USSR2 File: Russia’s president dismisses majority popular opinion, lifts script from Communist Party boss Zyuganov’s August statement, insists Lenin’s mummy remain in Red Square mausoleum, rejects burial; Putin to supporters: “What happened after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the dominant ideology? We never got anything in its place. We must return to our historic roots.”

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4 responses to “USSR2 File: Russia’s president dismisses majority popular opinion, lifts script from Communist Party boss Zyuganov’s August statement, insists Lenin’s mummy remain in Red Square mausoleum, rejects burial; Putin to supporters: “What happened after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the dominant ideology? We never got anything in its place. We must return to our historic roots.”

  1. mah29001 December 12, 2012 at 1:43 am

    And yet we must believe Communism is somehow dead?

  2. mah29001 December 12, 2012 at 3:46 am

    I am sure the Kremlin through cyber fronts like the Internet Liberation Front, Anonymous and their Red Chinese counterparts are indeed testing the waters in pushing denial of service attacks on major Internet companies like Google:

    http://news.yahoo.com/google-explains-cause-massive-gmail-chrome-outages-000701104.html

    It may also provide a ruse for our Soviet mole to promote government run Internet service or more regulation on privately owned internet services as a ruse to promote safety first.

  3. Dov December 13, 2012 at 1:50 pm

    On a different subject, The Russians are opening or have opened many moth balled arctic airfields this summer; in addition they are taking over civilian ones and excluding civilian traffic into them, often even cutting off their own civilians from normal business air transport. The speed at which this stuff is happening is eye watering.

    A list of the airfields include Novaya Zemlya and Naryan-Mar; and includes the reopening of a military airfield on Graham Bell Island, which is part of Franz Josef Land, and now the Tiksi airport in the arctic is closed for ‘repairs’ to civilians, only shortly after a military delegation visited it. Who does runway repairs in the arctic circle in December? And they closed the Novaya Zemlya airport so fast a few months ago that people on travel had to come home by boat!

    It is interesting that they seem to want to have several large, staging air bases in the arctic with no civilians seeing what is going on there. Hmmmmmm……….. We would be interested in your thoughts on this.

    http://www.barentsobserver.com/en/arctic/2012/11/army-closes-arctic-airport-29-11

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