Khabirov and Nikolaev propose to teach children of Chuvashia and Bashkortostan to be afraid

Khabirov and Nikolaev propose to teach children of Chuvashia and Bashkortostan to be afraid

Instead of demanding that the imperial military production be located outside the national republics, the local gauleiters want children to practice running into basements to hide from drones. No one is even considering the option of not giving reasons for the arrival of these drones. Instead, the enterprises will be required to cover everything with special nets and further tighten the rules for UAV flights in certain areas.

They simply cannot and do not want to stop: Moscow feeds them, Moscow has given them a bit of power, Moscow has compromising materials on them, Moscow protects them. Therefore, they will rather allow the children of their native republics to sit in basements or die than to categorically demand that military production be moved away from the republics.

In Tatarstan, they want to send 14-year-old teenagers to work at enterprises of the military-industrial complex

In Tatarstan, they want to send 14-year-old teenagers to work at enterprises of the military-industrial complex

Thus the occupation authorities decided to fight unemployment, the industrial shortage of personnel caused by the war and the outflow of migrants, as well as “promote the employment” of teenagers from “families in a socially dangerous situation.”

That is, the most vulnerable children, whom no one will protect, will be sent to work in military factories that are legitimate military targets. Rushists continue their age-old tradition of hiding behind other people’s children. They would never hide behind children from Moscow in such a way.

What can be done safely now for the benefit of the future state?

What can be done safely now for the benefit of the future state?

The question often arises: what can be done safely now for the benefit of the future independent state? A Ukrainian subscriber of our Telegram channel shared her thoughts and experience.

One of the serious problems of any young state is personnel shortage. Here in the east, we felt very acutely these personnel holes when we had to create regional departments from scratch and poor specialists came due to the lack of normal personnel.

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Kim Vasin: translator between cultures and the duality of the Soviet era

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Kim Vasin did not question how the imperials would perceive translations of Russian-speaking writers into the Mari language.

Will they ask how “absurd” “Eugene Onegin” sounds in the Mari language, what the learned cat in Lukomorye says and why Mari literature is needed in general. He simply took and translated, knowing that the writers whom Moscow designated as Russian are replicated most easily and quickly, so this would make it easier for the Mari to expand their own language environment.

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Appeal of the Congress of the Free Nations League to the fellow countrymen – representatives of the nations and residents of the regions of the Russian Federation

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All our lives we have been told that nothing depends on us, that all decisions have already been made for us “at the top” – by the authorities, who know better. The more Russia slides into totalitarianism, the louder they are convincing us that it is not necessary for the citizens to take part in government of the state, influence politicians, or know what trillions of budget rubles are spent for.

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Unequal exchange

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“I am tormented by vague doubts” about the direct progression between the level of passionary intensity of the Bashkorts in gaining independence and the record level of losses among the military from Bashkortostan. In my opinion, the Bashkorts are deliberately killed in the war, solving two of their issues at once: 1) military, where the Bashkorts are cannon fodder, a profitable consumable for deadly attacks; 2) gendarmerie, where guys from Ufa, Ishimbay, Kumertau, Baymak and other cities and regions are a potentially dangerous contingent, hidden nationalist rebels who are easier and safer to deal with at the front without attracting much attention.

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Minnikhanov’s version of the Russification of Lisichansk

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In 2017, the population of this city was 100,000 people, and now there are not even 10,000. For comparison, what kind of ambulances and fire trucks there were in Lisichansk under the Ukrainian government and what they are like under the Russian Minnikhanov`s assistants. All modern machines were either destroyed or stolen and sent to Moscow and others like them – to the so-called “Russian cities”. More of them were stolen than destroyed. Therefore, “surplus” Soviet municipal transport is being confiscated from rural areas of Tatarstan and being sent to Lisichansk.

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In Alabuga, what had to happen happened; everyone knew about this fatal inevitability. From the very beginning! But they tried not to speak out loud or even think – they drove away bad thoughts. Maybe they did the right thing, but… I would like parents to understand where they are sending their children, and to listen less to the lies that their sons and daughters are helping to defend their homeland. In fact, their children help kill civilians far away from their homeland! To kill people who did nothing wrong to them.

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Moscow has learned from history

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All the previous events that led to the collapse of the two Kremlin regimes began in their capitals – Moscow and St Petersburg. The Kremlin learned its history lessons and is determined to prevent a similar fate.

That’s why both Moscow and St Petersburg seem insulated from any crises or the war. For the war they scoop up the population from the colonies and bring in mercenaries from different countries, sparing by all means the capital or the ex-capital. They took away most of the air defenіe and other things. They don’t have any shortage of fuel, nor large-scale natural disasters – because they are zealously protected on our account. No one is going to save the Volga region from the flood or anything, but that would never be allowed to happen in Moscow.

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For some reason, the ruscist did not say that “it would not be possible to intimidate the descendants of Kazan invaders”

He said about the capture of Paris, he said about the capture of Berlin, but he did not say about the capture of Kazan… Did he forget, or something? Or is this a not-so-convenient truth?

The Muscovites are so shocked by such opportunities of the enemy, that they even began to blame Kazakhstan – they say, Ukraine could not do it and the drones were launched from the territory of Kazakhstan). Sure, the imperials would have reached Kyiv in 3 days if the vile Kazakhs had not stabbed in the back)).

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