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Decommunization of decommunization: Kiev - in Trotskyev

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Decommunization of decommunization: Kiev - in Trotskyev



Oleksiy Rosovetsky, one of the Ukrainian writers, better known as an “angry Kiev resident,” once remarked: “Mania to rename the streets is a long-time illness of the Kiev authorities with any structure.”

I would add that not only streets, but also cities, villages, monuments ... In general, all my historical memory. True, this disease is very young by historical standards. I, as a normal person, are deeply disgusted by all these grimaces of “decommunization” and “lustration”. And I, not being a great admirer of Lenin, have an extremely negative attitude to the Ukrainian “Leninist fall” and I understand well the feelings of the Communists. Although, for the sake of justice, it must be said that it was they who laid the practice of demolishing monuments and renaming streets and cities in order to destroy the historical memory of the people. But we will not gloat over this matter, just look at the roots of what is happening.

Ukrainian “de-communisators” clearly lack historical figures of Ukrainian origin in order to replace the names with new ones and erect new monuments in such a huge state. We have to find completely unknown individuals and attribute them to the new Ukrainian nationality.

Following the Svidomo logic, which is extremely difficult, it is possible to predict the use of such a planetary personality as Leo Trotsky.

Especially since the historical precedent has long been established. In May, a “sugar worker, non-party worker” sent 1926 to the city council, the All-Ukrainian CEC and the Central Committee of the party the following document:

“I am proposing to rename the city of Kiev to the mountains. Trotsky. Horus Trotsky will no longer be reminded of the mythical Kie. Horus Trotsky's name will tell the working people about the great revolutionary work that Comrade did. Trotsky in Ukraine during the most brutal class struggle on behalf of the Central Committee of the RCP (B.) ”.



The initiative fits perfectly into the trend of those years, especially since Trotsky Street (later Artema Street) and Trotsky Garden (Kreshchaty Park) were already in Kiev.



Yes, and the first "lustration", however, very bloody, were started precisely after the occupation of Kiev by units of the "Red Army of Trotsky." Then the “lustration commission” was created, which fished out and brutally executed all the participants in the so-called “Beilis case”. Of course, this “lustration” was more like banal revenge, but then who could ask from the winners?

For renaming as part of the “de-communization” of the city of Kiev, Trotsky fits perfectly.

He was born in 1879 year in the village of Yanovka, Kherson region, repeatedly visited Kiev. He published the first issues of the newspaper Pravda in Lviv, was a correspondent in Europe for the Kievskaya Mysl magazine. Even the famous “Trotsky armored train” “Pre-Revolutionary Military Council”, on which he traveled, accompanied by guards in uniform of chic crimson leather, was also built in Nikolayevshchina and sheathed with armor guns from the Corfu squadron.



But, most importantly, right now in Ukraine such a regime has been established that most corresponds to Trotsky's ideology.

Why, you ask, after all, Trotsky is a Communist. And no. Leon Trotsky was a member of the All-Russian Communist Party for a very short time, until 1927, and was excluded from it in disgrace.

There is a famous expression attributed to Leon Trotsky:

“... We must turn Russia into a desert inhabited by white negroes, to whom we will give such a tyranny that we never dreamed of the most terrible despots of the East. The only difference is that this tyranny will not be on the right, but on the left, and not white, but red, for we will shed such blood flows before which all human losses of capitalist wars will tremble and turn pale. ”

(From the speech of L. Trotsky to the fighters of the Bogulma division on the Eastern Front. The newspaper “Working Thought” from July 20 of 1919).

Do not these goals are planned by the current Kiev rulers, are they not such slogans and methods they use?

The question of who and what forces have now won in Ukraine and are in power is very interesting. There is no doubt one thing: the ball is ruled by supporters of neoliberalism, who very bloodily implement their concept of world order in the world.

Alexander Plashchinsky writes: “The conceptual basis of the“ liberal ”scenario of the world order consists of the ideas of a“ new world ”,“ world (permanent) revolution ”,“ world state (federation) ”,“ world government ”, and“ global governance ”. The implementation of this scenario in the 20 century was carried out within the framework of the organization and support of various socio-political and social movements: the international struggle for peace movement (“Peace Congresses” - from 1843 until the beginning of World War II); world revolution movement; movement for world government; peace movement through education, etc.

