Great-grandson of Stalin called fans of the leader degenerates

The Levada Center research organization has published a rating of support in Russia for the Soviet leader Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin. It turned out that the level of approval policy The leader grew significantly and amounted to a record 70%. More about statistics we We wrote earlier.




Great-grandson of Stalin, Georgian public figure and artist Yakov Dzhugashvili extremely nervously reacted to the published rating. The Russians who justify the Stalinist repression, he called "moral monsters and degenerates."

Here is an anti-Stalinist and anti-Soviet lie that has turned the people into moral freaks and degenerates who sincerely believe that great goals are achieved by committing crimes by those who, on duty, are obliged to fight crime

- said Yakov Dzhugashvili on the radio station "Moscow says".

The great-grandson of the Leader called his great-grandfather’s domestic politics a “crime” and expressed deep disappointment with the opinion of his fans.

Earlier, the support rating of Joseph Vissarionovich commented on the newspaper LOOK famous Russian journalist Vladimir Solovyov. He expressed confidence that the high level of approval of Stalin’s policy in society is associated with the fact that the Leader is associated in the minds of Russians with victory in the Great Patriotic War, with the formation of the USSR as a world power, with the heyday of the Soviet Union.
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  1. Radikal Offline Radikal
    Radikal April 16 2019 19: 29
    +1
    Great-grandson contradicts himself. sad
    1. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
      Pishenkov (Alexey) April 16 2019 19: 49
      +3
      Based on the quote, I agree.
      And yet, if the apple tree is oooh very high, then the apples quite often fall too far away from it too. Especially from the most extreme and farthest branches from the trunk ...
    2. Kristallovich Offline Kristallovich
      Kristallovich (Ruslan) April 16 2019 20: 06
      +2
      Apparently he made a reservation. Or initially I wanted to say otherwise. A logical error is present. However, the negative attitude "granddaughter" on the face
  2. Pacifist Offline Pacifist
    Pacifist (Victor) April 16 2019 21: 24
    +4
    Yes, his opinion is not more valuable than wind. Those who have done the same amount under the same conditions can judge Stalin, the rest is trepology.
  3. Polente the Wanderer April 17 2019 01: 15
    +1
    There is only one saying in Russia - an apple doesn’t fall far from an apple tree.
    Judging by the pacifist "Those who did the same and under the same conditions can judge Stalin" - the topic must be closed (we have not yet had the second Great Patriotic War, there was the Patriotic War of 1812)
    The Great Patriotic War actually began in the second half of the war with the Nazis (when the people rose), the first half was lost by the party and government led by Stalin. And the people won the war, and not individuals.
    Under the wise leadership before the war (30 years) the personnel of the army were bled (generals and officers suddenly became enemies of the people).
    Pavlov and other traitors, oddly enough, remained faithful Stalinists.
    The new commanding staff received their knowledge and skills in bloody battles.
    To the credit ?! Stalin can take into account the development of heavy industry. But at what cost ?! Hunger in the Soviet Union (not about Ukraine) is the result of this. Then that industry helped agriculture, but that was later. Could this have been avoided?
    These are questions for internal discussion, within Russia.
    For the outside, when under Stalin the West means the entire Soviet people, it is necessary to discuss in a foreign press. So switch ...
    1. gorbunov.vladisl (Vlad Dudnik) April 17 2019 06: 26
      +2
      Stalin can take into account the development of heavy industry. But at what cost ?! Hunger in the Soviet Union ....

      Why are you duplicating this nonsense?
      There is no correlation between building industry and hunger.
      The famine was the result of mistakes made in agriculture.
      Industrialization in the USSR began with the first five-year plan, and this is 1928. And continued until the war. A famine occurred in 1932-33. Neither until the 32nd year, nor after the 33rd year, problems with the supply of food to the population were observed. Although all this time there was intensive industrial construction.
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    2. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
      Pishenkov (Alexey) April 17 2019 11: 49
      +1
      Some kind of porridge ... In one Soviet humoresque there was a phrase: "Lord ... He himself understood what that said? ..." Here she, in my opinion, is very suitable for the Wanderer's comment above ... request
  4. Vladai Offline Vladai
    Vladai (Vlad) April 17 2019 08: 05
    +1
    Rummaged in the Internet. This is not Stalin’s great-grandson. The son of an impostor of a certain Yevgeny Dzhugashvili, such as the son of Yakov - the son of Stalin, in the world of Yevgeny Yakovlevich Golyshev. The roots of his hatred of Stalin - hatred of Russia and a touching attitude to the Western "values" that he instilled in the UK. And as a creative person, he is an artist, he is very sensitive to the concepts of tolerance, political correctness, tolerance and freedom. He lives in Tiflis, saturated with hostility to Russia after 888. That one ...