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 No.326202[Last 50 Posts]

Please come back Rusanon Comrades! Save us from the polyp and lolbert raids.

Я вас категорически приветствую.

- A westoid who misses you.

 No.326226

I'm also not Russian but I think I can speak for the leftypol masses when I say that we love our beautiful Russians and want to give them big, brotherly socialist fraternal kisses. Isn't that right, folks?

 No.326236

что происходит с сюзным государством? батька пойдёт на уступки?

 No.326243

>>326226

Honestly, they tend to raise the level of discourse.

Because as much as the marxism is a minority worldview in Russia, and that the level of discourse could still be a lot better there, it's still heavens and earth better compared to the absolute dumpster fire that is the discourse in the "western left".

Certain kinds of bullshit simply don't pass very well there thanks to the direct experience of the Soviet Union and its intellectual legacies.

That being said I am still sad that Boris Yulin and Andrey Rudoy are separated. Icrievertim. Mom and Dad pls dont fite :'(

 No.326249

>>326236

I don't know man. It's been 20+ years. The problem the entrenched interests of the russian bourgeoisie. And the Russian security apparatuses are bit too cucked by them defacto (Union state with Belarus is geopolitically completely rational after all; That it hasn't happened to this day suggests the cuckholdery is pretty intractable)

 No.326296

did the Russians go to 2ch.hk/ussr/?
can any of them review the place?

 No.326509

>>326243
>Because as much as the marxism is a minority worldview in Russia, and that the level of discourse could still be a lot better there, it's still heavens and earth better compared to the absolute dumpster fire that is the discourse in the "western left".
Probably because we have shitload of literature and films from USSr times, so it's easier to pick up marxist and communist theory from the get go. And just general knowledge about Soviet Union.

>That being said I am still sad that Boris Yulin and Andrey Rudoy are separated. Icrievertim. Mom and Dad pls dont fite :'(

Durevestnik was always meh and given his "comrades" from Souz Marxistov and his general ineptitude towards subject he discusses, it was coming for a long time. And it's not like it's just Yulin. Rudoy shat himself publically with his video about Trotsky and only lazy didn't pick that video apart.

 No.326511

>>326296
As of now, it is dead for all practical purposes.

 No.326705

Not another thread. Please fuck off rat. Russians are all mentally ill and have no place on our board

 No.327037

>>326202
wait didn't we have a russian general thread? what happened to that
Hopefully we still have some Russanons lurking on leftypol

 No.327042

>>327037

Unfortunately it went inactive and died. So I decided to use my newly acquired juche necromantic powers to bring it back.

Bonus: Click on thread embedded for some jazzy Soviet tunes.

 No.327049

>>327042
Thats a shame to hear, hopefully this thread remains more active.

Thanks for sharing the Soviet jazz, heres an English Jazz version of the Internationale

 No.327411

>>326509

I tend to agree with you. For some reason the language and cultural barrier really seem to restrict most westoid lefties from accessing FSU views.

You would think that the profligate youtube channels and availability of auto translate would prompt more cross pollination, but it seems like at best Grover Furr or Arch J. Getty might get occasional references.

Still, things have improved at least marginally compared to 10-15 years ago.

 No.327460

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>>326296
This takes me back.

 No.327493

reminder: there will be an anti-war conference to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the german attack on the SU at 8 pm GMT+2 on june 20th, it's organised by the rebirth of communism guy and is gonna include a few ppl from his party and guys from:
>объединение коммунистов "вперёд"
>красноby
>tellegram channel 'Робітничий Фронт України | РФУ'
>рабочее дело
(as of june 16th)
I'm not really sure whether he's going to stream on his main channel, so, if it's not on the channel in the embedded video, it'll be on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdQrUSRdy36ZyTiwWKe4-qg

 No.327560

>>327493

Thanks anon!

 No.327575

I'm not Russian, but will Snowden suffer the same fate as Assange? I mean Snowden help you, didn't he?

 No.327634

Are volga tatars Russian?

 No.327814

>>327634
Everyone in Russia is russian. Nationalists are destroying harmony between Russia's peoples, they especially ostracize muslims.

 No.327816

>>327814
Ah like spain, so being russian is a plural nationality?farcLas FARC

 No.327823

>>327816
There’s there word «русские» and «россияне». There’s really no ethnic tension between most of the nationalities in Russia, with chechens and nowadays gostarbeiters from Central Asia the exception. The only people stirring the pot are the so-called liberal opposition (in reality, they are not even liberal for the most part, but nationalistic ultras)

 No.327842

>>327823
fascinatingfarcLas FARC

 No.328509

>>327493
it's starting rn, comments are enabled

 No.328550

>>328509

Thanks for linking it directly here.

I'll have to wait for it to process on youtube to get the auto-translate.

 No.328566

>>327814
I am a Russian citizen of tatar ethnicity. I can't really call myself a true Russian without getting a bunch of sarcastic replies.

 No.328579

>>328566
Ну пускай ты россиянин, а не русский. Сам я индус, хоть на деле живу в США.

 No.329249

Open request: Could someone attempt to translate this video? Auto-trans isn't available for some reason.

 No.329282

>>328566
I agree with you, but also don't. You'll get the same treatment for mordvins or bashkirs. There's clearly a division between armenians, chechens, georgians and russians, but no such toxicity between russians and tatars, bashkirs, etc. There's memes about Shoigu, but pretty much everyone considers him russian.

 No.333397

Anyone know if Сафронов speaks English?

Would be great to have him and Paul Cickshott in a discussion video.

 No.336983

>>328579
быть русским это ещё как то славно и почетно но быть россияниным полное дерьмо. Не для нас эта родина.

 No.336992

>>333397
He is your average porky economist that studies USSR economics, so his opinion is usually shit. He doesn't use any marxian economy concepts.

Dickblast would blast his ass off.

 No.336994

>>328579
Не советую называть жителей России россиянами. Слово имеет очень негативные коннотации, в немалой степено потому что это слово использовал Беня

 No.336995

>>329282
Yeah, pretty much. I live in Siberia and can confirm that most ethnicities don't really have any conflict between them and have no trouble considering themselves "russian" in a general sense.

 No.337015

This channel is great. The few translations he does are absolute bangers of "educational" content as far as you can do it in video format. Wish he would translate more vids like vidrel. Is this just my imagination as a non-russian or are your content creators much more anti-popscience than the western counterparts. Especially the western history-youtubers reiterate wikipedia articles while this channel seems to really go somewhat in depth. Am I correct in my assessment or are they average if you actually understand russian?

 No.337016

>>336992
Isn't he the guy frum prime-numbers? I thought they were good?

 No.337018

>>337015
Halim alrah is pretty based english speaking youtuber https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGog4JPn5-W3_XIKccENysg He does pretty good exmplanation of marxist theories, even though i disagree a bit about couple of details.

 No.337020

>>337016
> prime-numbers
If you are talking about the channel of Простые числа, then no that would be Komolov, not Safronov. Though i am not really impressed with Komolov either bu he is better than Safronov.

Also, it would be "simple numbers", not "prime numbers"

 No.337023

>>337020 (me)
My mistake, apparentely Safronov is making videos for Простые числа too. Anywa, my assessment about both of them is that they are bourg economists than primarily use mainstream bourg economy concepts to talk about USSR and planned economy. They have some marxian tidbits here and there, but i wouldn't call them marxian economists like i would Cockshott or Cottrell. We have good youtube channels about marxist philosophy, about history and anthropology, but not about marxian economics.

 No.337046

What would russian anons add to this new multitude article on the russian left
https://newmultitude.org/the-new-russian-left/

 No.337051

>>326226
Nope. Russians betrayed the revolution and are more reactionary than USA ever could be.

 No.337124

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>>337051
shut up, retard

 No.337196

>>337046
Not very good.
Like it literally takes one of the worst youtube channels as an examples of russian left. And posts complete fuck ups like "tankies R&R" in vk group sections (the rest are not much better). Tankies R&R are idpol shilling liberals who are notoriously shitty at marxists theory.

 No.337202

>>337196
>Like it literally takes one of the worst youtube channels as an examples of russian left
Which one you talking about?

 No.337424

>>337023

Honestly I think this assessment is either ignorant or malicious.

The first reason being thst anyone who has degree in economics is going to have learned neoclassical synthesis. Its unavoidable in our present times.

The second reason is that where a marxist economics is taught in any formalized mathematical way, it is almost always an equilibrium borkiewiczian or sraffian derived version that does not and/or cannot reproduce many of marx's conclusions (like the trpf and resulting regular recessions)

But ultimate issue is that the question correct or at minimum useful in any way. There is very empirical work on gosplan and how it actually functionned, and ergo I think Safronov's are at least useful (though likely at least incomplrte consideting the paucity of research).

 No.337795

>>337046
very simplified but a good introductory material

 No.342583

File: 1624822912278.jpg (26.22 KB, 258x385, Ibnkhattab.jpg)

pic related
based or cringe?
I despise the current liberal Russia.

 No.342602

>>337424
>we need to use math for the sake of using math
No, we don't.

Safronov is pretty much your usual liberal, just look at one of his last videos about "was there socialism in USSR", if you consider him a communist after than, then you are not one yourself. Listening to a liberal talking about gosplan, you might as well read Conquest about USSR history. Read Strumilin ffs, plenty of actual materials from the times of USSR about the subject.

 No.344922

>>342602

Again seems malicious or ignorant.

Even the analogy is questionable. Conquest was a cold warrior that relied on testimony and had no archival backup. If Safronov really is just a revisionist liberal economist (say like Robert C. Allen) then an appropriate analogy would be Arch J. Getty or Stephen Wheatcroft. Even so, neither of those authors approve of the USSR.

That said, despite the empty vitriol, thank you nonetheless for mentioning Strumilin. If anyone else has some useful work on Gosplan (especislly with some kind of englush translation availabke do post links).

 No.344927

>>342583

Despising the liberalism that exists in Russia is good for your health, just as despising liberalism in general is.

 No.347559

Apparently a book on the Stalin era and its contemporary relevance with a large collection of authors is going to be put out soon:

 No.347768

>>344922
You seem to have no actual argument. But yes, if you insist, he is Getty of economics, instead of Conquest.

>That said, despite the empty vitriol, thank you nonetheless for mentioning Strumilin.

Don't mentiont it. I do recommend reading actual books from the USSR time instead of watching dubious youtubers. Honestly, they have a lot more information and often written better. Of course, they are gated by knowledge of russian language. There is of course a classic Political economy by Ostrovityanov (Островитянов)

 No.347771

>>347559
>День ТВ
Come one mate, don't be that guy.

 No.347808

>>327042
> juche necromantic powers to bring it back
Necro communist is where it's at.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Union_of_Slavic_Forces_of_Russia

 No.347822

>>326705
lol banned. Good riddance, be sectarian elsewhere.

 No.347872

>>347768

You didn't put forth any argument as to how Safronov's analyses are wrong to begin with, so there was little in the way of counter argument that could be made.

In fact you commit an informal fallacy by claiming because he has supposedly liberal views that therefore his analyses are wrong (genetic fallacy).

 No.347875

>>347808

Based.

 No.347881

>>347872
Well, i kinda gave you an example of one if his lates videos where he explores wherever USSR was socialist by Lenin's standards. I'll give you the link. Watch this video and tell me he is not a liberal, who just quotemines works of Lenin and Marx and never actually read and understood them. FFS his position is basically rebutted by Lenin in the book Safronov quotes (State and revolution).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAlaPTjURaI

 No.347882

>>347872
Almost forgot
>muh fallacies
Can you go back to reddit already?

 No.347889

>>337795
>>337196
Ok which one is it?

 No.347894

>>337202
>>347889
I am primarily talking about Выход Есть, but channels like Думай сам думай сейчас are not very good either. A lot of mistakes in terms of explanation from marxist viewpoints and very shallow analysis. There are plenty of much better channels, simple as that. Talking about russian left on youtube and never even mention channels like Держать Курс (which always comes up on this board when topic is about russian youtube left) and Агипроп is just…i dunno. Seems intentional to leave out more ML leaning channels and only mention vaguely "leftist" ones.

 No.347897

>>347881

You gave no such example earlier in the thread. Go over and look.

 No.347899

>>347882

Never used reddit in my life.

Fallacious arguments are just that, fallacious. They distract and subtract subtract from any kind of good faith discourse.

 No.347921

>>347894
>Агипроп
You mean Syomin?

 No.347923

>>347897
Well, i actually did, just a shorter version
>>342602
>Safronov is pretty much your usual liberal, just look at one of his last videos about "was there socialism in USSR", if you consider him a communist after than, then you are not one yourself.

 No.347928


 No.347931

>>347923

Strange. At the time I tried searching for it but nothing came up. So I figured it was not a video title. It could be that the translation failed.

 No.347934

>>347928
You criticize channels that are too clueless about marxist theory, right? I heard some of you criticize syomin for being a theorylet though. Also
>Держать Курс
Love this channel, if he would only translate his videos more often

 No.347938

>>347931
Well, i didn't post a link to it because at the time it was literally newest video by Safronov on that channel. My fault i guess.

 No.347945

>>347934

Tangential note: There is actually quite a bit of theoretical diversity within marxism, even in political economy.

Just how to interpret what ltv means has a few schools of thought (neo-ricardian/sraffian, new intepretation, tssi, to name a few)

Even though I like Dickblast for example, the video on unequal exchange is misleading; Unequal exchange occurs whenever there is differential production costs or zome scarce resource allowing some producers to earn a rent. Its the mayerial basis for why it is possible to have pmc or "intellectual petit bourgeoisie".

 No.347948

Russians: As far as bourgeois politicians go, how decent is Putin? On one hand he appears to be much better than Yeltsin, but there are also various epidemics in crime and such that go unchecked by him. Is he below, above average, or right about in the middle?

 No.347951

>>347934
>I heard some of you criticize syomin for being a theorylet though.
It is an interesting question. I guess i would need to elaborate on that. Syomin does not have deep understanding on marxism, there are people who do it better on youtube. On the other hand, what he does doesn't require it. He focuses on spreading basic ideas of communism and marxist views to the masses of people and he does it pretty well (i think he is largest communist channel on russian youtube with 536k subs). He is also a daily news channel, again from communist perspective. He know history and politics on a pretty decent level and basics of ML theory and praxis to do a pretty good job.

Channels like Думай сам думай сейчас on the other hand focuses on explanation of maxist theories and when channels like that have pretty shallow understanding of that theory they can be blamed for it.

 No.347956

>>347948
I dunno how to answer that tbh. I hate him, of course, but then again, politicians from other countries don't seem to be much better and the difference comes mostly from different material conditions of those countries.

I guess from the porkies point of view he is pretty good since he managed to stay on power for 20 years.

 No.348052

>>347934
>I heard some of you criticize syomin for being a theorylet though

There was a big left economist event recently with Komolov and all the youtube leftists, and Syomin had a staring contest with Komolov over whether or not China is communist. He got persuaded by Komolov, if we are to judge by Syomin's latest videos. They looked at each other like at enemies, though, during that exchange.

Who the hell knows what's happening behind the scenes? I have a suspicion that Russian bourgeoisie is forced into alliance with China, and geopolitical situation is very serious, so they will use/are using left economists to murder liberals ala how socdems come to power in western democracies.

 No.348063

>>348052
>He got persuaded by Komolov, if we are to judge by Syomin's latest videos.
I wouldn't go that far.
>I have a suspicion that Russian bourgeoisie is forced into alliance with China
Considering the latest meeting of Putin and Biden i don't think so. There are too many ties of russian prokies to USA to just shrug them off like that. Most likely Russian would try not to be involved directly in those conflicts, just taking small bites where it can

 No.348151

what does leftpol think about abkhazia and ossetia?

 No.348388

>>326705
Ahahahahahaha

 No.348425

>>348388
Haha what? Some idiot shows up in the thread and got banned? Learn some real humor.

