Some Slashdot users, in an attempt to get a comment moderated Funny, imitate a joke form introduced by Ukrainian-born comedian Yakov Smirnoff called the "Soviet Russia joke".
The common form of a Soviet Russia joke is not simple reversal of object and subject in the headline, as in this poor attempt. Instead, it reworks nouns and verbs in the headline in a way that implies control of individuals by machines or by large organizations. "In Soviet Russia, Segway drives YOU!" Make sure to omit articles ("a", "an", or "the") because Russian language does same.
Better is a Soviet Russia joke that refers to things that actually happen in actual Russia. For example, all works published outside of Russia before 1995 are in the public domain in Russia. "In Soviet Russia, Mickey Mouse is copied by YOU!" You may be able to squeeze even more humor by introducing the unexpected and breaking the Noun-Verb-YOU form: "In Soviet Russia, government doesn't worship Disney!" Or you can comment on the situation in "Soviet China" or "Soviet Germany" instead, as both are (China) or were (DDR) under Communist rule.
Best is a good Soviet Russia joke followed by a paragraph or so of actual content expounding on the thesis made in the joke. For example, one could give an overview of what happens in Russia to works first published at various times and why.
But be warned: Many bad Soviet Russia jokes seem to quickly gain a response from some ticked-off AC with subject "Dead Horse Beats You".
31 Jan: credit Yakov at MulluskO's request
8 Feb: Yakov is from Ukraine (thanks Big Sean O)