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Estonia ROOK07 
Do u like/dislike it? Why? /discuss
2020-10-25 19:55
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better than Russia
2020-10-25 20:01
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Norway jatakk
only boomers says that
2020-10-25 20:01
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If ussr didnt collapse it would be better for Ruskis. Gorbachev was implementing a lot of good reforms that gave freedom of speech and more capitalism. Living under USSR>living in russia ir ukraine
2020-10-25 20:25
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Freedom of speech XDDDDD
2020-10-25 21:49
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I said it was improving which is definetly true
2020-10-26 06:51
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Its wasnt, you know thst torture is illegal in north korea?
2020-10-26 07:05
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Delisional
2020-10-26 07:15
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Ye because thinking that they would have had freedom of speech is not delusional
2020-10-26 19:51
Lmao
2020-10-25 21:59
Kind of agree if look at today's cis countries u can see how USSR collapse fucked up them, EU just buys resources for cheap since they don't produce anything worth anymore and steal young manpower from them.
2020-10-25 22:20
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It`s nothing compared to how many damage communist bolshevik moscovia did to occupied countries, Ukraine above all.
2020-10-25 22:23
Xd you talk like if they were perfect during the USSR, cmon no freedom, shit economy, one mandatory political party, no religion allowed etc ... Ofc the collapse of the USSR was tough, but nothing compared to the dammage Ussr have done.
2020-10-26 08:42
#129
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Estonia ROOK07
+1
2020-10-26 06:02
1 reply
2020-10-26 06:35
Of course, because the communist bolshevik muscovy sucked all the best out of the countries it occupied, first of all from Ukraine. While the industrialization of the USSR was growing at a frantic pace, people in Ukraine, from which echelons exported grain for export, were dying of hunger. It`s just one huge and tragic example. There were thousands of others.
2020-10-26 06:34
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#141
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Estonia ROOK07
ukrainian historical lessons? :D
2020-10-26 07:09
#4
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Ukraine Kracken[oN]
it is the same shit as Russian Empire or current Russian Federation. no freedom of speech, poor, no self products, stupid militarization and nothing more, propaganda etc.
2020-10-25 20:03
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@KGB
2020-10-25 20:12
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#7
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Ukraine Kracken[oN]
+1 KGB / FSB / GRU and other shit who destroyed people's lives just to protect current regime
2020-10-25 20:14
i dont think ukraine is allowed to call another nation poor
2020-10-25 20:43
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#127
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Estonia ROOK07
ahahhahahaha
2020-10-26 06:00
so one is allowed to talk about truth only if rich?
2020-10-26 10:34
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well i mean ur much much much poorer than russia so i dont see how u could call them poor
2020-10-26 10:43
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makes no sense as he didn't say Ukraine is richer or anything and it was obviously meant in relation to people not the country's natural resources owned by a few oligarchs
2020-10-26 11:47
Ahahahaha fiar enough
2020-10-28 08:09
It has been like that since the Mongols invaded
2020-10-25 20:59
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mongols actually founded moscovia
2020-10-25 21:01
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ik, Ukraine, Belarus and Poland have most true slavic DNA, it has been confirmed
2020-10-25 21:40
It was much more brutal and ruthless than the empire Nicholas Tsar was Mark Rutte compared to Lenin, Stalin, Trotsky, Lavrentiy Beria, etc. Gorbachev was the only semi-decent man to come out of that shithole, and leftist corporate press and academia demonizes him for it.
2020-10-25 21:04
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Sweden Majlo_
Flair and flag checks out.
2020-10-25 21:37
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Water is wet
2020-10-25 21:41
+1
2020-10-25 22:23
"No freedom of speech" Name a single country that had freedom of speech in the 20th century. Go to USA and try say something good about communism (in 20th century), I'd love to see how long you'd survive for. "Poor" Lmao, really? Do I have to remind you about the WWII and how many people the Soviet Union lost? And how quickly Stalin managed to recover the Soviet economy and the GDP of USSR was one of the highest in the world (once again, that was after the WWII where USSR was almost destroyed). In a "poor" country everyone had a job, there was no unemployment, you would get a free place to live, free healthcare and free education. Compare it now with modern Russia and Ukraine, where you have to pay literally for everything. And look at the population after USSR collapsed, by the way. "No self products" – no comment "Stupid militarisation" – hmmm, why would the biggest country in the world spend their money on army??? Really, why? And if there was "stupid militarisation" in USSR, then what about USA and their military budget? Have you ever seen it and compared to other countries? "Propaganda" That just made my day. That's especially funny to hear from a Ukrainian who supports Maidan. Just take a look at the propaganda in the US in 20th century, in the Baltic states after the USSR collapsed, in Ukraine after 2014. Or try at least to find a single country without its propaganda. Learn how to think critically instead of getting brainwashed by channels like OmTV, ICTV, Pryamyy and others. Take care.
