Comrade Stalin Attends a Wedding by Wilson James

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(SHORT STORY): When it comes to weddings among the fraternal comrades in America, even in this relaxed day and age, the happy couple must take great care with the
guest list.  Sadly, this is not always the case.

Overcome with enthusiasm and a sincere desire to share their happiness, Comrades
Ludmilla Alexandrova and Oliver Dinkle, of Portland, Oregon, invite Comrade
Stalin to their wedding.  Yes, he's been dead for decades, but so what?  They send off the neatly embossed invitation, all the way to Moscow.

A few days later, and much to their ecstatic surprise, Comrade Stalin accepts their
invitation.  Ludmilla and Oliver jump for joy.  Truly, Comrade Stalin showers the
people with boundless, fraternal affection.

However, Comrade Stalin--whose unparalleled ability to ferret out careerism, corruption,
and treason is legendary--has discovered that the happy couple is not all that
they appear to be.  Once again, it is Comrade Stalin's solemn duty to protect the workers, peasants, and working intellectuals from the malignant attacks of counterrevolution and bourgeois deviationism.

Truly it has been said that no one has ever found a substitute for stalwart vigilance.

About Wilson James

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Published December 20, 2013 14 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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