An anti-war stand with the words “Bāpçācāp tēnče” (“Peace without War”) and a monument to the letter Ā: the Chuvash in Ulyanovsk declare their position

An anti-war stand with the words “Bāpçācāp tēnče” (“Peace without War”) and a monument to the letter Ā: the Chuvash in Ulyanovsk declare their position

The Chuvash holiday Akatuy (the end of spring field work) has been celebrated in Ulyanovsk for 30 years, but this year an anti-war stand appeared at the celebration with the words “Bāpçācāp tēnche” – for those who do not know Chuvash, it was duplicated in Russian: “Peace without war”.

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Kremlin propaganda tries to invent “special operation heroes,” but it comes out ridiculous

Kremlin propaganda tries to invent “special operation heroes,” but it comes out ridiculous

The pro-Kremlin media spread the story of the “Russian Spartans,” defenders of the village of Slatino in Kharkiv oblast. Legend has it that on May 15, 11 Russian soldiers were defending against an enemy that was not twice, not ten times, but 30 times larger! Of course, the defenders repulsed all assault attempts, waited for help, inflicted colossal losses on the Ukrainians, and did not lose a single soldier themselves. The story is beautiful, just a pity it has been made up. This can be understood from the way the authors have bullshitted about the forces of the parties, but what about the facts?

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The big Tatar ass is looking for ways to save the face

The big Tatar ass is looking for ways to save the face

Russia on the whole and the colonies in particular likely lack good news. A series of humiliating defeats and the defeat of a few battalion-tactical groups at the attempt to cross the Seversky Donets River, the complete withdrawal of the Russian troops from five regions (Kyiv, Zhytomyr, Chernyhiv, Sumy and Mykolaiv regions) are difficult to be powdered by Soloviov’s and Skabeieva’s speeches. The matter is that in the coming weeks the situation is going to get only worse as Ukrainians have already made a significant counter-offensive success in the Kharkiv region. By the end of May, the Kharkiv region is so far likely to be the sixth region which the Russians will heroically retreat to the previously prepared positions’. 

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“Isn’t it fascism to rent apartments in the Russian Federation “only to Slavs”?” Why do indigenous peoples have even more reasons not to support the “special operation” than everyone else

“Isn’t it fascism to rent apartments in the Russian Federation “only to Slavs”?” Why do indigenous peoples have even more reasons not to support the “special operation” than everyone else

Now that the “special operation” has exposed the true state of the indigenous peoples in the Russian Federation, many have realized that for Moscow nobody can fit in: the Kremlin is equally at ease destroying both Ukrainians and RF citizens, regardless of their nationality. However, many indigenous people who were born and raised in the Russian Federation simply cannot imagine any other attitude towards them. Moscow has stolen their chance to live in a state of their own, and now it is trying to make sure that their children and grandchildren do not get that chance. It is reported by the Telegram channel «Жил один злой осетин! Царди иу мÆсты ирон! — [Æ]»  whose address we publish here.

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It was either Medved’s bad joke or public  statement about Ukrainian nationalists’ dismemberment at the execution place of the Red Square: what indeginous people should expect

It was either Medved’s bad joke or public  statement about Ukrainian nationalists’ dismemberment at the execution place of the Red Square: what indeginous people should expect

The former Putin’s buckler Dmitriy Medved continued outpouring all his thoughts in the stream of consciousness in the social media. Today ‘Dimon’ commented on the G7 Ministers of Foreign Affairs’ statements. He has shot his mouth off too much again which would be a topic of interest for legal experts and psychiatrists. To say nothing of the traditional Kreml fakery towards  indeginous nations. 

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Actual losses of Chechnya in the “special operation” are comparable to those of Dagestan, which is the leader among all Russian regions, but none of Kadyrov’s relatives are among those killed

Actual losses of Chechnya in the “special operation” are comparable to those of Dagestan, which is the leader among all Russian regions, but none of Kadyrov’s relatives are among those killed

The “exemplary” Chechnya also pays a bloody price for participating in the Kremlin’s aggression, but, as might be expected, these losses are hushed up, and only the “unprivileged” Chechens suffer them.

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Honey is sweet, but the bees sting: Russia decided not to press on expanding its territory by joining Kherson oblast

Honey is sweet, but the bees sting: Russia decided not to press on expanding its territory by joining Kherson oblast

Russia’s aspiration to compulsively absorb new and new territories can’t be fulfilled so easily as it used to be in the last centuries. Now they have to look back at possible consequences, however very reluctantly. Hence the empire slowed down its expansion and not yet outlined plans for the Ukrainian Kherson oblast. 

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Southern Ossetia changed its mind to become a part of Russia

Southern Ossetia changed its mind to become a part of Russia

Prior to the elections the presidential race leader of the self-proclaimed Southern Ossetia Alan Gagloev supported the idea of joining the Russian Federation. However, as soon as he learned about his victory in the elections, his opinion changed. The prospects of joining Russia might now seem less beneficial, and even worse than the status of a failed state. However, it might also signify that the Kreml doesn’t want additional tensions. 

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Chechnya natives complained to the “Chechen Ombudsman” about conditions in Dimitrov prison, but he did not see any religious discrimination

Chechnya natives complained to the “Chechen Ombudsman” about conditions in Dimitrov prison, but he did not see any religious discrimination

The so-called Commissioner for Human Rights in Chechnya, Mansur Soltayev, visited Dimitrovgrad prison where prisoners were on a hunger strike. According to him, Chechens serving their sentences there have not complained of religious discrimination, but they have voiced complaints about strict rules, poor medical care and restrictions on visits.

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“If the West had imposed similar sanctions in 1999-2000 in response to the genocide in Chechnya, there certainly would not have been any invasion of Georgia and Ukraine.”

“If the West had imposed similar sanctions in 1999-2000 in response to the genocide in Chechnya, there certainly would not have been any invasion of Georgia and Ukraine.”

Russia did not become the country we see now overnight. For decades, the entire civilized world has been watching the Russian Federation turning into another reincarnation of the “prison of nations”. However, only the war has forced the international community to rethink some things that previously they were afraid to think about, lest they bring trouble. It is becoming increasingly clear that the Western policy toward Russia is changing dramatically. And mostly, it happens according to the “better late than never” principle. This is what the world-renowned Israeli and British virtuoso pianist of Russian origin, Evgeny Kisin, said in an interview with Canadian magazine Stir.

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