Sep 20, 2021
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Loving Secretary General

Loving Secretary General

We know Konstantin Ustinovich Chernenko, who led the CPSU and the Soviet state from February 1984 to March 1985, as a boring and inconspicuous official.

Our hero would have turned 110 the other day, and he was already an elderly man in the top leadership of the party. At 64 and a half years he became secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU, at 66 – a candidate member of the Politburo, at 67 – a member of the Politburo.

It makes no sense to list the positions that brought Konstantin Chernenko to the top of party power. We will confine ourselves to the fact that in March 1948 the Central Committee secretariat decided to transfer Chernenko, the secretary of the Penza regional party committee, to the central office in Moscow, but almost immediately it was canceled due to his moral character. Interesting, isn’t it? And now about one document that sheds a completely unexpected light on the personality of the General Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee. This is a statement by Nina Vasilievna Kushner addressed to the deputy head of the Propaganda and Agitation Directorate of the Central Committee of the CPSU (b) D.T. Shepilov. Read on and be amazed …

“I have known a member of the CPSU (b) Chernenko Konstantin Ustinovich since 1934 and I consider it necessary to report the following.

In 1934 Chernenko K.U. worked as an instructor at the Novoselovsky District Party Committee of the East Siberian Territory. Arriving at work in the same area as the head of the DISTRICT, I met him, and a few months later we got married.

Soon it became known to me that the agronomist of the Eliseeva district Faina gave birth to a child and registered it in the name of Chernenko. As a result of our explanations, he confessed to me that he had brought his first wife, Nina, to Novoselovo after demobilization from the army, but soon sent her back to her parents. He lived with Eliseeva while on a business trip in one of the rural districts, and therefore had to give a subscription to the district prosecutor to pay alimony for the child.

In 1935, we were transferred to work in the Uyarsky district of the Krasnoyarsk Territory, as its head of the propaganda department of the district party committee, and I was the head of the party cabinet. In 1936, he dramatically changes his attitude towards me. In 1937, after the death of our child, he leaves for another apartment, leaving me in a serious condition. In the spring of 1937, at a closed meeting of the district party committee, the issue of Chernenko’s behavior in the family was discussed. A decision was made: to write down a severe reprimand to Chernenko and to dismiss the head of the department of the district party committee from his job. He was removed from work and transferred to work in the Kuraginsky district of the Krasnoyarsk Territory.

In the fall of 1937, I was sent to study at the Higher School of Propagandists under the Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks). While studying, I learn that Chernenko married again – to the doctor Levina Maria Mikhailovna.

After graduating from school in 1939, I was sent to the disposal of the Khabarovsk Regional Party Committee. At the end of 1939, I received a letter from his new wife Levina, in which she apologizes to me and informs me that Chernenko left her with the child as well.

In 1943, when I returned to Krasnoyarsk, I learned that Chernenko had married again and was living with a new family in Penza at his place of work. ”

In this episode alone, five ladies appear. Secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU (b) Dmitry Shepilov in a letter addressed to the legendary Mikhail Suslov confirms: indeed, “Comrade. Chernenko K.U., converging with other women, abandoned their wives with their children. ” The same moral character!

Leonid Ilyich, of course, did not pay special attention to the pranks of his comrade. That’s how he ended up at the head of a superpower, in fact, a polygamist …

Andrey Knyazev


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