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Cossaks - the true Russians!

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Muzzie on Muzzie Genocide. Gotta Love It!

Isn't that area Shiite? If so, the Taliban will try to exterminate them soon, then go on to make war on Iran.
They have done this before and most likely continue to do so now. It's not about religion. The Hazaras were part of the army of Genghis Khan, one of his main peoples, Genghis Khan defeated the caliphate and hanged the caliphs by the balls, they take revenge.
 

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By the way, it is not known what would have happened to Europe if Genghis Khan had not driven the Caliphs out of Asia.
In all the occupied lands, they established an Islamic dictatorship and engaged in the slave trade.
 

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They are exterminating the Hazaras in Pakistan as well.
 

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The Don Republic existed during the Russian Civil War after the collapse of the Russian Empire from 1918 to 1920. ... The assembly of the Don Cossacks — the Krug ...
This is a lie; it existed within the Russian empire as a sovereign national entity. In 1920 it disappeared, the Moscow Bolsheviks fought with it.

In addition, there was also the Upper Don army.

In general, if you are looking for the roots of Muscovy, you should look for them in the Principality of Lithuania. This is the real source of the Moscow statehood. Historical Lithuanians and Muscovites are practically the same thing.

Even the names of Moscow cities themselves have duplicates in the Lithuanian lands, which later went to Poland. Muscovy = Mozovia (Masuria), Polotsk = Plock, Kiev = Kuev and so on.
 

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The Cossacks weren't actually Russians. The were Ukrainian Cumans.
It cannot be said that the Kumans were only Ukrainians. On the territory of the steppe part of modern Russia, there are also their toponyms, but in fact they are the same Poles. The Russian name of the Cumans is Polovtsy. The word Poles is almost the same word, it is in 4 variants: Polyane, Polyaky, Polovtsi and Ispolini. Historical Ukrainians are the Cumans, they were part of Poland and the language of their dialect of Polish is 70% identical to Polish.
But in Don land also were their settelments
 

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The Litvin-Muscovites were not at all part of the Slavic linguistic community, these peoples spoke Baltic languages. They began to become Slavic only starting from the 7th century as part of the Avar Kaganate, and this process was obviously not yet completed during the Commonwealth of Poland, in the 16th century. The older generation of people in the USSR in the northwestern regions spoke with strong northwestern accents.
Actually, the process of the Slavization of the Muscovites was finally completed only about 50 years ago.
Moreover, in their dialects there were not even many original obsolete Slavic words. For example, the old Slavonic word "anadys" was only on the Don land
 
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The culture there was also completely different, mainly peasant. On the Don there was horse breeding, strict patriarchy and the steppe way of life.
Muscovites were previously called Golyadya, from the name of the Baltic tribe Golind.
The main part of the Golindy lived westward, on the territory of the Lithuanian principality, modern Belarus.

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By the way, the word "monarchy" is practically meaningless. If we understand it as absolutism, then this does not apply to the Russian Empire of the 19th century, it was practically a federation.
 

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Cossacks today
No chance for liberals to kill Russia

Most of this "Cossacks" are currently not related to real Cossacks. They are called mummers, and they are recruited from everyone who want. They have no horses and have no idea about the original culture of the Cossacks. It's kind of a sect. Even the Cossack settlements are hardly real, there were many resettlements in the 20s. The Terek was settled by Chechens and Ingush, and colonists from Ryazan and other Moscow regions were brought to the Don villages. Most of those Cossacks who survived the civil war were repressed, they were either imprisoned under political offenses or were deported to Siberia and Kazakhstan. Perhaps the Cossacks remained there, but this is unlikely.

As for Navalny, it is not clear what his political orientation is, he is more like the puppet opposition of the Kremlin, but what he says is not more leftist than what the officials says.
 

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The shows of these supposedly Cossacks look especially suspicious. They show Cossack flanking with the participation of women, although it is known that the Cossacks were not allowed women not only to the saber, but even to the wallet, there was the strictest patriarchy. It looks like the order of feminism. Although some of these women outwardly resemble Cossacks, they are slender, dark-haired and beautiful. Perhaps some of them really come from the Cossacks.
 

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In addition to these fake Cossacks, the Cossack culture in Soviet times was "distributed" to the modern mountaineers from the Caucasus and the Georgians. Their supposedly national costumes, Circassian and "kubanki", and their supposedly horse riding is the Cossack culture. They called the Adygs the Circassians, and the Circassians are one of the ethnonyms of the Cossacks.
 

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for liberals to kill Russia
The concept of "liberalism" is very specific in Russia. They associate "liberalism" with American conservatism, attributing to it those characteristics that are usually characteristic of the left: feminism, Jewish emancipation, liberalization of marriage, and the like. At the same time, they usually do not believe that this was all characteristic of Bolshevism (although this is a lie). There, the ultra-left occupy the niche of the right in fact. This is probably true for most European countries.
Leftish are trying to do a similar trick in the United States, in particular, this "red states" PR-pattern in this sense is not accidental.
The most democratic Democrat they have is the horror of US leftish: Reagan. It was he who brought the "damned democracy" to the "conservative" USSR

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The ethnonym "Russians" itself is most likely equivalent to the word "Prussian", and in fact it is identical to the name of the Germans in the Slavic language, they were called the "Nemtsi" by the name of the Neman River. From there also european name of tribe of "Nemety"
 

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In general, everything that is connected with traditional Russian culture is associated with this region. It was there that all these bast shoes, shirts, bears and forests were. None of this was and is not on the Don land, even birches barely take root there. Moreover, there were no coniferous trees that naturally grew only in the taiga zone, the strip of coniferous forests begins only from the Moscow latitude. Accordingly, even a Moscow-style Christmas ritual could not be there. Moreover, hanging sacrifices on trees is also associated with nemets.
 

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All these attributes are generally absent on 95% of the territory of the Russian Federation, this applies not only to the steppe. In the upper Volga region, where there are also forests and swamps, there is still no such Russian culture and another peoples live there: Tatars, Chuvahses and so on.
 

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All this culture associated with the northwest, as a rule, caused only ridicule among the population.
They began to show attention to it among the masses only on the wave of Hurra-patriotism, in the last 10 years, and even then this is just a show, no one will listen to these ditties and rattles on their own, it more and more resembles a cheap farce.
 

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The shows of these supposedly Cossacks look especially suspicious. They show Cossack flanking with the participation of women, although it is known that the Cossacks were not allowed women not only to the saber, but even to the wallet, there was the strictest patriarchy. It looks like the order of feminism. Although some of these women outwardly resemble Cossacks, they are slender, dark-haired and beautiful. Perhaps some of them really come from the Cossacks.
Really?
What does the word 'polyanitsa' mean?


What happened at Dec 4, (Nov 21) of 1771?
Little hint: it was successful defense of Naurskaya Fortres by 150 cossacesses against eight thousands of Turks, Tatars and Cabardins.
 

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