The All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (AUCPB), inheriting Bolshevik principles of the R.S.D.W.P. -R.S.D.W.P.(b) - A.U.C.P.(b) - of Lenin's policiy in the CPSU, is the highest form of proletarian class organisation, advanced detachment of the working class, acting in unity with the peasantry and labour intelligentsia, standing on the Party's positions for: the gain of political power - overthrowing the dictatorship of the bourgeoisie and establishment of the dictatorship of the proletariat, the destruction of private ownership over the instuments and means of production, the revival of the USSR, the further strenghtening of the proletarian interests for the complete victory of socialism and gradual transition to communism. The ideological and theoretical basis of the AUCPB is formed by Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin, is their doctrine in its creative application and development in modern conditions. The AUCPB is a component of the global communist movement with the aim of communism triumphing over the whole planet.

Wednesday, 7 October 2009





No 10 (79) October 2009 AUCPB

In September, in the DPRK, the main day of celebration is the Day since the founding of the DPRK - on 9 September 1948. On this day, at the First session of the Supreme People's Assembly, the formation of the Socialist state was proclaimed. Comrade Kim Il Sung was elected head of the DPRK and Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers.
The country lives according to the Constitution adopted in 1972 with additions adopted at the III Session of the Supreme People's Assembly of the DPRK of the 9th meeting of 9th April 1992. According to the Constitution, every citizen of the DPRK has the right to free higher education, compulsory secondary school education, free qualified health care, the right to work and housing. The youngest generation is being educated in free kindergartens, where the children receive the most correct primary skills in culture, patriotism and also the chance to show their own natural gifts and abilities, at the same time correctly orientating themselves in the future in defining their own type of occupation and work activity. Children are cared for in a special way by the state. They are provided with free childrens camps for holidays, Pioneer Palaces, sports equipment where dignified Korean masters of sport grow from and are winners and prize-winners in many international competitions. The Constitution of the DPRK is a constitution of a socialist state, where the many concern of the state is the raising up of the standard of living of the population, and concern for its well-being.
One can read the text of the constitution of the DPRK on the website of the CC AUCPB in the section "Inside the countries of socialism - the DPRK" (in Russian).
During the period of the almost 60 years of development along a socialist model, the DPRK has made big strides forward, having created a highly developed industry, a mining industry, a modern system of agriculture, the development of hydro-electric energy, a powerful defence state form any encroachment on its independence, having become a powerful nuclear power under Kim Jong Il, the predecessor to the Great Leader Comrade Kim Il Sung.
The successes of socialist construction are annoying the imperialist community, especially the USA, which aims to destroy the DPRK at whatever the cost, holding the socialist state during its entire existence under a state of a brutal embargo. This embargo has not weakened even under the new black president of the USA. therefore, the DPRK preserves vigilance and is firmly standing on guard of its borders. At the same time, it displays humanism towards its enemies. Thus, recently, the two US journalists-spies who were caught crossing the border into the DPRK illegally and were sent to obtain information for western mass-media (naturally slanderous information) were detained and expected sentencing. The ex-US president Clinton personally came to Pyongyang and asked Kim Jong Il to pardon the spies. Kim Jong Il humanly released them. Such humanism is not characteristic of the USA which for already several years has been holding in jail 5 Cuban patriots who had unmasked the preparation for acts of sabotage to take place on the territory of Cuba.
On 3 September 2003, Comrade Kim Jong Il was re-elected to the highest post - Chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK (at the I session of the Supreme People's Assembly of the DPRK of the 11 meeting). Comrade Kim Jong Il is a great statesman and political activist of modern times, wisely and with determination leading the Korean people along the path of constructing a prosperous socialist state of a unified nation. And this is in extremely complex conditions of pressure from the imperialist West on the DPRK, unifying themselves against the socialist state. The Workers' Party of Korea, the National Defence Commission of the DPRK, the glorious Armed Forces of the country are successfully solving tasks set forth by Comrade Kim Jong Il. Therefore, everything is possible for the people of the DPRK under the leadership of their wise helmsman and military-political headquarters led by him.
The 22 September marks 60 years since Comrade Kim Jong Suk - the mother of Kim Jong Il died. She was a heroine of the anti-Japanese struggle, a friend, comrade and wife of the Great Leader. She instilled into the young, Kim Jong Il great feelings of love towards his Motherland, brought him up to be kind and considerate, sensitively understand the beauty of his own excellent country of morning calm.
On the occasion of these two famous dates - the 61 anniversary since the founding of the DPRK and the 6th year since the re-electing of Kim Jong Il to the highest state post, the General Secretary of the Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (CC AUCPB) Comrade Andreeva has sent congratulatory telegrams in the name of the Leader of the country Comrade Kim Jong Il. A memorial letter on the occasion of 60 years since the Kim Jong Suk died has been sent to Kim Jong Il.

