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Bonsai Herman
Bonsai Herman
7 months ago

Social Media: the greatest carrier service of uneducated, unreliable and unregulated misinformation.
It should be banned until further notice.

Vacheslav Petrov
Vacheslav Petrov
7 months ago

All Soviet people socialist USSR had annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest. In 1987 in the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic 28,9 million working people free or for 30-50 % value rested 24 days annual paid holiday in 7356 state sanatoria and holiday homes by the socialist state or soviet enterprises and trade unions.

https://youtu.be/E9pfmSloV40

https://youtu.be/jJwKQOP2ZLs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUh1VKm1kvQ&t=65s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vH1NxFL_UYE&t=27s

Constitution USSR, 1977. Article 41. Citizens of the USSR have the right to rest and leisure. This right is ensured by the establishment of a working week not exceeding 41 hours, for workers and other employees, a shorter working day in a number of trades and industries, and shorter hours for night work; by the provision of paid annual holidays, weekly days of rest, extension of the network of cultural, educational, and health-building institutions, and the development on a mass scale of sport, physical culture, and camping and tourism; by the provision of neighborhood recreational facilities, and of other opportunities for rational use of free time.

Soviet Union experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or USSR or Soviet Union was a socialist state of the whole people, expressing the will and interests of the workers, peasants, and intelligentsia, the working people of all the nations and nationalities of the country.

The aim of socialism is to meet the growing material and cultural requirements of the people ever more fully by continuously developing and improving social production.

In the USSR all people received full the social, economic, political and personal rights and freedoms, abolished unemployment and ensure full employment of the working population, annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest ,free all education from school to university, free health and medical care, free housing and apartments, libraries and many other.

All Soviet people socialist USSR had annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest.

In the socialist USSR all of the working people provided annual paid holiday duration of the 24 working days or 31 calendar days, and certain categories of working people were granted annual paid holiday of 48 working days or 56 calendar days.

In 1989 in the socialist USSR all of the working population of 141 million 892 thousands and 75 million 168 thousands in Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, had of paid annual holiday duration of the 24 working days or 31 calendar days, and certain categories of working people were granted annual paid holiday of 48 working days or 56 calendar days.

Soviet people socialist USSR free or for 10-50% value rested 31 days annual paid holiday and weekly days rest in 7356 state sanatoria, health-building institutions and holiday homes.

In 1979 in socialist USSR 51 million working people free or for 30-50% value rested 24 days annual paid holiday in 7356 state sanatoria and holiday homes by the socialist state or soviet enterprises and trade unions.

In 1991 in socialist Russia or the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic 50,9 million working people free or for 10%-50 value rested weekly days of rest and annual paid holiday in 7356 state sanatoria and holiday homes by the socialist state or soviet enterprises and trade unions.

In 1987 in socialist Russia or the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic 28,9 million working people free or for 30-50 % value rested 24 days annual paid holiday in 7356 state sanatoria and holiday homes by the socialist state or soviet enterprises and trade unions.

In 1991 in socialist Russia ( RSFSR) 14,6 million working people rested for 24 calendar days in 7356 sanatoriums and rest homes on free vouchers or on preferential vouchers for 10-50% of their cost, which by 50-90% was paid by the socialist state or soviet enterprises and trade unions.

Soviet society ensures the real liberty of the individual. The highest manifestation of this liberty is man's emancipation from exploitation, which is what primarily constitutes genuine social justice.

Soviet experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

The socialist principle "From each according to his abilities, to each according to his work" has been put into effect in the Soviet Union.This principle ensures that the members of society have a material interest in the fruits of their labour ; it makes it possible to harmonise personal and social interests in the most effective way and serves as a powerful stimulus for increasing productivity of labour, developing the economy and raising the people's standard of living.The awareness that they work for themselves and their society and not for exploiters inspires the working people with labour enthusiasm ; it encourages their effort for innovation, their creative initiative, and mass socialist emulation.

Socialist democracy includes both political freedoms-freedom of speech, of the press and of assembly, the right to elect and to be elected, and also social rights-the right to work,to rest and leisure, to free education and free medical services, to material security in old age and in case of illness or disability ; equality of citizens of all races and nationalities ; equal rights for women and men in all spheres of polit-ical, economic and cultural activity .

Socialist democracy, unlike bourgeois democracy, does not merely proclaim the rights of the people, but guarantees that they are really implemented .

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 40. Citizens of the USSR have the right to work (that is, to guaranteed employment and pay in accordance wit the quantity and quality of their work, and not below the state-established minimum), including the right to choose their trade or profession, type of job and work in accordance with their inclinations, abilities, training and education, with due account of the needs of society.

This right is ensured by the socialist economic system, steady growth of the productive forces, free vocational and professional training, improvement of skills, training in new trades or professions, and development of the systems of vocational guidance and job placement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mblXAQ8DPIU&t=11s

Article 42. Citizens of the USSR have the right to health protection. This right is ensured by free, qualified medical care provided by state health institutions; by extension of the network of therapeutic and health-building institutions; by the development and improvement of safety and hygiene in industry; by carrying out broad prophylactic measures; by measures to improve the environment; by special care for the health of the rising generation, including prohibition of child labour, excluding the work done by children as part of the school curriculum; and by developing research to prevent and reduce the incidence of disease and ensure citizens a long and active life.

https://youtu.be/1JwNpDrjk7M

Article 43. Citizens of the USSR have the right to maintenance in old age, in sickness, and in the event of complete or partial disability or loss of the breadwinner.The right is guaranteed by social insurance of workers and other employees and collective farmers; by allowances for temporary disability; by the provision by the state or by collective farms of retirement pensions, disability pensions, and pensions for loss of the breadwinner; by providing employment for the partially disabled; by care for the elderly and the disabled; and by other forms of social security.

Article 44. Citizens of the USSR have the rights to housing. This right is ensured by the development and upkeep of state and socially-owned housing; by assistance for co-operative and individual house building; by fair distribution, under public control, of the housing that becomes available through fulfilment of the programme of building well-appointed dwellings, and by low rents and low charges for utility services. Citizens of the USSR shall take good care of the housing allocated to them.

https://youtu.be/cSLQ2dyHLA4

Article 45. Citizens of the USSR have the right to education. This right is ensured by free provision of all forms of education, by the institution of universal, compulsory secondary education, and broad development of vocational, specialised secondary, and higher education, in which instruction is oriented toward practical activity and production; by the development of extramural, correspondence and evening courses, by the provision of state scholarships and grants and privileges for students; by the free issue of school textbooks; by the opportunity to attend a school where teaching is in the native language; and by the provision of facilities for self-education.

https://youtu.be/ZJPmzJD9EyM

GrooberNedJardine
GrooberNedJardine
7 months ago

I see the insurrectionists were back in DC on Saturday in large numbers threatening to burn it down . ohh sorry they were BLM , Antifa and the Rainbow , i suppose that wasn't your sort of news , CARRY ON .

Tom Lakosh
Tom Lakosh
7 months ago

Justice requires that all of the insurrectionists and DJT, who issued orders to "stop the steal", should be tried together in federal court, charged with seditious conspiracy, insurrection, conspiracy against rights, refusal to permit tabulation of votes and felony murder pursuant to: https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2385 https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2384 https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2383
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/241
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/610
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/595
https://uscode.house.gov/view.xhtml?req=(title:52%20section:10307%20edition:prelim)
https://uscode.house.gov/view.xhtml?req=(title:52%20section:20511%20edition:prelim) https://www.justia.com/criminal/offenses/homicide/felony-murder/ . Once convicted for insurrection, the 14th Amendment automatically applies and an impeachment trial would be moot: https://constitution.congress.gov/browse/amendment-14/section-3/

Hannah R.
Hannah R.
7 months ago

Only 181 people have been charged!? That’s outrageous. Every single protestor that entered the building needs to be charged.

Vacheslav Petrov
Vacheslav Petrov
7 months ago

In the socialist Soviet Union or USSR all people and working people received free qualified medical care provided by state health institutions. In 1990 all 288,6 million Soviet people had free all medical care and health protection provided by 1278,3 thousands doctors and 3,386 million mid-level medical personnel in 66,5 thousands state health institutions.

The Soviet socialist free public state health protection and qualified medical care for citizens of the USSR

1991

https://youtu.be/1JwNpDrjk7M

https://youtu.be/DdhhLhvUw2s

1979

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eb1KKEOHstk&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB&index=9

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2qhOj2Jbec&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB&index=10

1981

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxNrEuXA_QA&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB&index=11

Free public state health protection and qualified medical care for children in the USSR 1985

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkeJKag-0IM&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB

https://youtu.be/jJwKQOP2ZLs

Constitution USSR, 1977.

Article 42. Citizens of the USSR have the right to health protection.

This right is ensured by free, qualified medical care provided by state health institutions; by extension of the network of therapeutic and health-building institutions; by the development and improvement of safety and hygiene in industry; by carrying out broad prophylactic measures; by measures to improve the environment; by special care for the health of the rising generation, including prohibition of child labour, excluding the work done by children as part of the school curriculum; and by developing research to prevent and reduce the incidence of disease and ensure citizens a long and active life.

Soviet Union experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or USSR or Soviet Union was a socialist state of the whole people, expressing the will and interests of the workers, peasants, and intelligentsia, the working people of all the nations and nationalities of the country.

The aim of socialism is to meet the growing material and cultural requirements of the people ever more fully by continuously developing and improving social production.

In the USSR all people received full the social, economic, political and personal rights and freedoms, abolished unemployment and ensure full employment of the working population, annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest ,free all education from school to university, free health and medical care, free housing and apartments, libraries and many other.

All 288,6 million Soviet people had free all medical care and health protection provided by 1278,3 thousands doctors and 3,386 million mid-level medical personnel in 66,5 thousands state health institutions.

For example, facts only in socialist Soviet Russia with 145 million population, without the other 14 republics of the USSR.

In socialist Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic in 1990 all 148,6 million Soviet people had free all medical care and health protection provided by 694,7 thousands doctors and 1,1817 million mid-level medical personnel in 34,3 thousands state health institutions.

In socialist Russia 694,7 thousands daughters and sons workers, peasants collective farms and working intellectuals were doctors in 1990.

In socialist Russia 1,817 million daughters and sons workers, peasants collective farms and working intellectuals were mid-level medical personnel in 1990.

In socialist Russia 694,7 thousands doctors and 1,1817 million mid-level medical personnel , daughters and sons Soviet working people, worked in 34,3 thousands state medical organizations.

Soviet society ensures the real liberty of the individual. The highest manifestation of this liberty is man's emancipation from exploitation, which is what primarily constitutes genuine social justice.

Soviet experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

Socialist democracy includes both political freedoms-freedom of speech, of the press and of assembly, the right to elect and to be elected, and also social rights-the right to work,to rest and leisure, to free education and free medical services, to material security in old age and in case of illness or disability ; equality of citizens of all races and nationalities ; equal rights for women and men in all spheres of polit-ical, economic and cultural activity.

Socialist democracy, unlike bourgeois democracy, does not merely proclaim the rights of the people, but guarantees that they are really implemented .

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 40. Citizens of the USSR have the right to work (that is, to guaranteed employment and pay in accordance wit the quantity and quality of their work, and not below the state-established minimum), including the right to choose their trade or profession, type of job and work in accordance with their inclinations, abilities, training and education, with due account of the needs of society.

