The gauleiter of Chuvashia is trying to sit on two chairs and shows how proud he is of the outstanding Chuvash who was killed by the Soviet authorities for being a Chuvash, by the same Soviet authorities about which Nikolaev himself loves to remember with love and trepidation .
This is what Moscow and its henchmen are all about – at first, they kill outstanding people, and then they are proud of them. They are proud that they can twist the achievements of these people in their own way and assign their merits to their cannibalistic under-state, even if during their lifetime these people resisted the existence of such a country in principle.
Now there is a new era of destruction of everything Chuvash – both through the persecution of national elites, and through the actual “mowing down” of the people. Among the mobilized people and contract soldiers from Chuvashia who die for the empire, many know the Chuvash language and culture. Even if their knowledge is insufficient, they still have it. In a peaceful life, no matter how much they support the Russian regime, they could make their contribution to the development of everything Chuvash. And their children and grandchildren might no longer support the Russian regime, having emerged from the state of mankurtism and fully returned to the Chuvash nation. Who knows what benefits these people and their descendants could bring to all Chuvash people. But they will simply disappear so that Nikolaev can be proud.
When Moscow asks, “Where is at least one outstanding Chuvash, why have not we heard of them?”, this is not a question out of interest, but only for the sake of ridicule, “Have we not yet exterminated everyone who could develop your nation?” Among those whom Nikolaev so easily sends in batches to the war, or among their descendants, there could well be another Chuvash Timofey Matveev.