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Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart, son of the legendary Fidel Castro Ruz on 5 June 2009 in the Cuban embassy in Moscow, gave a press conference for Russian and foreign correspondents.
Replying to questions put to him by journalists, Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart noted that science in Cuba during the years following the triumph of the Revolution has made a gigantic leap forward in its development. At the start of the Revolution, 30% of the population was illiterate and there was no tradition of science. Today in existence, there are 75
universities, 6.5% of the active population of the country have a university education, and there are more than 200 scientific centres. In the various international publications, one can read material about the achievements made by Cuban scientists. The brightest direction of development of science in Cuba is the bio-technological sector. 800 Cuban patents have been licensed in 60 countries of the world. 50 different types of Cuban vaccinations, medicine are sold in various countries. In September 1992, construction had to be halted on a nuclear power station, despite the fact that a large part of the work had already been carried out. The reason for this was - the demise of the Soviet Union. The notorious Helms-Burton law was working on this side. But indeed this was a purely peaceful program. Nowadays in Cuba there are about 200 establishments that are using nuclear energy - hospitals and various production facilities.
What new things has the arrival to power of the new US president Barak Obama brought? There were promises of changes in relations between the US-Cuba. But so far there have been practically no changes. Intensive debates have been underway in the USA on this subject, in particular in Congress. American society is demanding an ending of the blockade against Cuba on part of the US. Concerning the negative effect of the US blockade on science in Cuba, it is broad. For example, medicine for children suffering from cancer cannot be exported to Cuba out of the USA. The same can be said for high-tech medical equipment. Many outstanding Cuban scientists are invited to scientific conferences in the US, but the US authorities do not grant them visas to enter the USA. Cuban has an entire complex of scientific establishments dedicated to social sciences. A large number of international scientific meetings are held on this them, where we never aim to narrow the spectra of presented opinions. On the initiative of Comrade Fidel Castro Ruz, ten meeting have already been held for discussing the problems of globalization with wide international participation. One of the aims of my present visit to Moscow was to obtain a degree of doctor of sciences in the Moscow engineering-physics institute. My meetings with representatives of science and education have become traditional in the Kurchatovsky Institute and in the Moscow State University. On one coincidental occasion at one of the Russian universities, a decision was taken to award a degree of honored doctor to the leader of the Cuban revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz. I had the privilege of receiving in his name, this honored degree. Concerning Medvedev's visit to Cuba at the end of 2008 and the visit to Moscow in February this year by Cuba leader Raul Castro, then we are now in the process of strengthening ties, opening up new possibilities in our relations. The question of presenting Cubans 100 grants for studying in the Russian Federation. This is a very good sign, the revival of a remarkable tradition of studying by thousands of Cubans during Soviet times.
Concerning the US base at Guantanamo. From the moment of victory of the Cuban revolution, the Revolutionary government has been demanding the return of the base to Cuba. The base originated in 1898, when the Spanish left Cuba. The initial "argument" by the USA was that it was to build a base for supplying coal for US ships. A lease treaty was signed, but only valid for 99 years. The time has passed, but the Americans have still not left the base. The base occupies 22 thousand square miles of Cuban territory. Now the Americans have transformed Guantanamo into an appalling prison, where lawlessness reigns. Obama promised to close the prison by the end of this year. The fulfillment of this pledge will be proof of the reality of the intentions of the US authorities in relation to Cuba. Meanwhile, real advancements have yet to take place. Concerning the Cuban population, it is very much politicized. It has endured much in fifty years. This, along with economic losses amounting to 95 billion dollars along with the 3500 lives of Cubans killed as a result of acts of terrorism.
About the Organisation of American States. The heads of all the Latin American states have agreed that the policy of the USA regarding the exclusion of Cuba from the OAS is a complete fiasco. All the presidents agreed that regardless of whether or not Cuba will be reinstated in the OAS, the situation with Cuba is a shameful appearance of the Monro doctrine which began at the start of the 19th century. All these changes in positions are the true indicators of the understanding of what the Cuban revolution really is in the world and in Latin America, and indeed the changes of positions have occurred without any conditions or demands on part of the Cubans.
About oil and gas in Cuba. I want to remind everyone here about Baibakov - a person who is remembered and loved in Cuba and who played a huge role in the establishment of friendship between our countries. In the 1980-s, the USSR and the socialist camp provide us with huge amounts of assistance in the exploration of the shelf and territory of Cuba for oil. A whole number of deposits were discovered. Earlier, Cuba managed to pump 200 thousand tons of oil, but nowadays, pumps 4 million tons of oil and gas. There are prospects of finding oil in the shelf at a deeper level.
