900 years after Putin, a man called Viktor Menshelyev became president of Russia. He was a cruel and oppressive man, changing laws to suit his needs. With a loyal core of supporters, none dared challenge him. None, that is, until the second revolution. A cell of insurrectionists, led by a man called Yakov Marx, managed to besiege and capture the Kremlin. 5 days after that, Menshelyev was shot. Yakov Marx established a communist government that his ancestor, Karl, would have been proud of. Without the corruption that was iconic of cold war era USSR, the influence of the New USSR spread throughout the
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Menshelyev would regularly have his men round up groups of
Starting November 7, 2917, and lasting for only 2 days, the revolution was fairly bloodless. Menshelyev was arrogant enough to think that people were too scared of him to do anything. He posted very few guards, and those guards were sedated easily. It was at Menshelyev's office that the problems started. His elite guards were posted there, and it took Marx's
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