This right is ensured by the socialist economic system, steady growth of the productive forces, free vocational and professional training, improvement of skills, training in new trades or professions, and development of the systems of vocational guidance and job placement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mblXAQ8DPIU&t=11s

Article 41. Citizens of the USSR have the right to rest and leisure. This right is ensured by the establishment of a working week not exceeding 41 hours, for workers and other employees, a shorter working day in a number of trades and industries, and shorter hours for night work; by the provision of paid annual holidays, weekly days of rest, extension of the network of cultural, educational, and health-building institutions, and the development on a mass scale of sport, physical culture, and camping and tourism; by the provision of neighborhood recreational facilities, and of other opportunities for rational use of free time.

https://youtu.be/E9pfmSloV40

Article 43. Citizens of the USSR have the right to maintenance in old age, in sickness, and in the event of complete or partial disability or loss of the breadwinner.The right is guaranteed by social insurance of workers and other employees and collective farmers; by allowances for temporary disability; by the provision by the state or by collective farms of retirement pensions, disability pensions, and pensions for loss of the breadwinner; by providing employment for the partially disabled; by care for the elderly and the disabled; and by other forms of social security.

Article 44. Citizens of the USSR have the rights to housing. This right is ensured by the development and upkeep of state and socially-owned housing; by assistance for co-operative and individual house building; by fair distribution, under public control, of the housing that becomes available through fulfilment of the programme of building well-appointed dwellings, and by low rents and low charges for utility services. Citizens of the USSR shall take good care of the housing allocated to them.

https://youtu.be/cSLQ2dyHLA4

Article 45. Citizens of the USSR have the right to education. This right is ensured by free provision of all forms of education, by the institution of universal, compulsory secondary education, and broad development of vocational, specialised secondary, and higher education, in which instruction is oriented toward practical activity and production; by the development of extramural, correspondence and evening courses, by the provision of state scholarships and grants and privileges for students; by the free issue of school textbooks; by the opportunity to attend a school where teaching is in the native language; and by the provision of facilities for self-education.

https://youtu.be/ZJPmzJD9EyM

Article 46. Citizens of the USSR have the right to enjoy cultural benefits. This rights is ensured by broad access to the cultural treasures of their own land and of the world that are preserved in state and other public collections; by the development and fair distribution of cultural and educational institutions throughout the country; by developing television and radio broadcasting and the publishing of books, newspapers and periodicals, and by extending the free library service; and by expanding cultural exchanges with other countries.

https://youtu.be/UPtX9EbekUA

Article 26. In accordance with society's needs, the state provides for planned development of science and the training of scientific personnel and organises introduction of the results of research in the economy and other spheres of life.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e39p9G_KJk4&t=5s

Article 27. The state concerns itself with protecting, augmenting and making extensive use of society's cultural wealth for the moral and aesthetic education of the Soviet people, for raising their cultural level.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUh1VKm1kvQ&t=65s

in551125do
in551125do
7 months ago

Textbook fascism…….

Paintboy
Paintboy
7 months ago

Lou.- Bull pucky! You keep saying the same thing WITHOUT PROOF. Serves you right getting cancelled.

Vacheslav Petrov
Vacheslav Petrov
7 months ago

Constitution USSR, 1977.Article 42.Citizens of the USSR have the right to health protection. This right is ensured by free, qualified medical care provided by state health institutions; by extension of the network of therapeutic and health-building institutions; by the development and improvement of safety and hygiene in industry; by carrying out broad prophylactic measures; by measures to improve the environment; by special care for the health of the rising generation, including prohibition of child labour, excluding the work done by children as part of the school curriculum; and by developing research to prevent and reduce the incidence of disease and ensure citizens a long and active life.

The Soviet socialist free public state health protection and qualified medical care for citizens of the USSR

1991

https://youtu.be/1JwNpDrjk7M

https://youtu.be/DdhhLhvUw2s

1979

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eb1KKEOHstk&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB&index=9

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2qhOj2Jbec&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB&index=10

1981

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxNrEuXA_QA&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB&index=11

Free public state health protection and qualified medical care for children in the USSR 1985

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkeJKag-0IM&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB

https://youtu.be/jJwKQOP2ZLs

Soviet Union experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or USSR or Soviet Union was a socialist state of the whole people, expressing the will and interests of the workers, peasants, and intelligentsia, the working people of all the nations and nationalities of the country.

The aim of socialism is to meet the growing material and cultural requirements of the people ever more fully by continuously developing and improving social production.

In the USSR all people received full the social, economic, political and personal rights and freedoms, abolished unemployment and ensure full employment of the working population, annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest ,free all education from school to university, free health and medical care, free housing and apartments, libraries and many other.

In the socialist Soviet Union or USSR all people and working people received free qualified medical care provided by state health institutions.

All 288,6 million Soviet people had free all medical care and health protection provided by 1278,3 thousands doctors and 3,386 million mid-level medical personnel in 66,5 thousands state health institutions.

For example, facts only in socialist Soviet Russia with 145 million population, without the other 14 republics of the USSR.

In socialist Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic in 1990 all 148,6 million Soviet people had free all medical care and health protection provided by 694,7 thousands doctors and 1,1817 million mid-level medical personnel in 34,3 thousands state health institutions.

In socialist Russia 694,7 thousands daughters and sons workers, peasants collective farms and working intellectuals were doctors in 1990.

In socialist Russia 1,817 million daughters and sons workers, peasants collective farms and working intellectuals were mid-level medical personnel in 1990.

In socialist Russia 694,7 thousands doctors and 1,1817 million mid-level medical personnel , daughters and sons Soviet working people, worked in 34,3 thousands state medical organizations.

Soviet society ensures the real liberty of the individual. The highest manifestation of this liberty is man's emancipation from exploitation, which is what primarily constitutes genuine social justice.

Soviet experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

Socialist democracy includes both political freedoms-freedom of speech, of the press and of assembly, the right to elect and to be elected, and also social rights-the right to work,to rest and leisure, to free education and free medical services, to material security in old age and in case of illness or disability ; equality of citizens of all races and nationalities ; equal rights for women and men in all spheres of polit-ical, economic and cultural activity .

Socialist democracy, unlike bourgeois democracy, does not merely proclaim the rights of the people, but guarantees that they are really implemented .

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 40. Citizens of the USSR have the right to work (that is, to guaranteed employment and pay in accordance wit the quantity and quality of their work, and not below the state-established minimum), including the right to choose their trade or profession, type of job and work in accordance with their inclinations, abilities, training and education, with due account of the needs of society.

This right is ensured by the socialist economic system, steady growth of the productive forces, free vocational and professional training, improvement of skills, training in new trades or professions, and development of the systems of vocational guidance and job placement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mblXAQ8DPIU&t=11s

Article 41. Citizens of the USSR have the right to rest and leisure. This right is ensured by the establishment of a working week not exceeding 41 hours, for workers and other employees, a shorter working day in a number of trades and industries, and shorter hours for night work; by the provision of paid annual holidays, weekly days of rest, extension of the network of cultural, educational, and health-building institutions, and the development on a mass scale of sport, physical culture, and camping and tourism; by the provision of neighborhood recreational facilities, and of other opportunities for rational use of free time.

https://youtu.be/E9pfmSloV40

Article 43. Citizens of the USSR have the right to maintenance in old age, in sickness, and in the event of complete or partial disability or loss of the breadwinner.The right is guaranteed by social insurance of workers and other employees and collective farmers; by allowances for temporary disability; by the provision by the state or by collective farms of retirement pensions, disability pensions, and pensions for loss of the breadwinner; by providing employment for the partially disabled; by care for the elderly and the disabled; and by other forms of social security.

Article 44. Citizens of the USSR have the rights to housing. This right is ensured by the development and upkeep of state and socially-owned housing; by assistance for co-operative and individual house building; by fair distribution, under public control, of the housing that becomes available through fulfilment of the programme of building well-appointed dwellings, and by low rents and low charges for utility services. Citizens of the USSR shall take good care of the housing allocated to them.

https://youtu.be/cSLQ2dyHLA4

Article 45. Citizens of the USSR have the right to education. This right is ensured by free provision of all forms of education, by the institution of universal, compulsory secondary education, and broad development of vocational, specialised secondary, and higher education, in which instruction is oriented toward practical activity and production; by the development of extramural, correspondence and evening courses, by the provision of state scholarships and grants and privileges for students; by the free issue of school textbooks; by the opportunity to attend a school where teaching is in the native language; and by the provision of facilities for self-education.

https://youtu.be/ZJPmzJD9EyM

Article 46. Citizens of the USSR have the right to enjoy cultural benefits. This rights is ensured by broad access to the cultural treasures of their own land and of the world that are preserved in state and other public collections; by the development and fair distribution of cultural and educational institutions throughout the country; by developing television and radio broadcasting and the publishing of books, newspapers and periodicals, and by extending the free library service; and by expanding cultural exchanges with other countries.

https://youtu.be/UPtX9EbekUA

Michael Stern
Michael Stern
7 months ago

The graceful quiet hooghly race because security byerly rely regarding a physical myanmar. troubled, proud servant

Vacheslav Petrov
Vacheslav Petrov
7 months ago

In 1990 in socialist Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic all 148,6 million Soviet people had free all medical care and health protection provided by 694,7 thousands doctors and 1,1817 million mid-level medical personnel in 34,3 thousands state health institutions.

https://youtu.be/1JwNpDrjk7M

https://youtu.be/jJwKQOP2ZLs

The Soviet socialist free public state health protection and qualified medical care for citizens of the USSR

1991

https://youtu.be/1JwNpDrjk7M

https://youtu.be/DdhhLhvUw2s

1979

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eb1KKEOHstk&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB&index=9

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2qhOj2Jbec&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB&index=10

1981

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxNrEuXA_QA&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB&index=11

Free public state health protection and qualified medical care for children in the USSR 1985

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkeJKag-0IM&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB

Soviet Union experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or USSR or Soviet Union was a socialist state of the whole people, expressing the will and interests of the workers, peasants, and intelligentsia, the working people of all the nations and nationalities of the country.

The aim of socialism is to meet the growing material and cultural requirements of the people ever more fully by continuously developing and improving social production.

In the USSR all people received full the social, economic, political and personal rights and freedoms, abolished unemployment and ensure full employment of the working population, annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest ,free all education from school to university, free health and medical care, free housing and apartments, libraries and many other.

In the socialist Soviet Union or USSR all people and working people received free qualified medical care provided by state health institutions.

All 288,6 million Soviet people had free all medical care and health protection provided by 1278,3 thousands doctors and 3,386 million mid-level medical personnel in 66,5 thousands state health institutions.

For example, facts only in socialist Soviet Russia with 145 million population, without the other 14 republics of the USSR.

In socialist Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic in 1990 all 148,6 million Soviet people had free all medical care and health protection provided by 694,7 thousands doctors and 1,1817 million mid-level medical personnel in 34,3 thousands state health institutions.

In socialist Russia 694,7 thousands daughters and sons workers, peasants collective farms and working intellectuals were doctors in 1990.

In socialist Russia 1,817 million daughters and sons workers, peasants collective farms and working intellectuals were mid-level medical personnel in 1990.

In socialist Russia 694,7 thousands doctors and 1,1817 million mid-level medical personnel , daughters and sons Soviet working people, worked in 34,3 thousands state medical organizations.

Soviet society ensures the real liberty of the individual. The highest manifestation of this liberty is man's emancipation from exploitation, which is what primarily constitutes genuine social justice.

Soviet experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

Socialist democracy includes both political freedoms-freedom of speech, of the press and of assembly, the right to elect and to be elected, and also social rights-the right to work,to rest and leisure, to free education and free medical services, to material security in old age and in case of illness or disability ; equality of citizens of all races and nationalities ; equal rights for women and men in all spheres of polit-ical, economic and cultural activity .

Socialist democracy, unlike bourgeois democracy, does not merely proclaim the rights of the people, but guarantees that they are really implemented .

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 40. Citizens of the USSR have the right to work (that is, to guaranteed employment and pay in accordance wit the quantity and quality of their work, and not below the state-established minimum), including the right to choose their trade or profession, type of job and work in accordance with their inclinations, abilities, training and education, with due account of the needs of society.

