Quote:I like Brezhnev better than both of them.
Quote:he did quite well during the Cuban crisis
Quote:I think De-Stalinization ruined Stalin's legacy.
Quote:I'm wondering what people here think of Yuri Andropov?
Quote:Bukharin and Trotsky (and those who grouped themselves around them in the "Left" and Right Oppositions) made errors that led them down counter-revolutionary paths.
Dagoth Ur wrote:Define, in exact terms, Trotsky's supposed counter-revolutionary path.
Quote:Trotsky was overtly opposed to Leninism prior to 1917, both organizationally and politically, particularly in organizing the August Bloc of Rights and Liquidators. After 1917 he became covertly opposed to Leninism in the guise of opposing so-called "Stalinism". After his ideas were rejected again and again, he organized anti-Party demonstrations (which were poorly attended and met with scorn by the people of the Soviet Union) along with Zinoviev and was finally expelled. His persistance in his opposition to Leninism finally led him to organizing a terrorist center in the Soviet Union for the purposes of sabotage, wrecking, and assassination, including the assassination of Kirov, with the aim of counter-revolutionary overthrow of the dicatorship of the proletariat in the Soviet Union.
Fellow Comrade wrote:Those sources don't go down well with Trotskyites comrade.
Quote:... uh if anything that sounds overly revolutionary (and in the case of Poland he was absolutely right). I wanna know what, exactly, was counter-revolutionary about Trotsky.
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