalin is a deeply religious person, deeply religious people say. Stalin is an absolute atheist, absolute atheists say. Stalin is a great politician, great politicians say. Stalin-bastard and scum, says scum and scum.
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  1. platitsyn70
    platitsyn70 6 March 2014 08: 28
    +19
    nothing unites us since the threat of aggression of our Motherland
    1. Tumbleweed
      Tumbleweed 6 March 2014 09: 55
      +44
      There are a lot of distortions of history under Stalin and especially after his death, but it is undeniable:
      -took the country with a plow, and left with a nuclear bomb
      -Winning the Second World War is not a small part of his work
      -politicians of the world respected and feared him, and then they were not a couple to Bush Jr. and Obama
      -Has almost unlimited power, but did not use it for personal purposes
    2. seller trucks
      seller trucks 6 March 2014 10: 06
      +15
      Quote: platitsyn70
      The power of Stalin did not rest on fear, but on the love of the masses.


      Forgive the Father, for the fact that the homeland was lost!
    3. Polovec
      Polovec 6 March 2014 10: 19
      +11
      Very pathetic and controversial article.
      In no way am I an anti-Stalinist (rather the opposite), I believe that the Stalin cult existed and was quite comfortable with it. No need for extra pathetics.
      But there was also "sticky fear" along with love.
      Stalin, of course, a figure of a universal scale, who created the Great Country, which the envious and narrow-minded followers simply destroyed, having sold themselves to the West.
      We just need to remember his path and choose all the best, restoring his power and trying hard not to repeat his mistakes.
      The worst thing is to demolish the monuments that our fathers and grandfathers erected. We can erect our monuments to our heroes, but to demolish the monuments erected by our ancestors means putting ourselves contemptuously at them to spit on their lives, victories and achievements. Fighting monuments and history is much easier than creating something to be proud of.
      And the fact that Stalin is the creator and winner is not in doubt even his enemies!
      1. the polar
        the polar 6 March 2014 10: 35
        +9
        Quote: Polovec
        Very pathetic and controversial article.
        In no way am I an anti-Stalinist (rather the opposite), I believe that the Stalin cult existed and was quite comfortable with it. No need for extra pathetics.
        But there was also "sticky fear" along with love.

        Enemies and bribe-takers experienced "sticky fear". Those same internal and external enemies who made tremendous efforts to discredit and overthrow the Soviet regime. Double-dealers and traitors, pretending to be Bolsheviks, inflicted great harm on the young Soviet regime, but were destroyed in full accordance with the law.

        So you already decide, otherwise trying to look objective, you wave this and that.
        1. Polovec
          Polovec 6 March 2014 11: 04
          -4
          Was there a lot of acquittals?
          Was there no impunity for the NKVD?
          And "they'll figure it out" wasn't there?

          No need to idealize the system! And objectivity is the ability to see both good and bad.
          I’m not at all sure that if you argued with you about the Leader in the year of 1935, I wouldn’t have answered the investigator about my belonging to foreign intelligence the very next night. And it’s not at all a fact that in a neighboring office a similar conversation would not have been conducted with you.

          The world is not perfect and we just put on the scales achievements and sacrifices. It hurts.
          1. washi
            washi 6 March 2014 14: 22
            +2
            Quote: Polovec
            The world is not perfect and we just put on the scales achievements and sacrifices. It hurts.

            I agree.
            But what do you prefer:
            - to meet the War in an industry owned by foreigners, starving the peasantry (hunger is a regular occurrence under tsarism. Outlived only with the normal organization of collective farms), internal opposition (financed by the Angles)
            - to meet the war in the dual-use industry, organized by a / s, bloodless opposition
            Compare the effects of both World Wars.
            And now we are waiting for the 3rd world.
            Industry again belongs to foreigners, agricultural ditched, the opposition is funded all the same.
            1. inkass_98
              inkass_98 7 March 2014 07: 16
              0
              And you compare the beginning of two World Wars. Not ready in both cases.
              But, as before the First World War, we export grain, not buy it.
              And during the retreats to WWI, historical Russian lands were not left, for the same Ukraine they did not retreat.
              And indeed, one cannot compare these two wars like two apples. These were different countries, different armies, different levels of technology, despite the fact that the same participants in the wars are implied.
          2. andrejwz
            andrejwz 6 March 2014 15: 14
            +2
            Quote: Polovec
            Was there a lot of acquittals?

            Significantly more than now.
            Was there no impunity for the NKVD?

            And with us even now it is almost absolute.
            And "they'll figure it out" wasn't there?

            Now there is even less hope for it, unless of course you are a very wealthy person.
            Believe a lawyer with 24 years of experience.
            And please do not say that the Putin regime is to blame. Lovers to remember their sufferings and contemporaries: sometimes let's look at ourselves in the mirror.
        2. avg
          avg 6 March 2014 12: 18
          +2
          Quote: Polar
          So you already decide, otherwise trying to look objective, you wave this and that.

          The scale of Stalin’s personality, both in good and in evil, is such that it’s difficult to determine unequivocally.
          But in such times as now, it is precisely such leaders that are needed.
          1. washi
            washi 6 March 2014 14: 24
            +1
            Quote: avg
            The scale of Stalin’s personality, both in good and in evil, is such that it’s difficult to determine unequivocally.

            What did you do to a poor IVS?
            Or maybe your relatives did something wrong, not he, but those with whom he fought?
      2. S_mirnov
        S_mirnov 6 March 2014 10: 38
        +13
        Quote: Polovec
        But there was also "sticky fear" along with love.

        Yeah, the enemies of the people and thieves under Stalin were sticky and very afraid. And it speaks well of the love of the people as Comrade Funeral was held. Stalin. And all sorts of Solzhenitsyn and Novodvorsky can do nothing about this fact.

