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Russian Political Version of Trident
“Khazaria is a multi-ethnic and multi-confessional state created by the Turks in 650 on the territory of modern Ukraine, the Lower Volga region and the North Caucasus. According to Artamonov and many other scientists, the Slavic farmers were able to colonize the forest-steppe zone of modern Ukraine
“ under the auspices of the Khazars, who protected them from the attack of nomads. Archaeologist Vladimir Petrukhin believes that the Khazars provided a peaceful life to the Slavic settlers, farmers, and colonists, and they were interested in this. At the same time, most, including Ukrainian, scientists believe that it was the Khazars who founded the city of Kiev. Thus, modern Israeli textbooks state: ‘At about the same time, the Jewish kings of Khosars founded the city of Kiev, the current capital of Ukraine. It was a transit point on the trade route to Germany.’ The trading day in Kiev at that time held only on Saturdays. One of the quarters of ancient Kiev was called Zhidovka, and some of the leading gates called Jewish until they were renamed the Golden Gate. President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev somehow, speaking on television, said: ‘According to the Byzantine chronicles of Emperor Constantine, Kiev was founded by our ancestors by the Khazar Turks.
The Vizier of the Khazar Khanate Ahmad ibn Kuya founded the border fortress of Samvatas. After the death of the Vizier and the Chief of the Guard of the Khaganate, Samvatas renamed to Kiev (Ibn Kuya) ‘. Nazarbayev's words directly confirmed by the chronicles of the Byzantine emperor Constantine the God-Bearer and the Arab chronicles Masudi. Diverse Ukrainian culture characterized by the fact that it completely copies the culture of its neighbors. Thus, the national costumes of Hungarians and residents of Transcarpathia, Moldovans, and residents of the Vinnytsia region, Poles, and residents of the Lviv region, Romanians, and residents of Bukovina completely coincide even in details. Then the question arises. And what is the native Ukrainian culture? Most Ukrainians will answer that this is a culture of the Cossacks. Even written in the Hymn of Ukraine that the Ukrainians are not Russian, but Cossack. But is Cossack culture a culture of Rusich? The word "Cossack" is of Turkic origin borrowed from another, already disappeared people, namely, the Khazars. The shaved head and the forelock are in fact Khazar borrowing since the Khazars shaved their heads and wore long foreheads before accepting Judaism. The same is true of modern Hasidic Jews who also shave their heads and leave their hair in the form of two bundles.
This custom among Ukrainians and Judaic Hasidim came from the time of the Khazar Khaganate. Jewish rabbis require the Hasidim to get rid of pagan vestiges in the form of a chub, but the Hasidim refer to the fact that the shaved head and the forelock are their bellicose symbol, which they inherited from Khazar times, and do not intend to change their historical traditions. True, at present most Hasidim have agreed to wear two pasas, but not on either side, as the Jews of Israel do, and in the middle, as is customary for Ukrainians or Khazars. The Hasidim have not given up the Khazar tradition to shave their heads, grow a long mustache, and wear wide trousers. Uniqueness is how the Arab authors described the Khazars during the Khazar-Arab war. Even the tactics of fighting have not changed very much. The Khazar origin of Ukrainian culture found in the works of Saveliev, Altshuller, Sholokhov, Evers, Shambarov, Gumilyov and others. Subsequently, the Khazars dissolved among the Eastern Slavs. The Ukrainians themselves do not deny their kinship with the Khazars and even seem to be very proud of this. So, recently in Ukraine, there was an exhibition called ‘From Khazars to Cossacks. On guard of Ukrainian freedom ‘’, where hundreds of exhibits presented, proving the prevailing culture of Khazars and Ukrainian Cossacks. A clearer picture of what the Ukrainians stand on whose guardianship freedom allows us to understand Ukrainian historical memory. Indeed, the Ukrainians could not preserve the ancient traditions of the princes of ancient Rus and the heroes, but they preserved the following. Here is an excerpt from the Gribyanka chronicle: ‘The Khazars of Ukraine have changed little. They changed the name. Instead of Khazars, they are called Cossacks ‘. The closest associate of Ivan Mazepa, Hetman Philippe Orlik wrote in his famous Constitution: ‘The people of the fighting ancient Ukrainian, which used to be called Khazar, was raised by immortal fame, spacious possessions and knightly honors.’ Also, about the Khazar origin of Ukrainians, Velichko, Archbishop of Belarus Georgy Konisky, points out in his work "The History of Rus and Little Russia" and others. In the Poltava region, you can still find such names as the Great Kozar, Malaya Kozara, Kozary, Kozarovichi, Kozarovka, the Kozarka River and others. However, the question arises. For whom was Ukraine created, if the Turkic-speaking Khazars-Christians disappeared among the Slavs? The fact is that during the Khazar Khaganate existence, the Khazars-Christians played only an executive role, while the ruling elite along with the Jews professed Judaism. Therefore, in the history and life of the Jewish people, there were not one but two state entities. First, this is mono-national Israel. Second, it is a multinational Khazar Kaganate, where the ruling elite professed Judaism.
