Thirdly. In an editorial, "War Bulletin" contains other erroneous wording of which could not be said in the newspaper as a public gazette. For example, the magazine writes that Germany's attack "could not be regarded as sudden for the country's leadership." But we all know that the country's leadership, we owned the whole party and its Central Committee. Adoption of the magazine, it's senior management has been concentrated in the hands of Stalin, did not save the situation. The magazine has a cult of personality, and at the same time, there is an effort on the Party and its Central Committee, on the government, which embodies the country's top leadership. And what does this mean in practice? This means in the eyes of the people to sow distrust of the leadership of the Party, the government, undermine their authority, to belittle the role of the Party in the preparation of the country to resist the fascist aggressors.
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