Stalin. Part 27: Be Part Of The Whole

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Stalin. Part 27: Be Part Of The Whole
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Stalin. Part 27: Be part of the whole

What actually happened at a nearby dacha on the night of February 28 to March 1, 1953, will remain unknown. The stories of the participants in the last "Feast of Valthazar", for obvious reasons, cannot bring us closer to the truth. If you collect all the eyewitnesses, it turns out that Stalin was dying in a crowd of courtiers.

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People poured poison

And, blinded by arrogance, “Drink everything, damned! - shouted. -

This is your fate, the angel of hell …

(I. Dzhugashvili, Death of the Savior, circa 1895)

The mystery of the cult of Stalin, the olfactory prince of half the world, cannot be understood without an awareness from within the psychic vital necessity of fulfilling one's specific role - the role of a part of a species, a part of a whole. The cult of personality was based on the cult of Death. The willingness to give his life for the Motherland, for Stalin, for the flock is a recognition of the primacy of the whole over the particular. Oral propaganda of readiness to die pronounced the olfactory meanings of death, crossing out the fear of it.

The fear of death is based on visual fantasies that inhabit the desert expanses of the otherworldly with swarming nightmares, casts of life. Death has nothing to do with life, where "everyone dies alone." By finally equalizing everyone into a single whole, destroying the illusion of human individuality, death alone gives life meaning and value. It is that invisible engine that makes, in a short moment of the lengths of time that have been released to us, to rush from the flickering atomicity of the particular to the triumphant calmness of the general. Death teaches the living to be part of the whole, part of being, teaches them to survive at all costs.



What actually happened at a nearby dacha on the night of February 28 to March 1, 1953, will remain unknown. The stories of the participants in the last "Feast of Valthazar", for obvious reasons, cannot bring us closer to the truth. Death makes a person tell the truth, someone else's death - to lie and dodge. Time has carefully put on those events an impenetrable veil of "testimonies" of the allegedly present. If you collect all the eyewitnesses, it turns out that Stalin was dying in a crowd of courtiers.

Meanwhile, the border separating Stalin from the rest of the people was unshakable, no one could think of breaking it arbitrarily. Even the chief of security did not dare to enter the Master without being summoned. The daughter had to coordinate the arrival several days in advance. All employees at the nearby dacha acted in strict accordance with the internal regulations. There were no circumstances that could change the established regulations once and for all.

Beria, Bulganin, Khrushchev and Malenkov left the nearby dacha on March 1, 1953 at 5 o'clock in the morning. Was Stalin still in order, or did the confidants, frightened to madness by the plenum and the impending catastrophe, did what Stalin was so afraid of - poisoned him? There is still no definite answer to this question. Evidence for the version of poisoning, too.

It is known that on March 1, at 10.00, the guards changed at the dacha. The sensors installed in the doors did not register any signs of the owner's movement either at 11 or at 12 o'clock. Stalin did not leave the small dining room, did not ask for tea. However, there was nothing surprising in this. After night vigils, Stalin could sleep until lunchtime. By evening, people began to worry. No one dared to disturb the loneliness of the Master without a good reason, which was found only at 10 pm - the mail was brought.


At 22.30 the deputy. the head of security P. Lozgachev entered Stalin's rooms. The internal regulations ordered to leave mail at the entrance and immediately leave. Through the open door of the small dining room, Lozgachev saw Stalin lying on the floor. He was unconscious. The guards carried the Master to the sofa and covered him with a blanket. In accordance with the instructions, the incident was reported to the Minister of State. security S. D. Ignatiev.

From the Kremlin to the Kuntsevo dacha 12-15 minutes drive. Beria and Malenkov arrived two hours later. Without a doctor. Beria, without taking off his shoes, immediately went into the rooms, Malenkov took off his shoes and, thrusting them under his arms, hurried after him. We stayed near the Master for a short time. Leaving, Beria shouted to the people who had frozen in anticipation: “Comrade Stalin is asleep! They raised a panic here …"

At night, only Lozgachev remained with the Master. He didn't know what to do, he just sat there. Stalin tried to speak, tried to rise up. By dawn, attacks of suffocation began. Only at 7 am on March 2 did the doctors arrive. The terminally ill leader of the USSR remained without medical assistance for a day.

The suspicion of Stalin, who preferred self-medication in grandfather's ways to any medical prescription, as well as the fact that his personal doctor, Professor V. N. Vinogradov was arrested in the "case of doctors", only partly explain this strange fact. Calling a doctor for an unconscious person is the most natural and obvious action. Why was it not undertaken by Ignatiev, who was informed of what had happened? Didn't the MGB have a staff of doctors? Who forbade him? Why did Beria and Malenkov arrive only two hours later and without a doctor?

Because they knew for sure that Stalin had to die any minute. But the minutes passed, and Stalin still lived. The desire to survive at all costs kept the Master in this world for "extra" four days. Shocked Beria did not find a place for himself. He then tenaciously looked into the face of the dying man, as if wanting to read the answer to the burning question, then humbly kissed the Master's hand.

On the evening of March 5, Stalin came to his senses. He raised his left hand and scanned everyone with the penetrating, well-known gaze of too lively eyes. “This horrible look, either crazy or angry … bypassed everyone in a fraction of a minute. And then … he suddenly raised his left hand … and either pointed it up somewhere, or threatened all of us. The gesture was incomprehensible, but threatening, and it is not known to whom and what he referred to … In the next moment the soul, having made the last effort, burst out of the body. " [one]

On March 5, 1953, at 9:50 pm, the all-powerful Master passed away. Falling on the chest of the deceased, the waiter shouted. Locked in the bathroom, the nurse sobbed. At 6 a.m. on March 6, Levitan's voice announced the news of Stalin's death to the people. The whole country sobbed and began to cry. The great time of personalities in history is over. I had to comprehend myself in this world and learn to live without the Master's whip.



Three decades of Stalin's rule in Russia is the survival of the country on the edge of the abyss, compressed to the last degree. He managed to structure the post-revolutionary chaos. With him, the country went through all the circles of hell of creating a new statehood, won the Great Patriotic War, restored the economy, balanced the sound superiority of the West with its nuclear bomb. It was not just survival, but survival in unthinkable conditions.

After the war, having almost completely exhausted his reserve of physical strength, Stalin was able to change the post-war landscape with a reserve for the future for the whole world. The success of the Stalinist nuclear project for many years made the world bipolar, that is, stable. We still use Stalin's legacy.

Those raving about the global unipolarity are destroying country after country, but now they will have to moderate their appetites. Before our eyes, a new paradigm of international relations is emerging, the relationship between two civilizations - the Atlantic and the Eurasian. Russia, emotionlessly, restrained and unswervingly defends its vision of the world. Are they interfering with us? Well. As you know, the sense of smell only develops in bad conditions. This means that the world has a chance to survive again. This chance is given to the world by the political will of Russia.

Previous parts:

Stalin. Part 1: Olfactory Providence over Holy Russia

Stalin. Part 2: Furious Koba

Stalin. Part 3: Unity of opposites

Stalin. Part 4: From Permafrost to April Theses

Stalin. Part 5: How Koba became Stalin

Stalin. Part 6: Deputy. on emergency matters

Stalin. Part 7: Ranking or the Best Disaster Cure

Stalin. Part 8: Time to Collect Stones

Stalin. Part 9: USSR and Lenin's testament

Stalin. Part 10: Die for the Future or Live Now

Stalin. Part 11: Leaderless

Stalin. Part 12: We and They

Stalin. Part 13: From plow and torch to tractors and collective farms

Stalin. Part 14: Soviet Elite Mass Culture

Stalin. Part 15: The last decade before the war. Death of Hope

Stalin. Part 16: The last decade before the war. Underground temple

Stalin. Part 17: Beloved Leader of the Soviet People

Stalin. Part 18: On the eve of the invasion

Stalin. Part 19: War

Stalin. Part 20: By Martial Law

Stalin. Part 21: Stalingrad. Kill the German!

Stalin. Part 22: Political Race. Tehran-Yalta

Stalin. Part 23: Berlin is taken. What's next?

Stalin. Part 24: Under the Seal of Silence

Stalin. Part 25: After the War

Stalin. Part 26: The Last Five Year Plan

[1] S. I. Alliluyeva, Twenty letters to a friend

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