SIXTY-FIVE YEARS WITHOUT STALIN
(published by AUCPB, Russia.)
The invisible river of time is running. Sixty-five years have passed since that mournful day, on March 5, 1953, when Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin died. And the struggle for the truth about Stalin, for an adequate assessment of his role in the history of the USSR, and throughout the history of the 20th century does not cease, on the contrary, it is growing and gaining strength. "Russian citizens are increasingly assessing the role of Stalin more positively," Russian bourgeois newspapers are panicking today.
To overestimate the significance and role of Stalin makes the surrounding reality itself - better than any books, films and other means of propaganda. Comparing the results of his activities as the head of our country with the disastrous results of "activity" by the entire ruling Russian "camarilla" in the last quarter of a century, it is simply impossible not to come to a positive attitude towards him.
The great victory of the Soviet people in the deadly battle with the fascist invasion led by Hitler is Stalin, the tremendous growth of our socialist country's forces even in conditions of confrontation with the surrounding bourgeois world is Stalin, the colossal development of Soviet science, culture and technology is Stalin. Finally, the main thing - people, the Soviet people, who committed legendary exploits both in labour and in battle, "cadres decide everything" - is Stalin.
"Everywhere life is free and wide, like the Volga is full, flowing. Young people everywhere are dear to us. Elderly people everywhere have honor. " We lived in a beautiful Soviet country in which "a person always has the right to study, rest and work." The words of the song of those years reflect well the mood of people and the fullness of life.
How unlike this image of the Soviet country for what the bourgeoisie and their "democratic" singers are depicting us as - the eerie "barrack-room socialism", under each bush is the sexton, the terrible and treacherous Stalin, "eating small children" and other rubbish. The so-called "democrats" who committed the criminal counterrevolution of 1991-1993, try to slander everything Soviet, totally, from top to bottom. But the truth about the Soviet country is breaking through and it will surely break its way. What led the Soviet people? Of course, first of all - love of truth and freedom, love for your great and beautiful Motherland. Remember the disgusting maxim of the "democrats": "Patriotism is the last refuge of scoundrels." And you will understand the essence of the "democrats", their fierce hatred for their homeland, nurturing and remembering them, hatred of its "wrong" history, hatred of its "wrong" people and its customs. Their secret slogan is "everything should be like in America. In America, everything is fine. "
The successes of the Land of Soviets aroused fear and furious anger against world imperialism. End the Soviet Union! Hence the foreign intervention in the Civil War, and Hitler's attack, and the "cold war" unleashed by the US and NATO against the USSR. Trillions of dollars have been spent, and the Soviet Union stands unshakably, grows, develops. What to do? The Stalin fortress is indestructible. Explode it from the inside with the help of the remnants of the defeated ruling classes, all kinds of traitors and "dissidents", seduce, entice "radiant American advertising," and lie, lie, lie!
This was initiated by Nikita Khrushchev in his "secret" report at the 20th Congress of the CPSU. He brazenly slandered J.V. Stalin and unfolded the "building" of socialism in the USSR in the opposite direction by introducing the principles of capitalist production into the socialist economy. This turn to capitalism immediately affected the decline in economic growth rates, the rise in prices of consumer goods and food products.
In the country, under the flag of anti-Stalin, the degeneration of the ruling party of the CPSU began, its gradual separation from the people, from the working class, whose interests it was called to defend and enforce. The top of the party was completely taken away from control, and turned into "celestials." Opportunism, which began to corrode the CPSU, deprived the policy of peaceful coexistence of class content, undermined the positions of the international communist and workers' movement.
Due to distortion and violations of the laws of socialist construction, capitalist elements in the USSR went into growth. All this by the 1980s actually led to the emergence of a class of underground bourgeoisie, which, together with the fifth column that rose in the head with the traitor Mikhail Gorbachev, carried out a counter-revolutionary coup with the assistance of international monopoly capital, which destroyed and blew up the USSR. Illegally, through fraudulent "privatization" the people have been robbed of our public property, which no one dared to privatize. The destruction of the USSR, carried out with complete disregard for the results of the all-union referendum on March 17, 1991, is a crime with aggravating circumstances.
We clearly must understand: there were two radically different stages in the history of the Soviet Union and the Communist Party. This is a Stalinist stage, until 1953, until the death of J.V Stalin. This is the stage of the real building of communism, construction and factories, and factories, and collective farms, most importantly - the construction of communism in the souls of Soviet people. The party in that period is a party of heroes, a party of selfless fighters for the interests of the people. The only privilege of the Communists at that time was "the Communists - forward!".
The stage from 1953 to 1991 is the departure from communism, a false substitution of concepts in both the economy and ideology, such as the promise in the Party Program to build communism by the 1980s. It was an impudent, deliberate lie! The party leader turned from a leader, a tribune, which was once completely entrusted to the masses, into a pathetic partocrat, a stalwart, who was almost openly laughed at. The Party completely lost its vital contact with the mass, became "on its own" and, therefore, was doomed.