Far from impartial
The host of this podcast is far from impartial and his goal is clearly to solicit pity for the Russians. Sure, there are some dissidents in Russia but just like in the Soviet times there are few and far between. He says Russia is a country that moved from communism to democracy to imperialism. No, it’s not. It’s a county that always had imperialism, that’s the one thing that’s been consistent over centuries. For anyone who wants insight into Russia and its people, they should read the Dragon by Evgeny Schwartz, it would be far more informative than this podcast.
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