hat will happen to you without me? Joseph Stalin. Threshold 40
The population of the capital of Czechoslovakia the city of Praga is meeting
the commander of the 1st Ukarainian front Marshal Konev under whose command
divisions of the Soviet Army freed the city of Praga from German-fascist invaders.

Yulia Ivanova

What will happen to you without me? Joseph Stalin. Threshold 40

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Present: the AG (Angel Guardian), the AD (Angel-Destroyer)

WITNESSES: V. Molotov, V. Berezhkov, Moliere, 'Das Schwarze Kopf', Golovanov, Vl. Soloukhin, Vasilevsky, M. Lobanov.

* * *
'After the liberation of his native land from the evil of Hitler, the Red Army now assists peoples of Poland, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia to break the chains of fascist slavery and restore their freedom and independence.'
(J. Stalin)

'Now, when World War II comes to a victorious end, the historic role of the Soviet people rises in all its grandeur.
Now everyone recognizes that the Soviet people and their selfless struggle saved the civilization of Europe from Nazi looters.
This is a great merit of the Soviet people in the history of mankind.'
(J. Stalin)

'The peoples of the Soviet Union respected the rights and independence of peoples of foreign countries and have always been willing to live in peace and friendship with neighboring states.
This should be the basis of growing and strengthening ties with our country's freedom-loving nations.'
J. Stalin)

* * *

The Voice of America reported that the assassin of Trotsky died.
He was imprisoned for twenty years, received the Hero of the Soviet Union, lived with us not long, but died in Cuba.
'Was it done in your instructions?'

'Sure. Trotsky before his death said of Stalin:
'He has found me even here.'
(Molotov - Chuev)

* * *

Stalin asked at meteorologists, what their percentage of accuracy of forecasts is.
'Forty percent, comrade Stalin'.
'Say the opposite, and then you will have sixty percent.

* * *

B. Berezhkov, Stalin's personal translator:

'I must admit that with all its disgusting qualities of Stalin had the ability to captivate his companions. He certainly was a great actor and could create an image of a charming, modest, unpretentious, even humans.

In the first weeks of the war, when it seemed that the Soviet Union was about to collapse, all senior foreign visitors, starting with Harry Hopkins, were set up quite pessimistically. But they left Moscow in full confidence that Russia would fight and eventually win.

But we had a really disastrous situation.
The enemy was moving inexorably eastward. Almost every night we had to hide in bomb shelters.
What prompted Hopkins, Harriman, Beaverbrook and other experienced and skeptical of politicians to change their point of view?
Just talk with Stalin.

Despite the seemingly hopeless situation, he could create an atmosphere of ease, peace of mind.
In the office, where there was silence, scarcely came the chime of the Kremlin chimes. the 'Master himself radiated benevolence, leisurely thoroughness, confidence.
It seemed as if nothing dramatic happens behind the walls of this room, nothing he was not worried.
He had a lot of time, he was ready to talk all night. And it hired.

His interlocutors were unaware that already measures are taking to evacuate Moscow, mined bridges and government buildings. That created the underground Regional Committee of the Capital, and the passport issued in fictitious names to its future employees.
What seemed to them so light-hearted boss Kremlin office are assessing various options in case of hasty departure of the Government in a safe place.

After the war he was in a moment of revelation he admitted that the situation was desperate. But now, cleverly hiding it behind a polite smile and outer equanimity.

Talking about the needs of the Red Army and industry, Stalin called not only the specific military equipment, weapons, but asked for equipment for businesses, entire factories.

Initially, his interlocutors were puzzled: their military experts claimed that Soviet resistance would collapse within the next four to five weeks. About the construction of new plants was out of the question.
It was risky even send weapons to the Russian because it could get into German hands.

But if Stalin asks plants, so he knows something about what they do not know of any experts or the politicians themselves.
And how to understand the Olympian calm of Stalin and his declaration to Hopkins, that if the Americans send aluminum, the USSR would be fighting at least four years?
Sure, Stalin knew better how things were doing here!

