King beareth not the Sword in vain
The salute in Moscow at the day the victory's parade. June, 24, 1945

Yulia Ivanova

King beareth not the Sword in vain

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Present: The AG (Angel-Guardian), the AD (Angel-Destroyer).
Witnesses: Zhukov, Gromyko, I.Konev, Ivan Grozny. Molotov, S. Levanevsky.

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'From the chief designers, directors, military factories, many of whom he knew personally, Stalin demanded the production of models of aircraft, tanks, artillery and other essential equipment in a timely manner that they have the quality not only at the level of foreign but also surpassed them.

Without the approval of Stalin, as I said, no single weapon was taken or removed.
On the one hand, it infringed upon the initiative of People's Commissar of Defense and his deputy in charge of the Red Army.
However, on the other hand, we should recognize that such a procedure in many cases, helped to rapidly deploy into production or that a new model of military equipment.

I am often asked whether Stalin was an outstanding military thinker in the field of construction of the armed forces and expert operational and strategic issues?

I can firmly say that Stalin possessed the basic principles of organization of front-line operations and groups of fronts and lead them with knowledge, well versed in the big strategic issues.
These abilities of Stalin, as Supreme Commander, were opened especially since the Battle of Stalingrad.

The manual of the armed struggle in general I. In Stalin helped his natural intelligence, experience, political leadership, a rich insight and broad knowledge.
He was able to find the main link in the strategic environment and, catching it, confront the enemy, to this or that offensive.
He was certainly worthy of the Supreme Commander.'
(Marshal Zhukov).

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'Stalin liked music. Concerts, which were held in the Kremlin, especially with vocalists, he viewed with great interest, applauded the performers.
And he loved strong voices, male and female ones.
Enthusiastically he, I saw this, listened to classical music when I was sitting at the piano, our pianist Emil Gilels.
He spoke enthusiastically about some of the soloists of the Bolshoi Theater, for example, about Ivan Kozlovsky.

I remember how, during a performance of Kozlowski at a concert some members of the Politburo were loudly expressing a wish that he sang a folk song provocative.
Stalin quietly, but loudly said:

"Why click on a friend Kozlowski. Let him do what he wants.
And he wants to perform an aria Lensky from Tchaikovsky 'Eugene Onegin'.

They all laughed, including Kozlowsky. He sang the aria immediately Lenski. Stalinist humor are perceived with pleasure. "
(A. Gromyko).

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'Stalin repeatedly interrupted us and said, 'Sit down,' Then he said to himself in third person,

'Do you want to assign to Stalin title of Generalissimo.
Why is it necessary to Stalin? Comrade Stalin does not need it.
Comrade Stalin has authority without it.

That you need a title for prestige. Comrade Stalin does not need any titles for authority.

Just think, found the title for Stalin - Generalissimo. Chiang Kai-shek is Generalissimo Franco is Generalissimo.
Needless to say, a good company for Comrade Stalin.

You are marshals, and I'm marshal. Do you want me to put out the marshals? In some generalissimo?
What is the title? Translate it for me.

They had to carry various historical books and statutes, and explain that this was the fourth time in the history of the Russian army after Menshikov and someone else and Suvorov.

In the end he agreed.
But this whole scene was very typical of the behavior of Stalin's contradictory to any neglect of brilliance to any formal servility and at the same time extreme arrogance to hide behind that modesty, which is worse than pride.'
(From the conversations of Konstantin Simonov with Marshal Konev).

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From the speech of Stalin at a Kremlin reception in honor of the commanders of the Red Army (May 24, 1945):

'I would like to raise a toast to the health of our Soviet people and, above all, the Russian people.
( Stormy, prolonged applause and shouts of 'Hurrah!)/

I drink primarily for the health of the Russian people because it is the most outstanding nation of all nations of the Soviet Union.

I raise a toast to the health of the Russian people because in the war generally it deserve recognition as the leading force of the Soviet Union among all the peoples of our country.

I raise a toast to the health of the Russian people, not only because it is the leading people, but also because it has a clear mind, a staunch character and patience ...

Our government made many mistakes.
There were moments of despair in 1941-1942, when our army was retreating, leaving their native villages and towns we Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Leningrad Region, the Baltic, the Lithuanian-Finnish Republic. It left because there was no other choice.

Sometimes people would say to the Government, you have not met our expectations, go away. We will put another government that makes peace with Germany, and will give us peace.

But Russian people did not do that, because he believed in the correctness of the policy of their Government. And he went to the victim, to ensure the defeat of Germany.
And this trust of the Russian people the Soviet government was the decisive force, which provided a historic victory over the enemy of mankind - fascism.

Thanks to it, Russian people, for that trust!

