How the US (and Trotsky) Re-Wrote Soviet History and Reshaped the West! (23.7.2022)

The average Russian worker had never experienced such good times! Men and women were equal in every field, and children’s rights were recognised and respected! All adults over 18 years old could vote, education was free for all and truly universal! Industrial output and agricultural were booming as the Soviet State combined full employment together with scientific organisation, planning and advanced technology! Non-Europeans (including the Chinese and Koreans amongst many others, including Africans and African-Americans) frequented the schools, factories, medical centres and sporting facilitates! The Workers and Peasant Red Army employed men and women and explored many and different ways of projecting the USSR. The population expressed their gratitude and support by continuously ‘voting’ Joseph Stalin into Office (yes, the Soviet population participated in numerous and many democratic elections)!

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He has combatted and expelled (as far as possible) the most obvious examples of Neo-Nazism from the Russian interior (whilst curbing the excesses of religion), and has re-established the May 9th Victory Parade with Red Flags and pictures of Lenin! He has also re-established a Russian sense of ‘self’ within all this cultural pollution originating from the wholesale adopting of the Western capitalist ideology! It seems to me that his decision to enter the Ukraine and deal with the Western-backed Neo-Nazi regime operating there since 2014, is part and parcel of his ongoing policy of ‘purifying’ the Russian (Slavic) character, and it is interesting that when push came to shove, Vladimir Putin chose the side of anti-fascism and decided to take-on the Neo-Nazis rather than fall-back on keeping the Western powers ‘happy’ whilst the Slavic people suffer!  

World War One and the Working Class Holocaust

This arousal of working class consciousness unfolded hand in hand with the intensification of bourgeois angst and resistance, which threatened to boil over into an all-out war between the competing bourgeois countries. This situation was reflected by the fact that the various congresses of the Second International dedicated much thinking time to the solving of the problem of what policy should be adopted by the international working class within their respective countries, should war breakout between those countries. In other words, should the developing working class regress into the old pattern of simply following the lead of the bourgeoisie in time of war, and kill one another in the name of ‘nationalism’ for their respective countries? In the 1907 Stuttgart congress, the Second International – with the help of Lenin – issued what was thought of at the time, to be a definitive statement upon the matter (see opening quote). In essence, the Second International in 1907 called upon its constituent members to use every available means to prevent a war from happening, or to shorten a war by the same means should hostilities have already broken out.