Above Trotsky and Frida Kahlo..
Here’s something you certainly don’t see everyday: footage of exiled Russian revolutionary Leon Trotsky speaking directly to a camera in 1932. At this time, Trotsky was living in Büyükada, an island off the coast of Turkey where he spent four years, but this was filmed in Denmark.
I guess Fox News was much more liberal back then, eh???
The war, (in the) post-war developments, including the Russian revolution, have [totally?] changed the economic, political, military and diplomatic face of our planet. The present crisis will mean a new era in history, new face is not a stable one, the equilibrium of Europe has become a bitter reminiscence (...?)
Europe, in general, has ceased to be the centre of the world, it is foolish to hope that Europe as it is will again occupy that position. The present terrific crisis, inspite of its devastating effects on the United States, will change the relation of forces still futher not in favour of Europe, but in favour of the United States and the colonial countries.
To see far it is best to see stand on the roof of a skyscraper, the most suitable point for observing the world panorama in every respect I consider to be New York.”
Clearly if the founder of the Red Army was around today, he’d be making his own YouTube videos, or be the host of his own MSNBC show.