60 years ago Stalin died



Potsdam (in the outskirts of Berlin), 1945. There Churchill, Truman and Stalin and agreed on 'spheres of influence' met60 years ago Stalin died

The man who betrayed Leninism and the revolution

By Mercedes Petit, Izquierda Socialista

On March 5, 1953, victim of a brain haemorrhage, died one of the most powerful men of the twentieth century. The USSR and its "sphere of influence" no longer exist. The debate on the role of Joseph Stalin remains fully valid for XXI century revolutionaries.

In 1953, the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics), the largest country in the world, was the second industrial power and prepared to dispute the conquest of the cosmos to the United States. Until then, according to the "official history" of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU) and its agencies, which dominated Eastern Europe, these achievements were due to the work of one man: the "little father" Stalin. Just three years later, the new general secretary of the CPSU, Nikita Khrushchev, issued a "secret report" against Stalin and launched a "de-Stalinization". In both cases, the bureaucracy was lying to the Soviet people and workers of the world to preserve their privileges and coexistence with imperialism.

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On February 6 Choukry Belaïd, leader of the Unified Democratic Patriotic Movement – Marxist-inspired pan-Arab force and one of the leading organizations of the Popular Front of Tunisia – was killed,. Two days later, a general strike and mass protests were the best response to this crime.

On behalf of the UIT-CI/CEI Coordinating Committee:

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