For social justice! For a worthy life!” – says one of the slogans of the communists. It is the Communist Party that represents from a young age Olga Nosenko, to be more precise, since 1986. Many of our readers at that time still walked under the table. Associates himself with the communists and Vitaly Matviychuk.
Our material today is about him and about them – about communism and the communists. And most importantly – about the coincidence of goals and interests.
Let’s start with the match. What is communism anyway? In short, it is an ideology in which the social system is based on the principles of equality and justice. In this society, there are no poor and rich, any work is equally valuable and aimed at the benefit of society.
There is no private property. There is no competition. Nationalization. Standards. Plans. Everything is common and free, but labor (often hard) is obligatory. In general, roughly speaking, communism is the antipode of capitalism that exists today. This is standardization and leveling, which have pros and cons, but ideally should lead to the happiness of the whole society.
We remember a serious attempt to create that very happy ideal society from the USSR, it was precisely this ideology that the great (and sometimes terrible) state adhered to. Much has been achieved then, but the ideal has not been reached. Although a utopia is a utopia.
From there, the slogan familiar from childhood:
We will not evaluate the methods used by the communists of the past to achieve an ideal society and will not undertake to comment on the idea of communism as such.
But we will be happy to analyze the activities of the members of the Communist Party for their correspondence to the ideals of Karl Marx and Vladimir Ilyich Lenin. Let’s start with Olga Nosenko, one of the few truly loyal communists in our time. Let not de facto, but at least de jure. The majority cannot boast of this. She joined the party at the age of 27, which means that for more than thirty years lady in (with) red has been advocating for equality and justice in our stratified society.
Although not always. And to be more precise, on holidays. Party, of course, to match. And on weekdays, Olga Nikolaevna does not like to dress in red. Either he openly supports the capitalists, or he speaks out against the former communist governor Levchenko, or he dresses in luxury goods.
Recently, for example, an interesting video appeared, where Ms. Nosenko is asked uncomfortable questions about the salary and the cost of wardrobe items. Denis Bukalov and his team walked through the expensive “things” of the communist Nosenko, indicating the price of handbags and scarves.
And we share this interest. We are also curious how Ilyich’s precepts about equality and justice correlate with accessories from fashion houses Prada, Dior, Chanel, Lou Vuitton, which cost more than the annual pension of an average worker in the Irkutsk region or a pensioner.
Recall, by the way, that Mrs. Nosenko (otherwise I can’t even name it when she wears Lou Vuitton) is a member of the Ethics Committee in the Legislative Assembly of the Irkutsk Region. Although strictly speaking, this committee does not deal with such issues, but members must have some kind of moral and ethical qualities in order to be taken there?
The second hero of our publication is a deputy no longer of the regional parliament, but of the City Duma Vitaly Matviychuk. The former chairman of the Communist Party faction is a constant and faithful companion of Olga Nosenko at various events.
Vitaly Matviychuk, who does not know, is a well-known moneylender in Irkutsk, a beneficiary of the State Department microcredit organizations. These urgent loans very accurately and clearly reflect the essence of Deputy Matviychuk – disguised as a reliable and safe state structure (in the title), they increase their profits. That is, they use someone else’s image to achieve commercial goals.
Matviychuk himself was ridiculed for a long time because of his posturing and imaginary modesty – confessing his love for the new Leninist pasiks, he continued to ride his Infinity. Recently, there are no photos from the bus in his social networks, apparently, someone smarter suggested that it was too stupid to burn like that. Especially considering his attraction to communism.
So what unites the two deputies – Olga Nosenko and Vitaly Matviychuk – and the ideas of communism? Equality of all before all? There is no such thing. Justice? Tell a worker about it after a 12-hour shift, a doctor after duty, or a teacher with a pile of notebooks to check, who are watching him in the car from the window of Matviychuk’s “favorite pazik”. Perhaps socialism unites? If we take his principle “from each according to his abilities, to each according to his work”, then it is even difficult to say what is the most striking anti-example. At the same time, Nosenko does not even hide her love for expensive brands, her social networks abound with photos (most likely, of course, there is only a small part of it). But Comrade Matviychuk is acting smarter – he has modest, even ascetic photos on social networks. But this does not change the above.
It turns out that none of these people has anything to do with communism. And if Matviychuk has an excuse, because he is officially non-partisan, then there are already much more questions for Olga Nosenko. Maybe it’s time for the party to say: “We must!”? So that Nosenko already answers “Yes!”.