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Bravery and stupidity

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145 years ago, 28 May 1871, the last centers of resistance of the Parisian communards in the Menilmontan suburb were suppressed. The 70-day epic of a socialist mini-state is over, giving all subsequent revolutionaries remarkable examples of enthusiasm, baseless optimism, incompetence, and frank razdolbaystva. The communards did not take advantage of any of the opportunities they had and brilliantly missed all the chances of defeating the initially weaker opponent. As a result, as we all know, the commune sank in blood.

The military confrontation began with the fact that the typographical worker Bergere appointed by the commandant of Paris and Lieutenant Lyule, formerly dismissed from the Navy for alcoholism, commander-in-chief of the National Guard under Paris, simply forgot to give the order to occupy the abandoned Fort of Mont-Valerien, who was later occupied by Versailles and became excellent reinforced bridgehead.

And then everything went in the same spirit. An attempt to attack Versailles, taken on April 3-4, failed miserably because the revolutionary troops went on a march without artillery, without reconnaissance, without any plan, and many soldiers — even without cartridges. They were too lazy to carry an extra load, and for some reason they were sure that no one would resist them. And when shrapnel and rifle salvos hit them, the Communards were first dumbfounded by surprise. and then rushed scatter. Nobody thought about the offensive. One of the columns was cheerfully marching past the "empty" Fort Mont-Valerien, also came under deadly fire and scattered.

It would seem that it is necessary to draw the appropriate conclusions from the incident, to organize the organization and strengthen the discipline, but no, neither this nor the other has been done. After a month and a half, the Versaillesians freely entered Paris through the gates of Saint-Cloud, which for some reason were not guarded. And just as smoothly they occupied several areas before they came across barricades from which they started shooting at them.

Formally, there were over 200 in the city thousands of thousands of revolutionary soldiers, militiamen and national guardsmen who were listed as units and subunits. This was more than enough for defense, especially since Versaillese numbered about 130 thousands. However, in fact, from the 30 to the 50, thousands of Communards took part in the battles outside the city, while the rest fled and hid as soon as the streets "smelled fried." These 30-50 thousands of fighters, we must pay tribute to them, fought selflessly, but their struggle was already absolutely meaningless and hopeless.

In the fierce barricade battles of the “bloody May week,” 877 Versaillese were killed, 6454 was injured or contused, 183 went missing. The number of killed and executed Communards, according to accounts of morgues and cemeteries, was 6667 people, including unidentified bodies found during the analysis of debris, as well as the reburial of temporary graves. This number includes the civilians of the city who died in fires, shelling and stray bullets.

Some biased authors, for example, the former Communard Prosper-Olivier Lissangray, who fled to England, for propaganda reasons, called the much higher numbers - ten, twenty, and even thirty thousand killed, stressing that the overwhelming majority of the victims were caused not by hostilities, but by mass punishments. "white guards" over the prisoners and unarmed communards. Of course, these figures were widely replicated by the left and revolutionary press, many believe them, however, they have no documentary evidence.

On the screen saver - two posters dedicated to the Commune. The left one was printed in Paris in the spring of 1871, and the right one, in - in Soviet Russia shortly after the October revolution. There is a curious moment on the left poster: if you look closely, then Masonic emblems are visible on the tape encircling one of the communards.



Any conscious revolutionary first thing breaks the monuments of the previous rulers. The communards were no exception: in the picture - the broken figure of Bonaparte, who served as the pillars of the Vendome column demolished by them - a monument to the victories of the Napoleonic army.



Participants of the destruction of the Vendome column. In my opinion, for those who are out of shape, the view is quite bourgeois and they do not resemble the disadvantaged proletarians.



Members of the headquarters of the National Guard of the Vendome District.



The barricades of the Communards were not like those piles of garbage, boards and broken furniture, which are usually shown in movies. These were quite normal urban fortifications made of stone blocks and sacks of earth, capable of holding not only bullets, but also field artillery shells of relatively small caliber. The picture shows a barricade outside the building of the maritime ministry.





Two more "standard" barricades that blocked the street rue de la Pe. Storming such positions was not easy.



Kommunar artillery battery in Montmartre, holding at gunpoint a significant part of the city. True, in battles with the Versailles, she did not make a single shot. Either the shells were not brought up, or the artillerymen got lost somewhere.



