Tomb-digger Boris Yeltsin, hands
off Lenin mausoleum!
Under false pretests, deprived of any historical,
legal and moral ground, the question of over-burial Lenin's is being
aroused again. Tomb-digger Boris Yeltsin, who has, once giddily demolished
the Ipatiev-hous, keeps demonstrating his full contempt of laws and
But now he is possessed by the struggle against the inheritance of the
Communist Party, the only fault of which was the lack of dexterity on
timely saving itself from such good-for-nothing persons like Gorbachev-Yeltsin.
Even the present Constitution gives no right for insulting the memory
The decision to build the Mausoleum was taken on 26 February, 1924 by
the Supreme Organ of the Power of the People - the II All-union Meeting
of the Soviets; and thus was expressed the will of all peoples of the
By the decision of the XIV Session of the UNESCO Committee on the World's
Heritage, which took part of the unique Red
Square Ensemble, was enlisted as world-wide and natural heritage,
and taken under protection of the UNESCO.
The article 44 of the Russian Constitution demands preserving and taking
care of historic and cultural monuments.
Besides, there is an article in the Criminal Codex of the RF foreseeing
imprisonment for demolition or damaging of historical and cultural monuments.
It is self-evident that all these arguments cannot be understood by
tomb-diggers of Russia, whose actions: distraction of the USSR, shooting
of the defenders of the Constitution in 1993, introduction of practically,
unpaid for slave labor in Russia, are lawless.
But the so-called democratic public, if it has not yet finally lost
sense and consciousness, should think about what moral savagery they
have been led by their champions of all-human values.
V.I.Lenin, the founder
of the Soviet State, great politician, revolutionary and philosopher,
has been acknowledged throughout the World as the great personality
of the XX century.
It is the duty of all conscious countrymen, all civilized people
in other parts of the World to support actively the protest against
the possible vandalism.