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If you could ask Josef Stalin one question what would it be?

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If you could ask Josef Stalin one question what would it be?

7 Responses to “If you could ask Josef Stalin one question what would it be?”

  1. 1
    Nick says:

    Why didn't you just die in your youth?

  2. 2
    Jeanie says:

    What the hell were you thinking? Now that you are there I mean…

  3. 3
    Al Burgess says:

    How did you feel when the german attack came as you had been warned?

  4. 4
    Juan says:

    how do you feel about burning in hell together with your fellow lunatic Adolf?

  5. 5
    kebond says:

    Why you didn't stop the Greek civil war, when you have already agree that Greece would be under the western influence in Yalta?

  6. 6
    Serge says:

    I will answer a few questions and give a link to the others.

    1) Because he was needed to save the humanity from
    A)Permanent Revolution
    B)From Fascism
    C)Build the greatest country that ever existed
    D)Save the USSR from the Nuclear bombardment from the US,by developing nuclear weapons in 1949
    A few more pages of different reasons why he did not die young.
    You cab be certain that if he done you would not have been here.

    2)See above and he is not there to begin with

    There was an order given to all forces to be combat ready (highest alert) at least 4 days before June 22,1941.That is why there were no losses in the Black sea Navy in the first days of war,all ships have left the harbor.

    4)See above and below

    5)He was not God to stop things from happening,just by snapping his fingers.Plus if Greece was to fall under the western control – that makes it their responsibility.

    Before you all get emotional I suggest looking at some facts about Stalin.I personally used to think for 20 years that he was a terrible man,but after looking at the evidence and changing my worldview
    which was a lot of work it became clear that he was the opposite of that.In Russia it it well known now,but in the west the myths and lies still prevail,but there is hope:
    Khrushchev Lied: The Evidence That Every "Revelation" of Stalin's (and Beria's) Crimes in Nikita Khrushchev's Infamous "Secret Speech" to the 20th Party Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union on February 25, 1956, is Provably False

    Stalin and the Struggle for Democratic Reform

  7. 7
    Larry C says:

    Is your real name \Putin\?

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