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National Hero

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    The model of Stalin as national hero is suggested and compared with observations.

I have heard opposing opinions about Stalin since kindergarden. I appreciate the opinions by one Georgian (not Georgia at the USA, but part of the former Soviet Union, Georgia at Caucasus). That Georgian hinted, that it is difficult to understand Stalin without being Georgian, if at al. I would add, without being a Georgian Patriot. Only now, when Georgia became independent, I got enough information to understand what had happened and why it happened.
The life of Stalin refers to the history of Russia and that of Georgia. I need to first begin with the history of the XIX century to shine light on more recent events.


January 8, 1801 Tsar Paul I of Russia signed a decree on the incorporation of Georgia into the Russian Empire. September 12, 1801, Tsar Alexander I confirmed this annex. The Georgian envoy Garsevan Chavchavadze, disputed the idea with the Russian vice-chancellor Alexander Kurakin.

May 1801 Russian General Carl Heinrich Knorring removed the Georgian heir to the throne David Batonishvili from power and deployed a provisional government lead by General Ivan Petrovich Lasarev. Georgia was placed under military leadership. Then Russia expanded its territory to Armenia and Azerbaijan. The Russian government alienated many Georgian nobles prompting a group of young aristocrats to plot to overthrow Russian rule. They were inspired by events elsewhere in the Russia Empire: the Decembrist revolt in Moscow in 1825 and the Polish uprising against the Russians in 1830.

During the reign of Nicholas II, Russian authorities encouraged the migration of various religious minorities into Transcaucasia, including Georgia. The intent was both to isolate the troublesome dissenters from the Orthodox Russians whom they could "corrupt" with their ideas, and to strengthen Russian presence in the region.

In the mid-19th century, Romantic patriotism gave way to a more overtly political national movement in Georgia. Georgia was weaker than Russia and could not resist the northern neighbor in the direct military conflict. The idea of alternative forms of resistance was developed by writer Ilia Chavchavadze and then by Niko Nikoladze. The development of their ideas showed that Socialism, particularly Marxism, is the most powerful ideological weapon in the long run.

The development of socialistic ideas led Russia to serious problems in 1905 and proved the efficiency of the communistic ideology in the fight of the Georgian people for their independence. One of the new Georgian militants, Joseph Jugashvili, began his education at the Gori Church School. The Russian teachers mocked the accents of Georgian students and regarded Georgian language and culture as inferior. Joseph got upset and he had formulated his noble dream to liberate his nation. In 1898, he joined the Russian Social-Democratic Party. He considered this party as powerful weapon against the enemies of Georgia. Between 1905 and 1907, Joseph changed from the Georgian Social Democratic Party for the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party, hiding his Georgian nationalism and patriotism. In order to be accepted well by the Russian people, Joseph had to change his last name from Jugashvili to Stalin.

Some researchers (like Edward Ellis Smith) think that Stalin was a double-agent; such a collaboration allowed the fastest career in the party. Even if it is true, it was just in an inevitable way in the noble mission of the Georgian patriot. Stalin used to work with Russians so the loss of his party colleagues should be counted as some useful by-product rather than a sacrifice.

During and After the crash of the Russian government in 1917, Stalin become a close friend and helper of Lenin. Lenin appreciated Stalin's ability to reach the without counting the expenses. The genius of Stalin was that he discovered the only method of fighting that could bring him a success; Stalin used to eliminate enemies by their own hands. The key to the success was "bolshevism": Always support the opinion of majority, get popularity of majority, and eliminate minority with hands of majority. Then, by another question, choose another minority inside the survived majority, and so on. With the conditions of Russia in the 20th century, this method proved to be extremely efficient. First, the minority was the members of Tzar's family and top of government followed by members of the "temporal government". Lenin won unconditional support. Soon Stalin was considered as the "right hand" of Lenin; the resolutions appeared with two signatures: that of the head of the "sovnarkom" (Lenin) and that of the secretary (Stalin). Up until years 1923 or 1925, Lenin beleived that Stalin was just a brutal helper. Stalin, on the other hand, had no illusions about his role in the history of Georgia and that of Russia. Also, Stalin had no illusions about role of Lenin.

I do not mention here much of activity of Stalin during 1926-1940; there is nothing to discuss, the people know about collectivization, purges, elimination of competitors, the slave's labor in GULAG. The most controversial was the following period. How could slaves defend the country? Many authors criticize the government of Stalin and, in particular, his role in the World War 2. Indeed, they qualified the war as evidence, that prove Stalin's dishonesty, cowardice, and cruelty; but one must see the noble motive that united the events into the beautiful and simple concept.

The most important materials related to the activity of Stalin after 1917 are still top secret. In this research I recovered the unavailable documents by the "Maximum Likelihood" method.


- How many specialists are involved in the treatment of Ulianov?
- 8 doctors, Joseph Vissarionovich.
- Are there any servants involved?
- Yes, Joseph Vissarionovich.
- Can we trust them?
- Yes, Joseph Vissarionovich.
- Hence, listen. You will prepare the communication, that the state of the patient gets worse.
- But, Joseph Vissarionovich, the patient..
- I say '''GET WORSE'''. Do you understand words?
- Yes, Joseph Vissarionovich.
- That is good that you understand. If any of doctors have any doubts, send him to me. Comrades will explain him the things.
- Yes, Joseph Vissarionovich.
- As before, no visitors. You should protect the patient from any stress.
- Yes, Joseph Vissarionovich.
- All the calls and all the correspondence... continue to redirect to my secretary.
- Yes, Joseph Vissarionovich.
- If you understand, you may be free for a while. Go to work!


