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Liberal totalitarianismOne Russian senator (!) Recently proposed to criminalize dissidents for the "justification" of Stalinism-totalitarianism. This fact, they say, is crying, because it follows from it that at the very top in some heads a real mess reigns. We understand, of course, that he reigns in liberal heads, but this does not make it any easier.


To begin the treatment of our liberals, we must understand what the “positive program” of liberalism is, that is, the liberal’s self-justification in his own eyes. In an ideological sense, it is quite simple and (speaking in scientific style) follows from the “progressive” positivistic linear view of historical process. If we agree that the world is developing “positively and linearly”, then we have to agree with the existence of leaders of progress - “civilized peoples”, and all other peoples automatically fall into “developing”, backward and even barbaric and wild. By the way, the terms “developed” and “developing” countries are universally recognized by the “world community”, and this does not bother anyone, although, if you think about it, it smacks of racism from them.

The liberals make a political conclusion from the positivist “scientific” postulate, which they do not always talk about, but they often pronounce it when the situation becomes hot, like in Ukraine, that “Western civilization”, and in the person of its Bandera puppet, is always right. Whatever she does, no matter how she murders “pro-Russian separatists” in Ukraine, even children, because “Western civilization” is always right in relation to backward peoples and “barbarians”, in this case Russians. Note that these definitions of the Russian people have become commonplace among Bandera, but the Western rumor does not hurt.

The notorious “political analyst” Latynina from “Echo” directly stated that Western civilization must oppose the “barbarians” from the Middle East, even if they are refugees fleeing the horrors of war.

Why? It is very simple: because “civilization” is intensifying at the expense of “barbarians” and moves forward the cause of “world progress”. Therefore, any civilized atrocity is justified by the liberals by the fact that it, in one way or another, serves the cause of the “progress of mankind”, which thus acts as a real bloody idol of liberalism. Accordingly, any success of the “barbarians” damages not only individual “civilized” countries, but also the cause of “world progress”.

Therefore, the West justifies all the "civilized" sons of bitches, all their crimes against the "non-civilized" peoples and countries, that is, not yet controlled by the West, because they act, ultimately, in the interests of "Western civilization" and "world progress." Therefore, for the “world community” “civilized” blood and tears are immensely more valuable than any non-European and non-American. Therefore, our liberal is always ready to clean the boots of the European liberal, according to FM. Dostoevsky, just for the sake of "progress of mankind".

Although the linear positivistic historical concept is no more than one of the earliest pro-European views on the historical process, but politically just an ideological diversion, it still dominates the “scientific world community”. The alternative civilizational historical concept, presented, in particular, by world-famous historians Arnold Toynbee and Lev Gumilyov, is criticized and defamed by the liberal public mainstream as unscientific, although it is precisely this that allows harmonizing international relations.

If we ignore liberal progressive-positivist speculations, and draw civilization and other views on history, we have to admit that dictatorial regimes were, are and will be: they inevitably follow periods of chaos and collapse of society, after unrest, splits and revolutions. In the ancient world, dictatorships, democracies and oligarchies were always side by side, and Aristotle did not see any particular advantages of any of these forms of society: they are all good in their own way.

Today it is fashionable to call dictatorships “totalitarian”, but the essence of the matter does not change from this — it is still the dictate of a certain ideology, and one can only speak about the degree of technological effectiveness of its implementation. In this sense, the dictates of the liberal “democratic” ideology in the world are today also totalitarian.

By the way, Karl Marx, apparently understanding the historical reality of the dictatorship, equipped his theory of building the communist "kingdom of freedom" with the concept of the "dictatorship of the proletariat". Indeed, it was thanks to this dictatorship that Russian Marxists managed to overcome the chaos after the 1917 revolution of the year (the socialist / communist revolution), retain power, and preserve the integrity of Russia, at least in the Soviet form. Therefore, it is simply silly to accuse Stalin and his Bolsheviks of the “dictatorship of the proletariat” and of “totalitarianism”.

On the other hand, the term "totalitarianism", that is, the absolute total power, has a West European origin, namely Hitler's. It was Hitler who shouted to the whole world about the total war with Russia, he generally loved the terrible and ultimate epithets, in this case they meant a war with Soviet Russia for destruction.

Somewhere in the late twentieth century, the epithet “totalitarian” was adopted by liberal political scientists, and again with anti-Russian goals. In order ideologically to put Hitler and Stalin on the same level, they united them with the sonorous name “totalitarian dictators”. This apparently affects the European love for the vivid insults of their political opponents: they always have "bloody executioners" and "criminal regimes", and the Europeans appear on this background, of course, in white pants.

In fact, totalitarian accusations hide a big ideological lie. If we take this view, then the modern West has already surpassed Hitler and Stalin in totalitarianism of its propaganda. At least they are talking about exposing electronic surveillance of the US special services Snowden, revelations of American "economic killers", the practice of secret CIA prisons and legalized ( !) torture of prisoners.

It should be borne in mind that Hitler is an ultranationalist dictatorship, a product of the “national revolution”, and Stalin is a dictatorship of the proletariat, a product of the international socialist revolution, feel the difference. After all, this is the difference that made them mortal enemies.

