if you move to Eastern Europe i recommend Volgograd Russia, Warsaw Poland, (hell no with Belarus) anywere in Ukraine. but in Russia might want to be carefull with highway robbers and thugs that attack tourists
Yeah my family is from Ukraine, Russia, and Poland. I've got a lot of relatives over there. But I was leaning more towards Russia. It's just, I'm really good with physics and would like to work in some space program. My main goal is to work with nuclear fusion propulsion systems. And as far as I'm concerned NASA is dead.
I don't think Communism and Slavery could ever exist in the same nation; think about Communism, or some degrees of Marxism and such, where everyone is equal, no class systems or what have you. Now look at slavery; in slavery, there has to be a least ONE slave caste to exist which is below the other classes; even if there are only two, the populace and the slaves, that's still technically a class system there, which is against a lot of communist values; of course, they might use criminals as slaves, but one could argue that to be a different thing altogether, as even Soviet Russia did that; that said, Soviet Russia did spend most of its days ruled by lunatics such as Stalin, who caused millions of people to die under his regime.
what's funny is, redneck is actually a reference to socialism. The red bandanas wore around the necks of the coal miners fighting to unionize during the Battle of Blair Mountain in West Virgina, which was the largest uprising in the U.S. since the civil war.
The red bandana around the neck has been a thing in armed conflicts involving organized labor forever, like the bandanas worn by the militias in the Spanish Civil war. A Journalist from New york referred to them as rednecks for the bandana. The battle of Blair Mountain, among a few other union conflicts in the Appalachians are some of the more interesting parts of U.S. history, never taught in history class. There is actually a significant amount of U.S. history like that, never taught in schools, like Jack London not only being a socialist writer, but being a favorite author of both Trotsky and Lenin (funny, an American socialist influencing a Russian one) Or Helen Keller's Anarchist works, or even the involvement and influence American anarchists had in the Irish war of independence. Hell, both the pledge of allegiance and the song "this land is our land" are written by socialists. A friend of mine is writting an essay on the battle of blair mountain, that I'll send off in every which way on the web, I'll probably post it both on my blog, and on the blog Black Rose Revolution .
yep, I even saw it on a documentary on the history channel once. The sunburn theory probably came to prominence because of the red scares have lead to a lot of white washing over a lot of american socialist history, like Jack London, the author of call of the wild, being a socialist politician.
Funny story, One time when playing Victoria as Mexico, the CSA secceded from USA (just as planned) got into a ten year war and won their independence and right to own slaves (just as planned). The new government lasted all of twelve weeks. The communist "Brothers of the Revolution" overthrew them and abolished slavery (not as planned)
Two enemies in one flag... well this is an awkward mindfuck... and I don't know if it would be better to drink vodka or drink whiskey in this case... what accent do I use... Southern Russian... *ramble ramble* But good job anways
they have a lot of neo Nazis my friend went down to Alabama to visit family and he got bashed up by neo nazis and the police down there did nothing. the police are still racist my friend is african american and the police were calling him boy. like what are your kind doing her boy omg he never wants to back