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From Duterte's thread:

 

On 31/07/2017 at 13:12, Spade_Cooley said:

"Duterte is the Philippines' #1 drug addict" claims opposition politician Jose Maria Sison.

 

Great intel, although whether you take this as a reduced life expectancy for Roddy or Sison is up to you.

 

 

Jose Maria Sison aka Joma Sison reportedly dead: https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2022/12/17/2231445/cpp-founder-joma-sison-dies-83

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Wow, Eastern Bloc nonagenarian commies falling like flies!

 

Rhyzkov should really hide somewhere...

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Hans Modrow, second to the last (before Lothar de Maiziere) head of government of East Germany has died aged 95

https://www.tagesschau.de/inland/hans-modrow-gestorben-101.html

He was the last to bear the title of « Chairman of the Council of the Ministers »as De Maiziere was « Minister President »
 

I also put it in « Political Frailty », I don’t know which topic is more suitable 

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I did a list of the remaining living Soviet ministers (excluding Ryzhkov as well as Silayev and Gorby who were alive back then) and the list looks a bit like it'll be three times smaller in two years. A couple of them could be dead already. The average age of those remaining is probably over 86. Here are the oldest ones:

Boris Kravtsov (1922) Minister of Justice 1984-1989

Gennady Voronovsky (1924) Minister of Electrical Industry 1985-1986

Lev Vasilyev (1925-2023) Minister of Mechanical Engineering for Light and Food Industry and Household Appliances 1984-1988

Nikolai Lukonin (1928) Minister of Atomic Energy 1986-1989

Vitaly Chudin (1929) Minister of Construction, Road and Municipal Engineering 1980-1985

 

While never a minister Khrushchev/Brezhnev soviet tv boss and Nuremberg trials participant Enver Mamedov's probably a near future death. Now 99, he was already incredibly frail and on oxygen nearly three years ago. 

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Egon Krenz is probably the prime candidate for last surviving old-school / Eastern Bloc commie.

He's 85 years old now, and was at a book reading three weeks ago, still looking stable, and generally makes an upbeat impression:

https://www.nnn.de/lokales/rostock/artikel/egon-krenz-liest-aus-biografie-aufbruch-und-aufstieg-in-rostock-43973813

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2 minutes ago, gcreptile said:

Egon Krenz is probably the prime candidate for last surviving old-school / Eastern Bloc commie.

He's 85 years old now, and was at a book reading three weeks ago, still looking stable, and generally makes an upbeat impression:

https://www.nnn.de/lokales/rostock/artikel/egon-krenz-liest-aus-biografie-aufbruch-und-aufstieg-in-rostock-43973813

Cough cough... Ryzhkov...cough.

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1 minute ago, drol said:

Cough cough... Ryzhkov...cough.

I saw the thread, but Krenz will survive him, imo.

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14 minutes ago, gcreptile said:

I saw the thread, but Krenz will survive him, imo.

To be fair, we could say that Krenz is the last surviving communist head of state/premier though it was only for a few months 

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Newcomer in the top 100 oldest state leaders list is former Head of State of PR Kampuchea (now Cambodia), ancient socialist and former Khmer Rouge member Heng Samrin. He's still very active, at 88 still serving as the President of the National Assembly, looks much better than most other current Cambodian govt members and I don't think he'll die anytime soon.

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2 hours ago, gcreptile said:

I saw the thread, but Krenz will survive him, imo.

If Krenz will live more or less for another decade, he will end up on the DL. Would be a too big relic to miss.

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Soviet relic Kallibek Kamalov, leader of the Karakalpak ASSR for 20 years (1963-1984), made a rare appearance (and did a speech) at an event of Uzbekistan dictator Shavkat Mirziyoyev's "Liberal" "Democratic" Party either last week or earlier this week:

97 years old. Looks slightly better than that corpse next to him, likely another Soviet relic but I can't recognize him.

 

Edit: Should be the oldest living Soviet politician after Boris Kravtsov (1922), Nizoramo Zaripova (1923) and Lev Vasilyev (1925-2023). There's some I'm not 100% sure are alive, most notably Gennady Voronovsky (1924), politician/military commander Mikhail Popkov (1924-2023), Nikolay Shubnikov (1924) and former Central Committee member Raisa Dementyeva (1925-2022). Dementyeva if still alive would be one of the two or three still living 25th central committee members. 

 

 

 

Are Song Binbin (1949) and Steel Warrior Mai Xiande (1945) the last living great heroes of Mao-era propaganda? 

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Chilean communist leader Guillermo Teillier hospitalised for the 4th time in eight months.

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On 04/04/2005 at 13:51, Guest Commie Hunter said:

Logic of GreenFranz:

 

Fascism killed 11 million people its wrong and all fascism should be stopped

 

Communism killed 100 million people - It wasnt practiced right lets give communism another chance :ph34r:

 

next thing he is going to say "you evil fascist capitalist pig" or something along those lines

I hope you are having fun rotting in hell.

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Fascism: Let's discriminate against the downtrodden.

Communism: Let's discriminate against the lucky.

 

How about we don't discriminate against anyone?!

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7 minutes ago, DaDeathGuy said:

Communism: Let's discriminate against the lucky.

Oh yes, all the peasants they put in goulag or starve to death were for sure lucky and rich !

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47 minutes ago, Sinbabad said:

Oh yes, all the peasants they put in goulag or starve to death were for sure lucky and rich !

That's why jealousy is one of the Deadly Sins. It will lead to more evil and eventually, the people will grin when they hear "counter-revolutionaries" are being sent to camps.

Just as the hatred and anger of fascism leads to hurting many innocent people.

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2 hours ago, DaDeathGuy said:

Fascism: Let's discriminate against the downtrodden.

Communism: Let's discriminate against the lucky.

 

How about we don't discriminate against anyone?!

when you definitely know what fascism and communism are.

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21 minutes ago, Tango854 said:

when you definitely know what fascism and communism are.

Speak to me like a man or don't speak to me.

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3 hours ago, DaDeathGuy said:

Speak to me like a man or don't speak to me.

You are illiterate and should not be engaged in any form of politics whatsoever.

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41 minutes ago, Tango854 said:

You are illiterate and should not be engaged in any form of politics whatsoever.

You got nothing buddy. Bet you're a Russian too.

You see something anti-communist and fly off the handle because you know everyone thinks you ain't worth a shit.

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11 hours ago, DaDeathGuy said:

You got nothing buddy. Bet you're a Russian too.

You see something anti-communist and fly off the handle because you know everyone thinks you ain't worth a shit.

You know nothing of the post soviet collapse and the current fascist russian state buddy. Log off and never speak on anything again.

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7 hours ago, Tango854 said:

You know nothing of the post soviet collapse and the current fascist russian state buddy. Log off and never speak on anything again.

Who can't speak on this issue? The guy trying to shut down the discussion because he knows he's wrong.

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