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Nov 23, 2023Liked by Karl Sanchez

So lovely, so heart ~ full to read, experience this Year of the Family article. Thank you neighbor, 42 degrees North, 123 West. I find myself wishing I was 40 years younger, married to a man! In Russia, with a large family surrounding me. Alas, missed that opportunity. Carry on I must💙🇷🇺❤️

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Nov 24, 2023Liked by Karl Sanchez

Year of the Family in the West? Assuming any government would dare introduce it then it would be met with protest marches calling it transphobic, homophobic, elitist and probably racist to boot. Russia had its cyclic collapse in the 90s, suffered through it and is now in the rebuilding phase, we in the West are in a different phase, one that one could expect has some ugly times ahead.

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Nov 23, 2023Liked by Karl Sanchez

your comments at the end about usa thanksgiving are quite interesting.. thanks karl..

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I think the Year of the Family would be greeted within the Outlaw Empire mainly with disinterest and incomprehension. With islands of kinda 'Norman Rockwell' gushing 'christian' enthusiasm.

What I'm trying to say is I don't think the cynicism you mention would anywhere be apparent.

They simply don't have that much insight.

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Nov 24, 2023Liked by Karl Sanchez

Karl,I cannot thank you enough showing me something that I would have never seen anywhere else in the Supressed US.Those Russians really are a remarkable people.I think it was Admiral Yamamoto who said after the bombing of Pearl Harbor,"I fear thet all we have accomplished is awakening a sleeping giant."

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Hi Karl,

Really impressive economic development. I wish we were doing more things like this in Canada.

I have to ask, since this newsletter talked about supporting families, does that include gay, lesbian and trans families? I'm truly curious, since I hear lots of rumours about that not being the case, and recently again from a gay colleague. I hope you'll set the record straight for me.

Thanks.

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