And Hopkins, Beaverbrook, Harriman assured Roosevelt and Churchill that the Soviet Union will endure and that it makes sense to begin the organization of military supplies steadfast ally.

Stalin was bluffing, but fortunately he was right.
Just as when, after visiting British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden, near Moscow front in the second half of December 1941, said:

'The Russian had been twice in Berlin and will be for the third time...'

* * *

'... Stalin during several years of war from time to time pestering the marshal with a question: why was he not arrested in 1937?
He did not have time to open his mouth, like Stalin strictly ordered,
' You can go!'
And so it was repeated until the end of the war.

The wife of the marshal after every such case he was preparing a bundle of warm clothes and bread, expecting that her husband was about to exile to Siberia.
he day of victory cme.
Stalin, being surrounded by generals, delivers a speech...

'We also had difficult times and joyful victory, but we always knew how to make a joke. Is not it, marshal...

And he applied to the unfortunate object of his 'jokes''.
( V. Berezhkov)

* * *

'Inside him something black was seen ..." (Gogol). Pages of history.
'He has a spot'
Who is he, the traitor-general secretary?
And drinking companions, pranksters of all ages and nations who dare to 'form a threesome' great millennial country gathered by selfless work and blood of many generations, blessed by Heaven...?

'No country but the entire Universe'...

And aggressively obedient majority said nothing?

'We are responsible not only for what we do, but for what that we do not t do!'

* * *

'It seems a miracle that from the vast steppes of the Soviet all the new masses of people and technology rose. It's like a great magician sculpts from Ural clays in any number of Bolshevik people and technology.'

'Das Schwarze Kopf', 1943

* * *

'When one asks:
'And what can you actually show?
And no connections will not help to make the leg a little, the soul - a big heart and just...'
( From the movie 'Cinderella')

* * *

'One who shoots at his past with a pistol, he shoots in the future from the gun.' (Wisdom).


'Withstood our system, the party, our people and, above all, the Russian people that Stalin was named the most outstanding nation of all nations of the Soviet Union.
And this was not a manifestation of great-power chauvinism, but it was the historical truth.

Stalin has a great understanding in the national question.
And rightly called the Russian people are the decisive force that broke the back of fascism. Stalin, as nobody knew the great historic mission and a heavy mission of the Russian people.
Dostoevsky wrote that the World unite peoples all mankind Russian heart may be more than the others intended...

Marshal Golovanov told me that he had never met a man who worried about the Russian people more than Stalin did

Our commanders tell me that Stalin before the battle, addressing, used to say,: 'Oh, God!' or 'Well, help the Lord!'

A writer Vladimir Soloukhin, who served during the war in the Kremlin, said, Stalin went out on the porch of. On the left Patriarch Alexy stood, on the right...'
' Probably, Molotov?' I asked.
'Metropolitan Krutitsky and Kolomna,' not batting, said Vladimir. What are you laughing? He priests respected. seminary education Affected...'
(Molotov - Chuev)

* * *


Escaping from the Vampiria, separating, protecting and strengthening, Joseph began to shake the remnants of it from the inside, depriving it of the basement, the appeal.

Oh, if the 'engineers of human souls' really helped him in this great God's work of constructing a new reality, multiply the harvest of the Lord!
And never dreamed of in an absolute majority with a 'fig in the pocket' of 'the rotting West.'

But somehow, managed to extract from the people inside a huge reserve of spiritual and creative strength, freeing them from the power of evil matter, serve Mammon.
Though they did not glorify the Creator out loud, but at every step subverted and debunked the Vampiria, thereby weakening the kingdom of darkness and indirectly working on the idea creator.

Even now the cultural stratum of the time continues to work for the Cause - the restoration of God-manhood, the weakening of the 'democratic' Vampiria.

Joseph quickly became disillusioned with class approach and realized that the slave, the proletarian was just turned inside out lord. And from time to time in the era of revolutions, they were simply reversed.
He returned internally to the religious origins of life, and may not depart from them.
Just for different reasons could not immediately declare this publicly.

