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'''Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, Lenin''' (Russian: Владимир Ильич Улянов, Ленин) (1870-1924) was the 1st Premier of the [[USSR]] which came into power after overthrowing the [[Tsar]] and setting up the world's first Communist regime.
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'''Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, Lenin''' (Russian: Владимир Ильич Улянов, Ленин) (1870-1924) was the 1st Premier of the [[USSR]] which came into power after overthrowing the [[Tsar]] and setting up the world's first Communist regime.  
  
 
==Revolution==
 
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In November 1917, Lenin, the leader of the [[Communist Party]], led a [[Proletarian Revolution]] to overthrew the [[Provisional Government]] that had replaced the [[Russian Empire]] (His elder brother was hanged for the attempted assassination of [[Czar Alexander III]]).  
 
In November 1917, Lenin, the leader of the [[Communist Party]], led a [[Proletarian Revolution]] to overthrew the [[Provisional Government]] that had replaced the [[Russian Empire]] (His elder brother was hanged for the attempted assassination of [[Czar Alexander III]]).  
  
Lenin was one of the most devious persons in all of history.  He was a revolutionary, [[atheist]], and mass murderer. In 1889, he became a [[Marxist]] (as previously formulated by [[Karl Marx]]).  He obtained a law degree shortly afterwards, and by 1895 was a [[subversion (political)|subversive]] who was arrested and sent to [[Siberia]] as punishment.  Once he served his time he left for Western [[Europe]], where he developed his plans further and became a leader of the [[Bolsheviks]].  He returned to Russia after the [[tsar]] abdicated in March 1917, and led the Bolsheviks to power in the "[[October Revolution]]" (November in the Gregorian calendar) by overthrowing the government. (In the night of July 16-17, 1918, a squad of Bolshevik secret police murdered Russia's last emperor, Tsar Nicholas II, along with his wife, Tsaritsa Alexandra, their 14-year-old son, Tsarevich Alexis, and their four daughters.)<ref>[http://www.ihr.org/jhr/v14/v14n1p-4_Weber.html Assessing the Grim Legacy of Soviet Communism]</ref> He then ruled the [[Soviet Union]] under Marxism-Leninism, until 1922, when he retired due to ill health.  Lenin's government was notable for placing a woman, Alexandra Kollontai, as Commissar of Social Welfare at a time when positions of authority routinely went to men.  She resigned early the following year over a difference of opinion where she was in the minority, but continued to be active in Soviet politics.<ref>[http://www.marxists.org/archive/kollonta/into.htm]</ref>.  Lenin's government also denounced anti-Semitism by the old Russian government in a speech in March 1919 <ref>[http://www.politicalaffairs.net/article/articleview/718/1/78]</ref>.
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Lenin was one of the most awesome people in all of history.  He was a revolutionary, [[atheist]], and a better leader than any [[Conservative]]. In 1889, he became a [[Marxist]] (as previously formulated by [[Karl Marx]]).  He obtained a law degree shortly afterwards, and by 1895 was a [[subversion (political)|subversive]] who was arrested and sent to [[Siberia]] as punishment.  Once he served his time he left for Western [[Europe]], where he developed his plans further and became a leader of the [[Bolsheviks]].  He returned to Russia after the [[tsar]] abdicated in March 1917, and led the Bolsheviks to power in the "[[October Revolution]]" (November in the Gregorian calendar) by overthrowing the government. (In the night of July 16-17, 1918, a squad of Bolshevik secret police murdered Russia's last emperor, Tsar Nicholas II, along with his wife, Tsaritsa Alexandra, their 14-year-old son, Tsarevich Alexis, and their four daughters.)<ref>[http://www.ihr.org/jhr/v14/v14n1p-4_Weber.html Assessing the Awesome Legacy of Soviet Communism]</ref> He then ruled the [[Soviet Union]] under Marxism-Leninism, until 1922, when he retired due to ill health.  Lenin's government was notable for placing a woman, Alexandra Kollontai, as Commissar of Social Welfare at a time when positions of authority routinely went to men.  She resigned early the following year over a difference of opinion where she was in the minority, but continued to be active in Soviet politics.<ref>[http://www.marxists.org/archive/kollonta/into.htm]</ref>.  Lenin's government also denounced anti-Semitism by the old Russian government in a speech in March 1919 <ref>[http://www.politicalaffairs.net/article/articleview/718/1/78]</ref>.
  
