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  1. There is such a thing. This is the “heavy legacy” of the Soviet past. In the USSR, people were the “cogs” of the state mechanism. Nothing depended on a particular person either at that time or in the future, which gave rise to a huge inferiority complex in many people, which was “carefully” passed on to the next generations. Plus a strong, but hypertrophied influence of the camp culture, according to which you must not only always be right, but always “right of all”. That is why people from the post-Soviet countries often rush to fiercely argue on topics that they do not understand, they are waiting for a trick everywhere, and they consider admitting their mistakes to be a weakness. When you return from European countries, where people are much more direct and positive, you can see the” complex soup ” of our people at the first customs officer.
    Answering the second question-remove the mask of course worth it! But two or three more generations will live, each of which will be freer, and we will learn to talk at ease, without a “stone in the bosom”. Everything is in our hands!)

  2. And why only in postsovke? There is enough absurdity in any corner of the world )

    I will even say that the more civilized the society, the more absurd it is. Absurdity is the contradiction between human nature (the real living world) and the virtual-artificial world created by humanity, which is finally prevented from moving into by the mortal body, which constantly wants something different from what the mind is striving for.

  3. How is it that, often completely absurd and crookedly worded, the questions of this friend constantly appear in the top? Do your friends help you?

  4. If we explain this phenomenon, the answer is this: in the USSR, the accumulation of knowledge and so-called political training were cultivated, but since all this knowledge (especially political) was ideologized, the person who received it, although he turned out to be quite erudite, always correlated his knowledge with an ideological model. What did that mean? Not only that after the collapse of the USSR there were many communists and socialists left, but that we have never learned to accept someone else's point of view and stubbornly stand by our positions, no matter what they are and what situation this would not apply to. And we also try to impose our opinion on others, especially “ideologically deluded” opponents. Hence the kitchen arguments with serious faces, for which there is no sense. Plus, there is still the desire to be smart and prove to others that you are better at rummaging in this topic. Even if it doesn't do a damn thing. Whether it is worth getting rid of this and learning to treat the world and other people's opinions more simply is a subject for a separate conversation.

  5. however, moderators prefer to reformulate clearly formulated questions on their own. And weakly, moder, to reformulate this? This is not a spherical horse in a vacuum or Schrodinger's cat. I am increasingly amazed at the inadequacy of local editors/moderators

  6. In a situation where nothing depends on you, one way or another, you want to feel your importance, so we all suffer from vakhtershi syndrome, especially in the provinces.

    In general, it's all sad, the country is getting smaller, people are getting bald, and the circus is getting bigger and bigger…

  7. Che.

    Dear friend, please rephrase your question or give a specific example so that it is clear what you are talking about in general.

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