Resistance continues: the situation in Tatarstan

Resistance continues: the situation in Tatarstan

Tatarstan is considered a colony of Moscovia. The first wave of mobilization caused rallies and numerous protests in big cities such as Kazan, Naberezhny Chelny, Nizhnyokamsk and others. But all these measures were brutally suppressed. The Russian Federation does not allow any manifestations of “dissidents” and destroys everything that does not sing its praises and does not support the bloody regime.

Some people simply leave their homes and go abroad. Because of difficult living conditions, repressions and with the aim to not become part of the occupation forces and not go to fight in Ukraine. According to official data, more than 100,000 Tatars have already left Tatarstan, mainly to Turkic countries. And this number is constantly growing.

But the struggle does not stop, regular sabotage is organized to undermine the power of the aggressor from the inside. So, at Derbyshki station in the Soviet district of Kazan, unknown persons set fire to 4 relay cabinets on the railway. As a result of the fire, five freight trains were delayed. The burnt equipment was discovered at night on the transfer in the vicinity of Derbyshki station. The station employees called the police, who arrived at the place with two service dogs, but the suspects were not found. Currently, they are looking for saboteurs. But there was no video surveillance on this section of the road, so there is a high probability that no one will be found.

Activists of national minorities are active in Russian regions, including underground. A number of parties participating in the Forum of the Free Peoples of Russia have been formed. This platform was created by representatives of Siberia, the Caucasus, and the Idel-Ural for the reconstruction and disintegration of the Russian empire.

An armed uprising is gradually brewing. Tatars, like most national minorities, dream of secession from Moscovia, at least 65% of the population are in support of this. They do not support the war, and if they are forcibly brought to Ukraine, they refuse to fight for the Russian federation. A similar situation is observed in other regions, in particular in Siberia, the Idel-Ural, and the Caucasus. These peoples strive to build their own independent states on the ruins of the Russian Federation and do everything possible and impossible for this.

The materials were prepared by Polina Romanova, the Ukrainian Women’s Guard, for Free Idel-Ural

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