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Cossaks - the true Russians!

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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.
Ivan Muscovite ulus was 3 years stone dead in 1920 , it was not an real empire just Kobyla´s ulus (horde) qestion is what right had Mongol bydlo rule as a grand khan (czar)


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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.

ivans need to lie whole the time,

 

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Ivan Muscovite ulus was 3 years stone dead in 1920 , it was not an real empire just Kobyla´s ulus (horde) qestion is what right had Mongol bydlo rule as a grand khan (czar)
I do not know what "rights", but the old Europeans did not complain when they get from the East technology, culture and music, weaned from bone needles and stone hammers, cannibalism and idolatry, some were taught to wash their faces.
 

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What does this have to do with the fact, that Cossack's women sometimes were good fighters?
Can you find at least one pre-revolutionary photograph of a Cossack woman in the saddle and with a saber?
What kind of riding clothes did they have?
 

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Can you find at least one pre-revolutionary photograph of a Cossack woman in the saddle and with a saber?
What kind of riding clothes did they have?
Are you banned in Google?
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What does this have to do with the fact, that Cossack's women sometimes were good fighters?

I have a question to all Maskaliam here, how it feels to be such low slaves ? this what the Cossacks say about your race "Козак: - Коли козак саблею свисне, то москаль зразу в штани дрисне ! "
 
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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"
You Have Some Strange Etymologies

Nemoi comes from the Russian word for "mute," because the German language was unintelligible. Similarly, the Greeks called all foreigners Barbaroi, because it sounded to them like the non-Greeks were barking or growling instead of speaking.

I don't know where the -moi part comes from since the words relevant to speaking are govor, golos, and zvook. It's probably an obsolete term, like much of Shakespeare is in English or Homer in the Greek of Pericles's time.
 

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I do not know what "rights", but the old Europeans did not complain when they get from the East technology, culture and music, weaned from bone needles and stone hammers, cannibalism and idolatry, some were taught to wash their faces.

do you agree that you Muscovites are the mongols ?
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You Have Some Strange Etymologies

Nemoi comes from the Russian word for "mute," because the German language was unintelligible. Similarly, the Greeks called all foreigners Barbaroi, because it sounded to them like the non-Greeks were barking or growling instead of speaking.

I don't know where the -moi part comes from since the words relevant to speaking are govor, golos, and zvook. It's probably an obsolete term, like much of Shakespeare is in English or Homer in the Greek of Pericles's time.
'Ne' here isn't a prefix, it's a part of panslavic root, dissimulated from Indo-European 'meme', related with Latvian 'mēms', German 'mummeln', English 'mumble', Sweden 'mimre', etc...
 

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do you agree that you Muscovites are the mongols ?
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It depends on your understanding of those terms. For example, for medieval Chinese authors Russians (soldiers, masters, clerks), lived in China were just another part of the Mongolian occupation forces.
 

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Are you banned in Google?
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The second picture is photoshop, besides, these are not Cossack troops.
 

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archaeological cultures 3-4 centuries

That part which is approximately from the Don valey to the east along the steppe and forest-steppe zone is the Huns / Turanians / Aryans (historically)

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Nemoi comes from the Russian word for "mute," because the German language was unintelligible. Similarly, the Greeks called all foreigners Barbaroi, because it sounded to them like the non-Greeks were barking or growling instead of speaking.
These are political versions. If it were so it would not apply to a specific people.

Barbarians are Berbers, they still remain in North Africa.
 

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the Greeks
in fact, there are no Greeks, Greece is a territory and not a people. What comes from the ancient Greek was the heritage of the Aryan tribes, because the ancient Greek is a direct offshoot of the Proto-Indo-Aryan(protocharyan).
In particular, the Minoan civilization was not Aryan, there was no culture and language that is usually called Greek, it was most likely a Semitic culture, it was related to the Levant.
(is it not from here that the words "left" and the "Levites" come, by the way)
Apparently the Aryan culture came there with the Dorian(DAryan?) invasion, in the Collapce of the Bronze Age
In other sources, the Minoans are called Greeks, but this is an obvious lie if we take into account that the Minoan language is not Greek.
 
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do you agree that you Muscovites are the mongols ?
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I do not see that Putin or the current government in any way promotes the Asian past and the Horde history. In mass propaganda and formal education, they are actively promoting Eurocentrism, and the whole Eastern history is swept under the rug. Moreover, they do this with a completely outright cynical lie.
 

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The question of reviving the imperial flag, which was in Russia before Nicholas II, was considered or prepared for consideration in parliament. It was the flag of the Austro-Hungarian palette, and if that happened, it could be seen as an ideological tilt towards the Horde, since Austria Hungary inherited the Eastern equestrian culture. But this did not happen, which once again proves the Kremlin's Eurocentric ideology. I have not the slightest doubt about that.
 

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they promote the Holstein Gottorp queen Catherine II, even though according to many sources she is known as a shameful whore and tyrant. They tell much more about the bloody German century than about the glorious Austro-Hungarian 19th. The same ideology was in the USSR as a whole.
 

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And these are generally direct forgeries, because at that time there was still no "empire", the Muscovites owned only Muscovy itself within the northwest of the European part, and the hetmanate, there was nothing else there. Even the upper Don they had not yet colonized, they were driven out of there by Frol and Stepan Razins.
 

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