The Versaillese are attacking a large barricade on the rue de Rivoli, a dilapidated artillery.



A picture of the same place from the same angle, taken after the end of the battles and the partial clearing of the street.



One of the last defensive positions of the Communards at the entrance to the Pere Lachaise cemetery. It is evident that they did not experience a lack of guns.



Fight among the graves. At Pere Lachaise, the Versaillesians were captured and immediately shot 147 communards.



The surviving Communards flee from Paris.





After the fall of the commune, Paris for a long time "decorated" traces of fighting.
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  1. shibi
    shibi 5 June 2016 05: 52
    -9
    There are followers in Russia led by Rutsky.
    Only blood spilled much less.
    1. russkiy redut
      russkiy redut 5 June 2016 22: 28
      0
      And again the invisible hand of the British intelligence!
    2. elenagromova
      elenagromova 6 June 2016 08: 22
      +8
      And nothing that in 1993-th year, when Yeltsin broke the law and did what the Constitution directly forbade, it was for Rutsky that there was truth and legality?
  2. Razvedka_Boem
    Razvedka_Boem 5 June 2016 06: 05
    +12
    Always during such actions - revolutions, rebellions, etc., lumpen pop up. With the accompanying mess and confusion, only decisive and tough actions can prevent anarchy and looting.
    1. Tatyana
      Tatyana 5 June 2016 08: 08
      +13
      “Freedom, equality, and fraternity!”, Which the Freemasons proclaim in any revolution, is a deliberate utopia for manipulating public consciousness with the goal of sowing chaos in a country, deposing an existing state and transferring the country to external control to another state. England in this "art" has succeeded in past centuries more than all other countries. For it has long been noticed that corruption at the “top” costs the foreign treasury of an invading state many times cheaper than conducting military operations on the fronts with a victim country in an invading war.
      Moreover, revolutions never take place:
      • without corruption betrayal at the highest levels;
      • without so-called “Useful go * o * tov” of the middle class and intelligentsia, who brainlessly believe in the idealistic abstract Masonic slogan “Freedom, equality, and fraternity!”, Under the flag of which all pogroms begin in the country, first in the army, navy, police, state institutions and then the population itself;
      • and, of course, not without impunity for personal enrichment as a result of pogroms in the “lower classes”. Therefore, the lumpen anarchists, pogromists, robbers, thieves, criminals and sadists are on the rise and in the forefront during the revolution.
    2. Aleksandr72
      Aleksandr72 5 June 2016 08: 36
      +23
      The defeat of the Paris Commune is not surprising. T.N. the army of the Communards was a complete rabble, a significant part of which consisted of national guards - uncontrollable and undisciplined. This armed crowd (you can't say otherwise) was ruled by no less gallant generals (with the exception of a small number of convinced revolutionaries like Dombrowski - who, as a rule, in terms of professionalism, were never military) - completely moral decay. At the beginning of the article there is a poster from 1871 with half-naked beauties - and so the wife of the General of the Communards Eide once gave a ball (in besieged Paris! - oh, those French) and went out to the guests dressed only in pink stockings, high boots, etc. .. a large ribbon of the Legion of Honor. I believe that the husband of such a person could not be an example of moral fortitude. Namely, it was not enough for most of the Communards, when they had to fight with weapons in their hands on the barricades. By the way, the Prussians provided significant assistance in strangling the Paris Commune to the official Versailles - no, they themselves did not take part in street battles in Paris - here's another! The Germans released 60 French soldiers from captivity ahead of schedule, who immediately joined the Versailles army, which was also commanded by the "parole" released Marshal MacMahon (who was still a military genius). Suffering a military defeat, the Communards killed almost all the hostages, burned many of the most important buildings in Paris, even tried to blow up the famous Notre-Dame Cathedral praised by Hugo (which prevented them from being understood by the Communards) and the Pantheon. Not surprisingly, the angry Versailles responded to this with mass shootings of the Communards. The surviving communards were "saved" by a hardened politician - a deputy of the National Assembly and leader of the Revolution, which resulted in the creation of the Third Republic Leon Gambetta, who at first, not wanting to be responsible for the continuing defeats of the French (already republican) army in the war with the Prussians, fled into exile to Spain (and before that he fled from besieged Paris to Tours. Having learned about the defeat of the Paris Commune, Gambetta returned to France and began to actively advocate amnesty for the Communards. This clever political move allowed this former lawyer to continue his seemingly forever ditched political career - from 000 and until his death, Gambetta was the Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of France.
      1. Monarchist
        Monarchist 5 June 2016 11: 38
        +9
        Alexander, you can write a gorgeous article: knowledge of materials and interest in history are evident
  3. cap
    cap 5 June 2016 06: 11
    +2
    Some biased authors, such as Prosper-Olivier Lissangray, for propaganda reasons called much, the former communard who fled to England, higher numbers - ten, twenty and even thirty thousand killed, while emphasizing that the overwhelming majority of the victims were caused not by military operations, but by the mass executions of the "White Guards" over prisoners and unarmed communards. Of course, these figures were widely circulated by the left and revolutionary press, many believe them, however, they have no documentary evidence.

