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Alexander Maistrovoy

  • Summary: 

    At a Party meeting, the Party leader addresses the audience: “All of you will be hanged tomorrow. Do you have questions?”

    Silence.

    The Party leader: “I will repeat the question. Tomorrow you all will be hanged. Does anybody want to say anything?”

    A timid voice is heard from the audience: “Shall we bring our own rope and soap or they will provide it to us?”

    This was a Soviet anecdote of the 70s.

    The world of Quisling’s followers, barbarian colonizers, and a submissive, or at best frightened, murmuring herd — this is the Western Europe of the 21st century

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