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Ernst Kudusov

The Open Unpublished Letter
Addressed to the Communist - Obscurantist (1982)

       This story began in 1982. I happened to read be chance the critique in the magazine Young Guards. It exasperated me, and I wrote the respond in the form of an open letter that I sent to the author via the editorial. Its natural that the letter remained unpublished.
       Lev Nikolaevich Gumilev mentioned here after he read the copy of this letter first of all asked whether the person who signed under this letter real or not (I signed it with one of my pseudonyms). I responded. Then he warned me that if the State Security Committee would find out the real author I will not survive prison.

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Ernst Kudusov


The Ideas I Was Imprisoned For In 1983

     I was "captured" on August, 1, 1983. This date means little for a person far from our modern history. That is why before I start the detective story about my arrest I will describe first the political situation of those months that preceded this tragic for me event. Why precisely political? You see, because my arrest was sanctioned by KGB. But about it later. First about the situation.

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Ernst Kudusov


The report of Mr. Kudusov E.A. - Executive secretary - coordinator of CRP (Confederation of Repressed Peoples) on the Congress of representatives of the repressed peoples held on April 26-27, 2001 in Magas

     Dear delegates!
     We gathered here because of the extraordinary circumstances the essence of which you already know. That is why I won't focus your attention on this. In my report I would like to share with you my experience that was acquired during the work of the Confederation of Repressed Peoples starting from its foundation in 1990. This experience is unique like the establishment of the Confederation itself.
     Almost eight years passed from the moment when the activity of the Confederation was suspended. During this period many its active members left the political scene. The others are going to do it. That is why our precious experience could fall into oblivion and the new generation would be doomed to make the same old mistakes. In order to avoid this I beg you to consider some of the conclusions that I made, figuratively speaking, from afar, in other words, after the lapse of several years. It's a common knowledge that "the great could be seen from afar". At this, I must admit that our experience had both positive and negative moments. Below, I will state both aspects, in order to make it plain what you should do and what you should avoid in your future practice.

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Ernst Kudusov


KAMCHATKA ADVENTURES

     Geographic adventures. (Documentary autobiographical novels). The author, a scientist and researcher, tells about the hazardous journey to the desolate wild areas, where he studies its mysteries, at the same time fighting for ones survival. Seeking for the truth he comes to the conclusion that overcoming the wild nature is easier than overcoming the human nature. The way through the maze of human relationships becomes much more difficult and tragic for the researcher. (Here are some chapters from the book, published in 1999).

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