Things are dull in the C.C.C.P.
In order to keep spirits high, the government floods the senses with propaganda and patriotic colors and flags. Most of all are the famous missile parades, the universal sign of a dictatorship.
On game day at a modern soccer arena, flags drape the sides of the stadium.
Even on the sides of brick tenements, brainwashing tactics penetrate the minds of the Soviet people.
At the factories, patriotism is inspired so the workers produce more to power the mighty Soviet economy.
Yes, in Soviet Russia, propaganda is very important because it inspires patriotism.
Patriotism provides that extra boost to keep the rusty gears of communism running smoothly.
After all, that's what Lenin would have wanted.
Mikeaut1: Thanks! I know that the Soviet style has been used before, but I wanted to put some more grit and story into it.
Benedict: Thank you!
Pan Gierek: Just plain old SPAM! Nice, isn't it?
SimHoTToDDy: Thank you so much. That really means alot coming from you, the Soviet CJ King!