Night over the country: heavy 1920s

The end of the Civil War did not end the torment of the peoples of Russia; in the 1920s, especially in the early years of the decade, several ugly and horrendous events can be noted: from the end of 1920 - the beginning of 1922, the peak of terror reached its peak; the so-called “Stalinist camps” were created by 1918 on the initiative of Sverdlov, Lenin and Trotsky - they were ordered to be created in each region, as there were not enough places in prisons. In 1920, the system created the Northern Special Purpose Camps (ELEPHANT), initially there were only two camps - in Arkhangelsk and Kholmogory. They were called “special” because they eliminated people there.

The policy of “disclosing” continued: the Cossacks were recognized as the “abolished” estate, they became “deprived”, that is, deprived of civil rights, as well as nobles, clergy, merchants. Region Don troops dismembered: the western part was given to Ukraine, other territories were divided between the regions. The Kyrgyz (Kazakh) Autonomous Republic gave the lands of the Ural, Semirechensky, Orenburg troops, the southern part of the territory of the Siberian army. The Kalmyk Autonomous Region was isolated from the lands of Astrakhan, the Buryat-Mongolian Republic was separated from the lands of the Trans-Baikal Army. Thus, they laid a “mine” of national autonomies and republics under Russia, at the same time destroying the Russian military estate that preserved the ancient traditions of Russian soldiers.

Night over the country: heavy 1920s

The corpses of the deceased from hunger collected in December for several days 1921 at the cemetery in Buzuluk.

Worst of all were the Kuban and Terek Cossacks, because they were under the domination of whites during the 1919 terror period of the year, during the Civil War, so thousands of people were repressed. In the North Caucasus, “Sverdlovsk-Trotskyists” have relied on Chechens, Dagestanis, Ingush and other Highlanders. The Gorskaya and Dagestan autonomous republics were created, they were given significant parts of the Cossack lands. From the Kuban, the southern part was given to the Mountain Republic, the eastern part to the Stavropol Territory; Terek gubernia retained approximately 19% of former lands. During the deportation of the Cossacks, a genuine genocide was arranged, in which the Highlanders also participated, at that time about 35 thousand Cossacks were destroyed.

The so-called policy of “war communism” continued with the prohibition of trade, “product exchange”, the seizure of valuables and gold, the receipt of manufactured goods and foodstuffs using ration cards; Trotsky generally wanted to create a system of universal forced labor, for which he created the "labor armies". In March, 1921, at the tenth congress of the Communist Party, he stated the following: “We must finish with roaming Russia. We will create labor armies, easily mobilized, easily transferred from place to place. Labor will be encouraged by a piece of bread, insubordination and lack of discipline be punished with prison and death. ” Trotsky equated "labor desertion" to the act of counter-revolution.

At the same time, American businessmen took root in the Soviet economy, taking the place of foreign companies of the pre-revolutionary era. They were given in concession (the right to exploit something) enterprises, deposits of natural resources. The Vanderlipu American was handed over to concession the whole of Kamchatka (!), Although the idea fell through, but the idea was something. According to the plans of the “world behind the scenes”, which the Bolsheviks, the “internationalists” led by Trotsky, led, Russia was to become one giant concentration camp, a “testing ground” for testing the “New World Order” system, with free slave labor for food rations death "for the elimination of all recalcitrant, with the pumping of resources, the treasures of the country, accumulated over the centuries.

But in the end, this policy had to be curtailed, uprisings swept almost the entire country, Russia was on the verge of a new Civil War — already the peasants were against the “Reds”; the state would not have sustained it. Neither mass executions nor downtrodden concentration camps helped, but most of the population could not be destroyed - peasants made up about 80% of the population and even more, many workers, in order not to die of starvation in cities where there was no work, returned to peasant labor. In addition, the sensible Bolsheviks, “patriots” began to ask questions. As a result, they introduced the famous NEP.

At the same time, famine was used as a pretext to strike another blow to the Church, the initiator of which was Trotsky. 17 March 1922, he presented his plan, which Lenin fully approved. In addition to the seizure of values, there were demonstration trials of clergymen. In addition, the Church tried to split, and this direction was also supervised by Trotsky. Patriarch Tikhon was arrested, with the "contingent" led the work, identifying those who will cooperate. As a result, the course of the “Renovationists”, led by Bishop Antonin, was created, in Ukraine they created another direction - the Ukrainian Church. What is interesting, with other religions - Catholicism, Protestant trends, Judaism - did not struggle so much, with such consistency and pressure. It was also not easy for them - the policy was anti-religious, but there were indications of “national peculiarities” to treat carefully, they say, they are eliminated gradually, over time, as people become aware. Protestants, various sectarians even handed over churches and temples, seized from the Orthodox Church. As a result, the number of congregations of various areas of Protestantism grew in 1920 in 5 times (!).

