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    Default To call someone a czar is to call them an anti-communist

    The communists and the czar were on opposite sides of the civil war. They are mutually exclusive antonyms. To call someone a czar is to call them an anti-communist and to call someone a communist means they are anti-czar.

    You see, it was the conservative counter-revolutionaries who supported the czar while the communists sought to overthrow the autocracy.

    The last Russian Tsar, Nicholas II, ruled the Russian Empire until his abdication in March 1917, due in part to the strain of fighting in World War I. A short-lived Russian provisional government took power, to be overthrown in the 1917 October Revolution (N.S. November 1917) by revolutionaries led by the Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin.
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    There, now you're less ignorant and you can stop your idiotic 'communists/tsar' meme.



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    Thanks for clearing that up, J.T.

    Now help us with Hitler and the Commies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.T View Post
    The communists and the czar were on opposite sides of the civil war. They are mutually exclusive antonyms. To call someone a czar is to call them an anti-communist and to call someone a communist means they are anti-czar.

    You see, it was the conservative counter-revolutionaries who supported the czar while the communists sought to overthrow the autocracy.

    https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikiped...lution_of_1917

    There, now you're less ignorant and you can stop your idiotic 'communists/tsar' meme.
    Who is ALL or did you just mean Gaffer? Aren't you the "reich" winger ? :A person frequently engaging in outright propaganda, lies, and hate speech to promote those ideas. Skilled at using proven propaganda techniques and tactics that were artfully developed and practiced by members of Hitler's Third Reich. These tactics include but are not limited to: repeating proven, demonstrated, &/or obvious lies (Big Lie), never acknowledging errors and belittling opponents. Techniques include appealing to racism, bigotry, xenophobia, homophobia, and misogyny; ridiculing physical traits of opponents, and personally insulting opponents.

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    The more the leftists lose, the more we can expect to hear "retards", "reichwingers", hysterical posts pretending one big-government dictator is somehow different from another in any relevant way, etc., and the rest of their tired whines and diversions. Little jt is probably grateful to you two for answering his namecalling and giving his drivel some cloak of respect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.T View Post
    The communists and the czar were on opposite sides of the civil war. They are mutually exclusive antonyms. To call someone a czar is to call them an anti-communist and to call someone a communist means they are anti-czar.

    You see, it was the conservative counter-revolutionaries who supported the czar while the communists sought to overthrow the autocracy.

    https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikiped...lution_of_1917

    There, now you're less ignorant and you can stop your idiotic 'communists/tsar' meme.
    You know SOMETIMES I agree with what you post and others your just trying to be a complete DICK.. Like this thread. YOU know damn good and well the term Czar is used in relation to a political appointee in charge of a organization such as Drug Czar, or Car czar.. etc...

    Lets look at the definition.. shall we!!!

    World English Dictionary
    tsar or czar (zɑː, tsɑː, zɑː, tsɑː)
    n
    1. (until 1917) the emperor of Russia
    2. a tyrant; autocrat
    3. informal a public official charged with responsibility for dealing with a certain problem or issue: a drugs tsar
    4. informal a person in authority; leader
    5. (formerly) any of several S Slavonic rulers, such as any of the princes of Serbia in the 14th century

    Do YOU understand the difference in that and a RULER!!!
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