I hate the Communist Party chapter 30
It was such a relaxing time. It was still early March for the weather to clear up, but it seemed that spring had come to Winter Palace a little earlier at this time.
As usual, waiting for me to sit at my office desk to work in the morning was a daunting challenge.
It was my younger brother Mikhail Alexandrovich who dared to challenge the prince of the Great Russian Empire to an irreverent challenge.
The paper on the desk itself was about three pages long, but to summarize it was simple.
‘Catch me somewhere in this palace. If I can solve the problems I have prepared.’
Although he was a younger brother in his early teens, he had a high level of vocabulary and problems as he was a member of the Hwang family.
‘At the teens level, up to now.’
And for the same reason, I was legally able to spend my morning routine as a way to socialize with my younger brother. The guards and maids running around in the palace were also voluntarily cooperating with our brothers in hide and seek.
…You should do it on your own, right?
The basic hide-and-seek framework was a format where, after I solved problem 1, when I arrived at the point where the answer to the problem pointed, problem 2 existed there.
At first, I felt like I was hunting for a treasure, but as soon as two hours passed, I caught this guy and began to think about how to punish him for his challenge.
On the way, I thought of mobilizing those who lived in the palace to find my younger brother, but soon I decided to put down the cute rebellion with my own strength.
‘This is also what Nikolai wants.’
Nikolai, afflicted with the guilt of not being able to save his family in his life, seemed to take the act of building a bond with his family in this way very important.
I decided to match the beat to a certain degree to his presence that felt like a long ago. In modern times, even though I didn’t have a younger brother, the fun of this kind of play also affected me.
Still, the end of hide and seek was seen. If you trust what is written on the note, this problem was the last.
‘Come to the place where your dad’s shiny hair has become particularly shiny. When did I go back to the office because the lamp was dark.’
Somehow, my younger brother seemed to sneak into the office where I was working while I found the note and came out to find him. In the past, the place where my father’s shiny hair was soaked with water was in the office.
It was my brother who poured water from a bucket upstairs in time for the time when my father opened the window and looked out and smoked.
As I got closer to the office, I made a gesture to the guard standing at the door to be quiet, and literally sneaked on it, to surprise my brother who had suffered me.
When I arrived at the door of the office as quiet as possible, I took a breath and gestured to the guard, who seemed to be holding a laugh, to follow me, and then I opened the door with all my might and shouted.
“Where is the treason here?”
It wasn’t as thrilling as I saw in the movies in the past, but it wasn’t my younger brother that caught my eye after I did my best, but a piece of paper on my desk similar to before.
“Do you look out the window?”
Unlike before, as soon as I saw the note with only one line written on it, I thought that my younger brother was waiting for me in the garden, so I tried to run to the window right away, but the image of my father grazed in my mind at the moment took my step.
‘Because I wasn’t told to check it myself.’
I spoke to the guards who entered the office with me. “It seems like my younger brother dug a trap. As a guard who pledged to protect the members of the imperial family on a double-headed eagle flag, don’t you think now is the time to fulfill your duties?”
Apparently, the guard was also an accomplice with his younger brother. He was embarrassed when he heard what I said, but soon opened the window and looked out as if he had given up.
After the morning turmoil was over, I returned to work after having lunch together after spending time to retaliate for my younger brother who fired a ball bomb…No, to strengthen friendship, and I became a distress buried in a mountain of documents again.
‘I have to meet Dokuchaev sooner or later. Babylov is a child who is not even 6 years old, so I need to go out of the field right away and call Mendeleev sooner or later. And I’ll have to go to Moscow once to develop more forces that can help with my reform policy.’
While processing the papers and thinking about the future schedule, a slightly unusual report caught my eye. Other documents boasted at least 10 pages of content, but this was only a single page, so it wasn’t sincere.
But soon after I checked the content, I quietly lit the document. There was only one page, and only one line of text was written there.
‘Съ нами Богъ.’
It was a simple phrase that took 10 seconds to write down and less than 1 second to read, but the meaning contained in it was heavier than anything else.
One of the greatest cogs in history, the exit of the figure, and the impact of its consequences, could not be hastily predicted. But I decided not to regret the decision I had made.
‘The dice have already been thrown. All I have to do in the future is how to make the most of what the dice eye will bring.’
After all the paper was burnt out, I resumed my paperwork. The movement of my hand to sign the signature was more intense than before.
The weather was chilly at the ambitious time in St. Petersburg, but the footsteps of those gathering to the chief of staff’s house were invisible. They were not just visitors, but people gathered with a common purpose.
This kind of public gathering might seem disrespectful, but their attitude was very confident. No, rather, they seemed to want the prince to know this.