 No.348551

>>347894
Думай сам is more for introducing people to the very basics of the communist cause instead of actual marxist analysis, no? i don't see that as a problem since that channel seems to mostly be focused on mythbusting anyway, and its a good gateway to other content which we still need

 No.349280

>>348551
Yeah, and they make mistakes in explaining even those basics. Unlike Syomin who knows what he does pretty well

 No.350976

Is there any hope in the CPRF? I read today that police arrested some activists in a rally

 No.353324

russian friends can you translate this Lunacharsky speech to english, or point to translatable text? thank you

 No.353376

>>353324
here's the text
http://www.sovmusic.ru/text.php?fname=lunach01
I don't know russian very well, but the deepl translation looks more or less correct except the very beginning that's translated to 'we tend to think that' when in reality it's a figure of speech that means more or less 'we do think that'; the bit when it says 'We are building our onslaught on' when it should say something like 'We place emphasis on' and the 'bone upon bone, flesh upon flesh' part should say 'bone of bones and flesh of flesh' as in the phrase from the bible

 No.359580

>>347938

I watched the video the other day. Most of it just seemed to be a long set of quotes of Lenin until last quarter or third of the video.

I am not sure how this proves he is hardline non-marxist. I think it does show that he might have misunderstood Lenin here (confusing the immediate tasks of the construction of socialism with socialism itself; Socialism as a word is pretty broadly defined in Marx, hence which the historical record of splits on what constituted "authentic socialism")

Honestly there must something else going on that you haven't revealed in these replies for why your hateboner for this guy is so large. Its one thing not to be into someone, but that wouldn't merit so many replies and such vitriol. Like I am really not a fan of David Harvey's analyses (I think they are often wrong or misleading) but its waste of my time to really put much effort into attacking him.

 No.359655

>>359580
His tactics are basically same as what described by Yakovlev and other anticommunists. His conclusions are consistently antisoviet and anticommunist. This video is just one of the examples, you can see same shit in almost every other video he puts out. Even if he is just honestly mistaken, from practical perspective he should be treated just like every other opportunist.

If you do not understand this, then you are not communist yourself, simple as.

>hateboner

>vitriol
>attacking him

God, i hate libs. Maybe you should cut out this psychoanalysys crap since you obviously is pretty bad at it?
>ts one thing not to be into someone, but that wouldn't merit so many replies and such vitrio
I can ask the same thing, why waste time defending the guy whose videos you don't even watch, apparentely? Do you have some ulterior
motive? After all, you wouldn't waste your time debating completely irrelevant to your immediate life issues with a guy who you described as vitriolic if you didn't, right?

 No.359735

>>350976
No, they have gone all antivaxtard lately.

 No.359929

>>359655

Well, as it stands I did have a lot of other things in life to take care of, hence the big delay in response. My interest here is not even really with Safronov anymore, since my original post was basically about jow liked some of the presentations on aspr and that some of this would be interrsting for the guy to discuss with Paul Cockshott.

Again, there is clearly something I missing. The evidence you showed of this guy being some hardened anti-communist or non-communist isn't very strong.

Of course a person can make genuine mistakes of course, or they could also be grifters. Perhaps the later is also the case for Safronov, but I haven't seen it yet. It could also be genuine disagreement (As an example, I think there unequal exchange occuring that in part explains the diverhence in working class incones between countries, whereas Paul Cockshott is against this view)

I think perhaps what is happening Safronov did or said something that was similar to (as you brought up) what Yakovlev or someone like that has you very angry with him. You haven't so far shown what that is here.

I am someone who can very angry quickly myself over certain things, and I am trying to understand the link here. Perhaps a more concrete example: Zizek can often spout ridiculous western narrative bullshit anout the ussr, but in the majority of videos he pits out its not the subject matter. So maybe there is some other video that is much more damning, or else it could also be a guilt by association issue as well.

 No.363075

A new Syomin livestream dropped recently.

 No.364061

File: 1625752570134-0.jpg (64.41 KB, 960x611, 5160719.jpg)

File: 1625752570134-1.jpg (80.56 KB, 900x506, 900.jpg)

Two russian legends died this week

 No.364074

>>347948
What Putin does is a direct continuation of politics under Yeltsin lol, in the 90's would be oligarchs fought to grab as much property as possible and once they ran out of shit to plunder they ejected the alcoholic retard and put a new guy in to get clean PR. The guy himself does not matter.

 No.364092

Так это русский тред или нет?
>>326226ak-47AK-47

 No.364679

You don't need to speak Russian to sing along to this one.

 No.364705

>>364092
That's not up to me to say. I promised myself I wouldn't interfere in internal Russian affairs but have sent a communique expressing my full support for the the people's struggles.

 No.365984

File: 1625835425803.jpg (266.54 KB, 1071x1461, russian.jpg)

Why are Russians so stylin?

 No.365993

>>365984
Who invited the shah of iran?

 No.366225

File: 1625843829134-0.jpg (570.15 KB, 2048x1356, St Petersburg Russia 2.jpg)

File: 1625843829134-3.mp4 (1.98 MB, 720x1280, NYC subway 3.mp4)

File: 1625843829134-4.png (668.84 KB, 800x600, NYC Metro.png)

St. Petersburg Metro Vs NYC Metro

 No.366287

>>364705
Davis sold out.

 No.367882

Как бы вы оценили федеральные округа России?

 No.367914

>>367882
Иди на хуй со своей парашей, либерал)

 No.367919


 No.367947

>>367919
Wrong thread, sorry.

 No.368823

We would go back to the times of Brezhnev,
And I know that we cannot do everything as before,
but I still have hopes that
We will break out of this total hell.

After all, I want there to be peace
And the children laugh,
And in my country,
And on the whole planet.

I want the economy to grow,
so that the cultural background, not the radioactive background, grows.
So that everyone knows that he is needed and important,
so that there are no those who do not care.

There will always be someone who will be dissatisfied,
But even he will be full, healthy and free.
Let the fresh wind blow in our backs,
Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev is on our banners!

 No.369460

State Duma deputy from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Valery Rashkin found surveillance
https://red.msk.ru/za-deputatom-gosdumy-ot-kprf-valeriem-rashkinym-obnaruzhena-slezhka/
https://twitter.com/RashkinV/status/1413924281248014336
Is the Russian gov trying to move against the communist party?

 No.369652

>>369460

That is what many are suspecting.

Basically unrest in Russian has been high since the 2018 pension reform, and had been gtowing quietly since the relative stagnation of the post 2008 crisis. The 2014 sanctions, oil price declines and recent 2020-1 recession have all contributed as well.

The result has been that the young are increasingky attracted towards left ideas of various kinds.

So the KPRF is being less and less tolerated and more and more treated like disloyal opposition.

Even milktoast people like Platoshkin are being put in jail or detention.

 No.369998

>>369652
I thought russian zoomers were becoming rightoids in response to pro-soviet old people

 No.370192

>>369998

Some are, but on the whole as young peopke get older and enter the labour market their views alter in a leftward direction.

That of course does not necessarily mean marxism, but pull towards the putin nationalite capitalism has waned over the last 3-5 years.

Liberalism in its many remains tjoroughly discrefited amongst everyone a marginal handful of urban booj and bobos.

 No.370218

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>>370192
On another site I chatted for a second in a comments section with a liberal guy who supports Navalny. He was very much an intelligentsia type, fluent English, although not a member of the intelligentsia with much clout. I brought up Putin's system combining the aesthetics of Christianity with the Soviet military victory, and I said, I can see how this can be attractive to some people because it connects people with their history and identity. And he said, yes, it's interesting and it's something the opposition has struggled with.

Meaning: the liberal opposition.

But when I see this video >>364679 it's interesting because they'll just hit you with a portrait of Stalin. I dunno. What do you think? I imagine the urban boojies and bobos see themselves having more in common with other boojies and bobos in other countries than they do other Russians.

 No.370243

>>370218

I think you are correct here. The booj and bobos find more in common with each other across national boundaries that with people of different class in the same country. There some deviations of course, but actual class traitors are the exception that proves the rule*

This even holds amongst the non-liberals, who might be nationaloids/rightoids of various kinds from said class.

* Usually its due to specific circumstances related to alienation;

 No.372507

>>370192
What are bobos?

 No.372511

>>372507

French term for petit bourgeois which also includes pmc.

Its great because of how crude it sounds (on purpose too: french bobos tend to really seethe when hear the term)

 No.372516


 No.372554

>>366225
>wagie so determined to get to work on time she chooses to dive into sewage
I'd hate to become like that

 No.372570

>>368823
Brezhnev, of all people? That's pretty weird, not gonna lie.

 No.372577

>>370218
>I imagine the urban boojies and bobos see themselves having more in common with other boojies and bobos in other countries than they do other Russians.
In my experience they straight up just want to become western boojies. They're either dream of getting a job in western europe and immigrate or more delusional ones straight up want to rebuild their cities into being as close as possible to European cities.

 No.375624

*АГЕ*

 No.375672

They're not going to come back because you're all irony poisoned faggots and it takes an exotic identity for you all to care about a human being.

 No.375709

>>375672
We can bring back The Unicorns!!

 No.375751

>>375672

One can care about particular people; Friends, family, specific comrades, etc. However it is impossible to care about all human beings in general.

A person does not have the physical neuronal processing power to be able to do so (and if he did, doing so might immensely wasteful in terms of time and energy).

Hence the part of the explanation as to why values, morals, idoelogies exist is in order to reduce the computation power required for altruistic behaviour, irrespective of feelings.

 No.375752

Some cool aesthetics for everyone:

 No.375760

>>375751
>it is impossible to care about all human beings in general

that's why you reduce things to….. wait for it….. class so you can care about as much human beings as possible.

 No.375766

>>375760

Indeed, that is consistent with my last point.

 No.375776

>>372577

In relation to this, I have lost the link of that music video where the revolutionairy figure spares the bobo figure and eventually gets killed by her. Can someone share it again?

 No.377230

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 No.379984

>>377230
he is just trying to appeal to nationalist feelings

 No.380746

>>326202
>>326226
I'd join in more often but frankly I prefer 2ch

 No.380749

>>377230
I mean nationalist or not, that is literally true, the name of Ukraine literally comes from being called the Okrayna of Russia, and on a genetic and cultural level they are virtually the same. Ukrainian language is literally a dialect of Old Russian, as is Belorusian.

 No.380754

>>326296
It's a pretty slow board but it's less plagued by outright /pol/fags.

 No.380799

>>377230
This is the idea of the "triune Russian nation" where the Russian nation consists of Great Russians, Little Russians (Ukrainians), and White Russians (Belarusians)

 No.380801

>>380799
Why white? Does it have to do something with the aristocracy?

 No.380803

>>380799
A single indivisible Russia was a popular slogan among the Whites

 No.380804

>>380801
Belarus used to be called "White Russia"

 No.380950

So what's happening so far lads?
Any developments in Russia?eurekaEureka

 No.381198

>>380801
From what i know it is a name that comes from west Europe, Alba Russia. Initially Novgorod lands were called that but later Grand Duchy of Lithuania too. As to why it was called so i have no idea.

 No.384496

>>372570
From what a Russian friend told me once, Leonid Bhreznev would have been considered one of the great leaders in Russia if he had stepped down in 1977 instead of dying in office. Correct me if I'm wrong but it seems that what anti-communists call the "Era of Stagnation" is remembered there in the same way that the "Glorious Thirty" is remembered in France or the economic boom era is remembered in Japan.

 No.384510

>>384496
yes, this is true. the Brezhnev era was the most stable era in the history of the USSR. that's why people like it so much

 No.386351

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 No.386563

>>386351
Any data to corroborate this? No way people would accept such fake outcomes. This must be just one source.

 No.387236

>>386563
Everybody in Russia knows that elections are fake. Not sure about exact numbers but they seem close to truth.

 No.388174

Hey comrades,

I'm looking for the names of the individual music pieces in the video linked. If posdible, could someone share them if they know?

Thanks in advance

 No.388176

>>386351
Holy fuck what is going on here.

 No.388339

>>388174
the first is "V parke" by Alexei Rybnikov https://youtu.be/aYRfXKRoP4M

and the second is "Olympiyskiye talismany" by Eduard Artemyev https://youtu.be/OsqRT9FvLSM

 No.390515

>>388339

Thank you anon

 No.390755

>>380749
That’s as dumb as saying Portuguese are Spanish, by this logic Austria and Switzerland are Germany.

Denying sovereignty to Ukraine will only move it further into nationalism. Same with Belarus.

 No.390898

>>390755

Not so sure about this. The decision to make the USSR a federation with confederate elements gave it another structural weakness (as opposed to something having mire unitary elements).

I think under socialism a Eurasian Union without galicia and the baltics (and maybe WITH mongolia) is a better option that keeping
seperate nation states. All you really need is provinces with autonomy in some cultural matters.

 No.391235

>>390898
Maybe but it shouldn't be completely centralized Russian-majority governing from Moscow. Nations around Russia are sick and tired of its imperial chauvinism, hence the reactionary shit in Ukraine.

In the 90s it led to pogroms towards Russians in many ex-Soviet republics and the later perception of "colonization" by the USSR.

Btw, it's easier for me to read Bulgarian than Ukrainian – Ukrainians have too many distinct roots in their language.

t. Russian

 No.391329

>>391235

Certainly not centralized around Moscow. (Fuck that den of bobos and bougies)

Its time to build a new capital from the ground up, Palace of Soviets included.

 No.391333

>>391329
А где, в Красноярске, что ли? Или в Волгограде?

 No.391629

Found this in a comment section. Is this true?
>You should know as well that [Dugin] was caught numerous times praising Himmler and engaging in massive freak shows with the Harlot of Babylon and tributes to Aleister Crowley. Sergey Kurginyan did an entire 10 part video series investigating the strange world of russian leftists and their connections to the CIA, traitors within the KGB, neo-nazis, satanists, french trots connected with intelligence and the transnational financial oligarchy.

 No.392209

>>391629

Kurginyan also has a wierd cult around him, from what I have heard. The "marginal left" (lack if a better term for the groupuscules outside of large organizations) is a shitshow like everywhere.

 No.392320

>>391333
Например в точке где сходятся границы России, Украины и Беларуси, но вообще надо уменьшать завязку на один город. Work from home, йоба!

 No.392323

English-speaking Russian news sites?

 No.398139

File: 1627128911598.png (1.27 MB, 969x638, ClipboardImage.png)

От кризиса 1993ого года.

 No.398140

>>392323
>>392323
https://www.themoscowtimes.com/
Very lib, but have some interesting stuff.

 No.399685

Hi rusanons,

So I came across one of those soviet expat liberal self described "non-ideologues" on quora by accident due to search engine results.

In so doing it has strengthened my conviction that during the revolution and forever after death penalty must also apply to the closest loved ones of the degenerate in question.

All of these people and their families must be systematically eliminated and then systemically/metaphysically eliminated (so that it becomes impossible for them to come into existence ever again).

A structural surplus of organ replacements for at least a decade or two.

 No.399749

>>392320
Gomel will rise.

 No.402165

What's the power dynamic like between Putin and the oligarchs? He probably has the most power of any one person in Russia, but what if he wipes out all the oligarchs and installs people loyal to him, rather than sharing power with the current ones? Putin has political power unlike the oligarchs so it seems he has more power than them.

 No.404695

>>402165
>What's the power dynamic like between Putin and the oligarchs?
BDSM

 No.404723

>>402165
Puting is nothing but a faithful dog for oligarchs. They put him in power. Stop drinking liberal propaganda kool aid

 No.404830

>>404723
This is unhelpful. Putin has the highest political office in Russia, and has a very large amount of wealth himself. There is no way he is just a "faithful dog" to them.

 No.404954

Hmm, I just understood that it is probably these "USSR strong" threads in .ru were likely made by KPRF.
KPRF is not communist at all, I agitate against it. They do not organize and do not educated workers as I know., they are not a workers party. They show themself as USSR party, but this is not true, but as I know they are more like USSR party traitors.

>>380749
>genetic .. same
This is irrelevant, I do not know why mention this…

But ukrainians have white hair when young and frequently blue eyes. Some of them..

 No.404966

>>404830
You are an idiot who doesn't understand how capitalism works.

 No.405026

>>404966
Putin clearly has more power within his state than any Western politician does in theirs, both political and economic (his personal wealth is estimated to be near $200 billion for instance, SUPER far from people like Biden or even Trump). You probably just can't analyze the situation and assume Russia is like any other country and has its exact same dynamics.

