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Lenin 5 by Cosaco Lenin 5 by Cosaco
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Los comunistas comprendieron que sin luchar era imposible vencer. Esto también lo empezaron a comprender los obreros de todos los países.
Los trabajadores tenían cariño por Lenin. Los terratenientes y los capitalistas lo odiaban. La policía zarista lo encarceló y lo desterró a la lejana Siberia, soñando con encerrar a Lenin para toda la vida. Lenin logró fugarse al extranjero y, desde allí, continuó dirigiendo la lucha. Posteriormente regresó y encabezó el movimiento revolucionario.
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Footnoting Featured By Owner May 6, 2014
I wonder if he is, in this picture, discussing the murder of four adolescent girls and one pre-pubescent boy who were sacrificed as victims to his Revolution.
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Cosaco Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
I don't think so, at that moment he had other things in his mind.
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CHAOSWITHUS Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2012
Дело Ленина славим в веках-fave and gj,comrade
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Cosaco Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Amen men, amen.
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Ferrabra Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2011
Hey, hombre, usted es muy afortunado que el calvo Lenin no llegó a México!
Subcomandante Marcos es mucho mejor.
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Cosaco Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Hahaha, true true :XD:
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Ferrabra Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2012
;)
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HERNZ4795 Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2012
That must be sarcasm isn't it. Lenin fought until the end to end the cruel and bloody czarist regime. EZLN fought one time and then it disappeared in the jungle, since then we know nothing about them. Who knows, maybe Marcos was bought by the Mexican government as some say
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Ferrabra Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2012
Unfortunately, Lenin was a representative of the international Jewish community, he killed many honest and intelligent people.
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HERNZ4795 Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2012
I respect you very much comrade Sergei, but it seems to me that you're somewhat racist or/and antisemitic.

Maybe Lenin killed many, but in a revolution there's always death, maybe he had to protect himself from enemies that could be everywhere, Stalin did the same and they both transformed completely the face of Russia, from a backwards country to a superpower.

Lenin started a massive change for Russia, effectively stopping the bloody czarist regime, heroes like Guevara or Marcos didn't achieve the half of what Lenin did.

I personally think that the real heroes of Socialism were Lenin, Fidel (well, more or less), Sankara and Allende (though the US government prevented him form making Chile a great Socialist fatherland)
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Ferrabra Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2012
I do not hide the fact that I have racial views. Personally, I believe that all races have a right to exist and develop, but they need to live and grow separately. This state of affairs can not be imposed, it should be formed by natural means. Where the race is already partially mixed, it would be foolish to implement apartheid. But just as it would be foolish to impose racial mixing.

Tsarist regime in Russia had many flaws, but compared with the Bolshevik regime, he was not bloody, and downright good-natured. There is no doubt that the rule in Russia was in need of change, but it is not needed in the vivisection, which organized the Bolsheviks. Destruction of the nobility, the destruction of the intelligentsia, the destruction of the Cossacks, the extermination of capable and diligent people - all this prevented the new Russia to become a strong country in a much earlier date. We have lost almost 30 years of age.

Anti-Semitism? No, more anti-Zionism. You should be aware that the vast majority of the leaders of the Bolshevik party were Jewish. These people hate the Russian people, they hated the Orthodox faith, they hated the Russian nobility. Not surprisingly, their role in the revolution is evaluated very negatively, and they enjoy the hatred of many people. In contrast, those Jews who participated in the creation of Russian and Soviet culture, honest working people - they are always respected.
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HERNZ4795 Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2012
I do not agree with you, not even slightly but I respect your opinions and your right to believe what you want.

Nonetheless I must say that the post-revolutionary Russia is not portrayed as an inhuman, bad-natured and bloody regime by your compatriots, many Russian historians say that the Bolshevik regime only killed a few thousands but the western media exaggerates those numbers to discredit Communism.

Antisemitism is an anthropological factor present in history for a very long time, motivated by bourgeois classes to function as a scapegoat for the proletarian's problems.

In Soviet Russia the inteligentsiya was not completely eliminated, neither the cossacks, which were living in autonomous regions.

Even if the Bolsheviks were jews, that doesn't mean that they were practitioners of judaism, for all Communists or Socialists (myself included) religion is poison and nobility are parasites, both things must be terminated in order to fulfill the needs of the peoples (It's worth mentioning that Russian nobility wasn't completely destroyed).

The Revolution is very negatively evaluated by westerns whoc believe that Russia has a hell form 17-91, but the October Revolution was the only successful revolutionary struggle of all history.
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Footnoting Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2015
Forgive me for intruding, I just happened to stumble into this.  Odd, how you say, in one statement, you respect another's opinions and right to believe what he/she wants, but further down you say religion is poison and nobility are parasites, and these things must be terminated for the needs of the people.  {Needs of the people?---that always covers a lot of bad decisions, doesn't it?)  So how can you say, on the one hand, that you respect one's belief in what one wants to belief, and on the other hand that religion, in which many believe, is poison and should be terminated?  Would you explain this paradox to me?

