I hate the Communist Party chapter 69
I couldn’t figure out who the killer was, but it’s been a long time since I didn’t expect to find the physical evidence.
They couldn’t have left enough evidence for their tails to be caught.
Probably, even if it goes into investigation from now on, the only thing that comes out is a ghost company in the name of a Muslim believer living in India, or an endless end that knows nothing about naively helping Muslim brothers.
‘If you look at it, it’s one family, but it’s too much.
Victoria’s veins, the longest-standing queen, were linked to almost every royal family in Europe.
The Romanov imperial family was no exception. Even if Queen Victoria hates Russia and those who rule the frozen land.
Complaining lightly about my heartless grandmother, I decided to recap the current situation.
In fact, it was a melting pot of races and religions where many tribes lived in their customs and traditions.
It could be divided into nomads, anti-farm, and settlers, and it was divided into a few Shiites and many Sunni.
And it was clear that it would take a few hours to explain if we went into the subclass of tribes rather than this large classification.
‘It was not the first to implement a policy of division in Central Asia for no reason.’
The fact that people with diverse but distinct characteristics live in harmony, in other words, means that it is easy to make groups of different groups and make them collide with each other.
Fortunately, it seems that some achievements have been achieved in nurturing tribes with pro-Russian tendencies through cotton cultivation conducted in the past.
The report states that other tribes who have seen cotton-growing tribes as we recommend are more economically rich and rationally profitable than in the past have often followed the governor’s control.
In the process, a tribe, who was unfriendly to Russia, insulted and clashed against those who cultivated cotton fields, etc., but the conclusion was set after the governor-General had confiscated the jurisdiction from the Islamic clergy.
If I think about how this kind of discrimination will affect me in the future, I am not in a position to swear at Britain.
‘But if we didn’t do this, we would have had to face their resistance as one. The only way to do this was to make each other see each other as dogs waving their tails towards rivals and oppressors, not their own people living persecuted by Russia in the same region.’
As time passed, the generations were replaced by those affected by the nationalist speech, and there was an expectation that the conflict would naturally subside to some extent, so I tried to calm my uncomfortable mind.
It was a heartless word, but for me, morality was not a prerequisite.
Bunge, who entered the office while contemplating Central Asia, helped me to stop my gloomy thoughts.
“I have been called, Majesty. I have heard of the situation, but how serious is it?”
“It’s not a move enough to call it a systematic attack or rebellion right now, but it’s a situation that is likely to develop like that sooner or later. Muslims living outside of Central Asia haven’t shown any movement to sympathize with them, but if the situation gets worse and prolonged, I don’t know what attitude they will show. Maybe we need to prepare for uprisings that will take place not only in Central Asia, but also within the core regions of the empire.”
Muslims living in the territory of the Russian Empire, not in Central Asia, were under the influence of the Islamic reform movement now called Jadism¹.
And their thoughts and actions were seen as heresy to the church members in Central Asia, and the nomads in Central Asia as too extreme and conservative to the Jadist activists.
Fortunately, due to the poor relationship between each other, there was not a responsive movement within Russia in this regard, but no one knew what would happen if this situation continued for a long time.
“It’s more serious than I thought. So what are you going to do with your Majesty?”
When Bunge listened to my explanation, he seemed to understand that this would be a stone that could cause the Russian Empire, which is immersed in reform work, to stumble.
Depending on whether the crisis that occurred in the midst of rural reform was overcome or collapsed without being overcome, the planned reforms could have been stranded after the dissolution of Mir.
And the reason why I sang Bunge here was also related to this.
“I intend to go directly to Central Asia. That’s why I called you, the chairman of the Ministerial Conference, not someone else.”
“Majesty! That’s too dangerous. Besides, the reform policy your Majesty has been pursuing so far is a campaign that is just out of step. That will never happen, but if anything happens to your Majesty’s personal affairs, everything you’ve been doing will be in vain! Please think again.”
When Bunge heard my bomb declaration, he was frightened and disapproved. This was because it was related to the weakness of tyranny.
When a driving monarch is in the throne, reforms can be promoted at a rapid pace and without much opposition, but if the monarch disappears, the ensuing post-storm will be enormous.
As recorded in history, there are not many cases where the country was shaken sharply after the deaths of the famous soldiers.
“I have already made up my mind. Now it is just a small ember, but if it is left unattended, it will turn into a fire that will devour wildfires. I am not questioning the abilities of Governor Alexander, but this is an opportunity to strengthen Russia’s control over Central Asia. We’ll have to make sure that no country will ever play this game on our territory again. This is also a warning for them.”
When I heard what I said, Bunge seemed to have some guesswork.
As a figure who lived in the imperialist era of the 19th century, he seemed to have noticed which country was the one who made the jokes just mentioned.
“Your Majesty seems to think the British are involved in this matter. It was too sudden to do. If there is no problem so far, and the economic power of the Central Asian region is developing, this kind of movement… … Your Majesty’s guess seems to be correct.”