To the health of the Russian people!
( Loud and prolonged applause).

* * *


'Come out of her, my people!'
'Deliver us from evil!'

THE IRON CURTAIN was the wall, a fence of the army of darkness.
Joseph, pastor or Caesar of his unchurched people fulfilled the command from above.

'Where I will find you, there you will be judged'

Death would find people on the battlefield in defense of the Orthodox country, in the field, in workshops, the writing and drawing table.
They said so,
'He died on duty.'

"And in camps,' hemmed the AD, 'And in the dungeons of the Lubyanka..."

" Allow to respond to your cue, the son of darkness, by extracts from the First Epistle of Ivan the Terrible Andrew Kurbsky:

" The Apostle said:
'ti some some have compassion, distinguishing them, others save with fear, snatching them out of the fire.'
Do you see that the Apostle commands to save by fear?
Even at the time of the pious kings one can find a lot of cases of the most severe punishment.
Surely you on your crazy mind, believing that the king must always act the same regardless of the time and circumstances.

'King is terrible not for cases of good and for evil.
Like it or not to be afraid of power, so do good;
And if you do evil, be afraid, for king bearith not the sword in vain to frighten the villains and cheer the virtuous...'

I will interrupt myself to accurately quote a passage from Romans, Chapter 13, which says the Terrible:

'For rulers are not a terror to good works but to evil. Will you not fear the government? Do good and you will have praise from it;

For he is the minister of God to thee for good. If you do evil be afraid, for he does beareth not the sword in vain: he was the minister of God, in wrath that doeth evil.

Wherefore ye need to be subject, not only for wrath, but also for conscience sake."

"That is, until the demands of Caesar inscribed in the heart correspond to the law or conscience. As long as you do not need to give to Caesar the gods.

"Look at all this and think about what happens when management multiple authority and polyarchy.
For there were kings obedient to the diocese and dignitaries, and as these countries have been killed!
Will you advise to us to come to the same death?

And in that piety is not to run the kingdom, and the villains are not kept in check, and pay for the looting of stranger
Or will you tell me that they obey to the instructions of the saints?
This is good and useful!

But one thing: to save your soul, and another thing to take care of bodies and souls of many people;
One thing is hermitage, a different is monkhood, another is priestly power, and the third thing is tsarist government.

Our Lord Jesus Christ said:
'If a kingdom is divided, it cannot stand.'
Who can make war against the enemy, if his kingdom torn by internecine strife?
How can tree blossom if it has dried out the roots?

So is here: untill in the kingdom would not be proper order, where will military courage come from?
If the leader does not strengthen the standing army, the more likely it will be defeated than win.
And you, defying all these thing, praise only courage, but the fact that courage is based on something - this is for you is not important; you, it turns out, not only to strengthen the courage, but it undermines itself.
And it turns out that you are nobody, you're a traitor in the house.
And in military affairs you do not understand anything, if you want to strengthen the courage of arbitrariness and internecine battles, but this is impossible ...

But punishment and disgrace waits for traitors everywhere; in the country where you go, you learn more about it.

And for that your service, as mentioned above, you are worthy of many executions and disgrace.

But we punished you kindly; if we punish you as you deserved, you would not be able to get away from us to our enemy. If we do not trust you, you would not have been sent to our suburban town and would not be able to escape.

But we, trusting you, sent you to your patrimony. And you, by canine custom, betrayed.

On vain purposes we do not decide anything and do not and on shaky ground with his feet do not get.
But as far as we have enough strength to strive hard decisions, leaning down to solid ground, we stand firmly."

* * *

"Well, if you recall the page of history about the devastated country as a result of a terrible betrayal, about the innumerable calamities which have just begun, and it is not clear how this will end ...
In any case, not for us to judge Joseph.

Shakespeare said,

'Out of pity I must be harsh.

Misery started, get ready for new ones...'

Now they die in a house of prostitution at drinking or gaming table, a bullet envious, less stole competitor, the counting of bank interest rates...

By the way, the Creator forbids lending money at interest. Before people died for metal, and these but now for zeros and the bits of paper...

I'm sure that thousands and millions of 'comrades' who are not predators, prostitutes, drug addicts and slaves to Mammon will come to witness for Joseph at the Judgment.
That the Lord forgives him for the blood spilled for the sake of generations to come.
Forgive woodcutter for 'splinters flying in all directions' in the name of the saved for the kingdom of the'country of dreamers and scientists'.
Which was suitable for the Heaven by its outlook sacrificial service high-end, chastity, selfishness...
Whicj simply unaware at times that all these years, a desperate battle with a vampire, and the heroism of selfless work invisibly standing next to the Lord as evidenced by the great victory of good fruit.
For 'without me ye can do nothing'.