2020-10-25 22:45
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You know that in north korea there is no unemployment, you get a free place to live, free health care and free education. That just doesnt make the country not poor lmao. Dont talk about these matters if you dont know shit. Also can you tell me what kind of propaganda do the baltic states have?
2020-10-26 07:12
A people will get the leadership it deserves. Question is; are the russians truly a people or just a bunch of different ones under occupation?
2020-10-26 08:26
#8
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Algeria Tari)))
idk but i like your flair))))
2020-10-25 20:16
Dictatorship with nukes, not much more to say.
2020-10-25 20:18
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Thats literally current russia
2020-10-25 20:26
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True
2020-10-25 20:31
#134
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Russia M13F
this is literally your brainwashed burgers propaganda
2020-10-26 06:35
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What part of that was wrong
2020-10-26 12:10
#10
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Georgia Megobari
All Georgians should hate this Soviet Regime. Soviet Russia occupied us in 1921. Soviets gave our lands to Turkey, Azerbaijan and Armenia :( ic.pics.livejournal.com/pandukht/1717746..
2020-10-25 20:30
Totalitarian, communist, ”freedom of speech and human rights, what’s that”, gulag, majority of ”workers” poor and shat on, very dirty with lots of corruption. No, i think i’ll pass.
2020-10-25 20:28
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and thats different from current russia how?
2020-10-25 20:41
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Nope. Russians are yet to experience real freedom, i feel sorry for them.
2020-10-25 23:01
I love the old Soviet Union, cold times, hard leaders. Communism for everyone.
2020-10-25 20:31
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Germany I_car
Bad but not worse than Russian empire
2020-10-25 20:34
As 90% of Poles I hate communism.
2020-10-25 21:00
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same with east germans
2020-10-25 21:02
90%??? You mean 99,9998%
2020-10-25 21:03
Of course i fucking hate it. Most evil, genocidal, anti-human dictatorship of all time. The damage it did to the Russian people will never be fully healed, the damage it did to the Western Hemisphere will take several decades from now to heal. So much suffering, abuse, injustice, pure evil, the worst humanity has to offer. What they did to Ukrania and Poland....what they did to Romania and Moldova.... I will never ever be okay with Russians, i get carried away when talking about them...perhaps that's why Dimitri has banned me more than J.E ever did.
2020-10-25 21:02
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Hi bro!
2020-10-25 21:08
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What do you think as ukrainian, of Léonid Brejnev ? Urss leader but an ukrainian one
2020-10-26 08:58
what's the connection between the russians and the ussr?
2020-10-25 21:09
4 replies
are you kidding?
2020-10-25 21:11
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Romania Koloag27
it's the same nation bro, just different generations
2020-10-25 21:28
Mostly that Russians were the majority in the USSR?They made all the decisions,the Soviet Union came to existence because of them
2020-10-25 21:29
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ask Solzhenitsyn who were behind the USSR 👌😎
2020-10-25 22:40
Second most ...
2020-10-25 22:24
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Mao was the Top1 in sheer bodycount. Not in increasement of brutality. Pre-Maoist China was already really brutal. Pre-Lenin Russia wasn't even 10% as brutal as the Soviet Union was.
2020-10-25 22:26
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Now that is simply not true. Imperial Russia was just as brutal as USSR was.
2020-10-26 06:37
ww2 should be axis + allies against soviet union
2020-10-25 21:08
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This thread and your comment is obviously gonna get deleted, so we might as well have the discussions that aren't really allowed on the internet. You know, the current revisionism of WW2 is absolutely insane and makes no sense when everything is checked and rechecked. For example, one of the things even an 8 year old kid can read and ask himself is: "hold on...why didn't the Japanese invade Russia with the nazis?" for if they did, they would've won the war. And the problem is that it creates a cognitive dissonance with what you're told, because these military powers and fascist dictatorships are not fighting to achieve an universal empire and monosuperpower status, these countries because they have a key conservative element and are backwards looking, are fighting for their own nationalistic pride and identitarian brand unique to their nation. To this date, western academia and press will "teach" us that Hitler was gonna conquer the world, or at least, at the very least...all of Europe. That Japan was going to annex all of China, Mongolia and the south East of Russia. None of this is true, and on top of that, back in 44 and 45 , NOBODY CARED about the Holocaust, all western top politicians knew it was going on and they never ever said anything about it because people back then simply wouldn't have cared, that's why they had to double down on the "nazis wanna conquer the world" nonsense.