    Again, he fled to England. Just a bunch of opportunists of all stripes from the time of the French Revolution to the present day, including "ours" who did not hesitate to sing about the dying Russia once again.


    "What caused the sudden flourishing of England:" More and more often the British acted more and more successfully on the European political stage, already nourishing plans for revenge and “on a global scale.” The time for the formation of colonial empires was approaching. In the first half of the 20th century, the British seized Gibraltar from the Spaniards, the French - India and Canada (or maybe not the French and the Spaniards?) And already in the XNUMXs of the XNUMXth century, continental Europe discovered that these strange Englishmen on their foggy flu-like island created an original economic and social system, and it was in it is the reason for the unprecedented British success. "
    http://vvsh.ucoz.ru/index/s3_ch_3_isaak_njuton_masonskij_sled/0-37
    It is interesting to read the topic.
  4. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 5 June 2016 07: 38
    +7
    Any conscious revolutionary first thing breaks the monuments of the previous rulers. The communards were no exception: in the picture - the broken figure of Bonaparte, who served as the pillars of the Vendome column demolished by them - a monument to the victories of the Napoleonic army.

    From the quote it follows that the Kiev authorities are conscious revolutionaries? Tearing down the memory of one’s own history is not a revolution, but a path to the degradation of a nation.
    1. Dart2027
      Dart2027 5 March 2017 07: 10
      0
      Quote: avg-mgn
      From the quote follows

      Not only revolutionaries are breaking monuments. But all revolutionaries do it.
  5. parusnik
    parusnik 5 June 2016 08: 29
    +3
    The communards did not take advantage of any of the opportunities they had and brilliantly missed all chances to win over an initially weaker opponent... Hmm ... unfortunately like that ..
  6. AK64
    AK64 5 June 2016 08: 48
    +5
    As known, "There can be no coup in the USA because there is no US Embassy."
    All the so-called "Social Democrats" in Europe were in fact trite British agents.
    That is why the Social Democrats were not in England itself (the Labor Party is still not at all the same), nor in the USA.
    1. Kenneth
      Kenneth 5 June 2016 11: 29
      0
      And why is the Laborites not that. Just the thing ...
  7. Reptiloid
    Reptiloid 5 June 2016 09: 13
    +5
    I listened to the lecture, it said that all the revolutions of the XNUMXth century were Masonic. But I think that this also applies to the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries.
    I sympathize with the injured and lost communards.
    Well-chosen photos. Although these illustrations are even more frustrating.
    1. AK64
      AK64 5 June 2016 10: 31
      +2
      I listened to the lecture, it said that all the revolutions of the XNUMXth century were Masonic. But I think that this also applies to the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries.


      And the masses are controlled from where? Right: from London. Well sometimes from Paris ...
  8. Nikita Gromov
    Nikita Gromov 5 June 2016 10: 22
    -1
    This "Parisian commune", from the same chain of all the so-called revolutions, which systematically and consistently, over the centuries, organized and financed the then underground world Ziono-kagal. It is a fact.
    1. AK64
      AK64 5 June 2016 10: 35
      +2
      This "Parisian commune", from the same chain of all the so-called revolutions, which systematically and consistently, over the centuries, organized and financed the then underground world Ziono-kagal. It is a fact.


