Migrants as a pretext for discrimination against indigenous peoples
Today is Eid al-Fitr, and on this occasion, the Moscovite Nazis decided once again to remind all of us that they perceive any “non-Russian” population exclusively as migrants, especially Muslims – as the most visible and active part of the “non-Russians”.
But at the same time, Moscovites consider our lands a part of their under-empire without fail. Without us. Only lands. Nothing else bothers them.
There are a million Tatars only in Moscow. Only Tatars. And how many other “non-Russians” are there? And after all, such an attitude towards us is everywhere where the Moscovites have come.
Novosibirsk is a territory where they appeared relatively recently by historical standards in general. But now it turns out that they are indigenous, and we are migrants.
We all have no right to anything. The passport of the Russian Federation for us – even with the status of the indigenous population – does not give anything. We are still nobody, the same “migrants”. But why do we need this passport and this country then?
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