This right is ensured by the socialist economic system, steady growth of the productive forces, free vocational and professional training, improvement of skills, training in new trades or professions, and development of the systems of vocational guidance and job placement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mblXAQ8DPIU&t=11s

Article 41. Citizens of the USSR have the right to rest and leisure. This right is ensured by the establishment of a working week not exceeding 41 hours, for workers and other employees, a shorter working day in a number of trades and industries, and shorter hours for night work; by the provision of paid annual holidays, weekly days of rest, extension of the network of cultural, educational, and health-building institutions, and the development on a mass scale of sport, physical culture, and camping and tourism; by the provision of neighborhood recreational facilities, and of other opportunities for rational use of free time.

https://youtu.be/E9pfmSloV40

Article 43. Citizens of the USSR have the right to maintenance in old age, in sickness, and in the event of complete or partial disability or loss of the breadwinner.The right is guaranteed by social insurance of workers and other employees and collective farmers; by allowances for temporary disability; by the provision by the state or by collective farms of retirement pensions, disability pensions, and pensions for loss of the breadwinner; by providing employment for the partially disabled; by care for the elderly and the disabled; and by other forms of social security.

Article 44. Citizens of the USSR have the rights to housing. This right is ensured by the development and upkeep of state and socially-owned housing; by assistance for co-operative and individual house building; by fair distribution, under public control, of the housing that becomes available through fulfilment of the programme of building well-appointed dwellings, and by low rents and low charges for utility services. Citizens of the USSR shall take good care of the housing allocated to them.

https://youtu.be/cSLQ2dyHLA4

Article 45. Citizens of the USSR have the right to education. This right is ensured by free provision of all forms of education, by the institution of universal, compulsory secondary education, and broad development of vocational, specialised secondary, and higher education, in which instruction is oriented toward practical activity and production; by the development of extramural, correspondence and evening courses, by the provision of state scholarships and grants and privileges for students; by the free issue of school textbooks; by the opportunity to attend a school where teaching is in the native language; and by the provision of facilities for self-education.

https://youtu.be/ZJPmzJD9EyM

Article 46. Citizens of the USSR have the right to enjoy cultural benefits. This rights is ensured by broad access to the cultural treasures of their own land and of the world that are preserved in state and other public collections; by the development and fair distribution of cultural and educational institutions throughout the country; by developing television and radio broadcasting and the publishing of books, newspapers and periodicals, and by extending the free library service; and by expanding cultural exchanges with other countries.

https://youtu.be/UPtX9EbekUA

Jeff Zabelski
Jeff Zabelski
7 months ago

LaMalfa spread the lie too!!!

Johnnybx 3
Johnnybx 3
7 months ago

Fake news !!🤥🤥🤥🤥

Carol Santangelo
Carol Santangelo
7 months ago

My question is who killed the police officer and why haven't we heard anybody being charged with murder sounds to me like if you can't figure it out Trump should be charged

natalie harless
natalie harless
7 months ago

Get a grip GOP. You're DEAD. There IS NO GOP anymore. Hope ya'll are PROUD!!!!!!!

Vacheslav Petrov
Vacheslav Petrov
7 months ago

Constitution USSR, 1977.Article 45. Citizens of the USSR have the right to education. This right is ensured by free provision of all forms of education, by the institution of universal, compulsory secondary education, and broad development of vocational, specialised secondary, and higher education, in which instruction is oriented toward practical activity and production; by the development of extramural, correspondence and evening courses, by the provision of state scholarships and grants and privileges for students; by the free issue of school textbooks; by the opportunity to attend a school where teaching is in the native language; and by the provision of facilities for self-education.

https://youtu.be/ZJPmzJD9EyM

https://youtu.be/oR21Bgy1LJM

https://youtu.be/vgWV9Q2RVZw

https://youtu.be/_rK-2z93_Jk

https://youtu.be/FuEY8kjg3bw

https://youtu.be/knxrdliDz98

https://youtu.be/1djd6AaNH-c

https://youtu.be/jJwKQOP2ZLs

Soviet Union experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

The aim of socialism is to meet the growing material and cultural requirements of the people ever more fully by continuously developing and improving social production.

In the USSR all people received full the social, economic, political and personal rights and freedoms, abolished unemployment and ensure full employment of the working population, annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest ,free all education from school to university, free health and medical care, free housing and apartments, libraries and many other.

Under the leadership of Lenin worked out a plan for the radical transformation of the country, for the construction of socialism.

The main elements of the Lenin plan for the building of a socialist society were industrialisation of the country, agricultural co-operation, and the cultural revolution .

To build socialism it was necessary to raise the cultural level of the people ; this too was successfully accomplished . A cultural revolution was carried out in the country . It freed the working people from spiritual slavery and ignorance and gave them access to the cultural values accumulated by mankind. The country, the bulk of whose population had been illiterate, made breath-taking progress in science and culture.

In 1989 in socialist USSR all 43,6 million Soviet pupils had free elementary, secondary and high school education and free enrolled in 131200 ten-years state schools with 3,3 million teachers.

In 1990 in socialist USSR or Soviet Union free enrolled: 45,3 million pupils in 132,2 thousands ten-year state schools , 3,614 million students in 7,538 thousands two-year state colleges , 4,1 million students in 4,556 thousands four-year state colleges and 5,162 million students in 911 five -years and six-years state universities.

In 1990 in socialist Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic free enrolled: 20,427 million pupils in 70 thousands ten-year state schools , 2,055 million students in 4,320 thousands two-year state colleges , 2,338 million students in 2,605 thousands four-year state colleges and 2,861 million students in 514 five -years and six-years state universities.

In socialist Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, 6 million people worked in public state education services in 1990.

In socialist Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, 6 million daughters and sons workers, peasants and working intellectuals worked in public state education services in 1990.

In socialist Russia, 984,6 thousands daughters and sons workers, peasants and working intellectuals were teachers public state kindergartens in 1990.

In socialist Russia,9,2 million daughters and sons working people free enrolled in 87,9 thousands public state kindergartens in 1990.

In socialist Russia, 1,556 million daughters and sons workers, peasants collective farms and working intellectuals were teachers public state schools in 1990.

In Soviet Russia,20,427 million daughters and sons working people free enrolled in 70 thousands ten-years public state schools in 1990.

In socialist Russia 160,8 thousands daughters and sons Soviet working people were teachers two-year public state colleges in 1990.

In Soviet Russia,2,055 million daughters and sons working people free enrolled in 4,320 thousands two-year public state colleges in 1990.

In socialist Russia 124,4 thousands daughters and sons Soviet working people were lecturers four-year public state colleges in 1990.

In Soviet Russia,2,338 million daughters and sons working people free enrolled in 2,605 thousands four-year public state colleges in 1990.

In socialist Russia 219,7 thousands daughters and sons Soviet working people were professors and lecturers five -years and six-years public state universities in 1990.

In Soviet Russia,2,861 million daughters and sons working people free enrolled in 514 five -years and six-years public state universities in 1990.

In socialist Soviet Russia for all students was free live in all student campus in all public state colleges and universities!

In socialist Soviet Russia all well learn students in all public state colleges and universities received state stipend in size of 25% month average wage in country!

Socialist democracy includes both political freedoms-freedom of speech, of the press and of assembly, the right to elect and to be elected, and also social rights-the right to work,to rest and leisure, to free education and free medical services, to material security in old age and in case of illness or disability ; equality of citizens of all races and nationalities ; equal rights for women and men in all spheres of polit-ical, economic and cultural activity .

Socialist democracy, unlike bourgeois democracy, does not merely proclaim the rights of the people, but guarantees that they are really implemented .

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 40. Citizens of the USSR have the right to work (that is, to guaranteed employment and pay in accordance wit the quantity and quality of their work, and not below the state-established minimum), including the right to choose their trade or profession, type of job and work in accordance with their inclinations, abilities, training and education, with due account of the needs of society.

This right is ensured by the socialist economic system, steady growth of the productive forces, free vocational and professional training, improvement of skills, training in new trades or professions, and development of the systems of vocational guidance and job placement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mblXAQ8DPIU&t=11s

Article 41. Citizens of the USSR have the right to rest and leisure. This right is ensured by the establishment of a working week not exceeding 41 hours, for workers and other employees, a shorter working day in a number of trades and industries, and shorter hours for night work; by the provision of paid annual holidays, weekly days of rest, extension of the network of cultural, educational, and health-building institutions, and the development on a mass scale of sport, physical culture, and camping and tourism; by the provision of neighborhood recreational facilities, and of other opportunities for rational use of free time.

https://youtu.be/E9pfmSloV40

Article 42. Citizens of the USSR have the right to health protection. This right is ensured by free, qualified medical care provided by state health institutions; by extension of the network of therapeutic and health-building institutions; by the development and improvement of safety and hygiene in industry; by carrying out broad prophylactic measures; by measures to improve the environment; by special care for the health of the rising generation, including prohibition of child labour, excluding the work done by children as part of the school curriculum; and by developing research to prevent and reduce the incidence of disease and ensure citizens a long and active life.

https://youtu.be/1JwNpDrjk7M

Article 43. Citizens of the USSR have the right to maintenance in old age, in sickness, and in the event of complete or partial disability or loss of the breadwinner.The right is guaranteed by social insurance of workers and other employees and collective farmers; by allowances for temporary disability; by the provision by the state or by collective farms of retirement pensions, disability pensions, and pensions for loss of the breadwinner; by providing employment for the partially disabled; by care for the elderly and the disabled; and by other forms of social security.

Article 44. Citizens of the USSR have the rights to housing. This right is ensured by the development and upkeep of state and socially-owned housing; by assistance for co-operative and individual house building; by fair distribution, under public control, of the housing that becomes available through fulfilment of the programme of building well-appointed dwellings, and by low rents and low charges for utility services. Citizens of the USSR shall take good care of the housing allocated to them.

https://youtu.be/cSLQ2dyHLA4

Article 46. Citizens of the USSR have the right to enjoy cultural benefits. This rights is ensured by broad access to the cultural treasures of their own land and of the world that are preserved in state and other public collections; by the development and fair distribution of cultural and educational institutions throughout the country; by developing television and radio broadcasting and the publishing of books, newspapers and periodicals, and by extending the free library service; and by expanding cultural exchanges with other countries.

https://youtu.be/UPtX9EbekUA

D Dog
D Dog
7 months ago

STAGGED FLAG EVENT

Paintboy
Paintboy
7 months ago

The only way to stop Bullshot IS TO SUE THEM. HURT THEM WHERE IT COUNTS MOST. IN THE WALLET. HOLD THEM ACCOUNTABLE.

goatsucker von sasquatch
goatsucker von sasquatch
7 months ago

No one cares anymore just look at your ratings

Vacheslav Petrov
Vacheslav Petrov
7 months ago

In 1990 in socialist Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic free enrolled: 20,427 million pupils in 70 thousands ten-year state schools , 2,055 million students in 4,320 thousands two-year state colleges , 2,338 million students in 2,605 thousands four-year state colleges and 2,861 million students in 514 five -years and six-years state universities. https://youtu.be/2mq2YRs-pJ0

https://youtu.be/jJwKQOP2ZLs

Constitution USSR, 1977.Article 45. Citizens of the USSR have the right to education. This right is ensured by free provision of all forms of education, by the institution of universal, compulsory secondary education, and broad development of vocational, specialised secondary, and higher education, in which instruction is oriented toward practical activity and production; by the development of extramural, correspondence and evening courses, by the provision of state scholarships and grants and privileges for students; by the free issue of school textbooks; by the opportunity to attend a school where teaching is in the native language; and by the provision of facilities for self-education.

https://youtu.be/ZJPmzJD9EyM

https://youtu.be/oR21Bgy1LJM

https://youtu.be/vgWV9Q2RVZw

https://youtu.be/_rK-2z93_Jk

https://youtu.be/FuEY8kjg3bw

https://youtu.be/knxrdliDz98

https://youtu.be/1djd6AaNH-c

Soviet Union experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or USSR or Soviet Union was a socialist state of the whole people, expressing the will and interests of the workers, peasants, and intelligentsia, the working people of all the nations and nationalities of the country.

