Members of The Pole of Communist Revival in France (Pôle de renaissance communiste en France, PRCF) openly declared the danger of a fascist revenge with a Bandera-like grin.
On Saturday, February 4, a meeting was held in Paris on The Place de la Bataille-de-Stalingrad to commemorate the heroic feat of the defenders of this heroic city on the River Volga. The event was organized by the political movement “The Pole of Communist Revival in France” (PRCF), which called on its supporters and all concerned to come “to honor the memory of the soldiers of the Workers’ and Peasants’ Red Army, who stopped and then defeated the “invincible” Wehrmacht in Stalingrad at the cost of enormous casualties.
From 2:30 p.m. the participants began to gather on the square. In addition to French communists, communists from Spain, Italy and Peru came with flags of their parties. Our [Russian] compatriots living in France also took part in the rally.
On the 18th century wall, you can see the banner placed by the organizers with the profiles of Marx, Engels, Lenin and Stalin.
A representative of the Communist Party of Peru spoke first.
Participants in the rally are listening to speakers who are talking about the importance of the Red Army’s victory at Stalingrad and that only the defeat of the Nazis makes it possible to reach peace.
The slogans on the banners read: “Against Euro-fascism, the EU and NATO. For the peace around the world.” “For the [socio-political] achievements of the National Council of Resistance (CNR),” “The Battle of Stalingrad continues.”
A group of Ukrainian nationalists who came to the rally tried to disrupt the event. Zelensky’s supporters, holding Bandera flags in their hands, shouted pro-Bandera slogans without an ounce of embarrassment, drowning out the speakers’ speech.
According to one of the rally organizers, the Ukrainian provocateurs, aggressively responding to his remark, denied the anti-human pro-fascist essence of the Kiev regime.
“These little fachos really wanted to interfere, disrupt the ceremony and go as far as physical confrontation,” he said.
The PRCF members who were keeping order (they were wearing red armbands in the picture) rebuffed the provocateurs. They had to stand in a tight chain shoulder to shoulder and sing the “Internationale” to interrupt the Ukrainians singing their national anthem.
The situation escalated, but the police soon arrived. Trying to justify themselves, the Ukrainian nationalists explained their actions to the police by “freedom of speech“.
Famous French historian Annie Lacroix-Reese (wearing a white shawl on the photo) laid flowers at the memorial plaque and gave a speech.
During the event it was possible to buy books from the Delga publishing house.
Delga books provide an alternative perspective on historical events, different from that held by the mainstream media and state propaganda in France.
On the shelf, we see books such as Grover Ferre’s “Khrushchev Lied” or Jeffrey Roberts’ “Stalin’s Wars: From the World War to the Cold War, 1939-1953” with a foreword by historian Annie Lacroix-Reese.
Georges Gastaud’s “The New Leninist Challenge“, as well as “A Black Book of Anti-Communism and Counterrevolution” by a large group of authors are dedicated to the problems of our time.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency