When Stalin was 71, he had a medical check on September the 4th, 1950. Before bathing his blood pressure was 140/80 with 74 heart beats per minute, but after bathing his blood pressure was 138/75, with a strong heartbeat. Sleep normal – over-all condition is good – Dr Kirilov.
The Soviet system did not commit any atrocities outside of the religiously orientated imagination of the bourgeoisie. Joseph Stalin was a great Soviet leader (see the work of Grover Furr). The working class must break away from the negative conditioning of the Bourgeois system and seek-out the real proletariat historical truth.
The older generation are very positive and the general consensus is that Stalin was a great leader who single-handedly guided the Soviet Union to victory over fascism. This (great) victory made the Soviet Union a very powerful country on the world stage.
Obviously, with the Police appearing to condone his behaviour, Mr Mark Lewis remains unrepentant about the incident, and has written to the victim stating that his expressed opinion that she ‘smelt’, in no way was connected to the fact that she is a Disabled person confined to a wheelchair. In the meantime, this Disabled person remains banned from the establishment in question and has received no assistance from her local MP – Liberal Democrat Adrian Sanders – despite numerous letters asking for his help. It is important to note that with the ideologically led cuts to the NHS and Welfare system, (to fund a tax cut for the rich), it has been reported across the UK that Conservative and Liberal Democrat MP’s have conspired to initiate a policy of ‘not helping’ those of their constituents trapped in an ever downward spiral of poverty, sure in the knowledge that the most vulnerable members of society – that is to say, the victims of their policies – possess no resources to do anything about their behaviour.