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In what specific work about the Gulag does it suggest that the inmates had to log at -60 naked and fed with plutonium chloride? This sounds really over the top and propaganda-like. Even the Nazis did not invent something so immediately lethal, and it was \'\'them\'\', not Soviets, who built camps for extermination rather than forced labor. Stalin preferred his free work drones to be alive and busy, not frozen and poisoned to death, thank you very much, and people whom he wanted to see dead were unsophisticatedly shot point blank with pistols, none of such sadism. He was a very rational sociopath, not the raving lunatic propaganda portrays him to be. It\'s Solzhenitsyn, right? Please, someone, identify this example and move it to Literature, since it clearly has nothing to do with RealLife.
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In what specific work about the Gulag does it suggest that the inmates had to log at -60 naked and fed with plutonium chloride? This sounds really over the top and propaganda-like. Even the Nazis did not invent something so immediately lethal, and it was \\\'\\\'them\\\'\\\', not Soviets, who built camps for extermination rather than forced labor. Stalin preferred his unpaid work drones to be alive and busy, not frozen and poisoned to death, thank you very much, and people whom he wanted to see dead were unsophisticatedly shot point blank with pistols, none of such sadism. He was a very rational sociopath, not the raving lunatic propaganda portrays him to be. It\\\'s Solzhenitsyn, right? Please, someone, identify this example and move it to Literature, since it clearly has nothing to do with RealLife.
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In what specific work about the Gulag does it suggest that the inmates had to log at -60 naked and fed with plutonium chloride? This sounds really over the top and propaganda-like. Even the Nazis did not invent something so immediately lethal, and it was \'\'them\'\', not Soviets, who built camps for extermination rather than forced labor. Stalin preferred his free work drones to be alive and busy, not frozen and poisoned to death, thank you very much, and people whom he wanted to see dead were unsophisticatedly shot point blank with pistols, none of such sadism. It\'s Solzhenitsyn, right? Please, someone, identify this example and move it to Literature, since it clearly has nothing to do with RealLife.
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In what specific work about the Gulag does it suggest that the inmates had to log at -60 naked and fed with plutonium chloride? This sounds really over the top and propaganda-like. Even the Nazis did not invent something so immediately lethal, and it was \\\'\\\'them\\\'\\\', not Soviets, who built camps for extermination rather than forced labor. Stalin preferred his free work drones to be alive and busy, not frozen and poisoned to death, thank you very much, and people whom he wanted to see dead were unsophisticatedly shot point blank with pistols, none of such sadism. He was a very rational sociopath, not the raving lunatic propaganda portrays him to be. It\\\'s Solzhenitsyn, right? Please, someone, identify this example and move it to Literature, since it clearly has nothing to do with RealLife.
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In what specific work about the Gulag does it suggest that the inmates had to log at -60 naked and fed with plutonium chloride? This sounds really over the top and propaganda-like. Even the Nazis did not invent something so immediately lethal, and it was \'\'them\'\', not Soviets, who built camps for extermination rather than forced labor. Stalin preferred his free work drones to be alive and busy, not frozen and poisoned to death, thank you very much, and people whom he wanted to see dead were unsophisticatedly shot point blank with pistols, none of such sadism. It\'s Solzhenitsyn, right?
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In what specific work about the Gulag does it suggest that the inmates had to log at -60 naked and fed with plutonium chloride? This sounds really over the top and propaganda-like. Even the Nazis did not invent something so immediately lethal, and it was \\\'\\\'them\\\'\\\', not Soviets, who built camps for extermination rather than forced labor. Stalin preferred his free work drones to be alive and busy, not frozen and poisoned to death, thank you very much, and people whom he wanted to see dead were unsophisticatedly shot point blank with pistols, none of such sadism. It\\\'s Solzhenitsyn, right? Please, someone, identify this example and move it to Literature, since it clearly has nothing to do with RealLife.
