I hate the Communist Party chapter 31
Today, it wasn’t really small at all, but as the days went by, it was a day to go out of the office, which feels only narrow, and to schedule an outside tour.
Since I am a prerequisite monarchy, I could be said to be in charge of the main documents, but as of today, since my current position is an honorary position, I did not have much work, but Nikolai Bunge, the chairman of the ministerial meeting, sighed over the recent increasing work, was my agent. I decided to suffer.
It has been heard that today and tomorrow, when it was said that I was looking for someone to do the work I had to deal with, there were all kinds of persuasions, persuasions, and blackmails between Bunge, Bishnetgraski, and Vite, but it is a rumor that is going around the world. It will be only.
My mind to get away from paperwork and take the train to Tula was originally light, but I had to leave with a little discomfort due to the report that came in just before getting on the train.
‘That means the chief of staff left for Crimea last night.’
Originally, it was a report that had to come in at the latest when I woke up this morning, but Vacheslav Plebe, who served as the Minister of the Interior and the director of Ohrana, seemed to be influential.
‘People are competent.’
He was the best talent for hunting dogs that bite off my enemies, as he had a track record of destroying numerous sub-organizations of the “people’s will” in the 1980s, when Fleve was the secret police chief.
‘Since loyalty to the Russian Empire is certain, it is more important how I use it in the future.’
Considering his nationalistic tendencies and his repeated clashes with Bite after taking office as Minister of Interior, he was a difficult person to use, but it was a problem that could be solved by limiting the powers and positions given to him to the police chief.
‘Considering that he did not take any action to stop Pogrom in 1903, when he was in office as the Minister of Interior, it may be considered anti-Jewish. However, considering that he has also contacted and cooperated with Theodore Herzl, the founder of Zionism, he is not a simple person to judge.’
Although this was a bit disgusting, it was something I could put up with as I was working on a plan to blow up the chief of staff who could be their leader sooner or later. The rebuke or rebuke against Flebe could have been replaced by the amount of work to be assigned to him.
‘There is no group that is easier to cook than the group who lost the boss.’
I knew that the so-called “Beheading Operation” was so effective that even nations, not just groups, were so absurdly destroyed after the loss of their leaders.
‘Well, the beheading operation will not actually assassinate the chief executive officer.’
It was obvious that the assassination at this point was going to be too loud and messy. Moreover, even though my father trusts me and supports me, it seemed like he would intervene if I removed a giant like the chief of staff through a radical action such as an assassination with my own initiative.
Moreover, considering his position and influence, it was best to make him withdraw voluntarily. It’s as if a minister caught in a scandal in modern politics actually wraps up voluntary resignation from resigning after receiving orders from the superiors.
‘It is not an exaggeration to say that this fight will be decided on who more attracts the father to his side, or better convinces him.’
This situation was essentially what happened because I had not yet inherited the throne. I was a legitimate successor of the Russian Empire, and although I was formally handed over from the Tsar, I was still just an agent.
‘Fortunately, I have sent my father a full text related to the chief of staff. I almost moved later.’
Aside from the immense advantage of blood ties, I had the weapon to grip the chief of staff. And the weapon was, in fact, something he had handed over to me.
‘Povedonoschev Chief of Staff, No. Law Professor. Have you been sitting in the position of head of the Orthodox Church for too long?’
This is because what he did in the Russian Orthodox society, known for being conservative and strict, could have a tremendous effect.
‘However, if that becomes an issue, I could be hurt to some extent, but fortunately I have excuses for taking into account.’
Rather, from my point of view, I even thought that he wished he would have a meeting with his father as soon as possible. He was curious about the face he faced when he faced his father, who had a hoarding heart to restrain the prince who was just leaving.
‘Well, let’s wrap up the thoughts related to the chief executive officer and summarize what we need to do on this tour.’
It was me who laughed when I imagined that moment, but it was time to do work related to work. I asked the crew around me to see how far in the future I could get to Moscow.
“How long will you get to Moscow in the future?”
“Yes, we have approximately 374 Versta¹ remaining from Moscow, so we have about five hours left, Majesty.”
“…Please in metric system.”
“It’s about 400 kilometers, Your Majesty.”
One of the objectives of this tour, his unique weights and measures, was also to unify the units of military weapons. Although changing the metrology type could not be carried out at once, shouldn’t we have to place orders with the metrology type they use, at least for goods that outsource production to foreign countries?