        And now to the author.
        The article is wonderful. But you are wrong here:
        "... on him the heaviest burden in the memory of mankind is the responsibility for the Red Empire."
        Empire - lives by exploiting colonies, and the USSR never had colonies and the Soviet republics were not exploited, but on the contrary received benefits! And all sorts of Solzhenitsyn are called the Empire of the USSR - in order to replace the concept in the heads of people ("Red Empire" = British Empire, also an empire).
        So it’s right to say not the empire, but the Union! Then false analogies will not be born in the heads.
        Be healthy!
      3. Revolver
        Revolver 6 March 2014 11: 07
        +11
        Quote: Polovec
        Very pathetic and controversial article.
        In no way am I an anti-Stalinist (rather the opposite), I believe that the Stalin cult existed and was quite comfortable with it. No need for extra pathetics.

        Yes, there was a cult. But there was a personality. Such a personality, oh, how not enough these days.
        1. Polovec
          Polovec 6 March 2014 11: 11
          +2
          Can not argue.
        2. ultra
          ultra 6 March 2014 11: 21
          -14%
          Quote: Nagan
          Yes, there was a cult. But there was a personality.

          There was a personality, it is indisputable, but not a single person in the history of My country has done so much harm to Russia. In general, this tragedy that befell my country in 1917 should not be forgotten, in my opinion this day should become the "Day of National Sorrow"!
          1. afdjhbn67
            afdjhbn67 6 March 2014 11: 36
            +3
            What is your country called?
            1. ultra
              ultra 6 March 2014 12: 43
              -3
              Quote: afdjhbn67
              What is your country called?

              Until the age of 17, My country was called the Russian Empire! And I didn’t drink with you on the Brudershaft, so please don’t poke!
              1. washi
                washi 6 March 2014 14: 38
                0
                Quote: ultra
                Quote: afdjhbn67
                What is your country called?

                Until the year 17, My country was called the Russian Empire !!

                To call Russia an empire is to follow the Western pattern.
                Empire is the absorption and exploitation of peoples.
                And here, rather, Kaganate is the assimilation of peoples, with their self-preservation.
                Now there are many books where TRUE TURKS (Genghisides) are fair-haired and fair-eyed, and their admixture of black is a vice.
                I liked the conclusion of Bushkov in the book - Unknown Asia.
          2. parus2nik
            parus2nik 6 March 2014 13: 53
            +3
            In general, this tragedy that befell my country in 1917 should not be forgotten, liberals .. overthrew the king in February 1917, but the authorities did not want to give Kornilov
        3. afdjhbn67
          afdjhbn67 6 March 2014 11: 33
          0
          Does Putin not resemble anything? only without pathos (cult) after Stalin was the only leader with whom Russia began to grow economically territorially!
      4. vladimirZ
        vladimirZ 6 March 2014 12: 11
        +10
        Stalin I.V. not only our past, he is our future!
        Whether we like it or not. Stalin would not have allowed the humiliation and defeat of Russia, which was allowed by the leaders of the state who replaced him: traitors, puppets, voluntarists, and sometimes just political idiots who brought Russia to its current position.
        Russia will have a leader of this level, it cannot but be!
      5. washi
        washi 6 March 2014 13: 59
        +2
        Quote: Polovec
        In no way am I an anti-Stalinist (rather the opposite), I believe that the Stalin cult existed and was quite comfortable with it.

        He himself did not like it. There is a lot of documentary evidence.
        However: there was a cult - there was a personality
        Quote: Polovec
        But there was also "sticky fear" along with love.

        Of course it was.
        But who was afraid? Those who stole, cheated?
        I am 100% sure that you would be for the fulfillment of your promises by modern deputies and governors.
        I do not exclude excesses on the ground at the ITT. Even with modern information technologies, the GDP cannot keep track of everyone. But, all the same, the main "reprisants" Yagoda and Yezhov with the companies multiplied to zero? Those who went too far to use the service for personal purposes? Did the rehabilitation of the illegally convicted begin only under Khrushchev?
        Quote: Polovec
        We just need to remember his path and choose all the best, restoring his power and trying hard not to repeat his mistakes.

        But this is correct.
        But even the IVS did not possess ALL the full power and, in the end, he was killed.
        And, remind me, please, that the IVS did wrong (we will not take the crimes of his (not like-minded) circle in the form of the government and leadership of the CPSU (B))?
        Let me remind you only one complaint about the IVS: I worked at night.
        And how do you want to lead Siberia and the Far East?
        Stalin preferred to work at night, but to create convenience for the leaders of the Far East for their morning report.
        After Khrushchev, already the leaders of the Far East sat until late to get through to Moscow for a report.
        Medvedev wanted to look the smartest - he reduced the number of time zones and appointed secretaries for each time zone.
        But the secretary will not make a decision.

    4. washi
      washi 6 March 2014 13: 40
      +1
      Quote: platitsyn70
      nothing unites us since the threat of aggression of our Motherland

      Only we are used to the fact that aggression is only military.
      And in accordance with the rules of the English dialect, there are economic, linguistic, religious, ideological, etc. war.
      The people of the 30s were ready for this.
      The people of the 80s are not.
      And now the people are ready to withstand only an armed attack.
      Although, there are already positive examples in other wars ("Rain", NFO, bans on the supply of products)
  2. Sma11
    Sma11 6 March 2014 09: 37
    +28
    "Stalin made the greatest impression on us. He possessed a deep, without any panic, logically meaningful wisdom. He was an invincible master of finding ways out of the most hopeless situation in difficult moments. In addition, Stalin at the most critical moments, as well as in moments of triumph, was equally restrained and never succumbed to illusions. He was an unusually complex person. He created and subjugated a huge empire. He was a man who destroyed his enemy by his own enemy. Stalin was the greatest, unparalleled in the world, dictator who accepted Russia with a plow and left her with nuclear weapons. Well, history, people do not forget such people". (Churchill, Winston)
    1. jjj
      jjj 6 March 2014 10: 48
      0
      Quote: Sma11
      " Well, history, people do not forget such people". (Churchill, Winston)

      Soon the anniversary of the memorable meeting in the Livadia Palace
      1. VOLCHOXURAL
        VOLCHOXURAL 6 March 2014 11: 32
        +2
        Quote: jjj
        Quote: Sma11
        " Well, history, people do not forget such people". (Churchill, Winston)

