Therefore, the republic will begin to organize tourism for pensioners to the occupied and war-torn Abkhazia. Not just somewhere to a resort, but straight to Stalin’s summer house and New Athos, so that at the same time they absorb glorifying the king and the communist cult of personality more actively, and also understand that the occupation is good, because they give vouchers for trips.
Are the pensioners Muslims? It is not a problem, they will try to convert them to a new faith there.
A total of 15 thousand rubles are allocated per a person, and the initial program is intended for 1,300 pensioners over 55 years old.
The monasteries on New Athos were closed by the Stalinists in 1924 precisely because of their opposition to the Kremlin authorities. Now it is the other way around – the new KGB (the State Security Committee) generation of “monks” is teaching the population to obey the Kremlin, and the Khabirov’ supporters are going to send new students there.
I wonder how many of these travelers will think why Stalin had such rich summer houses throughout the USSR, if he was always presented in history as practically impoverished and selfless?