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How Crimea's Tatars are fighting Muscovite occupation and displacement / REGULAR UPDATE

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How Crimea's Tatars are fighting Muscovite occupation and displacement, UNFORTUNATELY the CT and other Ukrainian patriots fight against Muscovite occupation and displacement go under radar in our media BUT I´ll do my best​


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Crimea’s indigenous Tatar population has faced persecution and adversity for generations. Today, as Crimea is held under Muscovite occupation, new hardships have forced Crimean Tatars to make their voices heard. When Kremlin forces illegally seized the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine in 2014, Moscow began rapidly moving hundreds of thousands of Muscovites to the territory, instituted discriminatory laws that targeted the predominately Muslim Tatars, and displaced approximately one-sixth of the almost 300,000 Tatars in Ukraine. One of the biggest challenges for Crimeans now is the documentation of violence and rights violations against those living under Muscovite occupation—a police state, where affiliation with religious groups and the reporting of abuse leads to numerous Tatars being imprisoned by authorities. Crimean Tatars are fighting to be heard—is anyone listening? How can Kyiv and the international community step in to support this marginalized and targeted ethnic minority? How are Crimeans standing against their occupiers?
 

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Crimeans living in other nations need to get organized and inform the general public and lobby the government in whatever nation they live in now. That will help gain widespread public support for their cause.
 
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Crimeans living in other nations need to get organized and inform the general public and lobby the government in whatever nation they live in now. That will help gain widespread public support for their cause.
yes, + UN´d punish Moscow for the genocide

 

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another day.....the same crap by the OP. :rolleyes:
 

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How Crimea's Tatars are fighting Muscovite occupation​


179x?

By the way: Which people had lived in the Krim before the Tartars (Turks) had once conquered the Krim?
 
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yes, + UN´d punish Moscow for the genocide


Stalin - an ally of the USA in this time of history - had even displaced Georgians - although he had been a Georgian on his own. Only the loyalty to his own person was important for this damned asshole.
 
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179x?

By the way: Which people had lived in the Krim before the Tartars (Turks) had once conquered the Krim?
C. Tartars are not the turks , they always lived in C.
 
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Stalin - an ally of the USA in this time of history - had even displaced Georgians - although he had been a Georgian on his own. Only the loyalty to his own person was important for this damned asshole.
 

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C. Tartars are not the turks , they always lived in C.

What's wrong. They are a Turkish tribe using a turkish language - also called "Crimean Turks". This cultural Turks are perhaps (=not a proven hypothese) biologically melted with other conquerors of the Crimea: Mongols, Khazars, Greeks, Iranians, Huns, Bulgarians, Kumanen (German word), Crimean Goths and also Crimean Armenians, people from Veneto and Genua ... in 1799 the Russians had conquered the Crimea.

And I remember also a very strange attack of the Brits - a kind of "dress rehearsal" for world war 1 - which had ended in a very bloody disaster for the British empire - which had had owned about 25% of the world at this time of history.

The Crimea came to the Ukraine about a kind of joke of world history: The Soviet leader Krushchev made it to a present to the Ukraine in 195x when everyone saw in the Ukraine only a province of Russia.

Whatever: To speak about a genocide since 1799 from the Russians on the Crimean tartars (who have nothing to do wíth the Wolga Tartars) seems not to be plausible. The Soviets - specially the Soviet Stalin - had been a problem for many people - not only for the Crimean Tartars and whether the Ukrainians really would be better for the Crimean Tartars is a hypothese which also never had been proven, because never many Ukrainians had lived in the Crimea. The main population there are still Russians.

And not to forget: The Crimea is the main harbor of the Russian Black Sea fleet. So the "hawks of war" from all sides cry very loud and like to hide every truth.
 
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What's wrong. They are a Turkish tribe using a turkish language...
No you are wrong as usual , WIKI
"The Crimean Tatars were formed as a people in Crimea and are descendants of various peoples who lived in Crimea in different historical eras. The main ethnic groups that inhabited the Crimea at various times and took part in the formation of the Crimean Tatar people are Tauri, Scythians, Sarmatians, Alans, Greeks, Goths, Bulgars, Khazars, Pechenegs, Italians and Circassians. The consolidation of this diverse ethnic conglomerate into a single Crimean Tatar people took place over the course of centuries. The connecting elements in this process were the commonality of the territory, the Turkic language and Islamic religion"
 

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No you are wrong as usual , WIKI
"The Crimean Tatars were formed as a people in Crimea and are descendants of various peoples who lived in Crimea in different historical eras. The main ethnic groups that inhabited the Crimea at various times and took part in the formation of the Crimean Tatar people are Tauri, Scythians, Sarmatians, Alans, Greeks, Goths, Bulgars, Khazars, Pechenegs, Italians and Circassians. The consolidation of this diverse ethnic conglomerate into a single Crimean Tatar people took place over the course of centuries. The connecting elements in this process were the commonality of the territory, the Turkic language and Islamic religion"

It lived people in the Crimea who had not been Muslims and not been Turks. Then came Osmans and conquered the Crimea and all this people had been either murdered or had been assimiliated or displaced. Czarina Catherine decided to protect her empire against the Osmans and conquered the Crimea. And more than 200 yeas later still live Turkish speaking Muslims in the Crimea who had been "genocided". Sounds not plausible this "genocide".

Sure had happened unbelievable brutal and cruel things under Stalin in the Soviet Union. Stalin had been the only paranoiac who had the very best real reasons to be a paranoiac and to die in complete mental derangement. But he was not only a "problem" (=a devil) for the people in the Crimea - he had been a problem for everyone in Russia. This man murdered many millions of Russians. And now you can buy elegant shoes in Moscow under the picture of this nice fatherly murderous friend. Ugly! But so it is! Hopefully Putin became not a victim of such Soviet ghosts who he had called back. Why? Because no one will help the Crimean Tartars - not the West and not any Turk or Muslim and also not the government of the Ukraine. The idiots who like to use the Crimean Tartars for their own plans (dead or alive) are without any moral compass on their own.

 
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How Crimea's Tatars are fighting Muscovite occupation and displacement, UNFORTUNATELY the CT and other Ukrainian patriots fight against Muscovite occupation and displacement go under radar in our media BUT I´ll do my best​


here we go :


Crimea’s indigenous Tatar population has faced persecution and adversity for generations. Today, as Crimea is held under Muscovite occupation, new hardships have forced Crimean Tatars to make their voices heard. When Kremlin forces illegally seized the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine in 2014, Moscow began rapidly moving hundreds of thousands of Muscovites to the territory, instituted discriminatory laws that targeted the predominately Muslim Tatars, and displaced approximately one-sixth of the almost 300,000 Tatars in Ukraine. One of the biggest challenges for Crimeans now is the documentation of violence and rights violations against those living under Muscovite occupation—a police state, where affiliation with religious groups and the reporting of abuse leads to numerous Tatars being imprisoned by authorities. Crimean Tatars are fighting to be heard—is anyone listening? How can Kyiv and the international community step in to support this marginalized and targeted ethnic minority? How are Crimeans standing against their occupiers?

 
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forget about Tramp and Obama we have the great leaders today - Biden and Zelensky and we are gonna f&ck up the ulus of juchi totally

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