G. - Enough already, Rakovsky. You are not here to deal with Trotskyist propaganda. Do you get in the end, to something specific? .. R. - It is clear that I will go, but not before reach so that you have formulated yourself some, at least a superficial judgment of "Them", which you will have to reckon in practice and in concrete actuality. Not earlier. I'm more important than you, do not fail, you must, of course, understand. G. - Well, Cut, as far as possible. R. - Our failures, which are aggravated from year to year, prevent the immediate implementation of that prepared the "they" in the post-war period for the further leap of the revolution forward. Versailles Treaty, quite inexplicable for the politicians and economists of all nations, because no one could guess its projection, was the most decisive precondition for the revolution.