Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Gennady Zyuganov warns about playing with Slavic sanity(identity) - Removing Lenin's body from mausoleum on 100th anniversary of the Revolution 'would spark rioting in Russia'

No such thing as because Lenin is a symbol of Slavic and not only Russian intellect(respected worldwide for his intellectuality), and Gennady Zyuganov who launched his 2018 presidential bid vs Vladimir Putin just happens to know that !!! Before burial of Lenin, we should rather discuss why burial happened to Stalin - it is easier for AmeroGerman NEONAZI systems to spit on our history which was subjected for centuries to them(keep in mind that Germany was supported throughout its existence in war against Russia by almost all Western countries and that at one point included even very unlikely France) than to admit the truth(face truth as they have murdered over 110 million foreign people in WWII and in post WWII periods and probably another 200 million in domestic proportions via social engineering....USA took extremely sad turn after WWII and believes that with repetition of most disgusting lies, those can gradually turn into truth just after 73 years of unprecedented terror/horror...we should say famous "free speech" protected under US constitution in hands of bigots/serial killers/rapists, and paedophiles what NEONAZIS were and are).

The fact of the matter is that USSR flourished under Stalin and we Slavs wouldn't make it without Lenin(without Russia or Russia subjected to German exploitation, there wouldn't be any future for us either)...unfortunately, Stalin only got to last another 8 years after WWII(poisoned at age 74) and his biggest projects were never carried out....if they would have, we would be some 40 years ahead of what we are today and USSR would never ever fall apart(China paid high price for what one has today, but within next 12 years, one will surely surpass US economy and become most powerful nation in the world - only shows that strong discipline, hard work, and respect for traditional national values goes a long way - democracy trick is for the weak).
Munich, London, and Geneva...revolutions, wars, persecutions and much more is what Lenin alone have gone what his life was like(and of others) to understand why(or rather how) he got to decisions he has made and keep mind that nothing can be done overnight or in ten years...and revolutions are only harmful if nothing positive for nation comes out - if those serve the enemy or if the peek momentum which they create in nation is not continuous(succeed, proceed, and exceed to avoid shrinking)...

Off course there are fluctuations in everything that exists in this world(ups and downs), but if we don't learn anything from them at the end of the day - it was a wasted day. This is why the continuation of reputation(we only have one name my friends - each and every one of us, so we better, not dirt one - Russia shouldn't either fear its glorious history and new challenges ahead as long as it stays on track with its past) must go on and is so important...

Only a small minded idiot would dare to spit on universal Lenin and those who do usually are from dead walking NEINAZI ocultus....its a no no in Russia !!!


Removing Lenin's body from mausoleum on 100th anniversary of the Revolution 'would spark rioting in Russia'

The Communist revolutionary's remains are housed in a mausoleum in Moscow's Red Square, but a state-backed poll found that 60% of Russians want it removed, ideally as soon as possible
The Russian Communist Party has staged rallies to mark 100 years since the Bolshevik Revolution

The proposed reburial of Communist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin would spark riots on the streets of Russia, it's feared.

Lenin's remains are housed in a mausoleum in Moscow's Red Square, but there have been calls to remove the body.

A century has passed since the October Revolution led to seven decades of Communist rule but feelings still run high about Lenin, who died in 1924.

On the 100th anniversary of the Bolshevik uprising, debate is raging over what should be done with his corpse.
Supporters of the Russian Communist Party carried portraits of Lenin during recent marches

The removal of Lenin's body from the mausoleum could spark unrest among Russian Communist Party supporters

And the controversial question could even go to referendum.

Gennady Zyuganov, leader of Russia's Communist Party, warned such a move could spark civil insurrection.
Gennady Zyuganov fears removing Lenin's body would result in rioting

He said: "All the chatter about reburial has no grounds other than an attempt to pit generations against each other on Red Square and organise riots.

"People who do this are digging a hole for modern Russia, people who don't respect the heroism of their fathers and grandfathers deserve no understanding or basic respect."

Earlier this year, a poll found that 60% of Russians wanted Lenin's body removed from the mausoleum.
In Russia, feelings still run high about Lenin, who died in 1924

Lenin is still revered by many

Results of the state-backed poll also found that a third wanted his body buried as soon as possible.

Around a third believed any burial should wait until "the generation which reveres Lenin has passed away".

The same amount thought Lenin's preserved body should remain in state.

A public referendum is backed by political figures including Federation Council speaker Valentina Matviyenko and 2018 presidential candidate Ksenia Sobchak.

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