 No.405147

>>405026
I live in Russia, you numnuts. I remember 90s when Putin was nobody but a fuckboi for Sobyanin. They put him in power because he was a good executive, and he is still in power because he still is useful to them. All you need to do is watch how Putin even talks with oligarchs in hte meetings, it's quite clear who is in power there. You know nothing about Russia and you just blindly believes that Putin is like some sort fo tsar because all info you get is from western lib newspapers.

 No.405149

>>405147 (me)
*not Sobyanin, Sobchak. Had a brain fart for a moment.

 No.405183

>>405147
If he is in power, why doesn't he purge the ones who threaten him and then install his own guys? He is one of the most powerful people in the world.

 No.405209

>>405183
Because his power comes from those oligarchs. He is a manager basically. Why do i even need to explain such things on a fucking communist board?

 No.405219

>>405209
What prevents Putin from having these guys assassinated/arrested? Will law enforcement not obey Putin unless he has permission from the oligarchs?

 No.405242

>>405147
What's the deal with Grudinin being banned from running in elections? Isn't he a KPRF member, too? Accusing him of holding foreign assets while russian oligarchs and Putin's daughter live abroad seems like a really bad excuse for getting rid of him.ddrDDR

 No.405315

>>405242
It is the usual circus before elections. Has more or less same reasons behind it as burger "controversies" on election year. Occasionally they need to change clowns so that people keep believing same shit. Zyuganov is a bit old and doesn't really work as opposition material anymore, so they promoted Grudinin to play as opposition.

The scheme is simple - you have the main guy/party, you have some sort of opposition guy and you have some clown that everybody hate so that at least a couple of people would go to election booth to vote for anybody but him. Sometimes they even pretend they repress the opposition guy so that people believe he is "for realz". Most likely he would still be allowed to participate in elections after a bit of a show.

Same shit happened with Navalny several years ago when runnig for mayor of Moscow or something. He was put into police custody but released a couple of days before the elections so he could participate (even though by law he couldn't do it because he was criminally charged)

 No.405343

>>405315
>Sometimes they even pretend they repress the opposition guy so that people believe he is "for realz".
When does that happen?

 No.405344

>>405343
I literally gave an example.

 No.405347

>>405344
Navalny? I thought the Russian state legitimately hated him. Are they really going to let him try to be Moscow's mayor?

 No.405349

>>405209
Wouldn't the Oligarchs want a yeltsin-type neoliberal that lets the west pillage russia, while they make more profits? Putin is still a confused conservative, but he atleast isn't on the "yay-freedom" train as yeltsin was on and he realises that the west is out to finish off russia

 No.405356

>>405349
I remember asking this and got the response that the oligarchs have already consolidated themselves into a class by the late 90s, and after having finished buying up former public property in Russia, got Putin in power to close off the gates, so to say, and preserve the current lineup of oligarchs. Basically to get Putin as a gatekeeper and keep their status safe.

 No.405366

>>405347
>>405349
>>405356
The absolute state of this borad. Just kill me now, please.

 No.405372

>>405366
Enlighten us o' wise one

 No.405380

>>405372
Don't want to, it's not my job.

 No.405386

>>405380
Then tell us where we can get your superior understanding of the domestic political situation in russia. You know maybe some books etc?

 No.405395

Russiabros, does anyone have read it? If yes, what is your opinion of it?

 No.405415

>>405356
That makes sense.

This is simple video (with English subtitles) but I thought it was a good summary of a red perspective on Russia in a global context as an oligarchical state focused on resource extraction and export.

Putin seems like a pretty effective manager overall, but I think the description of him as manager is pretty accurate. Not so much as "president of Russia" as he is "CEO of the Russian Natural Gas Company." He answers to the "board of directors" who are consortium of boojies. I wonder if they're like a "national bourgeoisie" who have an interest in energy production and whose interests Putin favors more than pure speculators like Mikhail Khodorkovsky.

 No.405422

>>405415
7:20 in that video. "Russia is a deindustrialized country of peripheral capitalism whose main function in the global economy is to supply developed countries with natural resources."

 No.405472

are moldanons cool? russian is my first lang..

 No.405486

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What happened to the education system? It's this shit all over post soviet countries

 No.405576

What are some good works to read on watch on the Soviet/Russian space program from the perspective of Russians? A lot of stuff on it in English is from Americans like James Oberg who paint it in unflattering and cynical terms.

 No.405774

ролик о деятельности новой рабочей партии Польши, которая кажется сегодня единственной настоящей левой силой в Польше у которой есть какие-то будущее, особенно смотря на бездеятельность КПП и либерализм других 'левых' движений
надеюсь что увидим в течении наших жизней возрождение союза польского и русского пролетариата

 No.406658

>>405380
Why people do this even?

 No.406984

>>406658
>le faked screenshot has arrived

 No.406996

>>406658
why don't you reply?

 No.407021

Bumping >>405386

 No.407153

>>406996
Probably because i go to sleep at different time than burgers do. Timezones exist.

What exactly do you need me to explain to you, /pol/yps?

 No.407157

What you replied to in >>405366

 No.407162

>>407153
i am not burger
Explain the situation in russia, i seriously want to know it from a leftist perspective. >>405356 seems plausible to me, but you said it's wrong so I don't know now, and am waiting for you to give an alternative, maybe?

 No.407174

>>407162
I am not a fucking leftist, i am a communist. And i already explained it. And if you were a communist, you wouldn't need me to spoon feed you. And since you are not, you are either some shitlib or /pol/yp who each day makes this board worse.

That guy >>405356 doesn't even know what the fuck "class" is. Though he at least more or less right in the fact that Putin is just a manager for the capitalists in power.

>>405380
>>406984
This schizo pretends to be me for some fucking reason i don't even know why.

>>405219
This moron doesn't even understand how state works or capitalism. And asks absoluteky retarded questions like "Why Trump doesn't order Biden shot if he is chief commander"

>>405347
And this faggot can't even read what i wrote.

You shitstains are the reason this board suck and that anons who actualy understand marxism and were doing effort posting left this place.

Fuck. You. All. Don't even fucking bother replying to me, i just hope that you family will get cancer or some shit.

 No.407189

>>407174
>And if you were a communist, you wouldn't need me to spoon feed you.
Dude I don't know the situation in all countries, fuck I barely know what's up in my own country and I'm still a fucking a kid, what do you expect?
>And since you are not
Why do you think that?? Because I'm not an omniscient being that doesn't understand internal affairs in a foreign country??
>not a fucking leftist
Usually this comes from more grounded communists that try to be friends with the working class as opposed to the "leftists" that alienate it with their weird degeneracy and gatekeeping, but you're the fucking gatekeeper here dude, you ARE the kind of "leftist" you're desperately trying not to associate yourself with.

 No.407204

>>407174
What are your thoughts on Samir Amins "Russia and the long transition from capitalism to socialism", if you have read it at all?

 No.407207

>>407174
>Logs onto leftypol.org and says he's not a leftist
>Accuses everyone of being a liberal or fascist
Good chance this is a troll.

 No.407211

>>407207
Could be, but there are quite a lot of communists that try to distance themself from leftism/socialism so idk could be legit

 No.407318

>>407207
>>Logs onto leftypol.org and says he's not a leftist
I bet you have been on this board less than a month. From the start it was a predominantly communist board. And many communist don't care for being called "leftist" because frankly "left" means fuck all while "communist" has a specific meaning.

 No.407329

>>407318
>I bet you have been on this board less than a month. From the start it was a predominantly communist board. And many communist don't care for being called "leftist" because frankly "left" means fuck all while "communist" has a specific meaning.
But it has lefty in the name dude. Why, are you scared of calling yourself a "leftist"?

 No.407340

>>407329
Boy, aren't you retarded. Just go back to /pol/.

 No.407345

>>407340
What, is this the level of understanding you have? You can't explain your thoughts in a clear, short and unambiguous way?

 No.407461


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 No.418036

>>407329

I can't speak for the other poster, but I generally dislike using the term left (and by extension) because its such a vague term.

Alreasy we have a problem that it many places "socialism" means anything from worker controlled planned economy to an economy with government welfare programs.

I think its always to be more precise when possible and avoid amalgam as well as equivocation and genetic fallacies.

 No.418066

>>407329
>But it has lefty in the name dude.
Kek. /pol/yps glow so fucking hard

 No.418084

>>418066
Oh the projection.

 No.418173

>>418084
Seethe chinlet

 No.418303


 No.418727

>>405774
Каждый раз как в комментариях польскоязычных видео этого товарища вижу какое то оживление, в основном это злоба и яд. Не найти чтоб кто-то его защищал. Много ли у него товарищей вообще?

 No.418949

>>418727
>Много ли у него товарищей вообще?
наверно нет. это польша все таки.

хотя у кого есть много товарищей в наше время.

 No.420844

Why did soviet union(post-stalin one) can not grow enough grain to feed it's own population to the point which they had to buy grain from Canada? Please tell me /russia/.4th_international4th International

 No.420856

are here any armenians?
I need someone to explain me this video

 No.420871

>>420844
May be they could grow enough grain, but exchanging oil for Canada grain required less work.
Also, may be the grain was not for human feeding, but for cattle.

 No.420876

>>420844
industrialization

 No.420894

>>420844
That is not true. Depending on the year exports of grain could be larger than imports. Your problem (besides being a shitty russian troll) is that you do not understand a simple fact that what was imported was forage type of crops, crop cultivars used to feed animals, not people.

>>420871
>Also, may be the grain was not for human feeding, but for cattle.
Yes

 No.420916

>>420894
>russian troll
I didn't know about agricutural in Soviet Union before. Moreover, Petty Bourg Uni Professors often talks about Soviet Union could do anything, but feed it own's people, so I come here to make sure that shit they keep spouting is total bullshit.4th_international4th International

 No.420938

>>420916
Aigth. It is just a point often brought up by russian rightoids, so i thought you were the one too.

Wheat was classified in 5 grades in USSR, from 1 being the highest to 5 being lowest. Imported grain was of 4th and 5th grade. Since USSR had limited amount of actual arable land, the decision was made to grew high quality grain for internal consumption and just import forage grain. Socialist system is efficient but it doesn't change the climate and geography of the land and majority of USSR lands were either non arable lands or risk agriculture lands.

Just a bit fo a comparison. The highest grade flour sold for people in USSR was a mix of wheat of 1st and 2nd grade. In modern Russia the highest grade flour is the flour made from 50% 3rd grade and 50% 4th grade. Considerng that grain of 4th grade was used to feed livestock, you can make your own conclusion about the place fo people in capitalism system.

 No.421102

>>418949
Тогда будущее его партии выглядит не так уж радужно, не так ли

 No.423077

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Perestroika did not cause USSR’s downfall but ‘a lot of things’ should have been done differently, says ex-Soviet leader Gorbachev

https://www.rt.com/russia/531136-ussr-collapse-perestroika-gorbachev/

The collapse of the Soviet Union was not caused by the controversial policy of perestroika but should actually be blamed on the attempted coup in August 1991 and a conspiracy between the leaders of Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus.

That’s according to former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, who wrote an article for ‘Russia in Global Affairs’ explaining his point of view that perestroika was “historically correct” and necessary for the USSR.

Gorbachev led the Soviet Union from 1985 until its collapse in 1991 and is seen as one of the most important figures of 20th-century history. However, while he enjoys a positive reputation outside of the country, he is viewed differently inside Russia. Many people blame him for the post-Soviet economic crisis that led to a dramatic decline in living standards, as well as a diminution of Moscow’s status on the world stage.

Perestroika, seen by some as a significant contributing factor in the dissolution of the USSR, was an attempt to restructure the economic system and end stagnation. As part of the policy, Gorbachev introduced market-like reforms into the socialist system, which lead to food shortages and political tensions.

However, according to Gorbachev, those who believe perestroika wasn’t necessary have a very short memory.

“They have either forgotten or don’t want to remember what the moral and psychological situation in Soviet society was like by 1985,” he explained. “People were clamoring for change. Everyone – both leaders and ordinary citizens – felt that something was wrong with the country. The country was sinking deeper into stagnation. Economic growth had virtually stopped.”

“Perestroika was aimed at people. Its goal was to liberate a person, to make him the master of his own destiny, of his country,” he said.

However, despite his conviction that the policy was correct, he did note that he would have done “a lot of things differently.”

In Gorbachev’s opinion, the real reason for the fall of the Soviet Union was insubordination within the ranks of the Communist Party.

“Two blows proved fatal for perestroika,” he explained. “The attempted coup d’etat organized by reactionary forces, including those from my entourage, in August 1991, and the December collusion of the leaders of Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus, which ended the centuries-old history of our state.”

In particular, he pointed the finger at Boris Yeltsin, who was the leader of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, and who promised that a union of some sort would survive. However, according to the former Soviet leader, the heads of Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus got together and opted to destroy the country.

“Yeltsin did not keep his word,” Gorbachev wrote. “He and his entourage sacrificed the Union to an unstoppable desire to reign in the Kremlin.”

 No.423083

>>423077
It's a pity that i will not see this faggot die horribly. He will probably die before the revolution happens, but maybe we will make his family pay for that.

 No.423088

>>423083
>He will probably die before the revolution happens, but maybe we will make his family pay for that.
LARP

 No.423092

>>423088
Fuck off, westoid shitlib, you didn't live through 90s in Russia. I did.

 No.423099

>>423092
>Fuck off, westoid shitlib, you didn't live through 90s in Russia. I did.
да, охуительная история. иди поиграйся в чекиста в каком то другом месте.

 No.423101

>>423099
Говна пожри, гандон штопаный. Научись, блять, сначала предложения с заглавной буквы начинать.

 No.423105

>>423101
>Darned condom
Russian insults must truly be something else.

 No.423107

>>423101
>Говна пожри, гандон штопаный. Научись, блять, сначала предложения с заглавной буквы начинать.
сам пожри говна, мудак ебаный. я буду писать предложения с заглавной буквы когда ты поймешь что дрочить на убийства людей это плохо.

 No.423113

>>423105
I know, they’re great. You can also call someone a reptile (gad), a goat (kozyól) and even a miscarriage (nedonósok).

 No.423114

>>423105
Well it basically means that the person is about as useful as condom that was sutured back

>>423107
Пошел нахуй, подпиндосник сраный. Чмо неграмотное. Пидоров вроде тебя, на буржуев надрачивающих, первым к стенке поставим.

 No.423116

>>423114
>Пидоров вроде тебя, на буржуев надрачивающих, первым к стенке поставим.
LARP

 No.423119

>>423116
Westoid like you, who are not even proletariat but basically labor aristocracy living off sweat and blood of the people from other countries, have no fucking understanding. You are a child who thinks he knows something, but you are nothing but an ignorant shitstain. Fuck you imperialist whore. Fuck your family and fuck your country.

 No.423120

Лучшее зрелище во всем мире, когда двое русских лают на друг друга…Самим роскошным искусством является русская брань.

 No.423121

>>423120
Где ты тут двух русских увидел? Второй это пиндос с корявым русским который на этом сайте обретается. Даже матерится не умеет.

 No.423124

>>423113
>miscarriage
Thanks, I’m going to use that in English.

 No.423125

>>423124
He is wrong tho. Nedonosok is not a miscarriage, it is saying that you were a result of premature birth.

 No.423130

>>423077
This is why these people caused the collapse, they're not able to recognize when something doesn't work. He's even complaining that people were insubordinate and treacherous, how is that level of ignorance even possible ?

 No.423133


 No.423399

>>423119

Westoid here.

Uncritical support for gorby and his family and friends to be slowly tortured to death broadcast live on 4k television.

I realize it's a bit too soft, but what else can be done?

 No.429050

So I read somewhere that the banking sector in Russia has over the last 15 years become more state owned (somewhere in the range of 40-60% of all banks being so, I can't remember if that was measured by total assets or by # of banks).

First it would be good to see if this can be confirmed to be true (I have some doubts).

Second, if it is true, might be this be simply because of bailouts and/or mergers & acquisitions?

 No.429638

https://vk.com/revanchisme1917?w=wall-128823583_79494

Why do russian communists hate black people in the US so much?

 No.429817

>>429638

Post linked was pretty good. Mr. Revanshist did a good job.

I am suprised voush here is cited as making a class based demand. Perhaps his radlibbery is diminishing a tiny bit.

