Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Nikolai Yezhov, head of the NKVD

Nikolai Yezhov
Head of the NKVD

Now, when CRAP is about to start a project known as the "Proletarian struggle against the deviations of Identity politics and Political correctness", we invoke the memory of the great NKVD leader of the USSR as a guiding ideal to help us purge IP and PC from the marxist-leninist ideology for all eternity.

Yezhov was born on the 1st of May in 1895, and worked as factory worker before joining the Bolshevik Party in 1917, a few months before the October Revolution, and from that point worked relentlessly to serve the new socialist motherland.

In 1936, he was appointed head of the Soviet security police, the NKVD, and was assigned the task of uprooting the Trotskyite-Fascist conspiracies against the new state. The main purges were finished during his two year in the position.

Yezhov tried really hard to accommodate Stalin's will, but Beria and a lot of other leaders were afraid of him targetting their corruption, and set up a plan to remove Yezhov. The NKVD leader had become very powerful, and could theoretically have made a coup'd'etat. But he would not. He even voluntarily resigned all of his positions in 1938 and was thereafter eliminated by Beria.

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