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.