“upon my honor, that for anything in the world I would not want to change the country or have a different history than the history of our ancestors, as God gave it” (Pushkin A. S. collected works. Op.: 10 T. M., 1992. T. 10. P. 310)
“Mankurt did not know who he was, where I came from-tribe, did not know his name, did not remember his childhood, father and mother – in a word, mankurt did not realize a human being. Devoid of understanding of self, mankurt from an economic point of view had a number of advantages. It was equivalent to dumb creatures, and therefore completely obedient and safe… the commandment of the master to mankurt was above all” (Chingiz Aitmatov. Burannaya stop (And longer than a century lasts the day). M., 1981 P. 106-107)
The society in Russia is hurt. The diagnosis of this disease is stasis. Apparently, over the past decade on the historical memory of our people were carried out so monstrous experiments that the survivor generation is activated a defense mechanism that makes today’s easy to forget what was yesterday …
As commented in the Museum’s LiveJournal blogger rimmir status quo mindset of our youth, “convinced in their students who are from 18 to 25 years that they do not know neither the Soviet Union nor the history of its crash. And indeed, who today 15 – the beginning of the awakening of social activity, to 35 – and this is, in sociological canons, “age of reason”, have knowledge and personal experience of the Soviet Union – for them it is a completely DIFFERENT country and a different ERA, terra incognita“.
Just note that in practice, the party and state administration, there were no documents with the name of “Instruction”. VTSIK and Sovnarkom did not publish any document with the same name for all their activities. There was only the decisions and decrees signed by the heads of these bodies (see the collections “Decrees of the Soviet government”) and the serial numbers of such documents has not been assigned. However, in all questionable publications “instruction” has the sequence number 13666/2, which means there are many thousands of “instructions” in the public proceedings. None of these documents are not known to historians, not found in the archives, never published. Of course, this room invented by the forgers in order to be able to enter the apocalyptic “number of the beast”, to give the paper a pronounced mystical character and associate it with “satanic” elements of Russian Bolshevism. In this case, the calculation was not done on intellectuals, and mass consciousness. “Three sixes” in “Lenin’s paper” was to beat the perception of the simple believer. Not by chance the choice of dates – May 1, international workers ‘ Day.
For all of its party-state activities of Lenin has not signed a single document called “Instruction” – not three sixes, nor without:-) there was no anti-religious document Lenin on may 1, 1919, and under a different name (order, notes, telegrams, decrees, etc.). In the Russian state archive of socio-political history (RGASPI) is the Fund of documents of Lenin, it includes all of Lenin’s documents. Now all the documents of the Lenin Fund declassified and available to researchers as state secrets they contain. “Lenin’s instructions from may 1, 1919,” in RGASPI is missing. Director RGASPI K. M. Anderson 2 June 2003, reported by M. A. Wysocki in response to his query about the notorious “Lenin’s instructions on may 1, 1919”, encountered him in the essay Nazarov, the following: “the funds of V. I. Lenin, M. I. Kalinin, and other Soviet statesmen of classified documents and restricted access there. Please note that You are interested in the text of the order of the Chairman of the Central Executive Committee, Kalinin and Lenin Chairman of the CPC Chairman of the Cheka Dzerzhinsky on may 1, 1919 in RGASPI not detected. We also inform that the author sent You article German Nazarov archive reading room were not working and no documents, therefore, did not receive“. All the documents of Lenin in RGASPI strictly cataloged by date. Among the papers relating to may 1, 1919, no anti-religious – a few decrees signed by Lenin held this day, the Small SOC, which relate to small business issues (RGASPI. F. 2 (Fund of Vladimir Lenin). Op. 1. D. 9537. Protocol No. 243 the meetings of the Small CPC may 1, 1919), as well as several resolutions on the incoming telegrams (Lenin V. I. Biographical chronicle. M., 1977. Vol. 7. S. 149, 150).