Speaking in the Parliament of Israel, President of Ukraine Poroshenko bluntly said: ‘Jews as a nation are the direct creators of Ukraine.’ Now the majority of the population of Ukraine, regardless of who speaks what language, are ethnic Slavs (Russians). But among those who refer themselves to ethnic Ukrainians, there is a substantial Türkic genetic layer, inherited from Ukraine by the Khazar Khaganate.”
In 1914, Austrian politician. Leopold Richard Burgess said that “Our main objective is this war is the long-term weakening of Russia, and therefore, if we win, we will set about creating a Ukrainian state independent of Russia.” The village of Korak’s tribe many decade descendants was near the Dniester River that raises in Ukraine, near the city of Drohobych, close to the border with Poland, and flows toward the Black Sea. Its course marks part of the border of Ukraine and Moldova, after which it flows through Moldova for 398 kilometers (247 mi), separating the bulk of Moldova's territory from Transnistria. It later forms an additional part of the Moldova-Ukraine border, then flows through Ukraine to the Black Sea, where its estuary forms the “Dniester Liman.” (footnote: Liman (Лиман) is a Hellenized Russian adaptation of the Medieval Greek λιμένας limenas) During the Neolithic, the Dniester River was the center of one of the most advanced civilizations on earth at the time. The Cucuteni-Trypillian culture flourished in this area from roughly 5300 to 2600 BC, leaving behind thousands of archeological sites. Their settlements had up to 15,000 inhabitants, making them the first large farming communities in the world, long before Mesopotamian cities.
In antiquity, the (Dnieper) river was considered one of the principal rivers of European Sarmatia and mentioned by many Classical geographers and historians. According to Herodotus (iv.51), it rose in a large lake, while Ptolemy (iii.5.17, 8.1 &c.) places its sources in Mount Carpates (the modern Carpathian Mountains), and Strabo (ii) says that they are unknown. It ran in an easterly direction parallel with the Ister (lower Danube) and formed part of the boundary between Dacia and Sarmatia. It fell into the Pontus Euxinus to the northeast of the mouth of the Ister. The distance between them being 900 stadia – approximately 130 miles (210 km) – according to Strabo (vii.), while 130 miles (210 km) (from the Pseudostoma) according to Pliny (iv. 12. s. 26). Scymnus (Fr. 51) describes it as of easy navigation and abounding in fish. Ovid (ex Pont. iv.10.50) speaks of its rapid course.”
