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Tuesday, 1 April 2014

Ukrainianism: A Cancerous Tumour in the Russian World… Banderovtsy: The Result of Ukrainisation

00 We ARE Moskali! 10.03.14

That isn’t OK with us… we ARE Moskali!

(Moskal: Galician pejorative for Great Russian, mostly redeemed by Russians today… are we Moskals? We are! Whaddaya gonna do about it?)



There’s a section where I’ve kept the original Cyrillic intact and untranslated. It doesn’t affect the meaning… it illustrates the changes that “Ukrainians” made in a particular word. Even one who can’t read Cyrillic can tell that! That’s why I did it.



The Ukraine! The native land of my ancestors who fought for the Russian land, for the Orthodox Faith, of the host found in the ancient Lay of Igor! Blessed land! For a long time now, in my prayer rule several times a day, I repeat two identical prayers, one for my Russian Motherland’s salvation and the other for my Ukrainian Motherland’s salvation… they’re one and indivisible in my heart. Once again, war has begun… once again, it broke out on the 22nd, not of June this time, but in February, when the Banderovtsy captured Kiev. Again, the war will be long, bloody, and undeclared… again, we face a hard defence of Crimea and Moscow… but then, as always, will come our Russian Victory!

Today, the Austrian-Polish-Soviet “Ukrainian” project is complete, and its creators can accept congratulations… they achieved their goal; they created a schism in the Russian World. They spent huge amounts of money in their attempt to reformat the Russian World, and its borne fruit… they created a Ukrainian “nation”… a “nation” of Janissaries willing to suffer, fight, and die for their ideals. The ideals of the Banderovtsy are simple… “We must destroy all traces of Russia and the Empire in the Ukraine, for if any trace of Russian tradition remains, then, establishing a Banderovtsy state is impossible”.

In 1596, the Unia forcibly tore the Christians of the Ukraine and Belarus from Orthodox Unity; the Unia placed them under the Polish Catholic yoke. Subsequent centuries saw attempts to force Polonisation and Catholicisation upon the Russian people in the Ukraine and Belarus, attempts that only ended with the return of Russian rule to these regions. After the Polish Partitions, only the western lands… Galicia, Podkarpatskaya Rus, and Bukovina remained outside the Russian Empire. Although Lvov, the main city of Galicia, was mostly Polish (in 1939, it was 70 percent Polish, 20 percent Jewish, and only 10 percent “Ukrainian”), full Polonisation in the countryside didn’t go well… they considered themselves Rusins, part of the Russian World, many looked with hope to Russia as a future deliverer from the Polish-Austrian yoke.

A new idea arose in mid-19th century Vienna… a project of ​​creating a new nation from the Rusins with an anti-Russian language and an anti-Russian ideology, a nation that would hate everything Russian. The prominent Polish priest/historian Walerian Kalinka formulated this policy as, “If Galicia can’t be mine, then, let it be neither mine nor thine”. Ludwik Mierosławski, a leader of the January Uprising, expressed it more specifically, “Let’s throw bombs and set the land afire on the Dnepr and the Don, in the heart of Russia. Let them destroy it. We should foster hatred and disputes amongst the Russian people. Then, the Russians will tear themselves with their own claws, and we’d spread and flourish”.Graf Agenor Romuald Gołuchowski, the Austrian governor of Galicia (Polish by nationality) put it more bluntly, “Let the Rusins be ‘Rusyns’… so that they’ll destroy themselves”. An advisor to Polish dictator Józef Piłsudski stated after Poland regained independence that it didn’t matter to Poles whether there really was a separate Ukrainian national consciousness within the Russian nation, “If the Ukrainian people didn’t exist, if they were just an ethnographic entity, we’d help them to achieve national consciousness. Why would we do that? To what purpose would we do that?  Then, to our east, we wouldn’t have to deal with over 90 million Great Russians and 40 million Little Russians united in an undivided strong nation”.


