Russian citizens' rising volunteerism seen as threat to government

Feb 2, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Washington Post

ITOMLYA, Russia A country doctor, a tiny, dilapidated village hospital, an indifferent health bureaucracy - and now, coming to the rescue, volunteers from distant Moscow, bringing furniture, equipment, money and, maybe most important, good cheer.

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People helping each other is a threat to the Government?

Somebody has their priorities misarranged.

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"Anything nor compulsory is forbidden. Anything not forbidden is compulsory."

- the totalitarian paradigm

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