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Murderous Villain Test

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Vladimir Lenin

Vladimir Lenin
Dictator of the Soviet Union
"Trust is good. Control is better."

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Personality Match

Like Vladimir Lenin, you are confident in your intellectual ability and supremely driven to improve the world according to your vision - even if it means you have to steamroll those who fail to understand how your way is better. You probably think that it takes a special and unique kind of person to understand the full merit of your abilities and therefore see little reason to listen to others anyway. Our advice to you is to not be so dismissive of other people's input - but we don't expect that you are willing to take it.

Words of Warning

Points to consider for people with your personality - have you ever:

  • Been so possessed by an intellectual idea that you felt it was the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, feeling that you simply had to implement it in the real world, no matter the cost?
  • Misconstrued the motives of others, believing they were out to belittle or diminish you, throwing acerbic sarcasm in their faces when all they wanted was to call your attention to their perspective as well?
  • Lived so thoroughly in your head that you vacillated between binge-eating, drinking, etc. and then practically fasting?
  • Construed yourself as the sole light of the world, neglecting to give credit to the people whose contributions were in some sense a prerequisite of yours?
  • Used your analytical acumen to vehemently point out the flaws and deficiencies in the doings of others, while seeing little need to state the good?

Scientific Research

According to studies from Cambridge University (UK) and Texas AM University (US), your scores indicate that you are:

  • Likely to have a richer vocabulary than the average person.
  • Likely to be more knowledgeable than the average person on political and societal issues.
  • Likely to have a quicker understanding of abstract concepts and ideas than the average person.
  • More deliberate and thorough in your actions than the average person.
  • Someone who is more reserved in social situations than the average person.
  • Someone who has an easier time concentrating for long periods of time than the average person.
  • Someone who likes to take more time to size people up and get to know them before you open up than the average person.
  • More planful, organized, and goal-oriented than the average person.
  • Likely to have had a higher grade point average in school than the average person.
  • Less likely than the average person to ever have cheated on your homework, exams, or a loved one.
  • More likely than the average person to leave an orderly room when you go to work in the morning.
  • More critical, cold-headed, and detached than the average person.
  • More suspicious of the motives of others than the average person and quicker to detect a lie or an attempt to manipulate you than the average person.
  • More at ease with making cynical and tough decisions than the average person.
  • More likely than the average person to be barbed and acerbic with people who irritate you.
  • More preoccupied with the give and take of social relations than the average person; someone who spends much time pondering the impressions that people make on one another and their feelings and views.
  • Likely to change moods more frequently than the average person and to tense up when subjected to stress.
  • More alert to threats and stressors in your environment than the average person, knowing that you must take care of yourself to maintain your balance and cool.
  • Likely to be worse at performing under pressure than the average person, being someone who needs their space in order to operate at their best.
  • Amazingly, your personality is simply too smooth and well-rounded for this study to be able to say anything about you.

Historical Background

Vladimir Lenin (1870-1924) was a Russian Socialist politician and political theorist. After being expelled from school for anti-Czar activities he became a Marxist. Upon being exiled to Siberia, he fled to Europe and went on to found the Bolshevik Party. In 1917, after the Czar was removed from power, he returned to Russia. Lenin and Leon Trotsky were the main architects of the October Revolution, which dissolved the temporary government, crushed the feeding democratic developments in Russia and ultimately put the Bolshevik Party in Power.

Lenin was the first leader of the Soviet Union, which he ruled from 1917 until his death in 1924. During his tenure, the government instituted a series of measures that nationalized large industries, closed the free press, and set up concentration camps, and he personally ordered the killing of thousands of political opponents. Lenin's beliefs are known as Marxist-Leninism or simply Leninism and have been highly influential for many revolutionary groups and movements during the twentieth century.

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