The recent assassination of Alexander Dugin’s daughter has seen a consistent mantra from the Western media; Dugin described as an ‘ideologue’. It is one of those phrases which epitomize the “corruption” of language, for—as language develops—certain terms become sacrosanct, unexamined, plagiarized.
The government decided to extend price caps to shield people from the negative impact of the war in Ukraine and of the sanctions imposed on Russia, the minister in charge of the Prime Minister’s Office announced on Saturday.
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