Note that in Ukraine in February 2014, it was precisely the “national revolution” that its apologists claim, and today we witness the dictatorial and total propaganda features of the victorious Bandera regime, which, having gained “dignity”, called its political opponents “Colorado” , "Separating", "donbounami" and "lugandonami".

These degrading and degrading nicknames speak not just about the Bandera dictatorship, but the Bandera-Nazi. What is not surprising: it has the same roots as Hitler’s dictatorship in the “national revolution”. Moreover, the absolutism of Bandera in the information and cultural sphere reached idiocy, such as compiling international "white" and "black" lists according to the criterion of "Ukrainianness" (Bandera).

Only external pressure from Europe forces the Bandera regime to observe at least some propriety, and to mask the Nazi crosses of their Shukhevychs, inhuman intentions against their opponents. It is noteworthy that the Rada adopted a law on “de-communization”, which condemns totalitarianism in general, but the pro-fascist parties in Kiev are not at all pursued, which only confirms its Nazism of Hitler's sense. By the way, Hitler would also have subscribed to "decommunization", here Poroshenko achieved the goal set by Nazism.

... From this it follows that in the “totalitarian question” common sense and logic “do not rest,” as observers sometimes say, they are consciously ignored by both Europe and America. To prove this to the world, it is necessary to show the poverty of the liberal ideology, its totalitarianism, and turn to the normal, truly universal civilization view of history, sending linear positivism to the dustbin of history.
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  1. VseDoFeNi
    VseDoFeNi 30 September 2015 06: 18 New
    +12
    Liberalism is an ideology aimed at humanizing people by creating a hypertrophied ego and self-esteem among individuals, based on fear. Only fear keeps a liberal society from self-destruction.

    publication time: September 2, 2005 15:16
    last updated: September 3, 2005 13:00

    In the American city of New Orleans, which hit Katrina, anarchy reigns. The streets are strewn with corpses that no one removes, fights, shootings and fires are everywhere recorded. Survivors are fighting, trying to take places on buses that would take them away from this chaos, reports AP.

    A series of explosions was recorded on Friday in New Orleans. According to the latest information, explosions and fires occurred at a local chemical plant. Mayor Ray Nigel assured that the smoke from them is not toxic.

    In parallel, looting does not stop in the city. Authorities have already ordered, if necessary, to open fire to kill the alleged perpetrators.


    And this anti-human ideology allows liberals to kill other people around the world.
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      1. VseDoFeNi
        VseDoFeNi 30 September 2015 07: 35 New
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        There is more mind in the cow's gaze.
        1. aleks 62 next
          aleks 62 next 30 September 2015 13: 12 New
          +6
          .... In the cow's gaze of the mind more ....

          ... The most offensive is that such "senators" get awesome money a month in the form of salaries and other amenities in the form of benefits .... How do they get there ???? ... Who chooses them ????
          1. VseDoFeNi
            VseDoFeNi 30 September 2015 18: 53 New
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            Money is nothing, it is important that someone votes for them in the elections.
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    2. ava09
      ava09 30 September 2015 07: 33 New
      +13
      How much can you choose between two WRONGS? The term "Liberal" does not fit the modern Trotskyists in the same way that the term "Communist" did not fit the Trotskyists who usurped power after the death of Stalin. The foundation of these enemies has always been one - the destruction of Russia and the Russian people. And the "liberal values" with which they actively cover up the CHANGE of the Motherland without denying patriotism serve as a "pass" of their destructive propaganda into the heads of citizens.
      1. Yars
        Yars 30 September 2015 15: 12 New
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        Quote: ava09
        without denying patriotism they serve as a “pass” of their destructive propaganda into the heads of citizens.

        you well noticed it, some Trotskyists on our forum act just like that!
      2. Dart2027
        Dart2027 30 September 2015 20: 29 New
        +1
        Simply put, you need to say "enemies of the people."
    3. although
      although 30 September 2015 20: 17 New
      -1
      The guy just needed to stand out before leaving was, now our region will be represented by the former mayor of Arkhangelsk! He is also a seal, but certainly not a liberal.
  2. astronom1973n
    astronom1973n 30 September 2015 06: 22 New
    +5
    The senator has obviously thrown off topic! But in general, it’s a shame that a number of necessary amendments to the law cannot be adopted or certain laws! So, for example, about the right to protect private property, it doesn’t work after the fact. You won’t prove anything in most cases if you climbed into the country at night and you killed him in the necessary defense.
    And they get drunk at the airport, and then everyone flies and suffers with them, instead of not landing! It seems that both the State Duma and the senators have nothing to do.! The main thing is to save seals and tigers!
  3. rvRomanoff
    rvRomanoff 30 September 2015 06: 52 New
    +15
    There is one historical joke about how Stalin suggested to his son Vasily that, they say, you are not Stalin and even I am not Stalin. Stalin is a national hero, and you and I are ordinary people. There is evidence of contemporaries. For example, G.K. Zhukov in his Memoirs and Thoughts wrote that when he and Tymoshenko turned to Stalin about the modernization and strengthening of the army, he answered, they say, I understand everything, but there are other programs in the national economy that are important for the people, and the people are our everything. So was Stalin a totalitarian dictator or, after all, a national banner? And what will the people be called that, instead of recognizing some of the mistakes made under this banner, will enthusiastically and selflessly dazzle the banner itself?
  4. Stoler
    Stoler 30 September 2015 06: 53 New
    +18
    STALIN do not touch !!!! Democrats are bad!
  5. afdjhbn67
    afdjhbn67 30 September 2015 06: 58 New
    +9
    What can we talk about if we have liberals in power?
    1. VseDoFeNi
      VseDoFeNi 30 September 2015 07: 10 New
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      Quote: afdjhbn67
      What can we talk about if we have liberals in power?

