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On the attitude towards emigration.

On the attitude towards emigration.
So this is your logic.
Your moans about the persecution of Hebrew teachers read.
About double standards, he will tell me & hellip;
Oh, well, it fundamentally changes the matter.
This was exactly on the wave of McCarthyism, Ruder correctly noted.
And these were not the only persecuted citizens of the United States.
> So this is your logic.
> Read your moans about the persecution of Hebrew teachers read.
Learning a language is not a crime (at least in the legal mind of a reasonable person). Espionage & mdash; is an.
While you apply them & mdash; I will.
No, it's not strange. Relations between the USSR and Israel were strained, until Soviet troops provided military assistance to Arab countries in their conflict with Israel. Therefore, a certain logic (justified or not - another question) in the discrimination of Soviet Jews was.
> Congratulate yourself, stupid, because such a verdict was issued to Rosenberg just because they were Communists.
First, do not insult me.
Secondly, it is doubtful that the fate of the Rosenbergs would be different, be they anarchists or Social-Democrats, based on the composition of what they accomplished.
> And these were not the only persecuted citizens of the United States.
If tomorrow in the Baltic States will be sent to t, the juries of all "suspicious" Russians & mdash; will you consider these actions a "measure of protection"?
In the collapse of the Soviet Union, he graduated from the institute. When getting a diploma the guy was on duty, he suggested that I and my comrades go to Italy to work and live. We refused. I was young, a girl was loved in Moscow. And even the 90's were not very scary & hellip ;. We did not think about the Motherland anyway, but about where we will feel more comfortable.
> Here also you and your State Department. Nafega to him you pay?
I say the same "force." On the heels of beating.
>>>> Well, but if you already live in your country, then what's up with you? What are your motives?
>>> Motives? Duc, the State Department forces, essesno.
>> Here also you and your State Department. Nafega to him you pay?
> I say the same "force." On the heels of beating.
Yes, and you do not need to force it.)))
>> So this is your logic.
>> Your moans about the persecution of Hebrew teachers read.
> Learning a language is not a crime (at least in the legal mind of a reasonable person). Espionage & mdash; is an.
> And I do not consider the prohibition of teaching Hebrew repression against Soviet Jews. It's just a discriminating factor.
> Astis (Astis) wrote (a) in reply to the message:
> While you apply them & mdash; I will.
> Astis (Astis) wrote (a) in reply to the message:
> No, it's not strange. Relations between the USSR and Israel were strained, until Soviet troops provided military assistance to Arab countries in their conflict with Israel. Therefore, a certain logic (justified or not - another question) in the discrimination of Soviet Jews was.
> Astis (Astis) wrote (a) in reply to the message:
>> I congratulate myself, stupid, because such a verdict was issued to Rosenberg just because they were Communists.
> First, do not insult me.
> Secondly, it is doubtful that the fate of the Rosenbergs would be different, be they anarchists or Social-Democrats, based on the composition of what they accomplished.
> Astis (Astis) wrote (a) in reply to the message:
>> And these were not the only persecuted citizens of the United States.
> Rosenbergs & mdash; a different situation.
> Astis (Astis) wrote (a) in reply to the message:
> If tomorrow in the Baltics will be sent to t, the jurts of all "suspicious" Russians & mdash; will you consider these actions a "measure of protection"?
> And in places Yiddish, and very narrow places.
> Because your people spoke these languages long before Hebrew appeared.
> It does not happen that people exist, but there is no language.
> And Hebrew is the language of the State of Israel.
> The official language does not always coincide with the language of the people.
And what kind of dog's job is the language of a guy who wants to learn a language?
It was because of these creatures that people left the shovel.
> Because these teachers are engaged in diversions, and not with language, do not make an innocent appearance.
Here you would go for your beloved, like the wives of the Decembrists at that time, though for a hillock if you need & hellip;
Or would he say that he is a traitor and put a stylus under his rib?))
> Here you would go for your beloved, like the wives of the Decembrists then, though for a hillock if necessary ...
> Or would he say that he is a traitor and put a pen under his rib?))
If I wanted to fall down, I would have stayed in graduate school, and I defended myself forward, at least post-doc.
>> So this is your logic.
>> Your moans about the persecution of Hebrew teachers read.
> Learning a language is not a crime (at least in the legal mind of a reasonable person). Espionage & mdash; is an.
> And I do not consider the prohibition of teaching Hebrew repression against Soviet Jews. It's just a discriminating factor.
> Astis (Astis) wrote (a) in reply to the message:
> While you apply them & mdash; I will.
> Astis (Astis) wrote (a) in reply to the message:
> No, it's not strange. Relations between the USSR and Israel were strained, until Soviet troops provided military assistance to Arab countries in their conflict with Israel. Therefore, a certain logic (justified or not - another question) in the discrimination of Soviet Jews was.
> Astis (Astis) wrote (a) in reply to the message:
>> I congratulate myself, stupid, because such a verdict was issued to Rosenberg just because they were Communists.
> First, do not insult me.
> Secondly, it is doubtful that the fate of the Rosenbergs would be different, be they anarchists or Social-Democrats, based on the composition of what they accomplished.
> Astis (Astis) wrote (a) in reply to the message:
>> And these were not the only persecuted citizens of the United States.
> Rosenbergs & mdash; a different situation.
> Astis (Astis) wrote (a) in reply to the message:
> If tomorrow in the Baltics will be sent to t, the jurts of all "suspicious" Russians & mdash; will you consider these actions a "measure of protection"?
You answered your own.
Any state conducts repression against undesirable elements.
To properly learned.
> If I wanted to fall down, I would have stayed in graduate school, I defended myself and forward, at least post-doc.
>> If I wanted to fall down, I would have stayed in graduate school, I defended myself and forward, at least post-doc.
It's easier to replace a "beloved" with a more patriotic young man.
>> And in places Yiddish, and very narrow places.
>> Because your people spoke these languages long before Hebrew appeared.
>> A Hebrew & mdash; it is the language of the State of Israel.
>> The state language does not always coincide with the language of the people.
> And what kind of dog's job is the language of a guy who wants to learn a language?
> It was because of these creatures that people left the shovel.
>> Because these teachers were engaged in diversions, and not with language, do not make an innocent appearance.
Personally, I'm on your counting purely on the FIG, just the facts speak about something else.
And you will be considered what you are told and put into the head, so this question is not interesting at all.
I do not know about drugs, but about ideological diversions & mdash; Yes, because of you tried to make the next 5 columns.
Or do you seriously think that someone from the love of the people will be completely free to teach Hebrew in a country where there are no textbooks or methodologies for it?
And, by the way, where did they take the textbooks, if they were not published in the USSR?


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