Oh, the irony. What's good for the goose is good for the gander. What goes around, comes around. Other such sentiments come to mind when I read about the growing number of movements in Russia that are beginning to agitate against illegal immigration into Russia.They raise much the same arguments one is likely to hear from Balts, chiefly Latvians and Estonians, who protest the consequences of the massive and illegal influx of primarily Russians into the Baltic states during the years of Russian occupation. These Russian groups tend to generally be categorized as right wing nationalists, alth...
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