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Submitted by Mohammed Waza Khiddif id'Ullah (Australia), Sep 14, 2016 at 05:42

Many intelligent Russians still in Russia are somewhat jealous of fortunes their ex-pat brethren and would dearly love to join their ranks.

You can take Russians out of authoritarian Russia, but it seems it's very hard to take authoritarian Russia out of emigre Russians.
True. I've heard Baltic States folk make a similar observation - that Russians somehow need a tsar of some sorts to stay under control.

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