About my personal interests. When I was younger, I occupied myself with sport very intensively: baseball, basketball, swimming and water polo. I loved chess, when I arrived in the Soviet Union to study, I took the name Jose Raul in honor of Fernandez. Sport it very important. People of all ages should do sport as much as they can in order to maintain themselves in good form.
Is it is difficult being the son of such a famous father? There are bright and dark sides to this. Of course this is a huge responsibility and a hue honor.
About Cuban medicine. Nowadays, Cuban doctors work in 60 countries. There are 35 thousand of them. They are working in Venezuela and on small islands. We help fight the consequences of natural disasters in various corners of the world. We have an Institute "Latin American school of medicine" where students from many countries including the USA study. One day, Fidel said: "To be an internationalist - one has to give oneself to humanity!" According to the "Children of Chernobyl" program, 25 thousand children and young people have been to Cuba for treatment over the past 23 years. In the framework of 36 agreements signed at high-level talks in Moscow, special attention is paid to the agreement "On strategic cooperation". Our relations are broadening and the doors of Cuba are open for cooperation.
Undoubtedly, everyone present at the press conference formed an opinion: Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart is a knowledgeable, authoritative specialist, a mature politician, with a large range of his further growth as a politician and organizer.
S.V. Khristenko
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The year - 1949. The day - 29 August. Sixty years ago at the Semipalatinsk test site in Northern Kazakhstan the first Soviet atom bomb was detonated. The United States was deprived of its monopoly over nuclear weapons. The entire bourgeois world gasped in surprise and fear. Looking back nowadays over the last ten years, we have clearer than ever been understanding the greatness of this achievement by the Soviet people. The country ruined by the Hitlerite invasion, and enduring a sharp need in the most vital things, had thrown down a challenge to America and the entire capitalist world which had got fat on the backs of the war - we will defend the cause of socialism in the Soviet Union, pit the Soviet nuclear might against your human-hating plans for bombing our country with nuclear weapons! Only a socialist country could achieve this with a unified planned economy, with the ability to mobilise in a steel fist, all the economic and human resources, only a united Soviet people under the leadership of the Bolshevik AUCP (b) led by the wise strategist JV Stalin.
How was this case? Eyewitnesses recall. In autumn 1949, the "device" - the atom bomb, was ready for testing. L.P. Beria arrived on 26 August at the test site. Two explosive detonators were brought along (one for reserve). Having examined the preparation procedures, J.V. Kurchatov in accordance by personal order of Beria established a time for carrying out the test - 29 August 1949 at 8 am. On 28 August, the shot-firers carried out a final inspection of the tower, prepared the auto-detonator device and checked the cable. By 4 am on 29 August, K.I. Shelkin and S.N. Matveev arrived at the tower with a set of military electro-detonators. K.I. Shelkin gave the order for removal of the "device" from the workshop and setting it up on the tower. By 5 05 am, all site personnel were evacuated from the test field except the officer security personnel for the ministry of state security (MGB). By the moment of carrying out final operations, the weather worsened significantly. Dark clouds descended upon the test site, covering the whole sky. It began to rain. Everyone on the tower went below. A.P. Zavenyagin and K.I. Shelkin were responsible for locking the entrance to the tower and sealing it. In avoiding anything unpleasant connected with the weather, IV Kurchatov with Beria's permission, makes the decision to bring forward the test by 1 hour, from 8 am to 7 am. 25 minutes before detonation, the locks were removed from the operating command point and the auto-detonator device switched on, for 20 seconds - the knife-switch was turned on, which connected the "device" circuit to the remote control system. From this point onwards, everything was now in automatic mode. At 7 am exactly, on 29 August 1949 the entire desert of the Kazakh steppe was lit up by a blinding light ... (to see video footage of this atomic test, go to the following link: http://www.sonicbomb.com/ modules.php? name = Content & pa = showpage & pid = 50

It had been done! The huge amount of labour of hundreds of thousands of people, the entire Soviet country had been successfully carried out. "Do not forget that we had a super important task: in the shortest amount of time possible to create a weapon which would defend our Motherland! When we were able to solve this task, we felt a certain relief, even happiness! "That's what the creators of the bomb thought.
