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Do you feel that your country belongs to you and the people, or it's more like a property of a government?

In Russia I feel like I am a guest here :)

Feb 1, 2013 11:35 AM
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I especially curious what people from Scandinavia can say. It seems to me that these countries in this sense fare ahead from others. Even from other Western countries.


February 5, 2013

Sorry for some errorsSmile

February 5, 2013

Yes, I think so too. I think about it recently as well.

They even use property to explain it. Although People usually pay attetion to it. So they are convinvced easy. Money still need to be down to reality, I think some of people were molded instead. They made wrong decisions, Even that made by themselve.

I even ask those people between their idea and reality.

That is very funny that they could not combine with it.

The law is not made by me. It does not big deal for me too.

So Why dont they write something  really on law?

After all, They write discipline into it too

I think that is not funny when I charge them under private

I climb to what they ask that is for the reason.

I think they had accepted discipline or they can write something really about themselve if they can not bear. Both of it do not matter for me.


February 5, 2013

Not necessarily, as I know people used to write letters to Stalin complaining on local authorities and asking for justice when it was obvious that it was his own policy. But I began this topic not to discuss Russia in particular, I rather wonder what western people think about their countries and their abilities to control their politicians.  What makes the difference?  


February 5, 2013

Either they are those who make me feel mesylf being used or they've never clashed against our system. The happiest people anyway ))

February 4, 2013
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