The aim of socialism is to meet the growing material and cultural requirements of the people ever more fully by continuously developing and improving social production.

In the USSR all people received full the social, economic, political and personal rights and freedoms, abolished unemployment and ensure full employment of the working population, annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest ,free all education from school to university, free health and medical care, free housing and apartments, libraries and many other.

Under the leadership of Lenin worked out a plan for the radical transformation of the country, for the construction of socialism. On the basis of a thorough scientific analysis, Lenin elaborated the policy of the proletarian state for the entire period of transition from capitalism to socialism .

The main elements of the Lenin plan for the building of a socialist society were industrialisation of the country, agricultural co-operation, and the cultural revolution .

To build socialism it was necessary to raise the cultural level of the people ; this too was successfully accomplished . A cultural revolution was carried out in the country . It freed the working people from spiritual slavery and ignorance and gave them access to the cultural values accumulated by mankind. The country, the bulk of whose population had been illiterate, made breath-taking progress in science and culture.

In 1989 in socialist USSR all 43,6 million Soviet pupils had free elementary, secondary and high school education and free enrolled in 131200 ten-years state schools with 3,3 million teachers.

In 1990 in socialist USSR or Soviet Union free enrolled: 45,3 million pupils in 132,2 thousands ten-year state schools , 3,614 million students in 7,538 thousands two-year state colleges , 4,1 million students in 4,556 thousands four-year state colleges and 5,162 million students in 911 five -years and six-years state universities.

In 1990 in socialist Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic free enrolled: 20,427 million pupils in 70 thousands ten-year state schools , 2,055 million students in 4,320 thousands two-year state colleges , 2,338 million students in 2,605 thousands four-year state colleges and 2,861 million students in 514 five -years and six-years state universities.

In socialist Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, 6 million people worked in public state education services in 1990.

In socialist Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, 6 million daughters and sons workers, peasants and working intellectuals worked in public state education services in 1990.

In socialist Russia, 984,6 thousands daughters and sons workers, peasants and working intellectuals were teachers public state kindergartens in 1990.

In socialist Russia,9,2 million daughters and sons working people free enrolled in 87,9 thousands public state kindergartens in 1990.

In socialist Russia, 1,556 million daughters and sons workers, peasants collective farms and working intellectuals were teachers public state schools in 1990.

In Soviet Russia,20,427 million daughters and sons working people free enrolled in 70 thousands ten-years public state schools in 1990.

In socialist Russia 160,8 thousands daughters and sons Soviet working people were teachers two-year public state colleges in 1990.

In Soviet Russia,2,055 million daughters and sons working people free enrolled in 4,320 thousands two-year public state colleges in 1990.

In socialist Russia 124,4 thousands daughters and sons Soviet working people were lecturers four-year public state colleges in 1990.

In Soviet Russia,2,338 million daughters and sons working people free enrolled in 2,605 thousands four-year public state colleges in 1990.

In socialist Russia 219,7 thousands daughters and sons Soviet working people were professors and lecturers five -years and six-years public state universities in 1990.

In Soviet Russia,2,861 million daughters and sons working people free enrolled in 514 five -years and six-years public state universities in 1990.

In socialist Soviet Russia for all students was free live in all student campus in all public state colleges and universities!

In socialist Soviet Russia all well learn students in all public state colleges and universities received state stipend in size of 25% month average wage in country!

Soviet society ensures the real liberty of the individual. The highest manifestation of this liberty is man's emancipation from exploitation, which is what primarily constitutes genuine social justice.

Socialist democracy includes both political freedoms-freedom of speech, of the press and of assembly, the right to elect and to be elected, and also social rights-the right to work,to rest and leisure, to free education and free medical services, to material security in old age and in case of illness or disability ; equality of citizens of all races and nationalities ; equal rights for women and men in all spheres of polit-ical, economic and cultural activity .

Socialist democracy, unlike bourgeois democracy, does not merely proclaim the rights of the people, but guarantees that they are really implemented .

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 40. Citizens of the USSR have the right to work (that is, to guaranteed employment and pay in accordance wit the quantity and quality of their work, and not below the state-established minimum), including the right to choose their trade or profession, type of job and work in accordance with their inclinations, abilities, training and education, with due account of the needs of society.

This right is ensured by the socialist economic system, steady growth of the productive forces, free vocational and professional training, improvement of skills, training in new trades or professions, and development of the systems of vocational guidance and job placement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mblXAQ8DPIU&t=11s

Article 42. Citizens of the USSR have the right to health protection. This right is ensured by free, qualified medical care provided by state health institutions; by extension of the network of therapeutic and health-building institutions; by the development and improvement of safety and hygiene in industry; by carrying out broad prophylactic measures; by measures to improve the environment; by special care for the health of the rising generation, including prohibition of child labour, excluding the work done by children as part of the school curriculum; and by developing research to prevent and reduce the incidence of disease and ensure citizens a long and active life.

https://youtu.be/1JwNpDrjk7M

Article 43. Citizens of the USSR have the right to maintenance in old age, in sickness, and in the event of complete or partial disability or loss of the breadwinner.The right is guaranteed by social insurance of workers and other employees and collective farmers; by allowances for temporary disability; by the provision by the state or by collective farms of retirement pensions, disability pensions, and pensions for loss of the breadwinner; by providing employment for the partially disabled; by care for the elderly and the disabled; and by other forms of social security.

Article 44. Citizens of the USSR have the rights to housing. This right is ensured by the development and upkeep of state and socially-owned housing; by assistance for co-operative and individual house building; by fair distribution, under public control, of the housing that becomes available through fulfilment of the programme of building well-appointed dwellings, and by low rents and low charges for utility services. Citizens of the USSR shall take good care of the housing allocated to them.

https://youtu.be/cSLQ2dyHLA4

Kevin Mulcahy
Kevin Mulcahy
7 months ago

Jake Tapper, some times you just have to pick a side.

Azli Aziz
Azli Aziz
7 months ago

DJT reaped what he sowed in his Personal Insurrection Instigating Specified Targets with Specific Objective KNOWINGLY for the PURPOSE of Personal Benefits. DJT is guilty beyond any reasonable doubt ‼️

Vacheslav Petrov
Vacheslav Petrov
7 months ago

In 1990 in socialist USSR or Soviet Union free enrolled: 45,3 million pupils in 132,2 thousands ten-year state schools , 3,614 million students in 7,538 thousands two-year state colleges , 4,1 million students in 4,556 thousands four-year state colleges and 5,162 million students in 911 five -years and six-years state universities.

https://youtu.be/jJwKQOP2ZLs

Constitution USSR, 1977.Article 45. Citizens of the USSR have the right to education. This right is ensured by free provision of all forms of education, by the institution of universal, compulsory secondary education, and broad development of vocational, specialised secondary, and higher education, in which instruction is oriented toward practical activity and production; by the development of extramural, correspondence and evening courses, by the provision of state scholarships and grants and privileges for students; by the free issue of school textbooks; by the opportunity to attend a school where teaching is in the native language; and by the provision of facilities for self-education.

https://youtu.be/ZJPmzJD9EyM

https://youtu.be/oR21Bgy1LJM

https://youtu.be/vgWV9Q2RVZw

https://youtu.be/_rK-2z93_Jk

https://youtu.be/FuEY8kjg3bw

https://youtu.be/knxrdliDz98

https://youtu.be/1djd6AaNH-c

Soviet Union experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or USSR or Soviet Union was a socialist state of the whole people, expressing the will and interests of the workers, peasants, and intelligentsia, the working people of all the nations and nationalities of the country.

The aim of socialism is to meet the growing material and cultural requirements of the people ever more fully by continuously developing and improving social production.

In the USSR all people received full the social, economic, political and personal rights and freedoms, abolished unemployment and ensure full employment of the working population, annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest ,free all education from school to university, free health and medical care, free housing and apartments, libraries and many other.

Under the leadership of Lenin worked out a plan for the radical transformation of the country, for the construction of socialism. On the basis of a thorough scientific analysis, Lenin elaborated the policy of the proletarian state for the entire period of transition from capitalism to socialism .

The main elements of the Lenin plan for the building of a socialist society were industrialisation of the country, agricultural co-operation, and the cultural revolution .

To build socialism it was necessary to raise the cultural level of the people ; this too was successfully accomplished . A cultural revolution was carried out in the country . It freed the working people from spiritual slavery and ignorance and gave them access to the cultural values accumulated by mankind. The country, the bulk of whose population had been illiterate, made breath-taking progress in science and culture.

In 1989 in socialist USSR all 43,6 million Soviet pupils had free elementary, secondary and high school education and free enrolled in 131200 ten-years state schools with 3,3 million teachers.

In 1990 in socialist USSR or Soviet Union free enrolled: 45,3 million pupils in 132,2 thousands ten-year state schools , 3,614 million students in 7,538 thousands two-year state colleges , 4,1 million students in 4,556 thousands four-year state colleges and 5,162 million students in 911 five -years and six-years state universities.

In 1990 in socialist Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic free enrolled: 20,427 million pupils in 70 thousands ten-year state schools , 2,055 million students in 4,320 thousands two-year state colleges , 2,338 million students in 2,605 thousands four-year state colleges and 2,861 million students in 514 five -years and six-years state universities.

In socialist Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, 6 million people worked in public state education services in 1990.

In socialist Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, 6 million daughters and sons workers, peasants and working intellectuals worked in public state education services in 1990.

In socialist Russia, 984,6 thousands daughters and sons workers, peasants and working intellectuals were teachers public state kindergartens in 1990.

In socialist Russia,9,2 million daughters and sons working people free enrolled in 87,9 thousands public state kindergartens in 1990.

In socialist Russia, 1,556 million daughters and sons workers, peasants collective farms and working intellectuals were teachers public state schools in 1990.

In Soviet Russia,20,427 million daughters and sons working people free enrolled in 70 thousands ten-years public state schools in 1990.

In socialist Russia 160,8 thousands daughters and sons Soviet working people were teachers two-year public state colleges in 1990.

In Soviet Russia,2,055 million daughters and sons working people free enrolled in 4,320 thousands two-year public state colleges in 1990.

In socialist Russia 124,4 thousands daughters and sons Soviet working people were lecturers four-year public state colleges in 1990.

In Soviet Russia,2,338 million daughters and sons working people free enrolled in 2,605 thousands four-year public state colleges in 1990.

In socialist Russia 219,7 thousands daughters and sons Soviet working people were professors and lecturers five -years and six-years public state universities in 1990.

In Soviet Russia,2,861 million daughters and sons working people free enrolled in 514 five -years and six-years public state universities in 1990.

In socialist Soviet Russia for all students was free live in all student campus in all public state colleges and universities!

In socialist Soviet Russia all well learn students in all public state colleges and universities received state stipend in size of 25% month average wage in country!

Soviet society ensures the real liberty of the individual. The highest manifestation of this liberty is man's emancipation from exploitation, which is what primarily constitutes genuine social justice.

Socialist democracy includes both political freedoms-freedom of speech, of the press and of assembly, the right to elect and to be elected, and also social rights-the right to work,to rest and leisure, to free education and free medical services, to material security in old age and in case of illness or disability ; equality of citizens of all races and nationalities ; equal rights for women and men in all spheres of polit-ical, economic and cultural activity .

Socialist democracy, unlike bourgeois democracy, does not merely proclaim the rights of the people, but guarantees that they are really implemented .

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 40. Citizens of the USSR have the right to work (that is, to guaranteed employment and pay in accordance wit the quantity and quality of their work, and not below the state-established minimum), including the right to choose their trade or profession, type of job and work in accordance with their inclinations, abilities, training and education, with due account of the needs of society.

This right is ensured by the socialist economic system, steady growth of the productive forces, free vocational and professional training, improvement of skills, training in new trades or professions, and development of the systems of vocational guidance and job placement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mblXAQ8DPIU&t=11s

Article 42. Citizens of the USSR have the right to health protection. This right is ensured by free, qualified medical care provided by state health institutions; by extension of the network of therapeutic and health-building institutions; by the development and improvement of safety and hygiene in industry; by carrying out broad prophylactic measures; by measures to improve the environment; by special care for the health of the rising generation, including prohibition of child labour, excluding the work done by children as part of the school curriculum; and by developing research to prevent and reduce the incidence of disease and ensure citizens a long and active life.

https://youtu.be/1JwNpDrjk7M

Article 43. Citizens of the USSR have the right to maintenance in old age, in sickness, and in the event of complete or partial disability or loss of the breadwinner.The right is guaranteed by social insurance of workers and other employees and collective farmers; by allowances for temporary disability; by the provision by the state or by collective farms of retirement pensions, disability pensions, and pensions for loss of the breadwinner; by providing employment for the partially disabled; by care for the elderly and the disabled; and by other forms of social security.

Article 44. Citizens of the USSR have the rights to housing. This right is ensured by the development and upkeep of state and socially-owned housing; by assistance for co-operative and individual house building; by fair distribution, under public control, of the housing that becomes available through fulfilment of the programme of building well-appointed dwellings, and by low rents and low charges for utility services. Citizens of the USSR shall take good care of the housing allocated to them.

https://youtu.be/cSLQ2dyHLA4

natalie harless
natalie harless
7 months ago

Bravo, Jake!!! Castigate the GOP! They deserve it!!!!

Vacheslav Petrov
Vacheslav Petrov
7 months ago

In socialist USSR all Soviet people received free public state apartments and housing in personal property which has been building a socialist state. In 1950-1990 in socialist USSR Soviet people in cities and agricultural free received from socialist state flats and housing overall square 3,263 billion sq. meters with total value of $3,544 trillion in market prices 2020 with low rents and low charges for utility services of 5-10% average salary.

https://youtu.be/cSLQ2dyHLA4

https://youtu.be/jfzRN9dkGEo

https://youtu.be/s5wUFKCx8rQ

1979

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwIgG4SHeT0&t=2s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZ7P8uNmz4M

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwDe4yGI4VM

1959

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mb9OllIZ5jI&t=2s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cri8pPMNw54

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vZMSSu1VDA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uyoq-D3871c

1977

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4wuk3v8Ruk&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB&index=14

1981

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNgV-cU0xmc&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB&index=12

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 44. Citizens of the USSR have the rights to housing.

This right is ensured by the development and upkeep of state and socially-owned housing; by assistance for co-operative and individual house building; by fair distribution, under public control, of the housing that becomes available through fulfilment of the programme of building well-appointed dwellings, and by low rents and low charges for utility services. Citizens of the USSR shall take good care of the housing allocated to them.

Socialism, which Marx and Engels scientifically predicted as inevitable and the plan for the construction of which was mapped out by Lenin, has become a reality in the Soviet Union.

Soviet Union experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or USSR or Soviet Union was a socialist state of the whole people, expressing the will and interests of the workers, peasants, and intelligentsia, the working people of all the nations and nationalities of the country.

The aim of socialism is to meet the growing material and cultural requirements of the people ever more fully by continuously developing and improving social production.

In the USSR all people received full the social, economic, political and personal rights and freedoms, abolished unemployment and ensure full employment of the working population, annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest ,free all education from school to university, free health and medical care, free housing and apartments, libraries and many other.

In socialist USSR socialist state has been mass building state public free housing with comfort flats for working people and all Soviet people.

In socialist USSR all Soviet people received free public state housing in personal property which has been building a socialist state.

In socialist USSR all Soviet people received free public housing in personal property with low rents and low charges for utility services with total value of 5-10% average salary.

In 1950-1990 in socialist USSR Soviet people in cities free received in personal property from socialist state 67,164 million apartments overall square 2700 million sq. meters with total value of $2,7 trillion in market prices 2020 with low rents and low charges for utility services of 5-10% average salary.

Additionally in 1950-1990 in USSR in agricultural Soviet people free received in personal property from socialist state farming and collective farms housing overall square 562,9 million sq. meters with total value of $844,35 billion in market prices 2020. All in 1950-1990 in socialist USSR Soviet people in cities and agricultural free received in personal property from socialist state apartments and housing overall square 3263 million sq. meters with total value of $3,544 trillion in market prices 2020 with low rents and low charges for utility services of 5-10% average salary.

For example, only in Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, without the other 14 republics of the USSR, in 1970-1990 people received free housing overall square 1082,1 millions sq. meters of total value of $2,131446 trillions at 2020 prices, , which has been building a socialist state.

Only in 1990 in Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic people received free housing overall square 52,8 millions sq. meters of total value of $104,002 billion at 2020 prices, which has been building a socialist state.

All in 1950-1990 in socialist Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Soviet people in cities free received in personal property from socialist state 34,8 million apartments and flats overall square 1627 million sq. meters with total value of $1,767 trillion in market prices 2020 with low rents and low charges for utility services of 5-10% average salary.

All in 1950-1990 in socialist Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Soviet people in cities and agricultural free received in personal property from socialist state 37,1 million apartments and housing overall square 1705 million sq. meters with total value of $1,852 trillion in market prices 2020 with low rents and low charges for utility services of 5-10% average salary.

Soviet experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

The socialist principle "From each according to his abilities, to each according to his work" has been put into effect in the Soviet Union.This principle ensures that the members of society have a material interest in the fruits of their labour ; it makes it possible to harmonise personal and social interests in the most effective way and serves as a powerful stimulus for increasing productivity of labour, developing the economy and raising the people's standard of living.The awareness that they work for themselves and their society and not for exploiters inspires the working people with labour enthusiasm ; it encourages their effort for innovation, their creative initiative, and mass socialist emulation.

Socialist democracy includes both political freedoms-freedom of speech, of the press and of assembly, the right to elect and to be elected, and also social rights-the right to work,to rest and leisure, to free education and free medical services, to material security in old age and in case of illness or disability ; equality of citizens of all races and nationalities ; equal rights for women and men in all spheres of polit-ical, economic and cultural activity .

Socialist democracy, unlike bourgeois democracy, does not merely proclaim the rights of the people, but guarantees that they are really implemented .

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 40. Citizens of the USSR have the right to work (that is, to guaranteed employment and pay in accordance wit the quantity and quality of their work, and not below the state-established minimum), including the right to choose their trade or profession, type of job and work in accordance with their inclinations, abilities, training and education, with due account of the needs of society.

This right is ensured by the socialist economic system, steady growth of the productive forces, free vocational and professional training, improvement of skills, training in new trades or professions, and development of the systems of vocational guidance and job placement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mblXAQ8DPIU&t=11s

Article 42. Citizens of the USSR have the right to health protection. This right is ensured by free, qualified medical care provided by state health institutions; by extension of the network of therapeutic and health-building institutions; by the development and improvement of safety and hygiene in industry; by carrying out broad prophylactic measures; by measures to improve the environment; by special care for the health of the rising generation, including prohibition of child labour, excluding the work done by children as part of the school curriculum; and by developing research to prevent and reduce the incidence of disease and ensure citizens a long and active life.

https://youtu.be/1JwNpDrjk7M

Article 45. Citizens of the USSR have the right to education. This right is ensured by free provision of all forms of education, by the institution of universal, compulsory secondary education, and broad development of vocational, specialised secondary, and higher education, in which instruction is oriented toward practical activity and production; by the development of extramural, correspondence and evening courses, by the provision of state scholarships and grants and privileges for students; by the free issue of school textbooks; by the opportunity to attend a school where teaching is in the native language; and by the provision of facilities for self-education.

https://youtu.be/ZJPmzJD9EyM

Ser Winzzalot
Ser Winzzalot
7 months ago

Jouranalism needs to step up and "give" the tools tgey use to help people seek out the truth.

mij cirtap
mij cirtap
7 months ago

A New York judge ruled Friday that Republican Claudia Tenney defeated U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi by 109 votes in the nation’s last undecided congressional race.

The legal team for Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi, [who has lost to Rep. Claudia Tenney in the NY22nd Congressional District race], argued in a court filing on Monday that voting machines are to blame for errors affecting hundreds of ballots.

Taking a page out of the Donald Trump playbook, prominent Democratic Party lawyer Marc E. Elias* is alleging voter machine discrepancies in a close New York congressional race.
And the machines being criticized are Dominion Voting Systems, the same ballot scanners targeted by Trump supporters in battleground states, and defended by winning Democrats.
*Elias, of the D.C. firm Perkins Coie, led a team of President Biden attorneys successfully fighting Trump challenges in over 50 courts.

Sources:
Washington Examiner
Politico
Washington Times

Vacheslav Petrov
Vacheslav Petrov
7 months ago

Constitution USSR, 1977.Article 44. Citizens of the USSR have the rights to housing. This right is ensured by the development and upkeep of state and socially-owned housing; by assistance for co-operative and individual house building; by fair distribution, under public control, of the housing that becomes available through fulfilment of the programme of building well-appointed dwellings, and by low rents and low charges for utility services. Citizens of the USSR shall take good care of the housing allocated to them.

https://youtu.be/cSLQ2dyHLA4

https://youtu.be/jfzRN9dkGEo

https://youtu.be/s5wUFKCx8rQ

1979

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwIgG4SHeT0&t=2s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZ7P8uNmz4M

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwDe4yGI4VM

1959

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mb9OllIZ5jI&t=2s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cri8pPMNw54

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vZMSSu1VDA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uyoq-D3871c

1977

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4wuk3v8Ruk&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB&index=14

1981

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNgV-cU0xmc&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB&index=12

Socialism, which Marx and Engels scientifically predicted as inevitable and the plan for the construction of which was mapped out by Lenin, has become a reality in the Soviet Union.

Soviet Union experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or USSR or Soviet Union was a socialist state of the whole people, expressing the will and interests of the workers, peasants, and intelligentsia, the working people of all the nations and nationalities of the country.

The aim of socialism is to meet the growing material and cultural requirements of the people ever more fully by continuously developing and improving social production.

In the USSR all people received full the social, economic, political and personal rights and freedoms, abolished unemployment and ensure full employment of the working population, annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest ,free all education from school to university, free health and medical care, free housing and apartments, libraries and many other.

In socialist USSR socialist state has been mass building state public free housing with comfort flats for working people and all Soviet people.

In socialist USSR all Soviet people received free public state housing in personal property which has been building a socialist state.

In socialist USSR all Soviet people received free public housing in personal property with low rents and low charges for utility services with total value of 5-10% average salary.

In 1950-1990 in socialist USSR Soviet people in cities free received in personal property from socialist state 67,164 million apartments overall square 2700 million sq. meters with total value of $2,7 trillion in market prices 2020 with low rents and low charges for utility services of 5-10% average salary.

Additionally in 1950-1990 in USSR in agricultural Soviet people free received in personal property from socialist state farming and collective farms housing overall square 562,9 million sq. meters with total value of $844,35 billion in market prices 2020. All in 1950-1990 in socialist USSR Soviet people in cities and agricultural free received in personal property from socialist state apartments and housing overall square 3263 million sq. meters with total value of $3,544 trillion in market prices 2020 with low rents and low charges for utility services of 5-10% average salary.