      It is not only possible, but also necessary to talk about the dangers and inhumanity of liberalism in all its manifestations.

    2. Uncle Joe
      Uncle Joe 30 September 2015 14: 59 New
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      Quote: afdjhbn67
      What can we talk about if we have liberals in power?
      Do we have liberals in power? laughing

      Those who are now called "liberals" (by the way, by the way), were called the bourgeoisie 100 years ago.

      Previously, the bourgeoisie allowed itself to liberalize, defended bourgeois-democratic freedoms, and thereby created popularity among the people. Now there is no trace of liberalism. There is no longer the so-called “freedom of the individual,” individual rights are now recognized only for those who have capital, and all other citizens are considered raw human material suitable only for exploitation. The principle of the equal rights of people and nations has been trampled upon; it has been replaced by the principle of the full rights of the exploiting minority and the lack of rights of the exploited majority of citizens. The banner of bourgeois-democratic freedoms has been thrown overboard.
      I. Stalin. Speech at the 14th Party Congress on October 1952, XNUMX

      Stalin always spoke of the bourgeoisie, of capitalism and capitalists, and not of some vague mythical liberals.

      Do not let your ears hang noodles.


      1. gladcu2
        gladcu2 30 September 2015 19: 04 New
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        Vsedofeni, uncle Joe

        Whatever you call it bourgeoisie or liberalism, this system is built on lies and lives within several generations. Since it cannot solve one of the important tasks for itself. They cannot save stolen funds. And therefore always come to a situation of the need to create a new, stable and reliable.

        They say that this should be a society of justice without redistribution of property. Or something else...

        By the way, remember the name of this governor. You will see in the supermarket, send him a pendell from all comers.
  6. samarin1969
    samarin1969 30 September 2015 07: 03 New
    +1
    The author is a little confused in logic ... Is Stalin a branch of "progress" (in a good version) or a defense of "our" civilization? ...
  7. 6789
    6789 30 September 2015 07: 08 New
    +14
    good or bad Stalin, you can argue for a long time. but the fact that there would be no modern Russia without it is a fact.
    1. ava09
      ava09 30 September 2015 11: 00 New
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      Quote: 6789
      good or bad Stalin, you can argue for a long time. but the fact that there would be no modern Russia without it is a fact.

      Here is the solution to the “long” dispute - without Stalin there would have been no Russia. Just Khrushchev, Kaganovichi & CO would have surrendered to the USSR to Hitler and the old dream of the West to destroy Russia as a State and Russians as a people has long come true ...
  8. Rezident007
    Rezident007 30 September 2015 07: 11 New
    +17
    The fact is surprising: in my opinion, only Russians like to blacken their own history, to dishonor, distort so that the enemies do not need to ... So mock at their own history of their homeland, homeland, and most importantly where are the eyes and hands of state structures, if any evil spirits pass in the media, filming filthy films, etc. all sorts of dirty tricks .. comes to insanity. Comrades, ladies and gentlemen: if in schools and modern films and textbooks they distort the truth, then at least we, the parents of our children (and not ours, too), will convey our history as a Great Country and Great People! Glory to the working people - the people, the WINNER!
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 30 September 2015 07: 22 New
      +4
      Quote: Resident007
      Comrades, ladies and gentlemen: if in schools and modern films and textbooks they distort the truth, then at least we, the parents of our children (and not ours, too), will convey our history as a Great Country and Great People! Glory to the working people - the people, the WINNER!

      I even wanted to drink for you. drinks
      1. V.ic
        V.ic 30 September 2015 07: 53 New
        +2
        Quote: Andrew Y.
        I even wanted to drink for you

        Sorry, some time ago on this site, a certain Andrei Yurievich promoted anti-alcohol values! It would be necessary to decide unambiguously: alcohol is "+" or "-".
        1. VseDoFeNi
          VseDoFeNi 30 September 2015 10: 46 New
          +3
          I don’t know how AJ, but I definitely sharply negatively regard alcohol as the most dangerous drug. And certainly I won’t drink for anyone.
          We need to return the state monopoly on the production and trade of alcohol and tobacco with a gradual reduction in their turnover to zero.

          Sober life should be the norm for our people. The West wants to get drunk, let them get drunk, they are already on the verge of extinction.
          1. gladcu2
            gladcu2 30 September 2015 19: 20 New
            +1
            Vsedofeni

            I support. It is necessary to increase the capitalization of the state. Let the proceeds go to social needs.

