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Uploaded on Jul 21, 2008
-Writing, directing, and editing by Evan Topham
-Narration by Brad Wilson
-Music by Henry Purcell, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Gioacchino Rossini
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Since this video's release, people have felt inclined to do one of two things - either bash me for being Communist -OR- praise me for being a fellow comrade. Let me be perfectly clear that this video does not reveal my standpoint on Communism. Instead, it parodies the American mindset on Russian Communism.
You should know that this video was NOT made to viewed by tens of thousands of people. When I was in high school, I had the chance to make videos that would be viewed by the entire student body. Since there was no real guidelines as to what I should make, I thought it would be funny to make a McCarthy style documentary warning students and faculty about the dangers of a particular cartoon that nobody even watches anymore. Hearing the USSR National Anthem boom throughout a public American campus was perhaps one of the funniest moments of my high school years. I suppose the message I'm trying to get across to the viewers is this; take this video with a grain of salt - the whole six minutes and thirty seconds is one big long joke anyways. Watch it for what it's worth.
By the way, I'm not Russian nor have I ever been to Russia. I do have an uncanny taste for vodka though.
-UPDATE-2/8/12- Once I reach 1 million views on this video, I will be making a EXTRAS video featuring material not included in this documentary, the making of this video, my personal thoughts on the matter, and answers to frequently asked questions regarding The Smurfs and Communism.
So please share this video to your fellow comrades on your facebook, twitter, blog, ect. and help spread the word!