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In what specific work about the Gulag does it suggest that the inmates had to log at -60 naked and fed with plutonium chloride? This sounds really over the top and propaganda-like. Even the Nazis did not invent something so immediately lethal, and it was \'\'them\'\', not Soviets, who built camps for extermination rather than forced labor. Stalin preferred his free work drones to be alive and busy, not frozen and poisoned to death, thank you very much, and peoples whom he wanted to see dead were unsophistically shot point blank with pistols, none of such sadism. It\'s Solzhenitsyn, right?
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In what specific work about the Gulag does it suggest that the inmates had to log at -60 naked and fed with plutonium chloride? This sounds really over the top and propaganda-like. Even the Nazis did not invent something so immediately lethal, and it was \\\'\\\'them\\\'\\\', not Soviets, who built camps for extermination rather than forced labor. Stalin preferred his free work drones to be alive and busy, not frozen and poisoned to death, thank you very much, and people whom he wanted to see dead were unsophisticatedly shot point blank with pistols, none of such sadism. It\\\'s Solzhenitsyn, right?
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In what specific work about the Gulag does it suggest that the inmates had to log at -60 naked and fed with plutonium chloride? This sounds really over the top and propaganda-like. Even the Nazis did not invent something so immediately lethal, and it was \'\'them\'\', not Soviets, who built camps for extermination rather than forced labor. Stalin preferred his free work drones to be alive and busy, not frozen and poisoned to death, thank you very much. It\'s Solzhenitsyn, right?
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In what specific work about the Gulag does it suggest that the inmates had to log at -60 naked and fed with plutonium chloride? This sounds really over the top and propaganda-like. Even the Nazis did not invent something so immediately lethal, and it was \\\'\\\'them\\\'\\\', not Soviets, who built camps for extermination rather than forced labor. Stalin preferred his free work drones to be alive and busy, not frozen and poisoned to death, thank you very much, and peoples whom he wanted to see dead were unsophistically shot point blank with pistols, none of such sadism. It\\\'s Solzhenitsyn, right?
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In what specific work about the Gulag does it suggest that the inmates had to log at -60 naked and fed with plutonium chloride? This sounds really over the top and propaganda-like. Even the Nazis did not invent something so immediately lethal, and it was \'\'them\'\', not Soviets, who built camps for extermination rather than forced labor. Stalin preferred his free work drones to be alive, thank you very much. It\'s Solzhenitsyn, right?
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In what specific work about the Gulag does it suggest that the inmates had to log at -60 naked and fed with plutonium chloride? This sounds really over the top and propaganda-like. Even the Nazis did not invent something so immediately lethal, and it was \\\'\\\'them\\\'\\\', not Soviets, who built camps for extermination rather than forced labor. Stalin preferred his free work drones to be alive and busy, not frozen and poisoned to death, thank you very much. It\\\'s Solzhenitsyn, right?
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In what specific work about the Gulag does it suggest that the inmates had to log at -60 naked and fed with plutonium chloride? This sounds really over the top and propaganda-like. Even the Nazis did not invent something so immediately lethal, and it was \'\'them\'\', not Soviets, who built camps for extermination rather than forced labor. It\'s Solzhenitsyn, right?
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In what specific work about the Gulag does it suggest that the inmates had to log at -60 naked and fed with plutonium chloride? This sounds really over the top and propaganda-like. Even the Nazis did not invent something so immediately lethal, and it was \\\'\\\'them\\\'\\\', not Soviets, who built camps for extermination rather than forced labor. Stalin preferred his free work drones to be alive, thank you very much. It\\\'s Solzhenitsyn, right?
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In what specific work about the Gulag does it suggest that the inmates had to log at -60 naked and fed with plutonium chloride? This sounds really over the top and propaganda-like. It\'s Solzhenitsyn, right?
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In what specific work about the Gulag does it suggest that the inmates had to log at -60 naked and fed with plutonium chloride? This sounds really over the top and propaganda-like. Even the Nazis did not invent something so immediately lethal, and it was \\\'\\\'them\\\'\\\', not Soviets, who built camps for extermination rather than forced labor. It\\\'s Solzhenitsyn, right?
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