Russian Revolution Analysis
King Louis 16: (Tapping his glass) Everybody, we are here today to talk about the Social contract and to discuss the guidelines to be a citizen because both the French revolution and the Russian revolution were both affected by it greatly.
Rasputin: (Standing up) Can I talk first, I had total control over all of Russia.
Nick II: No you did not, (to Rasputin) you over exaggerated every single detail. I had total control the whole time even if I was off at the front of World War I.
Rasputin: Your wife said “And guided by Him we shall get through this heavy time. It will be hard fighting, but a man of god is near to guard yr. boat safely through the reefs - little Sunny is standing as a rock behind you, firm and unwavering (Pg.70, reader). (Sits back down)
Locke: (To Rasputin and Nick II) It …show more content…
(Everyone yells yes) Number 1. Rule a backwards country, then use the three pillars of rule which are russify, artocracy, tied to the church, then rule a country with revolutionary movements and let the prisoners talk to each other. Emancipate serfs but do not give them land, next lose a war to an underdog, when people come for help shoot them. Nice one Nick. Then when you lose a war go to war in the balkans and get embarrassed, next depend on other countries for money. Get involved in a horrible war and then become the leader of the army even though you are not a general. Of course, you will like this Rasputin (Looks at rasputin) come from a line of diseased people and get your son cured by a crazy man. (Everyone claps and