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Once again the dark has gripped this ill-fated land
Famine, war, diseases, unnecessary pain
Something has to be done to find a way
Out of this destiny's sinister maze
Tension is growing, patience is running out
People are ready waiting for a command to start
Seems that the story will soon come to an end
Culprits can not escape the punishment
Years of despair have blackened their hearts,
Now they feel no remorse
Only one thing is left in their minds
A desire to kill their lords
Change of epochs brings hope, but was this one true?
Their past insanity is now replaced by a new
Once they get the power, oppressed start to oppress
Dissidents will become food for the human thirst for death
A new age of slavery has begun
Starting the script once again
No escape from this endless circle
Of human pain
* In 1917 owing to inadequate actions of emperor Nicholas II, the Civil War broke out, obliterating the lifes of more than 10 million people.
* The Bolsheviks who came to power carried out mass repressions, known as the Red Terror, during which in 1917-1921 2 million people were killed.
* During the 1930s and 1940s, massive Stalinist repressions were carried out, as a result of which more than 1.5 million people were shot and 3.5 million were sent to labor camps. More than 6 million people also died of starvation in the 1930s.
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I like the follow-up a lot more, but there's definitely room for this to grow. Such a talented band, with the ability to weave layer upon layer of atmosphere and wonder, but be incredibly brutal going about it osirisx3r0
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