        Soon the anniversary of the memorable meeting in the Livadia Palace
  3. Dangerous
    Dangerous 6 March 2014 09: 53
    +3
    But Russia only remembers and honors such leaders — strong and strong-willed. On the other hand, of course, my great-great-grandfather was dispossessed, my great-grandmother raised one of four sons during the war ... Moreover, there was not a fist, but a wealthy peasant. In general, of course, thanks to him, they won the war and raised the country, but mass shootings and links should not be forgotten
    1. Goodmen
      Goodmen 6 March 2014 10: 14
      +1
      Quote: Dangerous
      but mass shootings and links must not be forgotten


      I agree, but apparently at that time it couldn’t be otherwise ... (I’m not taking sides now, I'm trying to reason from the perspective of Stalin, his tasks and goals)
      Unfortunately a lot of innocent people suffered, and people are not slivers ...
      I am sure that the blood of innocent victims is due to performers: either dumbheads, or careerists, or just maniacs. Such were, are and will be under any authority, but about the latter ... the times were hard ... and for maniacs it was time ... thanks to the majority of these types, they later got rid of them by their own methods.
      My grandfather’s family was more lucky ... they didn’t dispossess him, although they were on the verge of a farm. Although then all the same they took everything away ... and then the famine ... when everything was exported from Ukraine under the net ... What, Stalin ordered? Of course not! Mu.da.ki - executors of the party line to combat hunger !!! like this...
      1. washi
        washi 6 March 2014 14: 53
        0
        Quote: Goodmen
        My grandfather’s family was more lucky ... they didn’t dispossess him, although they were on the verge of a farm. Although then all the same they took everything away ... and then the famine ... when everything was exported from Ukraine under the net ... What, Stalin ordered? Of course not! Mu.da.ki - executors of the party line to combat hunger !!! like this...

        Read Mukhin, Bushkov, etc. (if desired, real historians can be found)
        There are a bunch of archival documents about assisting the Ukrainian SSR with the so-called Holodomor (the saddest due to the RSFSR)
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    2. washi
      washi 6 March 2014 14: 45
      +2
      Quote: Dangerous
      On the other hand, of course, my great-great-grandfather was dispossessed, my great-grandmother raised one of four sons during the war ... Moreover, there was not a fist, but a wealthy peasant. In general, of course, thanks to him, they won the war and raised the country, but mass shootings and links should not be forgotten

      Have you tried to find out in the archives: Who reported on your relatives and took part in their "dispossession"?
      It was not personally ordered by the IVS? He even wrote several articles against the violent formation of collective farms (the most famous: "Dizziness with success")
      1. Goodmen
        Goodmen 6 March 2014 15: 10
        0
        Quote: Vasya
        It was not personally ordered by the IVS? He even wrote several articles against the violent formation of collective farms (the most famous: "Dizziness with success")


        In-in, just in the subject of my comments!
  4. RUSS
    RUSS 6 March 2014 09: 54
    -21%
    Stalin is a great politician, say great politicians. Stalin - scum and scum, says scum and scum.

    The author goes too far why he is responsible for everyone, Stalin is not an unambiguous figure, society is split exactly in half with respect to Stalin, everyone has the right to a personal attitude and opinion about Stalin, and according to the author, those 50% who are negative about Stalin are bastards and scum?
    1. Good cat
      Good cat 6 March 2014 10: 12
      +18
      We can relate to Stalin in every way, but the facts are a stubborn thing. Most of the negative attitude towards Stalin was formed during perestroika and formed through the media to check these facts, we could not, but ordinary people who lived in his era practically idolized him ( mostly haters will always be found). I myself remember how in the 70-80s cars drove with his portrait on the windshield. Cars are far from governmental. Probably it means something.
      1. Silkway0026
        Silkway0026 6 March 2014 10: 20
        +10
        Yes, I remember the portraits of Stalin. honestly - now I’m ready to put his photo under the glass of my car
        1. Renat
          Renat 6 March 2014 10: 28
          +2
          From childhood, I remember my father had such a portrait under glass at the "GAZon". Many traveled this way, despite the fact that it was already a while after Khrushchev had exposed the "personality cult".
          1. Serg 122
            Serg 122 6 March 2014 10: 54
            +3
            A strong personality, although not unambiguous. But we love the strong
        2. jjj
          jjj 6 March 2014 10: 51
          0
          Quote: Silkway0026
          Father put his photo under the glass of his car

          Correct solution
        3. VOLCHOXURAL
          VOLCHOXURAL 6 March 2014 11: 38
          +1
          Quote: Silkway0026
          Yes, I remember the portraits of Stalin. honestly - now I’m ready to put his photo under the glass of my car

          And me too hi
      2. VOLCHOXURAL
        VOLCHOXURAL 6 March 2014 11: 28
        +7
        Quote: Good cat
        We can relate to Stalin in every way, but the facts are a stubborn thing. Most of the negative attitude towards Stalin was formed during perestroika and formed through the media to check these facts, we could not, but ordinary people who lived in his era practically idolized him ( mostly haters will always be found). I myself remember how in the 70-80s cars drove with his portrait on the windshield. Cars are far from governmental. Probably it means something.
        1. RUSS
          RUSS 6 March 2014 16: 52
          0
          Quote: Vasya
          And he was against the national republics, but for national autonomies, including the Cossacks.


          Bullshit, and even if so why did he save the national republics?
    2. ultra
      ultra 6 March 2014 12: 48
      0
      Quote: RUSS
      according to the author it turns out that those 50% who are negative about Stalin-bastards and scum?

      It’s not by the author, but by the fact! Look how they messed up! I know from my maternal grandmother's stories how the Soviet power was planted in the Kuban, what forced collectivization cost the people! What do you think gentlemen minuscule people were uprisings in during this period?
      1. SergBrNord
        SergBrNord 6 March 2014 13: 20
        +3
        Exactly the same as it is now believed that Russia is to blame for everything that is happening in Ukraine. Well, you can not ignore the people who carried out collectivization. They came from the city and they considered the peasants to be rich, who in the village and the middle peasants did not count. A house, put on, a burenka, chickens and a horse ... Nobody considered such rich in the villages.
        That is, quite often those who in C / X did not understand absolutely anything were sent to collectivize. There are enough examples in the literature and facts.
      2. washi
        washi 6 March 2014 14: 58
        0
        Quote: ultra
        It’s not by the author, but by the fact! Look how they messed up! I know from my maternal grandmother's stories how the Soviet power was planted in the Kuban, what forced collectivization cost the people! What do you think gentlemen minuscule people were uprisings in during this period?

