Friday, August 12, 2011

Life and Truth of Joseph Stalin, Russia, Communisim, Hitler, Germany, WWI, WWII, Civil War, and Death

He was born Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili on December 21, 1879 in Gori, Georgia. His parents were both Georgian peasants. Although neither of them spoke Russian, Stalin was forced to learn it because it was the language of instruction at the Gori church school that he attended in 1888-94. He was the best pupil in the school and earned a full scholarship to the Tbilisi Theological Seminary.

While he studied the priesthood, Stalin read forbidden literature, including Karl Marx's Das Kapital, and soon converted to a new orthodoxy: Russian Marxism. Before graduation he quit the seminary to become a full-time revolutionary. Stalin began his career in the Social-Democratic party in 1899 as a propagandist among Tbilisi railroad workers. The police caught up with him in 1902. Arrested in Batum, he spent more than a year in prison before being exiled to Siberia, from which he escaped in 1904. Between 1902 and 1913 Stalin was arrested eight times; he was exiled seven times and escaped six times. The government contained him only once; his last exile in 1913 lasted until 1917. He adopted the pseudonym Stalin, meaning "a man of steel" during this time.

On his return from Siberia in 1904 Stalin married. His first wife, Yekaterina Svanidze, died in 1910. A second wife, Nadezhda Alliluyeva, whom he married in 1919, committed suicide in 1932. In the last years of czarist Russia (1905-17) Stalin was more of an up-and-coming follower than a leader. He always supported the Bolshevik faction of the party, but his contribution was practical, not theoretical. Thus, in 1907 he helped organize a bank holdup in Tbilisi "to expropriate" funds. Lenin raised him into the upper reaches of the party in 1912 by co-opting him into the Bolsheviks' Central Committee.

The next year he briefly edited the new party newspaper, Pravda (Truth), and at Lenin's urging wrote his first major work, Marxism and the Nationality Question. However, before this treatise appeared (1914), Stalin was sent to Siberia. After the Revolution of March 1917, Stalin returned to Petrograd (now Saint Petersburg), where he resumed the editorship of Pravda. Together with Lev Kamenev, Stalin dominated party decisions in the capital before Lenin arrived in April. The two advocated a policy of moderation and cooperation with the provisional government. Although he did not play an insignificant role in the armed uprising that followed in November, Stalin was not remembered as a revolutionary hero. In the words of one memoirist, he produced the impression of a "gray blur."

As the Bolsheviks' expert on nationalism, Stalin was Lenin's choice to head the Commissariat for Nationality Affairs. Together with Yakov Sverdlov and Leon Trotsky, he helped Lenin decide all emergency issues in the difficult first period of the civil war. Stalin participated in that war as a commander on several fronts. Within the party Stalin strengthened his position by dogged organizational work and devotion to administrative tasks. He was commissar for state control in 1919-23, and-more important-in 1922 he became secretary-general of the party. As Stalin converted this organizational base into a source of political power, he came into conflict with Lenin on several minor but ultimately telling issues.

Before his death, Lenin came to regard the flaws in Stalin's personality and conduct as political liabilities. In his political "testament" Lenin doubted whether the party's general secretary would use his great power with sufficient caution. He also attacked Stalin as being "too rude" and called for his removal. Luck and adroit maneuvering enabled Stalin to suppress Lenin's testament.

After Lenin's death Stalin joined in a troika with Grigory Zinovyev and Kamenev to lead the country. With these temporary allies, Stalin acted against his archrival Trotsky, the foremost candidate for Lenin's mantle. Once the threat of Trotsky was eliminated, however, Stalin reversed course, aligning himself with Nikolay Bukharin and Aleksey Rykov against his former partners. Trotsky, Zinovyev, and Kamenev in turn challenged Stalin as the "left opposition." By skillful manipulation and clever sloganeering, but especially by interpreting Lenin's precepts to a new generation coming of age in the 1920s, Stalin bested all his rivals. By his 50th birthday (1929), Stalin had cemented his position as Lenin's recognized successor and entrenched his power as sole leader of the Soviet Union.

Stalin reacted to lagging agricultural production in the late '20s by a ruthless, personally supervised expropriation of grain from peasants in Siberia. When other crises threatened in late 1929, he expanded what had been a moderate collectivization program into a nationwide offensive against the peasantry. Millions were displaced, and unknown thousands died in the massive collectivization. The industrialization campaigns over which Stalin presided in the 1930s were much more successful; these raised the backward USSR to the rank of the industrial powers.