            And alcohol is just a means of not spending expensive time. With revenue growth, will go to another plan.

            For example, I thumped 3 days a week. I bought myself an airsoft weapon. I’ll play war with the men. It’s enough for the money.
            I won’t be able to thump. You can’t get drunk behind the wheel. The state is strong. Will not allow it.
            1. Uncle Joe
              Uncle Joe 30 September 2015 22: 26 New
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              Quote: gladcu2
              It is necessary to increase the capitalization of the state
              What to do? laughing

              Let the proceeds go to social needs
              Of course, let them go, but only from what direction will they go if the past 15 years, an increase in the budget filling rate was accompanied by a proportional cut in social spending?
    2. larand
      larand 30 September 2015 07: 32 New
      +13
      Quote: Resident007
      The fact is surprising: in my opinion, only Russians like to blacken their own history, to vulgarize, and misinterpret so that there is no need for enemies ...


      Yes, it’s not Russian, it’s the power of those in power to blacken and groan. They need the “common people," as they call us, to forget about the times when workers, engineers, and peasants were represented in the authorities. After all, we, according to their noble estimates, are "bfd and cooks". They need us, turning into a silent herd, not to interfere with their profit and rule in their interests.
      1. Wildcat-731
        Wildcat-731 30 September 2015 13: 36 New
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        Quote: larand
        Quote: Resident007
        The fact is surprising: in my opinion, only Russians like to blacken their own history, to vulgarize, and misinterpret so that there is no need for enemies ...


        Yes, it’s not Russian, it’s the power of those in power to blacken and groan. They need the “common people," as they call us, to forget about the times when workers, engineers, and peasants were represented in the authorities. After all, we, according to their noble estimates, are "bfd and cooks". They need us, turning into a silent herd, not to interfere with their profit and rule in their interests.

        In fact, to put it mildly, to put it mildly, all of our current “powers” ​​of the Russian Imperial nobility do not even get the seventh water on jelly - for example, some free-standing individuals may even have a seedy, noble nobility in their ancestors am (but not the Imperial nobility !! yes ), which explains their attitude to their OWN PEOPLE (!) with the word ,, bld.d.lo. ", because this is the favorite word of the gentry am (any linguist will prove the Lyashsky origin of this word).
        And they have long been fond of our own History, those in power, trusting to write to everyone who is “passionately loving” Russia, foreigners (the “Radziwill Chronicle” under Peter I, academician Miller under Elizabeth Petrovna, and others). request am
    3. sherp2015
      sherp2015 30 September 2015 09: 31 New
      +2
      Quote: Resident007
      The fact is surprising: in my opinion, only Russians like to blacken their own story, to vulgarize, and misinterpret so that there is no need for enemies ..


      Are you sure that it is the Russians who distort the story?
    4. Volzhanin
      Volzhanin 30 September 2015 09: 54 New
      +2
      Not Russians, but liberals! What does liberalism have to do with Russia? This is a phenomenon alien to us.
      So a liberalist is a traitor to Russia, pulling down and to the bottom. They are a clear minority, and if they do not want to keep up with the majority, to kick the fuck out of Russia and all things.
      Better for forced labor.

      It is a pity that this senator will never appear in Samara, and I do not plan to go north yet. I would certainly spit on his vile mug.
      1. ava09
        ava09 30 September 2015 11: 48 New
        +2
        The modern offshore "aristocracy" spliced ​​with representatives of the authorities into a criminal community has a very distant relation to the socio-philosophical meaning of the term "liberalism".
        1. Vladimir 1964
          Vladimir 1964 30 September 2015 17: 01 New
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          Quote: ava09
          The modern offshore "aristocracy" spliced ​​with representatives of the authorities into a criminal community has a very distant relation to the socio-philosophical meaning of the term "liberalism".


          Good idea. good hi
      2. I am human
        I am human 30 September 2015 12: 14 New
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        And who knows what a mysterious senator is? Well, if you spit in his face, then at least you need to know whose ...
        1. Uncle Joe
          Uncle Joe 30 September 2015 15: 16 New
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          Quote: I'm a man
          And who knows what a mysterious senator is?
          Google knows smile
        2. Vladimir 1964
          Vladimir 1964 30 September 2015 16: 59 New
          +1
          Quote: I'm a man
          And who knows what a mysterious senator is? Well, if you spit in his face, then at least you need to know whose ...


          It’s sad, Alexander, but you will never miss there, spit calmly. good
      3. Uncle Joe
        Uncle Joe 30 September 2015 15: 15 New
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        Quote: Volzhanin
        What does liberalism have to do with Russia? This is a phenomenon alien to us.
        How, aren't Russians a freedom-loving people? lol
    5. Basil50
      Basil50 30 September 2015 11: 32 New
      +2
      Piarasts * of the West * were hired to justify the Romanov seizure of power. Then, by direct order, under the German tsars and their close associates, * capital * works appeared on the backwardness of the RUSSIANS and on the training of savages in the west. And recently, Gundyaev was noted in the piarazm * of culture and enlightenment * of the West. The modern regimes of Western PR are not at all embarrassed by the savagery of substantiating their own * superiority * and other claims. It is a pity at us are those who serve PR.
    6. Uncle Joe
      Uncle Joe 30 September 2015 15: 09 New
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      Quote: Resident007
      if in schools and modern films and textbooks they distort the truth, then at least we, the parents of our children (and not ours, too), will inform our story
      And to make every effort to eliminate these distortions is not, not fate?