The process of establishing a new world order is permanent war. This process, as emphasized, reflects the “big picture” of history and includes the First World War, the Second World War, the Cold War, the “War on Terrorism,” as well as modern cyber warfare. This approach largely explains the evolution of the United States from an isolated state at the end of the 18 century in the western hemisphere to the only superpower at the end of the 20 century.

In the 20 century, three attempts were made to establish a new world order. First try followed on the background of the First World War. The means to achieve world hegemony was world revolution movement. In Russia, this movement was coordinated by the Trotsky bloc in the Bolshevik Party. US financiers provided extensive support for Trotsky and his supporters, who implemented the concept of "permanent revolution" and implemented a policy of "red terror", in fact, genocide of the n people.

Such a policy is focused mainly on undermining the potential of Russia as a world center of power. Under the slogan of organizing a world revolution, it was planned to subjugate Russia "External management". The movement of the Trotskyists was stopped by Stalin, who managed to eliminate the so-called. "Trotsky-Zinoviev bloc." For this, the Soviet leader used symmetrical Trotskyist methods of political repression.
(http://ruskline.ru/special_opinion/2015/11/zavershenie_epohi_mira_poamerikanski_i_nachalo_ery_obedinennoj_evrazii/).

To verify the correctness of these words, it suffices to read the records of the interrogation of Trotsky's creature, the dictator of post-revolutionary Ukraine H. Rakovsky, the so-called “Red Symphony” (http://samlib.ru/r/rjurikow_i_s/httpzarubezhomcomredsymphonyhtm.shtml).

There it is very frankly told who, how and for what purpose was doing the “revolution” in Russia.

Thus, now in Ukraine it is precisely the forces that Leo Trotsky represented at the beginning of the 20 of the 20th century, and that very ideology of “Trotskyism” that Stalin did so unsuccessfully in Russia for so long and unsuccessfully to eradicate. And, following Svidomo logic, renaming Kiev to Trotsky is not such a crazy idea.

Ukraine is a country of paradoxes ...
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  1. seregatara1969
    seregatara1969 11 February 2016 15: 55
    +2
    better in BANDERY
    1. RBLip
      RBLip 11 February 2016 15: 57
      +2
      Quote: seregatara1969
      better in BANDERY

      Nope. Similarly.
      I make a proposal to rename the city of Kiev in the mountains. Trotsky Mountains Trotsky will no longer recall the mythical Kie. Mountains Trotsky will use his name to tell the working people about the great revolutionary work that Comrade. Trotsky in Ukraine during the most severe class struggle on behalf of the Central Committee of the RCP (B.). ”
      in PARASHKIEV.
      1. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 11 February 2016 16: 01
        +3
        Quote: RBLip
        in PARASHKIEV

        Why bind the name to any particular person? Moreover, it’s difficult to rank Petya Valtsman as an outstanding personality of our time - for example, dandruff on the shoulders of history.
        I suggest, given the significant merits of the capital of Ukraine in the cause of maidanization and the liberation of the population from common sense, to temporarily rename the city of Kiev into Dermiev And call it henceforth, until its complete liberation from the Nazi-Ukrainians. It seems that not for long.
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        2. RUSS
          RUSS 11 February 2016 16: 12
          +1
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Moreover, Petya Valtsman

          Now he is not Peter and not even Petro, but Pedro laughing what do not forget.
          1. Avantageur
            Avantageur 11 February 2016 16: 33
            +3
            Quote: RUSS
            Now he is not Peter and not even Petro, but Pedro laughing what do not forget.

            Pedroburg an Dnipro lol


            1. Altona
              Altona 11 February 2016 17: 27
              +2
              Quote: Avantageur
              Pedroburg an Dnipro

              --------------------
              Pedrischensk? laughing Actually, Kiev is a hero city. You can fast, of course.
              1. Mahmut
                Mahmut 11 February 2016 18: 00
                0
                Viyev. According to Gogol.
        3. cap
          cap 11 February 2016 16: 33
          0
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Quote: RBLip
          in PARASHKIEV

          Why bind the name to any particular person? Moreover, it’s difficult to rank Petya Valtsman as an outstanding personality of our time - for example, dandruff on the shoulders of history.
          I suggest, given the significant merits of the capital of Ukraine in the cause of maidanization and the liberation of the population from common sense, to temporarily rename the city of Kiev into Dermiev And call it henceforth, until its complete liberation from the Nazi-Ukrainians. It seems that not for long.


