I. The repressive policy of the dictatorship of the working class in the USSR was scientifically based, was defensive in nature and was a form of social protection for the gains of the revolution in the class struggle.

II. State coercion in the USSR was applied in accordance with the existing legal framework, socialist legality and revolutionary expediency. Any violation of socialist legality, committed by using measures of state coercion, was a crime and was punished accordingly under Soviet law, causing damage to the authority and power of the power of the working class. The concepts of «excesses», «flying slivers», «permissible victims» are not related to the state policy of the USSR.

III. The system of state coercion of the USSR was the most humane state violence in the entire history of mankind, including the nature of the functioning of corrective labor institutions and the penalties used. Any seeming rigidity of the Soviet punitive system is either an impression of false facts, or a product of incorrect comparison with the situation in fundamentally different historical and socio-political conditions. In any bourgeois country of that time and similar conditions, the state was both more repressive and tougher than the USSR.

IV. The so-called Stalinist repression is a myth. All historiography and its service institutions were created by the forces of imperialism for the greatest fraud in history in order to discredit communism. Ever since the first five-year plans of the world oligarchy, there was essentially nothing to oppose communism in theory and practice, so it was forced to adopt the myths created by Trotsky and Khrushchev, to bring a documentary, pseudo-scientific, artistic base under them in order hands. Any substantive study of any element or aspect of the theory of «Stalinist repression» (national operations, order of the NKVD number 0047, ~ 650 thousand death sentences for 16 months of 1937-1938, and everything else) reveals its complete inconsistency and falsehood of the proposed facts. All theorists of «Stalinist repression», including Zemskov,

V. Along with the myth of the «Stalinist repressions», anti-communist historiography is extremely rich in various other anti-scientific interpretations, even the most delusional. Still, the main thing in it is a series of «generally recognized» myths, based on false documents and other falsified sources. The most common of these, in addition to the “Stalinist repressions”, are “the genocide of the peasants” (“famine”), “the huge losses of the USSR in the war with Finland”, “the secret agreements between Stalin and Hitler” non-aggression pact), “the Katyn massacre of the NKVD”, “huge losses of the USSR in the Great Patriotic War”. These fake historical “facts” were included in the history books of all bourgeois countries and became the core of bourgeois historical science, the basis of modern anti-communism.


1. “On the partisanship of history.”
2. “The myth of the» Stalinist repression  — 1.”
3. “The myth of the» Stalinist repression — 2.”
4. “Moscow processes”. 
5. “The process of the Moscow Center”. 
6. “The process of Pyatakov — Radek”. 
7. “The Pyatakov-Radek Process — 2. The role of Trotsky.”
8. “Pests”. 
9. “Questions to the official version of the repressions of 1937-1938.”
10. “On another example of the cult of» Stalinist repression”
11. “Khrushchevina.”


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