The problem in creating the bomb originated before the war, when in 1939, two German physicists Hahn and Strassman discovered nuclear fission. And these results were not a secret anywhere. The news of this was published in our newspapers - in the newspaper "Izvestiya". Nuclear fission itself (in its chemical form) was discovered by Soviet scientist NN Semenov. Soviet scientists in open publications in 1939 and 1940 explained the state of a nuclear explosion, gained sensible evaluations of the critical of Uranian -235. There was another side to the secret of the atom bomb - in that who out of the warring powers was prepared to throw colossal economic and technical resources into creating new branches of industry for creating an atom bomb, powerful enough to give decisive advantage in a war . This was primarily, a wide-scale economic problem. The Soviet leadership and Stalin was well informed in 1940 - 1945 about the problem and the actions of the USA, Germany, and Britain. Thanks to Lavrenty Pavlovich Beria - under his leadership the Strategic reconnaissance worked gloriously! The USA began full-scale work on an atom bomb in 1940, a little later, Germany, this research was carried out by Hering. The Soviet Union, the Soviet Government in 1941 - 1943 was compelled to solve one task - the country was fighting with all its strength to destroy Hitler's plans for a "Blitzkrieg". The Stalingrad victory dispelled all hopes of the Germans of a "Blitzkrieg". Now, we had to drive the Fritzes back to their den. After Stalingrad it was possible to resume pre-war work on the Uranium project. On 11 February 1943, Stalin signed a government degree on organising work on using nuclear energy in military affairs. V.M. Molotov was supervising them in 1943-1945. Who at that time was it thought a future Soviet atom bomb would be used against? Naturally against our enemy in the Great Patriotic War - fascist Germany. Already after the end of the war, intelligence sources, scientific specialists with authority explained that Germany, despite its excellent scientific and raw material possibilities could not even come close to creating an atom bomb!
The Americans had built a bomb in 5 years. They tested it in the summer of 1945 and almost immediately bombed Hiroshima and Nagasaki. They bombed a practically fallen Japan, but frightened the Soviet Union with an atom bomb. It is enough just to cite two phrases by Truman spoken by him in 1945: "the Russians will soon be put in their place", "whether or not we want to, we have to recognise that the victory achieved BY US has placed on the American people a time of responsibility for the further ruling of the world ". And this was not just boastful rhetoric. The USA was the financing masters of the post-war capitalist world.
The second world war practically uninterruptedly turned into a "cold war" against socialism. Great danger hung over the Soviet Union! And Stalin responded immediately. On 20 August 1945, under the State Committee for Defence (GKO), a Special inter-departmental committee on questions of solving the nuclear question was formed. Lavrenty Pavlovich Beria was the head of this committee from the outset until 1953. And this was by far no coincidence. Beria was a very clever man, with a good technical understanding, with brilliant organisational abilities. For his service in the development of the Soviet defence industry, in 1945 he was awarded the title of Hero of Socialist Labour. In December 1945, Beria left the post of People's Commissar for Internal Affairs and went from the Lyubyanka into the Kremlin, into the cabinet of vice Chairman of the Soviet of People's Commissars.
The Special interdepartmental committee was unique, an organisation having no analogues. The main principles were: complete secrecy, no red tape, and work carried out at the fastest tempo! From the order of the GKO: "No organisation, establishment or person is allowed to hinder the administrative-economic and operational activity of the First Main Headquarters (PGU, the executive body of the Special committee), its enterprise and institutions, or demand documents on its work being carried out by orders of the First Main Headquarters, without special permission from the GKO. All reports on the work being carried out is to be directed to the Special committee under the GKO only ". Organisations of the PGU were in order, allowed to start any work, any construction, make any order for equipment without established projects and estimates.
The cadres decide everything! And this was taken into account from the very start. Institutes and establishments on the nuclear theme had the right to special choice of graduated from any higher learning institutions. The researchers that were needed were taken on here. One of the veterans of Arzamas-16 recalls: "... Truthfully speaking, I did not want to come here ... .. But afterwards, I did not regret coming here. Here, we saw the true level of work both scientific and in engineering. It was no worse than the West in any way at all .... A year had passed from a daydream, from completely fresh idea until it was embodied into life ".