 No.429832

>>429638
Do they? I have literally seen Boris Yulin debunk neo-nazi talking points in a livestream about BLM around the 27 minute mark, though the person he responds to begins at the 18 minute mark

https://youtu.be/GFmzkBGc8rk

 No.429869

>>429832

I think that anon was being sarcastic, given nothing in post could be remotly construed as hating us blacks.

 No.429883

i've heard there are some top notch Russian Marxists on YouTube. could anyone hook me up with some of the best channels from that scene?

 No.429887

>>429883
I like Vestnik Buri, but he’s kind of a drama magnet. Andrei Syomin’s agitprop is kinda boomer-tier in opinions, but he’s also good. Derzhat kurs makes good documentary videos. There’s also Station Marx.

 No.433497

>>429887
>Vestnik Buri
Trot. Very shallow analysis. Not worth it if you are over 18.
>Station Marx
Idpol. Trots. Opportunistic grifters.

 No.433503

>>433497
Ладно, кого ты предпочитаешь?

 No.433624

>Zyuganov vowed to hold a referendum on replacing the Russian tri-color with the former Soviet flag. Zyuganov claimed that the tri-colored flag had been used by Russian collaborators who fought alongside Germans against the Red army in World War II.

Is this true? If so then Zyuganov might be more based than I thought.

 No.433761

>>433624
yes, it is. but think about it. this is the maximum KPRF can do. they are only about cosmetic changes. Even if the government decides to change the flag, russia will still be an oligarchy. symbols can't change the system

 No.433830


 No.433839

>>433624
> some grifter does cheap populism
> "lefty"/pol/ libs - omg he is so based

kys

 No.433933

File: 1628516521841.jpg (223.04 KB, 1125x1903, 94hwmao1k8f71.jpg)

Can I have this meme in original language?

 No.433936

>>433839
>Make a joke post about Zyuganov
>Some autist calls you a lib for a having a sense of humor

Do you seriously think you have what it takes to be a revolutionary? You have to actually have some charisma for that bud.

 No.433941

>>433933
Weird strawman, shit meme.

 No.433946

>>433933
It looks like "Ahmid i yego druzya" or a parody on him. i think i have seen this meme on vk

 No.433949

File: 1628517254982.jpg (524.86 KB, 939x1512, 1UX1FluiMxs.jpg)


 No.433995

>>433933
Not even antifeminist or LGBT, these people are just vampires that destroy labor movements and turn it into idpol

 No.434447

>>433936
You are just autist who is butthurt because no one laughed at your shitty joke.

 No.434765

>>433995

Yes basically. Idpol in Russia is more radcon instead of radlib. Still shit, but instead of horseshit, it's dogshit.

We have to take the dprkpill on this one and completely decommodify ethnicity and erotics, and go further with the latter and de-identitarianize it.

 No.434809

>>434765
Could you explain a bit further?

 No.434828

>>434765
I'm interested too in an elaboration, what do you mean by decommodifying ethnicity and erotics and what does the DPRK have to do with this?

 No.435355

>>434828

Decommodification of erotics means abolishing the selling of any erotic services, including prostitution, pornography, eroticized adverts, etc.

Decommodification of identity means preventing identity markers (food, clothes, films, etc.) from being conpetiticely sold for profit. It is more difficult to accomplish, but banning advertising goes a long way toward this, as well as debranding any items tgat have ethnic content.

De-idententitarianizing erotics means that erotic relationships between are not promoted/taught as identities a person has that either innate or constructed. Instead they are merely activities one engages in. Eg. No one identifues themselves at present a snonstampcollectorist. Eg. No one at present identifues themselvrs as a cancunite when it comes to favorite holiday travel destination.

See video for info how the DPRK handles these issues.

 No.435550

>>435355
I understand everything except the de-identitarianizing erotics explanation. I don't think I understood correctly, but do you mean for example the concepts of a top and a bottom/dom and sub? Or something else. That's just as example btw, something that I imagine qualifies as identities of eroticism, but again I don't think I understood correctly.

 No.435565

>>435355
The last two make no sense tbhleft_communismLeft Communism

 No.435801

>>423083
I understand your frustration, trust me on this one, revenge doesn't make you whole. revenge on Gorbachev won't change the fact the USSR fell. And even in the revolution, what exact support will he get? Man's likely to flee from Russia and go live in another country while the west milks him to say anti-communist shite.

The best revenge is to live a better life than that of your enemies. Focus on laying bricks on houses, not bullets through skulls.eurekaEureka

 No.435999

>>435550

I am not that familiar with the terms you used; As far as I am aware dom and sub is a kind of bdsm fetish, right? No idea what top and bottom mean, but I presume its the same?

If so indeed the idea applies. Assuming that the associated behaviour take place at all under socialism, there would not exist such terminology and associated subculture to construct an identity on the basis of.

That is why I mentionned nonstampcollectorists and cancunites. At present there does not exist an identity for people who do not collect stamps nor one for people who like to vacation in Cancun.

Under socialism ideally the same would be true for erotic behaviour: Eg. If a woman happens to engage in erotic behaviour with another woman, this will not imply any underlying identity as lesbian.

The ultimate goal is to reduce as much as possible the potential social antagonism/competition that could arise on such a basis, and more importantly to have people as much as possible think of each other more in terms of conrades than a plethora of identities. Especially when it comes to eros, those are very intimate matters and so belong in the personal domain.

The radlib and the radcon so fixated on such personal issues are two sides of the same bobo coin.

 No.436015

>>435801

My experience with vengence is that it brings a deep emotional peace.

I think to deny the Soviet peoples this would be a grave insult to them and the memory of their ancestors.

At this point, more excess deaths hace occured due to the destruction of tge Soviet Union on its territory than from the great patriotic war.

The gorbachev family, whether we like it or not, thus owes a portion of a very large blood debt. It must be paid in full for the people to be able to heal.

 No.437509

>>435999
Now I understand what you mean, though another thing I'm interested in is how would this process be enacted as organically as possible? The video you posted is good to understand more specifically what you mean but for example how do you achieve this? I understand that in the case of the DPRK a big influence is probably simply cultural aspects of North Korean society, such as the lack of prominent displays of afection that don't go beyond a hug or holding hands. But how could this be implemented in other countries, particularly western countries?

 No.437561

>>437509

This a question I don't believe I can answer since I am of the opinion that the western countries are headed towards barbarism of one form or another rather than socialism.

My starting point tends to be a third world country like Ghana or Mali, wherein internet penetration is lower to strat with. A non-exhaustive list:

A first step would be s switch to an intranet and a strong state monopoly on foreign trade (both of which have to be done anyways for economic and security reasons) along with boosting the armed forces in order to enforce such. This facilitates the practical enforcement of the ban on commodification.

Then the education reform, sex education would take a highly biological basis, emphasizing the difference between sex (which is reproductive) and erotics (which is passion or lust based). In moral education, love will be taught as a virtue without much focus on specific gendered coupling.

Religious institutions encouraging violence will be heavily fined or shut down. Parades in will generally be banned outside of those that are say patriotic in nature.

Etc.

These (among others) should help reduce idpol tensions with time, hopefully rapidly.

 No.437868

>>437561
Very interesting suggestions, would probably work well in a country not too plagued by idpol as you mention.

 No.440253

>>437868

Thank you. I really detest idpol and culture war (its brands competing for market share), and that is what pushed me to think of how to eliminate/reduce via via structural real material changes.

 No.444198

sdass

 No.444201

ddfgvddffd

 No.454662

File: 1629482309181.jpg (113.8 KB, 494x725, RQG_J2-3VLA.jpg)

bumping this thread

 No.458117

This probably doesn't deserve it's own thread but I'm surprised no one here is talking about this, but what do you guys think about the upcoming Russian ammo ban by the US due to their new sanctions? Any of the American anons here own an AK and such? How much harder do you think it'll be to get ammo after this? Apparently this will still hurt gun owners across the board due to rising prices because of the sanctions

 No.466445

>>458117
>upcoming Russian ammo ban
I haven't heard of this

does Russia even make good ammo nowadays?

 No.467949

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/aug/29/ruling-united-russia-party-offers-payouts-to-ensure-poll-victory
The Communist Party is the second largest party in the country, although it is revisionist. What would happen if the UR party just lost the elections at some point and the communists got in power? Would there be some 1993-type scenario where the military bombards parliament? Though these modern communists are not so hardline as their predecessors, it will still orient the country towards more left-wing thinking, having actual commies in power again, so would Porky attack?

 No.467969

File: 1630264458421.png (799.63 KB, 1152x900, 09583098509345.png)

>>458117
TulAmmo is a major Russian brand in the U.S. and they make ammo for more than just AKs. Apparently, if it does take affect, it won't be for several years? But I imagine it will worsen a lot of supply problems. It'd probably be to the benefit of Serbian ammo manufacturers though.

 No.468089

Russian anons, how likely is actually a USSR 2?

 No.468135


 No.469164

а вы знали что срален насиловал членена в жопу?

 No.478513

>>469164
Ага, хватит пить дядя Резун.

 No.478574

>>433949
>>433933
Awful strawman meme, typical libshit.

 No.478575

>>433503
Выход Есть, ТубусШоу и ещё пару

 No.478582

>>420856
It's a satirical and somewhat trippy commentary about the Post-Soviet 90s and how the rich and perverted are destroying everything cultural, some crying of false repression and others just bandits gaining political power and promoting politics that destroy the economy.

 No.478636

>>478575
Благодарю

 No.478643

Пишите, пацаны, откуда чек может читать о состоянии здравоохранения в СССР или о Политэкономии вышеупомянутой с марксистской точки зрения?

 No.478691

>>478643
cyberleninka.ru

 No.478696

>>478691
Ну и спасибочки

 No.478884

Question: What is the VKPB like? How different is it to the KPRF?

vkpb.ru

 No.478915

>>478884
More antirevisionist and soviet hardliner

 No.478974

>>478884
>vkpb.ru
They're hardliners more in line with traditional Soviet socialism, rather than the more liberalized stuff of the KPRF

 No.480999

А потом приходит тинькофф забирает половину и такой говорит: ВЫИГРЫВАЮТ ВСЕ!

 No.481001


 No.481021

>>480999
Жизнь такова в Рашке.

 No.481023

>>481001
>A literal ad by a banker promoting gaming as a "way of life" because "it'll totally make you money" while you waste your life behind a screen
<even though a gamer becoming successful is a one out of a thousand chance at best
I don't blame the animator, animators gotta eat, but fuck Tinkoff

>>481021
>Рашке
Не называй так, это дурной говор либералов. Но да в РФ много депрессионого

 No.481030

>>481023
Ладно, прости этого простого, скромного владеющего русским языком иностранца.

 No.481040

>>481030
Ладно, бывает.

 No.481376

Слушайте братва, кто помнит такой фильм с 2001ого, Спартак и Калашников?
Я б хотел найти одну песню но её не в титрах, не где не найти!

Слова из песни "Как достали эти вечные упреки. Есть дорога у нас и сквозь потоки людей мы шагаем по ней!"

Что мог найти это короткий клип песни под названием Спартак и Калашников - Главная Тема Но дальше поиск ведёт в тупик. Кто не будь помогите! Есле у кого есть дивайс с Shazam попробуйте

https://wikipedia.tel/Спартак_и_Калашников

 No.481381

File: 1631045260497.png (1.63 MB, 809x1080, ClipboardImage.png)

>>326202 (OP)
Есле кому интересно из славянских. Реккомендую /hobby/ и /anime/ Там есть раззные русский посты или темы о Советской Культуры/ (/edu/ тоже посишяйте)

К Примеру
>>>/hobby/1007
>>>/hobby/8840
>>>/hobby/10604
>>>/hobby/10107
>>>/hobby/1516
>>>/hobby/5388
>>>/hobby/7554
>>>/hobby/18737

>>>/anime/3735
>>>/anime/5517
>>>/anime/90
>>>/anime/1417
>>>/anime/7111

 No.481508

Я америкос индейского происхождения, который свободно владеет русским языком.
Раз мне отец рассказал о Войне за независимость Бангладеша. Индия поддерживала Бангладеш, Индию поддерживал Союз, а Пакистан поддерживала Америка. В течение войны, приплыли в Бенгальский залив Американский флотик, чтобы распугать Индию. А Брежнев, красавец, на ответ послал атомные подводный. Приплыла в Залив из самого Владивостокаб (В любом случае, атомная подводная—не мелочь). Пока американский флот возился в Заливе, сразу всплыли вокруг него, суки вот и удрали.
Я запомнил имя вице-адмирала, кстати. Его назовут Кругляков, Владимир Сергеевич
http://8eskadra.ru/index.php/shtab-eskadry/komandovanie-eskadry/vitse-admiral-kruglyakov-v-s

 No.481535

File: 1631053511163.png (1.38 MB, 1000x1020, 1630532976494.png)


 No.481707

What are some pro communist authors I should be reading? Specifically those who discuss the soviet union?
I've read some of Grover Furr but I can't really take him seriously

 No.481768

>>481707
You really should take him seriously, despite minor nitpicks, not a single person has succintly debunked any of his works and his book Blood Lies directly debunks Timothy Snyders anti-communist shitshow Bloodlands (which also involved Anne Applebaum and her Victims of Communism site)
I would also recommend Douglas Tottle's Fraud, Famine and Fascism (pdf 1) which debunks the Holodomor.
I'd recc some Russian authors, 'cause they really have top tier nuance but they don't have any English translations.
I do much suggest reading Patrick Sloans "Democracy in the Soviet Union" (1937) (pdf 2) I've talked with his son and read the book and it's a fairly nuanced view of the USSR.
Anne Louise Strong is a good writer on the USSR as Walter Duranty, despite attempts at slandering his name, has very fair conclusions about it in his reportages.

 No.482020

>>481768
Благодарю

 No.482046

>>482020
Всегда рад.

 No.482152

>>467949
Apparently, CPRF is siding with LIBERALS like Navalny against UR. That's such a fucking dumb shitshow. CPRF (and socdems everywhere else) will start winning more due to China's influence, but they will use those votes for saving capitalism, as always. Thus CPRF straight up promises not to undo/reassess privatizations, not to undo CPSU trial that happened in 1993, which outlawed CPSU as well as made Russian state officially acknowledge shit like Katyn and Stalin's repressions, trial as a whole presenting CPSU as an occupying force repressing USSR/Russia, and shit like that. CPRF is absolutely cucked, everything that will murder capitalism in Russia they oppose vehemently.

 No.482154

>>435801
Righting the historical wrongs will advance the cuase of communism. Swiping away all the bullshit against USSR will make cucks to capitalism literally wordless, their positions will be descredited the the point saying them out loud will put them in jail - for defending nazis and spouting nazi propaganda-based slanders.

 No.482584

>>482154
Based and correct

 No.484030

>Page 8
Какого Хера!?

 No.484033

слава!

 No.484039

File: 1631194496297-0.jpg (762.98 KB, 1913x2160, Germany.jpg)

This stuff is from Revolutionary Memes Council https://vk.com/revmemsov.
I translated some of them on the booru (using Add Note) but there's a lot to work with, and that's not a good solution outside the Booru.
https://lefty.booru.org/index.php?page=post&s=list&tags=revmemsov
Also check out the translation thread >>>/edu/2085

The ideal thing to do would be to contact them and tell them to start publishing their stuff in English too.
PROTIP: Load the images into Yandex image search, it will automatically transcribe the text in a selection box, then put the resulting transcription into a translator.

 No.484041

>>484039
Typical ᛊᛊRussian nationalist for 364 days a year:
>Talks crap about communists, the Red Army, and the Red Fleet
>Believes the Vlasov army would have "liberated" Slavs
>Rues the defeat of the Russian Liberation Army

Him every May 9th
>"70 years ago OUR great Russian army defeated the enemy with Russian spirit!"

 No.484043

News for Today from Konstantin Syemin

 No.484156

Постим мемы, авось придут наши

 No.484217


 No.485438

File: 1631248933841.png (1.38 MB, 1024x683, 1630590730381.png)

>>484156
>Постим мемы

 No.485545

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHnEoU_4JJo

A very good 2 hours long video about the Japanese Empire's fascism

 No.485871

>>485545
You could have just linked >>>/edu/6994 with the full video

 No.486293

Тред о Тукачевском
>>476872
Тред о Лысенко
>>478766

 No.486299

File: 1631296366221.jpg (125.59 KB, 807x645, Stalin vs Putin.jpg)

>>486293
И Путина Тред >>485813

 No.486551

File: 1631309660153.jpg (127.72 KB, 1241x451, Срач .jpg)

Скажите-ка, какой же срач затеялся между Семиным и Захаровой?

