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Keeping Lenin's body fresh: Should the Russian government spend its funds this way?

  • Yes, the Russian government should spend its funds this way.

    The Russian authorities this coming year are going to devote approximately $200 ,000 for perform maintenance on Lenin's conserved figure. It really is very costly to ensure that it stays this way. They invested ninety two years maintaining Lenin’s physique. He was an important figure in Russia’s history and should be respected.

  • No, but it does.

    No, the Russian government should not spend its money to keep Lenin's body looking fresh, but are you surprised? Many countries in the world use their funds for things that do not make sense when there are starving people alive at the same time. Just a fraction of that money could help to save people's lives.

  • No, there are more important matters to tend to.

    No, I don't think it's important to keep a past figure's body fresh. They should bury or cremate him and move on. There are far more pressing issues that the Russian government can spend its funds on, including education, job training, affordable housing, and creating jobs for people who are unemployed or underemployed.

  • No, they should not.

    The amount of attention that has been paid to what is basically a bunch of rotting flesh and bones is rediculous. There is no way that Lenin will ever come back to life, and even if he did, he would not come back in this body. Russia has allowed living people to starve in order to pay for his care.


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