The capture of mail and telegraph in revolutionary Petrograd was organized not by Lenin, but by General Potapov in conjunction with Stalin and Dzerzhinsky, said Igor Panarin, a professor and head of the InfoSpetsnaz association. His version of how patriotic tsarist generals took power from Kerensky and transferred it to the II Congress of Soviets, was Trotsky an agent of MI6, who stopped the Masonic white movement and what is the secret of Stalin’s birth, Panarin told in an interview with BUSINESS Online.
“PRZHEVALSKY AND STALIN WAS JUST A PHENOMENAL MEMORY”
- Igor Nikolaevich, today is the 101st anniversary of the Great October Revolution. Most recently, you presented your vision of the causes and hidden mechanisms of 1917, where you mentioned that the October coup could be organized with the help of patriotic generals. In this case, you proceed from the assumption that Joseph Stalin was the illegitimate son of the traveler Nikolai Przhevalsky. What is the basis for such a bold hypothesis?
- For the first time about the striking resemblance of Joseph Stalin and Nikolai Przhevalsky I had a chance to think a few years ago in St. Petersburg. I passed by the monument to him, which is installed in the Alexander Garden. A married couple of 40 years old walked behind me, in appearance, tourists, and I heard my wife say to my husband: “Oh, look, they put a monument to Stalin!” I turned to them and said: “This is not Stalin.” “And who?” They were surprised. “Przhevalsky”.
But I remember that I was struck by the difficultly explainable resemblance of the great traveler to the “leader of nations”: the same recognizable profile, lush mustaches, freely stretched shoulders with generals epaulets, which, when viewed from afar, can be mistaken for generalissimo epaulets. Of course, there is no documentary evidence of the blood relationship between Przhevalsky and Stalin. No archival information with stamps has been preserved … However, when I became interested in this topic, I received information from a person I trust — that Nikolai Mikhailovich Przhevalsky really rested in Gori in the early spring of 1878, and stopped for a rest just there where Ekaterina Geladze, the future mother of Stalin, served as a maid. However, disputes about where Przhevalsky could have a rest in this time interval (winter-spring of 1878) are still going on, but Gori is one of the supposed places. And why then not to allow that the famous scientist, who possessed a charismatic and attractive male appearance, could get carried away by the still young 20-year-old Ekaterina Geladze?
Let us recall who Przewalski is. He is not just a researcher and discoverer, he is also an outstanding Russian intelligence officer, Major General of the Russian General Staff, who has repeatedly carried out delicate instructions from the government. At the same time, in his risky expeditions to Central Asia no one died, which is absolutely unique for the history of great geographical discoveries.
Another characteristic detail: both Przhevalsky and Stalin had a phenomenal memory. Joseph Vissarionovich unmistakably knew the names, first names and patronymic names of all the commanders of his divisions, and there were about 2,000 of them in the Great Patriotic War. As for Nikolai Mikhailovich, he, being a global intelligence officer, had to simply keep a lot of information in his head, because during his movements in Central Asia, not everything could be taken on a pencil. You understand that not everything could be fixed on paper — it was necessary to memorize and only then recover.
The third point: I studied the life path of the future leader of the peoples and came to the conclusion that if his fate were allowed to flow, then without the support of certain forces it would be unlikely Stalin would become Stalin. If, however, to accept my concept, then everything in the life of this unusual person somehow decomposes on the shelves and it becomes extremely clear.
