This may be the last and final stand for America.
Back in the 1960's Russian dictator Nikita Khrushchev Said Russia will never have to invade America, you will wake up one day and find that you have accepted socialism and Communism on your own.
You Americans are so gullible. No, you won't accept communism outright, but we'll keep feeding you small doses of socialism until you'll finally wake up and find you already have communism. We won't have to fight you. We'll so weaken your economy until you'll fall like overripe fruit into our hands.
We now have a strong military who swore oaths to protect and defend this country from enemies foreign or resident. We have a LOT of resident enemies.
Its time to plan for the coming Civil War and see the way to win it.
Good afternoon. Khrushchev was a bloody man. But, most of all, he killed his countrymen. In January 1931, Khrushchev became secretary of Baumanskiy, and in six months - Krasnopresnensky district party committee. Again, Kaganovich paved the way up to him, who noted the merits of his nominee in the fight against the opposition.
Since January 1932 he is the second secretary of the Moscow City Party Committee. Produced an impression of simplicity and goodwill, which was a clever mask. Went in a worn dark gray suit. Pants tucked into his boots, under his jacket wore a satin blouse with unbuttoned upper buttons. There was always a wide, open smile on my face. According to the then party worker A. Solovyov, Khrushchev's rapid jump surprised many. Very poorly he studied at the Promakademii, an amazingly narrow-minded person and a big sycophant (see N. Zenkovich, "Elite", M, Olma-press, 2004).
After the appointment of Kaganovich as the Commissar of Communications, Khrushchev's leadership is completely overruled by party organizations in Moscow and the Moscow Region. Nikita Sergeevich was the organizer of mass repressions in Moscow, and then in Ukraine. The well-known publicist Kirill Stolyarov wrote:
"The Lubyanka old-timers, who worked under the leadership of S.Redens in the Moscow Department of the NKVD, told me that in 1937 Khrushchev called daily and asked:" How are the arrests going? Moscow is the capital, - reminded Nikita Sergeyevich, - it is not worth it to fall behind Kaluga or Ryazan. " (See K. Stolyarov "Games in Justice" M, "Olma-Press", 2000).
Already his first report at the meeting of the activists of the capital party organization he devoted mainly to the tasks of fighting the enemies of the people. All the shortcomings were explained by the wiles of pests. He cited many examples of exposing the "enemies of the people" by the NKVD. Here is one of these examples: a group of specialists from the Moscow power plant network, who allegedly was linked to German intelligence, was arrested. In fact, all their "crime" was that during a severe thunderstorm in Moscow, an accident occurred, in many buildings the lights went out, including in the Column Hall of the House of Unions, where the trial took place in the case of Zinoviev, Kamenev, etc. Khrushchev's speeches often little different from the speeches of prosecutor Vyshinsky.
Calls to eradicate pests came from Nikita Sergeyevich's mouth during trips to the Moscow region. So, in Kolomna at the party and technical conference of the machine-building plant, Khrushchev said that the plant was working poorly, and the only reason was that the pests were entrenched here. Already the next day at this enterprise was "exposed" and arrested "wrecking group" of more than 20 people.
As is known, the Politburo asserted the number of "enemies of the people" to be shot in each region, province, republic. Among the documents discovered and declassified in recent years is a letter from Khrushchev, secretary of the Moscow Oblast Committee and City Committee of the CPSU (b), dated June 10, 1937 to Stalin. It states that 6,500 people are to be shot in Moscow and the Moscow Region. In this terrible document, Khrushchev asks the party's general secretary to approve the troika, which was given the right to sentence to death and include the secretary of the MC and the IYP, that is, himself.
I must say that this trio "worked" tirelessly. Death sentences were carried out by bundles. Sometimes it was not even meetings. Khrushchev from the administration of the NKVD brought death sentences, and he signed them on the move, not asking who was condemned to death. In 1937, most of the party workers, heads of state institutions, capital enterprises were exterminated, and thousands of ordinary citizens were subjected to repression. Of the 38 secretaries of the Moscow Regional Committee and the city committee of the CPSU (b), who worked in 1935-1937. under Khrushchev, he was left alone. In 1936-1937 years. In Moscow, 55,741 people were subjected to repression.
I believe that it is not worth considering the war as a mechanism for solving problems. The war kills first of all children, women, old people. This is real barbarism. Do not succumb to hysteria and fear. All issues should be tried peacefully. It is necessary to respect each other, and to be fair in solving all issues. Sincerely, Eugene.