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2009-08-08 12:52:13
This is too funny!!!
2009-08-08 03:09:23
One of the standard themes in Soviet art was 'Lenin in Zurich.' This was a sculpture or painting showing Lenin, in exile in Switzerland, dressed in a greatcoat and workingman's cap, standing on some Alpine crag and gazing off into the distance, visualizing the future dictatorship of the proletariat. When the Politburo built themselves a new meeting hall, they decided that an enormous 'Lenin in Zurich' painting would be just the thing for decoration. So they held an All-Union competition to pick an artist, brought him to Moscow, provided him with paints and a 4-meter-tall canvas, and said, 'Lenin in Zurich. Six weeks. Have it finished.' On the appointed day, the members of the Politburo file into the newly completed hall where the great painting is covered by a drop cloth. When they are all ready, the artist pulls the cloth aside to reveal -- not Lenin. It's Nadezhda Krupskaya -- Mrs. Lenin! Naked! In bed! With Leon Trotsky! The first Politburo member to recover from the shock of seeing this sacrilege gasps, 'Where's Lenin?' And the artist says, 'He's in Zurich!'