Introduction to Soviet Science and Psychology

All electrons have been created equal, but some are super-equal. In the capitalistic science of the last century, inequality was the cornerstone. Instead of the electron—since revealed to the world by our scientists—the atom was considered the basis of all matter, and it was taught that the atoms were very unequal. There were supposed to be ninety-two of them, all not yet discovered, all unequal. The whole of chemistry revealed nothing but class system, and class struggle and universal chaos.

All of this has been changed since the glorious Revolution of 1917. Now it is known that there are what are called “isobars” and allotropic forms of every element. Although there have been some scientists in semi-capitalistic countries who have contributed to their discovery and knowledge, it is the Soviet freed scientists who alone have discovered super-equality, and the rare cases of supreme-equality. Among the elements gold and the so-called platinum group alone can be called supreme-equal. And perhaps it is by no mere chance that the world’s supply of the latter is confined largely to the Ural Mountains and to the Soviet Republics in general.

The same analogy can be found in social psychology. All human beings are fundamentally equal, although the question of the mental normalcy of those who have been termed “fascists” is subject to some investigation. But among humanity the Communists alone may be said to be super-equal and even among the Communists Marx, Lenin and Stalin are definitely supremely-equal, while Engels and Molotov, like gold among the material elements, may be said to be quasi-supremely equal.

Soviet science does not go contrary to the laws of nature. Finding equality, super-equality and occasionally supreme-equality among the elements, inert, chemical and radio-active, it finds the same thing in the social field. But it does not stop there. It makes its science active, practical, applicable and common. So when it discovers among the living one who is supremely-equal, it endeavors to avail itself of that supreme-equality and have the whole group of Soviet Republics benefit from this scientific discovery.

It is a mistake, therefore, to assume that Stalin is in any way a dictator. No more than uranium or plutonium is the dictator among the elements of chemistry. The fact that uranium and plutonium have certain kind of supreme-equality only demonstrates the fundamental truth of democracy (non-capitalistic) of course.

Capitalistic nations dare not apply the dialectic. They are forced to adopt certain principles in Chemistry, others in Legislation and the Social field, others in everyday life, and still others elsewhere, so long as class exploitation continues. We inhabitants of the Supreme Soviet Republics have abolished class and substituted therefore equality, super-equality and supreme-equality.

Long live the Soviet Socialist Republics.