>drive him to suicide.
Were you there! I was comforting him, helping him on his last days of Earth, doing my best to make sure that he wouldn't do it. I couldn't stop him, but it was better that way than to be killed by some beast. He didn't want to partake in this disgusting system and I couldn't blame him. He killed himself knowing he would keep the mantle of Stalin high, while people like Saku were revisionist who would do whatever it took to get to the top. What did it lead. Did it lead to success. In the eyes of the people, it didn't.