So not only did Nicholas II have a cool dragon tattoo from his Japan trip…
… but was also ripped and looksmaxxed, esp. by 1900s standards.
That was an unexpected find and I swear I wasn't even doing such a specific search.
It's Tsar Nicholas II.
At Tsarskoye Selo. pic.twitter.com/YLZf0Md6pL
— Marina Amaral (@marinamaral2) October 29, 2020
Imagine trading that glorious physique for Der Untermensch made flesh:
Some wits on Twitter made the observation that perhaps the October Revolution, contingent as it was on a set of freak coincidences, may have been entirely ruled out had widespread audio-visual media such as the TV rolled out a generation earlier.
Ordinary Russians would have been too repelled by the dystrophic physiognomies and strange accents.
период после первичного толчка индустриализации и до послевоенного уровня коммуникаций был ОЧЕНЬ странным
заводы, поезда, телеграф и пр. наделили класс паразитов-утопистов невероятной силой при отсутствии сдерживающих факторов в виде массовой публики
рецепт для катастрофы
— Диоген ТВ (@diogen_tv) October 29, 2020
☑️Vindictive shits to normal people
☑️Physical Cowards but overtly sadistic
☑️Eventually put into their place (Mass Grave) by Easterner https://t.co/qbg1tzoVsK
— Irkutyanin (@Irkutyanin1) October 29, 2020