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2016-01-17 20:54:03 Post No. 569550
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Stalin was a good person, his sole saving characteristic is that he wasnt into extravagence. His brutality, such as forcing people to confess to false crimes, was drawn from the american and french revolution.
In the american revolution, counter revolutionaries were sometimes dipped in molten tar and put through feathers as to mold the feathers into their flesh.
Stalin saw lots of ambitious enemies and wanted to avoid being yugoslavia 0.1, so he massacred many people in the name of unification.
Sadly all his plans were for naught, however people assume, incorrectly, that he could have applied todays federal police and anti corruption policies to deal with his enemies.
That being said, as he adhered to the revolution, he ignored improvements in things such as beaurocracy and consumer representation which could have earned him brownie points, so although i dont condemn him for killing his peers, i dont doubt that they wouldve been superior oligarches.