This is it:
'He who comes to us as a guest, let him come with no reservation.'
-- Aleksandr Nevksi, in Sergei Eisenstein's film Alexander Nevski (1938)
The 1938 black-and-white film is generally considered a propaganda film for the USSR, with the hero Nevski making the afore-mentioned dictum in a fiery, patriotic 'Russia lives!' speech. We can do without the rest, but find this sentiment neatly matching our own at the FBO. So previously banned states and bands can certainly find a home here if THEY ask to be here. It will be taken as an admission of guilt, and an apology. And an apology we accept.
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