The cultural and religious baggage within Asian cultures generally means that it takes decades to finally arrive at the ability that Systema teaches from the first day of training (and only then, if the practitioner of the Asian arts has found a competent Master). This signifies the ‘Socialist’ egalitarian nature of ‘Systema’ where there were no coloured belts representing a fascistic and hierarchical grading system – as is common within Japanese culture. In the original Soviet – (and now ‘Russian’) – martial system (Systema), the highest form of inner and outer awareness, body-alignment, organisation and movement, as well as advanced technical manifestation – is taught first without any hesitation, whilst an individual’s psychological and emotional (spiritual) understanding of what a practitioner is physically experiencing has to catch-up over the many years of training.
The bourgeois ‘lie’ that then followed (fuelled by ‘Orwell’ and others), was that this purge of traitors was a) ordered personally by Stalin, and b) aimed at Red Army Officers who hated Stalin and wanted him removed! Stalin was the least of their worries as he possessed very little personal power (being ‘elected’ into Office), but this false story has ‘stuck’ in Western discourse and is found almost universally in explanations of ‘why’ the Nazi Germans were able to make such in-roads into the USSR in the first six-months of their 1941 attack! The fake story is that Stalin’s purges so weakened the Red Army that it was unable to perform its allotted duties when push came to shove! This is disingenuous to the power of the racist ideology Hitler propagated and the ‘new’ tactics and very good technology that Nazi Germany developed – and the fact that when all this was integrated within the German people it defeated the combined military might of Western Europe in a matter of days – with Stalin having had no direct influence over the Officer Corp of those defeated countries!
In order to eliminate the nationalist gangs in the rear of the 1st Belorussian Front, the commander of the front troops, General of the Army
The Russian Defense Ministry published archival documents on the liberation of Mariupol from Nazi invaders in September 1943. Among the materials are photographs of destroyed
A huge number of operatives participated in the search for the Nazi – some sources indicate figures of 700-800 personnel. All this is due to the large number of caches and safe houses and apartments used by the Ukrainian Nazis. During the war, Shukhevich was Deputy Commander of the sabotage and terrorist battalion “Nachtigal” of the ‘Catholic’*. At the end of the war, he was the leader of numerous gangs of Ukrainian nationalists. To understand the scale of the crimes of the Ukrainian radicals, it is enough to say that at least 220,000 Poles, more than 400,000 Russian prisoners of war and more than 500,000 civilians of Soviet Ukraine became their victims. Impressive cruelty, isn’t it?
On February 6, 1942, by decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, two soldiers – snipers of a separate reconnaissance company