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Stories of the childhood of Stalin
On February 16, 1938, after the release of a book called "Stories of the Childhood of Stalin," the publishing committee was urged to retract the book, as Stalin claimed that the book was an example of excessive hero worship that elevated his imagine to idealistic proportions. Stalin spoke disdainfully of this excess, expressing concern that idolatry is no substitute for rigorous Bolshevik study, and could be spun as a fault of Bolshevism by right-deviations in the USSR. Specifically he wrote:

"I am absolutely against the publication of 'Stories of the childhood of Stalin'. The book abounds with a mass of inexactitudes of fact, of alterations, of exaggerations and of unmerited praise. Some amateur writers, scribblers, (perhaps honest scribblers) and some adulators have led the author astray. It is a shame for the author, but a fact remains a fact. But this is not the important thing. The important thing resides in the fact that the book has a tendency to engrave on the minds of Soviet children (and people in general) the personality cult of leaders, of infallible heroes. This is dangerous and detrimental. The theory of 'heroes' and the 'crowd' is not a Bolshevik, but a SR theory. The heroes make the people, transform them from a crowd into people, thus say the SRs. The people make the heroes, thus reply the Bolsheviks to the SRs. The book carries water to the windmill of the SRs. No matter which book it is that brings the water to the windmill of the SRs, this book is going to drown in our common, Bolshevik cause. I suggest we burn this book."


J.V. Stalin- Reply to the Greetings of the Workers of the Chief Railway Workshops in Tiflis
https://www.marxists.org/reference/arch ... /06/08.htm
I must say in all conscience, comrades, that I do not deserve a good half of the flattering things that have been said here about me. I am, it appears, a hero of the October Revolution, the leader of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, the leader of the Communist International, a legendary warrior-knight and all the rest of it. That is absurd, comrades, and quite unnecessary exaggeration. It is the sort of thing that is usually said at the graveside of a departed revolutionary. But I have no intention of dying yet.


J. V. Stalin- Letter to Comrade Shatunovsky
https://www.marxists.org/reference/arch ... 08/x01.htm
You speak of your 'devotion' to me. Perhaps it was just a chance phrase. Perhaps. . . . But if the phrase was not accidental I would advise you to discard the 'principle' of devotion to persons. It is not the Bolshevik way. Be devoted to the working class, its Party, its state. That is a fine and useful thing. But do not confuse it with devotion to persons, this vain and useless bauble of weak-minded intellectuals.


In 1938, the People's Commissar of the NKVD by NI Ezhov, citing "the opinion of the workers", proposed to rename the capital (Moscow) to Stalinodar (Gift of Stalin). This idea was rejected by Stalin, who had banned naming places after him 2 years earlier in 1936.


Stalin's Four Attempts at Resignation
https://socialistmlmusings.wordpress.co ... signation/

Personal Belongings of J. V. Stalin
https://anothercity.livejournal.com/994211.html

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Undoubtedly, Stalin was a hero of the working class. Death to all fascists! Long live Stalin!

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Last edited by terminate on Tue May 28, 2019 12:26 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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more communist shit by the retarded of terminate, again and again :lol:

OP:

why you not ask iced earth if communism is good he suffered the oppression of the URSS in Romania
when he vas a toddler he lived in a ww2 bunker he was hungry he begged money and food at train stations
now he is rich and prosperous, he eats pizza every day he is swiming in pussy etc all thanks to the capitalism :cool:



TELL ME WHY PSYCHOPATHS BLOCK U YET THEY KEEP MENTIONING UR NAME HAH IS THIS TO TRY AND GET A REACTION? IF U BLOCK SOMEONE WHY WISH TO EVEN MENTION THEIR NAME RIGHT? WHEN U BLOCK SOMEONE IT MEANS U WANT NOTHING TO DO WITH THEM RIGHT? SO SURELY THIS IS DONE ON PURPOSE RIGHT?

