My mention of the Soviet Union's considerable contribution in defeating Nazi Germany was in response to a post that sought gratitude from Europe for the US role in World Wars I & II, and you come along and twist that reminder into an unrelated riposte about the Berlin Wall falling, as if the eleven million Soviet troops who lost their lives fighting and defeating the Germans in WWII was of little if any significance in light of what transpired AFTER the war. That awkward juxtaposition shows a shallowness of thought and historical context that is beyond passing strange.
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