He began to act, based not on class, national or 'universal' values, not even in the Marxist (though skillfully used in case of any dogma' and not only spiritual onesl.

He developed in the people a sense of duty, provided design.
The DEBT that was taken from the Father and that should be returned free of charge through serving the cause of the multiplication of the Lord's harvest.
Serving people in the highest sense of the word - the liberation of humanity from the evil power of quantitative infinity Mammon.

* * *

'What will happen with you without me, if the war began? he asked after the war, 'you are not interested in military affairs. Nobody is interested, does not know military affairs.'
What will happen to ypu? Imperialists will choke you.'

* * *

'Wolsky wrote to Stalin about the following:
'Dear Comrade Stalin, I consider it my duty to inform you that I do not believe in the success of the offensive. We have enough forces and resources for it.

I am convinced that we are not able to break through German defenses and perform assigned tasks.
That this whole operation could end in disaster. That such a catastrophe will cause incalculable consequences, will bring us losses, harmful impact on the whole situation of the country.
And then the Germans will be not only on the Volga, but for the Volga River'

Stalin ended discussion that they were doing, looked up at me and asked:

'Well, what do you think about this letter, Comrade Vasilevsky?'

I said that I was struck by this letter.

'What do you think about the upcoming action after read this letter?'

I said that the offensive should start on time, on my opinion, it would be successful.

'And how do you explain this letter?'

I said that I could not explain this letter.

'How would you evaluate the author of this letter?'

I replied that I thought Wolsky to be an excellent corps commander who was able to perform his tasks.

'And now, after this letter?' asked Stalin, 'can I leave it in the corps, in your opinion?

I have a few seconds thinking about it. Then I said that I personally found it impossible to remove the corps commander on the eve of the offensive and thought it was right to keep WolskY on his post.
But, of course, it is necessary to speak.

After a while WolskY was found.

Stalin took the receiver.

'Hello, Volsky. I read your letter. I did not show it to anyone about it nobody knows.
I think you misjudge our and their capabilities. I'm sure you can handle the tasks assigned to you and do everything so that your body has fulfilled all and succeeded.
Are you ready to do everything in your power to handle the requested task in front of you?

Obviously, the answer was that he was ready.

Then he said:

'I believe that you will accomplish your task, comrade Volsky. I wish you success.

He said it is absolutely calm, with full exposure.
I would even say that he spoke with Wolsky gently.

I must say that I saw Stalin in various forms and, without exaggerating, I can say that I know it inside and out. And if we talk about people who have suffered from him, I had suffered from him as anyone.
But to tell the truth, that there have been so, what was in this case.

After he finished speaking, he said that I can go to the front.

Volsky acted decisively and successfully, fully completed its task. When both united front in the Kalacha, a day or two after joining the first time I saw Volsky again.

I was still in the South-Western Front and reported to Stalin about connecting the front and on the organization of internal and external environment of the front. In this report he asked me how Wolsky and his body acted. I said as it was, that the body Wolsky and his commanding officer acted perfectly.

'Look here, comrade Vasilevsky,' Stalin said, if so, then I ask you to find out there on the front, anything so far to immediately reward on my behalf Volsky. Give him my thanks, reward him on my behalf and make it clear that the other awards he and others are to come.

After the call I thought what to reward Volsky with?
I had captured a German Walter and I ordered to attach an appropriate inscription to it. And when we met with Volsky, I congratulated him on his success, thanked them for good actions, gave him the words of Stalin, and on behalf of this gun.
We stood with Wolsky, looked at each other, and with him was such a shock that this man in my presence, he sobbed like a baby. "
(From the conversation of Konstantin Simonov with Marshal Vasilevsky)

* * *

'February 25, 1943 from Ulyanovsk Patriarchal Locum Tenens Metropolitan Sergius wrote to the Kremlin to Stalin.
'Believers in their desire to help the Red Army willingly responded to my call: to raise funds for the construction of a tank column name Dmitry Donskoy. Total collected about 6000000 rubles, and in addition, a large amount of gold and silver things.
Take the money as a gift from the clergy and faithful of the Russian Orthodox Church on the day of the anniversary of the Red Army.'

