One of the pressing questions today remains in the history and the culture of Russia, including the land occupation over many years. The end of the Romanovs’ reign in 1917 came in an unwanted murder of the family. Why did the United States and Europe refuse asylum for them to come to our nation or others? This was not right, because the bad guys likely working under Vladimir Lenin killed all of the family in cold-blooded murder!
I understand about the Syrian refugees, however, when it comes to history like that above. It is too late to make a decision for them, when the opportunity should have been done in a too-late-in-history-type game that would form regret for the United States and/or Europe alike.
Scott Presnal, Morro Bay