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lol, Litwin, for me present European map looks rather like the map you posted - full of accidental ephemeral states. I think after they all fail, including Ukraine and Litva - we will be able not to hurry picking up the best pieces...

Israel will be among failed states which we will not need, by the way... :)
Arabs will deal with you themselves.. :)
If you had studied what you were taught in history lessons in the school, you would know that this 'ephemeral states' already existed in the past. Read about the Grand Duchy of Lithuania as an example.
 

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lol, Litwin, for me present European map looks rather like the map you posted - full of accidental ephemeral states. I think after they all fail, including Ukraine and Litva - we will be able not to hurry picking up the best pieces...

Israel will be among failed states which we will not need, by the way... :)
Arabs will deal with you themselves.. :)
If you had studied what you were taught in history lessons in the school, you would know that this 'ephemeral states' already existed in the past. Read about the Grand Duchy of Lithuania as an example.
very few of them.

unless you refer to temporary puppet structures established by foreign invaders...
 

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as for the Grand Duchy of Liethuania - it was a Russian state accidentally named after Liethuanian tribes, its first constitution was written in Russian language and majority of population was Russian, so it makes it even more reasonable to get reunited with Mother Russia :)

 
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as for the Grand Duchy of Liethuania - it was a Russian state accidentally named after Liethuanian tribes, its first constitution was written in Russian language and majority of population was Russian, so it makes it even more reasonable to get reunited with Mother Russia :)

Your current 'Mother Russia' has little to do with the principles the GDL was govern upon.
 

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as for the Grand Duchy of Liethuania - it was a Russian state accidentally named after Liethuanian tribes, its first constitution was written in Russian language and majority of population was Russian, so it makes it even more reasonable to get reunited with Mother Russia :)

Your current 'Mother Russia' has little to do with the principles the GDL was govern upon.
does it have any significance, even if what you say was true? (while it is unclear what you mean :) )
 

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as for the Grand Duchy of Liethuania - it was a Russian state accidentally named after Liethuanian tribes, its first constitution was written in Russian language and majority of population was Russian, so it makes it even more reasonable to get reunited with Mother Russia :)

Your current 'Mother Russia' has little to do with the principles the GDL was govern upon.
does it have any significance, even if what you say was true? (while it is unclear what you mean :) )
The significance of that is these countries wont be a part of Russia again. If a military option is to be excluded, of course.
 

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as for the Grand Duchy of Liethuania - it was a Russian state accidentally named after Liethuanian tribes, its first constitution was written in Russian language and majority of population was Russian, so it makes it even more reasonable to get reunited with Mother Russia :)

Your current 'Mother Russia' has little to do with the principles the GDL was govern upon.
does it have any significance, even if what you say was true? (while it is unclear what you mean :) )
The significance of that is these countries wont be a part of Russia again. If a military option is to be excluded, of course.
those countries soon won't be countries, but territories, which they de facto are now, governed by foreign capitals.

but in several years they will become territories formally too, due to complete failure without external life support.

Russia will hardly be willing to get back all these beggars, most probably these territories are going to keep doing what they are already doing - depopulating fast, being donors of labor for imperial centers (EU, US, Russia) but with bigger scale of anarchy and poverty...

but Russian territories with Russian population must be reunited with Mother Russia, it is nothing but justice after all :)
 

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as for the Grand Duchy of Liethuania - it was a Russian state accidentally named after Liethuanian tribes, its first constitution was written in Russian language and majority of population was Russian, so it makes it even more reasonable to get reunited with Mother Russia :)

Your current 'Mother Russia' has little to do with the principles the GDL was govern upon.
does it have any significance, even if what you say was true? (while it is unclear what you mean :) )
The significance of that is these countries wont be a part of Russia again. If a military option is to be excluded, of course.
those countries soon won't be countries, but territories, which they de facto are now, governed by foreign capitals.

but in several years they will become territories formally too, due to complete failure without external life support.

Russia will hardly be willing to get back all these beggars, most probably these territories are going to keep doing what they are already doing - depopulating fast, being donors of labor for imperial centers (EU, US, Russia) but with bigger scale of anarchy and poverty...

but Russian territories with Russian population must be reunited with Mother Russia, it is nothing but justice after all :)
Russian territories with Russian population as a majority already belong to Russia.
 