Fabie wrote:more communist shit by the retarded of terminate, again and again :lol:

Ohe suffered the oppression of the URSS in Romania
when he vas a toddler he lived in a ww2 bunker he was hungry he begged money and food at train stations
now he is rich and prosperous, he eats pizza every day he is swiming in pussy etc all thanks to the capitalism :cool:

cool story bro
actually i have spent 3 years in Serbia with my grandmother while Ceausescu was thrown down

Iced Earth wrote:cool story bro
actually i have spent 3 years in Serbia with my grandmother while Ceausescu was thrown down


such Ceausescu was one of the worst communist rats, he was here for a walk in the 80s
I wonder how could that dwarf clown hold the power for so long
anyways very well executed
terminate is an unexperienced toddler he should learn a bit of history



PostThis post by Fabie was deleted by Fabie on Mon May 27, 2019 9:38 pm.

What a fool. Commented twice and only knows how to spew liberal nonsense. Ceaușescu was a POS revisionist that was hostile to the Warsaw Pact and friendly with the west, but Romania was still better under him than it is now after the capitalist restoration. Under Ceaușescu Romania had considerable GDP growth which immediately fell down and stagnated after he was killed by CIA-backed forces:
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Him being overthrown has resulted in a free-market failure, terrible economy, and nil social welfare with Romania now being exploited by western corporations as much of the rest of the world is. They suffer from growing inequality, as is natural for life under capitalism.. The rich get richer and the poor stay poor: http://business-review.eu/news/romanias ... how-159959

Now, what do most Romanians themselves think about socialism? Let's see..
https://www.elmundo.es/internacional/20 ... b458c.html
at least 2/3 of Romanians believe life was better during Socialism and would vote for Ceaușescu

https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/kw9q ... -ceausescu
Most of the people asked even in Bucharest (the richest part of Romania) believe socialism was better and view Ceaușescu's time more favorably

http://www.balkanalysis.com/romania/201 ... communism/
In Romania, polls show people miss Socialism

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/20 ... communism/
Struggling Romanians yearn for communism

Some form of communism probably isn't bad.But Stalin stole from the peasants while his inner circle of the priviliged was safe.He even executed people for not praising him long enough.

Some form of communism probably isn't bad.But Stalin stole from the peasants while his inner circle of the priviliged was safe.He even executed people for not praising him long enough.

The idea that Stalin executed the first member of the Politburo who stopped clapping was fabricated by the fascist writer Alexander Solzhentisyn in his fantasy story "The Gulag Archipelago". Even his own wife said he was straight up telling fiction in that propaganda piece book.

Solzhenitsyn’s wife was quoted as saying:
In her 1974 memoir, ''Sanya: My Life with Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn'' (Bobbs-Merrill), she wrote that she was ''perplexed'' that the West had accepted ''The Gulag Archipelago'' as ''the solemn, ultimate truth,'' saying its significance had been ''overestimated and wrongly appraised.''

Pointing out that the book's subtitle is ''An Experiment in Literary Investigation,'' she said that her husband did not regard the work as ''historical research, or scientific research.'' She contended that it was, rather, a collection of ''camp folklore,'' containing ''raw material'' which her husband was planning to use in his future productions.

https://www.idcommunism.com/2018/01/gul ... osing.html


Also, Stalin wasn't rich and he didn't live a lavish lifestyle. His salary and that of other party members was lower than what a miner and many other workers earned at the time, and after passing away there were even many unopened salary checks found in his desk. This is all he owned at his death:

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There is a museum in Moscow where personal things of Joseph Stalin can be seen. Mikhail has visited this place and here are some photos he made.

Those are Stalin’s coats. If you recall Stalin from the old photos or the documentaries or even from the movies, looks like he was the fan of military style in his cloths and here are some real life pieces worn by him that survived till our time.

Those are the: the summer coat of USSR marshall (top notch military rank in Soviet country), overcoat, a civil grey jacket, a white summer USSR Marshall summer kitel (jacket) probably the one or similar to the one he was on Yalta and Tehran summit photos. Also Stalin’s personal earflaps hat and another Russian military hat. Even Stalin didn’t want to get cold with his head.

Here what’s next:

A ceremonial dress-coat of USSR Marshall. It comes with a dress-coat gold colored belt and cap. Also a shashka (Russian sword) and the pair of the boots with the separately displayed pair of spurs.

