19 Your Heroes Are Ghosts

Your Heroes Are Ghosts

Posted on April 11, 2013 by tim


Where had the old heroes gone? In fact they didn’t they just moved aside and wait till their glory time would come again, leaving the space now for the new capitalistic ideals and leaders…


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19 Responses to “Your Heroes Are Ghosts”

  1. Dmitri says:

    Lenin was not been a hero, he was the shame of Russian nation.

    • 山下智久 love the samsung galaxy says:

      hey!why lenin was shame for russian nation?

    • Lenin says:

      Lenin was a monster? I suspect you are a edgy kid who has no idea of history or some dumbass American.

      Lenin freed the Russian people from complete slavery, he and Trotsky fought hard and stopped Russia from becoming a client slave state of the west in the Civil War and brought in social and economic reforms that turned backwards Russia into a world super power.

      The early USSR under Lenin was nothing like the later USSR you had under Stalin, Khrushchev and others, it was incredibly socially progressive, far more so than even the west at the time. While people in the west debated if women should be allowed to Vote or not, Women in the USSR had 100% full equal rights to men. While Lenin did implement harsh measures, many I don’t agree with (the Gulags) they can easily be explained for at the time, they were under constant attack from Counter-Revolutionaries and foreign forces. Extreme times meant extreme measures to keep them from being wiped off the face of the earth.

      Don’t blame Lenin for the Socially conservative hellhole that came under Stalin or the Corrupt State-Capitalist society that came under Khrushchev. Lenin set in motion for Russia from becoming a nation that didn’t even have enough electricity to light a few lightbulbs for a chart, into a nation that became the most educated on earth, put the first people into space and had a higher life expectancy than the United States.

    • BH206L3 says:

      Russia been paying a very very heavy price for that sociopath.

  2. CZenda says:

    1) Hey, little girl, I have something to show you!
    2) I told you, you should have used a condom!

  3. hi says:

    We’ve have a very well loved Lenin statue here in Seattle.

  4. Tony Boney says:

    The soldier comforting the woman should be in a park. It was the Red Army that liberated all Eastern Europe from the nazis. Sadly, Stalin enslaved it later.

    • Alik says:

      -“It was the Red Army that liberated all Eastern Europe from the nazis.”

      Not really

    • loogiline says:

      Red freedom is the finest freedom: you are free from democracy, personal freedom, personal property and safty. Poland must have been bursting with joy when soviet union atac.. I mean arived to bring freedom from east to Poland while it was, fighting nazis in 1939. And the glorious Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact do distribute freedom throughout Eastern Europe… ah, the jou and fun for all the east europeans.

    • adicontakt says:

      red army liberated eastern ruopes? maybe conquer , after the nazis a new way of nazis comes : the comunist

  5. Nergol says:

    They were always villains. Let Communism’s statues join the ideology they represented right where they belong – in the garbage.

  6. Glad says:

    Wonderful … You have an amazing eye and a deep understanding of history .
    Many Thanks

  7. 1934NFA says:

    Lenin,lurking around a corner…how appropriate.

  8. reimon says:

    Nice pictures!
    It might be a good theme to develop, photographically speaking.

    I feel shame when I read comments like BH206L3 or Dimitri. Poor Ignorants

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