Or is it like that great champion of the people, the righter of wrongs, the man who stood selflessly for others---that God-damned sonofabitch Lenin---who could stand idly by while four adolescent girls and a pre-adolescent, hemophiliac boy, were brutally murdered by thugs (good Bolsheviks, all, but thugs) whose behavior (not their birth, their names, or their vocations, but their behavior) proved them to be too uncouth to lick the soles of the shoes of their victims.

Could you explain it to me?
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HERNZ4795 Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2015
Ok, I understand what you are trying to convey

First and foremost I must explain that I am a human being, and so I'm neither perfect nor logical and as such it is very normal to incur in such fallacies.
On one hand I say that I have deep respect for others... indeed, I regard every person as having the right to believe what they want unless their beliefs provoke harm to others, but form another perspective I also think that religion and nobility are obstacles for human development, let me explain: If you greet me and then present yourself as a religious person such as a Christian, Jew, Muslim etcetera I would still have respect for you and by no means I would be inclined to try convincing you to abandon that faith, however deep in my mind I will think that you are unfaithful to you own mind and being cause you just follow what other people say about some heavenly man who created the universe in order to fulfill his divine caprice of having people to adore him. Personally I believe that we need to get rid of religion and monarchies in order to evolve and achieve a better quality of life and coexistence; nevertheless it is clear that this purpose won't be attained by forcing people to abandon their religions, but through effective education. In short, form my point of view, the fact that I believe that religions are poison does not contradict my respect towards any people.

Secondly I will tell you that history must not be judged, it is important to learn from the past and not to repeat the mistakes of our forefathers. The Russian Revolution and the rise and fall of the USSR led to the deaths of many, from this we can conclude that those movements were wrong... however, history proves that they were necessary. Curiously, Nicholas II was not the kind of leader that craved for power and he was actually scared of being tsar, but during his life a series of unfortunate events marked those times. If you consider the point of view of the royal family, their deaths were a tragedy indeed. But what about the "thugs" you mention? Can you imagine living your entire life knowing that all your hard work in a factory or a plantation will be for the benefit of a small wealthy group of aristocrats? Can you visualize yourself having no other relief than bad quality alcohol? Russia was sunken in poverty and corruption while the tsar and his family were living large, and probably Lenin had nothing personal against them, but most of Russia wanted the aristocrats deep fried in oil at the time.

So we must acknowledge history and not fight it, what's done it's done, that we cannot change, Lenin and his Russian Revolution were not perfect, and many innocent died because of that events but it is also important to know that the Bolsheviks did more for their country in a couple of decades than the oppressive tsars in centuries.
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Thestudierofthearts Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Mira de su deviantart. Hay lo está mucho merida racista y Nacional Socialista. Támbien él tiene mucho pro apartheid merida.
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HERNZ4795 Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2012
Lo se estoy suscrito pero a mi que me dices, dicelo a él en su cara.

La religión envenena las mentes de los pueblos, no hay mayor prueba
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GhostRider93 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2011
La gente que dice que Lenin, el Che, etc mataron muchas personas... bueno seguramente los gringos, los esclavistas, los patrones no habrán matado a nadie, no han muerto sindicalistas, obreros, mujeres quedamas dentro de fabricas, nooo eso no ha sucedido jamás...
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vilerage Featured By Owner May 23, 2010
I'm strangely reminded of Coca Cola... o_0
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Savvader Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
it's a classic academic paintings like many others. Images with StClaus is the same :)
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:iconcosaco:
Cosaco Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Must be 'cause of the style; many pictures of Saint Nicholas were drawn this way.
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Askapart Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2009  Student Traditional Artist
do you like Lenin?
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Cosaco Featured By Owner May 11, 2009  Student Traditional Artist
Of course! He's my role model X3
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Askapart Featured By Owner May 11, 2009  Student Traditional Artist
if he's your role model then you must know everything about him... that means you know he killed thousands of Circassians in the name of communism?

i respect your opinion

much love
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Cosaco Featured By Owner May 12, 2009  Student Traditional Artist
He killed thousands personally? But a Leader must never be under risk X3
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Askapart Featured By Owner May 12, 2009  Student Traditional Artist
he's leader but a dictator leader that's all i'm saying
and of course never killed Circassians personally but he ordered to let them perish in the name of Mother Russia

much love
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Cosaco Featured By Owner May 12, 2009  Student Traditional Artist
By the collectivization you mean? I'm pretty sure that was stalin job (Now that's a dictator) X3
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Askapart Featured By Owner May 12, 2009  Student Traditional Artist
i'm talking about the real ideas of handling Cricassian nations or let's say the whole Kavkas area, Lenin is the thinker and he is the leader mind
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Savvader Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
ебать кавказ, ебать.

Отъебись от Ильича :))
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Teh-russian-uchiha Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2010
kavkas-LOL
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Cosaco Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Mmmm....I don't think stalin was following Lenin's ideas; 'cause you know, being a Marxist is about respecting other people and doing what's best for them. The whole idea of killing people in the name of someone/something sounds like a stalinist motto. And stalin was not Communist.
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Denryuu Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Un pensador, si... Me pregunto si alguna vez llegó a disparar un arma...
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Cosaco Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2007  Student Traditional Artist
Pues las sabía manejar

Mas es un Líder y los Líderes no deben arriesgar su vida en la lucha armada
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