      We will live by the principle of "they have us, we are growing stronger", but we will not try to change the existing situation?
    7. gladcu2
      gladcu2 30 September 2015 19: 13 New
      -2
      Rezident007

      Uh, dear, why are you accusing the Russians of tormenting your conscience.

      There is the usual restoration of national self-awareness. After a liberal deceitful policy of humiliation.
  9. parusnik
    parusnik 30 September 2015 07: 15 New
    +1
    To begin the treatment of our liberals... this is not being treated ...
    1. VseDoFeNi
      VseDoFeNi 30 September 2015 07: 28 New
      +2
      Quote: parusnik
      To begin the treatment of our liberals ... This is not treated ...

      Yes Easy! Half a year in the taiga wilderness and they will begin to appreciate people ... if they survive in freedom.
    2. Hell's Angel
      Hell's Angel 30 September 2015 08: 10 New
      +13
      To begin the treatment of our liberals ... This is not treated ...

      A set of drugs.
      1. Wildcat-731
        Wildcat-731 30 September 2015 13: 51 New
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        Quote: angel of hell
        To begin the treatment of our liberals ... This is not treated ...

        A set of drugs.

        I fully support you, colleague, your treatment method is extremely productive. yes drinks
        I hope that the other colleagues of our Council will also support you and warmly approve (and in some places some will try to introduce it quietly (oh, dreams, dreams ...)). yes laughing
        1. VseDoFeNi
          VseDoFeNi 1 October 2015 05: 51 New
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          Quote: WildCat-731
          I fully support you, colleague, your treatment method is extremely productive. yes drinks

          There was such an uncle in France - Robespierre. Here he also considered the guillotine very productive. On it, he ended his bloody life.
      2. VseDoFeNi
        VseDoFeNi 1 October 2015 05: 49 New
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        Quote: angel of hell
        A set of drugs.



        I'm bloodthirsty
        I am merciless
        I am the evil robber of Barmaley!
  10. Landwarrior
    Landwarrior 30 September 2015 07: 26 New
    +12
    One Russian senator (!) Recently proposed criminal prosecution of dissenters for the "excuse" Stalinism-totalitarianism.

    Well, they invented it. I would understand if it was about the "crimes of Stalinism", well, as they usually write ....
    And here is some kind of too general wording. With the achievements of the country under Stalin, what to do, here's an example:
    1) Under Stalin, the USSR won the Great Patriotic War.
    2) Under Stalin, an atomic bomb appeared in the USSR.
    These are true facts, right? At least it’s stupid to challenge them. But for a second, let's imagine that they dragged this law ... Well, the "Overton window" worked or the lobby is not the point ....
    And then what to do with achievements? Sprinkle ash on your head and repent before the Germans for those Wehrmacht soldiers whom the Red Army "grounded" on the Eastern Front?
    Sobbing to dismantle nuclear warheads from nuclear missiles? .... Yes, I deliberately exaggerate. Yes, I’m bending a stick. But it's just to show all the absurdity.

    Forgive me for confusing, but I hope the main thought has conveyed hi
    1. Bombardier
      Bombardier 30 September 2015 09: 00 New
      +12
      Under Comrade Stalin, a lot of state-fundamental was built for development for many decades.
      Few people know, but in 1948. when Europe was still recovering from the consequences of the devastating war, the USSR, on Stalin's initiative, issued a decree of the Council of Ministers of the USSR and the Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks of October 20, 1948 "On a plan of field-afforestation, introduction of grass crop rotation, construction of ponds and ponds to ensure high sustainable crops in the steppe and forest-steppe regions of the European part of the USSR. "
      In print, this document was called the "Stalinist plan for the transformation of nature."
      The fifteen-year program of scientific regulation of nature, which has no analogues in world practice, was developed on the basis of the works of prominent Russian agronomists. ......

      The forest belt is an almost ordinary concept: there are so many of them, along the roads, along the perimeter of the fields ... When you go from Rostov to Volgodonsk, the occasional flickering of these narrow stripes of tree planting is even a little annoying ... And their presence seems clear, obvious and somehow taken for granted ... But an attentive person will pay attention to the fact that these forest plantations were planted at about the same time - somewhere around 60 years ago ...

      The measures taken have led to an increase in cereal yields by 25-30%, vegetables by 50-75%, and herbs by 100-200%. Also, as a result of increased investment in agriculture and improved technical equipment of collective farms and state farms, it was possible to create a solid fodder base for the development of animal husbandry (machine and tractor stations played a significant role in this). The production of meat and fat in 1951 compared to 1948 increased 1,8 times, including pork - 2, milk production - 1,65, eggs - 3,4, wool - 1,5 .

