Volga is the river of the world: history repeats itself

Volga is the river of the world: history repeats itself

Ethnic and cultural expeditions should now get blessings from the Russian Orthodox Church so that the “devil does not mislead” them to identify in the cultures of the peoples of Idel-Ural some ethnographic and cultural features that contrast these peoples to the Moscow occupiers or demonstrate the isolation and integrity of folk cultures that do not need Moscow “patronage” to develop independently.

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Soldiers win battles, economies win wars

Soldiers win battles, economies win wars

Money is the lifeblood of the economy. It is clear that for many Russians with a garbage IQ (a cohort of devoted listeners of Dmitry Alcoholyevich Medvedev), this maxim means nothing, and they have not yet noticed any changes. One can continue to repeat, “I’m not interested in the dollar exchange rate, I do not have dollars!” But the news about the US policy towards de-dollarization of Russia is important news today.

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Reparations by languages ​​and history

Reparations by languages ​​and history

One of the forms of reparations for the occupation that the Moscow state will have to pay to the national republics after the Russian Federation disintegration could well be humanitarian and political.

We all know that the historical territory of Muscovy has extremely few resources, and besides Moscow itself, infrastructure and industry are extremely undeveloped everywhere. It is obvious that reparation payments will drag on for a couple of centuries, no less. However, they are needed as quickly as possible. There is one way out of the situation – to demand part of the reparations in the form of knowledge. If previously all the colonies of Moscow studied only its language and its history, even if distorted and twisted, then after the empire disintegration there will be a chance to organize the reverse process – to force the population of the Moscow state to study the languages ​​​​and history of the nations it once conquered.

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We deploy the submarine and look at the Admiralteyskaya Sloboda: real life in the center of Kazan

We deploy the submarine and look at the Admiralteyskaya Sloboda: real life in the center of Kazan

While the submarine named K561 Kazan is entertaining the elderly Cuban Communist Party, let’s see what the Admiralteyskaya Sloboda (Bezhbolda) looks like in the very center of Kazan.

The choice of this microdistrict was not made by chance – it is not only the central part of the city, where there is a shameful mural to Ivan IV the conqueror, but the settlement itself is completely connected with the fleet and its history.

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The time capsule that has been taken out in Ufa is the party’s falsification

The time capsule that has been taken out in Ufa is the party’s falsification

In the capital of Bashkortostan, during the celebration of the 450th anniversary of the city, a time capsule was opened, laid 50 years ago by the authorities of the still Soviet city. The real “time capsule” of those years is a plaque that was found bricked up in the wall during the renovation of the Nizhny Tagil Drama Theater. Prisoners                 I.L.Kozhin, R.G.Sharipov, Yu.N.Nigmatullin wrote their message to their descendants on March 15, 1954, in which they told that the theater for the prosperous country of the Soviets had not been built by Komsomol brigades, but by slaves of the ХХ century – on whose bones and blood were built both the Russian Empire and the USSR.

“Greetings to the coming generation, and may your life and your era not know slavery and the humiliation of man by man,” the message says.

Nobody owes Chuvash anything

While Nikolaev  doubles again the bonuses for himself and his team, residents of Maldykasy village, Vurnarsky district, collected 40,000 rubles and built the bridge on their own.

Here you are. You should collect for the Crimean Bridge, and collect for Moscow, and collect for Nikolaev, and get ready for someone else’s war, but in the end, nobody owes Chuvash anything – only Chuvash owes everyone.

What does “great Russian literature” say about how and why Bashkortostan was conquered and subdued

What does “great Russian literature” say about how and why Bashkortostan was conquered and subdued

How they conquered and subdued:

“The Bashkir stepped over the threshold with difficulty (he was in the stock) and, taking off his high hat, stopped at the door. I looked at him and shuddered. I will never forget this man. He seemed to be over seventy years old. He had neither a nose nor ears. His head was shaved; instead of a beard, several gray hairs stuck out; he was short, skinny and hunched; but his narrow eyes still sparkled with fire. “Ehe! – the commandant said, recognizing, by his terrible signs, one of the rebels punished in 1741. – Well, you are obviously an old wolf, you have been in our traps. Probably, this is not the first time you have rebelled, since your head is so smoothly shaved. Come a little closer; tell me, who sent you?”

The old Bashkir was silent […]

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“Power comes from a rifle!”

“Power comes from a rifle!”

Then, in the 60s, Andy Warhol, an iconic American artist of Ukrainian origin, painted portraits of Chairman Mao in his famous manner, four portraits in two rows, colored with acidic shades… Remember his paintings, you all have seen them: cans of Campbell’s soup, Marilyn Monroe and Mao Zedong. An icon of style and revolutionary myths of the 60s of ХХ century. Mao with the face of a good-natured man in his shapeless cap with a star.

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“Mordovian culture” is when national culture is made russified

The so-called “ethnic terrace” in the capital of the republic has retained only the name “Inenarmun” from the Erzya language. There is neither a menu nor service in Erzya language. It is unlikely that Ineshkipaz would have ordered the executor of his will to speak in a foreign language to the Erzyans and on Erzyan land. After all, he ordered the Erzyans to take care of their land, and not about the development of the culture and language of newcomers from a foreign land.

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