 No.486912

>>486551
Он несколько раз приводил её анти-коммунистические высказывание (подобной то что ты постил) в критике Единороссов

 No.487001

>>486551
He asked, under which banner does the current russian elites do what they are doing, and Zakharova immediately assumed he referred to Vlasov's ROA. As they say, on a thief even a hat burns

 No.487708

File: 1631365223318.png (116.34 KB, 479x517, 3056934-095-0345.png)

Check it out bros

 No.487711

File: 1631365405136.png (73.98 KB, 883x475, E-8bWp-VEAQOkub.png)

Happening?

 No.487716

>>487711
HIGH ENERGY

 No.487725

>>487711
Perhaps this will give the KPRF enough strength to make itself independent from United Russia. Perhaps people are joining that party with serious convictions, as opposed to its current socdemish membership.

 No.488478

>>487711
btw who the fuck votes for the LDRP

 No.488908

putin and his cronies will rig the election like any other capitalist country

 No.489887

>>488478
A lot of people, Zhirinovsky is quite charismatic to many people and he isn't totally wrong in his claims.

 No.489955

>>487708
Wasn't Levada declared a foreign agent?

>>487711
Yellow line go below the treshold. Is teal line New People or Greens? Who are those random nonames

 No.489963

>>489955
New People. It's funny, the American papers say it's a controlled oppo party to steal Navalny supporters. If the American papers are saying that about a liberal party in Russia, it might just be true.

 No.490279

>>489887
В чем тот прав?

 No.490864

>>490279
Во многом. Я не за ЛДПР, но чясто он говорит точные веши и предсказал недавний Неметские-Американские конфликт и на какой почве это произойдёт (невтяной провод)

 No.490969

>>490864
Мда. Хоть одноглазый тебе бы это смог указать.

 No.491053

>>490969
На несколько лет вперед? С датой примерной?

 No.491237

>>490279
У нас есть оружие, блядь: ночью наши учёные чуть-чуть изменят гравитационное поле Земли, и твоя страна будет под водой. 24 часа, блядь, и вся страна твоя будет под водой! Атлантического и Тихого океана.

 No.491276

File: 1631521671185.png (232.69 KB, 960x948, c7p4edhay6n71.png)

<Support for Socialism reaches all time high in Russia

 No.491289


 No.491383

>>491289
>Half of Russians (49%) would prefer the Soviet political system - this is the maximum since the early 2000s
>18% chose the current political system - the share of respondents who chose this option has almost halved since 2015. 16% believe that the best political system is “democracy modeled on Western countries”.
>Almost two-thirds of Russians (62%) believe that the preferred economic system is state planning and distribution
>24% lean towards a system based on private property and market relations
Good and based

 No.491389


 No.491643

File: 1631547889399.png (102.91 KB, 1551x874, ClipboardImage.png)

>>487711
United russia still gets all the seats

 No.491655

>>491276
>democracy vs soviet

ideology= 1 megazizek

 No.491665

>>491655
When someone says this liberal dogwhistle i just reply that its liberal autocracy vs human dignity

 No.491705

>>491389
>Riga
необходимо Прибалтику покорить

 No.491708

>>491643
How? UR's polling is like the lowest in over a decade.

 No.492203

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 No.492254

File: 1631565765953-0.png (404.23 KB, 1280x715, ClipboardImage.png)

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>>491708
CPK bases their predications of FOM polls, which rate them higher as they are state-owned. Still, russia uses parallel voting for FPTP and List seats, so it is possible for UR to win a majority on like 20% of the votes if they get enough local seats.
It is telling that regional polls show Siberia swinging away heavily from UR tho.

 No.492299

Does anyone have good literature on the KPRF? A lot of people here say they are revisionist but I want to see why this happened, what the history of it is.

 No.492848

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Any updates in the past year on Donbas? Is Russia beating the nazis? I haven't checked this story in a couple years tbh

 No.492916

>>492848
It's at a stalemate, no recent heavy fighting outside border conflicts. Donbass and Lugansk are still independent. Russia still hasn't made a solid move there. Donbass returned the name Stalinsk to the city of Donetsk, though the international community isn't accepting it (fuck em). Ukraine is plunging into further poverty and selling out into a NATO base and seemed to be ramping up military activity but then sort of stalled. NATO has been busy agitating for a war against Russia over the new Gasline to Germany.

 No.493433

>>492916
If NATO starts more war it must go in that region. Then Russia can move in stronger

 No.493982

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russian bros, can any of you translate this one for me?
love, /cybersoc/

 No.493991

>>493982
I have this

 No.494007

>>493991
not the same one, sadly. I've gotten this far in transliteration:

>lol. tupye marxisty ne smogut rasstchitaty tseny bez svobodnogo rynka…

>eslib sotsyalisty ponimali ekonomiku oni by ne byli sotsialistami!
>matematitcheskie metody opranizazzii i planirovaniya proizvidstva

 No.494031

>>493991
>>494007
well at least this is decent exercise. I can recognize more and more cyrillic characters without looking them up. it helps that I know some of the names. the gist is quite clear
>teoriya optimalynogo raspredeleniya resursov
>kanmoroezztch l.v.
>izmerenie zatrat i ikh rezulytatov v >sotsialistitcheskom khozyaistve
>indeks proizvoditelynosti
>sistema materialynykh balansov
>smrumtsltsn s.g.
>provlemy izmereniya zatrat i rezulytatov pri optimalynom planirovanii
>noyokhtsloy v.v.
>teoriya mekhotraslevogo analyza "zatraty - vypusk"
>p.ch. mahalanobis
>kokosy
>robota
>zbs
>neobkhodimosty
>tchena
>leny
>obyem

 No.494575

>>494007
>>494031
Ни пуха ни пера, товарищ переводчик

 No.494848

>>494031
In Russia, students study latin alphabet in some way, shape or form. Usually, in algebra/mathematics classes, lol. "Latin in russian" has 1-to-1 correspondence with russian letter, so A is А, B is Б, C is Ц, and so on, plus double letters like SH is Ш, CH is Ч, SHCH (or SCH, or whatever) из Щ, and so on. However, "russian latin" doesn't like C because it looks weird, so Ц is TS. Y (called "eegrek" in math for some reason) represents Й in letters Я, Ё, Е, Ю, but not Ь (soft sign, written only after consonants and representing them being soft. Consonants, except for Ч and Щ, are hard by default). So, YA is Я, YO is Ё, YE is Е, YU is Ю. Words which end in ЫЙ is on case-to-case basis, apparently. You can get either, but personally I notice it translated as YI more often than IY. IY is more consistent with other Y usage in "russian latin", but you get what you get. Ъ is hard sign, it's basically used in places where there's a pause, so, your "obyem" should be "ob'yom". Historically, hard sign was used after all the consonants, but language reform changed that and left it only with the pause function.

Overall, you did great.

 No.494873

>>494575
>good luck, comrade translator
well that only took about ten minutes to translate :o
would have been faster without that strange russian idiom. "down/bad? feather?" -> is he trying to say "not great but not terrible"?

>>494848
thanks for the tips anon

speaking of translation, do any of you have contact with the young communist league in moscow? I heard from cockshott that they're up for translating stuff, and we both would like to see more of victor glushkov's works translated

 No.494930

>>494873
Ни пуха ни пера is a common idiom for good luck like “break a leg” (As in don’t get a bird or mammal when hunting).

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 No.496513

>>495878
wtf I love Navalny now

 No.496516

>>496513
A lot of Americans died just as they started becoming based and red….. good luck Navalny

 No.496518

Good interview with Grudinin on Dozhd right now. (Except for his geese screaming)

 No.496528

>>495878
This says more about the KPRF than it does Navalny.

 No.496542

>>496528
Yes, or his intentions

 No.497063

>>494930
>As in don’t get a bird or mammal when hunting
Isn't the point to get a bird or mammal when hunting? "Break a leg" if anything would mean you would get those animals.

Separate question: what is the material basis for the division in Ukraine, with one side for staying and another for separating towards Russia? Is this just a cultural thing?

 No.497443

>>497063
It’s an idiom type common around the world where you say you hope a bad thing happens so that a good thing happens.

It’s more about integration into the european or the russian economic sphere, but cultural and linguistic demographics are important. Hohols in the west are more likely to speak hohol, and those in the east—russian.

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 No.498284

>>497063
>the material basis for the division in Ukraine, with one side for staying and another for separating towards Russia? Is this just a cultural thing?
west Ukraine is closer to Poland, East Ukraine is basically Russia that got added by Stalin and Lenin. East Ukraine is also more industrial and so more proletarian, meanwhile the west is Agrarian in economy, combined with a lot of urbanization, leading to rather liberalized and TV-brainwashed people that grewup on 100 atrocities of Stalin and forgotten Ukrainian heroes and 90s rubbish like that.

 No.498296

Stalin and Beria were both killed by the Partocrats because Stalin realising the failure of the vulgar collectivisation strategy was about to implement Neo-NEP policies of 'reform and opening up' (Similar to what Deng Xiaoping would eventually successfully implement in China) in order to grow the soviet economy and build productive forces, this was once again attempted under Yuri Andropov at a later date.

Deng and from his current Xi are Stalin's true successors for this reason. they successfully created the economy Stalin talks about wanting to create in 'Economic problems of the USSR'

 No.498303

>>498296
>Beria and talin got killed by Partocrats
true
>Deng and Xi are Stalin's successors
Damn you got the whole division laughing dude

 No.498335

If Stalin was killed he wasn’t killed because the evil tankies were scared he was going to become a Dengoid wtf lmao? Some of his last acts was clamping down on the black MARKET and further egalitarianising pays.

If anything it was because he was going to change the constitution so that elections could happen (see: Cuban model) (which did actually go ahead in 37 though only in Ad-Hoc way) which would have broken up the corruption in the administration.

 No.499195

So what's going on with the election

 No.499218

Do not vote for red socdem CPRF, vote CPCR!

 No.499221

How's the results

 No.499222

>>497460
I like the Soviet building at 0:33 and then the grain threshers mowing through wheat field. Sounds like a government of action that will fight for working families.

 No.499226

>>499195
>So what's going on with the election
are ballots being stuffed?

 No.499307

>>484039
LMAO these are great.

 No.499405

Balaev keeps murdering historians

https://p-balaev.livejournal.com/1432358.html

In short, Khrushev claims that the plan was to fight the enemy on enemy's territory immediately after attack, but instead Stalin retreated to Moscow. So, Stalin bad. And all the historians support Khrushev's claim, because of anticommunism. 20th congress Khruschev's speech is quoted, such as "in press and media there's a prevalent opinion that Stalin used active defence while retreating, that Stalin predicted everything and outplayed everyone", and so on. Meanwhile:

> А теперь кое-что из резолюции по пятилетнему плану развития народного хозяйства СССР, принятого на последнем предвоенном съезде партии:

>«Обеспечить должный контроль за выполнением решений ЦК ВКП(б) и СНК СССР о запрещении строительства новых предприятий в Москве и Ленинграде, а также распространить это постановление на Киев, Харьков, Ростов-на-Дону, Горький, Свердловск, в которых впредь запретить строительство новых предприятий.

Last pre-war 5 year plan literally forbade building any new factories in Moscow, Leningrad, Ukraine, Russia's south.

>б) В таких экономических очагах страны, как восточные районы, Урал и Поволжье, в третьей пятилетке создать предприятия-дублеры по ряду отраслей машиностроения, нефтепереработки и химии, чтобы устранить случайности в снабжении некоторыми промышленными продуктами с предприятий-уникумов.


Build doubles for certain industries, to prevent "randomness in supplies of certain industrial goods". Pretty obvious assumption that supplies will be cut, eh?

Fucking hell. Khruschev's revisionism is very, very insidious. Literally every part of WW2 is rewritten to keep in line with the de-stalinization's black legend.

 No.499481

>>499218
Vote for the All union communist party of bolsheviks

 No.501319

Where to follow live election results (in russian is fine)

 No.501657

Товарищи, может, воскреснет Союз?
https://www.interfax.ru/russia/792303

 No.502064

>>501319
RT, Channel 1 (russian) and Sputnik have live Youtube streams, try looking there.

 No.503226

оцените

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>Page 9
За что?

 No.514970

Hope this is a good place for this. But can someone give me a quick run down on Belarus and Lukashenko? I'm about to watch John Olivers segment on them and want to be prepared for not just him but other liberal talking points about the whole thing.

 No.515028

>>514970

Turn on auto translate.

 No.515035

>>514970

This one too (turn on autotranslate):

 No.515158

>>515028
>>515035
>Tfw you speak both french and russian

 No.515222

>>515158

Don't speak Russian I'm afraid, though I do now know the cyrillic alphabet.

That said it does share quite a few words with french, and its easier in general to pick up a few words in a new language when you know a few other languages.

Been watching rudoy, syomin, yulin, kagarlitsky, etc. relatively for the last 2 years ish now. Its been a good safety net for my mental health overall.

 No.515558

>>515028
>ОПЯТЬ нытьё
Блять, когда то Вестник делал хорошый материял, а последнее время клоунаду устраевает.
need English to post because spamfilter is autistic

 No.515561

>>514970
>John Oliver
Don't even BOTHER.

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File: 1632711863556.png (1.55 MB, 1920x1080, Die Hard Lukashenko.png)

>>514970
See >>>/siberia/153287
and >>>/siberia/153272

 No.515565

>>515222
Tubusshow is very good. Vestnik Buri should be taken with some salt because they have an axe to grind about a lot of things.

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 No.515618

>>515558
>>515565

I posted the вб video in conjunction with the Drweski overview one because I felt they both did a good job at giving a relatively detailed overview of the situation.

Its not really intended as an all out endorsement of all of their views and behaviours as people.

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 No.519757

> Товарищ майор, разрешите обратиться?
< Разрешаю… А чего ты меня "товарищем" - то назвал? Ты знаешь, что "товарищей" всех в 1991 году отменили?!
> Простите? А как надо?
< Господин!
> А вы знаете, что "господ" всех в 1917 году расстреляли?

 No.522039

>>327049
dam this is bretty good comrade

 No.522143

>CPRF members detained as group sues over election results
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/communist-party-members-detained-in-russia-as-group-sues-over-election-results/ar-AAOXZRF
Umm… leftybros? Any opinions on this?

 No.522898

>>522143
See this is exactly the thing I awaited, for the Dems to display their true political colors and so accelerate the increased support of communist parties in Russia. I predict, that , with some good luck A USSR 2.0 may arise and transition from the RF fast enough that the USA is caught flatfooted.

 No.523027

>>522898

Hopefully but difficult:

Besides actually purging the billionaires, their families, the liberals, etc. which is a difficult enough job itself, then there is the issue of how devasted russian industry is: I remember watching some videos by Boris Yulin on how woefully dependent Russia was on intermediate good imports for… ITS WEAPON MANUFACTURING SECTOR.

Its going to take a least one or two five year plan to rebuild the electronics, engineering and machine building sectors.

 No.524463

>>523027
>Its going to take a least one or two five year plan to rebuild the electronics, engineering and machine building sectors.
True, but Russia has done it before and can do it again.

 No.528748

Hey bros, found a crashcourse article into a debunk of the most common economic myths about Stalin and Khruschev http://proriv.ru/articles.shtml/ogienko?vs_safronov It's a debunking of Safronov's "expertise" in economics, but it goes over everything.

I had no clue that according to khruschevite economists, self-costs of producing grain increased from 22 roubles in 1933 to 63 roubles in 1953. Holy shit, apparently, implementing tractors and fertilizers, reducing the amount of manual labor, number of workers, increases costs of production of grain!

 No.528754

>>528748
How could there be costs if the economy is planned? Workers don't compete for wages.

 No.528943

>>528748

Reading the article.

I have a question related to a term that has appeared several times and often in negative connotation, but I am not sure what it means: "Cost Accounting"

An ordinary english meaning for these terms would just be taking the various costs to produce a given product (raw materials, depreciation of equipment, wages, etc.) and adding them up (potential dividing by output to get a cost per unit).

