Monday, April 19, 2021

She Is Not Alone.

I speak all the time about Westerners who are moving to Russia. Here is one such wonderful and charming girl from Australia who moved to Novosibirsk couple years or so ago and wants to stay in Russia. Here is adorable Sabrina doing her shopping (and you guessed it--in Auchan) together with her brother:

And now, sadly, this young woman and the family are under the threat of well... leaving and she posted today (in Russian) her plea to...Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin to allow her family to stay in Novosibirsk and reunite with Sabrina's parents, who are in Australia now, and continue with their farming in Siberia. 

I know many people from Russia, some of them in the position of power and in media, frequent this blog, so I post it here and ask Russia to help these wonderful Russian Aussies with them staying in their new-found home and with reuniting separated by COVID family. Russia needs these kind of people. RT, where are you? I am sure, judging by the response from Russians, especially from Novosibirsk, the public opinion is firmly in Sabrina and her family's corner. So, I do here my small part. We may expect more people like that moving to Russia and I mean full blown "Westerners", people of European descent. 

We still don't know real numbers of such people moving to Russia but Maria Zakharova IS ON record during one of her briefings recently saying that she personally is besieged by inquiries about and requests for allowing to move to Russia from people from the US, UK, EU and, as this video shows, Australia. Well, Boers are already settling in Buryatia. The girls are adorable and learned Russian in...half-a-year just by watching Russian cartoons. 

I like how they say that Stavropol is "too hot". Well...Siberia, you know))) How strange, if not surreal, to read these great lines once written about America in modern context:

“Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"

Freedom is the right to say two plus two make four. If granted, all else follows

The creek will turn into the river.

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