And, what was the attitude of those running the program towards their subordinates? When one of the leading scientists did not hide his own sympathies towards genetics, and antipathies towards Lisyenko, the security service decided to remove him from the project and the chief constructor had to ring Beria direct and say that this employee is doing much useful work. The conversation was limited to a single question, following a lengthy pause: "Do you really need him?" Having received a positive reply and having said: "Well ok then", Beria replaced the phone. The incident was settled. Another famous phrase Beria used in defence of another person working on the project was: "All the people who are working on this project have been chosen by me personally. I am prepared to answer for the actions of every one of them. These people are working and will work honestly on the project which they have been assigned. "
Naturally, J.V. Stalin himself carefully followed the nuclear project. Kurchatov himself kept personal records made by him right after the hour long meeting with Stalin on the evening of 25 January 1946. Only Molotov and Beria took part in the conversation. In the flow of the conversation, Stalin did not advise working on small things or searching for cheap ways. He emphasized that it was necessary to act "widely, with a Russian scope", and that in relation to this, wide-ranging help will be provided. Stalin noted that our scientists were very modest people and "sometimes do not even notice that they live badly". From Kurchatov's notes: "in relation to the scientists, Stalin was concerned about how help could be rendered to them in the everyday-material plan and in bonuses for much work carried out, for example, in solving our problem .... A proposal was put forth to write about measures that would be needed to be taken in order to speed up the work and everything connected with this ". Everything needed was truly given by the country. There was a period, when in the USSR one could not buy a medical thermometer - an extremely important item. Why? The nuclear scientists needed a lot of mercury! They were given everything! The atom bomb was created in the USSR, ravaged by a war against the fascists, in just four years!
The first Soviet atom bomb was called RDS-1. The people nicknamed it Stalin's Rocket Engine! In the two months after the detonation of the first atom bomb, a secret order was issued by the Soviet of Ministers of the USSR from 29 October 1949, and signed by Stalin. Several of the most outstanding participators in the work were awarded the title Hero of Socialist Labour and won a prize. The entire spectrum of Soviet science was brought into the work on the atomic problem: physics, chemistry, mathematics, biology, geology, metallurgy and others. In the direct sense of the word, this was a victory for the entire Soviet people! Everyone worked for their united Motherland - the USSR. These were people of many, many nationalities.
With the hydrogen bomb, Soviet scientists had not only caught up, but surpassed the Americans, having tested on 12 August 1953 a real hydrogen charge, ready for use in the form of a bomb. Soviet atomic industry and science was steadily developing. The nuclear charges themselves were modernized along with the means for their delivery and different versions of their use. Peaceful professions on the nuclear explosion were researched: taming of gas fountains, the creating of underground bunkers, the formation of water reserves and many others.
With the entire significance of the technical achievements of the Soviet Union in the sphere of mastering nuclear energy, it is important to understand that the creating of a nuclear missile shield was the most important component of the Soviet policy for the struggle for peace, opposing the human-hating plans of American imperialism and its allies, having unleashed the "cold war", and having divided Europe that had only just been liberated from the fascists along the principle of either belonging or not belonging to the NATO alliance created by them in 1949 .
Back in June 1946, a Soviet delegation in the UN commission on atomic energy introduced a project of the International Convention "On banning the production and use of weapons based on the use of atomic energy with the aim of mass destruction", which of course was balloted to the obedient pro-American majority. The Americans needed something entirely different. In November 1948, US president Truman established a plan of the Chief of Staff of the US armed forces on carrying out a nuclear war against the USSR (the "Pincher" plan, envisaging a strike against 50 towns across the USSR including Moscow and Leningrad, using 70 atom bombs. In May 1955, the Appeal by the USSR to all nuclear states with a proposal to make a commitment to stop nuclear-testing, was left on the table with no positive reaction. It was only when obvious and generally acknowledged nuclear parity was achieved between the USA and USSR, when the American politicians recognized this objective reality, the impossibility of it changing in any form, did it become possible to make efforts on reducing the nuclear threat, and reducing the gigantic reserves of nuclear weapons that had been achieved.
Maybe, the count-down for this began on 26 May 1972, when the USSR and USA signed a complex of agreements known as the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT-1 Treaty), in which entered: the Agreement on measures on reducing the threat of nuclear war, the Treaty on limiting anti-ballistic missile systems (ABM), Temporary Agreement on some measures in the sphere of limiting strategic offensive weapons and the Protocol to the Treaty on limiting the ABM systems. However, even here, not everything went smoothly. The USA violated the ABM Treaty, having transferred onto the territory of Norway the RLS "Globus-2" tested as an element of ABM. On 12 June 2002, the USA one-sidedly withdrew from the ABM Treaty. On 18 June 1979, a complex of agreements were signed between the USSR and the USA, known as SALT-2 Treaty, in which the following entered: A treaty on limitation of strategic offensive weapons, a Protocol to the Treaty on limitation of strategic offensive weapons, a Joint declaration on the principles and main direction of consequent talks on limiting strategic arms. The treaty was not ratified by the US Senate. Nevertheless, its points were observed by both sides. The Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START-1) was signed on 30 - 31 July 1991 in Moscow, and came into force on 5 December 1994 after several years following the demise of the USSR. The START-1 treaty runs out on 5 December 2009. According to the treaty, the USSR and USA should have in the flow of 7 years, reduced their own nuclear arsenals in such a way, that each side would have no more than 6 thousand nuclear warheads remaining. Throughout the treaty, about 10 serious violations made by the USA were recorded. In particular, the nuclear warheads and second-stage rockets were not used by them, but only locked away in warehouses, which then created a "return to service potential". The START-2 Treaty on further strategic arms reduction was signed on 3 January 1993. The treaty bans the use of ballistic missiles with separating warheads. In response to the withdrawal on 14 June 2002 of the USA from the ABM treaty of 1972, Russia withdrew from START-2. A treaty on reducing strategic offensive potentials (so-called Moscow Treaty) was signed in Moscow on 24 May 2002 between Russia and the USA. The conditions of the treaty limit the number of strategic nuclear warheads that are on standby, up to 1700-2200 on both sides. The Moscow Treaty came into force on 1 July 2003, and it runs out on 31 December 2012.