Obviously this in and of itself is just a very basic administrative procedure, so in Russian the term must mean something else so that it is often claim antagonistic to planning.

Can anyone help clarify?

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 No.529008

>>528943
Khozraschyot? That's what khruschevites' economic policies were called. While by itself it's a normal thing - we want factories to optimize their production, so that they don't rely on other factories to cover for them, obviously, you need to understand when such an approach is applicable - for khruschevites it was a way to increase factories' autonomy and hide their anticommunist policies under communist-sounding slogans. Article argues that USSR shouldn't have moved away from subsidizing unprofitable base industries with the profits from end consumer industries, while reality (mainly, China) shows that development of consumer products requires making those base factories solvent via their own means.

Again, it all heavily depends on the situation, and again, khruschevites gutted those policies of all the intended meaning and replaced them with capitalist road. It's a proof that you can't create or support socialism by economic means alone, you can't evade class struggle with economic tricks.

 No.529292

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Now I am certain that USSR has lost less troops than Finland in Winter War. Just look at this desperate shit. "You've lost 250k troops, thousands of planes and tanks! We could have bombed Leningrad at will, but we are not Soviets who bomb civilians! Your hospitals are fool of wounded, and you are experiencing famine! Please surrender!"

 No.529295

>>529292
Finns had it coming anyways

 No.529306

>>529292
This is just rather typical war propaganda. The Soviets were definitely unprepared for the war and certainly wanted a peaceful resolution, especially demonstrated by them willing to cede more and more land as negotiations dragged on. They also underestimated the Finns, who also had home advantage, but by no means were there less Soviet losses.

 No.529334

>>529008

Oh so under the cover of making sure factory units break even the Khruschev policy increased managerial discretion in all kinds of debilitating ways.

I figured it must have veen something like that; It wouldn't make sense that mere accounting was a big political issue.



Aside, I think when it comes to subsidies it would be good for a socialist country to always aim to make them explicitly part of the state budget for ease of tracking. No borrowing loans with negative real interest rates, no hidden cross subsidies between industries, no retained significant profit for discretionary use. That way all subsidies can be more easily openly debated.

 No.529833

>>529306
Or we can look facts in the eye and see that just like with the French hiding behind Maginot, Finns got owned hard, to the point that they had to rewrite history to look like winners, including inventing 10 times more dead Soviets than Finns. http://heninen.net/sopimus/molotov1940_e.htm

 No.529839

>>529306
>>529833
Like seriously, who do you trust more - communists, or bourgeois state's propaganda, upheld as sacred truth by other bourgeois states, and who use those "facts" of horrendous Soviets losses as ammo against communism?

 No.529975

>>528748
>increases costs of production of grain!
I have some doubts on that but it is logical, since in 1933 the Kolkhozes only began and so in 1953 pay, pricing and other things changed compared to the 30s (in part due to the recent war and need to rapidly militarize in to defend against NATO).

>>529306
>by no means were there less Soviet losses.
The 250K and shit is not confirmed by Soviet sources and the numbers in the English Wikipedia are a rough estimation that lumps combat deaths and other deaths/casualties rather then real losses.

 No.530016

>>529975
>pricing and other things changed compared to the 30s (in part due to the recent war and need to rapidly militarize in to defend against NATO).

How the hell would costs of production of grain increase threefold while implementing automation? Even if we assume that recent war and NATO stand-off created policies to rip-off kolkhozniks with pricing, how in the world would that increase costs of production? Khruschevites most likely counted kolkhozniks' increase in wages and living standards as an increase in costs of production of grain, that's the only non-retarded explanation I can think of. And if so, just think about it: khruschevites/revisionists/antistalinists considered an increase in peasants' living standards detrimental to the economy, because of kolkhozniks taking out of the "pool" more goods, thus increasing costs of grain production. Just think about it. Makes sense for them to want to nationalize away kolkhozes' property and make them compliant, eh? It's the kind of thing capitalists would talk about behind the closed doors, to extract maximum profits from the workers. Contrast that with Malenkov's proposed policy to increase state's buying prices for meat and such to promote meat production - by khruschevites' logic that would have increased cost of production of meat through the roof.

 No.530023

>>530010
Except communists. Even Stalin's "fascists losts 4 million troops in 1941" is true, as fascists did indeed lose like 2/3 of their divisions' personnel, amounting roughly to 4 million losses. Yet we only hear german propaganda side of the story, and finnish propaganda side of the story, with Soviets literally being Tolkien orcs. Amazing that even communists buy into this fantasy nonsense.

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>>530029
Yes

 No.530056

>>530016
>increase threefold
How the fuck does gas cost 3 dollars today but was 50 cents back in 1999? You have to take into account price values changing you numbskull, not to mention the wages of the average peasant in 1933 r a lot lower than those in 1953. They also had to rebuild agricultural industry all over again due to having Ukraine and Belorus getting so fucked over during the war.
>hruschevites most likely counted kolkhozniks' increase in wages and living standards as an increase in costs of production
That's what I said.

 No.530074

>>530010
>Everyone lies in war you fucking brainlet
>>530023
>Except communists
Wrong

 No.530109

>>530056
USSR had no inflation, it had deflation under Stalin, actually, with prices dropping throughout 1930-1953 period. Every year on April 1 they had a planned decrease in prices, with new and old prices printed in all the newspapers.

 No.530420

>>529833
>Just read 2 Molotov chapter 40 verse 3 bro

 No.530707

>>530074
u mad?

 No.532756

>434 replies
Gonna be making Russian Anon thread Number 3 soon.
Qe gottta recruit in VK and 2ch.hk /ussr/ (pic related is the old recruitment from a year and a half)

 No.532767

>>530040
It was a joke, you humorless fuck.

 No.533032

>>532756
/ussr/ is dead

 No.533035

>>530109
That's retarded. If you have too much money chasing too few goods you get shortages. Constantly lowering prices places an immense strain on state capacity, builds anger ("I can afford it but it's never in stock!!), and is detrimental to socialism as a whole. Cockshott called it cheap food populism and he's right that this crap shouldn't be done in the next AES state.

 No.533167

so if the KPRF decides to engage in a confrontation with United Russia over the votes, what's the most it can do? what are its options? Zugyanov has the option of cucking out, what is his other option? do they have soft power? could they make life difficult for Putin with civil resistance? could they wage an insurgency?

 No.533291

>>533035
>shortage is when you have too much money

<t.big broin


>Constantly lowering prices places an immense strain on state capacity


Funny how China is consciously implementing the policies of cheap-ening goods via automation and science, especially in heavy industry, and it works wonders while not causing overproduction, "strain on state capacity" or anything bad, really. I can't fucking wait for the end of the current Five Year Plan to see the cheap Chinese chips, and subsequently PCs, smartphones, EVs and all that jazz, to absolutely flood the market with no survivors

>and is detrimental to socialism as a whole


Yes, I fucking hate it when instead of increasing in price as times go on, goods decrease in price. It makes me super angry.

 No.533311

>>533035
>>533291
>shortage is when you have too much money

I mean, just think about it. All goods in the economy are supposed to be consumed. Shortage is when there's no NEEDED goods, not when you have too much money. When you have too much money, you already have everything and bought everything, and you are saving money at this point - or investing it. That's why under Stalin there were bonds for the Soviet citizens to buy to support the state's industrial policies with.

Decrease in prices is the fucking reason why China outcompetes the West. It was similar to what was happening under Stalin, with finns and swedes inventing gulag slave labor allegations to fight Soviet lumber exports - which were cheap and of sufficient quality, destroying competition.

 No.534399

>>533032
Being slow =/= dead

 No.534419

>>533291
>>533311
>shortage is CAUSED by people having too much money
Yes, and this is so easy to demonstrate I'm impressed you're trying to argue against it. Why?

Let's say minimum wage rises to $100 USD/hour in a western country but the government also price controls stuff like meat and bread to stay at the same price. What does this mean? It means that everyone can now afford 9x more meat/eggs/food/etc. than they ""used"" to be able to, assuming they spent it all on meat.

HOWEVER, food production (as well as production of any other good you want to price control) has not been correspondingly increased to match this sudden surge in demand. Not to mention that most price controls suck because they are pinned at prices below break-even points, meaning there is inefficiency and the state is losing money that could be spent on more important things because they're subsidizing it so heavily.

Hence shortages. Hence why Soviet Union suffered with shortages. Hence why people like Khrushchev were doing dumb shit like the Virgin Islands campaign to increase agricultural productivity, since too many people had too much money to spend and stuff was out of stock not always but on a consistent enough basis to generate low level frustration.

>Yes, I fucking hate it when instead of increasing in price as times go on, goods decrease in price. It makes me super angry.

<Being this economically illiterate
Deflation is bad for economies overall. You hold the same position as a lunatic libertarian Bitcoin booster.

If holding money becomes more valuable over time that means that the incentive to invest in future production drops to zero since you can earn more money by doing nothing as the prices of things are constantly decreasing relative to the (constantly increasing) value of your money. Deflation is what was killing national economies and causing spikes of unemployment with the Gold Standard forcing deflation on everyone, until people like Keynes came around. This is why some sections of the Bourgeoisie (the libertarains) want to go back to the Gold Standard, because it means that they can go back to putting everything in their savings account and gaining millions every year without even doing anything (since you can, contrary to popular opinion, lose money on stock investments).

>Decrease in prices is the fucking reason why China outcompetes the West.

Decrease in prices is only RELATIVE TO THE HIGHER COSTS OF EVERYTHING IN THE WESTERN COUNTRIES. Holy shit. If you were born in China and raised and grew up there you would see visible inflation (not much, around 2% inflation annually like a developed Western country, but it's there) because your incomes would be based in Yuan and not USD you utter incompetent. Ya, we get """cheap goods""" that are a steal, but over there it's not like they're all buying lambos since everything is """so cheap"". How the fuck do you not even understand currency value differentials?

 No.534457

>>534419
>HOWEVER, food production (as well as production of any other good you want to price control) has not been correspondingly increased to match this sudden surge in demand.

You just assumed that it didn't increase. Why? Planned economy plans ahead, lol. Why is your assumption is that planners are dumb, and that price controls and production aren't maintained at a level needed for the well-being of the people?

>meaning there is inefficiency and the state is losing money that could be spent on more important things because they're subsidizing it so heavily.


Now then, look at the whole of economy. So, bread costs below break-even point, ok. What does it do to the economy? It frees up workers' money to buy stuff other than bread.

>Hence why people like Khrushchev were doing dumb shit like the Virgin Islands campaign to increase agricultural productivity


Khurschev resulted in meat shortages, lol. Stalin set up an efficient agricultural system that had more meat produced than during Khruschev's Virgin Lands campaign and after. Under Stalin, there was no wide unrest at government policies, people didn't blockade railroads to demand "to turn Khruschev into meat".

>Deflation is bad for economies overall.

<Being this retarded

>If holding money becomes more valuable over time that means that the incentive to invest in future production drops to zero since you can earn more money by doing nothing as the prices of things are constantly decreasing relative to the (constantly increasing) value of your money.


Yes. And? That means you put your money in a bank, and bank uses that money to invest. For example. Workers LOVE seeing goods becoming cheaper, as that signifies FUCKING PROGRESS, and also it corresponds heavily with the rising level of life of workers - because they can buy more stuff with the same amount of money! With workers spending most of their money every month, anyway, because they are FUCKING WORKERS, not capitalists who have money to spare.

>>Decrease in prices is the fucking reason why China outcompetes the West.

Decrease in prices is only RELATIVE TO THE HIGHER COSTS OF EVERYTHING IN THE WESTERN COUNTRIES.

No, you retard, China is specifically PLANNING TO decrease costs of goods - SOEs are tasked with that, most notably steel industries, and for example the costs of new cargo ships have decreased in China by 20% over the past 5-10 years. Which, by the way, made China the biggest ship producer in the world, with their ships being cheaper than South Korea's and Japan's ones. Consumer goods are a different story, but generally speaking costs are decreasing. Say, look at how much TV cost in 1950s, and how much it costs today (relative to average wage). China does the same process INTENTIONALLY, and that murders competition.

 No.534488

>>534457
>You just assumed that it didn't increase.
Because agricultural productivity increasing is not based off the sole will of the planners but also reliant on complex geographical/natural limits/supply chain/trading/etc. factors that cannot be resolved simply by printing out a piece of paper that's been officially stamped and documented that orders a producer along the lines of:
<"ok increase production by 700% in next few months thanks :DDD".
If you're 4 feet tall and I tell you to reach 6 feet tall naturally in the next two months is there anything you can humanly do to accomplish that goal despite me """planning""" it for you, you tard?

>So, bread costs below break-even point, ok. What does it do to the economy? It frees up workers' money to buy stuff other than bread.

You STILL don't understand. The temptation for socialist governments is to subsidize the price of goods under price controls (generally food) way below the break even point meaning that their funds aka their total financial capacity and what the limits of what they can do is being wasted on keeping certain goods permanently stuck at a certain price level when they could be spending that money instead on, say, cancer research, or building a new housing complex, or building a new road.
OPPORTUNITY COST is important. Hence unreasonable price controls result in an unnecessary financial burden that diverts resources away from other important sectors since the state no longer can finance other important projects.

>Yes. And? That means you put your money in a bank, and bank uses that money to invest. For example. Workers LOVE seeing goods becoming cheaper, as that signifies FUCKING PROGRESS, and also it corresponds heavily with the rising level of life of workers - because they can buy more stuff with the same amount of money! With workers spending most of their money every month, anyway, because they are FUCKING WORKERS, not capitalists who have money to spare.


No, no one smart invests in deflationary environments because sitting around and doing nothing with the money is incentivized!
Here is a rough sketch of a deflation example:

>1 unit of deflationary money will be worth 2 (in real terms) by the next - so an increase of 100% in buying power

>If I start an enterprise and pay someone 5 units of money, by next year I will have lost 10 units of money through opportunity cost (5 x 2) because if I sat on it instead of paying it out to someone else I would have had 10 units worth of currency in real terms.
>This means I would need to have a product or service that people would buy to give me at minimum 10 units worth before next year just to be able to reach break-even before even profit occurs - and the likelihood of that? Nil, because customers know they will be able to buy that same product for much cheaper next year! Why not wait a couple years for the currency to get even stronger before buying?
>In addition, the money that I would be paid for whatever good I sell would be worth less (because at that point in time the increase in value hadn't kicked in yet) meaning that further investment into the enterprise would again be a net loss disincentivizing me from continuing.
<End result: Mass unemployment, mass enterprise bankruptcy, and a destroyed or stagnant economy

Now compare to inflation of 2%:
>1 unit of inflationary money will be worth 0.98 by the next
>If I start an enterprise and pay someone 5 units of inflationary money, it will be worth 4.9 by the next
>Since value of """dormant"""/non invested money is negative, I am incentivized to constantly grow and expand operations to make more, because leaving it in my savings or whatever is not going to give me any personal benefits
>My customer base is also incentivized to spend money into the economy, since they know that there will be price rises next year thanks to inflation
>Other analysts will see greater potential and invest in their enterprises, creating a positive cycle of expansion
<End result: Boom times, lots of enterprises founded, fuller employment, and a growing economy.

This is why deflation is retarded and KILLS, absolutely KILLS economies.

Holy shit I can't even fathom that I had to explain that. Hey genius, if cheap goods from China were such a quality of life improvement for the Western workers, why the fuck are so many of them committing suicide and languishing in poverty/unemployment/crime/etc? It's because those goods were produced through the destruction of their native industries meaning that they have suffered a net loss in their living standards through increased unemployment and decayed prospects! "Goods becoming cheaper = progress" has to be the most batshit insane neoliberal take I've ever seen on this board so far. It's not true on an economic level, it's not true on a worker level, it's not true even in terms of the environment because environmental damage not being factored in is a reason why so many goods are so cheap in today's free trade environment. Take the Scandinavian welfare states that succdems look up to - goods and services are EXPENSIVE there because wages are HIGHER and workers are more SECURE (although that is quickly changing after neolib """"reforms""").