      Anyone interested in the full article here is very interested: http://back-in-ussr.com/2015/05/stalinskiy-plan-preobrazovaniya-prirody_2.html
      1. MrK
        MrK 30 September 2015 11: 10 New
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        Quote: Bombardier
        "On the plan of field-afforestation, the introduction of grass crop rotation, the construction of ponds and ponds to ensure high sustainable yields in the steppe and forest-steppe regions of the European part of the USSR."

        Thank. I read about it at A. Courlandchik on proza.ru. Damned Soviet power ... Khrushchev then all on .. heh..ril
    2. skullcap
      skullcap 30 September 2015 19: 41 New
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      Quote: Landwarrior
      I would have understood if it was about the "crimes of Stalinism," as they usually write ....

      That is how they are written specifically so that the responsibility for all post-revolutionary repressions is to entrust him alone.
      However, if one becomes acquainted with the events, it follows that the repressions were unleashed the day after the victory of the Leninist revolution long before Stalin came to the central government.
      So the ELEPHANT (Solovki Special Purpose Camp) was organized in 1918 by Lenin’s personal order.
      And the greatest number of victims was precisely during the Leninist-Trotskyist roar. repression, when without any court and investigation drowned in barges by families (from deep old men to mothers with babies in their arms) whole counter-revolutionary classes: nobles, merchants, priests, officers, and so on. Only for their class origin.
      Having received such an inheritance after Trotsky, Stalin, naturally, could not immediately stop the flywheel of these repressions. But he was able to reduce them in 35 times compared to the Trotsky period and, importantly, he was able to launch part of its organizers into this meat grinder (which today's blood and ideological descendants of the Trotskyists cannot forgive him for).
      That is why today all the liberal media constantly talk about Stalin’s repressions and do not even stutter about Trotsky with his accomplices and their crimes.
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  11. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 30 September 2015 07: 42 New
    +5
    you need to show the poverty of liberal ideology, its totalitarianism, and turn to face a normal, truly universal human civilizational view of history

    So who is interfering? For us often the opposite happens. Not only power structures, but also corporations (the same Gazprom) actively support both specific "liberals" and their media. At the same time, not only mud bucks pouring on the country and individual leaders from these media, but also veiled calls (they are afraid of criminal liability) to overthrow the existing government. Probably the time has come to stop flirting with this evil spirits and put it in its place, having previously thinned.
    1. V.ic
      V.ic 30 September 2015 07: 55 New
      +6
      Quote: rotmistr60
      So who is interfering?

      Probably those who sponsor Dozhd, Ekho Moskvy and other liberal mold.
      1. rotmistr60
        rotmistr60 30 September 2015 09: 46 New
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        Yes, which I made clear.
  12. noWAR
    noWAR 30 September 2015 07: 52 New
    +13
    This .vna is enough and their work is paid
  13. akudr48
    akudr48 30 September 2015 08: 10 New
    +5
    The entire Russian progressive public, the inhabitants of ECA and other informational bumps in a liberal swamp enthusiastically welcomed the 2014 Kiev coup, calling it the national revolution of the Ukrainian people, and the Kiev power of billionaires - democratically elected.

    Imagine if a national coup took place in Russia, how would this handshake audience react to it, whatever cries against Russians could be heard all over the world, we would immediately remember about fascism, about concentration camps, at the same time about sausage for 2.20, etc. driving all Russians under the cover of totalitarianism and calling on the whole free world to fight with Russians in general and in the Donbass in particular, as well as for the return of Crimea.

    Which, however, they are doing now, as part of the 5th column, curse Russia, not forgetting to eat well at the Russian table and blame for the inherent lack of freedom of the Russians.

    The modern Russian liberal is certainly an accomplice to thieves and marauders and other oligarchs who gnaw Russia.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 30 September 2015 08: 27 New
      +9
      Quote: akudr48

      The modern Russian liberal is

      It......
    2. skullcap
      skullcap 30 September 2015 19: 02 New
      0
      Quote: akudr48
      The modern Russian liberal is certainly an accomplice to thieves and marauders and other oligarchs who gnaw Russia.