Absent “Instructions from Lenin on may 1, 1919,” and in the State archive of the Russian Federation, which holds the funds of SNK and VTSIK. Deny the existence of this “document” in his official letters to the Central archive of the FSB and the Archive of the President of the Russian Federation. Thus, the “Policy of Lenin from may 1, 1919” is missing in all relevant on the subject of state and departmental archives of Russia. Similarly, there was no secret “the decision of the Central Executive Committee and SNK” 1917-1919 about the need to “immediately put an end to the priests and religion“, pursuant to which “the direction of Lenin on may 1, 1919,” as if it was released. There are no “instructions of the Cheka-OGPU-NKVD” with links on it (supposedly cancelled along with “indication” in 1939), there are no documents about his performance.
Moreover, the contents of the alleged “Instructions” contrary to the factual side of the history of Church-state relations 1918 – early 1920s, During the fabrication of the “document” revealed a gross historical ignorance counterfeiters. Documents of the CPC of the RSFSR indicate that in 1919, and in 1920 and in early 1920-ies by order of the people’s Commissariat of justice of RSFSR, some temples were repeatedly handed over to the community of believers, and the decision of local authorities about the arbitrary closure was cancelled. This practice, under the action of “the instructions of Lenin on may 1, 1919,” or similar document would have been impossible. VIII Department of people’s Commissariat on April 23, 1919 he reported to the Office of the CPC that “if the Church train at the station of Kursk is a separate building, impediments to the transfer it to the groups of believers there“.
Explanation of the PCJ is a response to a petition addressed to Lenin by the General meeting of railway workers of Kursk, “strongly protesting against the closure of the Church” (State archive of the Russian Federation (GARF). F. 130. Op. 1. D. 208. L. 10, 11). The authorities in this case could not fail to reckon with the mood among the “ruling class”, though, from their point of view, backward. In early November 1919, the CPC received a request to believers of the Trinity-Sergius Lavra on the illegal closure on the territory of the monastery a number of churches. It was taken into consideration, and the Managing Director of the CPC VD Bonch-Bruevich ordered the VIII division NKJU “to investigate the circumstances and notify me to report to the Chairman of the CPC“. “It is necessary to obtain accurate information, he wrote further,- why these churches were closed. The decree about branch of Church from the state does not provide for this circumstance – the intervention of local authorities in the religious rights of citizens” (ibid. L. 17). Of course, the tragic fate of the monastery, closed by the authorities several years later. But it must be noted that in 1919 the government has shown its “tolerance” and even went to meet a believer in the abolition of the closure of churches. Hence the appeal Bonch-Bruevich,”investigate“, to report “accurate information” for his report to Lenin, his reference to “Decree”, a rebuke to local authorities.
The initiators of the persecution of the Church at the specified time often become not only the secret police (local KGB), but various kinds of local councils, Executive committees, bureaux, land committees, the revolutionary committees. In the archives there are many bright examples of this kind. The nuns of the convent Kolomenskoye after October 1917 had the opportunity to live in a women’s labor commune, but it did not last long. In August 1919 the Executive Committee of Kolomna searched the looting of the monastery, sealed its offices. Nuns on 19 August sent a collective letter to Lenin: “almost All the nuns and peasant class, living with their work – needlework. Why did they Rob and embarrass? You write that the worker-peasant government did not interfere in matters of faith, but the faithful do not give to live. Please return all taken at our monastery“. The nuns noticed that in the monastery of ongoing searches and property continue to plunder and export. The letter fell to the Bonch-Bruevich, who wrote on the paper brief and expressive: “the archive” (ibid. Op. 3. D. 210. L. 37).
September 3, 1919, nearly 400 sisters of the Seraphimo-Diveyevo monastery and sent a complaint to the Bonch-Bruevich. Nizhny Novgorod gubernia land Department took of the community of 1,600 people the entire monastery land (91 decimal), plowed sisters, in the absence of previously confiscated cattle, “myself“, i.e. saragas instead of horses (ibid. L. 59). The reaction from the Bonch-Bruevich not followed any. Later sisters from the monastery threw, and it was closed in 1927
Towards the Orthodox clergy, the policy of the Bolshevik government was not aimed at the total physical destructionas trying to convince the public the authors of the fake so – called “the guidance of Lenin from may 1, 1919 No. 13666/2”. In the 1920s prevailed tactic of splitting the Church from the inside to destroy its canonical structures. For this purpose, the group loyal to the government of the clergy, which became objects of manipulation. Similar problems in the 1930s were performed by forces of the Cheka-OGPU-NKVD, which would be completely impossible if they were faced with the task of “widespread” destruction of the clergy.