At present, in 2009, in front of Russia stands the most complex question - what policy is to be carried out in relation to the question of reducing nuclear weapons, and how to respond to the recent proposal put forth by US president Barak Obama on the further sharp (in times over) reduction of nuclear weapons. Time has long ago and clearly showed the foolishness of the thesis which has been propagated by the so-called "democrats": "Democratic Russia" has no enemies! America is our best friend! The modern world has turned out incomparably more brutal and complicated than these "democrats" ever imagined and tried convincing those around them.
For the United States, now the subject of nuclear disarmament is safe. The USA possesses colossal advantage in weapons over all potential opponents and, possibly even over all potential opponents taken together, without even talking concretely about Russia. This advantage gives America the chance to go along the path of reducing nuclear potentials whilst expanding its own military-strategic supremacy. In this situation, Russia falls into a certain trap. Refusal to disarm may deliver a blow to Russia's international reputation. But if Russia agrees, then the country's nuclear shield which is, in essence, the sole guarantee against an attack on Russia on part of the strong (?) Military powers.
In today's merciless world, it is namely nuclear forces that are the stabilizing political factor. Talks on purely nuclear disarmament are now practically senseless and for Russia in any case, they would lose if they (obviously or less obviously) do not consider the actual complete collapse of the former Soviet Army, the terrible state of its conventional weapons, the necessity of counting the total balance of nuclear and conventional weapons (especially the highly accurate ones).
Ending this, one can say - the nuclear weapon was until 1991, and remains even now, the most reliable guarantee for sovereignty and independence of our country in the face of a powerful bloc of bourgeois states headed by the USA, in conditions of a continuous growth by them of military expenditure, the building and updating by them of new types of offensive weapons (conventional as well as nuclear weapons) and persistent aiming towards a global diktat in today's mono-polar world.
S.V. Khristenko
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ORDER by the Buro of the CC AUCPB on Ukraine, Moldavia and Prednestroviya
Having listened to and discussed the report by secretary of the CC AUCPB Comrade Maevsky "About the participation of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (AUCPB) of Ukraine in the developing workers' and protest movement of working people in the conditions of a deepening crisis of the world imperialist system ", the Buro of the CC AUCPB
1. Allparty organisations and every Bolshevik to take an active part in the workers' and protest movement of working people, in the struggle of the work collectives for their rights. When necessary, proceeding from the situation in the localities, this work can be carried out jointly with organisations of the VSR, and also with local organisations of the CPU (Com.Party Ukraine, PSPU (Progressive Soc. Party of Ukraine) and other parties and movements of leftist orientation, which take part in our struggle.
2. Teach the workers to carry their struggle to the end, achieving victory in implementing their inherent economic demands, not giving up if not successful, supporting each other and demonstrating class solidarity.
3. In the period of the economic struggle of the working people for their rights, we need to instill class Bolshevik consciousness into the ranks of the fighters and aim to make this struggle political, explaining to the workers and all working people that solving the questions on jobs , timely and full payment of wages, the provision of all necessary to each person and his family for a dignified life in the form of the level in wage, student grants, pensions, various social benefits, lowering prices and tariffs on food stuffs and vital commodities, on house-communal services etc, can only be done after having destroyed the power of capital and restored the power of the working class, the working masses (dictatorship of the proletariat).
4. In the flow of this struggle, we need to set up close ties with the fighting collectives and from the most active, politically conscious, courageous and brave fighters, fill our party ranks.
5. Not just to teach the workers and working people, but also we need to learn from them in the flow of this struggle, hardening our own character and gaining the necessary practical experience.
6. Our most important task is not to take part in presidential-parliamentary elections, in the flow of which one can only bring about a change of face or party expressing the interests of one or another group of the major bourgeoisie, at the top of power, but prepare the working class and working masses of Ukraine for a socialist revolution.