In that sense, not only tonight, but their meetings so far could be called a kind of demonstration.
I haven’t been publicly opposed to the Prince yet, but there aren’t any naive people who think they’ve had a meeting until today just to promote friendship.
“Recently, more and more nobles are sending out their views of concern about the steps of the Crown Prince. It means that we are not the only ones who think that way today alone, when we see close to 10 more people gathered than last time.”
“There are more and more landlords who have suffered losses due to the edicts issued by your Majesty. I heard that your Majesty is setting a policy to dismantle Mir and establish a new community.”
“What are you talking about. Dismantling Mir. If that is dismantled, how do you control all those many serfs?”
It has been more than 30 years since the existence of the serfs disappeared, but they without hesitation called the peasants by the name of serfs. In fact, for them, there was no difference between farmers and serfs.
The only difference was that the name of the tax they paid had changed. In the past, tenancy tax was the main name, but now I was paying a tax called land acquisition tax.
“In addition, there is a saying that they are trying to transfer the affiliation of local schools to Gemstbo, not the parish. No, is there a reason to give them proper education? They just have to remain as devout and gentle sheep. Your Majesty doesn’t seem to know that the more they have in their heads, the more they become rebellious.”
The name of the man who loudly argues that farmers do not need proper education was Ivan Delyarov. His position, currently a member of the Ministerial Conference, ironically was the National Enlightenment Minister, who formulated and enforced educational policies for the subjects.
According to his conviction, children of noble status and children of the lower class had to grow up unmixed with each other from an early age. And it was the Kim Najiya Declaration that he announced in 1887 that this will was expressed.
According to him, the number of people allowed to enter Kim Najiya was very limited, and children with cooks, laundry, and small and medium-sized merchants as parents could not step into Kim Najiya.
One of Lenin’s famous phrases in real history, the declaration that came from the word “a chef can run a state,” was a policy that clearly showed what Delyarov had in his usual way.
“Do you know that’s all there is? Seeing that the sassy bureaucrats under your Majesty’s control are rising, it is about to rise inside me. You have to show the tingling taste to those who believe that your Majesty is behind you.”
Their dissatisfied voices grew gradually, but Povedonoschev, the owner of the house where the meeting was held today, and their leader, was quietly watching the situation.
It was the same that he was sorry for the prince. However, it was not a meeting for rebellion, but a place to move the direction of state administration as they wish, so that the nobles gathered at this place could resolve their dissatisfaction to some extent by expressing their thoughts.
“Doesn’t the chief of staff have anything to say?”
“That’s right, the chief of staff was not in charge of your majesty’s childhood education. As a teacher, how do you intend to lead the wandering disciple on the right path?”
He was like that, but he couldn’t stay silent when the nobles asked him questions.
When the chief of staff opened his mouth, the turmoil in the room where they had gathered subsided. There was a sense of weight in the words of the servant who was the most favored of the prince’s tutor and the current emperor Alexander III.
“Wouldn’t it be best to ask your Majesty for his opinion and take action on the Crimean Peninsula, everyone.”
“Well… if you were to Majesty Alexander III…”
“That’s right. Although your Majesty is currently in charge of state affairs, you are only ruling in the capacity of Your Majesty’s agent, and for the last time the Tsar of the Russian Empire is Alexander III.”
“Besides, if you know that your Majesty is willing to change the policy that your Majesty has established, you will certainly not be pleased with it.”
The words of the chief of staff were persuasive. It was because it was thought that if Alexander III they knew, they would not enjoy the actions of Prince Nikolay, who showed signs of runaway. Besides, as they said, the Prince is still an agent and not the Emperor who has finished the coronation.
The chief of staff smiled as he looked at the nobles who nodded at his words. I could feel his influence, the conservative leader and the centerpiece.
“Then, I would have to inform your Majesty about the situation here in St. Petersburg. Who would be better off playing that role?”
“Even though I’m old, it’s only about train travel. Since I was the one who brought up this story, I will go directly to your Majesty in Crimea.”
“I am very relieved to hear that the chief of staff is visiting in person. Please share our opinions with your Majesty.”
“Don’t worry, let’s wrap up our seats today. I also need to organize my words to your Majesty and prepare for the trip.”
The crown prince in the head of chief of staff Povedonoschev, who had returned the nobles and settled their dissatisfaction and opinions, was still only a child he had been teaching.
Although he is showing signs of derailment due to his youthful blood, it will sooner or later be seen whether his thoughts that he will return to the right path again if he disciplines him with all his heart.
‘I’m looking forward to seeing you soon, Your Majesty.’
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