I remember how back in the Soviet Union I read the wonderful memoirs of Lieutenant General Alexei Ignatiev “Fifty years in the ranks.” I was far from thinking that Stalin might be the son of Przhevalsky, but I was already struck by how a brilliant aristocrat, a man who belonged to one of the key princely families of imperial Russia, Ignatiev, and his brother, in the future, formed the basis of Stalin’s personal intelligence. . Why? Recall that his father, Alexey Pavlovich Ignatiev, was the governor and at the same time adhered to extreme right-wing views. And his uncle, Nikolai Pavlovich Ignatiev, who without a single shot attached the vast lands of the Far East to the empire, was the minister of internal affairs of the empire and, in fact, one of the founders of the “Sacred squad”, a secret monarchical structure, organized soon after the assassination of Emperor Alexander II in 1881 to fight the revolutionary terror. His nephews, whom I have already mentioned, became key residents of the Russian military intelligence in Paris and Bern and provided tremendous support to Stalin. One cannot help asking about the existence of some new plot lines of interaction both in the life of Ignatiev and in the life of Joseph Vissarionovich, which we do not know about and which are not visible on the surface.
If we assume that the version of Stalin’s origin is not entirely groundless, then the picture is added up and all the details find their puzzles: February and October 1917, further events, and even the Bernese duel of Allen Dulles . ) with Stirlitz ( events connected with secret negotiations between the representative of the “allies” Dulles and the highest SS ranks, formed the basis of “Seventeen Moments of Spring, — ed. ). By the way, there is a version that Stirlitz is a collective image of the Ignatiev brothers and their residency, which was created in Europe and worked brilliantly in Switzerland.Only a limited number of people could manage this residency — this has been the custom since the late 19th century. At a certain point, the key to the European residency was handed over to Stalin, because, from my point of view, he was the son of an outstanding Przewalski intelligence officer, who was among the other dignitaries in the Sacred Squad.
So, in all of this — the reasons for the success of Stalin in 1917 and in his struggle with Leon Trotsky (Leyboy Bronstein), who was recruited by the British intelligence MI-6 even when he was in the United States. No one — neither Vladimir Lenin, nor other famous revolutionaries — had such powerful support as Joseph Vissarionovich.
“ I remember, I was struck by this difficultly explainable resemblance of a great traveler to the“ leader of nations ”: the same recognizable profile, lush mustaches, free shoulders.
“ INSIDE MILITARY EXPLORATION AND INSIDE THE MIA A GROUP OF PATRIOTS-PROFESSIONALS FORMED”
- If Stalin was aware of his origin, why did he hide it? Among the revolutionary Bolsheviks, noble blood was not considered shameful: Lenin, Chicherin, Zhdanov, Dzerzhinsky, and Malenkov, etc., belonged to a noble class.
- I think this is the second or third level of depth. After 1905 it became clear that the country was moving towards radical changes. In this regard, it seems to me, a line of duplication of the empire began to line up, but literally a few people were devoted to these processes. Stalin himself was dedicated only around 1912. This is my point, you can argue with that. It is possible that until 1912 he owned some information, but he did not have a complete picture. He was not attracted, took care not to “light up” before times. But recall that there were predictions of seers who warned that 36 years after 1881, catastrophic events could occur in Russia ( according to 36-year historical cycles recorded in Russian history since the death of the king-reformer: 1881, 1917, 1953, 1989 — Ed. ). Therefore, not only British, masons and similar public prepared ahead of time for the Russian 1917, but, as I believe, two patriotic structures within the Russian Empire. They prepared their own course of action, which worked in October 1917.
- Speaking of the “two patriotic structures,” we mean first of all the military intelligence corps?
- Yes, military intelligence, but not only. In the past, I had an interesting experience — I taught four years at the Academy of Management of the Ministry of Internal Affairs to senior management and the personnel reserve of the minister. To make my lectures look more interesting, I tried to study as much as possible the works and materials on the pre-revolutionary activities of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Russian Empire. The fact is that those structures that are now called FSB, FSO, etc., were part of the Tsarist Ministry of the Interior at that time. In the same place, there was an offensive intelligence, which was called so. When in 1906 Peter Stolypin (by the way, he also belonged to the “Sacred Squad”) became the Minister of the Interior, he ordered the service of foreign intelligence to find out what the external sources of the First Russian Revolution were. The main conclusion that was made from this investigation: the masons provided most of the funds for the revolution. As far as I can tell, at this moment a group of professional patriots formed in military intelligence and inside the Ministry of Internal Affairs who were worried about the fate of the empire. It was they who built the model of action in a crisis situation. We all remember that in the Security Department (a structure within the Ministry of Internal Affairs, which was in charge of political investigation — ed. ), Attempts were made to take control of the revolutionary movement. But the main emphasis was still on the development of their own scenario in case of a crisis and the collapse of the empire. The main thing — in no case should this scenario “shine”.
