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Friday, June 10, A.D. 2011
Prolife Russia

Sophia Kishkovsky wrote an interesting column in the New York Times yesterday about the prolife movement in bear country: “Russians Adopt U.S. Tactics in Opposing Abortion.” (If you do not have a subscription, you can copy the article’s title and paste it into Google. If you link to the article from Google, you can access it for free. Alternatively, you can read the story on the DailyComet.)

It heartens me that the Russian political, cultural, and industrial elite now habitually support a saner, healthier direction for Russian society, quite in contrast to our own so called meritocracy. It is as if the influential people in Russia actually want to help their land and people. How wonderful it must be to live in a society wherein liberalism has not perverted social understanding. Give the Russkies another fifty years, and we might just see the restoration of the tsardom.

Боже, Царя храни!
Сильный, державный,
Царствуй на славу нам;
Царствуй на страх врагам,
Царь православный!
Боже, Царя храни!

The hope of the West is in the East.

Posted by Joseph on Friday, June 10, Anno Domini 2011
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