11 July 2009, Kiev, Ukraine.
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In the conditions of a deep economic crisis which has been gripping the country since Autumn of 2008, there has been a further gathering and development of a meanwhile still weak, localized and unorganized workers' movement.
The workers' movement, having endured a wave of its birth and growth in the 1990-s, when the heavy collapse in production as a result of the restoration of capitalism and the little settling in the period of Putin's rule in the conditions of an " economic growth "(if anything - just on paper), beginning in 2005 and especially in conditions of an economic crisis, is again going through an upturn.
In essence, the economic crisis in the country has not stopped, starting in the 1990-s and today it has broken out with new strength, finishing off our industry and taking on a threatening character. In the spring of this year, it may have reached a critical point.
According to information by Rosstat (Russian statistics), industrial production in Russia in the first quarter fell by 14.8%, compared to the same time last year. The volume of production in the refining sectors of industry fell by 21.3%. machine-building and metallurgy have fallen into sharp decline. The production of rolled ferrous metals fell by 27% and steel pipes - by 30.3%.
The production of metal-cutting machines fell by 62.4%, enrichment equipment - by 63.7% and electric motors - by 68.3%. Car production fell by 60%, lorry production - by 72.5% and buses - by 63.5%.
Even raw material branches of the economy which give tons to the Russian economy have been suffering under the crisis. Gas extraction fell by 20.8%, coal mining - by 15.1%, iron ore - by 20.8% and it is only oil extraction that has remained at its previous level.
The construction sector is in deep crisis with 80% of building project frozen.
Such is the depressing data by official statistics. Enterprises are closing down and workers are left without a job or are transferred over to part time work. And as a result - an uplift of the workers' movement.
However, the majority of hired workers are responding to the crisis weakly, as well as to complete violations of labour legislation which the capitalists make in order to preserve their profits. A mass workers' movement does not exist in the country even in the conditions of an ever deepening crisis.
The vast majority of actions by the workers are localized at separate enterprises and are carried out spontaneously, without the organizing role of trades unions and communists, with a demand for paying back wage arrears in the form of separate strikes - a collective refusal to work and the stopping of production.
The workers are mainly fighting for their immediate economic demands - firstly, ending of wage arrears, which in the conditions of a crisis are not being paid for several months or even more than half a year. Here, we are talking about survival, which pushed the workers to carry out protest actions.
However, the crisis has brought something new into the struggle of the working class, expanding its boundaries, methods and slogans of struggle, pushing the workers towards recognizing the need for a political struggle.
In the conditions of an ever increasing number of bankruptcies of industrial enterprises, the workers are now demanding not only getting paid what they are owed. One of the main slogans of the work collectives today - is saving the enterprise. In the conditions, when the capitalists are throwing their enterprises and work collectives at the mercy of fate, saving their own profits, the workers are demanding the restarting of work of the enterprise and preserving the work collective. The workers are also coming out against being transferred over to part-time work, as well as a reduction in staff and wages.
There are cases, although very rare, when the workers demand transparency of the financial activity of the enterprise and even form bodies of workers' control. Thus, as meeting of the work collective of the Barachinsky electro-mechanical factory, that was on the verge of bankruptcy, the workers in the presence of representatives of the "Elektroprofsoyuz" trade union discussed the situation at the factory which a town was built around , where wages have not been paid since last year. The workers at that factory formed a council for the work collective which would monitor the movement of money at the factory.
The workers also put forth the slogan for nationalization of the enterprise, the transfer of it over into the property of the state. This bears witness to the political flash, in the worker's consciousness, if only weakly.
The working class, now living in conditions of a crisis with the severe realities of monstrous capitalist exploitation and heartless to the needs of people on part of the owners, and also their indifference to the fate of the enterprise are starting to understand how worthless all talk of "effectiveness" really is that is glorifying private ownership.
Today, the demands being made by workers to nationalize the enterprise is not the only thing. Thus, on 6th August in Tolyatti, a mass meeting of workers of the VAZ auto factory took place, organized by the "Unity" trade union. With their resolution, they demanded the nationalization of the enterprise and workers' control over its financial-economic activity. Demanding the nationalization of the enterprise, although we are talking here about a modern-day bourgeois state, the working class is, by their intuition, moving towards the ideas of socialism, understanding the lack of prospect of the the capitalism that has been unleashed upon them.
The data gathered from a sociological survey bears witness to the popularity of the slogan of nationalization of enterprises. Thus, citizens have more often been pointing out the need for nationalization of private enterprises for overcoming the crisis: if in October 2008, only 58% of people asked actually supported such a position (28% of whom were fully supportive of the idea and 38 % would agree), then today, 82% agree with the idea (44% and 38% respectively). At the same time, there are less people against nationalization of enterprises: in all 7%, compared to 20% in October last year.