        Sorry, but what about the IVS? Maybe this is Trotsky with the company?
        And the IVS created the Cossack units. And he was against the national republics, but for national autonomies, including the Cossacks.
  5. deman73
    deman73 6 March 2014 09: 55
    +10
    Great Man Great Ruler of his country and his people !!! Eternal memory to you Joseph Vissarionovich !!!
    1. ultra
      ultra 6 March 2014 13: 26
      -2
      Quote: deman73
      Great Man Great Ruler of his country and his people !!!

      Well, well !!! You ask those shot at denunciations in 35-40 years, dispossessed peasants deported to Siberia!
      1. washi
        washi 6 March 2014 15: 08
        0
        Quote: ultra
        You ask those shot at denunciations in 35-40 years, dispossessed peasants deported to Siberia!

        And who wrote the denunciations?
        Maybe mine.
        No wonder they don’t want to open archives completely.
        There, as a snitch, your relatives may also be formed.
        And then what? Will you repent to everyone to whom your relatives, for the sake of their interests, wrote a denunciation? Or return the financial and material values ​​that received as a result of the Denunciation?
    2. washi
      washi 6 March 2014 15: 01
      0
      Quote: deman73
      Great Man Great Ruler of his country and his people !!! Eternal memory to you Joseph Vissarionovich !!!

      And I put a minus.
      No slogans needed (we picked them up from the 80s onwards).
      Arguments needed. Pros and cons.
  6. ken
    ken 6 March 2014 10: 02
    +4
    Remained in memory, then there was the Great Leader of his people!
    1. free
      free 6 March 2014 10: 48
      +1
      I join
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    3. afdjhbn67
      afdjhbn67 6 March 2014 11: 44
      0
      how the memory of him didn’t corrode the same donor of the Crimean donor!
      1. washi
        washi 6 March 2014 15: 11
        0
        Quote: afdjhbn67
        how the memory of him didn’t corrode the same donor of the Crimean donor!

        Put a minus.
        Crimea has nothing to do with it, just like nothing with the Russian Federation.
        As in Kosovo, they have the right to self-determination.
  7. Lantau
    Lantau 6 March 2014 10: 03
    +3
    Joseph Vissarionovich, you were a true patriot of your homeland! Eternal memory to you and a low bow !!!
    1. VOLCHOXURAL
      VOLCHOXURAL 6 March 2014 11: 45
      +3
      Quote: Lantau
      Joseph Vissarionovich, you were a true patriot of your homeland! Eternal memory to you and a low bow !!!
  8. starshina78
    starshina78 6 March 2014 10: 05
    +5
    Answer to Russ. What you said about Stalin can be said about any leader of the country. Someone worships Gorbachev, and someone curses him, about Yeltsin as well. How many people, so many opinions. But one cannot but agree that it was thanks to the leadership of Stalin that the USSR became a powerful state and forced to reckon with itself. About the greatness of Stalin it says at least that they have not forgotten about him, they talk about him, argue, discuss, and make films. What can not be said about other leaders of the USSR, Russia, and a number of leading countries. Only those who are the real person always remain in history - these are Stalin, Roosevelt, Churchill, Caesar, Robespierre and Cromwell, and many historical figures. All of them are contradictory, and many are not satisfied, but they are remembered, honored.
    1. afdjhbn67
      afdjhbn67 6 March 2014 11: 46
      +1
      Do not believe it, I have not met people who speak positively about humpback and ebn just now I caught myself thinking about this, maybe I am not talking to those?
    2. washi
      washi 6 March 2014 16: 46
      +1
      Quote: starshina78
      Only those who are the real person always remain in history - these are Stalin, Roosevelt, Churchill, Caesar, Robespierre and Cromwell, and many historical figures

      Sorry, but who remembers those who died of starvation in the 30s in America?
      Who remembers that the Anglo-Saxons were the ancestors of the concentration camps?
      Who remembers who financed Robespierre and Cromwell and how they gained power?
      Stalin among this company is almost a saint
  9. Aleksandr
    Aleksandr 6 March 2014 10: 07
    +1
    we can say everything new needs to be set up here and the social system is not new yet debugged and needs to be set up
  10. NikoEro
    NikoEro 6 March 2014 10: 09
    +3
    If it were not for the ideological value of Lenin on the scale of World history, I would have seen better the monument to Stalin on the squares, because in my opinion, he is the image of a real ruler, politician, patriot, and a Man with a capital letter! No matter how many repressive decisions he made, his merits overshadow them. To create a state capable of simply destroying the morale of any "democratic" country is an achievement worthy of monuments. It is a pity that there are practically none, and for the last 20 years they have been trying to just defile his name. Ugly.
    1. washi
      washi 6 March 2014 16: 40
      0
      Quote: NikoEro
      I'd rather see a monument to Stalin in the squares

      And who's stopping?
      Hold a referendum in your village and restore.
      The easiest way is to vote in cash at the same time.
      I agree - put the denyushka. (and then the local government has no finances for patriotism)
  11. Glaz8000
    Glaz8000 6 March 2014 10: 16
    +2
    As one friend said: there was a personality cult, but there was a Person! Yes, of course it was the Great Leader, with its mistakes and mistakes, but also with victories and accomplishments. And for the country as a whole, the years of his reign went to good, creating a good reserve for decades of subsequent development.
  12. sazhka4
    sazhka4 6 March 2014 10: 18
    0
    On the one hand, the pros on the other hand are questionable. Until Serdyukov really sits down, I don't believe a single word. He will sit down, I will believe that everything is real. IF THERE ISN'T EVERYTHING IS JUST LOVE, Hello bear. Ptah you too
    1. washi
      washi 6 March 2014 16: 35
      0
      Quote: sazhka4
      Until Serdyukov really sits down, I do not believe a single word.

