After the German attack on June 22, 1941 and heavy defeats of the Red Army, the USSR was forced to enter into an alliance with Great Britain and then, on July 30, 1941, sign an agreement with the legitimate Polish government that was in London.
The document spoke about the restoration of diplomatic relations, the invalidation of the Soviet-German treaties of 1939 “regarding territorial changes in Poland”, the release of all Polish citizens who were in Soviet camps, prisons and in exile – prisoners of war, prisoners, exiles and deportees – and about the formation of the Polish army on the territory of the USSR for the joint struggle against Germany.
The Mankurts from Tyva boast about how they “liberated” part of Avdeevka for the Muscovites. They report to their employers to be paid money for the war. Unlike these Mankurts, the residents of Avdeevka spoke this language completely, flawlessly.
On February 15, 1994, the so-called “new federal agreement” was signed between the Resource Federation and Tatarstan. Instead of struggling for independence, the then leadership of Tatarstan decided to exchange freedom for the promised mountains of gold and prosperity. Otherwise, they promised to raze Tatarstan to the ground. However, as it usually happens, the one who has chosen bread instead of freedom loses both freedom and bread.
After the collapse of the Soviet Union, there was a certain period of turbulence in the Kremlin’s possessions, which gave rise to a certain degree of freedom in the colonies. Just a little more and the instability would have reached the scale of the complete collapse of the under-empire.
In 1989, a resolution of the Congress of People’s Deputies of the USSR condemned the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Putin canceled this resolution and ordered that the invasion be considered a righteous deed.
The trenches are under the control of Muscovites, but they do not take their dead people. Judging by the degree of decomposition in wintertime, the corpses lie there for several weeks. There is no movement in front in that place, so they are in control over the trenches. Muscovites walk over pieces of their fellows and live with their corpses in the trenches: eat, sleep and fight. When it rains or thaws, the slurry of the dead people spreads over the trenches, flooding the blindages.
True Muscovite necrophilia, which stretches from the depths of centuries and is embedded in the mentality to always repeat and repeat again surrounding themselves with many corpses. This is what they wanted to repeat. They wanted the indigenous peoples to lie there instead of them, and they would walk over our bodies, talking about great victories at our expense.
It was proposed to rename the position of head to elteper – the title of vassal through the mouth of Nikolai Fedorov, the Kremlin puppet. Allegedly, it is an accurate reflection of the position of the Chuvash as vassals of Moscow that will help return to the “centuries-old traditions” of the Chuvash people.
The occupation gauleiter of Udmurtia wrote a solemn post in his Telegram channel that they managed to find one of the girls whom Soviet propaganda filmed for a staged photo in the newspaper, where they wrote pretentious feuilletons about the hard labor construction of the Izhkar-Balezino railway.
Over the past year in Tatarstan, more than 9,000 people signed a contract with the Armed Forces of Russia, said Evgeny Tokmakov, the head of the collection point for military service with a contract in Kazan. How many residents of the republic were mobilized is still a mystery. The Tatar Scout tells about this.
Recently, attacks on Russian oil depots have become commonplace: on January 25, at an oil refinery in Tuapse, the only one on the Black Sea coast of the Russian Federation, after two powerful explosions, a large-scale fire started, equipment for the primary processing of oil products, namely the vacuum and atmospheric columns, was damaged. The annual capacity of the Rosneft enterprise in Tuapse is 12 million tons; after a large fire, production stopped.