      Oh, stop it: just some "black magicians" these Jews. There is no magic, and there is no "kagala" either - there is work of state special services. Only states have the money and the strength to organize such events as a revolution in a stranger country.

      In this case, the special services were ... British (of course).

      And the "kagals" and other "rothschilds" and "kolomoytsy" with the "khodorkovsky" ... Do you believe in the independence of the "khodorkovsky"? it designated fuchs (which "oh, how fuchs sat with Kerensky ...!").
      1. russkiy redut
        russkiy redut 5 June 2016 22: 45
        0
        Not all states have money, but large Jewish bankers of that time, whom the Rothschilds were before the top of their heads, and therefore the special services acted in their interests. Even Nicholas I decided not to mess with him after the Rothschild demanded that he return the money for Herzen's seized property, which he had mortgaged to him.
        1. AK64
          AK64 6 June 2016 00: 31
          +1
          Not all states have money,

          Therefore, not all states are engaged in such matters as the revolution suits. But not only everything. Yes.


          but the large Jewish bankers of that time, with whom the Rothschilds were before the top of their heads,

          It's pretty funny: Great Britain, mean, has no money - but some Rothschilds have it.
          And where did the Rothschilds come from?

          The Rothschilds are just the Windsor fuchs, the fuchs are those who are the "chairman" who are to sit.
          Do not engage in all kinds of slippery Windsor?

          therefore, special services acted in their interests.
          I imagine the British intelligence service acting in the interests of the Rothschilds --- quietly slipped under a chair with laughter.

          Alright, that's enough: let the Rothschilds go, yeah.
          But just explain to me: here is Israel, here the Jews are sitting there in a trench, and they cannot show their nose. Already ... yes, they’ve been sitting for 70 years.
          Well, where is the "power"? Where's the money"?

          Well, let's tell: I'm just all impatient.
    2. Kenneth
      Kenneth 5 June 2016 11: 28
      +1
      Nikita, you seriously or so subtly scoff at the public.
      1. Tatyana
        Tatyana 5 June 2016 13: 51
        +5
        Kenneth
        Nikita Gromov
        This "Parisian commune", from the same chain of all the so-called revolutions, which systematically and consistently, over the centuries, organized and financed the then underground world Ziono-kagal. It is a fact.

        Nikita, you seriously or so subtly scoff at the public.

        Nikita is not scoffing. That is what he had in mind.
        The state needs money for war and revolution. Loans for war and revolution, the state borrowed, as a rule, from private banks. The first private bank in the world was opened in England under Elizabeth 1 and belonged to the Jews of the Rothschilds.
        The US Federal Reserve also does not belong to the US, it is a system of private banks. They all belong to Jews. Almost all financial capital in the world today is concentrated in the hands of Jews with the dream of "world domination", laid down in Judaism, Talmud and Torah. The USA is simply the embodied "hands" and "legs" (executive and legislative power) of the US Federal Reserve bankers. It is the world financial capitalists-usurers-speculators who order world wars, ruling through state structures. Hence the historical label “Jewish kagal” which has been fixed for them.

        For instance. The idea of ​​chipization of people with the aim of absolute domination of the world and all people also belongs to the Jewish bankers. They give money to all countries for this.

        See "Chipization of the population - there is already a queue for chips - a queue to hell". Published: 10 jan. 2015
        1. AK64
          AK64 5 June 2016 15: 06
          0
          Nikita is not scoffing. That is what he had in mind.
          The state needs money for war and revolution. Loans for war and revolution, the state borrowed, as a rule, from private banks. The first private bank in the world was opened in England under Elizabeth 1 and belonged to the Jews of the Rothschilds.
          The US Federal Reserve also does not belong to the US, it is a system of private banks. They all belong to Jews. Almost all financial capital in the world today is concentrated in the hands of Jews with the dream of "world domination", laid down in Judaism, Talmud and Torah. The USA is simply the embodied "hands" and "legs" (executive and legislative power) of the US Federal Reserve bankers. It is the world financial capitalists-usurers-speculators who order world wars, ruling through state structures. Hence the historical label “Jewish kagal” which has been fixed for them.