Stalin's reply to Sergius was sent at the same day:
'Please convey to the Orthodox clergy and believers who collected 6000000 rubles, gold and silver items for the construction of a tank column the name of Dmitry Donskoy, my sincere regards and gratitude to the Red Army.'

Straight from giving Karpov telephoned the Metropolitan Sergius and said that the Soviet Government was prepared to accept it, along with Metropolitan Alexy and Nicolay.

Two hours later Stalin took them to the Kremlin. At the interview but Karpov was present
(V.M. Molotov)

Stalin began the conversation by saying praises to patriotic activities of the Orthodox Church and noticed the fact that the front comes many letters with the approval of such a position of the clergy and believers.
Then he asked about the problems of the church.

Metropolitan Sergius noted that the main problem, that of the patriarch, highlighting the anomalous situation where this highest office 18 is not engaged, as well as long time the synod is absent.
All this, concluded Sergey, put as a priority of holding of a Local Council as soon as possible.

Stalin praised the conduct of the council.
He asked how would patriarch be called, when it can be council, we need a government assistance with transport, delivery of the participants, accommodation.
He offered financial support.

Sergius said that patriarch should be called Moscow' and of All Russia.
Stalin agreed to this.

Then Sergius said that for the preparation of the Council no less than one month will required.
That was a time of war; and it was impossible to gather all the bishops because difficulties in transportation around the country, etc.
Sergius rejected financial assistance.

When Sergei raised the question of the timing necessary for the preparation of the Council, Stalin asked:

'Can you show Bolshevik tempo?'

Referring to Karpov asked to help church leaders with a quick visit to the Council of Bishops, to draw for this aircraft, other transport.
Karpov assured Stalin that all necessary work would be conducted and the Counsil can be opened within three to four days. Here, Stalin and the Metropolitans agreed to appoint the opening of the Council on September 8.

The next question raised Sergius, was on the staff of priests.
Sharing the difficulties of their preparation, when when the theological schools, seminaries, academies ceased to exist, he said that it would be nice to open several diocesan Bible courses.
Stalin agreed and offered to open no courses, and theological academies and colleges.
At this Sergius and Metropolitan Alexy said that the opening of academies and schools until the church had no money.
After listening he said:
'As you wish, but the government will have no objection against the opening of seminaries and academies.

Sergius then appealed to Stalin about the necessity of issuing a monthly church magazine. As well as opening additional parishes in the dioceses, noting that they remain insufficient to meet the needs of believers.
In this regard, he said that it was desirable to give the authority to address these issues to the local councils and diocesan administration.
Stalin said that there would be not obstacles.

The Patriarchal Locum Tenens touched on such issues as the release of bishops, clergy, exiled, camps and prisons. And also the
possibility to serve, to move freely around the country to the priests who have served sentences in prison.

Stalin invited Karpov to study this issue and Sergius to prepare a list of priests who were imprisoned.
Sergius highlighted the importance of the discovery in the dioceses of candle factories, workshops on making church utensils.

Stalin did not object.
He assured that the church may well rely on Peoples Control Of the USSR.
Metropolitan Sergius asked to transfer the church Igumen academy at the Novodevichy Convent in Moscow to accommodate the patriarchy. It was suggested and requested help with transportation.
As for products, they are asked not to worry: all you need to buy on the market.

Stalin replied that the old Igumen academy was not well suited for placing the patriarchy: it is damp, cold, dark.
Therefore, the government, thinking about all of this, concluded to give the church another room, where you can enter tomorrow.

This is former residence of German Ambassador Shullenburg in Clean Lane with all furniture.

'The building of our own, Soviet,' Stalin specifically specified.'

The witness of M. Lobanov.

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