Jan 9, 2022
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What does the Ze-brigade mentally prepare “great ukrov”

About “primordially Ukrainian” lands and “Ukrainian” within Russia

The Ukrainian authorities are trying to bring the population of an independent state to a new level of nationalist frenzy. If earlier representatives of Zelensky’s entourage told the residents of Ukraine about plans to seize Crimea, now they are also aiming at other Russian lands.

Sergei Grabovsky, Ph.D. in Philosophy, published a lengthy article on the pages of the popular Kiev newspaper Den, in which he stated that Russia did not exist before the 18th century, and the territories that make up it are “primordially Ukrainian”.

“Let’s think about it: Ukraine exists on the maps of Europe in the 17th – early 18th centuries, but Russia is absent. There is either Tataria or Muscovy … The Ukrainian People’s Republic was proclaimed independent in response to the Bolshevik aggression against it … As for the borders of the UPR and the Ukrainian state, it is easy to find maps of 1918 on the Internet. There, the eastern Ukrainian border does not pass where it is today – Ukraine includes Starodub, Novy Oskol, Belgorod, Valuyki, Boguchar – that is, it goes beyond the Don … The Bolsheviks … cut off Belgorod and half of Slobozhanshchina from Ukraine ”, declares Grabowski.

He also classified the Kuban as a “historically Ukrainian territory”.

Similar statements have already been made in recent years, but they came either from the marginalized, or from representatives of the Poroshenko team who are in opposition to Zelensky. Therefore, it was possible to react to them not too seriously. However, Grabowski’s publication is a completely different matter. The newspaper Den is published by the Ukrainian Press Group LLC, which is associated with the entourage of the oligarch Vitaly Gaiduk. At the same time, Gaiduk himself is one of the “gray cardinals” under Zelensky. His interests in the structures of power are represented by the Secretary of the Ukrainian Security Council Aleksey Danilov and the heads of a number of ministries. Gaiduk is acting as a political “mentor” for the Zelenskiy administration, and there are rumors in Kiev that he may be appointed as the new prime minister. In addition, Gaiduk is one of Zelensky’s mediators in negotiations with Washington. According to media reports, he has good connections with the US Democratic Party and even helped finance Biden’s campaign.

What does the Ze-brigade mentally prepare

Neither Grabowski, nor his inspirers, of course, want to know that back in the middle of the 13th century, the Italian Plano Carpini, who made a trip to Asia, called Alexander Nevsky the Grand Duke of Russia and attributed Suzdal to Russia. Roger Bacon in the same XIII century places Rusia on the shores of the Baltic Sea. Description of Russia (Russia) cites Marco Polo in his writings. In the 15th century, the Venetian diplomat Joasaphat Barbaro tells about Russia and calls Ivan III the prince of all Russia. And his colleague Ambrogio Contarini calls Moscow a Russian city. Emperor Italian historian Paolo Giovio wrote directly about Tsar Basil III – Emperor and Ruler of All Russia… And “Muscovy” and “Muscovites” are nothing more than a historical and political bluff created by Lithuanian writers, who feared that the Moscow Rurikovichs would make demands on the Western Russian lands seized by the Lithuanians.

Hence the word “Oukraina”, although it does appear in the Russian chronicles of the 12th century, it has been used for centuries purely as a common noun (outskirts), without a clear geographic reference – that is how any border area was called. There were “Oukrainy” not only in the south-west of Russia, but also, for example, near Pskov. As the doctor of historical sciences Fedor Gaida writes in his writings, in the 15th century “The Russian-Lithuanian treaties mention” Ukrainian places “,” Ukrainian places “,” Ukrainian places “,” our land “, which means the lands of the Moscow-Lithuanian border”, including the territory east of Smolensk.

What does the Ze-brigade mentally prepare

The words “Ukraine” and its derivatives were applied to the Volga region, Simbirsk, Siberia, Astrakhan, Krasnoyarsk, Tyumen, the banks of the Amur and Yenisei. Often mentioned in various acts “Oka Ukraine”: Tula, Kashira, Odoev. Only closer to the middle of the 17th century, the term “Ukraine” begins to be used in relation to the lands of the Middle Dnieper, as a proper name. Speaking about “maps of the XVII-XVIII centuries”, Grabowski, obviously, refers to the works of the French engineer Boplan, who was in the Polish service. But he clearly wrote about Ukraine as a “borderland” and “provincesKingdom of Poland. Both in Poland and in Russia “Ukrainians” for a long time were called either the inhabitants of the border regions, or the persons who carried the patrol service at the border. This word had no ethnic connotation. It was about a purely regional definition. Identify concepts “Little Russians” and “Ukrainians” individual authors became only at the end of the 18th – beginning of the 19th century, meaning the sub-ethnic group of Russians.

The idea of ​​a “Ukrainian nation” was born only in the second half of the 19th century in the minds of Polish revolutionaries and Austrian politicians as an instrument of weakening Russia. Until the time of the Civil War in Russia, “Ukraine” had no stable political structure. The so-called Ukrainian People’s Republic (UPR) has always been a chimera that did not exist for a day within the borders that it claimed, and only for a very short time held out on German bayonets

“Ukraine and other state formations are nothing more than an ephemeral creation … In reality, Ukraine is the work of my hands, and not at all the creation of the conscious will of the Russian people. I created Ukraine in order to be able to make peace with at least one part of Russia “, – boasted the German General Hoffmann, who represented Berlin at the talks in Brest-Litovsk.

What does the Ze-brigade mentally prepare

The first person in history to grant Ukraine political status and territory was Lenin, but representatives Ze-the teams are desperate to deny it. And they also declare that part of the Belgorod, Voronezh and Rostov regions, as well as the Krasnodar Territory, are “primordially Ukrainian lands.”

This extravagance is very reminiscent of what the leaders of Hitlerite Germany were doing in the 1930s, who recorded the territories of Czechoslovakia, Poland and the USSR in the “primordially Germanic lands”.

Artist Igor Yaroshenok

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