Why does conflict occur among various groups of peoples in Russia?

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  • 9 years ago
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    There is a large number of reasons for different conflicts in Russia, just as well as any other geographical location. Historical, ethnic, religious, political, anything else. It's a natural phenomenon, people fighting other people because they think they are right and the others are wrong.

    @james:

    "There Russian's, What do you expect?"

    Your inadequate spelling does make it hard to take anything you post seriously. At the same time, I am impressed by the fact you have figured out how to turn on your computer and reach the keyboard, and post something on the internet. Very promising indeed.

    @Matt:

    Not very good at geography, are you? So you think it is cold in Syria? Middle East? Africa?

  • 9 years ago

    The same reason as everywhere else.

  • 9 years ago

    There Russian's, What do you expect?

  • 9 years ago

    Because its cold. You may think that sounds bizzar but it makes sense. There's a type of mental illness known as seasonal affective disorder which is a depression that certain people get when its weathers miserable. Studdies have proven that all people to a degree are emotionally affected by weather conditions. In Russia the weather is always shitty. Same reason English people are bastards I guess.

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