2020-10-25 21:18
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Afaik Japan didnt invade the USSR because they spanked them some years earlier so they were scared and they had limited resources overall.Most of their ground forces were needed in China. Also Germany and Japan werent great friends,they were allies only because they had the same enemies.
2020-10-25 21:33
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Russia reppealed them from the south, they didnt get "spanked" , Japan's imperial army at this point in time was absolutely no joke. The rest of your comment is precisely correct, and is what i was talking about.
2020-10-25 21:45
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I think you´re saying the same thing ... soviets repelled japanese before the war. It´s just bad language, that makes it sound like the japanese repelled the soviets. Note: I reported your post #55
2020-10-25 22:29
Allies wouldve lost then
2020-10-26 07:17
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No way
2020-10-26 07:22
#39
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Russia RogueDecay
I can't judge about something I never been a part of. My parents do like it, and they are decent human beings, not greedy and hardworking. In my understanding russian people are simple-minded but aint stupid, turns out it did cost them the greatest price anybody could pay. Majority still doesn't realize how big of price USSR payed to get rid of Nazi Germania, not just over 20M human lifes, Stalin could've started an alliance with Hitler and form an Empire in a blink of an eye. Yet he made right decision and liberated Europe.
2020-10-25 21:21
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Finland Jodecast
Yeah, what a service ussr did by annexing countries and making them shit meanwhile pact with hitler about not attacking each other and dividing europe to each other Yeah what a service
2020-10-25 21:49
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#62
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Russia RogueDecay
flag checks up, nothing new
2020-10-25 21:51
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#66
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Finland Jodecast
Yeah as a the worlds biggest shithole you always fail to understand what it means when someone come in with violence and is about to ruin your country
2020-10-25 21:54
Explain why every European country allied with the SU became a shithole, while the ones allied with America became developed
2020-10-25 22:04
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#76
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Russia RogueDecay
why I should explain something so plain obvious? USSR corrupt elites are the reason of downfall with all the ensuing consequences there could be only 1 survivor from that fight, and loser is paying till this day
2020-10-25 22:15
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Poland humen))))
communism = russia, the first thing that come to mind
2020-10-25 21:30
#45
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Russia INNESOR
dont care
2020-10-25 21:32
#46
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Armenia Yerevan
Dislike because they gave Armenian region of Karabakh to Azerbaijan and killed innocent Armenians and others.
2020-10-25 21:34
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#50
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Armenia TiBoN29
+1
2020-10-25 21:38
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Ukraine Najara
Dislike
2020-10-25 21:35
İ dont like U.S.A. and SSCB Thx
2020-10-25 21:38
no good no good
2020-10-25 21:47
#64
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Finland Jodecast
Just russia but even more fucked up version than today, whats even worse is that russia today go around celebrating how they defeated hitler, meanwhile having a non aggression pact and dividing europe to each other abd then annexing countries and making them shitholes like yourself is somehow a achievement
2020-10-25 21:53
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Hahahahahahah lmao Jodecast "some historians" Toledo is trying to bark once again You shat in your pants last time and now you try to talk about USSR again, lmao, are you a masochist?
2020-10-25 22:18
It's called the Russian Federation nowadays
2020-10-25 22:01
Of course I like it. Free healthcare, free education, no capitalism, much less corruption than now, good industry, good products, no unemployment and much more stuff, the list is endless. Thanks to Lenin and Stalin for this great country.
