4 thoughts on “TIDBIT: INQUIRES ABOUT RUSSIAN CITIZENSHIP”

  1. Robert Barricklow

    I’m reminded of Russia’s winter stopping Napoleon. As far as I’m concerned; Napoleon’s not the Lone Ranger, by a long shot!

  2. Wouldn’t mind visiting Russia and if a really awesome Russian chick tried to convince me to stay I might consider it. But my home is the US and I love it here and will help those who need it the best I can for as long as I can.

  3. It’s been on my mind for some time, couple of years anyway. Added bonus: We’re Orthodox. I have friends who, along with their nearly universally large families, have already taken the plunge. There’s a bit of a burgeoning ex-pat community in Russia of traditionally minded American converts to Orthodoxy. That interest has been increasing since the American Bishops – except the Slavic ones – folded en masse to the COVIDsteria. Oddly ROCOR and the Serbs have been resistant to the threats and blandishments of our would be Totalitarian masters. It’s almost like they’ve seen it before . . .

  4. Did you ever think you’d live to see the day when people would be thinking of fleeing the U.S. for Russia? I certainly didn’t. But I have to admit, against my better judgment, the thought has crossed my mind once or twice.

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