00 Barbara-Marie Drezhlo. Talerhof. They all had faces... 2012

Memorial to the Martyrs of Talerhof


To carry out Ukrainisation in Galicia required violent and bloody measures… the intelligentsia who resisted it faced denunciations from newly-minted “Ukrainians” during the First World War, being killed in their native places {as was St Maksim Sandovich: editor} or imprisoned in the Austrian death camps of Talerhof and Terezín, and the majority didn’t come back from there. However, after the Civil War, the Bolsheviks took on the cause of Ukrainisation even more fiercely and consistently… a vehement Ukrainisation undergone not only in the Ukrainian SSR, but also in the Kuban and Stavropol! There weren’t that many experts in its “language”, so they had to “import” them from Poland… to remedy a lack of textbooks, they used books printed in the Austro-Hungarian Empire… with portraits of Franz Joseph! By the end of 1925, an “army” of 50,000 Galician “imports” laboured in the Ukraine, and their number increased monthly.

Yet, the Galician-invented “govirku” (“speech” in the Galician dialect) had little in common with the people’s native dialects; no one knew it, and most refused to learn it. In 1925, the fifth anniversary of Ukrainisation, the Kiev Obkom of the Communist Party (Bolshevik) noted that despite the broad state support for Ukrainisation, 25 percent “absolutely didn’t know it” 30 percent “know almost nothing”, 30.5 percent “know little”, and only 14.5 percent were “more or less knowledgeable”. S A Yefremov noted, “Jews took Ukrainisation the most seriously. Indeed, over the last six months they’ve learnt the most”. Both Little Russians and Great Russians strongly opposed Ukrainisation; they didn’t want to teach “ridnoi movi” (Galician dialect for “native language”). Given the high percentage of Jews in the Ukraine then, we can assume that most of those 14.5 percent who were more or less competent in Ukrainian were Jews, not Little or Great Russians, the intended “beneficiaries” of “Mova” (Galician dialect equivalent of the Russian язык (yazyk: language)).

“Mova” was an artificial development; it was an anti-Russian language, with a maximum replacement of traditional folk Russian words with Polish, German, Galician dialect, or simply concocted equivalents. The main point was that it wasn’t Standard Russian. They constantly tinkered with it, they repeatedly altered words, since the creators of this “language” wanted to take it as far from Russian as they could. For example, take «местоимение» (mestoimenie: pronoun”); in turn, they changed it to «мiстоименния», «мiстойменник», «заiименник», and «займенник». Where it was impossible to come up with something by ad-libbing, they took any foreign word that they could. For example, «вертолёт» (vertolyot: helicopter), according to native derivation (“vertical flyer”), became in Mova (as in modern English), «геликоптер» (“geliokopter”) and «запятая» (zapyataya: comma) became «кома» (“koma”) {which means “clod” in real Russian… what a buncha maroons!: editor}.

The result is gibberish, which angered even one of the original leading lights of the Mova movement, Ivan Semyonovich Nechui-Levitsky, who went into opposition to Ukrainisation, saying 1912, “in trying to get something really far away from Russian, they came up with something that’s far away from real spoken Ukrainian”, he proposed to create a new national vernacular based on Podneprsky (“By the Dnepr”) dialects. If you look at The Tale of Bygone Years and The Lay of the Host of Igor, one realises that they’re in an archaic language, not modern Ukrainian or Russian, although they came from what’s now the Ukraine. Indeed, they help us to realise how artificial modern “ridnoi movi” is. Again, if you read the Chronicle of What I Saw, by a contemporary and possible associate of Bogdan Khmelnitsky, you won’t find “ridnoi movi” there either.