Where the feeble men would never survive (let us, at least, to the present time, a terrible orgy of evil, psychotronic warfare, and other poisons), Joseph defended his people from the so-called 'democracy'.

Which Nobel called 'the dictatorship of the scum'.

Joseph saved no children, not slaves, not even mercenaries of the Creator; he saved the orphan, the lost, fallen, scattered ...

He saved by persecutions, scourge, prison, blood and tears, but he saved!

He saved them often at the behest of Heaven, the Lord once insane Saul, the persecutor of Christians.
Blinding, plunging to the ground, but putting on the road.

The question of Dostoyevsky about 'innocent tortured child' is solved only in eternity release.
In the kingdom where God allows innocent victims of the fullness of life in the light, where there will be no tears.
And all will be forgotten, as a new mother forgets the pain of, for "born into the world."

* * *

'In the new Red Army must be vigilant to protect the peaceful constructive labor of the Soviet people, to provide reliable national interests of the Soviet Union and make inaccessible to the enemies of our homeland borders.'
(J. Stalin)

* * *

' Why were Tupolev,, Stechkin, Korolev imprisoned?

'They all were imprisoned. They talked too much. And the circle of their acquaintances, as one would expect... They do not support us...

Much of our Russian intelligentsia was closely associated with the prosperous peasants, who kulak's mood, a country of peasants.

That Tupolev could be dangerous enemy.
He has close connections with hostile intellectuals.
And if he helped the enemy, and yet thanks to his authority draws others who do not want to understand, though, and thinks that it is useful to the Russian people... And people fall into a false position.
Tupolevs - they were at one time a very serious issue for us.
For a while they were opposed, and still had time to get them closer to the Soviet regime.

Ivan Petrovich Pavlov told students, 'That's because of who we have time bad!' And pointed to the portraits of Lenin and Stalin. This is an open enemy is easy to understand. With such a peoson as Tupolev, it was more difficult.

Tupolev from the category of intellectuals who really need the Soviet state, but in thier heart they were against.
And through the personal relationships they are dangerous and disintegrating work was carried, and even if they were not, then breathed it.
But they could not do otherwise!

What Tupolev? Of Lenin's closest friends, no one around him in the end does not remain sufficiently loyal to Lenin and the Party except Stalin.
And Lenin criticized Stalin.

Now Tupolev is famous, this is one thing, and then after a negative attitude to the intelligentsia of the Soviet regime.
Here we must find a way to capture this business.

Tupolev put behind bars, ordered the secret police: it provides them with the best conditions, feeding cake, all that we can, more than anyone else, but do not let go.
Let them work, construct military things the country require, they are needed people.
Not propaganda, but by thir personal influence they are dangerous.

And do not ignore the fact that in this difficult time they may become particularly dangerous, too, is impossible. Without this policy not be enough.
His hands are not able to build communism.

Sigismund Levanevsky spoke,
'Comrade Stalin, I want to make an official statement. I think Tupolev to be a wrecker. I am convinced that he deliberately makes planes that fail at the crucial moment.

In depth training in this case, the technical, I think, above Tupolev is higher Ilyushin. Culture of Tupolev above, I think.
Between them was a competition. Ilyushin wanted to aircraft under the guidance of the Communist were no worse and maybe better than the not a member of the party Tupolev...

But there were also cases such as with Kapitsa. I had to stop him in the Soviet Union.
He wanted to go to England, back to one of the international congresses, and we offered him to stay in the Soviet Union.
He half-heartedly accepted it. But never on this occasion did not express publicly, at least some displeasure.

'I was told that Ivan Petrovich Pavlov also objected to Kapitza went abroad.

Pavlov reminded him against whom he will work in England - against Russia! Although Pavlov did not like the Communists...'

'He did not like, 'Molotov agreed.'

'And there was a Russian patriot.'

'Of course. He told me about it me when we sat down with him:
'I know the countryside well and watch what comes out of your experiment - he called collectivization an experiment. I know a good peasant, I know that he can moan and say nothing, but suddenly he wants to return to the past on your farms, what do you do?'
( Molotov - Chuev).

* * *

'At the cemetery we spent half an hour and went to the house on Granovsky Street, where we commemorated Pauline Semyonovna.
'I had a great fortune,' Molotov said at the table before the guests, 'that she was my wife.'
She was both beautiful and intelligent, and most importantly, a real Bolshevik, a real Soviet woman.
For her life was not good due to the fact that she was my wife.

She suffered in difficult times but she understood everything and not only did not scold Stalin, and did not want to listen to when he was criticized. For he that detractors of Stalin will eventually be discarded as alien element to our party and our people.'
(Molotov - Chuev).

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