      And for me: let them return the loot with interest and go to a free settlement.
      In PGT, or a simple village, his abilities and acquaintances are useful.
      Abramovich raised Chukotka.
      Give Serdyukov a chance to raise at least something ..
  13. Name
    Name 6 March 2014 10: 19
    0
    Here's what they say: "It would be easier for everyone in the world if the Russian nation ceased. It would be easier for the Russians themselves if tomorrow it would not be necessary to build up a national state anymore, but it would be possible to turn into a small people like the Vodi, Khanty or Avars ..."is from Panyushkin, there is not enough FEAR OF GDP! And probably for them, for such sub-human:Punishment awaits press officers who provide informational support to extremist and separatist anti-Russian forces
    see http: //www.bfm.ru/news/249682? doctype = news
  14. marxlight
    marxlight 6 March 2014 10: 27
    +4
    I will subscribe to every word!
    And especially under this:
    "... Stalin is a Bolshevik-internationalist, say the Bolshevik-internationalists. Stalin is a Russian nationalist, say the Russian nationalists. Stalin is a deeply religious person, deeply religious people say. Stalin is an absolute atheist, say absolute atheists. Stalin is a great politician, say great politicians. Stalin is scum and scum, says scum and scum. "
    So much scum now ...
    1. starley
      starley 6 March 2014 11: 08
      -2
      how great a GENIUS. his enemies are still afraid and hate him.
      just one mention, STALIN-scream and horror in the eyes.
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  16. Renat
    Renat 6 March 2014 10: 29
    +7
    That's really it: Even a donkey can kick a dead lion.
  17. Val roman
    Val roman 6 March 2014 10: 31
    -2
    Ideal people do not exist, everyone has certain flaws. Among the main, two can be distinguished. The first is the destruction of the Orthodox Church, or rather, the persecution began before him, but he did not stop. Secondly, the succession of his undertakings by subsequent generations of leaders is not ensured, as is now quite normally done in China. It should be noted that indeed, at present, there is a clear bias towards the demonization of the activities of I.V. Stalin. An objective analysis is yet to come.
    Val Roman and S. Tallin
    1. washi
      washi 6 March 2014 16: 29
      0
      Quote: Val Roman
      Among the main, two can be distinguished.

      Quote: Val Roman
      The first is the destruction of the Orthodox Church, or rather persecution began before him, but he did not stop.

      When he could, he stopped. Moreover, he restored the patriarchy, which was destroyed by the Romanovs.
      Quote: Val Roman
      The succession of his undertakings by subsequent generations of leaders is not ensured, as is now quite normal in China

      I agree, but EVERYONE whom I wanted to see as my receiver for the ITT died.
      All who could compete with Gorbachev either died or, for far-fetched reasons, were removed from power.
      What is the GDP of the receiver - he will die.
  18. Capyar 48315
    Capyar 48315 6 March 2014 10: 34
    +3
    Thanks to Stalin, Russia has become a great empire? YES! Is Stalin a great personality? YES! Stalin turned the nation into a monolith? thrice YES! But do not sing praises - it was a cruel man in a cruel time. And if he were alive, we wouldn’t be sitting on the site and tryndely whatever comes to mind, and many would forge the power of the country in different not so distant places
    1. Bakht
      Bakht 6 March 2014 11: 26
      +4
      I was taught at school about the cult of personality, then I read the Perestroika Spark. And only then did he come to understand the role of Stalin. The great Russian philosopher A. Zinoviev is much closer to me. Which in his youth was an anti-Stalinist. And in the 30s he was preparing a terrorist attack on Stalin. Naive, of course. But the attack. And in adulthood he became a Stalinist. In an interview, he said that in his youth, by stupidity, he did not understand who Stalin was.

      So I already in old age understood who Stalin was. As for the fact that in "different not so distant places" we would forge the power of the country, I can answer. It is better to forge the power of the country than to sit under an occupier. Under Stalin, no more than 2 million people were imprisoned in the camps at one time. With a population of 170 million. Now there are about 1 million in Russia with a population of 120 million.

      Read Chuev's book "Soldiers of the Empire". Or Zinoviev's "Russian Tragedy". But I will say right away that it is very difficult to read Zinoviev. I remember a quote from his book "Russian Tragedy".

      HISTORICAL DEPARTURE

      “The current state of Russia reminds me of the retreat of the defeated army,” the Defender says. “Moreover, the retreat is panic. Throws everything that is difficult or impossible to keep, to keep. So running is easier. Run away, saving the skin, few. The rest are falling behind. Marauders are making profit.

      “And at the same time they create the appearance of success, recovery, victories,” I say. There was no such dusting and boasting even in the Soviet years.

      - It is necessary to justify oneself, to hide the real situation, to maintain one’s position, to cash in.

      “And what will it lead to?”

      - Why "lead"? Already led. It's funny to listen to people talking about the threat of a crisis or even a catastrophe. The catastrophe has already happened. We live in a state of disaster. And everyone tells us that we are not close to her, not on the brink of disaster. The President said that no one threatens Russia now. Who do they take us for ?! For round idiots ?! We are really no longer threatened, since we have already been defeated !! We were killed, and the dead are not threatened with death.

      “But we are still alive!” You have to do something! At least something!

      - This is the concept of the current government. The concept of legitimization of surrender. To do anything means to pretend that something is being done to save the country. This is an imitation of deed, window dressing, visibility. If you do, then, as they say, for the most part. Something out of the ordinary.

      - What?

      - I do not know. Maybe stand up to your full height and with the singing of the "Internationale" go to certain death, as the communists once did. But we are not communists. We're just commies.