- Stolypin was dedicated to this?
“Why do you think he was killed?” Gendarme Lieutenant Colonel Georgy Metz summarized all the data of intelligence intelligence and European residency. On this basis, a report was prepared to Emperor Nicholas II . The study of Metz was called “On the Essence and Goals of the World Society of Frank-Masons”. In addition to the lieutenant colonel, Rataev, head of the cordon intelligence, actively participated in collecting information for the report (he prepared a separate note in which he noted “the serious anti-state significance of the revival of Freemasonry in Russia and the need for a special fight against him” — ed. ). It was assumed that the main blow to the Masonic chain, both external and internal, was to be inflicted back in 1911. The king went on holiday to the Crimea, and Stolypin, already being prime minister, reported to him that the relevant document was ready and it was necessary to take action. Nicholas II gave his prior consent to this, but asked to wait for his return from the Crimea: they say, then we will begin.
Let me remind you that Pyotr Arkadyevich Stolypin was killed in Kiev, when the king and his family returned from the Crimea and attended the celebrations of the opening of the monument to Alexander II there . In principle, they could have killed the sovereign, but it was Stolypin who, according to legend, already being seriously wounded, crossed over Nicholas II in the box and said that he was “happy to die for the king.” A few days later, the royal prime minister passed away. Thus, the Freemasons and the British blocked the line of investigation undertaken by Metz and Ratayev.Subsequently, practically all the officers and generals involved in it were gradually removed from the system of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. But the last one who had to do with the story of the death of the tsarist prime minister was condemned by Stalin in 1937 as an enemy of the people, but in fact for participating in the organization of Stolypin’s murder.
Due to the interaction of offensive intelligence with Russian military intelligence, a kind of synthesis of incoming information, personnel, and people was formed. They provided a backup scenario for saving the country. One line worked to overcome the internal resistance in the empire and to make the king more resolute. But the emperor was not very decisive, so the second line came into effect.
“ Yes, in Moscow, the Kremlin seized the cadets and fired guns, but I emphasize that in 95 percent of large cities everything went very peacefully”
“ IN 89 OF 97 RUSSIA’S MAJOR CITIES, AUTHORITIES PASSED TO BOLSHEVIKS WITHOUT A SINGLE SHOT”
- Do you think that in February 1917 the masons seized power in Russia? But a considerable number of members of the Provisional Government did not even conceal their belonging to the Masonic lodges: neither Kerensky, nor Miliukov, nor Prince Lvov. If Freemasonry was a global structure, the scope of which went far beyond the borders of the Russian Empire, how could two small patriotic organizations, albeit connected with intelligence, manage to outwit it?
- I think this is one of the global secrets, which, until the end, may never be unraveled. When we studied in the Soviet school, we were told about the genius Lenin, who on the night of October 25, 1917 seized mail and telegraphs. But was Lenin, who had just returned to Petrograd from Finland, capable of this? By the way, this year we are celebrating the centenary of the Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU). But it did not arise out of nowhere. My version is that on October 24–25, special detachments of forces were operating in the capital of the Russian Empire, which would later receive the names of the GRU. And then it was a military intelligence led by General Nikolai Potapov. After all, someone had to prepare everything, and Potapov, as an experienced Russian intelligence officer, an employee of the head department of the General Staff, was ideally suited for this role. As for Lenin, he did not participate at all in the preparation of these raids — at first he was in Razliv, then he moved to Helsingfors ( modern Helsinki - ed.), From there — to Vyborg. Military-political decisions were made mainly by Stalin and Felix Dzerzhinsky. Felix Edmundovich during these periods of time generally preferred to act in conjunction with Stalin.
