From the conversation with Stalin Lavrov and dzhuga (August 1950)
Lavrov (Colonel General) … Great Expectations, American and British ruling circles in their subversive activities against the Soviet Union and other socialist countries impose on the work of provocative radio "Voice of America", "Bi-Bi-Si", "Deutsche Welle", "Free Europe" and other similar broadcasting. Before the US-British agents in the socialist countries, the task to seek the abolition of radio jamming gear and grab their hands on the media, edition of literary magazines, declining to anti-Soviet activities in the socialist countries, filmmakers and playwrights. Actively plan will be implemented only after you, Comrade Stalin, retires and natural way of life will leave the representatives of the great generation of Communists, who won all enemies. In the case of the split of the world communist movement, undermining the communist parties from within the U.S. and British intelligence are pinning their hopes on the renegade type of Josip Broz Tito, Togliatti, and the like.
Jug(Lieutenant General, Deputy Lavrov). No Tito is not a renegade, he was never a communist. He is a regular agent of British intelligence, misdirected in his time in the communist movement in the long-term subsidence. And it is not an ethnic Serb. No wonder he is the whole war was so friendly with the chief resident of British intelligence in the Balkans, the son of Churchill — Randolph Churchill, whom even lived in the same tent.
Stalin.Do you have a specific proposal as to neutralize the activity of Tito?
Jug. I do not understand why we have so long ceremony with this scum Tito, this "communist." He's got his fingers studded with precious diamond rings and dresses it dozens of times a day in the most expensive suits. Tito's got to live on a small island in the Mediterranean Sea — Brijuni. Built there for the money mendicant Yugoslav people posh palace. One bomber unmarked from the territory of Albania — and there's no palace, nor the US-British agent Tito. There are people — there is a problem, no man — no problem.
Stalin.Remember once and for all: we are not adventurers. From your suggestions for miles gives eserovschinoy. Tito would not be in his place another. Individual terror is not out …
Excerpts from the book V.V.KozhinovaThe history of the twentieth century Russia
Due to lack of awareness and under the influence of biased opinions and many writers today interpret the situation in post-war Eastern Europe is clearly wrong: the USSR touted as a carrier of revolutionary communist tendencies, and the same Yugoslavia — Liberal Democrat. Meanwhile, not so long ago were studied preserved in the archives of reports held at the end of September 1947 meeting of the Cominform, from which it became clear the following:
"Especially active were Yugoslavs. M. Djilas gave a review of corporate failures of the Communist Party of France, dating back from the war, the harshness of the criticism was of … The Yugoslav representative accused the French of liberalism, fetish parliamentary methods of struggle, constant concessions to the bourgeoisie. He claimed that in France and Italy were the conditions for a full takeover, condemned in connection with the disbanding and disarmament at the initiative of the Communist Party of the guerrilla ranks. Speech E. Kardelj (also one of the highest of the rulers of Yugoslavia. — VK) was devoted mainly criticized the Italian Communists, "They can not sit long together in one and the same Communist government, representatives of the revolutionary working class, anti-imperialist and socialist and representatives of finance capital and imperialism and their lackeys, from social democracy … "Kardel even put the question more broadly, referring to the appearance of the international communist movement during the war and after the trend, indicating some deviation from the revolutionary theory of Marxism-Leninism … This trend was in recognition of some of the possibilities of peaceful parliamentary communist parties of imperialism, not … further deterioration of its internal contradictions and class struggle …
Who joined later by anti-communist positions (such a "metamorphosis" at all typical of most "radical"-minded people), Djilas in his memoirs, trying to keep silent about his own Communist aggression 1940s. But it is still "slip" of one of his "clash" with Stalin during the meeting in Moscow in February 1948. Discussing the text concluded shortly before the Yugoslav-Bulgarian treaty, in which the contracting parties pledged to "support any initiative aimed … against all hotbeds of aggression …" Stalin chimes in: "No, it's preventive war — the most common YCL attack! Kriklivaya phrase … "(Djilas, op. Cit., P. 129). In those memories, by the way, Djilas certifies that Stalin was against the outbreak of a war, but we will still be talking.
And followed soon break with the Soviet Union was aware of Yugoslavia in Belgrade, then as a result of the conflict between the "revolutionary spirit" of the Yugoslav communists and "reactionary" Stalin and his entourage …
in 1948, the same contradiction between Yugoslavia and the USSR, it was interpreted as a contradiction of genuine Marxism, socialism, revolutionary and growing in the USSR conservatism, traditionalism, even rejection of socialism. Rupture of Moscow and Belgrade accomplished after Stalin met with speeches outlining a "closed" meeting of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the CPY March 1, 1948 (the presentation is published in the book YS Guirenko "Stalin — Tito." — M., 1991, . 349, 350)
"Restoration of Russian traditions — this is a manifestation of great-power chauvinism. Celebrating the 800th anniversary of Moscow (in September 1947. — VK) reflects this line … A recent decision of the Central Committee of the CPSU (b) the music (February 10 1948. — VK) — a return only to the Russian classicism … The policy of the Soviet Union speaks about the profound changes taking place in the country. This was stated by Kardel, especially Djilas and others … Goshnyak even said so, that the policy of the Soviet Union — is an obstacle to the development of international revolution. Tito replied to this remark: "Exactly," … Kardel said: "We have imposed a new concept of democracy, and we — the people's democracy. This is — a fundamentally new and that the Soviet Union can not understand … "Kidrich in turn Kardel said:" They will oppose the construction of socialism in the USSR as is rebirth … "Kidrich refers to the Soviet Union only arrogant, believing that the Soviet Union There malokulture … "The last is closer to the true nature of the problem …
In 1961, announced its non-existence of the organization, a great effort to establish which, since 1955, made an Tito. The organization has united some of the principles of non-participation in military blocs, but its activity was directed only against military bloc Warsaw Pact countries.