The outside world watched, with great interest, the iron curtain of the great shop where the "liberation" of mankind was being fabricated. Occasionally, unmistakable signs of "progress" leaked out.
Much impressed, the outside world did not hesitate to accept the new Russia into its ranks. And the new Russia did not hesitate to spread its good will to the rest of the world.
Diplomatic acceptance gave the Soviets an opportunity to call for the laborers of the world to unite. The laborers of the Soviet Union, of course, were already united.