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as for the Grand Duchy of Liethuania - it was a Russian state accidentally named after Liethuanian tribes, its first constitution was written in Russian language and majority of population was Russian, so it makes it even more reasonable to get reunited with Mother Russia :)

Your current 'Mother Russia' has little to do with the principles the GDL was govern upon.
does it have any significance, even if what you say was true? (while it is unclear what you mean :) )
The significance of that is these countries wont be a part of Russia again. If a military option is to be excluded, of course.
those countries soon won't be countries, but territories, which they de facto are now, governed by foreign capitals.

but in several years they will become territories formally too, due to complete failure without external life support.

Russia will hardly be willing to get back all these beggars, most probably these territories are going to keep doing what they are already doing - depopulating fast, being donors of labor for imperial centers (EU, US, Russia) but with bigger scale of anarchy and poverty...

but Russian territories with Russian population must be reunited with Mother Russia, it is nothing but justice after all :)
Russian territories with Russian population as a majority already belong to Russia.
not all of them, of course.

and Russians are brutally discriminated, deprived of human rights and are subject of forced assimilation - in Latvia, Estonia and Ukraine as the brightest examples.
their rights must be restored. these states by 30 years of independence have proved they cannot provide equial rights to local Russians, so there is the only way to do it - humanitarian intervention







 
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as for the Grand Duchy of Liethuania - it was a Russian state accidentally named after Liethuanian tribes, its first constitution was written in Russian language and majority of population was Russian, so it makes it even more reasonable to get reunited with Mother Russia :)

Your current 'Mother Russia' has little to do with the principles the GDL was govern upon.
does it have any significance, even if what you say was true? (while it is unclear what you mean :) )
The significance of that is these countries wont be a part of Russia again. If a military option is to be excluded, of course.
those countries soon won't be countries, but territories, which they de facto are now, governed by foreign capitals.

but in several years they will become territories formally too, due to complete failure without external life support.

Russia will hardly be willing to get back all these beggars, most probably these territories are going to keep doing what they are already doing - depopulating fast, being donors of labor for imperial centers (EU, US, Russia) but with bigger scale of anarchy and poverty...

but Russian territories with Russian population must be reunited with Mother Russia, it is nothing but justice after all :)
Russian territories with Russian population as a majority already belong to Russia.
not all of them, of course.

and Russians are brutally discriminated, deprived of human rights and are subject of forced assimilation - in Latvia, Estonia and Ukraine as the brightest examples.
their rights must be restored. these states by 30 years of independence have proved they cannot provide equial rights to local Russians, so there is the only way to do it - humanitarian intervention







They have the same rights as the minorities do in Russia. If they dont like it, they are free to move wherever they want.
 
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as for the Grand Duchy of Liethuania - it was a Russian state accidentally named after Liethuanian tribes, its first constitution was written in Russian language and majority of population was Russian, so it makes it even more reasonable to get reunited with Mother Russia :)

" Liethuania - it was a "Russian" state " Rus (rutienien) state, meanwhile your Muscovy has always been a mongol state , so you ARE JUST A MONGOL SLAVE

Russia and the Golden Horde: The Mongol Impact on Medieval ...
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Charles J. Halperin · 1987 · ‎History
The Mongol Impact on Medieval Russian History Charles J. Halperin. Both taxation and warfare were dependent on the Muscovite bureaucracy, but to what extent ... that the language of the Muscovite bureaucracy was a kind of meta-Turkic, ...



and your guy, Karl Marx : "The bloody mire of Mongolian slavery, not the rude glory of the Norman epoch, forms the cradle of Muscovy, and modern "Russia" is but a metamorphosis of Muscovy."

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as for the Grand Duchy of Liethuania - it was a Russian state accidentally named after Liethuanian tribes, its first constitution was written in Russian language and majority of population was Russian, so it makes it even more reasonable to get reunited with Mother Russia :)

Your current 'Mother Russia' has little to do with the principles the GDL was govern upon.
does it have any significance, even if what you say was true? (while it is unclear what you mean :) )
The significance of that is these countries wont be a part of Russia again. If a military option is to be excluded, of course.
those countries soon won't be countries, but territories, which they de facto are now, governed by foreign capitals.

but in several years they will become territories formally too, due to complete failure without external life support.

