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Wreath With Inscription “To German Spy” Laid At Monument To Lenin In Biarozauka

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PHOTO: YURY DZIASHUK

Photos with activists’ wreath have been posted on social networks.

Local activists in the town of Biarozauka, Hrodna region, decided to celebrate Vladimir Lenin’s birthday with a performance: they brought a wreath with skulls and an inscription “To A German Spy” to lay at its monument, Belsat reports.

Photos with activists’ wreath have been posted on social networks.

“A man in a thousand would remember that one of the bloodthirsty terrorists of mankind, Vladimir Lenin, was born today,” – Yury Dziashuk writes.

Vladimir Lenin (1870-1924) – the leader of the October Revolution and one of the founders of the USSR. During his reign, during the Civil War in the expanses of the former Russian Empire, mass terror was carried out against certain social classes and all those non-content who were dissatisfied with the rule of the Bolsheviks.

In 1917, he returned from emigration to Russia through the territory of Germany, which was at war with Russia at that time. The permits for Lenin and other revolutionaries’ passage in a sealed wagon were given directly by the German authorities. There is also information that the Bolshevik Party was receiving money from German intelligence on a direct basis. Because of this, a lot of his contemporaries called Lenin a “German spy,” although he did not formally work for the German special services.