37 1989-1993

1989-1993

Posted on April 13, 2009 by


Russia from 1989 to 1993

That is Russia back from 1989 to 1993, the end of Soviet Empire, the beginning of freedom.


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37 Responses to “1989-1993”

  1. bunghole says:

    first yah!

    • Miss India says:

      OMG Russia truly is a sad, poverty stricken, starving and depressing country isnt it? I feel sorry for those poor Russians :(

      • adroit says:

        Mr India – you are the pits.

      • miss indonesia says:

        你是一个sb!!!!

      • Mark says:

        Do NOT succumb to western propaganda concerning Russia or the former Soviet States. I am a red blooded American but I have been there three times. Although there is poverty there are also great strides of progress over their previous positions both financially and politically.

        Don’t believe everything you see on the internet. They are a proud nation and deserve to be observed cautiously and fairly.

      • Kirill says:

        I feel sorry for selling ourselves to the West! not for long though )))

    • scot says:

      None of that looks like any fun at all.

  2. jaybeecity says:

    Lol, the guy sniffing glue in 2 of the pictures is loving his new found freedom.

  3. w says:

    That dead guy looks happier than those living

  4. not_a_roma says:

    photos 26, 27 – is this a mental hospital?

  5. adroit says:

    Powerful images.

  6. Ukrainian says:

    Hmm randomly putting a photo from of morgue doesn’t show the intentions of the poster..

    • not_a_roma says:

      IMHO I think it does, I think the poster is showing the ruin and wreckage of society in the collapse of the Soviet Union. Perhaps symbolically, we are looking at the ‘corpse’ of the old society and, like the coroner, trying to do an autopsy of the ruin.

  7. altima says:

    какая-то гопницко-активистская подборка. бред.

  8. Mr. Pakistan says:

    look at the babushka with a huge golden Rolex, i want one of those.

  9. Dirty says:

    ПИЗДЕЕЕЕЕЕЕЕЕЕЕЕЕЕЕЕЕЕЕЕЦ! И я ТУТ родился?!?!?!?! О_О

    Кто бы что не говорил про наследство, я ЭТО время представлял иначе. да и было мне тогда пару лет =)

  10. illlich says:

    not even the glue-sniffing? man, I bet you are no fun to hang out with!

  11. Sam says:

    That looks extremely depressing….
    Wonder how much has changed since then.

  12. AndersonBMX says:

    smells like “freedom”

  13. Kirov is kretin says:

    good job, you said that WW2 years were shameful for Russia. please die, mongol alcoholic.

  14. Laurente says:

    Kick like a hell. The shot taken at mortuary underlines the power of this set.

  15. deinemuddaauftost says:

    Как пророчески и цинично звучат слова на мешке с американским флагом: “Давайте ОБИТАТЬ в мире” Не жить, а обитать. Хорошо, хоть не написали существовать…..

  16. Kirov says:

    Stop impersonating me, fake Kirov. You speak only BS. But one thing made me laugh, Rosskiyi vs Rossiiskiyi. Keep up trolling if you manage to pull such things once again.

  17. Jason says:

    Sex magazines for sale in Russian Federation,and other things I have seen there!

    Could this have been possible in Soviet Union?

  18. 中国 says:

    咳!看看一个国家的政治动荡给这个国家的百姓带来多大的苦难啊!同情俄罗斯人民当年的处境!

  19. too much vodka says:

    The myth of Cuba as the best place to live in the Carribean is nothing but that: a myth.

    It is not Gorbachev’s fault that the USSR economy went down the drain, that process started long before him. The country went bankrupt, simply because they couldn’t earn enough foreign money because the oil prices were historically low. And without foreing money, the USSR couldn’t buy enough food (which it couldn’t produce by itself), and without food…

    It is not so much that Gorbachev’s reforms didn’t succeed, it is rather that even Gorbachev’s reforms couldn’t stop the disintegration of teh Soviet economy.

  20. Ex-Soviet says:

    It was fun while it lasted. Poor but free.

  21. Paddy deol Indian says:

    My Fellow Russian Brothers will once again rise as a progressive nation. A Greater Nation Shall Sooner Or Later Be Born Again. May God Be with them forever.

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  23. hang says:

    some press said Russian people look forward to taking a chinese style reform rather than being “deintegrated “. Now i think it may be true.

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