Also the forms and methods of struggle have changed. Together with a strike, the workers are more often turning to street actions - meetings and pickets, addressing their demands to the bodies of power. This also bares witness to the workers' movement becoming more politicized. However, the meetings, just like the strikes are localized, either within the confines of the enterprise, or town, and as a rule carry economic demands like paying the workers their wages they are owed, keeping the enterprise open and also in some cases - demanding the nationalization of the enterprise.
The blocking of highways, or the threat of blocking them - has today in the conditions of a crisis, become for the desperate workers, the most effective tool for defending their rights at work. The example of the town of Pikalev, when after blocking a main road by the workers of enterprises which towns had been built around, Putin arrived at the scene, and straight away, money was found for paying back the wage arrears to the workers and also the work of the enterprise was restored, this was a lesson for the workers of other towns and cities. Workers at the OOO "ATZ-Zapchast" auto-parts factory, the Boganovichsky enterprise, ZAO "Magistral" and other enterprises made attempts to block main roads. And these actions have a strong affect on the authorities. The enterprises are partially restored, and the wages owing, paid to the workers in full, the authorities thereby taking responsibility.
However, despite the new forms and method of struggle by the workers, as a whole, the workers' movement here has preserved its backwardness. Thus, the most common form of struggle today is the hunger strike and is the least effective method of struggle, and it is dangerous and harmful for the health of the worker; if workers turn to strike action, then as a rule, it is in the form of an individual's refusal to work (implemented collectively) or in the form of a spontaneous strike.
Workplace conflicts without any order, spontaneously or locally flare up, but do not pour into a mass movement.
But the main thing is the fact that workers by far are not raising themselves up to the awareness of the need of a political struggle for establishing the power of the working class, but fighting mainly just for survival.
Today, we in a state of weakness and at the same time, a growth of the workers' movement and deepening economic crisis, have to adopt in the regions, the following steps on establishing ties with the worker's movement:
- Follow the situation in the workers 'movement in a given region (town, area, region, etc,) and across the country as a whole, noticing where workers' actions take place, and providing them with organizational, methodological, informational, moral and other forms of support, primarily in the organisation of a strike movement;
- Set up ties with active workers, especially young trade union activists, and through them, study the situation at the enterprise, distribute our newspapers and recruit into the ranks of our supporters and sympathizers and into the ranks of the party;
- Set up a network for distributing our central party newspapers, regional newspapers, mass leafleting at enterprises, among work collectives, at workers' acts of protest;
- Work with trades unions, independent / alternative ones as well as Smakovite (official / sellout) unions - as lower cells, providing them with selfless support in their struggle for workers' rights;
- Help workers to organize, or yourselves organize protest action or acts of solidarity with the struggling work collectives in the form of pickets and meetings.
These are the minimum tasks. Today, the main reason for weakness of the working class lies in the absence of a connection between the communist movement with the workers' of trades union movement.
Our party - the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks, has a good experience of regional work with the working class, an experience we must learn from and carry over into other regions. Thus, in Novosibirsk, work with the alternative trades union "Siberian Regional Profcentre", with a number of lower trade union organisations of the Smakovite official trade unions, providing them with organizational and informational support. We had set up the publication and a network for distribution at large industrial enterprises of the town, jointly with the trades unions and leftist organisations and parties which make up the Novosibirsk Solidarity Action Committee, a regular trade union newspaper "For work rights!". With our support in Novosibirsk, a telephone hotline has been opened for providing free legal consultation to workers who have be subjected to breaches in employment law and not just that. We assist workers organize pickets and meetings in defence of their demands, for example, to the workers of OOO PO "YuniOnex", and others. We monitor the situation in all actions by the workers and trade unions, providing them with moral-political support and distributing our newspapers and leaflets among the participators of the action. We give workers regular information support, periodically publishing in the newspaper "For work rights!" And on the internet information about workers 'actions, the situation in the workers' movement and at large enterprises of the city and region, etc.
The weakness of the workers' movement is conditioned by objective as well as subjective factors, much of which has been repeatedly spoken about in our party documents and printed material. The main factor is in the absence of the organizational role of the advanced guard of the working class - the communist party, which has to solidify the spontaneous acts of protest of the working class for their inherent interests into an organized struggle, starting from the struggle at enterprises and in the region, and up to the organisation of a general political strike, with this, raising the struggle up to the level of a political struggle for power - the overthrowing of the rule of the bourgeoisie and establishing a dictatorship of the proletariat . Without this, a victory of a socialist revolution will be impossible.

Grigory Pavelyev
Member of the AUCPB
City of Novosibirsk,
Siberia, Russia
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