For example, only in Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, without the other 14 republics of the USSR, in 1970-1990 people received free housing overall square 1082,1 millions sq. meters of total value of $2,131446 trillions at 2020 prices, , which has been building a socialist state.

Only in 1990 in Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic people received free housing overall square 52,8 millions sq. meters of total value of $104,002 billion at 2020 prices, which has been building a socialist state.

All in 1950-1990 in socialist Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Soviet people in cities free received in personal property from socialist state 34,8 million apartments and flats overall square 1627 million sq. meters with total value of $1,767 trillion in market prices 2020 with low rents and low charges for utility services of 5-10% average salary.

All in 1950-1990 in socialist Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Soviet people in cities and agricultural free received in personal property from socialist state 37,1 million apartments and housing overall square 1705 million sq. meters with total value of $1,852 trillion in market prices 2020 with low rents and low charges for utility services of 5-10% average salary.

Socialist democracy includes both political freedoms-freedom of speech, of the press and of assembly, the right to elect and to be elected, and also social rights-the right to work,to rest and leisure, to free education and free medical services, to material security in old age and in case of illness or disability ; equality of citizens of all races and nationalities ; equal rights for women and men in all spheres of polit-ical, economic and cultural activity .

Socialist democracy, unlike bourgeois democracy, does not merely proclaim the rights of the people, but guarantees that they are really implemented .

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 40. Citizens of the USSR have the right to work (that is, to guaranteed employment and pay in accordance wit the quantity and quality of their work, and not below the state-established minimum), including the right to choose their trade or profession, type of job and work in accordance with their inclinations, abilities, training and education, with due account of the needs of society.

This right is ensured by the socialist economic system, steady growth of the productive forces, free vocational and professional training, improvement of skills, training in new trades or professions, and development of the systems of vocational guidance and job placement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mblXAQ8DPIU&t=11s

Article 42. Citizens of the USSR have the right to health protection. This right is ensured by free, qualified medical care provided by state health institutions; by extension of the network of therapeutic and health-building institutions; by the development and improvement of safety and hygiene in industry; by carrying out broad prophylactic measures; by measures to improve the environment; by special care for the health of the rising generation, including prohibition of child labour, excluding the work done by children as part of the school curriculum; and by developing research to prevent and reduce the incidence of disease and ensure citizens a long and active life.

https://youtu.be/1JwNpDrjk7M

Article 45. Citizens of the USSR have the right to education. This right is ensured by free provision of all forms of education, by the institution of universal, compulsory secondary education, and broad development of vocational, specialised secondary, and higher education, in which instruction is oriented toward practical activity and production; by the development of extramural, correspondence and evening courses, by the provision of state scholarships and grants and privileges for students; by the free issue of school textbooks; by the opportunity to attend a school where teaching is in the native language; and by the provision of facilities for self-education.

https://youtu.be/ZJPmzJD9EyM

Brutus Smithers
Brutus Smithers
7 months ago

⭐️⭐️⭐️TRUMP2024⭐️⭐️⭐️

Dulmorgoth
Dulmorgoth
7 months ago

"I'll walk with you", was probably his biggest and most consequential lie.

Vacheslav Petrov
Vacheslav Petrov
7 months ago

In 1950-1990 in socialist Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Soviet people in cities and agricultural free received in personal property from socialist state 37,1 million apartments and housing overall square 1,705 billion sq. meters with total value of $1,852 trillion in market prices 2020 with low rents and low charges for utility services of 5-10% average salary.

Constitution USSR, 1977.Article 44. Citizens of the USSR have the rights to housing. This right is ensured by the development and upkeep of state and socially-owned housing; by assistance for co-operative and individual house building; by fair distribution, under public control, of the housing that becomes available through fulfilment of the programme of building well-appointed dwellings, and by low rents and low charges for utility services. Citizens of the USSR shall take good care of the housing allocated to them.

https://youtu.be/cSLQ2dyHLA4

https://youtu.be/jfzRN9dkGEo

https://youtu.be/s5wUFKCx8rQ

1979

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwIgG4SHeT0&t=2s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZ7P8uNmz4M

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwDe4yGI4VM

1959

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mb9OllIZ5jI&t=2s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cri8pPMNw54

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vZMSSu1VDA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uyoq-D3871c

1977

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4wuk3v8Ruk&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB&index=14

1981

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNgV-cU0xmc&list=PLppGiPcYjQGoOUELh1AHsUsw2oWMT-ivB&index=12

Socialism, which Marx and Engels scientifically predicted as inevitable and the plan for the construction of which was mapped out by Lenin, has become a reality in the Soviet Union.

Soviet Union experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or USSR or Soviet Union was a socialist state of the whole people, expressing the will and interests of the workers, peasants, and intelligentsia, the working people of all the nations and nationalities of the country.

The aim of socialism is to meet the growing material and cultural requirements of the people ever more fully by continuously developing and improving social production.

In the USSR all people received full the social, economic, political and personal rights and freedoms, abolished unemployment and ensure full employment of the working population, annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest ,free all education from school to university, free health and medical care, free housing and apartments, libraries and many other.

In socialist USSR socialist state has been mass building state public free housing with comfort flats for working people and all Soviet people.

In socialist USSR all Soviet people received free public state housing in personal property which has been building a socialist state.

In socialist USSR all Soviet people received free public housing in personal property with low rents and low charges for utility services with total value of 5-10% average salary.

In 1950-1990 in socialist USSR Soviet people in cities free received in personal property from socialist state 67,164 million apartments overall square 2700 million sq. meters with total value of $2,7 trillion in market prices 2020 with low rents and low charges for utility services of 5-10% average salary.

Additionally in 1950-1990 in USSR in agricultural Soviet people free received in personal property from socialist state farming and collective farms housing overall square 562,9 million sq. meters with total value of $844,35 billion in market prices 2020. All in 1950-1990 in socialist USSR Soviet people in cities and agricultural free received in personal property from socialist state apartments and housing overall square 3263 million sq. meters with total value of $3,544 trillion in market prices 2020 with low rents and low charges for utility services of 5-10% average salary.

For example, only in Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, without the other 14 republics of the USSR, in 1970-1990 people received free housing overall square 1082,1 millions sq. meters of total value of $2,131446 trillions at 2020 prices, , which has been building a socialist state.

Only in 1990 in Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic people received free housing overall square 52,8 millions sq. meters of total value of $104,002 billion at 2020 prices, which has been building a socialist state.

All in 1950-1990 in socialist Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Soviet people in cities free received in personal property from socialist state 34,8 million apartments and flats overall square 1627 million sq. meters with total value of $1,767 trillion in market prices 2020 with low rents and low charges for utility services of 5-10% average salary.

All in 1950-1990 in socialist Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Soviet people in cities and agricultural free received in personal property from socialist state 37,1 million apartments and housing overall square 1705 million sq. meters with total value of $1,852 trillion in market prices 2020 with low rents and low charges for utility services of 5-10% average salary.

Socialist democracy includes both political freedoms-freedom of speech, of the press and of assembly, the right to elect and to be elected, and also social rights-the right to work,to rest and leisure, to free education and free medical services, to material security in old age and in case of illness or disability ; equality of citizens of all races and nationalities ; equal rights for women and men in all spheres of polit-ical, economic and cultural activity .

Socialist democracy, unlike bourgeois democracy, does not merely proclaim the rights of the people, but guarantees that they are really implemented .

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 40. Citizens of the USSR have the right to work (that is, to guaranteed employment and pay in accordance wit the quantity and quality of their work, and not below the state-established minimum), including the right to choose their trade or profession, type of job and work in accordance with their inclinations, abilities, training and education, with due account of the needs of society.

This right is ensured by the socialist economic system, steady growth of the productive forces, free vocational and professional training, improvement of skills, training in new trades or professions, and development of the systems of vocational guidance and job placement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mblXAQ8DPIU&t=11s

Article 42. Citizens of the USSR have the right to health protection. This right is ensured by free, qualified medical care provided by state health institutions; by extension of the network of therapeutic and health-building institutions; by the development and improvement of safety and hygiene in industry; by carrying out broad prophylactic measures; by measures to improve the environment; by special care for the health of the rising generation, including prohibition of child labour, excluding the work done by children as part of the school curriculum; and by developing research to prevent and reduce the incidence of disease and ensure citizens a long and active life.

https://youtu.be/1JwNpDrjk7M

Article 45. Citizens of the USSR have the right to education. This right is ensured by free provision of all forms of education, by the institution of universal, compulsory secondary education, and broad development of vocational, specialised secondary, and higher education, in which instruction is oriented toward practical activity and production; by the development of extramural, correspondence and evening courses, by the provision of state scholarships and grants and privileges for students; by the free issue of school textbooks; by the opportunity to attend a school where teaching is in the native language; and by the provision of facilities for self-education.

https://youtu.be/ZJPmzJD9EyM

sorry.
sorry.
7 months ago

Why does Trump enunciate like someone is sporadically pouring ice water down his back?

Tom Lakosh
Tom Lakosh
7 months ago

The IQ of voter fraud crew can't be over 80 because neither they nor their legislators challenged down ballot candidate elections with the same allegedly "fraudulent ballots" that elected Biden! It's amazing how they think a ballot is still valid for all the other candidates except Biden/Harris. A tampered ballot is invalid for all candidates you dimwits, but all your legislators knew this and they happily took their newly elected seat 'cause they knew the ballots weren't fraudulent despite telling you to stop the steal! They deliberately lied to you to get you to cough up half of your McDonalds paycheck and vote for them in the next election.

tricepsbrachii
tricepsbrachii
7 months ago

Trump, Trump… meanwhile the war in Afghanistan has been going on for 20 years with minimal coverage.

Vacheslav Petrov
Vacheslav Petrov
7 months ago

In the socialist USSR, the retirement age for all women was 55 years, and for all men it was 60 years and all pensioners (women over 55 years and men over 60 years) received collective farms and the state pensions in the amount of 30-50% of the average salary. In 1990 in the socialist USSR all 61,2 million pensioners (women over 55 years and men over 60 years) received collective farms and the state pensions in the amount of 30-50% of the average salary.

In the USSR all people received full the social, economic, political and personal rights and freedoms, abolished unemployment and ensure full employment of the working population, annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest ,free all education from school to university, free health and medical care, free housing and apartments, libraries and many other.

In the USSR all people received from collective farms and socialist state to maintenance in old age, in sickness, and in the event of complete or partial disability or loss of the breadwinner, social insurance of workers and other employees and collective farmers and the provision by the state or by collective farms of retirement pensions.

In the socialist USSR, the retirement age for all women was 55 years, and for all men it was 60 years.

In the socialist USSR, all pensioners (women over 55 years and men over 60 years) received collective farms and the state pensions in the amount of 30-50% of the average salary.

In 1990 in the socialist USSR all 61,2 million pensioners women over 55 years and men over 60 years) received collective farms and the state pensions in the amount of 30-50% of the average salary.

In 1990 in the socialist Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic all 33,8 pensioners (women over 55 years and men over 60 years) received collective farms and the state pensions in the amount of 30-50% of the average salary.

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 43. Citizens of the USSR have the right to maintenance in old age, in sickness, and in the event of complete or partial disability or loss of the breadwinner.The right is guaranteed by social insurance of workers and other employees and collective farmers; by allowances for temporary disability; by the provision by the state or by collective farms of retirement pensions, disability pensions, and pensions for loss of the breadwinner; by providing employment for the partially disabled; by care for the elderly and the disabled; and by other forms of social security.

Socialism, which Marx and Engels scientifically predicted as inevitable and the plan for the construction of which was mapped out by Lenin, has become a reality in the Soviet Union.

Soviet Union experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or USSR or Soviet Union was a socialist state of the whole people, expressing the will and interests of the workers, peasants, and intelligentsia, the working people of all the nations and nationalities of the country.