Russia will hardly be willing to get back all these beggars, most probably these territories are going to keep doing what they are already doing - depopulating fast, being donors of labor for imperial centers (EU, US, Russia) but with bigger scale of anarchy and poverty...

but Russian territories with Russian population must be reunited with Mother Russia, it is nothing but justice after all :)
Russian territories with Russian population as a majority already belong to Russia.
not all of them, of course.

and Russians are brutally discriminated, deprived of human rights and are subject of forced assimilation - in Latvia, Estonia and Ukraine as the brightest examples.
their rights must be restored. these states by 30 years of independence have proved they cannot provide equial rights to local Russians, so there is the only way to do it - humanitarian intervention







They have the same rights as the minorities do in Russia. If they dont like it, they are free to move wherever they want.
no they don't, you are either misinformed or are deliberately lying.

like, every big minority has a political autinomy with own government and parliament, their language has a status of official language in their regions, their languages are tought in schools.

nothing of a kind in Ukraine or Baltic states, just the oplosite - Russian language is being banned
 
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" Russian language " was language of GDL , your dog - language is old - Bulgarian - Mongol barking " J. Halperin. ... that the language of the Muscovite bureaucracy was a kind of meta-Turkic, ... "



 
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with other words I broke you, give me your colleagues i will eat them alive as well

this for you in your old - Bulgarian - Mongol Asiatic barking

 

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in other words, whatever a baby does - at least it doesn't cry :)

I hope you enjoy your farting in the pool, but I will keep an eye on you to save you if you start sinking in your own shit :)

Russians are merciful, maybe too mersiful :)
 
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" Putlerstan (Muscovy , " Russia") in Numbers /“Nigeria with snow, run by a bunch of criminal cowboy
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" Putlerstan (Muscovy , " Russia") in Numbers :


The territory of Russia is 17.075.260 square meters. km and mainly lies north of 55 ° N.
Approximately 85% of the territory is not suitable for permanent comfortable living of the population. permafrost (areas of Siberia and the Far East) occupies 60% of the territory of Russia, swamps and wetlands almost 22%, rivers and lakes about 4%. Another part of the land is periodically flooded, part is occupied by mountains and forests, a little under ravines, part under deserts and solonchaks.

According to the State Statistics Committee's report for 2005, in Russia 2.2 million square meters of agricultural land are cultivated or used in agriculture. km, of which only 1.2 million for arable land, 0.2 million square kilometers are occupied by settlements of all types in the country. km, for industrial facilities and for military purposes 0.2 million, for other 0.1 million.
For a happy life, the Russians still have 2.561.289 square meters. km.
This is 15% of the territory ie. real Russia is slightly larger than Sudan, but less than Kazakhstan.
Average temperatures in January, in different regions, from 0 to -50 ° C, in July from 1 to 25 ° C, precipitation falls from 150 to 2000 mm per year.
At temperatures below -5 ° C, the maintenance costs of the infrastructure with each degree below zero increase exponentially.
Snow removal in the thickness of 40 cm in St. Petersburg takes more than 30 days.


Russia accounts for less than 2% of global GDP. The main export items (according to the Federal Customs Service) are gas and oil (70%), primary metals (15%), roundwood (10%), everything else, including equipment, weapons and technology - less than 5%.

According to soil scientists, 17.8% of agricultural land is subject to water erosion, 8.4% of wind erosion, 12.3% of wetlands and wetlands occupy wetlands and wetlands, and saline soils - 20.1%.
The land, not subject to all these misfortunes, in Russia is only 0.91 million square meters. km.
The agricultural season in most of Russia is 2-3 months (in Europe or the US 8-9 months). The average annual yield of cereals in Russia (on non-chernozems) is about 17 centners, in Germany, France and Great Britain (on nonchernozem) - 70 quintals per hectare, in Sweden - 60, in Ireland - 85, in Ukraine (on chernozems) - 24 in all.

The Russian state border stretches for 58,322 km and has 424 border crossings.
The total number of settlements is 157.895, of which more than 30.000 are still without telephone communication.
Most of the 39,000 abandoned villages and settlements are in the Central Federal District, the Northwest, the Far North, Siberia and the Far East.
In Russia only 65% of housing has been gasified.
Up to 75% of Russia's food needs are covered by imports.
78.7% of Russians consider cooperation with law enforcement bodies as unacceptable.
Russia consumes more than 20% of all heroin produced in the world.
The volume of the Russian market of heroin alone is estimated at $ 13 billion annually.
Every day in Russia, 100 people die because of a drug overdose.