In the summer of 1918, a British conspiracy was exposed in Moscow (the so-called Lockhart case, as a result of which the head of the British mission, Robert Lockhart, was detained and expelled from the RSFSR together with the famous intelligence officer Sydney Reilly and others; as Soviet newspapers wrote of the time, the conspiracy was eliminated , led by British-French diplomats, aimed at organizing the seizure, with the help of bribing parts of the Soviet troops, the Council of People’s Commissars and the proclamation of a military dictatorship in Moscow ” — ed. ). Everything was explained simply: when the British realized that they had been beaten, they began to deploy the Civil War in Russia, with the help of Fanny Kaplan, they tried to remove Lenin and put their agent Trotsky in his place. Thus, they decided to completely take control of the situation again, as it did in February 1917, when British Ambassador George Buchanan did not hesitate to give directives to the “Angloman” and member of the Provisional Government, Pavel Milyukov. However, a bunch of Stalin — Dzerzhinsky did not give them the opportunity to realize their intentions.
How did you manage to beat the British? This is still one of the historical secrets. The script itself in October 1917 came as a complete surprise to them. Suffice it to say that in 89 of the 97 major cities of Russia, the power passed to the Bolsheviks without a single shot. Yes, in Moscow, the Kremlin seized the cadets and fired guns, but I emphasize that in 95 percent of large cities everything went very peacefully. In St. Petersburg, according to some sources, everything was limited to only 6 wounded, who did not climb over the lattice of the Winter Palace too successfully.Otherwise, it was a unique special operation. The technologies applied then and today are very important, and they sometimes “shoot out” in the form of the reunification of Russia and the Crimea or protection from the aggression of South Ossetia.
I’ll digress a little: in 2009 I had the opportunity to speak at a high level in China — advisers to the top officials of the PRC attended my presentation. I remember I was asked: why in August 2008 Russia acted as it acted? I replied that, yes, American intelligence expected something completely different from us. They corrected me from the audience: not only American, but also Chinese intelligence believed so. That is, we were expected to “merge” everything and we would not interfere. And we not only “intervened”, but almost reached Tbilisi.
However, compared to 1917, this is a smaller scale.But 101 years ago we were dealing with a very serious tangle of conspiracies: the first was a palace plot (behind which stood the grand dukes), the second — a Masonic plot, the third — a liberal one, finally — the treachery of the Tsarist generals (Nikolai Ruzsky, Mikhail Alekseev, Lavr Kornilov and so forth). And suddenly — a little more than half a year passes, the October revolution begins, and the situation changes drastically. It is even amazing how this became possible. I think that this could not have happened without the support of higher powers in some measure. However, the higher forces are good, but without the professionalism of specific special detachments, which in October 1917 seized mail, telegraph, stations and bridges, nothing would have happened either. If a lot of blood had begun to flow and everything had turned into serious clashes, the scenario would have turned out to be completely different. But the perfect calculation worked,which allowed to achieve full results with minimal losses. The country, at least, has embarked on a path of more positive development than has been prepared for it by freemasons.
Let me remind you that even the masons-Decembrists planned to divide Russia into 15 parts, and their plans were partially realized only in 1991. This plan has not yet been canceled: Masons operate for long historical periods and continue to bend their line. But I believe that, in contrast to them, a global state-patriotic elite has arisen, which does not always operate in an open mode. And Stalin was the project of this elite.
“ When the British realized that powerful unknown forces were playing against them in the person of Lenin, they organized an attempt on his life on August 30, 1918”
“ LENINA HAS BEEN OFFERED THE ROLE OF THE LEADER, FIRST PERSON. IF IT DOESN’T SUCCESS, WE WILL TAKE YOU, TOLD HIM ”
- The first attempt to overthrow the Provisional Government was made in July 1917. After the defeat of the Bolshevik speech, which, by the way, ended in a serious bloodshed (it is believed that about 400 people died in Petrograd) Lenin and other prominent Bolsheviks flee to Finland. It turns out that from July to October of the 17th Stalin remains on the household in the party?