      It must be remembered that the book was published in 2002. And it was written even earlier. I really hope that the situation is different now.
  19. sazhka4
    sazhka4 6 March 2014 10: 36
    -20%
    I don't see the connection. Stalin and Putin. One bandit who realized and understood the system. Everything that we now use was built by Stalin. The second is just a gossip who does not understand how he or they were brought to the top of power. "that" other deliberately destroys everything. What's the point? It turns out a complete rubbish ... CANCEL MEMORY Nobody has succeeded yet
    1. Bezarius
      Bezarius 6 March 2014 10: 57
      +3
      Yes, my friend balabol. Judging by the need. Putin is certainly far from Stalin, but in the end, thanks to his work, and the work of his team with Russia, the rest of the world is forced to reckon.
      1. ultra
        ultra 6 March 2014 11: 25
        -3
        Quote: Bezarius
        Putin is certainly far from Stalin

        And it pleases! “Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely!” I didn't say that. hi
        1. washi
          washi 6 March 2014 16: 01
          0
          Quote: ultra
          Quote: Bezarius
          Putin is certainly far from Stalin

          And it pleases! “Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely!” I didn't say that. hi

          IN THE RUSSIAN TERRITORY CANNOT BE AN ABSOLUTE POWER.
          THOSE WHO SPEAK ABOUT ABSOLUTE AUTHORITY IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION - HAVE NEVER RIDED ON TRAIN # 1.
          FROM THE BEGINNING TO THE FINAL STATION, ALSO IN THE BACKPLACE
    2. Proud.
      Proud. 6 March 2014 12: 26
      0
      One thugWhere was the bandit?
      1. ultra
        ultra 6 March 2014 12: 51
        -2
        Quote: Be proud.
        One gangster. Where was the gangster?

        You don’t know where Joseph Dzhugashvili was gangster? You have gaps in history, fill up urgently!
        1. SergBrNord
          SergBrNord 6 March 2014 13: 29
          +2
          Why so? I got money for the party. For some reason no one wanted to throw 5 lards. That's annoyance.
        2. washi
          washi 6 March 2014 15: 57
          0
          Quote: ultra
          You don’t know where Joseph Dzhugashvili was gangster? You have gaps in history, fill up urgently!

          But why? We all know.
          Do you know who owned those banks and enterprises?
          At the same time, find out - why was the 2nd Congress of the RSDLP held in LONDON?
          and WHOSE MONEY?
        3. Proud.
          Proud. 6 March 2014 19: 33
          +3
          You have gaps in history, urgently fill in!Answering the question with a question, you suggest that I study history !? I can advise you the same thing. Stalin is accused of "banditry", referring to the Tiflis ex 1907 goda.Na more imagination was not enough. Only it is not clear which side Stalin is here! The treasury carriage was robbed by a group led by Simon Arshakovich Ter-Petrosyan (Kamo). Stalin is mentioned as a participant from the words of "fiery revolutionaries" who fled abroad in the 20s. All. At the police of the Russian Empire, there were no claims to Stalin in criminality. Later, these rumors multiplied regularly, every 10 years. And the balabols who dumped abroad became "authoritative old Bolsheviks." The novel "Sandro from Chegem". And then the film of Kara, "Feasts of Belshazzar, or Night with Stalin."
  20. Known who
    Known who 6 March 2014 10: 39
    +3
    A people who do not know their story runs the risk of surviving it again (one of the great)
    1. washi
      washi 6 March 2014 15: 53
      0
      Quote: Who is known
      A people who do not know their story runs the risk of surviving it again (one of the great)

      Throw someone else’s phrases ...
      I’m being removed for this
  21. AV 587
    AV 587 6 March 2014 10: 41
    +2
    Stalin is a Bolshevik-internationalist, say the Bolshevik-internationalists. Stalin is a Russian nationalist, Russian nationalists say. Stalin is a deeply religious person, deeply religious people say. Stalin is an absolute atheist, absolute atheists say. Stalin is a great politician, say great politicians. Stalin - scum and scum, says scum and scum.


    About Stalin it is necessary to talk about episodes, stories, events. It is impossible to embrace the immensity. The result was a purely propaganda article. Write little by little.
  22. Grbear
    Grbear 6 March 2014 10: 45
    0
    Discussing and being are two different things.

    "Scored" in the author's search engine, there really is nothing, just an apologist and pay.
    recourse
    Cheshet or loot over?

    PS Face to face, face not to see ...
    1. washi
      washi 6 March 2014 15: 51
      0
      Quote: GrBear
      "Scored" in the author's search engine, there really is nothing, just an apologist and pay.

      Sorry, but RUSSIANS do a lot for free.
      Not everyone has a consumer ideology.
      Normal writers publish their works for free (if you like it, you will list it), which is what people like you use). Already copying and distributing for money.
  23. RUSS
    RUSS 6 March 2014 10: 46
    +3
    Quote: Glaz8000
    And for the country as a whole, the years of his reign went to good, creating a good reserve for decades of subsequent development.


    But against this background, one should not forget about the "backlog" after Stalin: the flight of the first man into space, Great Construction, the construction of a nuclear power plant, the creation of the most powerful Army, Navy and Aviation at that time, the most modern, achievements in science and education, engineering, sports and much more !!!!!
    Thanks to our Fathers and Mothers for such a "touch" thanks to which we did not sink into the abyss.
    1. VOLCHOXURAL
      VOLCHOXURAL 6 March 2014 11: 23
      +5
      Quote: RUSS

      But against this background, one should not forget about the "backlog" after Stalin: the flight of the first man into space, Great Construction, the construction of a nuclear power plant, the creation of the most powerful Army, Navy and Aviation at that time, the most modern, achievements in science and education, engineering, sports and much more !!!!!
      Thanks to our Fathers and Mothers for such a "touch" thanks to which we did not sink into the abyss.
  24. rasputin17
    rasputin17 6 March 2014 10: 55
    +4
    Oh where are you our Father !! What freaks left us !! Nowadays, it has become the norm to pledge true Great Leaders of the people following the fashion of the corrupt West with its homosexual values. Nobody has ever offended their leaders as it is now with us !! For example, if you take China, there are portraits of Mao everywhere and he is like a leader in the mausoleum! We have gone into unknown depths where we wandered into the wilds, departing from the right course, and our present situation and the situations surrounding us are not in our favor; this is the result of our wanderings!
    1. washi
      washi 6 March 2014 15: 43
      0
      Quote: rasputin17
      Oh where are you our Father !! What freaks left us !! Nowadays, it has become the norm to pledge true Great Leaders of the people following the fashion of the corrupt West with its homosexual values. Nobody has ever offended their leaders as it is now with us !! For example, if you take China, there are portraits of Mao everywhere and he is like a leader in the mausoleum! We have gone into unknown depths where we wandered into the wilds, departing from the right course, and our present situation and the situations surrounding us are not in our favor; this is the result of our wanderings!