In the mid-1930s Stalin launched a major campaign of political terror. The purges, arrests, and deportations to labor camps touched virtually every family. Former rivals Zinovyev, Kamenev, and Bukharin admitted to crimes against the state in show trials and were sentenced to death. Untold numbers of party, industry, and military leaders disappeared during the "Great Terror," making way for a rising generation that included such leaders as Nikita Khrushchev and Leonid Brezhnev. Fear instilled by a political secret police formed an essential part of the system called Stalinism.

In part because the purges stripped the military of its leadership, the Soviet Union suffered greatly in World War II. Stalin personally directed the war against Nazi Germany. By rallying the people, and by his willingness to make great human sacrifices, he turned the tide against the Germans, notably at the Battle of Stalingrad. Stalin participated in the Allies' meetings at Tehran (1943), Yalta (1945), and Potsdam (1945), where he obtained recognition of a Soviet sphere of influence in Eastern Europe, and after the war he extended Communist domination over most of the countries liberated by the Soviet armies. His single-minded determination to prevent yet another devastating assault on the USSR from the West had much to do with the growth of the cold war. In his last years, increasingly paranoid and physically weak, Stalin apparently was about to start another purge. In January 1953 he ordered the arrest of many Moscow doctors, mostly Jews, charging them with medical assassinations. The so-called Doctors' Plot seemed to herald a return to the 1930s, but Stalin's sudden death on March 5, 1953, in Moscow forestalled another bloodbath Source from:
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Do search and read up on Lenin, for more information. I should have uploaded it by now, so search his name it should be there.

This documentary is about Joseph Stalin (or Iosef Vissarionovich) - the cruelest and most ruthless dictator of the Soviet Union. Documentary reveals the facts about the Great Purge, genocide, Stalins childhood, life, death and the myth that surrounded him during his murderous rule.

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A warlord is a person with power who has both military and civil control over a sub-national area due to armed forces loyal to the warlord and not to a central authority. The term can also mean one who espouses the ideal that war is necessary, and has the means and authority to engage in war. The word has a strong connotation that the person exercises far more power than his official title or rank (if any) legitimately permits him or her. Under feudalism, in contrast, the local military leader may enjoy great autonomy and a personal army, but still derives legitimacy from formal fealty to a central authority. ~wikipeda~

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Cold War is a twenty-four episode television documentary series about the Cold War (1945--1989). Jeremy Isaacs produced the 1998 program in a style similar to his previous series, The World at War (1973). Businessman Ted Turner created the series as a joint production between the Turner Broadcasting System and the BBC, originally broadcast on CNN in the U.S. and the BBC Two in the U.K. Kenneth Branagh. It featured interviews with leading political figures and people who witnessed and lived through the conflict. The complete Cold War series was released on VHS in the U.S. and the U.K., but has not been reissued.

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Reason for war I believe of both WWI and WWII was to instill fear, retrieve ancient information, destroying ancient sites, while keeping a database for their own purpose. Genocide did happen and the placing of Jews in Israel as a front while the Zionist where put into power. Their plan for the NWO. Here is where the United Nations was born, their Law, Policies, Army and Authority are paving the way for the NWO. Earths level of negative energy at those times were extremely high and its implication to us and earth slowed evolution down. There is clear proof of both side being funded by the same people in Vatican, Rockefeller, Bankers, and Kings. Hitlers published 2 books 1 was Mein Kampf the other a sequel Zweites Buch (Secret Book) New World Order (1928).

Isn't anyone learning, war is just a game for them. Normal people have no problem with other people in other countries, take a flight down there and see if people hate you or welcome you with open arms. The have no empathy to kill millions if not billions. We're all the same, equal, no matter the color of your skin, what you wear or what you believe in. Not everything you see is real (TV, Magazines, Music, Media, Mind Control) you got to understand it, seek the truth and live in harmony with others.

In most religion it states we must love unconditionally, shelter the unfortunate, live modestly, humbly, not seek materialist life style, and NOT kill our own animals don't even do that, whats wrong with us?

We got to unite under love non-violence, stop everything that is within the system. Live in a community, plant our own food and survive like this for not more than a few months and they will crumble. They need us to feed them, fill their hate, lust, power up as their slaves.

If you want to know what you are fighting for, close your eyes and picture a world intoxicated with the light of love, no filth on the streets, in the air, water and food you eat. No Money, No Jails, No War, No more Classification, and No more Lies. All information past till present should be known no matter the level of secrecy and made available to everyone. Now place yourself in this society.... walk around and take you time imagine other things you see need fixing (Now I want you to Really close your eyes now and "Imagine" if you know Astral Projection or Out of Body Experience go right ahead and "Create a World of Love")

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