- Yes, but let’s not forget Dzerzhinsky, whose role I have already mentioned. In fact, Stalin was in charge of everything, but if we look at his entire previous life, we will understand that taking mail, telegraph, etc., is not his profile at all. There is read the key role of General Potapova and other less public representatives of military intelligence ( according to official figures, General Potapov long before October he offered his services to the Bolsheviks through a friend of youth, a member of the RSDLP Mikhail Kedrov — Ed..). Potapov, Stalin and Dzerzhinsky determined the course of the main events in October 1917, but at the same time the organizers of the coup had the wisdom not to bring Joseph Vissarionovich to the fore. I think it was right. At that time, the external forces were still extremely strong, and Lenin was to play the role of an intermediate transitional figure. He handled her perfectly.
- Did Lenin be privy to his role, or did he, as they say, use “in the dark”?
- I believe that he was not fully dedicated. The wheel of events, launched in the winter of 1917, seemed to give him the opportunity to leave the game. He returned to Russia from Switzerland only in April, and after about a month Trotsky arrived. Lev Davydovich was taken out of America by the British, having previously recruited him — he was for them a kind of backup option if Kerensky suddenly had something wrong. In this case, the revolutionary Russia, according to the British, was to be headed by Trotsky. In connection with this patriotic forces, Lenin was chosen as a counter-project, since Stalin was not yet a well-known polemicist and was not considered an ideological leader. Vladimir Ilyich was needed as a counterweight to Trotsky’s MI-6 agent.
When the British realized that powerful unknown forces were playing against them in the person of Lenin, they organized an attempt on his life on August 30, 1918. But even that took them time. They were stunned by October and could not understand who the true organizer of this process was. And then they initiate several counter-attacks: in the spring, the uprising of the Czechoslovak Corps begins, then almost simultaneously — the “Lockcard case” and the shot of Fanny Kaplan. Stalin was still in the shadows at that time, so they did not hit him.
- It is known that in October 1917 a large part of the Bolsheviks headed by Kamenev and Zinoviev were against the coup, referring to the fact that the bourgeois revolution had not yet exhausted itself and the Communists had nothing to do in the government. And only Lenin practically forced the Bolsheviks to take power.
- Yes, in this context, the positive role of Lenin is difficult to deny. Especially since he could, relatively speaking, go into the bushes, and such an opportunity he had until the last moment. I think that he was offered the role of the leader, the first man. And in case they did not succeed … “We will take you out of Petrograd,” they could assure him. On the night of October 24, not only the Aurora was stationed at the Petrograd embankments, which stood at the Nikolayevsky Bridge — there were also ships of the Baltic Fleet: two minelayers Amur and Khoper, the yacht Zarnitsa, training ship Verny and the battleship “Dawn of Freedom”, on board which were about 3 thousand sailors. These were the escape routes in case of failure. In the case of luck — “you become the head of the Soviet government.” One way or about could say Lenin.And Vladimir Ilyich made a strong-willed political decision to take this risk in conjunction with Stalin. This also deserves respect.
- If you stick to your version, how did Major General Potapov manage to establish contact with Stalin? Only due to the fact that the future leader of the peoples, perhaps, was the son of Przhevalsky? Or did Joseph Vissarionovich have experience in the tsarist secret police, as liberal historians have repeatedly written about it?
- First of all, let’s look at the identity of Nikolai Potapov. This is a brilliant intelligence officer who was a military intelligence officer in Korea during the Russian-Japanese war. He was an assistant military agent in Vienna, then a resident in Montenegro and, in fact, attended two theaters of military operations — in Asia and in Europe and Balkans. I think that at a certain point there were people (perhaps, Field Marshal General, Count Dmitry Milyutin or someone else), who brought Potapov to Stalin. I suppose that this happened on the territory of Abkhazia, and it was not for nothing that Stalin’s beloved summer residence was there afterwards.
