40 years of work leaves you with $100/month, not enough to pay for utilities.
The rest goes to first-class citizens who worship all things Soviet.
Woman 3: I, Valentyna Volodymirivna, want to particularly address Lukyanov and Chechetov: What do I have to do — how should I get down on my knees before you — so I’LL NEVER SEE YOU AGAIN HERE? HOW CAN YOU SAY THAT, HUH? YOU SHAMELESS ONES! I’ve worked for 40 years, I’m disabled due to cancer, and my father died during the first days there, in the war. He wants to see your flag? He doesn’t want to see this humiliation that you cause us! And you think he has interest in your flag! You can put it wherever you want, put it on, go out, have fun, get drunk in your palaces! But don’t touch us. And you [opposition] keep fighting. As sick as we are, we’ll help you. Trust us. And our grandchildren stand ready to help you. So that we’ll never have to see and hear these “wand wavers” [imitates Chechetov] — illiterate “wand wavers” — because all they have is their big mouths, down to their knees! I’m sorry, I’m sorry.
Signing the Soviet flag into law
Shut up, you crazy old Untermenschen!
Go dig a grave and wait for the go-ahead from the AMF!
Arbeit Macht Frei!