The head of the Soviet secret police Dzerzhinsky, in whose name Lenin allegedly sent ominous “order,” wrote his Deputy M. Y. Latsis 9 APR 1921: “My opinion is the Church is falling apart, this should help, but does not revive in the revisionist form. Therefore, the policies of the Church must lead the collapse of the Cheka, not anybody else“ (RGASPI. F. 76. Op. 3. D. 196. L. 3-3.). Dzerzhinsky repeatedly demonstrated flexibility in the methods of struggle with the Church. March 11, 1921, he issued a circular on the procedure for liquidation of the Moscow United Council of religious communities and groups for alleged “counterrevolutionary activity”. However, he directed the security officers to fight with those religious societies that “under the banner of religion openly campaigning, contributing to the collapse of the red army, against the use of food patterns and the like“. And however prescribed to the employees of the Cheka: “communities that are not detrimental to the proletariat, must be the attitude of the most careful, trying not to irritate religious groups, not led by any counter-revolutionary center, which was the Moscow United Council. When carrying out a circular to strictly refrain from any activities that may bring complaints to the agents of our government in the sense of… embarrassment is purely of religious freedom” (Felix Dzerzhinsky – Chairman of the Cheka-OGPU. 1917 – 1926: SB. documents. M., 2007. P. 266, 267). This source contradicts the statement about the orientation of the Cheka for “ubiquitous” destruction of the clergy.
Thus, even aside from the archival details proving false the so-called “the guidance of Lenin from may 1, 1919”, such a document could not be born because he does not fit the real picture of Church-state relations in 1918-1923 gg. Regulations, which justified the persecution of the Church, persecution and restriction of rights of believers, is well known in historiography: the Decree on the separation of Church and state and school from Church from 20 January 1918, depriving the Church of property rights and legal entities, and may of 1918, the decision on creation of the “liquidation” of the people’s Commissariat Department; instruction of people’s Commissariat of 30 August 1918, depriving the Church of rights missionary, charitable and cultural activities (further documents reproduced these provisions). In addition to these regulations, we should not forget that in March 1919 at the VIII Congress of the RCP (b) adopted a party Program, paragraph 13: “to avoid any insult of religious feelings, lead only to the consolidation of religious fanaticism” (the CPSU in resolutions and decisions of congresses, conferences and plenums of the Central Committee. Vol. 2. M., 1983. P. 83). Thus, the analysis of the sources establishes that “the instructions of Lenin from may 1, 1919” about struggle against priests and religion did not exist, and presented in different editions of his text is a clumsy forgery.
The matrix of social consciousness strenuously trimmed right before our eyes. According to the head of the Communist party </a> even the materials on the impeachment of Yeltsin between 1998 and 1999 . “everything is already eliminated … they are no longer in the press, were all destroyed. Remained fully impeachment in my book “Loyalty”, described all the speeches, all the leaders of the factions“.
And the most active member of the special parliamentary Commission for the consideration of the question of impeachment , Viktor Ilyukhin (see photo) passed away, as suggested </a>, not on their own. Recall that 26.05.2010 G. Ilyukhin informed </a>, may 25, 2010, to visit him came one of the members of the Taskforce on manufacture and fake archival documents, including the “Katyn case”.
According to his confession, “in the early 1990-ies was created by a group of specialists of high rank in the forgery of documents on the important events of the Soviet period.
