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Title: Putin's palace. History of world's largest bribe

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Can Russia risk another change without become weaker overall?

"You don't get to bring friends."

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1 hour ago, Im_CIA said:

Can Russia risk another change without become weaker overall?

Can Russia risk existing?

Don't insult me. I have trained professionals to do that.

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The West hollowed out Russia after each revolution. Sometimes literally.

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Then their leaders hog the rest

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5 hours ago, Im_CIA said:

Can Russia risk another change without become weaker overall?

Change is inevitable, only thing that you can hope for as a citizen, is that the change will set you on a path of more economical security and personal freedoms and will do so for everyone and not just a select minority. And if you want to affect the direction of the change you need to be active politically.

Also, as far as I know, russia was the one who hollowed out the other countries in the soviet block and not the west. (Also the axis powers in WW2, but that's not during a revolution).

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2 hours ago, kerdios said:

Change is inevitable, only thing that you can hope for as a citizen, is that the change will set you on a path of more economical security and personal freedoms and will do so for everyone and not just a select minority. And if you want to affect the direction of the change you need to be active politically.

Also, as far as I know, russia was the one who hollowed out the other countries in the soviet block and not the west. (Also the axis powers in WW2, but that's not during a revolution).

It was either that or accept the Marshall plan and bend the knee to America... Although it probably just delayed the inevitable: collapse of the Soviet Union

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