However, what best describes Mova’s artificiality is familiarity with the language of the Lemkos, the westernmost people in the Russian World. The land of the Lemkos… Lemkovina… around the ancient Russian city of Peremishlya (now Przemyśl in Podkarpackie Voivodeship in the Polish Republic). Lemko historian Fr Ioann Polyansky (1888-1972, literary pseudonym “Lemkin”) wrote about the Lemko language, “The Lemko nationality belongs to the great Russian-Slavic motherland. The name ‘Rus’ was for them the eternal holy embodiment of the ​​Slavic ideal, it always laid in their hearts. They call themselves Rusin, Russian, Rusnyak, and Lemko… although in later times, our Lemkos sometimes used the term “Ukrainian” to name their nationality, yet, simultaneously, they kept their earlier orientation. Bear in mind that Lemkos use different terms due to political conditions, they’re not all from our soil”.

Another brilliant Lemko, Dmitri Vislotsky (1888-1968, literary pseudonym “Vanyo Gunyanka”), wrote in his primer on his tongue, “The Russian People consists of Great Russians and Little Russians, along with Ukrainians, Belarusians, and Lemkos. At base, Little Russians and Ukrainians are similar to Great Russians; the differences are more in the nature of discrete accents on the same theme. Belarusians and Lemkos also developed out of the same Russian root. In our Lemko language, some words are the same in Russian, but aren’t similar to modern Ukrainian. Modern Ukrainians forgot their links with Great Russians and Belarusians. That means our Lemko people are part of the one Russian People. We have words in common with Russian, but not with Slovak and Polish”. The truth, expressed in the placid, sonorous, and ancient Russian mother-language!

The widespread dissemination of the “Ukrainian” language led to creating ideological justifications for it… a separatist alternative anti-Russian history… full of lies about its alleged separate existence from the Russian people. Anyone even slightly familiar with the history of our people say that the “ridnoi movi” language and history are nonsense… however, not only Austria-Hungary and pre-war Poland maintained and supported this twaddle with much funding, but also the early USSR, and, after 1991, the chimerical Ukrainian pseudo-state. This drivel generates conclusions… the building of a stable Ukrainian state is impossible if there’s a strong Russian state, and one can’t build a stable Ukrainian state unless one infects the Russian World with the cancer of anti-Russian Ukrainianism. After all, it’s obvious that after it took root in Galicia, the “Ukrainian” language seeks to win the central, eastern, and southern regions, and if it settles there, then, the turn will come of the Kuban and Stavropol, where there was Ukrainisation until 1930, then, the fanatics would target Kursk, Voronezh, Belgorod, and Bryansk Oblasts, etc., etc. This anti-Russian cancer will metastasise until it infects the entire Russian World, unless we destroy, finally, the demonic “Ukrainian” project.

After all, the fruits of Ukrainianism are obvious… genocide of Russians in Galicia during World War I by Austria-Hungary, open and unbridled harassment of Russians in Galicia and in the Ukrainian SSR before the VOV, numerous Hitlerite Ukrainian auxiliary police battalions, which ran rampant in the Ukraine and Belarus during the VOV. For instance, it’s no secret the Germans didn’t destroy Khatyn; Ukrainian collaborators of the 118 Police Battalion under Vasili Meleshko did the dirty deed. The Germans just encircled the area in a cordon; the details came out only because a teenager survived due to “laying doggo”. The Ukrainians drove all the inhabitants into a barn, set it on fire, then, fired into the building with a machine gun, and finished off all those women and children who managed to escape from the blaze with rifle fire. In contrast to the German fascists, the Ukrainians showed no mercy. Reputedly, Vladimir Shcherbitsky, the First Secretary of the KPU, begged on his knees to all the other Politburo members not to tell this terrible truth about the Ukrainians. The Soviets caught only one of these Ukrainian “heroes” of Khatyn; they condemned him in a closed court session. However, today, a museum in Chernovtsy glorifies the fiends of the 118 Battalion as heroes of the Ukraine.

Today, the Banderovtsy are again temporarily victorious in the Ukraine; we have a very tough fight ahead of us. However, if we want to win with the least amount of casualties, we need to be clear about one thing. There aren’t three fraternal peoples; there’s only one indivisible Russian nation, part of which was long under Polish Catholic rule, thereby acquiring some borrowed differences in customs and language, which, nevertheless, divide us much less than Bavarians, Saxons, and Prussians in Germany, or Provençals, Picardians, and Parisians in France. Therefore, now, it’s necessary to carry out a resolute policy of de-Ukrainisation in Little Russia, along with a vigorous anti-Banderovtsy campaign. At the same time, we shouldn’t forget about Belarus, where today some forces want to separate them artificially from the Russian World.