The group worked in the structure of the security service of the Russian President Boris Yeltsin. Geographically it was located in the premises of the former summer residences of employees of the Central Committee of the Communist party in the settlement of Nagorno (Gory, Kosygina str., V/CH 54799-T FSS). According to him, Nagorno-delivered the order, the text of the document, which had to be made, or text to submit it to an existing backup document to make under the text or on the text signature or other officials. Access to the archival materials they were free. Many documents were brought to the settlement of Nagorno-without accounting for and control of their movements. Their receipt was not recorded any of the receipts and obligations. The group has worked in Nagorny village until 1996, and then was moved to the town a District.
According to him, on the semantic content of the draft texts of the working group-which allegedly included the former head of Rosarkhiv R. G. pihoya. Also called last name, first Deputy head of security service of President G. Rogozin. He knows that with archival documents in the same vein, an employee of the 6th Institute (Molchanov) of the General staff of the armed forces. He, in particular, reported that they had made a note of Beria to the Politburo of the CPSU (b) № 794/B from March 1940, which proposed to shoot more than 20 thousand Polish prisoners of war. He argues that in the Russian archives during this period was thrown hundreds of fake historical documents and the same was falsified by making them distorted information, and the forgery of signatures. In confirmation of this the source has submitted a number of forms of the 40-ies of the last century, as well as fake impressions of stamps, signatures, etc. (see photo). At the same time said that he often mocked the idea of the public of certain archival documents as valid, though their falsification of “made” hand is named a group of people“:
The reliability of this sensational revelations of massive fraud under Yeltsin the historical sources are well confirmed by the history of the “Katyn case”. It is well-known documents of package No. 1, which for decades was kept in the closed archives of the Politburo of the CPSU Central Committee on the rights of the utmost importance. In September 1992, as reported by the current head of the Ministry Andrei Artizov, the Commission for access to documents of archive of the President of the Russian Federation has opened the package for the planning meeting. “In October 1990, on behalf of the President of Russia Boris Yeltsin, copies of these documents were submitted to the President, then President of the Republic of Poland Walesa, and, of course, they are published in Poland“, – said the head of Rosarkhiv.
Yeltsin was elected President of the Russian Federation on 12 June 1991 And in July 1992 in the archive of the President of the Russian Federation, the then head of the presidential administration Yury Petrov, the adviser of the President D. A. Volkogonov, chief archivist at the R. G. pihoya and Director of the archive of A. V. Short was going through his top-secret materials. On 24 September they opened a “special package 1”. As told Short, “the documents were so serious that they are reported to Boris Yeltsin. The President’s reaction was swift: he immediately ordered that Rudolf pihoya as chief state archivist of Russia flew to Warsaw and gave these stunning documents to President Walesa. We then gave copies to the constitutional court, General Prosecutor’s office and the public” (I. S. Yazhborovskaya, A. Yu. Yablokov, V. S. Parsadanov. Katyn syndrome in Soviet-Polish relations, M. ROSSPEN, 2001, p. 386). As you know, transmission of these copies (!) the constitutional Court of the Russian Federation, considered then “the case to ban the Communist party”, turned to Yeltsin supporters of complete confusion:-)
Meanwhile, there is another version of the promulgation of the Yeltsin “Katyn case”, contained in the memoirs of the main “perestroika,” A. N. Yakovlev: “in December 1991 Gorbachev in my presence, handed Yeltsin a package with all the documents on Katyn. When the envelope was opened, there was a note Shelepin, Serov and materials about the shooting of Polish military personnel and civilians, especially from the intelligentsia (more than 22 thousand people). I still don’t understand, what was the point in keeping all these documents in secret….”. It turns out that the “Katyn case” has been “found” either in December 1991 (according to Yakovlev) either in September 1992 (the official version).
