This isn't a joke. Already in 2005, soon after The People's Cube was born, Google canceled us by removing the site from their search registry. Soon afterwards Cafepress canceled our "Che is Dead" t-shirts. In the next few years our numerous products also got canceled by Zazzle and Spreadshirt. Once we signed up on Facebook and Twitter, our posts got repeatedly canceled, our account suspended for days and weeks...MORE >>
The People's Cube is 16 years old - but that's in Laika-the-Space-Dog years. Our researchers at the Karl Marx Treatment Center tell us that to a human - which describes most of our members - it is only one year. So we are pretty young still, and maybe that's also why we're a bit disoriented about current events.MORE >>
If you think the events of the January 6th "insurrection" at the U.S. Capitol will never be faithfully described in an award-winning movie, you are mistaken. Such a fact-based movie had been made and released to critical acclaim last year, before the above events even occurred. It is titled "Dear Comrades!" and I watched it last night online. And so can you...MORE >>
Comrades! Fact Cheka wear is here!
Wear the spiffy red shirt to remind people that you're a Party™ member and that you too are watching. Relish the fear you instill in others just by wearing this t-shirt.
Denounced? No problem! The t-shirt also comes in GULAG grey and is made of durable fabric guaranteed to last as long as your prison sentence.MORE >>
Dating a dictator can be a scary and dangerous endeavor. But it also offers an opportunity to meet the authoritarian oppressor of your dreams, provided that the proper precautions are taken. Whether you are a young starry-eyed Utopian or have been around the eastern bloc for a while, everyone can benefit from these tips and guidelines for safe dictator-dating procedures...MORE >>
Mackey was conspiring to disseminate misinformation, my fellow travelers - everyone knows you have to vote repeatedly by mail or send in boxes of printed, unfolded voting forms after midnight to have a righteous election! I don't think this worthless prole even suggested connecting voting machines to the internet for manipulating tallies, as is properly done now in swing states.MORE >>
Impeaching Trump is not enough! We must impeach all Republicans who might run for president without Democratic-Socialist approval. We are open to nominations for The Executive Purge List from all approved members of The Party™ (we know who you are.)
There is currently only one "Protected Republican" on The Party™ Approval List, though "protection" is limited and temporary...MORE >>
it warms my old Soviet heart greatly to finally see Next Tuesday arriving, after all these years of waiting patiently!!
And among the many joys Next Tuesday brings is finally seeing white supremacist militia leaders like Mike Lindell of "MyPillow™" being unpersoned!
What a glorious new day is dawning!MORE >>
American Comrades! Welcome to the global fraternity of managerial regimes, theocracies and socialist dictatorships! Now that your last bastion of freedom has fallen, some of you might consider moving. This handy comparison table will help you choose your own preferred flavour of despotism. After all, the little differences between the regimes is what adds flavour to life. Until you get executed, that is. Enjoy!MORE >>
New addition to Newspeak 2.6:Peaceful protests:
"Breaking into private property to voice your opinion while harassing those inside and causing damage", synonym: warm expression of one's feelings, people doing what people do (cfr Pelosi, 2020).Domestic terrorism:
"Breaking into wherever politicans work to voice your opinion while harassing those inside and causing damage"; synonym: Coup attempt, right wing violence.MORE >>
I'm happy to report that I've just published my second book, Hotel USSR
. It's a story of а young man coming of age in a totalitarian state. He wants to be an artist but he isn't authorized to buy paints. He wants to see the world but the authorities brand him as politically unreliable. He wants to get married but the system separates him from his bride. He listens to Hotel California
and wishes he had their problems: he himself is stuck in a real-life trap that he "can never leave," and he calls it Hotel USSR. To check out, he must break every rule in the book.MORE >>