20 Russian Propaganda Comic

Russian Propaganda Comic

Posted on February 20, 2007 by

russian topol comic

Russians find funny such militarized comics.

Here is on the comic a guy with a letter to USA – where there is drawn a black Afro-American with a white girl, probably the ex-girlfriend of this soldier. And he says “I asked TOPOL (strategic missile, we had video recently), where is my beloved?”. So missile should go to USA to that Afro-American guy bring him an answer.

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20 Responses to “Russian Propaganda Comic”

  1. Finnish Alco Addict says:

    Yes! That’s the funniest thing i’ve seen sincerely. I hope evil empire of USA will collapce soon!

    • sasha says:

      i probably will, like rome did. but if you’re a communist, how did you come to that opinion on your own? i thought commi’s relyed on others to do things for them? lol.

  2. ringm says:

    Half of the humor is lost in translation: “I asked a poplar, where is my beloved one” is a line from a popular Russian song. “Topol” is russian for poplar.

    • Doug says:

      Yes, I understand it now that you have explained it. I now suppose the girl must be a Russian girl who ran off with a black american guy(probably happens much less often than what many may assume).

      By the way, Topal (or Topol)also is the name of some actor from the 60s’ & 70’s who is famous for his part in a film called “Fiddler on the Roof”, and it was also the name of a special toothpaste here in the USA for smokers back in the 1980’s.

    • sasha says:

      thanks, that helps make a lot of sense out of the caption, now i understand it.

  3. Commenting Lithuanian says:

    Pathetic. But apparently its intended audience will like it.

  4. Texas1 says:

    It’s nice to have the freedom to print such things without public outcry.

    • TeratoMarty says:

      It is nice to have the freedom to say *anything*we*want* without the KGB and neighbourhood spies looking over our shoulders. God bless the USA and the wonderful, filthy uncensored internet.

      • Texas1 says:

        In the last 50 years in Russia, was it ever really like that though? Sure, the media might have been controlled by the government but was spech really limited. I just don’t get the feeling that it was ever anything like North Korea or even China’s treatment toward the falun dafa.

  5. I am says:

    Yeah man you do this ! Про букет это самое убойное !

  6. Alexander says:

    Fine translation! Unfortunately it is impossible to reproduce a “spirit” of some names and sentences in English :) “улыбка на репе”, обувка, рамка…

  7. Alexander says:

    Here is the link about the diploma’s work of one person: http://community.livejournal.com/bmstu/408728.html

    Russian engineers promise to be highly qualified in all important domains. The specified material ensures that.

  8. Bongo says:

    >It’s not as if there aren’t black people in Russia

    No, apart from some African students in the capital, Russian don’t have black people.

  9. vladilin says:

    this is an cool cartoon it represent russian power and her ability to either be your best friend or your worst enemy

    USA would get destroyed in war with russia mother russaia would beat US forces with-in days

  10. Ruslan says:

    The cold war is over. It’s time to make a new world, with more security in it.
    Opinion of one person is not an opinion of the whole nation. So I don’t know why this cartoon discussed here seriuously.

  11. Austrian says:

    Russian homour is verry…weird löl

  12. radus says:


    This is really funny to see tthis

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