          Tatyana, you are absolutely correct in writing that "revolutions require money"

          But then mysticism begins: WHERE DOES the "kagal" get the money from?

          Revolutions, like ka war, suit STATES.

          and "kagaly" ... "kagaly" is nothing more than a cover, a smoke screen ...
          Counterintelligence services do not believe in "kagaly" - but in state the financing of subversive elements by counterintelligence "partners" do not just believe - they are sure of this.
          1. Tatyana
            Tatyana 5 June 2016 19: 06
            +1
            AK64
            Revolutions, like wars, suit STATES.

            and "kagaly" ... "kagaly" is nothing more than a cover, a smoke screen ...
            Counterintelligence services do not believe in "kagaly" - but counterintelligence "partners" do not just believe in state financing of subversive elements - they are sure of this.

            Ha! You are asking a very good question! In a nutshell, you can't answer right away! Actually, the modern "kagals" are now understood as organized Zion-Nazis. For the rest, I advise you to read very high-quality, scientifically sound literature on the topic of your question:
            1.Valentin Katasonov. About the percentage: loan, court, reckless. "Money civilization" and the current crisis. - M.: Oxygen Publishing House, 2014 .-- 704 p. - http://www.rulit.me/books/o-procente-ssudnom-podsudnom-bezrassudnom-denezhnaya-c
            ivilizaciya-i-sovremennyj-krizis-read-411374-2.html
            2. Simon Johnson and James Quark. 13 BANKS THAT RULE THE WORLD. Captivated by Wall Street and awaiting the next financial collapse. / per. from English / Foreword by V. Gerashchenko. - M .: career Press, 2014 - 384 p. IN THE LAST QUALITY. The book is more for professionals.
            3. Starikov Nikolay. Geopolitics. How is this done .- SPb .: Peter, 2016. -368 with
            4. Starikov Nikolay. 1917. The answer to the “Russian” revolution. - St. Petersburg: Peter, 2015. -416 p.
            5. Starikov Nikolay. Who made Hitler attack Stalin. Hitler's fatal mistake .-- St. Petersburg: Peter, 2015. -368 sec
            1. AK64
              AK64 5 June 2016 20: 31
              0
              Ha! You are asking a very good question! In a nutshell so do not immediately answer!

              Tanya, did I ask a question?

              In fact, the modern "kagals" are now understood as organized Zion-Nazis. For the rest, I advise you to read very high-quality, scientifically sound literature on the topic of your question:

              Tanya, don’t. DO NOT.
              Look at Israel: your hellish Jews are sitting in the trench and stick out their nose to be afraid. And around the bullets they dart back and forth ... Well, where is the "money"? Where is the "power"? Oh ... no.

              The Rothschild is just a Windsor bug, used to do all kinds of indecent things. Well, I did it well, the tricks were Rothschilds --- therefore they didn’t hit concrete, so they would end up in water. Managed to survive.
              You see: just a personal Fuchs Windsor.

              And how much is the state of the Windsor? Well, the question itself has been meaningless for a long time, because such figures DO NOT MEAN ANYTHING. But, for example, people, among other things, the second century control the world drug trade (The Opium War in China as an example of a commercial operation.)

              That is, against this background the Rothschild ... The Rothschilds have as much money as they allowed. (Write Khodorkovsky-Berezovsky there - fuchsia this.)

              Your terrible kagal, your hellish hopes - this is such a mask. And under the mask, it’s much like a more terrible ancient reptilian beast.

              (About reptilians - such a joke of humor is such. But also by people these can only be called conditionally: there has long been nothing human left.)

              And you say "Starks" ... No, thanks.
              1. Tatyana
                Tatyana 6 June 2016 03: 20
                0
                AK64
                Tatyana, you are absolutely correct in writing that "revolutions require money"
                But then you begin the mysticism: Well, WHERE does the "kagal" have money?
                Revolutions, like wars, suit STATES.
                and "kagaly" ... "kagaly" is nothing more than a cover, a smoke screen ...
                Counterintelligence services do not believe in "kagaly" - but counterintelligence "partners" do not just believe in state financing of subversive elements, they are sure of this.