The aim of socialism is to meet the growing material and cultural requirements of the people ever more fully by continuously developing and improving social production.

In the USSR all people received full the social, economic, political and personal rights and freedoms, abolished unemployment and ensure full employment of the working population, annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest ,free all education from school to university, free health and medical care, free housing and apartments, libraries and many other.

Socialist democracy includes both political freedoms-freedom of speech, of the press and of assembly, the right to elect and to be elected, and also social rights-the right to work,to rest and leisure, to free education and free medical services, to material security in old age and in case of illness or disability ; equality of citizens of all races and nationalities ; equal rights for women and men in all spheres of polit-ical, economic and cultural activity .

Socialist democracy, unlike bourgeois democracy, does not merely proclaim the rights of the people, but guarantees that they are really implemented .

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 40. Citizens of the USSR have the right to work (that is, to guaranteed employment and pay in accordance wit the quantity and quality of their work, and not below the state-established minimum), including the right to choose their trade or profession, type of job and work in accordance with their inclinations, abilities, training and education, with due account of the needs of society.

This right is ensured by the socialist economic system, steady growth of the productive forces, free vocational and professional training, improvement of skills, training in new trades or professions, and development of the systems of vocational guidance and job placement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mblXAQ8DPIU&t=11s

Article 41. Citizens of the USSR have the right to rest and leisure. This right is ensured by the establishment of a working week not exceeding 41 hours, for workers and other employees, a shorter working day in a number of trades and industries, and shorter hours for night work; by the provision of paid annual holidays, weekly days of rest, extension of the network of cultural, educational, and health-building institutions, and the development on a mass scale of sport, physical culture, and camping and tourism; by the provision of neighborhood recreational facilities, and of other opportunities for rational use of free time.

https://youtu.be/E9pfmSloV40

Article 42. Citizens of the USSR have the right to health protection. This right is ensured by free, qualified medical care provided by state health institutions; by extension of the network of therapeutic and health-building institutions; by the development and improvement of safety and hygiene in industry; by carrying out broad prophylactic measures; by measures to improve the environment; by special care for the health of the rising generation, including prohibition of child labour, excluding the work done by children as part of the school curriculum; and by developing research to prevent and reduce the incidence of disease and ensure citizens a long and active life.

https://youtu.be/1JwNpDrjk7M

Article 44. Citizens of the USSR have the rights to housing. This right is ensured by the development and upkeep of state and socially-owned housing; by assistance for co-operative and individual house building; by fair distribution, under public control, of the housing that becomes available through fulfilment of the programme of building well-appointed dwellings, and by low rents and low charges for utility services. Citizens of the USSR shall take good care of the housing allocated to them.

https://youtu.be/cSLQ2dyHLA4

Article 45. Citizens of the USSR have the right to education. This right is ensured by free provision of all forms of education, by the institution of universal, compulsory secondary education, and broad development of vocational, specialised secondary, and higher education, in which instruction is oriented toward practical activity and production; by the development of extramural, correspondence and evening courses, by the provision of state scholarships and grants and privileges for students; by the free issue of school textbooks; by the opportunity to attend a school where teaching is in the native language; and by the provision of facilities for self-education.

https://youtu.be/ZJPmzJD9EyM

Article 46. Citizens of the USSR have the right to enjoy cultural benefits. This rights is ensured by broad access to the cultural treasures of their own land and of the world that are preserved in state and other public collections; by the development and fair distribution of cultural and educational institutions throughout the country; by developing television and radio broadcasting and the publishing of books, newspapers and periodicals, and by extending the free library service; and by expanding cultural exchanges with other countries.

https://youtu.be/UPtX9EbekUA

Article 26. In accordance with society's needs, the state provides for planned development of science and the training of scientific personnel and organises introduction of the results of research in the economy and other spheres of life.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e39p9G_KJk4&t=5s

Article 27. The state concerns itself with protecting, augmenting and making extensive use of society's cultural wealth for the moral and aesthetic education of the Soviet people, for raising their cultural level.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUh1VKm1kvQ&t=65s

Vacheslav Petrov
Vacheslav Petrov
7 months ago

Article 43. Citizens of the USSR have the right to maintenance in old age, in sickness, and in the event of complete or partial disability or loss of the breadwinner.The right is guaranteed by social insurance of workers and other employees and collective farmers; by allowances for temporary disability; by the provision by the state or by collective farms of retirement pensions, disability pensions, and pensions for loss of the breadwinner; by providing employment for the partially disabled; by care for the elderly and the disabled; and by other forms of social security.

In the USSR all people received full the social, economic, political and personal rights and freedoms, abolished unemployment and ensure full employment of the working population, annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest ,free all education from school to university, free health and medical care, free housing and apartments, libraries and many other.

In the USSR all people received from collective farms and socialist state to maintenance in old age, in sickness, and in the event of complete or partial disability or loss of the breadwinner, social insurance of workers and other employees and collective farmers and the provision by the state or by collective farms of retirement pensions.

In the socialist USSR, the retirement age for all women was 55 years, and for all men it was 60 years.

In the socialist USSR, all pensioners (women over 55 years and men over 60 years) received collective farms and the state pensions in the amount of 30-50% of the average salary.

In 1990 in the socialist USSR all 61,2 million pensioners women over 55 years and men over 60 years) received collective farms and the state pensions in the amount of 30-50% of the average salary.

In 1990 in the socialist Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic all 33,8 pensioners (women over 55 years and men over 60 years) received collective farms and the state pensions in the amount of 30-50% of the average salary.

Socialism, which Marx and Engels scientifically predicted as inevitable and the plan for the construction of which was mapped out by Lenin, has become a reality in the Soviet Union.

Soviet Union experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or USSR or Soviet Union was a socialist state of the whole people, expressing the will and interests of the workers, peasants, and intelligentsia, the working people of all the nations and nationalities of the country.

The aim of socialism is to meet the growing material and cultural requirements of the people ever more fully by continuously developing and improving social production.

Socialist democracy includes both political freedoms-freedom of speech, of the press and of assembly, the right to elect and to be elected, and also social rights-the right to work,to rest and leisure, to free education and free medical services, to material security in old age and in case of illness or disability ; equality of citizens of all races and nationalities ; equal rights for women and men in all spheres of polit-ical, economic and cultural activity .

Socialist democracy, unlike bourgeois democracy, does not merely proclaim the rights of the people, but guarantees that they are really implemented .

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 40. Citizens of the USSR have the right to work (that is, to guaranteed employment and pay in accordance wit the quantity and quality of their work, and not below the state-established minimum), including the right to choose their trade or profession, type of job and work in accordance with their inclinations, abilities, training and education, with due account of the needs of society.

This right is ensured by the socialist economic system, steady growth of the productive forces, free vocational and professional training, improvement of skills, training in new trades or professions, and development of the systems of vocational guidance and job placement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mblXAQ8DPIU&t=11s

Article 41. Citizens of the USSR have the right to rest and leisure. This right is ensured by the establishment of a working week not exceeding 41 hours, for workers and other employees, a shorter working day in a number of trades and industries, and shorter hours for night work; by the provision of paid annual holidays, weekly days of rest, extension of the network of cultural, educational, and health-building institutions, and the development on a mass scale of sport, physical culture, and camping and tourism; by the provision of neighborhood recreational facilities, and of other opportunities for rational use of free time.

https://youtu.be/E9pfmSloV40

Article 42. Citizens of the USSR have the right to health protection. This right is ensured by free, qualified medical care provided by state health institutions; by extension of the network of therapeutic and health-building institutions; by the development and improvement of safety and hygiene in industry; by carrying out broad prophylactic measures; by measures to improve the environment; by special care for the health of the rising generation, including prohibition of child labour, excluding the work done by children as part of the school curriculum; and by developing research to prevent and reduce the incidence of disease and ensure citizens a long and active life.

https://youtu.be/1JwNpDrjk7M

Article 44. Citizens of the USSR have the rights to housing. This right is ensured by the development and upkeep of state and socially-owned housing; by assistance for co-operative and individual house building; by fair distribution, under public control, of the housing that becomes available through fulfilment of the programme of building well-appointed dwellings, and by low rents and low charges for utility services. Citizens of the USSR shall take good care of the housing allocated to them.

https://youtu.be/cSLQ2dyHLA4

Article 45. Citizens of the USSR have the right to education. This right is ensured by free provision of all forms of education, by the institution of universal, compulsory secondary education, and broad development of vocational, specialised secondary, and higher education, in which instruction is oriented toward practical activity and production; by the development of extramural, correspondence and evening courses, by the provision of state scholarships and grants and privileges for students; by the free issue of school textbooks; by the opportunity to attend a school where teaching is in the native language; and by the provision of facilities for self-education.

https://youtu.be/ZJPmzJD9EyM

Article 46. Citizens of the USSR have the right to enjoy cultural benefits. This rights is ensured by broad access to the cultural treasures of their own land and of the world that are preserved in state and other public collections; by the development and fair distribution of cultural and educational institutions throughout the country; by developing television and radio broadcasting and the publishing of books, newspapers and periodicals, and by extending the free library service; and by expanding cultural exchanges with other countries.

https://youtu.be/UPtX9EbekUA

Article 26. In accordance with society's needs, the state provides for planned development of science and the training of scientific personnel and organises introduction of the results of research in the economy and other spheres of life.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e39p9G_KJk4&t=5s

Article 27. The state concerns itself with protecting, augmenting and making extensive use of society's cultural wealth for the moral and aesthetic education of the Soviet people, for raising their cultural level.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUh1VKm1kvQ&t=65s

Stan Jones
Stan Jones
7 months ago

Fuck face how you fixed for Caramel Harris laughing about Burn Loot Murder in 146 cities she us criminally liable for 89 deaths and $1,000,000,000 damage and burning a federal building and police station she caused law enforcement deaths. All rioters should have been machine gunned on streets after 4:00 pm like in Baltimore 1968 riots.

taxiuniversum
taxiuniversum
7 months ago

I as a German can only second what Tapper is saying. In 1923, Hitler tried to overthrow the government. The coup-attempt was thwarted – but the courts coddled Hitler. The rest is history.
America: Don’t make that same mistake.

Lilli pod
Lilli pod
7 months ago

Who is he to warn people?

Vacheslav Petrov
Vacheslav Petrov
7 months ago

In 1990 in the socialist Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic all 33,8 pensioners (women over 55 years and men over 60 years) received collective farms and the state pensions in the amount of 30-50% of the average salary.

Article 43. Citizens of the USSR have the right to maintenance in old age, in sickness, and in the event of complete or partial disability or loss of the breadwinner.The right is guaranteed by social insurance of workers and other employees and collective farmers; by allowances for temporary disability; by the provision by the state or by collective farms of retirement pensions, disability pensions, and pensions for loss of the breadwinner; by providing employment for the partially disabled; by care for the elderly and the disabled; and by other forms of social security.

In the USSR all people received full the social, economic, political and personal rights and freedoms, abolished unemployment and ensure full employment of the working population, annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest ,free all education from school to university, free health and medical care, free housing and apartments, libraries and many other.

In the USSR all people received from collective farms and socialist state to maintenance in old age, in sickness, and in the event of complete or partial disability or loss of the breadwinner, social insurance of workers and other employees and collective farmers and the provision by the state or by collective farms of retirement pensions.

In the socialist USSR, the retirement age for all women was 55 years, and for all men it was 60 years.

In the socialist USSR, all pensioners (women over 55 years and men over 60 years) received collective farms and the state pensions in the amount of 30-50% of the average salary.

In 1990 in the socialist USSR all 61,2 million pensioners women over 55 years and men over 60 years) received collective farms and the state pensions in the amount of 30-50% of the average salary.