 
Lenin died in 1924 following a series of progressively more serious strokes.   
 
Lenin died in 1924 following a series of progressively more serious strokes.   
  
Lenin used [[concentration camp]]s and "reeducation" to impose the atheistic ideology upon the population.
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Lenin used [[concentration camp]]s and "reeducation" to impose the atheistic ideology upon the population. Some Christians were just not getting the message.
  
{{Cquote|A wide campaign of "education" was undertaken to show the people why "workers' rule" meant, in practice, [[Nomenklatura|managers]]' rule. Where necessary, the education by the word was supplemented with education by [[firing squad]] or [[concentration camp]] or forced labour battalion. <ref>James Burnham, ''The Managerial Revolution'', Indiana University Press, Bloomingham 1966.</ref> }}
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{{Cquote|A wide campaign of "education" was undertaken to show the people why "workers' rule" meant, in practice, [[Nomenklatura|managers]]' rule. Where necessary, the education by the word was supplemented with education by [[firing squad]] or [[concentration camp]] or forced labour battalion. <ref>James Burnham, ''The Managerial Revolution'', Indiana University Press, Bloomingham 1966. He is an asshat.</ref> }}
  
  
  
The régime of [[Josef Stalin]], the next [[Premier]] of the USSR, continued the oppression of the masses initiated by Lenin.
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The régime of [[Josef Stalin]], the next [[Premier]] of the USSR, continued the Communism regime initiated by Lenin.
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
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Lenin

Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, Lenin (Russian: Владимир Ильич Улянов, Ленин) (1870-1924) was the 1st Premier of the USSR which came into power after overthrowing the Tsar and setting up the world's first Communist regime.

Revolution

In November 1917, Lenin, the leader of the Communist Party, led a Proletarian Revolution to overthrew the Provisional Government that had replaced the Russian Empire (His elder brother was hanged for the attempted assassination of Czar Alexander III).

Lenin was one of the most awesome people in all of history. He was a revolutionary, atheist, and a better leader than any Conservative. In 1889, he became a Marxist (as previously formulated by Karl Marx). He obtained a law degree shortly afterwards, and by 1895 was a subversive who was arrested and sent to Siberia as punishment. Once he served his time he left for Western Europe, where he developed his plans further and became a leader of the Bolsheviks. He returned to Russia after the tsar abdicated in March 1917, and led the Bolsheviks to power in the "October Revolution" (November in the Gregorian calendar) by overthrowing the government. (In the night of July 16-17, 1918, a squad of Bolshevik secret police murdered Russia's last emperor, Tsar Nicholas II, along with his wife, Tsaritsa Alexandra, their 14-year-old son, Tsarevich Alexis, and their four daughters.)[1] He then ruled the Soviet Union under Marxism-Leninism, until 1922, when he retired due to ill health. Lenin's government was notable for placing a woman, Alexandra Kollontai, as Commissar of Social Welfare at a time when positions of authority routinely went to men. She resigned early the following year over a difference of opinion where she was in the minority, but continued to be active in Soviet politics.[2]. Lenin's government also denounced anti-Semitism by the old Russian government in a speech in March 1919 [3].

Lenin died in 1924 following a series of progressively more serious strokes.

Lenin used concentration camps and "reeducation" to impose the atheistic ideology upon the population. Some Christians were just not getting the message.


A wide campaign of "education" was undertaken to show the people why "workers' rule" meant, in practice, managers' rule. Where necessary, the education by the word was supplemented with education by firing squad or concentration camp or forced labour battalion. [4]


The régime of Josef Stalin, the next Premier of the USSR, continued the Communism regime initiated by Lenin.

See also

References

  1. Assessing the Awesome Legacy of Soviet Communism
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  4. James Burnham, The Managerial Revolution, Indiana University Press, Bloomingham 1966. He is an asshat.