This day is also the Day of Victory over Nazism, but this is the erroneous statement, because, having defeated German Nazism, no one even tried to defeat Russian Nazism. Therefore, it is worth talking about victory only over a specific type of Nazism, and not over Nazism as a whole.
Since the territory of Idel-Ural is part of Europe, we suggest that you also celebrate exactly this day, and not some kind of ninth May victory frenzy. It was on May 8 that the 3rd Reich capitulated. Not the 9th. What happened on the 9th was just a circus, when, for Soviet propaganda, the capitulators were forced to conduct another surrender ceremony – especially for the Soviet side.
May 8 was the Day of victory over German Nazism, and May 9 was the Day of the final occupation of a large part of Europe by the Soviets.
Yes, the ancestors of many of us were among the Soviet soldiers. But, as is happening even now, our peoples did not live as part of their own national states, and the Soviet invaders sent our ancestors to fight for other people’s ideas and interests. If not for the emergence of the USSR, then the Third Reich would not appeared either. The Soviet Union was no less misanthropic regime than the Third Reich.
We should always remember, not to forget this and strive for independence and sovereignty so that such a situation does not ever happen again.
And May 9 will be Europe Day.