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grb Post time: 2012-11-19 22:02
No worse than your USA and Western bashing.

In your little mind. You enjoy being subjugated by the filthy rich.
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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seneca Post time: 2012-11-20 22:09
I personally have seen with my own eyes Robber's elephantine girth, and I have been forced to conclu ...

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robert237 Post time: 2012-11-20 13:46
None of the replies come close to admitting the truth.
If a Chinese man had raped his daughter and a ...

Again, I would say little girl as a bikini model in an auto show would still get more attention, because it's even less heard of than incestuous rape.

You're trying to create a controversy about how people react differently to two controversial subjects in order to prop up your distorted view that everyone who doesn't share your opinion is either brainwashed or a propagandist. Get over it.

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Col Post time: 2012-11-21 09:51
Again, I would say little girl as a bikini model in an auto show would still get more attention, b ...

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seneca Post time: 2012-11-20 04:09
I personally have seen with my own eyes Robber's elephantine girth, and I have been forced to conclu ...

So you have no argument so you call me fat. This is on par with your typical responses in the forum.
All you do is bad mouth China. Nothing else. You are a total bore.
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Col Post time: 2012-11-20 17:51
Again, I would say little girl as a bikini model in an auto show would still get more attention, b ...

So you're saying I have no right to argue because I have a different view on this than you do.
Thank you for admitting your intolerance.
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robert237 Post time: 2012-11-21 11:08
So you have no argument so you call me fat. This is on par with your typical responses in the foru ...

Seneca is idiot of course, don't pay attention Robert

what do you think about that other jewish chap Seneca unlce Lenin?
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All monuments of Lenin to be removed from Russian cities
21 November, 2012



Russian lawmakers believe it is time to remove monuments to the leader of the Bolshevik Revolution, Vladimir Lenin, from town and city squares across the country.

Memorials to such “a controversial figure” should be re-located in museums or alleys with statues of other historic persons, suggested the author of the initiative, Liberal-Democratic party (LDPR) Deputy Aleksandr Kurdyumov.


The idea of “De-Leninization” was welcomed by several  members of the ruling United Russia party, writes Izvestia daily.


According to Kurdyumov, the main argument in favor of the removal of monuments is the high cost of maintenance. He says they would be better looked after and safe from vandalism in museums.

Soviet-legacy statues of Vladimir Ulyanov (Lenin) can still be seen in central squares of almost all Russian towns. There is hardly a single settlement in the country without a street named after the Bolshevik leader.


The time has come to get rid of Lenin’s “stranglehold” and leave only monuments that are considered true masterpieces of art and only in those places where local population want to see them, the LDPR lawmaker insists.


It often happens that there no other memorials but to Lenin in Russian towns and that is “unfair” to other outstanding personalities – such as Peter the Great, General Aleksandr Suvorov, Tsar Ivan the Terrible and others.


Under the proposal, municipal authorities should hold referendums to find out where people want the Lenin statues to be placed. If they do not want to see the leader of the 1917 Revolution at all, such monuments should be dismantled, sent to museums or sold to collectors, Kurdyumov suggests. The money received from the sales could be used, for instance, to create new parks.


United Russia’s lawmaker, Valery Trapeznikov agrees that the idea should first be discussed with the people. In the USSR, monuments were erected at the government’s bidding. If now they are dismantled by order of the authorities, “it can lead to a wave of protests,” he told Izvestia.

Meanwhile, the Communist party (KPRF) is strongly opposed to the idea of removing monuments to their key ideologist.


“Lenin is the founding father of the Russian Federation…Same as George Washington in America,” a senior member of the party, Sergey Obukhov stressed. He noted that some laws signed by the Bolshevik leader are still valid in Russia.


Besides that, the destruction of “architectural pieces” of historic value is illegal, the KPRF deputy pointed out.

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