2020-10-25 22:03
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#80
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Finland Jodecast
Mental retardation in one post. Go outside sometimes, you are just delusional
2020-10-25 22:19
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Hahahahahha, Jodecast "some historians" Toledo, don't make me start dipping your face in the mud once again, you failed first time already
2020-10-25 22:22
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#90
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Finland Jodecast
Reee, soviet history is accurate as fuck user again Please dont start again telling me about how honest your ussr history sources are. Go and glorify your retardation about a dick measuring contest that your country lost pretty fucking badlybtw, please do it somewhere else
2020-10-25 22:29
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Give me better sources then, I'm looking forward to it
2020-10-25 22:29
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#95
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Finland Jodecast
One simple thing, if your country was so delusional that you had to claim that finland started attacking you just so you could justify war and that you could not even first admit that you manage to cause one of the worst nuclear accidents and only admitted something had gone wrong days later because there was too much evidence against you If you with a clear face want to claim that a country that acted like this to major things like these must have trustworthy information then please dont respond, but somehow I see you failing at that as well
2020-10-25 22:42
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did he really say that Finland attacked Soviet Union? lmao
2020-10-25 22:38
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#98
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Finland Jodecast
Somehow that makes sense to him, you see soviet information is reliable :)
2020-10-25 22:48
Lmao of course I didn't
2020-10-25 22:46
Ah, you're switching the subject to the Winter war once again, nothing surprising. It seems to be the only topic you've learnt at the history lessons. Once again, your logic is fucking delusional Our conversation be like: Me: providing you a source (an official Soviet document leaked by the KGB in the 80s (by Gorbachev!!!) with the mark "top secret") and relying on it You: NO I DON'T BELIEVE THAT SOURCE, SOME HISTORIANS THINK DIFFERENT Me: okay, give me a better source then You: FUCKING SOVIETS ATTACKED SUOMI AND STARTED THE WINTER WAR SO ALL SOVIET DOCUMENTS ARE FAKE!!!!!! Me: okay, okay, give me a better source then if you don't trust the documents with the mark "top secret" leaked by the KGB in the 80s You: FUCK SOVIET UNION SHITHOLE OCCUPIED OTHER COUNTRIES MADE THEM SHITHOLES AND STARTED THE WINTER WAR
2020-10-25 22:53
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#102
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Finland Jodecast
Idk why I even reply when you cant even fucking read. One simple question and somehow your brain cant say yes or no. As I said, go and dream about your collapsed shithole somewhere else. You once again changing subject and not answering questions when you know you cant give a good answer. And where did I say that any document is fake, all im saying that there is no way that they even close to the truth which I can provide pretty strong arguments for to why not. So please answer yes or no to my question in #95 and we can end this here :) But I guess this will turn out too hare for you
2020-10-25 23:04
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Lmao, you're just so pathetic That's you who is changing the subject and not being able to answer one question (providing a better source) I've said many times that I do trust the Soviet sources. Here are the reasons: 1) They are from the KGB archives 2) They were leaked in the 80s by Gorbachev 3) They had the mark "top-secret" 4) There is simply no a better source you can rely on. Now I can provide you the sources about the repressions and you can try to refute them and give me better sources. I'm 100% you'll shit in your pants once again ;)
2020-10-25 23:04
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#113
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Finland Jodecast
And once again your little brain cant understand that the information is probably not reliable and close to the truth at all. So every research that thinks thst for example that stalins purge killed more than millions is wrong because kgb says something else. You really think a force operating in a corrupt dictatorship will produce and have reliable records of negative events... I think we are done here/ please dont reply anymore, we got your answer to my question in the end
2020-10-25 23:15
Ahh, by the way, Jodecast "some historians" Toledo editing his comments at his best. Nothing new :)
2020-10-25 23:05
I wonder if there'll be a single non-edited comment from you, really looking forward to it
2020-10-25 23:06
"much less corruption than now" DUDE...They're literally still finding bones of victims of rape of Lavrentiy Beria to this date. wtf are you even talking about??? At least 357 filings for rape on this one single guy, imagine how many we don't know...imagine the entire government...how many satanic demons like him there must've been. You need to chill the fuck out dude.
2020-10-25 22:34
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Yes, Beria was a rapist and that's disgusting by all means. But firstly, he was judged and executed, secondly, he was judged after his death once again. He was even condemned by Khrushchev (he was a piece of shit as well as Beria, he killed many innocent people in Ukraine, but still, he was the leader of the country) at the 20th CPSU congress, and no one is justifying him. But you can't compare that to what happens in Russia and other post-Soviet countries right now. The level of corruption now is MUCH higher than it was in USSR.