          My version of DERMIVSK.
      2. hartlend
        hartlend 11 February 2016 20: 19
        0
        Kiev is Kiev, no need to rename it. Enemies want to erase from the memory of generations that it is the mother of Russian cities.
  2. Denis Obukhov
    Denis Obukhov 11 February 2016 15: 56
    +7
    The war on monuments is not a Bolshevik invention:

    For several months Ukraine was ruled by the puppet Central Rada set by the Germans. She tried to destroy reminders of the Russian past. Minister of Internal Affairs Tkachenko sent his thoughts on the Kiev monuments to the Rada. He proposed to remove and re-melt the monuments to Alexander II, Kochubey and Iskra, the surviving figures from the monument to Stolypin. He recommended moving the statue of Nicholas I to the university courtyard, knock down pro-Russian inscriptions from the Khmelnitsky monument, and remove double-headed eagles from other monuments. On April 23, 1918, the Rada considered these proposals and somewhat tempered the ardor of the minister: it was decided to remove the monument to Kochubey and Iskra, and transfer the statue of Nicholas I to the Pechersky Fortress. However, after six days, the Rada, which failed to fulfill its decisions, was dispersed by the Germans.

    In Poland, the monuments began to be demolished in 1917: in April, a monument to the fallen Polish generals was demolished, and in October the statue of Paskevich was removed. In the same year, the monument to Alexander II in Czestochowa was destroyed. Poles reached the rest of the monuments only in the early 1920s, which was connected with the difficulty of dismantling them. In the end, there are practically no Russian monuments in Poland. Of the 14 Russian monuments of Warsaw, only two of the most neutral survived. Alteration of Russian monuments and the use of their pedestals for the construction of their new monuments (Wlodawa, Wojsławice, Zheltka, Krzeshov, Oppochno) was characteristic of Poland, which was poor in copper and granite.
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    2. RUSS
      RUSS 11 February 2016 16: 18
      +5
      Quote: Denis Obukhov
      The war on monuments is not a Bolshevik invention:

      It all started with the ready when taking Rome laughing
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  3. jjj
    jjj 11 February 2016 15: 56
    +2
    Better right away - Bronstein
  4. Denis Obukhov
    Denis Obukhov 11 February 2016 15: 57
    +3
    The name Ukraine comes from the word STEAL! If you rename the shit to candy, all of it will remain one shit.
  5. Samen
    Samen 11 February 2016 15: 59
    +3
    Trotsky? Why not....
    And the current rulers are consistent. Finish your way, also: with an ice ax in your head.
    I AM FOR!
  6. Michael67
    Michael67 11 February 2016 16: 00
    +3
    The country is UKRMordor, the capital is OrkKiev.
    The territory of insanity.
  7. Const
    Const 11 February 2016 16: 05
    +1
    Better rename it to Koekogoev! People will think up the rest.
  8. Baloo
    Baloo 11 February 2016 16: 13
    +5
    Bravo to the author, the analogy is quite appropriate. Was Trotsky the only agent of the influence of the Nuggets Saxons? Why not talk about the rest and draw parallels in our time in Russia and Ukraine.
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  10. individual
    individual 11 February 2016 16: 19
    0
    I read the aphorism:
    "If you are not a revolutionary in your youth, you are a scoundrel.
    If you are a revolutionary in old age, you are ***** ".
    Precisely noticed, but at what age is Ukraine?
    Apparently from the sliders has not yet crawled out.
  11. Thunderbolt
    Thunderbolt 11 February 2016 16: 22
    +5
    Trotsky was a very ACTIVE person. He did a lot for our country. He did it in a negative sense (with a minus sign) .. In Russia, there are still his faithful followers.
    1. your1970
      your1970 11 February 2016 17: 46
      +2
      Chubais ?????????????????????????? belay belay
      That's who I did not expect to see there in the municipality ...
  12. nrex
    nrex 11 February 2016 16: 30
    -2
    These people are to blame for the collapse of the Russian Empire and are guilty of millions of our ancestors killed and tortured. Where would Russia be if not for these traitors?
    1. your1970
      your1970 11 February 2016 17: 52
      0
      but there would be no Russia ..

