Joke of the Week: Four-Day Working Week According to Stalin

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In response to the initiative voiced at the World Economic Forum in Davos on switching to a four-day working week, an online edition Georgia and World claimed that this initiative was first voiced by Joseph Stalin.

Georgia and World, January 30: “It is high time for the world to switch to a four-day working week – experts in Davos are returning to the principle unveiled by Stalin 70 years ago… Less labor will bring more benefits to both employers and employees; therefore, the world should switch to a four-day working week. According to, two Davos experts announced about it… It should be noted that it was Stalin, who first announced about reduction of working time and movement to a four-day working week and he was gradually introducing this principle in life.”

As it seems, the online edition meant the mitigation of workload by the end of the week, as a result of Stalinist repressions.

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