>China is specifically PLANNING TO decrease costs of goods - SOEs are tasked with that, most notably steel industries, and for example the costs of new cargo ships have decreased in China by 20% over the past 5-10 years. Which, by the way, made China the biggest ship producer in the world, with their ships being cheaper than South Korea's and Japan's ones. Consumer goods are a different story, but generally speaking costs are decreasing. Say, look at how much TV cost in 1950s, and how much it costs today (relative to average wage). China does the same process INTENTIONALLY, and that murders competition.


Yes of COURSE companies want to out-compete their rivals and push cheaper products. This is a natural function of capitalism. But the Chinese are not aiming for a DEFLATIONARY ECONOMY hence why inflation still exists in China and China's Central Bank still prints money. You can buy less food on the same salary in China today than you could 10 years ago because China's central planners are wise and know that inflation is necessary to grow the economy and that wasteful perma-stuck price controls aren't the way forward. They learnt from the Soviet experience.

>muh cheaper TVs

Fuck you're falling for all the neoliberal memes today I guess. If your wage has remained stagnant for the last 20-30 years as so many workers in the West have; how the FUCK is that a net benefit? You think a boomer who raised their entire family on a single salary trade union job, paid off mortgage, has two cars and money to go on vacation and everything, had a harder time than some fucking zoomer living paycheque to paycheque in a cramped 200ft sq ft apartment eating frozen dinners? That boomer had, what, maybe 6-15% average annual inflation and was still living a better life. The neoliberals enforced budget discipline and inflation targeting to LOWER INFLATION and they did it by destroying unions, workers rights, outsourcing, privatization, etc.

Read a fucking book! You know NOTHING and arguing completely out of your ass!

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 No.534491

>>534419
Bystander here.
But that is only true with price controls, right? Meaning that a good minimum wage or a UBI price controls are unnecessary? Why subsidize bread when you can simply give that money to the citizen and have them choose on what to spend it.

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 No.534524

I think the two above posters are srguing past each other:

 No.534529

>>534524

*cont: The main reason why priced could be decreased under Stalin, particularly in the post war, was because of vast increases in productivity that occured in many industries. ​

However by the seventies productivity growth slowed and the USSR implicit subsidies for consumer goods of various kinds rose leading to occasional particular shortages and arbitrary consumption inequalities. This then explodes with perestroika because of the coops buying state goods and reselling them as well as the abolition of the state monopoly on foreign trade.

 No.534552

>>534399
No, it is dead. Better to recruit people here:
https://2ch.hk/hry/res/553510.html

 No.534560

>>534488
>Because agricultural productivity increasing is not based off the sole will of the planners

You dumdum just assumed that productivity didn't increase. Your imaginary example is just that, an imaginary example that has no relation to reality.

>The temptation for socialist governments is to subsidize the price of goods under price controls (generally food) way below the break even point meaning that their funds aka their total financial capacity and what the limits of what they can do is being wasted on keeping certain goods permanently stuck at a certain price level


Prices and subsidies just reallocate labor, lol. It's more akin to giving a priority to things than spending resources. You spend resources on producing goods, not on buying them when they are already produced. What the fuck are you even going on about? If bread is cheap via subsidies, it's cheap due to basically making other goods costlier. It doesn't decrease overall amount of goods produced DIRECTLY, in can decrease it via making labor more scarce in some industry, because all the laborers went to other job, but OVERALL? Man, you have the most down-to-earth consumerist understanding of economics.

>No, no one smart invests in deflationary environments because sitting around and doing nothing with the money is incentivized!


And yet stalinist USSR, which had deflationary environment, grew fastest in the world for 3 decades. With people investing in bonds, issued by the government, to help the government build more factories, with people saving money in banks, because government told them to and guaranteed that it's safe and good, and so on. You are fucking wrong, HISTORY showed that.

>and the likelihood of that? Nil, because customers know they will be able to buy that same product for much cheaper next year!


Oh yes, people have to buy food, clothes, TVs, cars, homes, education, healthcare, only IF THERE'S INFLATION BREATHING DOWN THEIR NECKS. What the fuck is wrong with you?

>In addition, the money that I would be paid for whatever good I sell would be worth less (because at that point in time the increase in value hadn't kicked in yet) meaning that further investment into the enterprise would again be a net loss disincentivizing me from continuing.


Dude, your money will be able to buy 2 times more of the same TV. You are not CAPITALIST, you are WORKER! You don't fucking buy up companies and invest free money, you live off your WAGE, which you get at the end of the month and which you spend, if we look at the entire economy, on the goods you produced yourself! Stop being a retarded cuck to bourgeois economics.

>It's because those goods were produced through the destruction of their native industries meaning that they have suffered a net loss in their living standards through increased unemployment and decayed prospects!

Who the fuck cares about americans who got outcompeted? We were talking about internal circulation of goods here.

>because environmental damage not being factored in is a reason why so many goods are so cheap in today's free trade environment


Are you seriously implying that we live in a zero sum economy? What the fuck, lol

>You can buy less food on the same salary in China today than you could 10 years ago


No, you can buy more food on the same salary (except their salaries also rose). That's the fucking thing for China, they are lifting out of poverty, they are lifting into the middle income, and soon into high income bracket.

>wasteful perma-stuck price controls aren't the way forward


And yet they are "stucking" steel, coal, electricity prices all the damn time. Fuck, do you even know anything about China, lol?

>Yes of COURSE companies want to out-compete their rivals and push cheaper products.


And that is a net zero sum because of environmental damage, according to you.

>Fuck you're falling for all the neoliberal memes today I guess.


Dude, who's socialist, and who's capitalist, China or USA? In a socialist country, working class controls the state, thus the state works for the people, they produce goods that people need, they do what people want, and that is realized in particular in the form of prices falling while wages are rising. Your "muh neoliberalism therefore you are wrong" is fucking dumb even without me not being a neoliberal.

>That boomer had, what, maybe 6-15% average annual inflation and was still living a better life.


You are an idealist retard who doesn't understand that for different stages of development different things work. Say, Lenin encouraged super-inflation in early USSR to erode the wealth of the rich and to seize their property, and workers were unaffected because they spent their money almost immediately anyway, and peasants paid in grain and were separated from the cities.

>>534529
>The main reason why priced could be decreased under Stalin, particularly in the post war, was because of vast increases in productivity that occured in many industries. ​

Thank you that you understand my argument. That guy, however, will scream "muh neoliberalism" at the idea of goods becoming cheaper, and separately, the idea that all goods will become cheaper, hence the deflation, will stop investments into the industries because of muh no profits. I don't fucking care about present-day americans, we are talking about Stalin and China here. It's a different fucking economy.

 No.534562

>>534491
Since capitalists, and to a lesser degree, landlords, are the ruling class, all those extra money given will end up in landlords' pockets. Subsidizing bread will result in the same thing, really. Apart from controlling prices and rents with the aim of destroying capitalist (and landlords) class there's no way to increase living standards with fiscal/hand-out policies alone. Subsidizing expanded production of bread will create, paradoxically enough, more bread, and cheaper at that, though. While that other poster argued that subsidies mean "lol let the state buy that for you", in reality it's more often along the lines of the state directly expanding production, thus distorting the free market, thus it's haram even to think about that. But really, it's because capitalists hate competition, and don't like the state doing things. That's why communists love to subsidize stuff, because it kills capitalist's profits and outcompetes him off the market.

 No.534895

AHAHAHA

https://p-balaev.livejournal.com/1442118.html

>Впрочем, не просто. Им еще зима помешала. Думаете, только немцам она мешала? Нет, финнам тоже. Сначала мешала тем, что было мало снега: «Однако у противника было техническое преимущество, предоставленное ему погодой. Земля замерзла, а снегу почти не было. Озера и реки замерзли, и вскоре лед стал выдерживать любую технику. В особенности Карельский перешеек превратился для больших масс войск и механизированных частей в пригодную местность. Дороги окрепли, легко было прокладывать и новые. К сожалению, снежный покров продолжал оставаться слишком тонким, чтобы затруднять маневрирование противнику. (К.Г.Маннергейм).

>А потом тем, что было очень холодно: «Вскоре начались исключительно жестокие морозы, поставив как нападающую, так и обороняющуюся стороны перед самыми тяжелыми испытаниями. Нам пришлось пережить такую холодную зиму, что более низкая средняя температура была отмечена всего два раза за последние 112 лет. Поскольку все строения на потерянной приграничной полосе были сожжены, вопрос размещения для русских войск стал трудной проблемой, а холод стал причиной обморожений и снижения боеспособности».

Mannerheim said that finns lost the Winter War because: first, there was too little snow; second, it was the coldest winter in 112 years! 112 years! Fucking fuck, literally the same thing that loser nazis use to cope with. And from Mannerheim himself, no less! The history of WW2 was written by FUCKNG LOSERS.

 No.534909

>>381198
This is an imitation of Byzantium in the Russian Empire.

 No.536279

>>534895
https://p-balaev.livejournal.com/1442502.html

And more. Finns reported that they fought off 2500 Soviet planes, destroying half of them. Also, they destroyed 2500 Soviet tanks out of 5000 deployed against Finland. With what weaponry, you ask? Well, with sniper and automatic fire and Molotov cocktails, obviously!

What a clown country this Finland is. They do believe their own bullshit, don't they? And rest of the West.

 No.537297

>>534552
'tis not

 No.538111

File: 1633674555999.png (2.07 MB, 1080x2049, ClipboardImage.png)

Белая армия, чёрный барон
Снова готовят нам царский трон…

 No.538113

>>536279
>They do believe their own bullshit, don't they
Indeed they do. I argued with a Finn once and the man kept dismissing the evidence I brought upon the Winter War and saying "N-no muh evul sovjets" and he couldn't even have the courtesy to shut his piehole and just move on.

 No.538124

>>538111
>Royal Family
>Russia
Is this like that "King of Germany" grift? Looks like it. I'm Emperor of Rome, Emperor Augustus Anonymous.

 No.538130

>>538111
looking at pictures of this "couple" makes me understand why the romanovs deserved to die

 No.538278

>>538111
>Grand Duke
And pray tell what landſ thiſ gentleman claimſ for hiſ vaſsalage if indeed he is according to that title?

 No.541288

>>538278
Why all of Russia, of course!

 No.541808

>>529292
Where did you find these?

 No.542017

Не кто не может определить реп здесь? Так сука знакома, но вспомнить не могу
https://youtu.be/I3EEOkp8WJ0?t=52

 No.543256

>>542017
Aууууууу!!!!!????

 No.546040

>>538111
checked
>>538124
>>538130
>>538278
помните!

 No.546186

>>546040
предедущяя

 No.546192

>>538124
Oh boy wait until you hear about the Orléanist vs. Legitimist clusterfuck

 No.546226

File: 1634178666714.png (676 KB, 508x960, ClipboardImage.png)

Recently found a vk page dedicated to anticommunism that tries to heroize the CIA asset Felix Rodriguz - the man that had Che Guevara executed (the fucker is still alive too). For English anons the account's posts are essentially pic related in terms of content.

Just as an aside but the Anti-Communism VK account is a Russian translated version of a Western movement funded by glowing NGOs and that literally use discount /pol/ content.
https://vk.com/wall-151189961_368439
https://archive.is/pBbu4

будьте на чику!

PS. Some fuck is shilling shirts of Rodriguez in the comments, make sure to make memes japing the fuck outta the bastard.

 No.546229

I don't understand Yeltsin's psychology, you get to loof the entire country down to the copper wire but you're still a suicidal alcoholic? Just enjoy the loot man. Why not be a fun drunk?

 No.546230

I don't understand Yeltsin's psychology, you get to loof the entire country down to the copper wire but you're still a suicidal alcoholic? Just enjoy the loot man. Why not be a fun drunk?

 No.546235

>>546230
He probably knew he betrayed Russia, on some level

 No.546344

>>546230
Bad habits carried over from Soviet times. Say what you will, but bureaucracy came from the people, and shared a lot more with the workers than with capitalists they'd become later. Also, alcoholism was endemic for Russia's rulers, czars were drinking themselves mad as well >>546186 This or previous video on that channel exposed Nikky 2 as alcoholic, to the huge butthurt of czarist/whites fans

 No.546348

>>546344
>alcoholism was endemic for Russia's rulers,
Did any of them walk into a sauna with a bottle of vodka trying to kill themselves? Maybe I'm stupid but there's a difference between drunk and suicidal drunk

 No.546349

>>546348

could it just have been an extreme form of addiction?

 No.546354

>>546226
>Anti-Communism VK
There are some memes making fun of them by revmemsov

 No.546356

>>484039
they have an English language Twitter account but it is barely used
https://twitter.com/another_comrade

 No.546358

>>546344
It's not really from Soviet times, but more from the post-ВоВ generation because during the war drinking off the trauma and drinking before battle became so necessary that the generation then and immediately after tended to over use alcohol. By the 80s this is no longer a major problem despite Gorbachev's bullshit.

>>546354
Yeah but I meant for this specific post about Rodriguez

 No.546359

>>546356
Huh, good to be aware of

 No.546452

Okay challenge time:

1. Watch this video
2. Do not cry

(P.S. I have already failed 😭)

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 No.547118

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File: 1634237391134-1.mp4 (2.24 MB, 848x478, ITzqjhYZLq2pzWhK.mp4)

Ukraine showing those western values

 No.547125

>>547118
I want the soviet union to come back absorb ukraine and kill all the reactionaries there.

 No.547129

>>547118
Ukraine is a fucking Joke at this point. They rather simp for their murderers than for the people that saved their lives. The should unironically just led the Golden Horde reappear and take them over. The Golden Horde be better than what Ukraine has now, hell even the Soviet Union coming back and resbsorbing them I don't care which happens first.

 No.548541

File: 1634335403428.jpg (78.7 KB, 1280x720, Goblin Circulation.jpg)

Ну Чё пацаны, Гобурина?
>>>/anime/10870

 No.548926

>>547129
it's ironic that ancoms LARP alongside them and Belarus' CIA "protests" vid related

 No.553454

Рудой недавно выкатил свою политическую программу
https://youtu.be/B1WsIIoNV6Y
Что думаете?

 No.553541

>>553454
Ну, я не против

 No.553732

>>553454
Вроде б правельно говорит но как то слабо ои не конкретно в отношение ситуаций сейчяс в РФ

 No.555993

Про чернобыль тред >>>/hobby/9068

 No.556114

>>405576
I know you posted quite a long time ago, but if you're still looking, then Boris Chertok's 4-volume Rockets and People is a comprehensive history of the Soviet program written by someone intimately involved in the Soviet space program. Chertok was a controls systems engineer, deputy director at Energia and one of Korolev's closest associates, and also worked at Roscosmos in the last years of his life. The English translation of these books was published by NASA.

 No.556494

>>556114
The anon reposted in /edu/, mind post these useful files in >>>/edu/1460 ?

 No.557625

>>556494
Thank you! I will do so.

 No.557968

>>557625
Спасибо!

 No.563270

Kremlin critic Navalny wins EU's Sakharov rights award
https://news.yahoo.com/kremlin-critic-navalny-wins-eus-141712776.html
>The European Parliament on Wednesday gave its Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought – the EU's top human rights award – to jailed Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny.

 No.563303

>>547118
Why are Ukrainians like this?

 No.563371

>How did Soviet People React to the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact?
has anyone seen this? does anyone know this guy?

 No.563549

>>563371
It's all khokhols, already a reason to be suspicious. Next, ZERO official Soviet press, because everyone knows that Soviet press didn't represent opinions of the people just like Chinese press doesn't. Instead, it includes even nationalists, fascists, weird germans from Odessa who are getting funny looks, butthurt Poles, and so on.
>hurrdurr, we must send germans grain while we are starving! totally true, we are starviiiing
>but-but-but pioneers know that fascista are enemies, and now we are allies! That's what BBC tells us, so that's certainly how USSR officially thinks!
>RED IMPERIALISM!!1 Attacking Poland, which tried for the last decade to ally Germany to partake in crusade against USSR, is RED IMPERIALISM!!!1

What a clown, wew

 No.563572

>>563549
I wonder where did he got the scans of the documents.
Did he made them by himself? Or did he find it online?
he doesn't give any link or something

 No.565249

>>563371
Utter horseshit. Soviet Press never said "fascists became our friends" and only declared friendship between the German and Soviet PEOPLES, as part of the attempt to calm any anti-German sentiment. As for grain as >>563549 mentioned… it's a miniscule and irrelevant amount.
https://leftypedia.org/wiki/Molotov-Ribbentrop_Pact#.27Trade.27_Between_the_USSR_and_Nazi_Germany

 No.573309

File: 1635572223473.mp4 (10.69 MB, 1280x720, rus political compass.mp4)

ЛОЛ

 No.573318

>>563549
>Next, ZERO official Soviet press, because everyone knows that Soviet press didn't represent opinions of the people just like Chinese press doesn't.
Yeah duhh. Only the official American press can be trusted to give objective opinions on events in any country, America, or un-american states

 No.573324

>>547118
>>547125
Work azov uighurs to death building the Palace of Soviets and entomb them as a mausoleum to reactionary degeneracy

 No.573705

>>347808
Holy shit, the ghosts in carnal form

 No.574015

>>573309
Behold, the process of dialectics as seen within a man himself.