      Liberals, in my opinion, consist of two categories:
      - from the finished villains
      И
      - hopeless idiots.
      The former use the latter.
  14. Basil50
    Basil50 30 September 2015 08: 10 New
    +3
    Everything goes to the fact that the rejection of such * figures * and their owners will force the state to react at least somehow. The self-preservation instinct should work. Otherwise, the 90s will be repeated, only the experience of the past will already make the population react more harshly, up to the shooting of objectionable politicians and their sixes.
  15. Stalnov I.P.
    Stalnov I.P. 30 September 2015 08: 25 New
    +4
    I want to say in Putin's words (although I'm not his fan of domestic politics) about the speech of the deputy from the Federation Council THERE IS THERE THAT THERE IS NOTHING TO DO. This clown would be better to ask the government and the executive how sanctions, the ruble collapse, inflation, unemployment, price increases, 23 million Russian citizens live now after all the bad decisions below the poverty line. Let this clown answer what steps he, as a deputy, took to solve these problems - POLITICAL PROSTITUTE.
    1. Uncle Joe
      Uncle Joe 30 September 2015 15: 22 New
      0
      Quotation: I.P.
      I want to say Putin's words
  16. Baloo
    Baloo 30 September 2015 08: 36 New
    +8
    What can liberalists do with the country we know. We remember the 90s, they realized their chance, enriched themselves, became senators, and some of them were residents of London.
    How and who raised the country after the civil and Great Patriotic War, we also know and remember.
    Who raised the country after the 90s, we also know.
    Ryzhkov: I admire the volunteering and charity of the Americans. And how many people did these good Americans kill after the Second World War around the globe for their understanding of democracy?
    Or here's another one: http: //politrussia.com/opozitsiya/kto-na-samom-448/- an opinion of the liberalist position about us.
    For example:
    -Roman Dobrokhotov: Two-thirds (of Russians) are latent xenophobes, latent criminals.
    -Yulia Latynina: Putin’s voter is a lumpen and Putin’s voter is cattle.
    -Rustem Adagamov (accused of pedophilia): This shit population is ready to sell my native mother for the filthy 750 rubles.
    -Dmitry Bykov: Most of the Russian population is incapable of anything, it is pointless to re-educate it, it does not know how and does not want to work. The Russian population is inefficient. It is necessary to give him the opportunity to sleep soundly or die out of old age, stuffing with the corresponding spectacles.
    -Alfred Koch: The Russian man degraded and turned into an uninteresting scum of civilization - into a narcissistic, touchy, cowardly bastard.
    -Sergei Parkhomenko: Seeing a sober Central Russian man in his usual habitat, you start fumbling frantically in his pockets. Where is the ignition key from a tractor that will take you anywhere, having doused these cockroaches with a cloud of fuselage-bluish smoke, which is so organically woven into the stench of their cheap cigarettes and fumes? Or, at least, a gun, in case of critical cultural contradictions to feed these ugly mouths with lead seeds.
    -Gennady Gudkov: Because CITIZENS gathered for the IDEA on Bolotnaya, and in LUZHNIKA SLANDS and according to the order! And servile singers like you.
    -Artemy Troitsky: For the most part, I consider Russian men to be animals, creatures not even of the second, but of the third grade. When I see them - from cops to deputies, I think that they, in principle, should die out ... In fact, I do not mind this breed at all.
    -Evgenia Chirikova: Russian people are much like cattle. They will endure anything.
    -Ksenia Sobchak: Such people are called cattle - who envy, hate me ... And this feature, by the way, is peculiar to Russians, therefore I love Jews.
    -Mikhail Khodorkovsky: It’s a shame not to steal from such a state.
    I really look forward to the accusation that, quoting the opposition themselves about our country and about you and me, I incite hatred towards them. And I have no doubt that such charges will be. However, maybe, to find real enemies and hate-raisers, our opposition should look in the mirror?
    Here we are in their eyes, and here they are in their eyes. I am for the law on deprivation of citizenship and expulsion outside the Russian Federation without the right to return.
    But according to Nut with ex matzah. 95% of the population of Russia .... Read for yourself, you will not believe.
    1. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 30 September 2015 13: 11 New
      +1
      You forgot the main thing - Varfolomeeva:
      .it is necessary to conduct a speech in this case, not about adding candidates to the protest segment (which in itself would be correct and honest, of course), but on the elimination of Putin's social base. There is 40-50 million citizens who support him anyway.

