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, 27 April 2011

Lenin loved Russia

April 22 - Birthday of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin


Today, in an environment full of fake patriots from "united russes" to monarchists and outspoken nationalists, there is a fashionable assertion that alleges Lenin did not love Russia, neglected her interests and so on. This is nonsense and a profanity of stories by those who do not want to study it or drive it under an anti-communist template.

So, we shall not so to speak, pour more water but take a look at the facts, the statements of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin.

According to Lenin: "A Fatherland, that is, the given political, cultural and social environment is the most powerful factor in the class struggle of the proletariat ... The proletariat can not be indifferent to the political, social and cultural conditions of their struggle, so it can not be indifferent to the fate of their country" (V.I. Lenin, Collected Works, v. 15, ed. 4, p. 171-172). Vladimir Ilyich never separated the Russian proletariat from Russia, and believed it would be criminal to ignore their homeland, as the Trotskyites and the cosmopolitan bourgeoisie do.

In the article "On the national pride of the Great Russians”, Lenin stressed that the conscious Russian workers are not alien to a sense of national pride, but they are not proud of the same things that capitalists are proud of. "We love our language and our country, - he wrote – and we are doing our very utmost to raise her toiling masses (i.e. 9 / 10 of her population) to the level of a democratic and socialist consciousness. To us it is most painful to see and feel the outrages, the oppression and humiliation inflicted our fair country suffers at the hands of the tsar’s butchers, the nobles and the capitalists. We take pride in the resistance to these outrages put up from our midst, from the Great Russians, that midst having produced Radishchev, the Decembrists and the revolutionary commoners of the seventies, in the Great-Russian working class having created in 1905, a mighty revolutionary party of the masses that the Great-Russian peasantry began at the same time to turn to democracy and set about overthrowing the clergy and the landed prioprietors". (V.I. Lenin, Collected Works, Vol., v. 21, ed. 4, p. 85 (Rus)) . According to Lenin, a patriot is a person who is not indifferent to the situation of their own country and tries to change it for the better.

One of the reasons that the armed uprising in Petrograd was outlined by Lenin for the second half of October 1917, were plans by the provisional government of Kerensky to surrender Petrograd to the Germans. If it were not for the Great October Socialist Revolution, the capital of Russia probably would have been invaded by Germany, as there already existed a prior agreement between the interim government and the leadership of the imperialist country. Lenin wrote before the October uprising: "Kerensky and Kornilov will surrender Petrograd to the Germans. It is necessary for the salvation of Petrograd to overthrow Kerensky and for the Soviets to take power ..." (V.I. Lenin, Collected Works, Vol., v.26, ed. 4, p. 158). Thanks to the socialist revolution, the then capital of Russia did not fall under a foreign yoke. In this case, Lenin and the Bolsheviks showed themselves as true patriots, in contrast to the bourgeois Provisional Government, which in fact embarked on a betrayal of their homeland.
Lenin stated: "... The bourgeoisie will betray their homeland and commit all crimes, if only to assert their authority over the people and their own profits" . (V.I. Lenin, Collected Works, Vol., v. 25, ed. 4, p. 290). This was confirmed by the events of the Civil War, when the counterrevolutionary White armies in order to crush the Soviet republic, gave to the British and Americans large areas of Murmansk and Archangel, to the Japanese - the Far East, to the French, Italians, Romanians, Greeks – the south of Ukraine, Crimea, parts of the North Caucasus, and to the English – the Transcaucasia. But only the Red Army in this regard proved itself as a patriotic force, expelling all foreign troops from the territory of the former Tsarist empire. What, kind of scoundrels and villains are they, calling themselves patriots, leading into their homeland foreign bayonets and tanks! That's what Denikin, Kolchak, Wrangel, Yudenich and other traitors did, together with and at the same time, the cynical counter-revolutionaries who hated the Russian peasants and workers.

Vladimir Ilyich fought for Great Russia, which could not have been great by infringing on the rights of non-Russian peoples, bordering countries, the outbreak of wars of conquest, but only because of its progressive internationalist system - socialism. Lenin said: "... We, the Great-Russian workers, full of national pride, we want a free and independent, democratic, republican, proud Great Russia, building its own relations with its neighbours on the humane principle of equality, rather than degrading a great nation on the feudal principle of privilege " (V.I. Lenin, Collected Works, Vol., v.21, ed. 4, p. 86) . As you see, Lenin regarded Russians as a great nation.

Vladimir Ilyich, like a true patriot of his country was very pleased by the fact that Russia was the first country that had embarked on the path of victorious socialist construction. Lenin said: "... We can be proud of and we are proud that we have the good fortune to start building a Soviet state, to begin this new era in world history, the era of rule by a new class ..." (V.I. Lenin, Collected Works, Vol. m .33, ed. 4, p.32-33) . "We have a right to be proud and consider ourselves happy - wrote Lenin in 1918 - that we were the first to overthrow in one corner of the globe that wild beast, capitalism, which has filled the earth with blood, brought humanity to starvation and brutality, and which will inevitably die and soon, no matter how the monstrously massacred or the manifestations of its deathbed frenzy are.” (V.I. Lenin, Collected Works, Vol., v.27, izd.4, str.460 ) .

Lenin and up to 1917 respected Russian people, but the leader began to love them even more when he saw that the Great Russians after the first victorious proletarian revolution in the world had begun the construction of socialism. Russian people, as Lenin wanted, under socialism were the first among equals, living in peace on the basis of equality with other nations that make up the USSR.

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