Not long before the end of his mandate, the previous Saeima adopted a decision that remained for 25 years – the opening of the occupation's legacy – Czech bags, reminds Neka Persona.
& # 39; & # 39; I'm sorry to admit, I did not do anything wrong, but the exact opposite. & # 39; & # 39;
A month later, the names of famous scientists, film directors, television journalists and artists in Latvia will be read on the Internet, for which there are testimonies as reporters of the National Security Committee in the 1970s. However, there is a missing comment on the most significant – which was the crime of the agents found in the file and what they reported. Several agencies, without which at the same time it is impossible to imagine the revival of Latvia, the manner of recruiting the repressive institution, the fears and the way in which this cooperation was realized, speaks of the newly opened documentary "Lustrum". The film was interviewed by journalist and musician Aldis Ermanbriks, who everyone remembers as the creator of the popular Rainbow program in Soviet times.
Music programs by journalists and saxophonists Alde Ermanbrike in the Soviet regime under strictly controlled Latvian radio and Latvian televisions were a pleasant exception to the content of an unjust Soviet man. Legally, Western records could not be obtained at that time. Ermanbrik found the exit. Ermanber used his private communication for broadcasting Latvian radio in the voice of Charles Aznavour, and the audience eventually saw the band Bonei M. from West Germany. For a long time, "Rainbov", shown in 1971, is Latvia's only television program that regularly presents the latest news from abroad.
He was honored with Ermanbrik's musical circles and accompanied them to concerts, recordings and interviews by musicians in their shows. She had recruited her for more than 60 years to report on the study of the poet Maris Chakla and Vitaut Liden. However, the second time Ermanbrick captured an Italian daughter as his wife, however, both of those muffled music journalists refused to cooperate.
In 83. Ermanbrik was at the top of his career. For the third time, they recited the KGB. A music journalist does not disclose why this time he agreed to contacts with Article 5, part two, which followed creative intelligence.
"It's a shame to admit that I did not do anything wrong, but the exact opposite," says the reporter. & # 39; & # 39; I recall that the Ornaments group should have been a trip, I mean the United Arab Emirates, then we were already our engineers with us. And I asked in a conversation whether a permit or something could put this group, would one of them be absent, how they were, whether they were morally and politically mature or could be dead. "
"I immediately remember that on television we meet and talk about music, about footage, but nothing more. I do not know what they think. What is in my head, I can not, I can not put my head in stock. And I think, OK, if one of them escapes, will I have something to do with it? Of course it will not be. And I said all the best about the Ornament group and I said yes, I know them, they are fair, right, and so on, so they leave And me, and that's actually the only way I told some of those musicians and when I asked for something. "
& # 39; & # 39; This would mean that in each group or group, they had their own people or their information channels, and in fact you were not asked for it. How much do you know as an agent? & # 39; & # 39;
"Yes, I knew at the time of the radio, we had somewhere along the way, and he said that he was an agent. And next, he said, not that he was me or what, but that he cooperated with the check that he was an agent and that he was got a fee for it. So there are such agents. & # 39; & # 39; & # 39;
"I do not … and then I must say that at that time I did not get a single kopeck, because I also said it was good that the ornament could go abroad," explains Ermanbriks.
Another brighter episodic episode related to SJC links Ermanbrik with the video shown in The Rainbov. On the video show Lainoel Richei, together with the British actress Helen Miren, Kirova was shot by Leningrad Ballet Theater Mikhail Barishnikov, who escaped from Canada's Canadian troops and later resided in the United States.
"This song with all Barishnikov is from such an unwanted movie, White Night, forbidden to us, of course. Well, that's why I was fundamentally ruined, and then I was called up and I wrote and I was a little sweaty, and what, what to say ? I said, wrote, I had to write everything, wrote that I have all these materials in Moscow, and I knew what was in Moscow and what was there, and in fact there was nothing like that, no, at the time there was no .
But I stole it from the satellite, it happened in Tallinn, video players were there from Finland, and we recorded the air by the time. Had I recognized where I got it, then this time would definitely be closed. And it was an illegal way, anyway. In this way, many different materials could be obtained from capitalist countries, directly from the Internet. Not from the Internet, but with satellite, help. So it would be difficult, and then a show, so it's "Rainbow," to which everyone would watch so many people, so this should be eliminated, "says the KGB reporter.
"The most subtle thing for me is that those agents were perhaps the smallest, throughout this Soviet hollow, which was then and where we had to live because the boss had already been these Czech officers, professional workers, but again, it was already a sword which was curved, but the arm was a communist party.
The daily deputy editor-in-chief was a party lady, also Russian by nationality. She always drowned me, why did you do it and say specifically – she can show up and not show. And we had to take something from these shows after we surrendered our watch.
Apparently, although I knew it was not good, I did not feel particularly brave or anything. I was pretty unhappy because it was difficult, this daily criticism of those party workers who actually led this ideological work, it was quite difficult to endure, because it was a nervous burden, "Ermanbriks says.
She says that at the end of the eighties the role of the agency declined, the party had the necessary information and verification received from organizations such as associations of writers and composers who played a significant role in the process of fear.
Ermanbriks are not afraid of family condemnation because they talked to them for a long time. It encourages other agents to tell the unpleasant but experienced history of Latvia.