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According to an article in this week’sArgumenty i fakty, all who visit Lenin’s mausoleum on Red Square receive upto 700 roentgens of “black, invisible energy” which leaves them spirituallycrippled. “Burying [Lenin, the usual suggestion] is not enough,” the papersaid. “Christian rules for fighting satanism suggest that the corpse and allhis works should be burned. Perhaps then our country would be free ofsuffering.” Copyright (c) 1995 – The Jamestown Foundation

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