Ukraine's vast Mineral and Oil Resource - USA and EU Corporations Sought
The land mass that is known today as Ukraine was a treasure for the waves of Northern and Eastern conquers and oligarchs who exploited the mineral and energy. “Ukraine has rich and complimentary mineral resources in high concentrations and proximity to each other. Rich iron ore reserves located in the vicinity of Kryvyy Rih, Kremenchuk, Bilozerka, Mariupol, and Kerch form the basis of Ukraine’s sizeable iron-and-steel industry. One of the wealthiest areas of manganese-bearing ores in the world located near Nikopol. Bituminous and anthracite coal used for coke is mined in the Donets Basin. Energy for thermal power stations is obtained using the enormous reserves of brown coal found in the Dnieper River basin (north of Kryvyy Rih) and the bituminous coal deposits of the Lviv-Volyn basin. The coal mines of Ukraine are among the deepest in Europe. Many of them considered dangerous because their depth contributes to increased levels of methane. Methane-related explosions have killed numerous Ukrainian miners.Ukraine also has substantial deposits of titanium ore, bauxite, nepheline (a source of soda), alunite (a source of potash), and mercury (cinnabar, or mercuric sulfide) ores. A large deposit of ozokerite (a natural paraffin wax) occurs near the city of Boryslav. Subcarpathia possesses potassium salt deposits, and both Subcarpathia and the Donets Basin have large deposits of rock salt. Some phosphorites, as well as natural sulfur, are found in Ukraine.The three major areas producing natural gas and petroleum in Ukraine are the Subcarpathian region, exploited since the late 19th–early 20th century, and the Dnieper-Donets and Crimean regions, both developed since World War II. Following World War II, the extraction of natural gas in Ukraine soared until it accounted for one-third of the Soviet Union’s total output in the early 1960s.
Natural gas production declined after 1975, however, and a similar pattern of growth and exhaustion occurred with Ukraine’s petroleum, ultimately making the republic a net importer of these fuels. The exploitation of petroleum and natural gas in Ukraine necessitated the creation of an extensive pipeline transport system. One of the first natural gas pipelines in the region opened in the 1920s, linking Dashava to Lviv and then to Kiev. As a result of the Soviet Union’s commitment to significant gas exporting in the late 1960s and early ’70s, two trunk pipelines were laid across Ukraine to bring gas to eastern and western Europe from Siberia and Orenburg in Russia. Petroleum from the Dolyna oil field in western Ukraine is piped some 40 miles (65 km) to a refinery at Drohobych, and oil from fields in eastern Ukraine piped to a refinery in Kremenchuk. Subsequently, more massive petroleum trunk lines added (some 700 miles [1,100 km]) to supply petroleum from western Siberia to refineries at Lysychansk, Kremenchuk, Kherson, and Odessa, as well as a 420-mile (675-km) segment of the Druzhba (“Friendship”) pipeline. Friendship pipeline crosses western Ukraine to supply Siberian oil to other European countries. The pipes connecting the Siberian oil and gas fields with Europe are a significant economic asset for Ukraine, as their importance to Russia gives Ukraine leverage in negotiations over oil and gas imports. However, disputes between Ukraine and Russia have in the past led the latter to cut off its supply temporarily thus negatively affecting Ukraine. Ukraine is heavily dependent on fossil fuels and nuclear power for its energy needs. Hydroelectricity accounts for less than 10 percent of the country’s electricity production, and the contribution of other renewable sources is negligible. Although coal production is substantial, Ukraine relies on imported oil and natural gas to satisfy its energy requirements. Thermal power stations are found in all parts of the country, though the largest is in the Donets Basin and along the Dnieper. A third electric energy-producing area is in the vicinity of the Lviv-Volyn coal basin, and in the Transcarpathian region, there is a group of several power stations. Nuclear power stations are located near the cities of Khmelnytskyy, Rivne, and Zaporizhzhya, as well as along the Southern Buh River. The severe nuclear accident at one of the Chernobyl reactors in 1986 triggered a powerful environmental movement in Ukraine and spurred the drive toward political independence from the Soviet Union. (Footnote: Ukrainian anti-Russian poet Ivan Drach wrote, “Chernobyl roused our souls.”) The last working reactor at Chernobyl was closed in 2000.” Russia decided that it did not have any further responsibility. However, a massive concrete tomb placed over the damaged reactor with EU funding. Expert Serhii Plokhy writes that the town will not be safe for human settlement until 20,000 years have passed.