                Andrew! Do you personally know scouts and counterintelligence agents from different countries, or at least in Spain, in which you live, that you speak with such confidence? I think not, otherwise it would not have been written. You are completely unaware of Zionism. Your example with Israel is no good! Israel appeared after WWII, and before WWII, where did the Jews live? All over the world! And how did they survive among the nations alien to them in foreign national states? And so that not a single intelligence and counterintelligence is interested in this ?! You have a complete knowledge gap here.
                I can recommend the books of Andrei Burovsky, a Jew by nationality, cat. knows the problem from the inside out, doc. East. sciences, prof .:
                1. Burovsky A.M. Truth and fiction about Soviet Jews / Andrei Burovsky. - M .: Yauza-press, 2009 .-- 320 p. - - (The whole truth about the Jews.) Download - http://coollib.com/b/115275
                2. Burovsky A.M. Are the Jews the foremost people on Earth? / Andrei Burovsky. - M.: Yauza-press, 2010 .-- 415 p. - - (The whole truth about the Jews.) - Download - http://midware.ru/books/3826-burovskiy-a-evrei-peredovoy-narod-zemli.html
                3. Burovsky A.M. The truth about "Jewish racism" / Andrey Burovsky. - M.: Yauza-press, 2010 .-- 320 p. - - (The whole truth about the Jews.) - Skaat - http://knigosite.org/library/books/90765
                4. Burovsky A.M. Jewish pogroms. Tribulation by double standards. / Andrei Burovsky. - M.: Yauza-press, 2011 .-- 320 p. - (The whole truth about the Jews.) - Download - http://royallib.com/book/burovskiy_andrey/evreyskie_pogromi_skorb_po_dvoynim_sta
                ndartam.html
                5. You ask: "WHERE DOES the" kagal "have money?" Delov something! Type in the section "Zionism" in Yandex - and if you wish, you will find many answers.
                1. AK64
                  AK64 6 June 2016 10: 32
                  0
                  Andrew! Do you personally know scouts and counterintelligence agents from different countries, or at least in Spain, in which you live, that you speak with such confidence?

                  (1) I lived, I haven’t been, namely, I lived in six countries (incl. Russia / USSR) - evaluate your horizons.
                  (2) Acquaintance with the scouts is of no use - they do not even tell the truth to his wife.
                  (3) The history of Russian intelligence / counterintelligence interested me. History is reliable - in contrast to "personal acquaintance", because you can figure it out and do not lie SO. So: no one in the Russian counterintelligence service has ever considered Jews as a dangerous independent organized force --- only as agents of "partners".


                  I think not, otherwise it would not have been written. You are completely unaware of Zionism.

                  Clear:
                  I usually call this "one book syndrome".
                  You have read more than one - but they are all the same, hence the obvious signs of the syndrome of one book.

                  Any state, even a weak one, will crush any "kagal" on its territory in 2 days. Example: there was a hodor - there is no hodor. (But "how I breathed, how I breathed") And this despite the fact that the Russian Federation arr 2004 can hardly be called an independent state.
                  All the "difficulties" with the Hodor were not himself - but the reaction of the "partners" to the arrest --- that is, again --- this is not an independent force, but simply an agent of influence, and nothing more. Fuchs, who "sat".


                  Your example with Israel is no good!

                  Of course: everything that does not fit into your "theory" is worthless. And horrible scary gypsies or Tuaregs / Hottentots wander around the world, easily leading governments.

                  Funny, sir.

                  Okay, sorry, but I didn't read further: this is paranoia --- "Jews under every bed"
          2. russkiy redut
            russkiy redut 5 June 2016 22: 55
            +1
            But you don’t understand that they came up with printing money, and the whole financial system as we see it. Usury is in their blood. Even before the defeat of our Grand Duke Svyatoslav of the Khazar Kaganate, half of Europe was in bondage under the yoke of usury.
            1. AK64
              AK64 6 June 2016 00: 33
              +1
              But you don’t understand that they came up with printing money, and the whole financial system as we see it. Usury is in their blood. Even before the defeat of our Grand Duke Svyatoslav of the Khazar Kaganate, half of Europe was in bondage under the yoke of usury.


