Exposing Imperialist Policies



CENTRAL COMMITTEE. COMMUNIST PARTY OF THE SOVIET UNION [TsK KPSS]
      Additional Measures To Expose Imperialist Policies
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     We intend to make use of concrete facts to expose capitalist
reality, political and ideological diversions of imperialism, the
totalitarian character of a bourgeois state, and the strengthening
of reactionary thought in the bourgeois apparatus and in
capitalistic society as a whole.

     The realization of such measures will permit us to coordinate
the Soviet press, radio and television in such a way that the
public's attention will be directed to the concrete manifestations
of the anti-popular nature of imperialism.   

     Such propaganda campaigns will help the press agency Novosti,
and politically oriented radio programs transmitted abroad to force
our idealogical enemy onto disadvantageous paths in the ideological
struggle.
     
     A calendar of this type of events, mainly pertaining to the
USA is attached. Similar plans pertaining to other imperialistic
states could be developed in the course of work.
     
     We request your review.

     Assistant Chief of the Propaganda      (A. Iakovlev)  
      Department, TsK KPSS    
     January 21, 1971
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TRANSLATOR'S COMMENTS: In the upper left corner are the words
"Without right of publication."   In the upper right corner is the
stamp of the TsK KPSS.  The hand-written note could not be
deciphered. The second page of the document is blank except for the
handwritten notes:  Comrade Ponomarev is absent.  Comrades Smirnov
and Parinov have been informed.  January 29, 1971.   

Attachment 170    Calendar of Certain Events 

January 1, 1863 - In the USA the Act to free black slaves went into
effect.  Provides a rationale to point out the severity of the
ethnic problem in the United States of America.

January 5, 1957 - President Eisenhower in a message to Congress set
forth an expansionist U.S. policy for the Near East and Middle East
that became known as the "Eisenhower-Dulles Doctrine."

January 5, 1970 - In the USA progressive trade union activist
Yablonsky was killed.

January 17, 1966 - In Spain, in the Palomares region, an American
bomber plane with 4 nuclear bombs on board crashed.

                 - 140 years ago in the USA, the so-called Lynch 
law went into effect.

February 2, 1848 - End of the Mexican-American war, which resulted
in the USA seizing from Mexico Texas, New Mexico, and upper
California and part of Arizona

February, 1951 - In the USA seven falsely accused blacks executed

February 7, 1965 - Beginning of systematic bombing of the
Democratic Republic of Vietnam by the USA

February 9, 1950 -  Beginning of the "McCarthy Era"

March 1, 1961 - Decade of the "Peace Corps USA," an organization
engaging in subversive activity in Africa and Asia

March 5, 1946 - Churchill's speech at Fulton - the beginning of the
"cold war" against socialist countries

March 12, 1947 - Acceptance in the USA of Truman's agressive
foreign policy doctrine

March 16, 1965 - Bloody reprisals against participants in the black
freedom march in Selma

March 23, 1947 - Truman's order to verify the loyalty of all
government employees

April 1914 - Shooting of participants in Colorado strike

...

April 4, 1969 - The leader of the movement for the civil rights of
American Negroes, Martin Luther King, is assassinated in the USA.

April 14, 1865 - President Abraham Lincoln is assassinated.

April 15-19 1961 - Decade of attempted armed invasion of Cuba by
the USA

April 1861 - Beginning of the Civil War in the USA

April 25, 1898 - Beginning of the Spanish-American War.  The first
war of imperialism for the redivision of the world, resulting in
USA seizure of the Phillipines, Guam, Puerto Rico, and Cuba.

April 27, 1965 - USA intervention in the Dominican Republic

April 30, 1970 - Invasion of American forces into Cambodia

...

May 4, 1970 - Anniversary of the shooting deaths of students at
Kent State University in the USA

May 11, 1894 - Beginning of the Pullman strike

May 24, 1918 - Beginning of USA intervention in the Soviet North

May 26, 1938 - Creation in the USA of the Anti-American Activity
Committee

June 5, 1947 - USA adopts expansionist "Marshall Plan"

June 5, 1968 - Robert Kennedy assassinated

June 23, 1947 - USA adopts anti-labor Taft-Hartley law    

June, 1950 - Beginning of USA intervention in Korea

June 25, 1968 - Destruction of the American poor people's
"Resurrection City" in Washington

June 28, 1932 - "Bloody Thursday" - shooting of war veterans -
participants in a march on Washington

June, 1963 - Murder of Medgar Evers, famous black activist in USA

July 16, 1877 - Beginning of a railroad strike - the first national
strike in the USA to spread to all main railroads in the country

July 20, 1948 - Trial of 11 USA Communist Party leaders begins

...

August 4, 1964 - Provocations by USA armed forces against
Democratic Republic of Vietnam in the Gulf of Tonkin

August 4, 1953 - USA intervention in Guatemala

August 6, 1945 - Atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki

August 1918 - USA intervention in the Soviet Far East

August 23, 1927 - Execution of Sacco and Vanzetti

August 24, 1954 - USA adopts law "to monitor communist activity"

August 27, 1968 - Political reprisals against participants in mass
antiwar demonstration in Chicago

September 23, 1950 - USA adopts the McCarran-Wood "law on internal
security" 

September-October 1919 - National strike in the USA in which 2
million people take part

October 31, 1956 - Triple agression of England, France and Israel
against Egypt

November 19, 1915 - Poet Joe Hill shot in the USA

November 22, 1963 - Assassination of John Kennedy

November 22, 1970 - Portuguese colonizers commit act of armed
aggression against the Republic of Guinea
 
December, 1931 - Two "hunger marches" on Washington by USA poor
         


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