Have you seen Jay Carney’s Soviet propaganda posters?

Jay Carney’s family and home were debuted in a magazine called the Washingtonian. Here’s an interesting photo of their kitchen:


Notice the Soviet propaganda posters in the background? Here they are below:

“Comrade! [We want] YOU! Have you signed on to strengthen our motherland?”
Here’s the other one:


According to Business Insider:

The other poster features a female factory worker. According to this eBay seller, who is offering one for $1,660, the poster was printed on June 26, 1941, days after Russia began fighting the Axis powers in World War II. It encourages women take jobs vacated by men who have gone to fight. The woman in the poster is switching out a tag with a man’s name to one with hers and the text says:  “Women! Learn production, replace workers who went to the front! The stronger the hinterland – the stronger the front!

Carney and Shipman have a lot of history with Russia. They met in Moscow in the 1990s while he was writing for Time and she worked for CNN.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/soviet-propaganda-posters-jay-carney-2014-4#ixzz2ydrC1vyT

Surprised? No? Then, check out this other photo that has been heavily photoshopped to make it look like they have a lot of books. Notice the finger that got photoshopped too:


Thanks to RBPundit for highlighting all the photoshopped areas.

Comment Policy: Please read our comment policy before making a comment. In short, please be respectful of others and do not engage in personal attacks. Otherwise we will revoke your comment privileges.