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April 18, 2011

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John Acoma

I am a reasonable human being. Although I do not belong to any religion or political movement, because of being reasonable I have no problem with the ethical suggestions of the Ten Commandments.
Therefore, to a reasonable person it ought to be obvious that something that has been stolen, must be returned to its rightful owners.
The question in this case needs to be, that when was the last time in its history that Russia has been ruled by reasonable, ethical people.

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