- And when could this happen?
- I think that in the range of 1910–1917, especially since the beginning of the 1914 war. When the British managed to draw the Russian empire into a global imperialist conflict, it became clear that events were beginning to develop in a crisis direction, including on the domestic political front. Most likely, it was during this period that the backup scenario began to be actively worked out in case of the fall of the empire. For everything about everything remained less than three years.
- And who of the royal generals, except Potapov, could enter into the patriotic conspiracy of 1917? You mentioned Ignatieff, but this is a very high level. Who else?
- They call the generals Alexander Verkhovsky ( War Minister of the Provisional Government, Commander of the Red Army, shot in 1938 — editor’s note ), Mikhail Bonch-Bruyevich ( future Soviet division commander, died in 1956 — editor’s note ), Alexey Manikovsky (he was arrested in the Winter Palace, together with the ministers of the Provisional Government, but almost immediately released, became the head of the central supply department in the Red Army and headed the army academy, died in 1920 — editor’s note ), Vladimir Cheremisov ( emigrated, died in France after 1937 — approx. pcs. ) and so on. Let us not forget that most Potapov had two brothers.
Or recall Konstantin Globachev, head of the Petrograd security department. Back in January 1917, he addressed the royal Interior Minister Alexander Protopopov with a secret report and the demand for the arrest of practically all future members of the Provisional Government. “The political moment resembles the eve of 1905,” Globachev states. What does this indicate? The fact that counterintelligence had a complete picture of what was happening. After all, what is the post of the head of the Security Department? In modern terms, this is the head of counterintelligence. This is a man in whose hands even a month before the February Revolution there were all the threads and all the names of the conspirators! But they did not listen to him. And then there is a coup. How should Globachev act after that? I thinkthat as a patriotic officer, he could well help the fight against the Freemasons, but he was most likely prevented from imprisonment in the “Crosses” (St. Petersburg secret police chief was released only shortly before the events of October — approx. ed. ). Being in exile, Globachev published a book, The Truth About the Russian Revolution, where he mentioned that he was ready to arrest Kerensky back in 1915, but he was also not allowed to do so.
That is, in Russia, shortly before the revolution, a patriotic field was formed, a certain circle of statists, who sometimes acted in concert and sometimes not. But it gave its synergistic effect, which led to October.
“ THE FAMOUS OPERATION OF THE POTAPOVA“ TRUST ”BUYED THE MASONA WHITE MOVEMENT”
“But the generals, even if they conceived a coup in the autumn of 1917, could hardly take power into their own hands.” Let us recall what was then the attitude of the overwhelming majority of society to the top generals. And then they decided to transfer power to the Bolsheviks?
- They came from the existing reality. Not from the fact that they need to create, relatively speaking, the party “Great Russia” and solemnly hand over to it the reins of government. There was simply no time for that. Intelligence clearly understood the external plans of our opponents and the algorithms of their actions. The shot was supposed to be one and immediately in the top ten — there were no other options. The only independent force in Russia remained the Bolsheviks and their II Congress of Soviets, which could be transferred to power with its subsequent legitimization. The ideological constructions of the Bolsheviks and their political slogans did not worry the fighters against the freemasons a little. It was the only way to save the country from chaos and collapse.
- And the conspirators were not going to end with the Bolsheviks, as soon as they play their role?
- Recall that by the beginning of 1917, the RSDLP had only 24,000 members. A party of Social Revolutionaries was, say, a million people. Actually, it was the generals who made the Bolsheviks the Bolsheviks, that is, the real majority party. They gave them an organizational impulse and helped transform from a dwarf organization into a leading guiding force. In the course of further events, a part of the generals was integrated into the Soviet state structures, and a part emigrated. Do not forget that after October the struggle was not over — there was still a conflict with Trotsky, who symbolized a completely different project. The ideas of the “Sacred Squad” were close to the monarch-Orthodox approach, and they could not but enter into ideological contradiction with the principle of proletarian internationalism. But this was already secondary — the first task was to save the country from collapse,that, in principle, succeeded.