      Question on backfill: how can eliminate the social base Putin if she supports it anyway? The answer seems to suggest itself ...
    2. Uncle Joe
      Uncle Joe 30 September 2015 15: 28 New
      +1
      Quote: Balu
      "The GPU or the Cheka is a punitive body of Soviet power. This body is more or less similar to the Committee for Public Security, created during the great French Revolution. He punishes mainly spies, conspirators, terrorists, bandits, speculators, counterfeiters. It represents a kind of military-political tribunal created by to protect the interests of the revolution from attempts on the part of the counter-revolutionary bourgeois and their agents.
      This body was created the day after the October Revolution, after all sorts of conspiratorial, terrorist and spy organizations were discovered, financed by Russian and foreign capitalists.
      This body developed and gained strength after a series of terrorist acts against the leaders of Soviet power, after the murder of Comrade Uritsky, a member of the Revolutionary Committee in Petrograd (he was killed by the Socialist Revolutionary), after the assassination of Comrade. Volodarsky, a member of the Revolutionary Committee in Petrograd (he was also killed by the Socialist Revolutionary), after the attempt on Lenin's life (he was wounded by a member of the Socialist Revolutionary Party).
      I must admit that the GPU then struck enemies of the revolution accurately and without a miss. However, this quality has been preserved for him to this day. Since GPU is a threat to the bourgeoisievigilant guardian of the revolutionnaked the sword of the proletariat.
      It is therefore not surprising that bourgeois of all countries have animal hatred for the GPU. There are no legends that would not be composed about the GPU. There is no such slander that would not be spread about the GPU. What does it mean? This means that the GPU is properly guarding interests of the revolution. Sworn enemies of the revolution They criticize the GPU - therefore, the GPU is acting correctly. "
      I. Stalin. Conversation with Foreign Workers November 5, 1927
  17. nivander
    nivander 30 September 2015 08: 46 New
    +6
    and the breeze is blowing from the State Department. Where a month ago, unfading Madame L. Alekseeva demanded to create a tribunal and condemn Stalinism and its apologists. Now the senator-fidget has worked out 30 American pieces of silver, soon someone else will show a rat muzzle from a mink
  18. ALEA IACTA EST
    ALEA IACTA EST 30 September 2015 08: 52 New
    +1
    Too much attention to some marginals.
  19. Foul skeptic
    Foul skeptic 30 September 2015 09: 25 New
    -5
    The article is a meaningless vinaigrette from empty statements and children's horror stories. The author pulled for the "sick" for most people strings with a predictable result under the capacious popular name "to breed a storm in a glass"
  20. olimpiada15
    olimpiada15 30 September 2015 09: 51 New
    +2
    One cannot but be indignant at the presence in the State Duma of persons serving the interests of foreign states betraying the country, robbing the citizens of that country, while demonstrating disregard for the people at the expense of whom they live.
    About totalitarianism.
    The main thing is that any state has an apparatus for forcing citizens of the country to observe certain norms and rules, and this is normal, otherwise there will be no state that is needed to ensure the vital interests of its citizens, their safety. Another thing is when this apparatus begins to act to the detriment of citizens for the sake of their personal interests or for the sake of persons representing (propagandizing) the interests of foreign states. By totalitarianism, it is necessary to understand the duty of service unreasonably imposed by the state to the detriment of the personal interests of citizens, interference with personal life.
    Based on this idea, if we take the Soviet period of the state’s existence, when the country needed to be protected from an external threat, then equip the state, there was no excessive pressure on citizens, the whole period was of a mobilization nature, the load on people was extremely high, but they equipped and defended state, i.e. totalitarianism was not.
    And now, when the interests of other states are propagandized and carried out, the country works for a handful of oligarchs and financiers engaged in speculation and exporting capital and natural wealth, while requiring and receiving financing for their activities is totalitarianism, a complete disregard for the rights of the population, when the country has constantly high inflation, incomes are depreciating, prices are rising, this is totalitarianism.
    The liberals have nothing to blame for the worthy past of the country.
  21. provincial
    provincial 30 September 2015 10: 43 New
    +3
    F.M. Dostoevsky, quote: “... Russian liberalism is not an attack on the existing order of things, but an attack on the very essence of our things, on things themselves, and not on just the order, not on the Russian orders, but on Russia itself. My liberal has come to the point that he denies Russia itself, that is, it hates and beats his mother. Every unfortunate and unsuccessful Russian fact excites laughter and almost delight in him. He hates folk customs, Russian history, everything. If there is an excuse for him, is it because he does not understand what he is doing and takes his hatred of Russia for the most fruitful liberalism? ”
  22. Alexey RA
    Alexey RA 30 September 2015 13: 08 New
    +1
    This is not liberal totalitarianism, but totalitarian liberalism.
    Instead of "I do not like your views, but I will die so that you can express them"for our liberals, the basic principle is"all who do not share liberal views should be punished".
  23. TanakaKenshin
    TanakaKenshin 30 September 2015 13: 09 New
    +5
    Vague doubts torment me ...
    But is not Russian liberalism a banal religion, and Russian liberals, respectively, religious fanatics-extremists?
    After all, the signs are there!
    - Absolute belief in unprovable dogmas
    - Ignoring logic if it contradicts dogma
    - The presence of a flock of followers
    - The enrollment of all kinds of inadequacies in the prophets (the same Novodvorskaya)
    - etc
  24. Alekspel
    Alekspel 30 September 2015 21: 04 New
    0
    In my opinion, you just need not pay attention to the attempts of Amer’s henchmen, but simply methodically remove them from the levers of power, cameras and microphones. And when the frank type of Latin broadcasts from the echo, then just smile, perceiving her statement as crazy nonsense. You need to understand that they work out Western grants and EVERYTHING! They have no liberal convictions, and liberalism itself is just a ploy to hide the robbery of the majority of the people by a handful of individuals who have seized power. Everything is very simple, if we discard all the verbal husks. And Stalin is trying to bite these mongrels because they understand that among them there is never and never will be a person who even remotely resembles the Great Leader who lifted the country from bast shoes into space. And they will never erase his powerful trace in history, no matter how all sorts of Venedictovs with nuts try. A corrupt senator is not news, think Duma Ponomarev, he has had a senator from Chukotsky since 2005! counties. Raised such a son.
  25. Rezident007
    Rezident007 30 September 2015 21: 23 New
    0
    Quote: sherp2015
    Quote: Resident007
    The fact is surprising: in my opinion, only Russians like to blacken their own story, to vulgarize, and misinterpret so that there is no need for enemies ..


    Are you sure that it is the Russians who distort the story?



    I agree, not only Russians
  26. free
    free 1 October 2015 08: 48 New
    0
    give him 9 grams let him calm down.