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Resolution of the Council of People's Commissars of the Ukrainaian Soviet Socialist Republic and the Central Committee of the Communist Party (Bolshevik) of Ukraine on Blacklisting Villages That Mailiciously Sabotage the Collection of Grain

Resolution of the Council of People's Commissars of the Ukrainaian Soviet Socialist Republic and the Central Committee of the Communist Party (Bolshevik) of Ukraine on Blacklisting Villages That Mailiciously Sabotage the Collection of Grain

Addendum to the minutes of Politburo [meeting] No. 93.

In view of the shameful collapse of grain collection in the more remote regions of Ukraine, the Council of People's Commissars and the Central Committee call upon the oblast executive committees and the oblast [party] committees as well as the raion executive committees and the raion [party] committees: to break up the sabotage of grain collection, which has been organized by kulak and counterrevolutionary elements; to liquidate the resistance of some of the rural communists, who in fact have become the leaders of the sabotage; to eliminate the passivity and complacency toward the saboteurs, incompatible with being a party member; and to ensure, with maximum speed, full and absolute compliance with the plan for grain collection.

The Council of People's Commissars and the Central Committee resolve:

To place the following villages on the black list for overt disruption of the grain collection plan and for malicious sabotage, organized by kulak and counter-revolutionary elements:

1. village of Verbka in Pavlograd raion, Dnepropetrovsk oblast.

5. village of Sviatotroitskoe in Troitsk raion, Odessa oblast.

6. village of Peski in Bashtan raion, Odessa oblast.

The following measures should be undertaken with respect to these villages:

1. Immediate cessation of delivery of goods, complete suspension of cooperative and state trade in the villages, and removal of all available goods from cooperative and state stores.

2. Full prohibition of collective farm trade for both collective farms and collective farmers, and for private farmers.

3. Cessation of any sort of credit and demand for early repayment of credit and other financial obligations.

4. Investigation and purge of all sorts of foreign and hostile elements from cooperative and state institutions, to be carried out by organs of the Workers and Peasants Inspectorate.

5. Investigation and purge of collective farms in these villages, with removal of counterrevolutionary elements and organizers of grain collection disruption.

The Council of People's Commissars and the Central Committee call upon all collective and private farmers who are honest and dedicated to Soviet rule to organize all their efforts for a merciless struggle against kulaks and their accomplices in order to: defeat in their villages the kulak sabotage of grain collection; fulfill honestly and conscientiously their grain collection obligations to the Soviet authorities; and strengthen collective farms.

CHAIRMAN OF THE COUNCIL OF
PEOPLE'S COMMISSARS OF THE
UKRAINIAN SOVIET SOCIALIST
REPUBLIC – V. CHUBAR'.
SECRETARY OF THE CENTRAL
COMMITTEE OF THE COMMUNIST
PARTY (BOLSHEVIK) OF UKRAINE – S.
KOSIOR.

6 December 1932.

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