      And where is the help of the peoples of the steppes to the true heirs of Genghis?
      They are sold to Islam, instead of the true Tengri religion (and its cross symbol).
      They are trying to destroy destroy the language of their ancestors, replacing them with Arabic and English words. They even try to destroy ALPHABET, a single word that has come to us from their depths of centuries.
      The peoples of the steppes sold out.
      They consider the Türks to be Arabs who perverted the true religion, although the Türks are fair-haired and light-eyed.
      A shame.
  25. mitya24
    mitya24 6 March 2014 11: 02
    -5
    The transition from plow to a nuclear bomb cost the Soviet Union millions of 30-40 lives of its fellow citizens. For whom is an acceptable price, put the pros. Pour Russian blood all over Europe a lot of mind is not necessary.
    1. Good cat
      Good cat 6 March 2014 12: 59
      +5
      And where did you get the numbers from, from the Spark of 90?
    2. washi
      washi 6 March 2014 15: 31
      0
      Quote: mitya24
      The transition from plow to a nuclear bomb cost the Soviet Union millions of 30-40 lives of its fellow citizens. For whom is an acceptable price, put the pros. Pour Russian blood all over Europe a lot of mind is not necessary.

      Sorry, but if you take into account those who died during ALL armed conflicts, after the accession of the DESPOTION ITT, most of the Russians being destroyed were civilians.
      You do not confuse the Trotskyists (Anglo-Jewish bankers) and the Stalinists.
  26. Barsik
    Barsik 6 March 2014 11: 02
    0
    Quote: Goodmen
    Quote: Dangerous
    but mass shootings and links must not be forgotten

    I agree, but apparently at that time it could not be otherwise ..

    And now you can't! Catch and put to the wall all sorts of bulk Novodvorsk! That would not distract the people with their crappy mooing. a mattress with a geyrope, of course, will start to howl, but Vladimir - "steel yaytsa" is no stranger to sending them in the woods in the direction of x ..
    1. washi
      washi 6 March 2014 15: 25
      0
      Quote: Barsik
      Catch and put to the wall of any bulk Novodvodsky!

      This is all done, but to control individual representatives of the authorities, these .... are needed.
  27. Rinat 1
    Rinat 1 6 March 2014 11: 07
    +2
    All Great personalities are ambiguous people. Because we are human beings, and we have a tendency to make mistakes. About I.V. Stalin must be admitted that under him the USSR became a real power with which the whole world was reckoned. The country was rebuilt after the war in record time, created a powerful and invincible army. Personally, my opinion is that under Stalin there was more good than bad.
    1. washi
      washi 6 March 2014 15: 23
      0
      Quote: Rinat 1
      All Great personalities are ambiguous people.

      The saddest thing: the king is played by the retinue.
  28. Bakht
    Bakht 6 March 2014 11: 11
    +4
    Quote: Renat
    That's really it: Even a donkey can kick a dead lion.

    Can not. They say that when Khrushchev began anti-Stalinist hysteria, W. Churchill said "Khrushchev is the only person in the world who began to fight the dead. And he lost."
    So even the dead lion donkey could not stumble. :-)
  29. pensioner
    pensioner 6 March 2014 11: 40
    +2
    Great person. Just a great man. In general, there is nothing to add to this definition. And it is not known what would happen to the country if it was not Stalin who stood at the helm of the state.
    1. pensioner
      pensioner 6 March 2014 12: 22
      +3
      Once upon a time I deducted from one of our party leader. Already I do not remember, do not blame me. But I vouch for the veracity. The bottom line.
      52g., Congress of the CPSU (after a long break). Everyone already knows that Stalin is often and very ill, spends a lot of time in the Crimea ... And so: the congress. Stalin goes to the podium. Walking fast, even deliberately fast, smiling, nodding to someone ... He went up to the podium and began to make a speech. And here this comrade realizes that Stalin is making titanic efforts to hide: HOW hard it is for him to give every word, every movement! And so he wrote (close to the text): "And suddenly a Thought pierced me like a lightning:" What if he is gone ?? ". I drove this thought into the farthest corner of my consciousness, but it appeared again and again." And then he wrote (also close to the text - I give a grudge!): "And then I experienced SUCH anxiety that I experienced only in the late autumn of 41 while in Moscow ...". I remember that when I read these lines I had such a feeling of human pity for this Great Person, which I feel only for very close people. Maybe this is stupid, of course, but even now, when I see this moment on the newsreels of this congress, tears are already welling up ...
      Old age, sentimentality ... Probably ...
    2. washi
      washi 6 March 2014 15: 20
      0
      Quote: retired
      And it is not known what would happen to the country if it was not Stalin who stood at the helm of the state.

      But why? Everything is known.
      Look at modern Yugoslavia.
  30. Gagarin
    Gagarin 6 March 2014 11: 41
    +2
    "... Stalin is a deeply religious person, say deeply religious people. Stalin is an absolute atheist, say absolute atheists. Stalin is a great politician, they say great politicians. Stalin is a bastard and scum, says bastard and scum."
    The article is good, I liked the last lines very much.
  31. w2000
    w2000 6 March 2014 11: 46
    0
    "History has chosen JV Stalin and placed on him the heaviest burden in the memory of mankind - responsibility for the Red Empire."

    Such a wild phrase as "Red Empire" in relation to the anti-imperialist Soviet Russia and the USSR is absolutely inappropriate. Both Lenin and Stalin were consistent fighters against imperialism, and primarily against a rotten and vile formation called the Russian Empire, where the position of the working man was one of the most difficult in the world, and the peasants, who constituted the overwhelming part of the population of Ingushetia, were generally on position of livestock.
    1. VOLCHOXURAL
      VOLCHOXURAL 6 March 2014 11: 54
      +3
      Quote: w2000
      "History has chosen JV Stalin and placed on him the heaviest burden in the memory of mankind - responsibility for the Red Empire."

      Such a wild phrase as "Red Empire" in relation to the anti-imperialist Soviet Russia and the USSR is absolutely inappropriate. Both Lenin and Stalin were consistent fighters against imperialism, and primarily against a rotten and vile formation called the Russian Empire, where the position of the working man was one of the most difficult in the world, and the peasants, who constituted the overwhelming part of the population of Ingushetia, were generally on position of livestock.
  32. Const
    Const 6 March 2014 12: 03
    0
    Good article, honest.
  33. RUSS
    RUSS 6 March 2014 12: 09
    -1
    first of all, with a rotten and vile formation called the Russian Empire.

    You are either a lumpen, a marginal or a guest worker, or maybe a "Vanyok" who does not remember his kinship. How a sane person can call his country a "vile education"? Proceeding even from the fact that the lands that we have now and during the times of the USSR were collected by our ancestors for centuries. Neo-fascists from the Baltic States and Ukraine, from the Caucasus and Middle Asia call the Empire "vile formation". The same Stalin and Lenin were born in the Empire where they received their education and where they created their own party.
  34. sso-xnumx
    sso-xnumx 6 March 2014 12: 50
    +2
    the one who does nothing is not mistaken! In principle, everyone can shout at every corner that everyone has done and is doing so. Few of those who take and do, and how many of those who then appropriate the fruits of other people's labors for themselves or start yelling "and I said that it will not work ...! The leader acted as he considered necessary at a particular historical moment. And he took it upon himself. responsibility for what has been done, in contrast to the current leaders
  35. RUSS
    RUSS 6 March 2014 12: 53
    +1
    Quote: Be proud.
    One thugWhere was the bandit?


    Robbed banks and crews.
    1. ultra
      ultra 6 March 2014 13: 21
      -2
      Quote: RUSS
      Robbed banks and crews.

      I read posts and never cease to be amazed !!! Gentlemen and ladies Do you not know who financed the RCP (B) after the outbreak of the First World War? Who benefited from the collapse of the Russian Empire? With whose hands this was accomplished? Great Stalin, God, hero, patriot, Stalin .. ..Try on your imagination, try to see what Russia could have been if not for all these Leninists, Trotsky, Stalin ... etc.
      1. dmb
        dmb 6 March 2014 13: 58
        +1
        We turn it on, and immediately we begin to understand that the image on your avatar would be clearly different. It is unlikely that the Russian Gagarin was depicted there. An agrarian country ruled by a weak autocrat, who did not know how to govern. So if they flew into space, it would probably be simultaneously with the Chinese, who are similar in territory and population. and considering that the scientific and industrial potential of China was created largely thanks to the help of the USSR and the absence of a fool-autocrat, I am afraid that they would not go to outer space, to go to the courtyard toilets. Well, who needs to invest in training technically competent people when it is easier to use it the way Tajiks are now used in the Moscow region. Now I would like to know the sources from which you know about the financing of the RSDLP (b) after the start of the First World War. I am not asking about the RCP (b), for it became such only in 1918. At the same time, check its number and compare with the population of Russia. Maybe you will understand that the people did not adore the "adored" monarch that much. As for Stalin, if a person wants to bang his head on the floor, then he will do it even in front of an icon, even in front of a portrait of a tsar or a leader, well, as the author of the article. This is due to weakness and illiteracy.
        1. ultra
          ultra 6 March 2014 14: 16
          -1
          Quote: dmb
          An agrarian country, ruled by a weak autocrat, did not know how to govern.
          Well, let's start with the fact that it was the 4th economy in the world at the time of the outbreak of the First World War, then that the "autocrat" was weak-willed is a fact, no one disputes.
  36. Standard Oil
    Standard Oil 6 March 2014 13: 29
    +3
    If according to the principle of "take out and put", then everything becomes clear to any adequate person. Well, at least kill Stalin's personality so stands out from the whole galaxy of Russian politicians that an excuse like "a maniac, a murderer and a tyrant" will not get away with it. Russia reached its maximum historical development under Stalin. The momentum was set such that it lasted for almost half a century. There are a lot of stupid people and balabols, very few businesslike and intelligent people. Stalin was definitely not a stupid talker-talker (a la Gorbachev).
  37. parus2nik
    parus2nik 6 March 2014 13: 53
    +1
    In fact, we are now eating up Stalinist capital ...
  38. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee 6 March 2014 14: 29
    +7
    And whatever they say, but I.V. Stalin was the leader of the world proletariat and the father of peoples! And all in vain they will not say!
  39. RUSS
    RUSS 6 March 2014 17: 03
    0
    quote = w2000and the peasants, who made up the vast majority of the population of the Republic of Ingushetia, were generally in the position of livestock.

    The peasants were not in the position of cattle, and by the way, do not forget when in the USSR peasants began to issue passports.
  40. atos_kin
    atos_kin 6 March 2014 18: 24
    0
    In Russia there should be a city with STALIN in the name! I will not even offer which one.
  41. RUSS
    RUSS 6 March 2014 18: 26
    -1
    Quote: Goodmen
    Although then all the same they took everything away ... and then the famine ... when everything was exported from Ukraine under the net ... What, Stalin ordered? Of course not! Mu.da.ki - executors of the party line to combat hunger !!! like this...


    So I read these comments and think, where was Stalin then? Where was he when the repressions and executions took place? If you think that the party line executors, other "officials" and other leaders with the NKVDeshniks are to blame for everything, then what kind of head of state is it that such atrocities are taking place under his nose? There is no need to throw the blame on other people, Stalin himself foresaw this and "reinsured" saying that after his death his name and deeds would be slandered, he knew what he was doing with the people! The people raised the country, because they knew that if the country was not raised, then it would not be there.