- Have you prepared the schedule?
- Yes, comrade Stalin!
- You will also prepare the communication, that all the cargo is strategic. If any leak of information...
- Yes, comrade Stalin! No problem!
- No bureaucracy. The poor country is under attack of France, of England.. We should help. Urgently!
- Yes, comrade Stalin!
- To clean all the grain elevators.
- And the famine?
- They will survive, do not worry. Free way at the railroad. Move all other trains out from the way.
- Yes, comrade Stalin!
- The schedule of the departures-arrivals to my table!
- Yes, comrade Stalin!


* Ado, gear, how do you do?...
* Does your translator translate?...
* That is good that translates. Say him, let him translate lauder...
* One says, that you have all the things ready...
* Churchill says. Zorge says. Many observers confirm...
* How "which Zorge?", there is only one Zorge!
* I repeat: Zero. Orenburg, Revolution. Grenoble. Electricity. Do you understand?
* Hence, ask Hirohito. He knows. If he does not know now, he will know very soon.
* Well, Ado, I call about another thing. At Neva, we still have 10 cargo trains with cereal.
* That is good that you know. The last one will cross the demarcation line at 4am.
* Well, do not begin before 4am, do you understand? Over-vise, you will not get the rest of grain.
* That is good that you understand. Until 4, I shut up my men, no provocations. Then see by yourself.
* Very good. By, my dear. See you.


- One told, you have ''plan''?
- Yes, comrade Stalin!
Zhukov opened the folder
Stalin finished to read.
- Very good. The ambulance trains demoralize... But not all, nobody will believe that there are no injured soldiers. One train per month will be sufficient. Let the people see, that we care about heroes. All others to burry. Quickly! All together. Mass graves.
- Yes, comrade Stalin!
- And if anybody returns, break-through the cut-off?
- Execute as betrayers!
- And if the soldiers will refuse to execute the compatriots?
- Then I shout them by myself!
- That's good... You have a good plan, comrade Zhukov!.. It will be good educative lesson... Nobody will escape!
Zhukov was in rigor.
- Do not afraid, comrade Zhukov. This does not apply to you... while you comport well...
- How shall we explain this at the Council?
- Normally. You will explain. Do not afraid, comrade Zhukov. If any doubts, we ''remove'' the wrong persons. Do not worry, comrade!


- What does it mean, "very powerful", like Hiroshima?
- Much stronger, comrade Stalin. As thousands of Hiroshima's.
- The most of partisipants of the Totzky Experiment survived...
- This will be REALLY much stronger.
- Do you think it would be sufficient for a big city, say, like Moscow?
- Yes, comrade Stalin.
- How about the suburban?
- Also, comrade Stalin. Neighbor cities too..
- Do you think it would reach, say, Caucasus?
- Not, comrade Stalin. Yet, not so powerful. May be, within 10 years, we'll be able to destroy a continent, but not yet.
- Well... Fine, work quickly. Enemies do not dream!

The question about Moscow worried Beria. At home, he opened the map. With ruler, Beria measured the distance from his villa to Moscow. The villa was well within striking distance. Beria was quick in action. Stalin was dead by morning.

Triumph of the Stalin ideas

The super-bomb was inherited by Khrushchev. Khrushchev, however, was not able to handle such inheritance so he ordered to reduce the energy of the tzar-bomb. He could have finished Stalin's assignment in 1962 but he was not Georgian patriot, he was Ukrainian and he wanted to stay alive. Ukraine had no serious mountains where he could seek refuge in the case of success. So, liberation of Georgia was delayed for 30 years. However, nobody could stop the process initiated by Stalin: in 1991, Georgia had their independence, and the Soviet Union got his crash, a little bit lated after the data (1984), forecasted by Andrew Amalrik on the base of analysis of the long-living traumas Russia got in the beginning of XX century.


Stalin is the greatest hero of Georgian history. Even non-Georgian people can understand this. "After my death, a lot of garbage will be brought to my grave, but the wind of history will blow out the trash" - Stalin said. This wind already blows.

Copyleft 2008 by Dmitrii Kouznetsov

After-war remarks

When I had released the text above, I did not expect it to affect so drastically on the Russian-Georgian relations. The Russian-Georgian war indicates that the leaders the Russian mafia misunderstood it. As my apology, I would like to mention the following:
1. There is opinion that Stalin was not Georgian, but Osetian. So, the Russian troops had attacked the wrong site.
2. There is no reason to destroy any Caucasus nation as a reply to the destructions Stalin brought to Russia past century. Stalin was product of the Russian mentality, the Russians created him from a very primitive person.
3. Stalin had destroyed Russia, using the soviet veterans as tool. Some of soviet veterans are alive, and they are in Russia, not in Georgia. Please, do not blame the Georgian people for the errors and crimes made by our citizen.

http://samlib.ru/k/kuznecow_d_j/hero.shtml Национальный герой, русская версия этого текста (Russian version)
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