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Where Is Stalin When You Need Him? - Comments

Putin tries to gain any kind of support Eighty-year-old Russian priest, Dmitry Dudko, said: “I hope so much for Vladimir Putin now. It seems to me that he is like Joseph Stalin. I treat Stalin with respect, and I think that he was a very wise leader. It is Stalin who established such a powerful country. Russia has never been that powerful since, and there was no tsar in Russian history who was able to accomplish the things that Stalin did. He managed to overcome and sacrifice so much for the sake of the country’s greatness. I hope that Putin will follow Stalin’s path."

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