2020-10-25 22:59
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The irony is the Soviet Union was a very divided country. The corrupt and rich majority runs the country and the peasants are still peasants. Just like the oligarchs of todays Russia. It’s just that if you somehoe critizised or said anything negative about the nation or the party you’d almost certainly end up in a ditch or waterboarded.
2020-10-25 23:14
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Bruh, I can see you're not stupid and you definitely read something about the Soviet Union, but you're still very one-sided. Firstly, there weren't oligarchs in USSR. Of course, the party elites were kinda privileged and bureaucracy took place because of Stalin (that's one of the aspects I don't like about him). But nothing of that can be even compared to what was going on in the 90s and what's going on now. I am by no means denying the fact that there was corruption in USSR, but what's been going on since USSR collapsed is just a disaster. The majority of the factories and enterprises were either closed or privatised or sold literally for peanuts. Then comes the default made by Kiriyenko (the crisis in 1998, you can read about it here en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/1998_Russian_fin..https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/1998_Russian_financial_crisis), 2 Chechen wars, the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Russia and Ukraine, rapid population decrease in almost all (if not all) post-Soviet countries, privatisation once again, plenty of terrorist attacks in Russia and plenty of other shit that would have never happened in USSR. USSR was not a flawless country, it had its disadvantages, no one is arguing with that, but anyway, everything is known in comparison. I hope I managed to open up your mind at least a little bit. Take care.
2020-10-25 23:40
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Yes i agree that Russia today is a very, very dirty country. What i meant was that instead of today’s oligarchs, USSR had party elites like you said who were the 1%. The irony behind the entire history of the USSR is that the real workers and proletarians didn’t mean shit, just like in any ultra-capitalist or poor country like Russia today. So i think the Soviet Union was a fraud in a sense. But the worst part isn’t how people struggled financially, the worst part is the violations of almost every right there is. Like torture, imprisonment, gulag etc for something as simple as criticism. I’m not saying this is a result of communism. I’m saying that humans are incapable of power because it corrupts no matter what system is in place. Whoever get’s some form of power will try to get more or be overthrown by someone who wants more. This is how it has always been since Egypt or Roman Empire, you name it. Communsim as an ideology however is very likely to end up this way because of it’s totalitarianism.
2020-10-26 08:31
+1 it’s getting really pathetic now.
2020-10-25 23:09
the quality of that education was extremely bad, not mentioning anti-semitism in some math unis of Moscow, there were many cons in USSR but one of the best achievement was certainly an Ice-Cream :DDDDDDD don't get me wrong, I'm not trying to judge it cuz I've never lived under communism, but I've heard pretty much from other people about it which made my final point of view. Also, Solzhenitsyn is a disgusting human being who wrote fairy tales, but even without his bullshit, USSR wasn't really cool.
2020-10-25 23:14
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Lmao Go outside and ask school students simple questions from the school program and do the same with people who got their education in the Soviet Union. And compare the results after
2020-10-25 23:16
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So that's why most Russians don't know simple English and used to heat water from their TVs?
2020-10-25 23:17
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Maybe because they learnt German in the Soviet Union and English (and other foreign languages) wasn't that needed those times? And what about now? Do Russians speak good English nowadays?
2020-10-25 23:21
Try asking a 11th grade school student who wrote "War and peace", "The Idiot", "Mumu", "Evgeny Onegin" etc, and then ask an elderly person the same questions. Even the sister of my grandmother who studied in a Dagestani village would easily answer that (she wasn't even an excellent student). Not to mention those who studied in cities. And by the way, thanks to the Soviet Union, 99% of the population became literate (comparing to 22% before the revolution). Think about that.
2020-10-25 23:26
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IDK my school taught me those things, it's all about effort that u put into studies nowadays, education seems a lot better cuz I taught my english in the school, I've never taken any kind of courses, and I'm at the upper-intermediate level, there were various issuses with ussr, for example when u couldn't even go out of the borders without someone's permission is a total bullshit in my opinion.
2020-10-25 23:52
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Bruh, I study at MGIMO, and even MGIMO students shock me sometimes with their ignorance. They don't know some simple stuff, for example, a girl was asked where Ghana is located and she said "I don't know, maybe Europe?". The youth nowadays often doesn't know some basic stuff, even though they were to have studied that recently. You just can't compare the education system of USSR and Russia, it's incomparable Firstly, the country was much bigger than now and you could easily go to other union republics of the USSR (try to visit Ukraine or Baltic states now). Secondly, only 28% of Russians have international passport today, and only 10% of the population go abroad every year. Not very exciting numbers, are they? Not saying it was good that you couldn't go abroad in USSR, but the situation doesn't seem to better in modern Russia.