Russia was exsanguinated, “strangers” triumphed: During the Civil War, Russia lost only those who died (in battles, from epidemics, famine, terror, etc.) - 13-15 million people, another 5-6 million died from starvation in 1921-1922 years, more than 2 million fled from Russia. This is not counting the disabled, maimed, lost health, morally maimed, not born, taking into account what the indirect losses are simply enormous. The industry was destroyed, rural production was almost halved, vast territories were lost.

It is simply amazing that JV Stalin and his team were able to make such a fantastic leap in 1930-s, that they managed to heal such wounds ...

Sources of:
Shambarov V.Ye. Anti-Soviet. M., 2011.
Shambarov V.Ye. State and revolution. M., 2002.
Shambarov V. Ye. Invasion of strangers. The conspiracy against the empire. M., 2007.РасказачиваниеТрудовые_армии
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  1. Evgan
    Evgan 13 July 2011 09: 45 New
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    Wow, hold me, now I’ll fall off the chair ...
    One would think that the system of special purpose camps that appeared in the early 20s not under Stalin was not developed by Stalin and brought to a scale that our country did not know before.
    You might think that Stalin did not continue the policy of persecution of the church that had begun before him.
    One would think that Russia “was to become one giant concentration camp” only in the thoughts of Trotsky, and Stalin had nothing to do with it.
    One would think that the "Russian military estate" was destroyed only in the early 20s, and in the late 30s there was no army purge.
    Alexander, you are engaged in juggling the facts and, revealing half the truth, pushing to the wrong conclusions.
  2. AKM
    AKM 13 July 2011 10: 01 New
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    When Stalin began to seize power, the Trotskyite Jews who surrendered each other began to occupy the place in the camps, there was already a purge not of the people but a purge of managers from the 5th column, the failed elite of the Jews were cleaned up. And now yes it can be presented as Khrushchev said, increase 10 times and scream how bloodthirsty he was) But the fact that he took the country with plow and left with nuclear weapons and made the country Empire No. 1 on earth is garbage, it’s better to live like now a penny and die in a million or two a year, this is a real revival of the country, not like in the 1930-50s of the last century) no one needs such a Russia ...
  3. Evgan
    Evgan 13 July 2011 13: 30 New
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    AKM, in your opinion, it turns out that in our country, Trotskyite Jews (that is, apparently, not all Jews) had a dozen or two million. And Stalin, such a fine fellow, transplanted them. And apparently, in vain transplanted - it was necessary to shoot :)
    As for the country with plow and Empire No. 1 - I agree with the caveat that, strictly speaking, Empire No. 1 was not the USSR - for in some ways we were "ahead of the rest", for some we were not. But yes, they took the 1-2 place confidently. Only ... Isn’t we paying too much a price for this then? Perhaps, relatively speaking, 4-5 places would be enough for us?

    I do not think that today's system is good either.
  4. AKM1917
    AKM1917 13 July 2011 15: 32 New
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    In the words of Leiba Davidovich Bronstein nicknamed "Trotsky" - the sons of watchmakers from Odessa and Orsha, Gomel and Vinnitsa, - how magnificent, how delightful they know how to hate everything Russian! With what pleasure they will physically destroy the Russian intelligentsia - officers, engineers, priests, generals, agronomists, academics, writers!
    To the foregoing, it is not necessary to have 10 million Trotskyite Jews, it is enough to have such people in power. And what he was given to the people he eats ...
  5. steam45
    steam45 14 July 2011 16: 42 New
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    Near Stalin, there were no less Jews. It’s just that some creatures destroyed others, and for one they took millions of innocents. Trotsky and Stalin were worthy of each other - satanic offspring.
  6. AKM1917
    AKM1917 15 July 2011 09: 59 New
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    Ahaha, here’s how our mediocre generation is growing, study history better comrade ...
  7. provodnikbdsm
    provodnikbdsm 16 July 2011 16: 05 New
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    Now tell me, where and when does the first place go easily? You always have to pay some price.