The further fate of the generals are known. Alexei Ignatiev served the USSR until 1947, after which he lived on a well-deserved retirement for more than 7 years. Nikolai Potapov retired in 1938 with the rank of brigade commander, died in 1946. That is, these people are more or less integrated: someone is open, and someone is in the structure of closed structures that go personally to Stalin. Others could not integrate — the same Globachev went into exile, but did not become an opponent of Soviet power. But they all fulfilled their task: the state was saved from complete disintegration and assembled under a single command in the form of the Soviet Union.
By the way, let’s not forget that it was Potapov who brilliantly conducted the famous operation “Trust”. I think it was, in fact, a joint operation Potapova and Stalin, although the participation of Arthur Artuzov ( one of the founders of the Soviet intelligence and counterintelligence — Ed.. ) Has not been canceled. Thus, the Masonic white movement was stopped, at least on the outer lines. I think that the approaches of Russian foreign intelligence and their work of 1905-10 have played their part here. Especially since the main arena for the operation was Paris.
- Then, in the USSR, they managed to pull out not only Sydney Reilly or Vasily Shulgin, but also Boris Savinkov (during Operation Syndicate-2).
- Yes, Savinkov was lured into the Soviet Union as the most active leader of the white emigration, which was locked up by so many streams and anti-state forces. In principle, Boris Savinkov can be considered the project number 2 after Trotsky — with the difference that Lev Davydovich conducted his activities inside, and Boris Viktorovich — from the outside. Therefore, these operations, “Trust” and “Syndicate”, have no analogues. It is unlikely that they could develop newcomers from among the Soviet security officers. Here the experienced hand of Potapov is felt.
- In your opinion, did Savinkov commit suicide by throwing himself out of a window, or was he eliminated? I read that in the last minutes a Chekist with an amusing name Syroezhkin hung on Savinkov’s feet (a gentleman of the Order of the Red Banner would be shot in 1940 — ed.), But could not keep him, and he collapsed into the yard.
- It’s hard to say here. Both are possible. To understand that you have been fooled and replayed is a serious psychological stress. Savinkov was a strong personality, an experienced terrorist and a skillful organizer, but he lost conceptually, and this is at least a psychological motive for suicide.
- But now Jacob Slaschov found the strength to return to Soviet Russia and even taught for the red command.
- Yes, and was shot in 1929 by a cadet of the Moscow Infantry School Lazar Kolenberg. But I think that the death of Jacob Slashchev was also a moment of struggle between two large projects, which I mentioned above. This is very similar to the Trotskyist operation. Slashchev-Krymsky was a talented military man who realized that the Stalinist red project was working to the benefit of the Fatherland. He returned to the USSR and trained the command personnel quite professionally, which was very important in preparation for a future war. We have such a person who knows the subtleties of military affairs and has European experience, was beneficial to the Soviet leadership. Those who shot Slaschov probably still have to figure it out, but the fact that the order to kill came from the Trotskyists is almost obvious to me.
“ If the struggle against Trotsky had not lasted for a whole decade, we would have been much more ready for the Great Patriotic War.”
STALIN WRITTEN IN MOTHER’S LETTERS: “LIVE 10 THOUSAND YEARS, DEAR MOM!”
- Many of the generals whom you mention as conspirators participated in the creation of the Red Army.