2020-10-26 00:02
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>Bruh, I study at MGIMO, and even MGIMO students shock me sometimes with their ignorance. They don't know some simple stuff, for example, a girl was asked where Ghana is located and she said: "I don't know, maybe Europe?". The youth nowadays often doesn't know some basic stuff, even though they were to have studied that recently. lmao, I really laughed at it :DDD > You just can't compare the education system of USSR and Russia, it's incomparable And I wasn't really trying, this was a small digression, I had a good history teacher who told us a lot of stories about her life in the past, and once she mentioned that her family had connections with influential circles, and just because of that they were able to eat black caviar, chew chewing gum and other things which an average soviet male and his children couldn't really afford himself to do (and this was happening in the country under the communism). While some people were working for years and decades to get their apartment, others were just dodging those queues. What about others being able to go abroad or smth, I don't care about it, that's not about their ability to go there, it's about human rights, which are obviously violated by that. It's like being locked in the cage because your master don't want you to see the world outside of this cage. I am arguing about the concept, whataboutism is not acceptable in this case. The main issues I have with commies is this bullshitty argument: "The first train in the world worked for a few minutes the first plane took off a few meters perhaps they should have been abandoned" and u probably realize why I'm getting triggered over it. Also, some commies still believe that people like Stakhanov were ruling the country which makes me laugh really hard tbh. The concept of communism imo is perfect, but people cannot live under it. And USSR represented us how bad it can be if things will go out of control and a bandit will be allowed to rule the country (I am talking about Stalin obviously) And honestly, in my opinion, people nowadays are more affected by fame, expensive gadgets, money, luxury life culture and etc. rather than being a smart person, that's how propaganda worked on them, cuz this world certainly don't need smart people.
2020-10-26 00:27
#130
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Russia armando_o
meens only east eu kids think eng knowledge is life achivment) i mean u can drochit on english but ur eng skills at the end of ur learning would be need only here))) hope u move in usa when u growing and understand it) gl
2020-10-26 06:07
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Dude it's not true at all When I am walking outside ( I am from St Petersburg ) I usually like to visit museums or walk in the center of city, and I've heard thousands of people who ask help on English, and they're getting almost 0 response, guess why... Also, I'm planning to move (not to US, but English will be useful for me) And, finally, don't forget about our lovely game called cs go))
2020-10-26 06:24
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#149
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Russia armando_o
u just prove my words)
2020-10-26 07:55
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nvm, thought u were implying hltv as "here"
2020-10-26 09:00
#159
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United Kingdom pnuTblyat
"much less corruption" WHAT? ARE YOU FUCKING RETARDED?????? THE SOVIET UNION WAS CORRUPT AS FUCK
2020-10-26 09:45
2020-10-28 00:29
Good on paper but de facto didn't work well. Here were a lot of communist supporters in the UK during 70s-80s.
2020-10-25 22:56
#106
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Brazil gunFIT
communism sucks
2020-10-25 23:01
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#128
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Estonia ROOK07
capitalism sucks
2020-10-26 06:02
2 replies
Commie spotted?
2020-10-26 08:01
#170
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Brazil gunFIT
ahahha poor guy
2020-10-28 00:17
Of course no, cuz equality not a justice, communism literally does not provide opportunities for growth in the social sphere
2020-10-25 23:18
#135
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Estonia f0ntz
Communism for college drop outs, capitalism for successful people.
2020-10-26 06:37
1 reply
+1111
2020-10-26 10:01
All countries that were under the soviet union are and will be dealing with the fallout of the many social and economical problems it created for countless decades. Older people obviously have fond memories of the times when they grew up but looking at it in retrospect, et least in estonia, i cant really think of a single positive thing that the soviet union gave us.
2020-10-26 07:38
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Estonia ROOK07
remember what was our country before ussr...
2020-10-26 09:39
double post...
2020-10-26 07:39
I was born in 1978 and I have some hazy memories about USSR epoch (mostly trasferring fase from that one to modern country mode) - its way better now then in USSR. Those who approve USSR model just dont know what it was like. Its normal for a human being to idealize anything they never expirienced.
2020-10-26 10:08
1 reply
+1 wise words bro!
2020-10-28 00:21
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