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“Potato Elk” constantly declares that the preservation of the USSR would make it possible to avoid significant geopolitical conflicts in the world. More than 30 years have passed since the collapse of the USSR, but “Potato Elk” returns to this topic again and again. What for?

Belarusians, the Belarusian GULAG has collected for you some facts about the USSR, and we invite you to familiarize yourself with them.

  • The USSR is not soda machines, but the Gulag and 4 million denunciations.
  • The USSR is senile in power and poverty is the norm.
  • The USSR is hypocrisy. With ostentatious anti-Westernism, a trip abroad is an encouragement, and a thing from abroad is an unprecedented success.
  • The USSR is the sameness in everything. In clothes, in food, in songs, in thoughts.
  • The USSR is a deficit and the absence of any progress.
  • The USSR is communal apartments, where there is one kitchen and one corridor for everyone. Where the word “neighbor” takes on a special meaning.
  • The USSR is a ban on traveling abroad, it is a prison for foreign exchange transactions, it is a ban on any political activity outside the framework of the Communist Party.
  • The USSR is a ban on private enterprise. The ban on private property, as such. A person does not and should not have anything personal, his own. Man belongs to the public, not to himself.
  • The USSR is all-pervading censorship and no freedom of opinion and dissemination of information.
  • The USSR is constantly lies, dullness and downtroddenness.
  • The USSR is pioneer lines, Komsomol meetings, public censure and condemnation. Humiliation in front of everyone, blurring and humiliation of any individuality.
  • The USSR is ubiquitous blat and extortion.
  • The USSR is the imposition of militarism and imperial consciousness from early childhood.
  • USSR – leveling.
  • The USSR is when the state pretends to pay us for work, and we pretend to work.
  • The USSR is a humiliating expectation of handouts from the state.
  • USSR – lack of personal hygiene items.
  • The USSR is the squalor of life.
  • The USSR is a sense of the meaninglessness and absurdity of what is happening.
  • The USSR is disrespect for the individual. At school, at the institute, at work – everyone officially harasses a person’s personal space. And this is considered the norm.
  • The USSR is propaganda from every iron, queues and empty shelves.
  • The USSR is a constant expectation and fear of war.
  • The USSR is an item in the questionnaires “puts personal interests above public ones.”
  • The USSR is a suspicion of everyone who stands out.
  • The USSR is the inability to read, watch and listen to whatever you want.
  • The USSR is a queue for sausage, where people lost consciousness.
  • The USSR is an attitude towards a person as a consumable.
  • The USSR is the nationality column.
  • The USSR is the hopelessness of tomorrow, an imitation of life as such. This is vitality.
  • The USSR is hatred for the mind and love for the machine.
  • The USSR is corrosive anti-Semitism descended from above, reaching the last communal kitchen.
  • The USSR is a humiliating lack of choice in everything.
  • The USSR is sycophancy and awe of the boss. A bow to power.
  • The USSR is when the end justifies the means.
  • The USSR is an ideology of hatred, envy and meanness.
  • The USSR is the opposite of freedom as such. Lack of freedom of movement, freedom of conscience, freedom of opinion, freedom of thought. And constant declarations, meetings, parades, fiery speeches, processions, plans, norms, posters, boards of honor, boards of shame – huge, plywood screens covering the true picture of things.
  • The USSR is a lie and another lie. Violent perversion of human nature. The substitution of all human values.
  • The USSR is the longest unfinished misanthropic regime in history.

“Potato Elk” constantly declares that the preservation of the USSR would make it possible to avoid significant geopolitical conflicts in the world. More than 30 years have passed since the collapse of the USSR, but “Potato Elk” returns to this topic again and again. What for?

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