May 20, 2013
After state-sponsored atheism failed, the USSR gradually began allowing the Russian Orthodox Church to begin ministering once again. However, they had one condition: that Marx, Lenin, and Stalin be canonized as saints, so edicts from the Kremlin would appear to have the power of G-d behind them.
This is an ikon of Saint Iosif, c. 2003. 
I really don’t know whether to laugh or cry.

After state-sponsored atheism failed, the USSR gradually began allowing the Russian Orthodox Church to begin ministering once again. However, they had one condition: that Marx, Lenin, and Stalin be canonized as saints, so edicts from the Kremlin would appear to have the power of G-d behind them.

This is an ikon of Saint Iosif, c. 2003.

I really don’t know whether to laugh or cry.

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