Friday , January 24 2020

The Soviet childhood, which was not

So, friends — today will be a great and interesting post about Soviet childhood. I have already talked in detail about the household items of the Soviet childhood (be sure to read this post who have not seen yet) — but today I want to look at this issue from …

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About the revisionism and dogmatism

About the revisionism and dogmatism When we undertake to talk about revisionism and dogmatism, we are aware that these concepts are considered in the application of Marxism-Leninism. REVISIONISM hostile to Marxism-Leninism opportunistic within the labor movement, which under the guise of a revision of Marxism-Leninism distorts it, rejecting the leading …

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How people were humiliated in the Soviet polyclinics

So, friends — today will be a great and interesting post about how people were humiliated in the Soviet polyclinics. I’ve written several posts about how to humiliate ordinary Soviet people faced in stores, queues and even in the registry office, and decided to write a separate blog post about …

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New pension reform is inevitable

Despite promises of power, increasing the age of retirement only delayed the problem, the gap between the salaries and benefits of the FIU will continue to grow. In Russia coming much more radical pension reform than increasing the age of retirement. Otherwise, to survive on the monthly payments from the …

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Little-known photos of the actual USSR

So, friends — today will be another post with photos of real life in USSR 1970-80s years — the same era that fans scoop called the “Golden age” — say, and the consequences of the devastating war has already overcome, but damn Gorbachev still not reached with his own hands …

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