      Even in World War I, Germany would have crushed to the same mother, and in WWII they would have fought against England and the USA on the side of the Rome-Berlin-Tokyo axis as a quite decent German colony ...
      Ostland would be called for example ...
      How many Russians would survive after all? 10-20 million, no more, the Germans would have driven the rest into the country ...

      So who is the traitor, these three or the Tsar-father (who personally got into the PMV) - all this is a veryooooooooo contentious issue.
  13. yuriy55
    yuriy55 11 February 2016 16: 44
    0
    Yes ... Rename Kherson in the city of Hervamaneson, Poroshenko - in Petushenko and put in a local prison ... Leave the rest unchanged ... laughing
  14. Koshak
    Koshak 11 February 2016 16: 53
    0
    Regarding Trotsky correctly, he is still an activist. But the division is still probably Bugulma - the Eastern Front passed near Bugulma.
  15. triglav
    triglav 11 February 2016 16: 54
    +1
    Parashenka will now read this article and rename everything. Moreover, Trotsky was by and large never a Bolshevik. It is a pity Stalin did not fail him before. But I had to ...
  16. Alex ..
    Alex .. 11 February 2016 18: 05
    +2
    That's where I get it ...
  17. nrex
    nrex 11 February 2016 18: 17
    -1
    Quote: nrex
    These people are to blame for the collapse of the Russian Empire and are guilty of millions of our ancestors killed and tortured. Where would Russia be if not for these traitors?


    Your minuses speak of the nearness of mind or of your moldiness. Read the story before putting negative badges. As a patriot of my homeland, a descendant of repressed ancestors who fought in the First and Second World Wars, I communicate responsibly with my grandfathers about the subversive activities of the Bolshevik regime, which led to the death of the Great Russian Empire and tens of millions of its inhabitants. Do not forget the past, that there would be no repetitions in the future !!!
    1. Comrade Bender
      Comrade Bender 11 February 2016 19: 24
      +1
      Learn the story, my dear. When the Russian Empire collapsed, nobody really knew anything about the Bolsheviks.
      1. your1970
        your1970 11 February 2016 22: 40
        0
        Everything is even more fun - until July, the 1917 of the party as such was not really created ...
        so what about the priest-tsar-all claims to the liberals who have mediocrely let down everything to which they attached themselves. It is on their conscience all the troubles of 1917, including the death of the Russian Empire
  18. chelovektapok
    chelovektapok 11 February 2016 18: 40
    +1
    This is not a matter of "decommunization". Here the skippers want to exterminate everything that is connected with Russia. We'll have to cut down almost EVERYTHING! For there was no in History (until the end of the 19th century) the very concept of Ukraine and Ukrainians .... Well, it was NOT! And ukrop "history textbooks" can be smoked without adding hemp, the brains will eat by themselves. An example is the maydanutye Banderlog, who have forgotten their Fatherland and shit into the hand of the Mother, who nursed them. For example: What was built, where did it develop progressively after the collapse of the USSR? Only degradation, collapse, savagery, and what is especially "pleasant" for them - impoverishment. They can continue to dream of washing toilets for washers in the EU ...
  19. Egoza
    Egoza 11 February 2016 20: 18
    +1
    Well, in Dnepropetrovsk, Lenin Street was proposed to be renamed Lennon ... but what? The power will change, we will change it back, just a couple of letters will need to be removed.
  20. Bijo
    Bijo 12 February 2016 00: 03
    0
    Why do they need the heroes of the "old coup" they already have a "new coup". And the buv "Great Maidan" and Klitschko with Yatsenyuk on an armored car and the civil war and Yulichka-Anka in a wheelchair - a cart, Korban-Makhno in Dneprozhidovsk, the path to communism is tse at Europ, and one thing is singing "Still not dead ..." - a la "The harsh years are leaving ..." smile