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The Pavlik Morozov Fan Club

Copyright © 1999 by Hugo S. Cunningham

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Pavlik Morozov (1918?-1932), supposedly killed by "kulak" relatives for denouncing his father to Stalin's secret police (OGPU-NKVD), was adopted as a patron saint by the "Young Pioneers," the Soviet equivalent to the "Boy Scouts." His life exemplified the duty of all good Soviet citizens to become informers, even at the expense of family ties.

This page of the Pavlik Morozov Fan Club is reserved for political figures and ordinary citizens to voice their respect for Pavlik and what he stands for. We welcome further submissions (for E-address check URL ../e-mail-address.html), especially if they are well-documented, and especially about current politicians and activists in supposedly democratic societies.

A teacher writes to Julius Streicher

D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education)-- According to an article by James Brovard in the "Washington Post" (29 Jan 94), D.A.R.E. "education" materials from time to time incite US children to inform on parents they suspect of drug possession.

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