- Yes, they, in fact, created the Red Army, they signed the Brest Peace ( which was proposed by General Verkhovsky to the members of the Provisional Government on October 18, 1917 — ed. ). After the sad memory of “Order No. 1”, issued by Freemasons and asserting the election of command posts in the Armed Forces, the Russian army was destroyed, the trenches were empty, and deserters dispersed throughout the country. In essence, the army ceased to exist and Russia was threatened by external intervention. Therefore, a new Red Army was created, the charter of which, by the way, was developed by General Dmitry Parsky ( died of typhoid in 1921 — editor’s note ). Back in 1905, he was seconded to the headquarters and prepared a note to Nicholas II.about the need for army reforms, changing the charter. Incidentally, I personally read the resolution of the emperor on a memorandum of Parsky: “It is very literate. Let him go as a regiment commander to Siberia. ” He went, but the war began, Dmitry Pavlovich advanced, became commander of the corps, then the army. Bonch-Bruyevich left his memoirs about a conversation with Parsky after the revolution — the book was published in 1963, and I never saw it again. Dmitry Pavlovich said that he was by no means behind the Bolsheviks-internationalists. “But you are for Russia?” Bonch-Bruyevich asked him. He replied: “I am for Russia. And what should I do? ”Bonch-Bruevich:“ We must stop the Germans. ” And Parsky, on the basis of the proposals that he sent to the king, prepared the charter of the Red Army. His ideas also became the basis of many army regulations.
- Was the fight against the Trotsky project conducted until the very departure of Lev Davydovich from the USSR? Indeed, in 1924, Trotsky was considered one of the most likely successors of Lenin. Recall the Leninist “Letter to the Congress” …
- Yes, almost until 1929, before the expulsion of Trotsky. It included the death of Mikhail Frunze in 1925, which supported Stalin, and much more. The British tried to defend this project and bring the leader of the “permanent revolution” to the leadership of the first person — hence the attempt on Lenin, when Trotsky became chairman of the Revolutionary Military Council, but Vladimir Ilyich survived. It was only by 1927 that Trotsky-Bronstein was finally squeezed out of the Soviet political field. That is a tough domestic political struggle with him went about 10 years. I think that the death of Dzerzhinsky in 1926 — a man who has always supported Stalin since 1917 — can be viewed in the same context. But Felix Edmundovich and his Cheka have managed to play an important role in the defeat of the “ambassadors’ conspiracy”, etc.
If the struggle against Trotsky had not been delayed for a whole decade, we would have been much more ready for the Great Patriotic War. However, Stalin’s industrialization began only in 1930, when the confrontation of Joseph Vissarionovich with his most dangerous adversary at that time finally ended. The British at that time began to prepare Adolph Hitler, who should have been brought to power and then sent Germany against the USSR, to poison us. But Trotsky and his entire group tried in every way to slow down the development of both the Red Army and the Soviet industry.
- Probably the only and most important witness to the secret of Stalin’s birth was his mother, Ekaterina Geladze. When Joseph Vissarionovich met her in 1935 and told her that he was now “like a king,” she replied to him: “You’d better become a priest.”
- This phrase of the mother, who really became very widely known, characterizes Stalin as a spiritual leader. A priest is a synonym for a spiritual person, a shepherd. Only such a person could, under the most difficult conditions, pull the country out of the abyss where she was pushed into in February 1917. About Nicholas IIthey usually write a lot of negative things, but let’s not forget that with it the population of the country increased by 60 million, industry grew, which accounted for 4 percent of world production, and oil fields represented half of world production. That is, not everything was bad. But literally 15 years after the revolution, Soviet industry could boast as much as 10 percent of world production: the increase was almost 2.5 times. From 1931 to 41, GDP increased threefold. Today, even the Chinese can not achieve similar results. The country won the Great Patriotic War and made a spacewalk.
By the way, when I worked as a press secretary for Roscosmos, I was told by local veterans who still remember the Queen (now they are no longer alive), as did the Fau missile (the world’s first ballistic missile adopted by the Wehrmacht at the end of the war, — Ed. ) Of Soviet details. By order of Stalin did it in just a year! Soviet import substitution was carried out at a truly accelerated pace! Such was the technological power of Soviet industry. And then we made our own ballistic missile. Until now, Russia lives due to the Stalinist backlog, made in those years. As for the mother, Stalin wrote to her in letters: “Live 10 thousand years, dear mother!”