An altogether nasty, murderous man. His role is similar in Marxist mythology to that of Nathan Bedford Forrest amongst advocates of "The Lost Cause" in the American South - a romanticised figure that, in life, engaged in horrific atrocities and stood for the worst sorts of totalitarian barbarism. He is an especially appealing figure to those who still try to pretend that the Left is interested in anything resembling social justice, civil rights, etc. or that purport that the ideological mumbo-jumbo that Marxists repeat like magical formulas has any resemblence to the rigours of science.
SEGUROSKY, CABROSKY, TROTSKY!!
He wasn't popular amongst Marxist revolutionaries because of his middle class roots and strong support of Democracy, so he split from Lenin and Stalin and founded a number of international trade union style groups which fell into disarray after he was assassinated by a Spanish KGB agent of Stalin's in Mexico city 1940, by recieveing a blow to the head with an ice-pick. He demanded the assassin be left alive.
2) An alchoholic drink, consisting of vodka and grape/raisin/plum juice, named after the man.
3) The phenomena of running to the nearest toilet because of diarrhea.
Person with at-least one brain cell: Actually a quote of Trotsky's is "Socialism without democracy is like the human body without oxygen"
2) Fancy a Trotsky? It's got a real punch to it.
3) OH for f***'s sake i've gotta' trotsky, back in a mo'
Lamont: (takes a sip and spits it out immediately) "Vodka and prune juice!?"
Grady: "I call it a trotsky."
longer then a trot( a long distance to walk); generally multiplied by the factor of stoned
ie. if from your place to macdonald's was a trot then it would be a trotsky if you were stoned
B: uh, but benny's place is a trotsky