The Mosin-nagang, a masterpiece of the Russian Empire’s rifle, was also entrusted to foreign countries for production based on a blueprint made with a Russian-specific metrology called Arsin.
Not only that, but the volume unit called Chetberti² was applied differently depending on the type of grain, so Russia’s intrinsic weights and measures helped to generate unnecessary administrative waste.
‘If you think about the future, the best option is to unify all units in metric system. Although it will be difficult, I have no doubts that I believe that it can be done based on the dedication and hard work of the officials.’
It was extremely harsh to entrust the task of unification of weights and measures to bureaucrats including Bite upon returning from the tour, but it was something that had to be done one day.
In addition, it was also necessary to quit the Julian calendar, which we are currently using, and change it to the Gregorian calendar that other countries are using.
‘If you think about what happened in World War I due to the difference between the 13th and other countries, it would be better to practice as soon as possible.’
However, in order to carry out such improvement work, it could not be carried out right now because it required extensive rewriting of documents existing in the central government as well as documents existing in local administrative organizations and training for the people, including bureaucrats.
Considering the enormous amount of work already undertaken by the central administration and the enormous overload on bureaucrats, we had to consider that they were people, not machines.
‘Because a person is a being who is less efficient as they overwork it. Some degree of rest and reward is essential. If we push too hard, for the first time in history, officials could declare a strike saying they couldn’t because it was too difficult.’
It was even more so when considering the treatment of local officials and other minor bureaucrats who can be said to be inferior. As improvements in their treatment were planned to be announced sooner or later, control over bureaucratic organizations would also be made through carrots rather than sticks.
However, if the education on the metric system is implemented in the curriculum to be implemented after changing the school to Gemstbo, which mainly learns the Bible and obedience, the primary education policy to be expanded and the local parish, It was thought that it would help settle the confusion.
‘Since it is a country with less than 30% literacy, it may be better.’
The literacy rate of the Russian Empire was disastrous, except in some areas, such as Northern Europe, where the Baltic States and Finland are located.
Although it was less than 100 years since the concept of compulsory education appeared, Russia was at a severe level even taking it into account.
‘Even for recruits enlisted in the military, primary education should be provided. At least they should be able to know if the item in the box is ammunition, food, or explosive.’
In addition, cooperation with Gestbodeul was essential for the smooth implementation of this education policy in local areas. Fortunately, in the course of this tour, I was also going to meet Dmitry Shipov, the chairman of Moscow Gestbo, who can be said to be the leader of Gestbo in each region.
‘It’s fortunate that the Tula Armory is close to Moscow. As I can’t make this time often, I have to get what I can get the most from this tour.’
In the original history, they were struck by both the far left and the far right and could not exert much influence, but in this world the story will be different.
‘No, in the original world, it can be said that the benefits that can be gained by attracting them into my power are enormous as they are those who even collided with me. For Nikolai II, who is a believer in the original tyranny, cooperation with Shipoff, who has a constitutionalist tendency, was absurd, but it has nothing to do with me.’
The idea of reforming into a constitutional monarchy right now didn’t exist as much as I am today, but when I think about the future, nurturing moderate reformists may even happen. Attacks on the Romanov imperial family including the post-communist revolution. It will be of great help in preventing them.
Moreover, it must have played a part in reducing the central government’s efforts in local education and administrative work.
‘At least, the ridiculous thing of arresting a noble woman who voluntarily taught letters to children will not happen.’
Obviously, it was a tour that I left with a light heart because I thought I was free from heavy work, but as time passed, my mind only got complicated.
‘You should be grateful that there is more than one thing you can get from this tour. Besides, after the tour, I will have to strengthen myself by thinking about meeting with the chief of staff.’
Like a train running to Moscow without stopping, the movement for reform of the Russian Empire had to continue. And, knowing that the driving force comes from my will and actions, and not from anyone else, I had to keep pushing myself.
It was absurd to entrust all of my work to others and only enjoy the negligence. If I lie down on a comfortable bed and receive a report, who can trust me and follow me?
‘You have to become a leader who takes the lead, not a boss. It’s simple, but I didn’t know it would be this difficult.’
As the scenery from the window passed by quickly, the sound of the heart beating in my heart only increased.
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