33 thoughts on “See-Through Lenin”

  1. if you guys haven’t quessed yet, every one of those anti-spam words are real words somehow related to russia or russians. For example mine was comrade 😛
    (It’s not just pure luck with random characters as on nearly all other sites)

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      • You are right! ! ! ! ! ! ! !Lenin stands for his “Utopian”ideology,equality for all! ! ! ! !but due to some “technical” problems,created by head of people`s commissar,honorable Stalin he(Lenin)died so young.if he will survive few more years,socialist revolution will portray another picture to the world.God bless Lenin! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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  2. I think this statue has seen better days. I think better to remove it and put up some thing nice that the people can enjoy…

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  3. Who knows what the USSR could have achieved had Lenin not been assassinated. It was no less than that. The bullet may not have outright killed him but it was essentially the killing blow to his crippling illnesses. Father Lenin has indeed outlived the very country he helped to create, and now lies in the Red Square, awaiting another man who is brave enough to take up the banner of Leninism.

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    • Yes.
      One day, the tombs of Marx, Lenin, Mao and Che Guevara will open, and these four white knights in starry armor will ride towards the gates of Valhalla to meet the evil forces of capitalism in the valley of Armageddon for the final battle. Their enemies will include Hitler, Krupp, Roanald Reagan and Ronald McDonald, all of them in somewhat decayed zombie state.

      Who will win?
      Where is the number of the beast (666) included in the story?
      What Lenin song did the Frenchman sing after meeting Clodagh Rodgers on the beach?
      😉

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  4. Is this statue made from concrete?!? Maybe granite was a too expensive material to be used on a Lenin monument…?

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  5. Apparently the base of the monument was covered in granite but it was pillaged. At least someone written the name again…

    It is a sad state for this statue of Lenin, but considering how many of the were outright destroyed…

    This one looks like if vandals had tried to destroy it completely but couldn’t.

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