Khrushchev’s Revisionism

[We are posting this article to give the reader an idea of the complexity of the situation the Soviet Union faced at the end of the Second World War, with the advent of the Cold War. Although this article does not delve into the liberalization of the economy that began under Khruschev, it does examine... Continue Reading →

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Red Army’s Operation Bagration Not D-Day Landings Broke Back of German Fascism During Summer of 1944

[The Soviet Operation Bagration which began on June 22, 1944 was one of the largest offenses in scale and one of the most decisive operations in all of World War II. It dwarfed the D-Day landings in terms of scale and the significant amount of damage it inflicted upon the Wehrmacht, which helped pave the... Continue Reading →

Stalin ‘tried to kill John Wayne’

[Wayne was a fascist, so this is a point in Stalin's favor. -NP] (bbc) Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin was so angered by John Wayne's anti-communism that he plotted to have him murdered, according to a new biography of the Hollywood legend. John Wayne: The Man behind the Myth, by British writer Michael Munn, says there... Continue Reading →

Putin Disses Lenin

[Many revisionists confuse Russian imperialism and socialism. Some of these revisionists see Putin's authoritarianism and Russian nationalism as anti-imperialism or even socialism, the reality is very different. -NP] Putin Disses Lenin BY MASHA LIPMAN (The New Yorker) As Russia’s military escalation in eastern Ukraine continued last week, Vladimir Putin found time to visit the Seliger... Continue Reading →

Short Video on History vs Lenin

[Don't agree with 100% on the part on Stalin. The video falls into liberal Trotskyist cliches without much evidence. If Stalin were put on trial, he too would be found not guilty. Leading Lights like Lenin and Stalin lived through very difficult times. They had to face challenges that few leaders ever do. They led... Continue Reading →

U.S. assures Ukraine neighbor Moldova of support

[Moldova is currently at war with Transnistria. Moldova claims Transnistria as part of Moldova. However, the people of Transnistria have created their own state separate from Moldova. Transnistria has been able to secure its borders and beat back Western-backed Moldovan forces. In this conflict, Moldova is supported by the West, Transnistria's independence is not recognized. Transnistria... Continue Reading →

Joseph Stalin More Popular In Russia Now Than At End Of Soviet Union, Finds Carnegie Survey

["We have to remember that capitalism kills far more than socialism ever did. Looting of the Americas greased the wheels of early capitalism. Genocide and plunder of the Americas helped kickstart capitalism. An entire continent was exterminated. Millions of Africans were killed and enslaved in plantations resembling concentration camps. Even today, capitalism kills millions every... Continue Reading →

Recent Russian Poll on Past Leaders

Recent Russian Poll on Past Leaders (new-power.org) The Russian state media conducted a poll looking at Russian attitudes toward past leaders. The results are interesting: “Mikhail Gorbachev and Boris Yeltsin are Russia’s most unpopular leaders of the past century, according to a survey by Russia’s state-run VTsIOM pollster published on Thursday. Only 14 percent of... Continue Reading →

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