              Horror. Just awful. O_o
              Look how it turned out ....
              /and just in case, hid under the bed from evil Jews/
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        2. russkiy redut
          russkiy redut 5 June 2016 22: 47
          0
          I agree with you!
  9. runway
    runway 5 June 2016 10: 51
    +7
    Now it is convenient to argue: "We could not, we missed ...".
    Yes, the Communards did not have a party, ideas that would be understood by the majority, there was no single leadership, there was no single goal .... Armed with only a desire for justice, they were doomed. But their victims were not in vain. The liberation movement of the working people against the oppressors, like the waves of the surf brought 9 ramparts, which washed away evil from our homeland in 1917.
    By betrayal and deceit, the enemies of Russia are trying today to drag the people in the dark days of the past - to return tsarism. WILL NOT WORK!
    1. Monarchist
      Monarchist 5 June 2016 12: 09
      +3
      The commune fell due to confusion in the leadership, this is true. The party in those conditions was useless: the talking shop was already above the roof. "By betrayal and deception, the enemies of Russia are trying to drag out the people, etc." Let me correct you: the enemies of Russia are not interested in the revival of tsarism, but in the opposite direction they are pushing us a pseudo-democracy like modern Iraq , Ukraine. You can likeness Composition. And the revival of a strong monarchy like Alexander III is least of all they like
    2. sherp2015
      sherp2015 5 June 2016 23: 02
      0
      Quote: piston
      By betrayal and deceit, the enemies of Russia are trying today to drag the people in the dark days of the past - to return tsarism. WILL NOT WORK!

      What system was built by the authorities in Russia?
      Feudal or slaveholding?
  10. AK64
    AK64 5 June 2016 11: 05
    +3
    About revolutions

    Gentlemen, we live in the 21st century.
    We have witnessed a bunch of different revolutions (only in Ukraine there were two).

    Do you really not understand that all those revolutions that you saw were inspections of state special services? (American, mainly, but nationality is not important.)

    So, do you really think that the 19th century in this sense was somewhat different?
    Yes, everything, ALL revolution of the 19th century were exactly the same operations of special services.
    It was the Paris Commune that was inspired by Britain. Yes Yes.

    And the 1917 revolution in Russia ... is also no exception - the operation of the special services, and nothing more. Be realistic, finally!
    Look for some kind of "kagal", some super-powerful Zionists ... Behind any revolution is the might of an enemy state, that's the whole "kagal".
    1. Rastas
      Rastas 5 June 2016 21: 31
      +4
      Sir, there is evidence that the Paris Commune was sponsored by England. By the way, the suppression of the Commune was sponsored by the Rothschilds, after the suppression in France came just the bourgeois democrats, who were quite satisfied with England at first. Why did England need the Commune. Was Queen Victoria and England's Premier Sir Gladstone hidden Communists? Did they finally decide to carry out the world's first socialist revolution? Well, nonsense, after all.
      1. AK64
        AK64 6 June 2016 00: 37
        -1
        Sir, can you prove that ...


        You? Of course I can’t: only someone who is ready to understand some system of arguments can prove anything. For example, for a person who does not know arithmetic, any mathematical proof will be ridiculous squiggles
    2. russkiy redut
      russkiy redut 5 June 2016 23: 00
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      Who is the customer? Special services is an executive body !!
      1. AK64
        AK64 6 June 2016 00: 38
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        Who is the customer? Special services is an executive body !!


        No need to scream.
        No need to scream.
        The state.
        Head of state.