“Yes. That’s why I called you, not Vitena Vischnetgraski. While I am away, as Chairman of the Ministerial Council, Bunge, you must oversee the reform work.”
I also thought about bringing my father back to St. Petersburg, but this was considered the best option, given the impact of long-term migration on his illness and his lack of understanding of the reform work.
I couldn’t let my father, who had been far from central politics, carry a lot of burdens.
“Fortunately, according to the report, the risk is not going to be very high, as most of the regions haven’t experienced any disturbances. I think two guard regiments would be enough to bring along.”
Considering that the scale of the Andijan rebellion in Central Asia in 1898 in the original history was enough to be suppressed by one regiment stationed in the area, two guard regiments could be said to be overpower, but I took care of it as much as possible. I did it.
This was the maximum amount of power that could be put into practice without putting as much pressure on the finances that were being reformed.
According to the report, there is still little movement in modern Uzbek, Kyrgyzstan, Tajik and Turkmen regions, so we had to move as quickly as possible before the embers could spread to other regions.
“I see if your Majesty is true. However, please allow us to discuss related matters at the Ministerial’s Meeting before leaving the office. You will have to do everything in your favor.”
When I expressed my understanding, Bunge opened the door of the office to hold a ministerial meeting as soon as possible, looked back and asked me questions.
“By the way, Your Majesty. You think the UK has something to do with this. What are you going to do with the sanctions?”
It was a natural question. Retribution was necessary even to show that Russia was not a weak country that was only beaten by other countries.
However, Bunge seemed to be worried that there was a burden in taking an official response without physical evidence.
I replied with a smile, as if not to worry.
“We are already responding to this situation, so don’t worry too much. They are doing it their way too.”
* * *
“Oh shit! They’re like damn Conservatives!”
After returning from Westminster, Primrose grumbled roughly as he sat down.
It was because it was just after being beaten with words in the National Assembly in connection with the disaster in Featherstone.
-Prime Minister! Answer me! Did you have to kill as many as 14 victims by aiming guns and firing at them, your Majesty’s subjects? Do you think this kind of hard-line suppression is the only solution? I can’t believe this tragedy that took place in the Liberal Party’s cabinet, which usually claimed to represent the rights and interests of workers.
Apparently, it was a strike at the Featherstone mine that he thought would be resolved without any problems at first when he received the report, but the situation went in a different direction than he expected.
Despite the increased police force and intention to negotiate, the unions in the Featherstone area showed violence day by day, resulting in a physical conflict.
At first, they tried to disperse them physically, but the miners who had lived their lives in harsh environments were not easy opponents.
Eventually, the Featherstone Disaster occurred in April, in which 14 dead and dozens were injured when the commander on the field, who was confined to a corner, ordered to fire.
The Conservative Party, which was aiming to recapture the regime, attacked the Prime Minister through newspapers and the National Assembly every day, and workers, the traditional supporters of the Liberal Party, were alarmed and protested.
Internal problems soon affected operations outside the mainland, and support for operations in Central Asia, which Primrose confidently promoted, was cut off from last month.
It wasn’t that there wasn’t a shortage of resources to be used for the operation, but it was because the initiator, Primrose, was naturally disinterested as the instep of the fire fell.
“The number of deaths was 13, not 14. Secretary of State’s excuse! Remember the blood on his hand!” The headline is loud.”
Moreover, at a hearing held immediately after the disaster, Secretary of State Asquis made a statement on the newspaper every day.
In this situation, when the Irish provincial bill was rejected in the Senate, the Irish National Party withdrew its support, claiming that the responsibility lies with the Prime Minister and the Liberal Party.
As a result, the nationalist movement in Ireland, which had been quieting at the most, was raising its head again.
As the situation went back like this, the Queen gradually showed a distance from Primrose, and even news began to be heard that a non-confidence vote was going to be held within the Liberal Party.
Fortunately, the strike at Featherstone had calmed down, but he felt it was the beginning, not the end.
There was information about the increasing number of labor unions that showed more violence than before.
“Russians to be plagued!!”
And the fact that there were some who had fled from Russia behind these changes made him even more upset.
It was belatedly trying to strengthen control of the border and catch smugglers through checkpoints, but their fleeting rush was making the British police stick their tongue out.
Of course, a few more strikes like this in Britain, with strong local control, will not sway the foundations of the state, but it couldn’t prevent even the ominous feelings.
The British Empire was one of the few countries that had experience cutting the neck of a king.
Zadism¹: Islamic modernist movement that took place in Russia from the late 19th to the early 20th century. Ismail Gasprinsky, one of the leading activists, argued that Islam should also be modernized through educational reform. It means that you should learn modern subjects, not education that relies on religious doctrine. Of course, there were several other factions within Zadism.
The death toll of the Featherstone Massacre in the original history was two. However, at a related hearing at the time, Asquis, who was then secretary of state at the time, replied that the death toll was 2 instead of 3 to the other lawmaker’s inquiry, as described in the verse.
The Andijan uprising of the original history was about 2,000 people and was extinguished on that day.
The Russians killed 22 people and wounded 16 people.
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