 No.574528

My little pre-split thread is over 500 replies and is all grown up. 🥲

Don't forget to click the vid to listen to some jazzy soviet tunes.

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 No.575542

File: 1635742965609.png (438.97 KB, 552x565, ClipboardImage.png)

>Russian weapons maker Kalashnikov negotiates joint production in South America
<Kalashnikov Concern privatization increases
Простите Миша, мы всё продали…

 No.575576

>>575542
Скорее просрали

 No.576077

Seems the repression of the KPRF is ramping up hugely in Russia.

 No.576310

>>576077
Because it's gotten so popular and the anger at the current regime is beginning to boil over.

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 No.583086

File: 1636136825658-1.jpg (426.57 KB, 732x1100, PP471.jpg)

>>576310
Let's hope it keeps boiling comrade.

 No.583692

>>326226
They have a great revolutionary tradition which helps. I'm very envious of it. Their posters on here are very knowledgeable. Compare that to "my" country (Britain) which will likely be one of last places on earth to have a revolution where communist knowledge is almost zero.

 No.583765

i'm not Russian but have friends who are and I'm very interested in their Communist movement. Do any Rusanons have any recommendations for Russian books/articles/academic papers that debunk common talking points about the USSR? stuff along the lines of Farm to Factory by Robert Allen? Because from what little I've gathered through they have a much more nuanced perspective of it than in the west so I'd like to translate what I can over to english.

 No.584204

>>583765
>Do any Rusanons have any recommendations for Russian books/articles/academic papers that debunk common talking points about the USSR?
Muhin's book on Katyn debunks the "Muh NKVD narrative" and explains the material and socio-political reasons for the action leading up to it and following.

Cyber.leninka has a lot of Russian historical articles on communism and communists. There's tons of stuff on >>>/edu/ and things that I can't remember off the top of my head.

>Farm to Factory

I'd post them but I realized that I have so many files to dig through that I can't post on short notice. Check the pdf thread on /edu/ and the Permaculture thread on /hobby/
Check this out too:
https://www.quora.com/What-were-the-factors-that-forced-Gorbachev-to-initiate-the-reforms-of-the-USSR/answer/Chuck-Garen

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 No.587909

>>583086
Yes, indeed, and hopefully uncoopted by the glowies

 No.587987

>>576077
>Seems the repression of the KPRF is ramping up hugely in Russia.
Not really, they just hit a couple of people who gout out of line. KPRF is a porky pocket opposition.

 No.588008

>>587987
KPRF has gained decently in the last elections. What is your proof they are fake opposition, and not just kissing up to Putin in the meantime?

 No.588034

>>588008
Are you retarded? They have been created as one from the start. CPSU was forbidden to run in elections after restoration of capitalism, but communist were still very popular, so CPRF with Zuganov was created for that purpose. He was working with prokies from Black October where he used his influence as "communist" to pacify the resistance to presidential elections of '96 where he basically allowed Yeltsin to cheat and basically lost on purpose to this day. They don't even do anything except some activity before elections to get electorate going. They are nothing but a party that is abuses USSR nostalgia for people who miss it but too stupid to realize why it was better. They are not communist they don't even know what marxism is as a majority. You have better chances of finding marxist on /pol/ than in CPRF. I know, i have been a memeber for several years in my younger days.

 No.588089

>>587987
>they just hit a couple of people who gout out of line
OK but if people like Rashkin are getting arrested it suggests a wider trend.
I've heard the younger, rank and file members are more radical.

 No.588238

>>588089
It is less of a trend about CPRF and more about tightening the screws in our country. We are steadily going into full fascist mode.

I met plenty of CPRF members and at best they are very weak succdems, focused on actions in parlament, not even organizing unions or something else that would actually be useful. Like, there are members who genuinly want to help people or something, but that is true for any political party.

 No.588255

slavs are subhuman apes that lenin and stalin shouldn't have bothered to civilize

 No.588273

>>588255
Можем повторить, Фриц

 No.588606

File: 1636412208766.png (25.89 KB, 600x334, Stalin kicking ass.png)


 No.588816

>>588255

We are a horde. YES.

Turanic Judeo-Bolshevik Juche now and forever.

 No.589244

>>588255
>lenin
<not slav
Obvious bait post is obvious

 No.589648

>>588273
>>588606
dont care, im not a kraut, this doesn't have anything to do with troglodyte-tier europoor ethnic ressentiment
>>589244
lenin didn't have an ethnicity

 No.591962

File: 1636559061920.jpg (34.82 KB, 768x433, идите на.jpg)

>>589648
>lenin didn't have an ethnicity
LMAO
>>589648
>europoor ethnic ressentiment
Learn to spell, Anglo.

 No.593316

A Вновь от восторга ревёт стадион, Славных героев встречает он. Знамя победы несут сквозь века Наши армейцы из ЦСКА. Так пусть сияет и расцветает,Сверкает золотом побед Наш клуб любимый, непобедимый, Нигде такого больше нет. Видите море армейских знамён? Ветер поёт: "ЦСКА - чемпион!"Дружно шагают, их поступь легка Это армейцы из ЦСКА. Так пусть сияет и расцветает, Сверкает золотом побед Наш клуб любимый, непобедимый, Нигде такого больше нет. Несокрушимый стоит бастион, Симбол армейского спорта он. В спорте армейцы идут словно в бой, Каждый сражается как герой. Так пусть сияет и расцветает, Сверкает золотом побед Наш клуб любимый, непобедимый, Нигде такого больше нет.

 No.593318

>>591962
This guy is probably french, judging from that spelling.

 No.593464

Remi Meisner dropped a vid about The Bengal Famine a little while back, and it makes me very happy.

 No.594057


 No.594076

Pretty random question but doe Georgian nationalists like Stalin?

 No.594100

>>594076
Some do, some don't. Currently the political climate is a chaotic liberalism due to years of American influence.

 No.596011

To the Russian tovarish, what music should listen, which is popular and good with lyrics (preferably rock-leaning) to learn Russian? I am trying with electronic like Gidayyat, but I honestly dislike the lyrics.
Thanks for the advice.
P.S. I learned English that way, through music.

 No.596370

https://www.bbc.com/russian/news-59241005

Memorial Foundation - people spreading Holodomor and 1937-38 Gret Purge bullshit - is getting destroyed in Russia

 No.596461

File: 1636833666448.gif (1.26 MB, 320x240, based.gif)


 No.596514

>>596370
When is Felix's statue returning to the KGB square and Yeltsin Center is going to get converted in the Victims of Privatization Museum (with shocking and bruttaly realistic educational tours of the mass unemployement, suicide, child prostitution, human trafficking, wars and crime of the 90's)?

 No.597130

>>596011
Something like Nautilius Pompilius is a good start

 No.597153

>>596514
Chill out. Nobody was talking about Russia being communist. Apparently, Memorial fucks refuse to follow the new official line in Russia and continue to try and force retarded anti-communist memes, while Russia does not want to pay reparations as a legal heir of USSR to all the fuckers, as well as surrender geopolitical benefits such as security council membership - because, you know, if communists killed gazillion people, how can you let Russia keep it's UN security council position? They were the ones who started WW2 alongside Hitler, how can they have security council seat?

 No.597252

>>596370
Why is it that nobody is talking about Russian courts denying official archival documents about repressions as evidence?

https://www.kommersant.ru/doc/3841591

Guy brought up a historian with him to court trying to make a head of FSB to retract his words about repressions being "grassroot errors" (meaning local authorities made errors in judgement), and the court officially pwned the guy, by NOT accepting the famous "NKVD order 00447" (which mentions Stalin approving higher limits of shootings, lol) as evidence. Meaning, you guessed it, the document is a fucking fake.

Same shit with other "evidence" Memorial Foundation was digging up for the past decades. Courts just don't accept them as such! All the latest "research" and findings in archives come from Ukraine from people like Boguslavsky, who were fucking destroyed by the most light of researches into those documents and it's claims! Outright fakery, so obvious it hurts.

 No.597272

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>>597252
>Russian courts
Lol

 No.597286

>>597272
>Memorial gets cancelled after multiple attempts to sue FSB and incriminate Soviet state instead of singular officials
<Russian courts are dumb lol

See here, courts are an official institution following the official line. Them consistently refusing archival evidence, from holy archives, means an official policy, no?

 No.597293

>>597272
loomis sux

 No.597333

>>596370
Doesn't the Russian government also put up memorials to "victims of Stalinist repression" though, and I've seen statues of people like Kolchak built in Russia.

 No.597334

>>597333
Yes. But also they are banning Memorial now, even though Memorial had government funding it at some point in the past. Times are changing, you see? Maybe they'll even declare "eltzinist regime" an occupational government which perverted real history and expose the fakery of archival "evidence" - like secret protocol of Molotov-Ribbentrop, or Katyn, or 1937-38's 700k people killed, or shit like that.

 No.597335

>>597333
>Doesn't the Russian government also put up memorials to "victims of Stalinist repression" though, and I've seen statues of people like Kolchak built in Russia.
In his old age, Putin became paranoid. The system eats itself.

>>597334
Don't be so naive.

 No.597352

>>597335
Memorial refuses to back down and continues pumping out the most blatant anticommunist fakes there are. It's been going on for a decade, with Memorial associates getting repressed bit by bit. If this continues, Russia WILL proclaim Memorial a creator of forgeries in one way or another, because they'll have to justify getting rid of Memorial. While Memorial already tries the narrative of "Russian state hides real number of victims of stalinist regime", Russian state will have to proclaim something to the opposite of that. How could they repress Memorial if they were speaking the truth? That's not how bourgeois law works, they first discredit the one they want to destroy, and then outlaw them.

 No.597436

>>597153
I was talking unironically. Communists in the East should be as anoying as the liberals in the "End of History" of the 90's, put up a musuem for every single broken nail under capitalism.

 No.597499

>>597252
Liberals malding

https://www.rbc.ru/society/13/11/2021/618f79cb9a79474464a511b4

>"They are stealing away my memories about the repressed!"


https://echo.msk.ru/news/2935688-echo.html

>"Je Suis Memorial"


https://www.bbc.com/russian/features-59266099

>they want to close us up because we try to sue them because they refuse to show us names of troika members


Music to my ears

 No.598531

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>>596370
>>597499
>>597252
Это просто кайф

 No.598569

>>597130
Spasiva!

 No.601879

Watching zizek talk he claims that Soviet war prisoners were killed. That being not the Nazis but those captured by them. Is it true anons? I'm not talking at Stalingrad but after war.

 No.602018

>>601879
Don't understand the question. You mean, the claim that Stalin killed returned Soviet POWs? It's fake. Soviets were letting even the polizei divisions made out of Soviet POWs to walk free, because Nazis were forcing them to commit crimes in order to instill loyalty - kind of like criminals making everyone from their gang do something criminal in order to discourage snitching and betrayals. So, why the hell would Stalin shoot Soviet POWs? Sure, they were all checked and watched, to make sure there's no actual traitors and murderers hiding and pretending to be good guys, but otherwise - it's an anti-communist fake.

 No.602280

File: 1637164188457.jpg (10.6 KB, 336x117, классно.jpg)

>>598569
No problemo amigo

 No.603936

>>601879
read this, there is a statistic how many of former pows were arrested again at home in the USSR
http://wiki.istmat.info/%D0%BC%D0%B8%D1%84:%D0%BF%D0%BB%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%BD%D1%8B%D0%B5_%D0%B2_%D0%BB%D0%B0%D0%B3%D0%B5%D1%80%D1%8F

if you don't know russian run it through the google translate

 No.610101

Прекрасная девица великолепно исполняет Смуглянку. От него так настроение поднялось!

 No.611123

>>337023
How are they bourg economists? Why do you just reject economics as a whole and call it "bourgeoise"" when its extremely useful for us?

 No.611157

File: 1637544802235.jpeg (8.73 KB, 255x198, 1.jpeg)

Russian comrades, I just want you to know that I think that your cuisine is severely underrated.

Okroshka? 10/10
Russian salads? 10/10
Solyanka? 10/10
Pirozhki, pelmeni? 10/10
Freaking caviar, vodka, kvass, borscht, etc.? 10/10

 No.611431

File: 1637557042651.jpg (125.65 KB, 802x768, 77635_900.jpg)

https://lenta.ru/news/2021/11/21/0428/

Hey guys, check this out. Nazi sympatisers were adding non-existant paragraphs to official archival documents!

But there's irony to this.

https://1957anti.ru/publications/item/1969-kak-panfilovtsy-polovinu-moskovskoj-oblasti-sozhgli-prikaz-stavki-vgk-0428

17th of November. Is it winter in Russia? Yet the order claims that "last month has shown that hitlerites can't fight in winter".

Order also claims that germans were stopped already in 17th of November. You know, despite them advancing 4 km per day.

So, order "orders" to create 20-30 men large "hunter groups" to raid behind enemy lines and burn villages. Isayev, who was apparently the first one to bring up this archival document, tried to prove the existance of that order by showing us reports of 8-10 men large groups not coming back from the raids.

Also, archives claim that Panfilov's division destroyed 50 villages - at the time when they were fighting in defensive battles against germans. I'm goddamn certain that the 50 villages burnt were proven deeds of nazis, until those documents were found in sacred archives to prove otherwise.

Oh, and military journals (shown in the article) of armies of Western Front don't mention that order getting fulfilled ever. They mention partisans in group of 300 people raiding a factory germans used as housing and killing 500 of them while suffering only 8 losses, however.

 No.611472

I went to the little Russian expat market here recently and bought a big bottle of kvas. That stuff is pretty good. Little weird at first but I acquired the taste by the second glass.

 No.611818

>>611472
You can easily make one yourself. You should try and experiment, i personally like mine with some horseradish or honey.

 No.611829

>>546454
Any good textbooks or something similar for learning russian?
Спасибо.

 No.612160

>>611157
Thank, glad it's tasty for you.

 No.612248

>>611829
Easy Languages has a channel for this: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxvt-g7JsPNnEn8tUtZZBBg
They go over lots of topics, including grammar, and have Russian speech with English subtitles. Topics range in proficiency from beginner to advanced, while also giving you insight into Russian culture/society.

 No.612269

>>589244
He was Finno-ugric and 1/4 mongol

 No.612420

>>612269
testvérem

 No.612421

>>612269
That’s basically most Russians, you ding-dong

 No.612484

>>612248
Карашо

 No.614066

>>610101
>610101
Binary code numbers kek

 No.614327

>>610101
>No cute slavic gf to dress up as a red army soldier and sing traditional Russian songs with
I want to fucking die

 No.615450

>>614327
Приходи в Россию и найди себе подругу

 No.615867

>>615450
Ты че, хочешь ли, чтобы он сдох?

 No.617728

>>596370
and I'll drink to that, mate

 No.617915

File: 1637931576610.png (1.16 MB, 960x598, grand_bazar.PNG)

>>617779
I'll drink to that, simp

 No.619050

Any /leftypol/-approved books about Chernobyl? Not sure if this is the right place to ask (yes I know Chernobyl isn't even in Russia) but I don't want to make a new thread.
>>611829
The New Penguin Russian Course by Nicholas J. Brown is the gold standard textbook for beginners. However it should be used in conjunction with other resources, like Moscow State University's free, self-guided online Russian course (IIRC). Haven't used it, but worth a try.


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