Festive events dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, took place in most parts of the territory of the ex-Soviet Union.
KRASNOYARSK. A demonstration and rally was held, organized under the leadership of activists of the AUCPB. Preparing celebrations was predictably met by resistance of city officials who tried to ban them.
In summary, a column of revolutionary communists (Bolsheviks, the Komsomols, RCWP, the International Union of Soviet Officers, etc.) proceeded along the avenue named after the newspaper “Krasnoyarsk worker”, with red flags and incendiary slogans. Half way along, demonstrators took to the roadway, after heated debate with police and repeated chants of “Glory to the Soviet Militia – shame on bourgeois police”. After the rally, the organizers were presented with a “paper” by police on calling “for a protocol” (prepared in advance), but when one of the organizers, V.N. Komarova refused to sign it, attempts were made by plain clothes police to arrest him, but were prevented by outraged protesters.
In the evening a concert was held organized by the local branch of “Communists of Russia.” Our Bolshevik poets read out their verses. At all events, as well as during the wreath-laying ceremony in Divnogorsk, the newspapers “Hammer and Sickle”, “Revolution”, “Workers ‘and Peasants’ Truth” and AUCPB 2012 calendars were distributed..
The next day one of the organizers called in by police was released without protocol.
KURSK. On November 7, 2012, the Bolsheviks of the Kursk branch of the AUCPB took an active part in the march on the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution. At the meeting devoted to this significant date, newspapers “Hammer and Sickle”, “Revolution”, greeting flyers from the CC AUCPB and flyers of political persuasion, were distributed and propaganda work was conducted. The younger generation took an active part in the demonstration and rally.
PYATIGORSK. In the city of Pyatigorsk, on November 7, 2012 at the monument to Sergei Kirov, Communists held a solemn meeting dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the victory of the Great October Socialist Revolution and the 21th anniversary of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks.
The AUCPB standard, portraits of Lenin and J.V. Stalin, Soviet arms, and red flags with the hammer and sickle were raised up. Newspapers: “Hammer and Sickle”, “Workers – Peasants Truth,” leaflets of different content were circulated. Propaganda work was carried out among the people taking part before the meeting on the role of the Bolsheviks in overthrowing the bourgeoisie in Petrograd, Russia, building socialism under Stalin, and today’s AUCPB struggle against the bourgeoisie. Flowers were laid at the monument to S.M. Kirov.
N.A. Degtyarenko, a member of the Central Committee of the AUCPB made a speech in front the crowd, and on behalf of the Central Committee of the AUCPB congratulated everyone on the 95th anniversary of the victory of the Great October Socialist Revolution and the 21th anniversary of the AUCPB, then read out a report on the 95th anniversary of the victory of the October Revolution. Other comrades also made statements.
After the meeting, the Bolsheviks held a solemn meeting dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution and the 21th anniversary of the AUCPB. Comrade N.A. Degtyarenko spoke to those who had gathered.
NOVOSIBIRSK. On November 7, in Novosibirsk the AUCPB, VMGB and our allies took part in a demonstration devoted to the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution. We formed a convoy with our symbols and slogans At the rally on Lenin square, the Bolsheviks set up a stand, distributing campaign literature. A detailed photo report can be found on the AUCPB-Novosibirsk website.
MOSCOW. On November 7, 2012, in Moscow a “Red March” and meeting took place, dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution.
The march and rally, organized by the “Forum of the Left,” was attended by about 50 communist parties, Communist youth unions and various left-wing organizations. The total number of participants was about fifteen hundred people. And by the number of participants and by their mood, the “Red March” showed itself to be a worthy alternative to the Communist Party of the Russian Federation (CPRF) march and rally (or more precisely – its “Zyuganov” section).
The speakers at the rally clearly spoke about revolutionary transformation of society, condemning the renegade position of the CPRF of Zyuganov, and condemned the “Bolotniks” pseudo-opposition. At the rally, the Bolsheviks actively distributed leaflets “Russia – without the bourgeois!” and Bolshevik newspapers.
IL’SKY VILLAGE, KRASNODAR REGION. On November 7, 2012 in the village of Il’sky in the Seversky district of Krasnodar region, AUCPB activists marked the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution.
They laid fresh flowers at the monument to V.I. Lenin and adorned the monument and the surrounding area with our Bolshevik symbols. For 2 hours in the rain, our Bolshevik press – newspapers “Worker-Peasant Hammer and Sickle”,” Workers’ and Peasants’ Truth” and the youth newspaper “Revolution” were distributed to passers by.
The activists congratulated ordinary people on the Soviet holiday on November 7, and gave them confidence in the victorious revival of SOCIALISM.
OBNINSK (KALUGA REGION). Bolshevik newspapers were distribution after the rally.
CHELYABINSK. A march and rally was held which was organized by the League of Communists of Chelyabinsk (AUCPB, RCWP, “Communists of Russia”, etc).
The meeting in honour of the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, was held at Revolution Square near the monument to V.I. Lenin.
VORONEZH. On November 6, 2012 in the city of Voronezh, a festive concert dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution and the 94th anniversary of the birth of the Young Communist League, was organied prepared and held by the Voronezh AUCPB .and Komsomol organizations
At the concert, also sounded poems on the Revolution, the Civil War, Communists and Komsomol members.
Participants of the concert were mostly working and young students, from different institutions, factories, and several educational institutions, and took nearly a month preparing for it. It was difficult. But since all concert participants were volunteers, the discipline was conscious. Besides, there is nothing more that brings people together as a joint cause. It was a friendly atmosphere in preparation for the concert. And the revolutionary and patriotic songs doubled and tripled the strength of the army. Therefore, overcoming difficulties, on November 6, they arrived as one, and all prepared, and not one member of the collective was disappointed.
On the eve of the concert, produced and distributed invitations. Despite the torrential rain and the working day, at 6pm, the room was filled with spectators, who were mostly young, sympathetic to communist ideals, and veterans (some Chinese even came!). At the concert, we circulated Bolshevik leaflets and newspapers: “Revolution,” “Hammer and Sickle”, and “Workers ‘and Peasants’ Truth”. Viewers loved the concert. They applauded, and often sang along to familiar songs.
The following day, on November 7, during the anniversary rally we carried out propaganda work on introduction to the masses of socialist consciousness and circulated the remaining Bolshevik leaflets and newspapers. Moreover, the main emphasis is on our youth – the future of our country!