In 1990 in the socialist Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic all 33,8 pensioners (women over 55 years and men over 60 years) received collective farms and the state pensions in the amount of 30-50% of the average salary.

Socialism, which Marx and Engels scientifically predicted as inevitable and the plan for the construction of which was mapped out by Lenin, has become a reality in the Soviet Union.

Soviet Union experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or USSR or Soviet Union was a socialist state of the whole people, expressing the will and interests of the workers, peasants, and intelligentsia, the working people of all the nations and nationalities of the country.

The aim of socialism is to meet the growing material and cultural requirements of the people ever more fully by continuously developing and improving social production.

Socialist democracy includes both political freedoms-freedom of speech, of the press and of assembly, the right to elect and to be elected, and also social rights-the right to work,to rest and leisure, to free education and free medical services, to material security in old age and in case of illness or disability ; equality of citizens of all races and nationalities ; equal rights for women and men in all spheres of polit-ical, economic and cultural activity .

Socialist democracy, unlike bourgeois democracy, does not merely proclaim the rights of the people, but guarantees that they are really implemented .

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 40. Citizens of the USSR have the right to work (that is, to guaranteed employment and pay in accordance wit the quantity and quality of their work, and not below the state-established minimum), including the right to choose their trade or profession, type of job and work in accordance with their inclinations, abilities, training and education, with due account of the needs of society.

This right is ensured by the socialist economic system, steady growth of the productive forces, free vocational and professional training, improvement of skills, training in new trades or professions, and development of the systems of vocational guidance and job placement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mblXAQ8DPIU&t=11s

Article 41. Citizens of the USSR have the right to rest and leisure. This right is ensured by the establishment of a working week not exceeding 41 hours, for workers and other employees, a shorter working day in a number of trades and industries, and shorter hours for night work; by the provision of paid annual holidays, weekly days of rest, extension of the network of cultural, educational, and health-building institutions, and the development on a mass scale of sport, physical culture, and camping and tourism; by the provision of neighborhood recreational facilities, and of other opportunities for rational use of free time.

https://youtu.be/E9pfmSloV40

Article 42. Citizens of the USSR have the right to health protection. This right is ensured by free, qualified medical care provided by state health institutions; by extension of the network of therapeutic and health-building institutions; by the development and improvement of safety and hygiene in industry; by carrying out broad prophylactic measures; by measures to improve the environment; by special care for the health of the rising generation, including prohibition of child labour, excluding the work done by children as part of the school curriculum; and by developing research to prevent and reduce the incidence of disease and ensure citizens a long and active life.

https://youtu.be/1JwNpDrjk7M

Article 44. Citizens of the USSR have the rights to housing. This right is ensured by the development and upkeep of state and socially-owned housing; by assistance for co-operative and individual house building; by fair distribution, under public control, of the housing that becomes available through fulfilment of the programme of building well-appointed dwellings, and by low rents and low charges for utility services. Citizens of the USSR shall take good care of the housing allocated to them.

https://youtu.be/cSLQ2dyHLA4

Article 45. Citizens of the USSR have the right to education. This right is ensured by free provision of all forms of education, by the institution of universal, compulsory secondary education, and broad development of vocational, specialised secondary, and higher education, in which instruction is oriented toward practical activity and production; by the development of extramural, correspondence and evening courses, by the provision of state scholarships and grants and privileges for students; by the free issue of school textbooks; by the opportunity to attend a school where teaching is in the native language; and by the provision of facilities for self-education.

https://youtu.be/ZJPmzJD9EyM

Article 46. Citizens of the USSR have the right to enjoy cultural benefits. This rights is ensured by broad access to the cultural treasures of their own land and of the world that are preserved in state and other public collections; by the development and fair distribution of cultural and educational institutions throughout the country; by developing television and radio broadcasting and the publishing of books, newspapers and periodicals, and by extending the free library service; and by expanding cultural exchanges with other countries.

https://youtu.be/UPtX9EbekUA

Article 26. In accordance with society's needs, the state provides for planned development of science and the training of scientific personnel and organises introduction of the results of research in the economy and other spheres of life.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e39p9G_KJk4&t=5s

Article 27. The state concerns itself with protecting, augmenting and making extensive use of society's cultural wealth for the moral and aesthetic education of the Soviet people, for raising their cultural level.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUh1VKm1kvQ&t=65s

Darmok Lives
Darmok Lives
7 months ago

Tax the stupid out of them.

Jay Hocker
Jay Hocker
7 months ago

Jake Tapper issuing a warning is something I have no interest in. How about some news?

Vacheslav Petrov
Vacheslav Petrov
7 months ago

To build socialism it was necessary to raise the cultural level of the people in USSR ; this too was successfully accomplished . The country, the bulk of whose population had been illiterate, made breath-taking progress in science and culture. In 1990 in the socialist USSR of 132 million Soviet people were readers in 133,1 thousands free state libraries.

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 46. Citizens of the USSR have the right to enjoy cultural benefits. This rights is ensured by broad access to the cultural treasures of their own land and of the world that are preserved in state and other public collections; by the development and fair distribution of cultural and educational institutions throughout the country; by developing television and radio broadcasting and the publishing of books, newspapers and periodicals, and by extending the free library service; and by expanding cultural exchanges with other countries.

Article 27. The state concerns itself with protecting, augmenting and making extensive use of society's cultural wealth for the moral and aesthetic education of the Soviet people, for raising their cultural level.

https://youtu.be/UPtX9EbekUA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUh1VKm1kvQ&t=65s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zBh4pVmY5U&t=11s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jm9bvF_35nM&t=19s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgYM-qDy8io

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9FXMroD10g&t=6s

Socialism, which Marx and Engels scientifically predicted as inevitable and the plan for the construction of which was mapped out by Lenin, has become a reality in the Soviet Union.

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or USSR or Soviet Union was a socialist state of the whole people, expressing the will and interests of the workers, peasants, and intelligentsia, the working people of all the nations and nationalities of the country.

The aim of socialism is to meet the growing material and cultural requirements of the people ever more fully by continuously developing and improving social production.

In the USSR all people received full the social, economic, political and personal rights and freedoms, abolished unemployment and ensure full employment of the working population, annual paid holiday duration 24 working days or 31 calendar days and weekly days of rest ,free all education from school to university, free health and medical care, free housing and apartments, libraries and many other.

Under the leadership of Lenin worked out a plan for the radical transformation of the country, for the construction of socialism. On the basis of a thorough scientific analysis, Lenin elaborated the policy of the proletarian state for the entire period of transition from capitalism to socialism .

The main elements of the Lenin plan for the building of a socialist society were industrialisation of the country, agricultural co-operation, and the cultural revolution .

To build socialism it was necessary to raise the cultural level of the people in USSR ; this too was successfully accomplished .

A cultural revolution was carried out in the country .

It freed the working people from spiritual slavery and ignorance and gave them access to the cultural values accumulated by mankind.

The country, the bulk of whose population had been illiterate, made breath-taking progress in science and culture.

7250 Soviet art films for cinemas and additionally all of television art films created in the socialist USSR or The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in 1930-1991.

Already in 1967 in USSR of 71,4 million Soviet people were readers in 123,4 thousands free state libraries.

In 1990 in the socialist USSR of 132 million Soviet people were readers in 133,1 thousands free state libraries.

In 1990 in the socialist Russia were 62,6 thousands free state libraries with of 71,9 million readers Soviet people.

Soviet people enjoyed the best achievements of European and world culture.

Already in 1967 in Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, without the other 14 republics of the USSR, were of 532 Soviet state theaters.

Already in 1967 in USSR of Soviet children free engaged in mugs and sections of state 129,1 thousands club institutions.

Already in 1967 in USSR of Soviet children free engaged in state 4848 Palace of Pioneers for children and learner.

Already in 1967 in Soviet Russia or Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, without the other 14 republics of the USSR, were of 532 Soviet state theaters. Already in 1967 in USSR of Soviet children and learner free engaged in mugs and sections of 129,1 thousands state club institutions and in 4848 state Palace of Pioneers .

Soviet Union experience has shown that socialism alone can put an end to the exploitation of man by man, production anarchy, economic crises, unemployment and the poverty of the people, and ensure planned, continuous and rapid development of the economy and steady improvement of the people's standard of living .

Socialist democracy includes both political freedoms-freedom of speech, of the press and of assembly, the right to elect and to be elected, and also social rights-the right to work,to rest and leisure, to free education and free medical services, to material security in old age and in case of illness or disability ; equality of citizens of all races and nationalities ; equal rights for women and men in all spheres of polit-ical, economic and cultural activity .

Socialist democracy, unlike bourgeois democracy, does not merely proclaim the rights of the people, but guarantees that they are really implemented .

Constitution USSR, 1977

Article 40. Citizens of the USSR have the right to work (that is, to guaranteed employment and pay in accordance wit the quantity and quality of their work, and not below the state-established minimum), including the right to choose their trade or profession, type of job and work in accordance with their inclinations, abilities, training and education, with due account of the needs of society.

This right is ensured by the socialist economic system, steady growth of the productive forces, free vocational and professional training, improvement of skills, training in new trades or professions, and development of the systems of vocational guidance and job placement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mblXAQ8DPIU&t=11s

Article 41. Citizens of the USSR have the right to rest and leisure. This right is ensured by the establishment of a working week not exceeding 41 hours, for workers and other employees, a shorter working day in a number of trades and industries, and shorter hours for night work; by the provision of paid annual holidays, weekly days of rest, extension of the network of cultural, educational, and health-building institutions, and the development on a mass scale of sport, physical culture, and camping and tourism; by the provision of neighborhood recreational facilities, and of other opportunities for rational use of free time.

https://youtu.be/E9pfmSloV40

Article 42. Citizens of the USSR have the right to health protection. This right is ensured by free, qualified medical care provided by state health institutions; by extension of the network of therapeutic and health-building institutions; by the development and improvement of safety and hygiene in industry; by carrying out broad prophylactic measures; by measures to improve the environment; by special care for the health of the rising generation, including prohibition of child labour, excluding the work done by children as part of the school curriculum; and by developing research to prevent and reduce the incidence of disease and ensure citizens a long and active life.

https://youtu.be/1JwNpDrjk7M

Article 43. Citizens of the USSR have the right to maintenance in old age, in sickness, and in the event of complete or partial disability or loss of the breadwinner.The right is guaranteed by social insurance of workers and other employees and collective farmers; by allowances for temporary disability; by the provision by the state or by collective farms of retirement pensions, disability pensions, and pensions for loss of the breadwinner; by providing employment for the partially disabled; by care for the elderly and the disabled; and by other forms of social security.

Article 44. Citizens of the USSR have the rights to housing. This right is ensured by the development and upkeep of state and socially-owned housing; by assistance for co-operative and individual house building; by fair distribution, under public control, of the housing that becomes available through fulfilment of the programme of building well-appointed dwellings, and by low rents and low charges for utility services. Citizens of the USSR shall take good care of the housing allocated to them.

https://youtu.be/cSLQ2dyHLA4

Article 45. Citizens of the USSR have the right to education. This right is ensured by free provision of all forms of education, by the institution of universal, compulsory secondary education, and broad development of vocational, specialised secondary, and higher education, in which instruction is oriented toward practical activity and production; by the development of extramural, correspondence and evening courses, by the provision of state scholarships and grants and privileges for students; by the free issue of school textbooks; by the opportunity to attend a school where teaching is in the native language; and by the provision of facilities for self-education.

https://youtu.be/ZJPmzJD9EyM

Article 26. In accordance with society's needs, the state provides for planned development of science and the training of scientific personnel and organises introduction of the results of research in the economy and other spheres of life.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e39p9G_KJk4&t=5s

Wende
Wende
7 months ago

Why do we have to keep saying…allegedly, they're right there for the entire world to see.

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