Remember the efficacious treatment that we handed out to the Banderovtsy the first time around, it was swift and potent Russian medicine… the NKVD swept in and grabbed them, they had quick and resolute trials, leading to their breathing in the fresh frosty air in the vast Siberian expanses and in the Russian Far East… places that were glad to accept healthy energetic young people. Yep… there are plenty of places to send ‘em… Yaytsenyuk and Yarosh, Muzichko and Lyashko, Klichko and all the other Banderovtsy scumbags. There’s no other way out for us anymore… otherwise, the Ukrainian bacilli will infect the Russian World with its cancerous metastasis, self-destructing it like a PVO SAM that’s flown off-course.

23 March 2014

Yevgeni Altukhov

Russkaya Narodnaya Liniya



00 Ukrainian junta mansions 05. 02.03.14

Yatsenuk’s mansion in Kiev… only 100 metres (330 feet) from Yanukovich’s … the darkened pot (Yatsenyuk) dares to call the kettle (Yanukovich) black. With such brass and chutzpah, Yatsenyuk will do well on Wall Street when Russia exiles him (truly, the wisest course… see below).



It’s clear what Russia has to do. It must show compassion and attentiveness to the mass of ordinary folk in the Ukraine; they’ve suffered quite enough over the past 23 years, compounded by the recent misrule of the junta. As for the Banderovtsy, there are two choices, neither of them nice nor without backlash.

Firstly, one could shot the scumbags out of hand… that seems neat and quick, but that brings several problems in its wake. It’d make Russia an international pariah in the West, something that it doesn’t need now (the American “sanctions” didn’t gain much cred… if Russia plays its cards right, it’ll have little effect in most of Europe). Besides which, it’d cause all sort of internal problems, not the least of which would creating “martyrs” for the Ukie nationalists.

Therefore, since the Rodina has to rid itself of these monsters, the only way out is to exile them in perpetuity. Yes… they’d make much noise in the USA and Canada; they’d reinforce the Galician diaspora and radicalise it. However, that wouldn’t create martyrs and Langley would soon tire of supporting them. A few oligarchs and political scumbags have money in foreign parts… Darlin’ Yuliya would sup with Mary Lou Whitney during the Saratoga season. A few others would ingratiate themselves with Langley… Tyagnibok has no scruples; he’d probably end as a CIA hitman (with a modest bungalow in the Virginia ‘burbs). Yatsenyuk would go to work for a Wall Street firm and succeed… his greedster skills would be in demand (he’d have a McMansion in Syosset). Klichko has the greatest probability ending up dead… he’s a political naïf, and some Right Sector bastard would grease him for his gold jewellery. Most of the rest would end washing dishes at Veselka’s on Tenth and Second, or pouring drafts at the Blue and Gold.

Oh, yes… John McCain would hold congressional hearings on “Who lost the Ukraine” (as though it was the USA’s to lose in the first place). The wisest thing to do in that case is to say nothing. Sergei Viktorovich should light up another Marlboro and strum his guitar. It’s nothing to get in a wrangle about.

I want to emphasise to all of you… this situation is far from over, and the intel is far from clear, especially, in junta-controlled areas. No one knows yet what next week will bring, let alone next month. NO ONE KNOWS, especially, not the fatuous talking heads in the Western media. I’ll confide that not even VVP has righteous intel… this is a massive cow pie stinkin’ to high heaven… and VVP doesn’t want to step in it unless he must. However, I think that, in the end, VVP will win through, and Obama & Co will face a feast with a gigantic shit sandwich as the featured entrée (will Nuland get le sabot? We’ll have to watch that one).

May this end soon… the people of Little Russia have suffered enough misrule for ten nations…


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