On December 8, 1991 in Bialowieza Forest the agreement which put an end to the grandiose project of creation of the first-ever state built on the principles of humanity, social justice, solidarity, equality, an internationalism and friendship of the people – the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was signed. Calling themselves "democrats", formal grave-diggers of the USSR ignored a sacred will of the multinational Soviet people which openly voted for preserving the Union State on a referendum on March 17, 1991.
"the Belovezhsky sentence" summed up the result of long-term ideological, economic, military struggle which the capitalist countries conducted against the USSR, and also open treachery of a top of that time of the CPSU and, first of all, Gorbachev. Not for nothing his name, along with names of participants of "the belovezhsky three" already a quarter of the century are the most damned in the former Soviet Union. And at the heart of this dominating attitude towards the people who buried the Soviet Union, not so much rage, how many pain of irreplaceable loss.
It was truly the great country. The country which on a shoulder was any tasks of global scale.
The liquidation of total illiteracy, unprecedented industrial breakthrough, victory over fascism and liberation of Europe from this absolute evil, break in Space which changed the world discoveries, outstanding cultural achievements, sports records. But the main thing is that in the USSR the first-ever harmonious fair society without operation was constructed; society of equal opportunities with with a quality free general education and health care, high degree of availability of cultural values; society in which work was not the privilege, but a natural reality and conscious need; the society oriented to universal moral values and ideals; society in which there was an authentic cult of science and culture. Till today of it any country of the world didn't manage to repeat.
The collapse of the USSR became the greatest tragedy for tens of millions of people. Number of direct loss of human life of this destructive process many times exceed the exaggerated, strongly exaggerated figures of victims of notorious "totalitarian regime". People perished and continue to perish in armed conflicts, for hunger and cold, rise in crime, a despair and a hopelessness. The account goes on millions. And how many from those who managed to survive for the last 25 years never felt happy?! It is about tens of millions of people.
It is enough to look at our Moldova which of the blossoming garden of the Soviet Union as it it is proved called, of dynamically developing region, turned into the scorched earth. Decollectivisation, the deindustrialization which was followed by shameless theft of assets of the high-technology state entities generated not only mass unemployment, but also disqualification of specialists, sharp decrease in general level of education, a population outcome from the country. Revival most