In 2009, 786 terrorist acts were committed in Russia. Since the beginning of 2010, already 427.
The flying time of NATO strike aviation from the borders of Estonia and Latvia to St. Petersburg does not exceed 4 minutes, to Moscow - no more than 18.

Life in Russia is satisfied with two categories of people: those who are not in the know and those who are in the share.

63% of Russians with incomes above the national average would like their children to study and work abroad.
35% want their children to live abroad permanently.
At 2.000 vacancies for janitors opened in St. Petersburg in early 2010, there were fewer than 10 applicants.
The proposed salary is 12.000 rub / month.
The increase in the cost of travel in the St. Petersburg metro since 2003 is 35% per year.
Last year, more than 50 tons of explosives were seized at Russian airports.
 
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The average Russian consumes 18 liters of alcohol per year. According to the conclusion of UN experts, the annual consumption of 8 liters of alcohol per capita leads to a serious degradation of the population.
In Russia, a pack of cigarettes can be bought for 30 cents, a bottle of beer, which can be bought at every corner 24 hours a day, is cheaper than a bottle of drinking water.
Only 1% of the water consumed by Russians meets the world quality standards.
in Russia there are 51,230 people who were exposed to radiation as a result of the Chernobyl accident.

The State Duma and the Federation Council meet 12 billionaires, whose overall condition is estimated at 41 billion dollars.
Russia has 62 billionaires with a combined capital of $ 297 billion. Russian billionaires pay the lowest taxes in the world (13%) that their colleagues in France and Sweden (57%), in Denmark (61%) or Italy (66%) %).
26% of Russians have an outstanding loan.
143,000 people were deprived of the right to travel abroad due to problems with their debts.

According to the Rosgosstrakh CSR, in Russia the annual income is more than $ 1 million from 160,000 people, the annual income of more than $ 100,000 has 440,000 families"
 

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as for the Grand Duchy of Liethuania - it was a Russian state accidentally named after Liethuanian tribes, its first constitution was written in Russian language and majority of population was Russian, so it makes it even more reasonable to get reunited with Mother Russia :)

Your current 'Mother Russia' has little to do with the principles the GDL was govern upon.
does it have any significance, even if what you say was true? (while it is unclear what you mean :) )
The significance of that is these countries wont be a part of Russia again. If a military option is to be excluded, of course.
those countries soon won't be countries, but territories, which they de facto are now, governed by foreign capitals.

but in several years they will become territories formally too, due to complete failure without external life support.

Russia will hardly be willing to get back all these beggars, most probably these territories are going to keep doing what they are already doing - depopulating fast, being donors of labor for imperial centers (EU, US, Russia) but with bigger scale of anarchy and poverty...

but Russian territories with Russian population must be reunited with Mother Russia, it is nothing but justice after all :)
Russian territories with Russian population as a majority already belong to Russia.
not all of them, of course.

and Russians are brutally discriminated, deprived of human rights and are subject of forced assimilation - in Latvia, Estonia and Ukraine as the brightest examples.
their rights must be restored. these states by 30 years of independence have proved they cannot provide equial rights to local Russians, so there is the only way to do it - humanitarian intervention







They have the same rights as the minorities do in Russia. If they dont like it, they are free to move wherever they want.
no they don't, you are either misinformed or are deliberately lying.

like, every big minority has a political autinomy with own government and parliament, their language has a status of official language in their regions, their languages are tought in schools.

nothing of a kind in Ukraine or Baltic states, just the oplosite - Russian language is being banned
Try this bs about banning Russian language on some other place. I dont think that you have read much about Ukrainian laws of school education and the state language, to which you seem to be referring. So, there is no point of discussion.

Every national majority should be able to speak, read, write and understand the state language and be ready to apply it while holding some official position or offering public services. There cant be any doubts about it.
 

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there is no discussion, it's just me educating you, because you know nothing, as it is explicitly seen in your comparison of Ukraine and Russia linguistic situation.

nobody is questioning the right of Ukrainians to speak Ukrainian, there is no problem with it, while Russian speakers being half of population of Ukraine - not only they are prohibited to get education in Russian but now they are forced to speak Ukrainian even in service industry.

Now a Russian waiter is obliged to talk to another Russian in Ukrainian, Russian language is banned! People get fired for this.

either you are a heavily brainwashed person or a moron who denies basic human rights of people only because they are Russians or Russian speakers.
 

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