You need to take into account that on the cover of the package, a photo of which is posted on the website of the Ministry marked not only a list of what’s inside, but the date is December 24, 1991, with a note on top of the “Archive of VI sector a. about the CPSU Central Committee Without the permission of the chief of staff of the President… the package is not open”
As you know, Gorbachev officially announced his resignation on 25 December 1991, Respectively, 24 December 1991, the day before the “transfer of cases”, papers from “Special folder” in one packagewas transferred to Gorbachev, Yeltsin mentions Yakovlev. And V. I. Boldin wrote in his memoirs that in 1989, the “Katyn affair” was not one fat and two slim package closed, and inside both sealed packages at Katyn in 1989 was only a “few pages” with text. (Boldin, V. I., the Collapse of the podium. M., “The Republic”. P. 257). 18.04. 1989 V. Galkin received from V. I. Boldin, “Katyn case” and in the same package passed in the VI sector a. about the CPSU (see photo). Officially confirmed the fact of his personal acquaintance in April 1989 with the documents of the “Katyn case” and b. The General Secretary of the CPSU Mikhail Gorbachev. Moreover, Gorbachev, as well as V. I. Boldin, claims that in April 1989, closed the “Katyn folders” were two, not one, specifying: “…But both had documentation confirming the version of the Commission academician Burdenko. It was a collection of disparate materials, and everything under the version” (Gorbachev M. S. Life and reforms. M., RIA “Novosti”, 1995. KN. 2. P. 346).
according to the official Soviet version, released in 1944, Polish soldiers were shot by the German occupying forces near Smolensk in 1941, This conclusion was based on the conclusion of the Commission, chaired by academician Nikolai Burdenko, which was part of the writer Alexei Tolstoy, Metropolitan Nikolai (Yarushevich), the Commissar of education Vladimir Potemkin, as well as high-ranking representatives of the army and the NKVD.
Thus, a false note of Beria to the Politburo of the CPSU (b) № 794/B from March of 1940 were made in the structure of the security service of the Russian President Yeltsin on the basis of the former summer residences of employees of the Central Committee of the Communist party in the settlement of Nagorno-between 25 December 1991 and September 1992, when she was “found” by the group chief archivist R. G. pihoya the “special package 1″…
Russian historians, in particular, doctor of historical Sciences by M. Meltyukhov already proven falsification of the “Testament of Lenin”, the documents related to the abdication of Nicholas II, set and other similar facts. One of them is fake and the “Policy of Lenin from may 1, 1919 No. 13666/2” on “the struggle against priests and religion“, first published in 2000, In order to build in the minds of people about pseudo-range, the authors of this forgery used the fame of another forgery – the so-called Lenin’s letter to Molotov dated March 19, 1922 to discredit the Church as an ideological enemy during a time of famine in the country, which was first mentioned in 1964, when it was released the 45th volume of Lenin PSS, where for notes about this “letter” has been allocated a place on page 666. As you know, the number 666 is the number of Satan-Lucifer – the secret signal to all Kabbalists, Jews and masons: “Here is a mystery, here lies, here our presence!”…
“The Matrix has you…”
To be continued …
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The Katyn case, as we know, completely collapsed: the court found that the poles were shot in 1941, ie by the Germans
fakes appear here and there.
To manipulate the mass consciousness in Russia deployed a total falsification of historical sources, one of the clearest examples of which is the so-called “Policy of Lenin from may 1, 1919 No. 13666/2” on “the struggle against priests and religion“. At the international conference “Christianity in the new Millennium”, organized in June 2000 jointly by the Institute of General history, Russian Academy of Sciences, the Ministry of culture of the Russian Federation and the Moscow Patriarchate, journalist V. Markov reported his 1999 publication in the journal “Our contemporary” with commentary by priest Dimitry Dudko, where he first mentioned “the Indication Central Executive Committee and Council of people’s Commissars” for the signatures of the Chairman of the Central Executive Committee M. I. Kalinin and Chairman of the CPC VI Lenin on may 1, 1919 No. 13666/2, addressed to the Chairman of the Cheka Dzerzhinsky, citing some mysterious “decision of the Central Executive Committee and SNK“. This decision Dzerzhinsky “stated” the need to “immediately put an end to the priests and religion. The priests were to be arrested as counterrevolutionaries and saboteurs, shot mercilessly and everywhere. And as much as possible. Churches should be closed. The premises of temples should be locked and turned into warehouses” (see photo). This is what the so-called “instruction” is most often used today as proof of the “bloodthirsty” and “ferocity” of the Bolsheviks in the first years of Soviet power.