Which phrase from stalin’s speech is most clearly inflammatory?

Joseph Stalin was not his real name. He was born as Ioseb Besarionis dze Jughashvili in Georgia, in the Russian Empire on 18 December in 1878 and died on 5 March in 1953. He was the leader of the Soviet Union from 1922 until his death. He replaced Vladimir Lenin as leader of the Soviet Union. His ideas and policies turned the Soviet Union into a powerful, relatively modern nation, the largest on Earth. They also led to the deaths of millions of people. His form of government was later called Stalinism. Stalin invaded Poland on 18 September, 1939. In the following World War II, Stalin stayed neutral but signed a peace deal with Germany’s leader Adolf Hitler. He then led a blood-stained war after Germany invaded the Soviet Union. After the end of the war Stalin gained control of all Eastern Europe including part of Germany. There, a series of loyal Marxist-Leninist single-party states were created, extending his power and determining the Soviet Union’s position as a superpower. The Phrase from Stalin’s speech that is most inflammatory is: B. panic-mongers and rumor-mongers Just as a reference the word “monger” refers to a person who gets benefit from something, that is why the phrase is inflammatory for itself. He wanted the people to hate their enemies by suggesting that they got benefits from spreading rumors and panic and at the same time suggesting that they were liars too.

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