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Hey, hey, down with the police!
Down with autocracy in Russia!
Hey, hey, down with the police!
Down with autocracy in Russia!

me: capitalism is stupid. i hate the money system

me: *bases many of my decisions off of money*

me: karl, can you hear me? I’m sorry I have failed you, but please forgive me, I must follow the rules of this capitalist country to survive until we can begin the revolution. I will never betray you again like this, and I pray every day that you are in a place where capitalism does not exist and there are no class systems

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How to Spot a Communist

anonymous asked:

One of the frustrating things about learning about Communism in public school is that no one ever seems to talk out that most if not all countries that have communist revolutions do so because of the consequences of European colonialism.

THANK YOU SO ACCURATE

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From the Ministry of Culture:

ГЂэ Ѕоvіэт Бѓоаↁсаѕт Щээкэиↁ Fіlм ЅцББэѕтіои

This weekend we suggest: The Case of the Three Million (Процесс о трёх миллионах), based on the Italian play “The Three Thieves” written by Umberto Notari, directed by Yakov Protazanov, and released in 1926.

To prepare grounds for yet another speculation, the banker Ornano sells his house for three million roubles, but since it the weekend he cannot deposit the money in a bank and must carry it with him. He leaves the city for his country home for a short period of time, only return right away owing to his worries about the money. His wife sends a note to her lover telling him that there are three million in the house but the note, owing to the machinations of one of the three thieves on whom the film focuses, is intercepted. The note, falling into hands of the thief/adventurer Cascarilla causes him to plot his attempt to steal the money. Meantime, the small-time burglar Tapioca also chooses the same night to break into the house.

Runtime: 66 min.

Subtitles: English.

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The Internationale in Japanese is like the coolest cartoon theme song ever