Lenin is probably the most slandered individual of the 20th century. As leader of the Russian Revolution of 1917, he has been attacked by bourgeois academics, Tory, Labour and Liberal politicians as well as Establishment figures internationally. His ideas have been distorted and twisted. His actions have been vilified. So what did Lenin really stand for? And are his ideas still relevant today? Hear Rob Sewell, of the Socialist Appeal Editorial board, speak to the ULU Marxist society in defence of Lenin.