Let’s laugh at some Commies

| September 18, 2020

We’ve all seen North Koreans marching to the Bee Gees;

Many have seen the Chinese marching to Daft Punk;

Now, prepare yourself for perhaps the most enjoyable. Soviets dancing to all manner of modern pop music.

The whole Twitter feed is pretty entertaining. Find it here; https://twitter.com/communistbops 

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Doc Savage

Too early…..too early…not enuff coffee…..


“…North Koreans marching to the Bee Gees;”

Guilty. *grin* Those Rooskis are pretty good, though.


Where are the windup keys on these toys?

5th/77th FA

OK, I’ve figured out y’all’s problem this morning. This ‘splains it all, Lucy!


Wish we had music for all those weekend parades at Fort Monmouth.
Thanks for the horrifying ptsd trigger.


Those gave me flashbacks of Berlin. Summer was prep for parades, practice practice practice, actual parade followed by critique. My company (A 2/6 Inf) had the honor guard platoon and they drilled with M-14’s with wooden stocks.

Each summer all our vehicles were repainted for the parades and we used tire black on the tires. Except for parades we only used our M-113 Armored Personnel Carriers once in the field in Berlin while I was there.

Our parade practice site, Platz der 4 Juli, next to McNair Barracks, which has now been converted to condominiums with rooftop gardens.

McNair Barracks per wikipedia: Built in the 1930s, the structure originally housed the Telefunken headquarters and factory, until 1941 a joint venture of Siemens & Halske (S & H) and Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft. During the years of National Socialism, the buildings were mainly used for development and production of military equipment, and the radar-guided flak system was perfected there. In 1945 the Telefunken plant was converted into barracks for occupation soldiers, for which the German government paid the owners of the site a yearly rent for its use as an army barracks.


North Korean parade with “You dropped the bomb on me” music:

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It looks like one helluva party, though.


Ngl, I enjoyed the Soviet troops to that awful song.

A Proud Infidel®™

Doo-da Commie Boogie!


Do dat Commie boogie, red boy. Do that Commie boogie right!


Lambeth Walk redux. Heh.


Hmmmmm …. those Chicom infantry helmets look familiar. Do we buy ours from alibaba.com?