        Just do not start the heart-breaking story that the English state belongs to the Rothschilds - you will be laughed at, sir.
  11. Kenneth
    Kenneth 5 June 2016 11: 26
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    Because it was a bourgeois democratic revolution with all its inherent mess, commissions and disputes. And of course, the Pole did not add order as one of the generals
    In terms of how to do such things, indicative of October 1917. But of course there was a banal military coup.
  12. Denis Skiff
    Denis Skiff 5 June 2016 15: 52
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    Quote: Razvedka_Boem
    Always during such actions - revolutions, rebellions, etc., lumpen pop up. With the accompanying mess and confusion, only decisive and tough actions can prevent anarchy and looting.
  13. Rastas
    Rastas 5 June 2016 21: 45
    +4
    The author of the article is the biased bourgeois ... eng. To blame the Communards for destruction can be a very distant person from history. Hugo also reproached for the destruction of the monuments, but he named their reasons - the rebels saw in these monuments the symbols of their oppression, for them they were symbols of the class that humiliated and destroyed them. Of course, from the point of view of capitalist thinking, it is hypocritical to oppress people for profit - this is right and democratic, but when the oppressed raise their heads, the usurpers shout about a brutal crowd. But the blind cruelty of the people is more understandable than the cynical and deliberate cruelty of the ruling elites. Feeling themselves masters of the situation, the masses first decided to pay the past usurpers, robbers, rapists for sins. These were not the actions of the “wild beast”, unless you are ready to recognize the rulers themselves as even more wild beasts.
  14. Old warrior
    Old warrior 5 June 2016 22: 02
    +2
    The author is a liberal and an intellectual, God forgive me, and therefore he is scarce in mind, d eb and l. Therefore, this moral pygmy can’t realize the Greatness of the Significance of the Paris Commune.
    1. Rastas
      Rastas 5 June 2016 22: 33
      +2
      That's right. Such people cannot understand at all how people can fight for ideals, sacrifice themselves for the happiness of other people. Miserable bourgeoisie, the meaning of life of which is only to eat yes, wow, incapable of understanding the key events of history, can justify their own stupidity only with thoughts about someone’s machinations, Freemasonry, money of the Anglo-Saxons and other nonsense. As W. Hugo wrote:
      “The human race that has languished for centuries,
      In the iron shackles
      Angry rebellion and powerful hands.
      Broke the shackles to dust.
      Fight at this hour on the barricade,
      Poet, I am calling you!
      And if you want to be a bird, run from the noise of battle:
      There is only a place for a lion! "
      1. sibiryak10
        sibiryak10 6 June 2016 09: 00
        +2
        Scanty mind ...
        Moron...
        Pitiful bourgeoisie ...
        For freedom and equality ...

        But on the Kiev Maidan, if you listen to the Maidanists, they said the same thing - "We will never become brothers ... You are downtrodden, we are free ..."
        And what did it all turn out to be?
        As usual - Fools remained fools
        As they say, fanatics create a revolution, and crooks use its fruits
        1. albert
          albert 28 September 2016 15: 01
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          Quote: sibiryak10
          fanatics make a revolution

          Um, revolution and coup are different things. To call the Maidan revolution language does not turn.
  15. Backfire
    Backfire 6 June 2016 05: 40
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    Quote: Tatiana
    “Freedom, equality, and fraternity!”, Which the Freemasons proclaim in any revolution, is a deliberate utopia for manipulating public consciousness with the goal of sowing chaos in a country, deposing an existing state and transferring the country to external control to another state. England in this "art" has succeeded in past centuries more than all other countries. For it has long been noticed that corruption at the “top” costs the foreign treasury of an invading state many times cheaper than conducting military operations on the fronts with a victim country in an invading war.
    Moreover, revolutions never take place:
    • without corruption betrayal at the highest levels;
    • without so-called “Useful go * o * tov” of the middle class and intelligentsia, who brainlessly believe in the idealistic abstract Masonic slogan “Freedom, equality, and fraternity!”, Under the flag of which all pogroms begin in the country, first in the army, navy, police, state institutions and then the population itself;
    • and, of course, not without impunity for personal enrichment as a result of pogroms in the “lower classes”. Therefore, the lumpen anarchists, pogromists, robbers, thieves, criminals and sadists are on the rise and in the forefront during the revolution.
  16. elenagromova
    elenagromova 6 June 2016 08: 18
    +3
    It wasn't "dementia" at all. There was plenty of courage, but in terms of intellect, the Paris Commune could boldly challenge any capitalist structure, especially of that century. Today, the bourgeoisie (apparently, from a strong mind!) In France is again attacking the rights of workers, people go to demonstrations and have every right to do so. A working day over an 8-hour day should have become a thing of the past forever, and they again impose a 12-hour day, as if it were not about the high-tech century, but about the century before last. And glory to the Communards. They wanted a better life.
  17. Moore
    Moore 6 June 2016 13: 21
    +2
    I will add my five kopecks to the gallery: "Whoever has their hands in gunpowder - shoot." I don't know the artist, alas.