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Interesting op piece from a russian

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It's very alarming to me to be issued a warning from PRAVDA of all people, to call us "Socialist, bankrupt, and culturally degeneratin" and not be able to argue, well frankly hurts ALOT. But they( the Russians) are still so new to freedom that they still have the taste of blood in their mouths, and know the cost and beauty of it. I think that is the problem here we have been to long without a pop in the mouth, and no one alive ( save a few Japanese and Indians) remembers tyranny in American (oh yeah and some blacks) it may be that we need a little scape up to remind us.

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It's very alarming to me to be issued a warning from PRAVDA of all people, to call us "Socialist, bankrupt, and culturally degeneratin" and not be able to argue, well frankly hurts ALOT. But they( the Russians) are still so new to freedom that they still have the taste of blood in their mouths, and know the cost and beauty of it. I think that is the problem here we have been to long without a pop in the mouth, and no one alive ( save a few Japanese and Indians) remembers tyranny in American (oh yeah and some blacks) it may be that we need a little scape up to remind us.

 

A little scrap is brewing!!

 

I dont think it will be happening soon..they be just testing the waters..

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"Socialist, bankrupt, and culturally degeneratin" and not be able to argue, well frankly hurts ALOT. QUOTE]

 

+1 DonDon, I have to agree. It stings but more because we can't argue with the statement.

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As well they should...but sad for them, its a compliment to the 'American Gun Culture'. But since they don't understand it, they fear it. How often do people fear and despise things that keep them safe?

 

Can't help thinking about Aesop's fable about the deer and his horns, or Rudyard Kipling's poem 'Tommy'.

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Very agreeable article. Having a russian father and listening to some of his stories about what happens in the motherland makes me feel sad, but what is happening today in the states is almost worse.

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