“Revolution of Dignity”
Ukraine's Oligarch 2016 suspends access to an Internet network The Ukrainian government's move to curtail private access to the two social-media sites provoked controversy. The advocacy group, Human Rights Watch, called the ban "a cynical, politically expedient attack on the right to information affecting millions of Ukrainians, and their personal and professional lives." Hours after the decision was made public on May 16, 2016, Ukraine's presidential office issued a press release, "Russia had tried to take down its website by flooding it with data, in what is known as a distributed denial of service attack" Andrei Soldatov, an expert on Russia’s internet, said “Vkontakte has a much friendlier relationship with the Russian authorities than Facebook does. He said the company, which is Russia's most popular social media network, often gives organizations like the Federal Security Service (FSS) access to user data to monitor political dissent in Russia. They are often happy to comply with security services," he said, adding he did not know the network being used in cyber-attacks.
Ukraine - A Vassal State of America?
The attacks by Russian hackers on Ukraine's critical infrastructure have some experts worried the approach could be used elsewhere. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security didn't comment on the hack of the Ukrainian electricity grid until well after the fact, raising questions about whether the U.S. was prepared to defend against such an attack on its infrastructure. "We have never had a White House-level official come out and say, regardless of who did it, that this was a significant event and that it was wholly an inappropriate attack on civilian infrastructure," said Robert M. Lee, the CEO and founder of cybersecurity firm Dragos.
Ambassador Victoria Nuland was sworn-in as Under Secretary for Political Affairs in April 2021.- She only achieved a BA (2yr program) in History Prior to that, she was Senior Counselor at the Madaleine Albright Stonebridge Group, a global strategic advisory and commercial diplomacy firm based in Washington, DC. She was also a non-resident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, Distinguished Practitioner in Grand Strategy at Yale University, and a Member of the Board of the National Endowment for Democracy.
A U.S. diplomat for 32 years, Ambassador Nuland served as Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs from September 2013 until January 2017 under President Obama and Secretary Kerry. She was State Department Spokesperson during Secretary Hillary Clinton’s tenure, and U.S. Ambassador to NATO during President George W. Bush’s second term, 2005-2008. Nuland served as Special Envoy and chief negotiator on the Treaty on Conventional Arms Control in Europe from 2010-2011, and as Deputy National Security Advisor to Vice President Cheney from 2003-2005. In addition to two tours at NATO in Brussels.Victoria has served overseas in Russia, China and Mongolia, and in various assignments at the State Department in Washington.
How did a women with limited education rise to be distinguished of being involved in the Iraq War, the 2014 overthrow of the President of Ukraine, and continued the USA State Department control of oligarchs Petro Poroshenko and Zelensky? Joe Biden was seen at Poroshenko's Presidential ceremony and subsequently removed the Burisma Prosecutor who was investigating him and his son, Hunter Biden with $1billion dollars in aid? On March 10, 2022, as President Joe Biden again sent another $1billion dollars without Congressional approval.
USA Past Foreign Relations with Russia
Russia and positive Relations with USA President Richard Nixon. However, since the Clintons, paid to make Russia the enemy of the Democratic Party and the President elect, Donald John Trump, was an "agent of Putin, the President of Russia. President Barak Hussein Obama and Vice President Joseph Biden used the CIA and the FBI to spy on President Trump, his family, and to arrest members of his staff and professional friends.
Over the last 25years the investors of movies in California made numerous propaganda leaning movies to prove the narrative that "Russia was spying and working to overthrown the Government of the USA." This was to condition the population of the USA that Russia and its population were evil and not worthy to cooperate with the EU and the USA. Overtime, due to the USA printing trillions of paper USDs mounting trillions of debt, that could never be paid. The USA FED was viewed by news reporters as a clear "Ponzi Scheme". The DC politicians used the dollar as a reserve currency to place over 9080 sanctions on Russia to bring pain upon Russian Slavic Orthodox Christian children and the elderly. They used the corporate global monopoly media and cartels to create a mindset that was to continue after the Cold War.In 2022, those millionaires in Congress earned for a HOT War.
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