Here are some more of the items Stalin used: a magnifying glass (probably to read the fine printed names on the map), a PENCO branded pen, a leather briefcase and a BAUSCH binoculars.

Those are the plates and table ware Stalin was using in one of his residences from year 1933 to 1953.

A USSR Marshall cap probably the same one from Tehran.

A portrait of Stalin in his office, year 1945, by D. Nalbandyan. Stalin is dressed in his USSR Marshal uniform. The artist was awarded with special Stalin’s prize of the first degree.

Those are the present to Stalin – mostly the smoke pipes, as it is known stalin preferred to use those for his smoking needs.


From http://englishrussia.com/2014/08/02/sta ... elongings/

I'll admit bringing that up is funny though when you look at how it is in liberal democracies where most politicians are rich (we have a literal billionaire as president of the USA), and we have lobbying (legal bribery), and "campaigning" (which costs lots of money of course, and is basically completely necessary to be elected/have your name put out). It's in liberal democracy that those without money are completely unable to get real political power. It's in liberal democracy where the rich control everything to their benefit while exploiting and repressing the working class.

In the Soviet Union representatives were elected democratically by the workers/local councils. Party members had to pay a fee, and were also held to higher standards, being expected to set a good example to other workers, and punished more harshly if they were to break the law. There was also of course the right to recall (the right for voters to recall deputies who were not serving their interests) which was exercised at a high rate.

Anyways, I'll reference this quote by Michael Parenti:
The perks enjoyed by party and government elites were modest by corporate CEO standards in the West, as were their personal incomes and life styles. Soviet leaders like Yuri Andropov and Leonid Brezhnev lived not in lavishly appointed mansions like the White House, but in relatively large apartments in a housing project near the Kremlin set aside for government leaders. They had limousines at their disposal (like most other heads of state) and access to large dachas where they entertained visiting dignitaries. But they had none of the immense personal wealth that most U.S.leaders possess. The "lavish life" enjoyed by East Germany's party leaders, as widely publicized in the U.S. press, included a $725 yearly allowance in hard currency, and housing in an exclusive settlement on the outskirts of Berlin that sported a sauna, an indoor pool, and a fitness center shared by all the residents. They also could shop in stores that carried Western goods such as bananas, jeans, and Japanese electronics. The U.S. press never pointed out that ordinary East Germans had access to public pools and gyms and could buy jeans and electronics (though usually not of the imported variety). Nor was the "lavish" consumption enjoyed by East German leaders contrasted to the truly opulent life style enjoyed by the Western plutocracy.


Now believe it or not, this may shock you, but Stalin was a communist as is evidenced by his service/commitment to the working class +his books and private letters. As the disciple of Lenin he adhered to the principles better than anyone and didn't desire to live like a king. He was a very hard worker who kept long and also strange working hours often staying up into the morning, encouraging those around him to do the same. He preserved the Soviet Union and what Lenin fought for, upholding what the USSR stood for.

Stalin's goal was to ensure the well-being of and a better life for all Soviet citizens, not personal gain. His five year plans turned this poverty stricken country into a world power, achieved full literacy (about 1/3 of people were illiterate during Tsarist rule), and vastly improved life expectancy for the Soviet people. He held power because the people knew his name, trusted him, and because he brought real change while also crushing the fifth column/counter-revolutionary snakes in the party of which there were many.

If this spud lived in the perfect communist society, he'd still be out in the woods trying to catch a rabbit he can mouthfuck because the communist leaders would recognize him as too big a loser with too small a tool to waste any female comrade's time with him.

And as we all know, the communists didn't much care for homos. So no, this person who jerks off over pictures of Trotsky and tries to shoot his impotence onto a poster of Lenin would not even be able to accept the fact that he is a fag in order to get some cock in him.

The commies would throw him out of the country with a half million rubles so he can go far, far away.

You think I like Trotsky even though I'm a Marxist-Leninist? Trotsky was scum. what a clueless fool you are.

terminate wrote:You think I like Trotsky even though I'm a Marxist-Leninist? Trotsky was scum. what a clueless fool you are.


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