The most guarded secret of Russia is its Past
The most guarded secret of Russia is its Past
Anonim

In recent years, a war has been unleashed in the Russian media against the Russians. Paradox? No, it’s a pattern. This is war. And we have to defend ourselves. According to the results of the 2010 population census. the Russian population is 82%. According to the norms of UNESCO and the United Nations, a country is mono-national if 66.6% of the population are representatives of the same nationality.

And the Constitution of the Russian Federation says that we are a multinational country. And why then all the key posts in our country are occupied or controlled by representatives of nationality, which is only 3% of the population of the entire country! ???

And these 3% hate and fear the people, who are actually kept in slavery, and tell tales about an uneducated, dirty, drunken hungry Russia that is not capable of anything in all ages?

Even Patriarch Kirill made it clear what he thought of our ancestors in a bestselling interview about the subhumans who lived in the pits before the advent of Christian enlighteners."

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He, poor fellow, does not even know how close to the truth. We lived in pits, yes. And what is YAM?

So after all, this is a key element of the medieval logistics system of Russia!

Everyone should finally understand what Yam is! This is a terminal for handling cargo, goods, mail and passenger traffic.

In the pits there was an inn, an inn, a bathhouse, a chapel, and sometimes a barber shop. And then the truckers were YAMSchiki.

By the way, do you know how "vokzal" sounds in Estonian?

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They, Estonians, call the station by the “ancient Estonian” word “JAAM”. The network of pits was single, with a centralized management (Yamskaya Prikaz - read "Ministry of Transport", now).

Thus, information, passengers and cargo moved on endless territories by those standards instantly. How else to manage such a vast empire?

So for the first time in the world there was a branch of the national economy - logistics. In Europe, she could not appear, the distances are not the same. In Europe, logistics was announced for the first time in Germany during the First World Won. And you say bastard Russia …

And how did ordinary travelers who found themselves in medieval Russia see Russia?

Not engaged, and impartial?

Their testimonies are in the public domain; not all of the papers were burned by the “holy priest’s church”.

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Ivan III Vasilievich (Ivan the Great) - 01.22.1440 - 10.27.1505

- Russians are very beautiful, both men and women, but in general they are rude people. The aforementioned sovereign [Ivan III] is 35 years old; he is tall but thin; in general he is a very handsome person. - Ambrogio Contarini 1477

- these are those who were once called Scythians, and for some time now they are mistakenly called Muscovites, since residents of only one city can be called Muscovites; it is as if all the French were called Parisians for the reason that Paris is the capital of the Kingdom of France, and even then with good reason, since Paris has been the capital since time immemorial, and Moscow has been it for only a hundred or two hundred years.

The emperor grants everyone freedom of conscience in the practice of rituals and beliefs, with the exception of Roman Catholics. They do not admit a single Jew since Ivan Vasilievich, nicknamed the Terrible, ordered to collect all of them, as there were in the country, and, having tied their hands and feet, to bring them to the bridge, ordered them to renounce their faith and made them say that they want to be baptized and believe in God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, and at the same moment ordered them all to be thrown into the water.

Among them there are many elderly people, 80-, 100- or 120-year-olds. Only at this age are they susceptible to disease. They do not know what a doctor is, unless the emperor and some of the chief nobles.

They also consider many things that are used in medicine to be unclean, among other things, they are reluctant to take pills; when it comes to washing agents, they hate them, as do musk, civet, and the like.

But if commoners get sick, they usually take vodka for a good sip and pour a charge of arquebus powder or a head of crushed garlic there, stir it, drink and immediately go to the steam room, so hot that it is almost impossible to endure, and stay there until they sweat for an hour. or two, and so they do in every illness. (Jacques Margeret).

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Russian soldier.

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Russian citizen.

“This country is very cold, and therefore everyone walks in clothes made from the fur of martens, of which there are a lot … The inhabitants are well-built: the men are very white, stout and tall; women are generally quite beautiful; the clothes and hats they wear, made of weasel fur, give them even more beauty. (Don Juan Persian 1600)

- Moschs are very capable of enduring all kinds of difficulties, since their bodies are tempered from birth by the cold. They calmly endure the harshness of the climate and are not at all afraid to go out with their heads open in the snow or rain, as well as in the heat, in a word, in any weather.

Children three or four years old, often in the most severe frosts, walk barefoot, barely covered with linen clothes and play in the yard, running in runs.

The consequence of this is the famous hardened bodies, and the men, although not giants in stature, are well-built and well built, of which some, completely unarmed, sometimes fight with the bears and, grabbing the ears, hold them until they are knocked out of forces; then they, completely subordinate and lying at their feet, put on a muzzle.

There are very few cripples or unfortunate people who arouse pity and possess some natural defect. (Jacob Reitenfels 1673)

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Boyarin Official Sagittarius Cossack

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Russian naval Cossacks (Varangians).

- she (Russia) is abundantly populated and has many large cities, villages and villages, and that he rode on horseback over one thousand two hundred miles through populated areas, heading to Italy, and that on other occasions he traveled on horseback over one thousand five hundred miles and everywhere she is inhabited so much so that one village or village is so close to another that they go for fire from one to another; and he said that the whole Russian country adheres to the Christian faith, all inhabitants are baptized and observe in their rites the Greek custom that his sovereign owns several new provinces acquired by his late most glorious father and himself, and these provinces are mostly pagan.

- in Russia there are large cities, among others Volodymyr, a very populated city with about sixty thousand fochi; he named others, each having about thirty thousand hearths, namely Novogrodia, Paskovia and Mosca, which in Latin is called Muscovy, and the last one is surrounded by walls built by the named sovereign, who lives here most of the time, holds a courtyard here, and is also located here his archbishop.

- some provinces, in particular pagan ones, pay as tribute every year a large number of sables, ermines and backs, others pay with linens and other items necessary for the consumption and life of the court, and that everything down to meat, honey, beer, grain and hay consumed by the Sovereign and others belonging to the court.

- they usually dress in fox furs in winter, especially in their white throats, and that they have a large number of these furs. In the middle seasons they use lighter furs, in summer they use linen fabrics, from which they make shirts and other clothes. Noblemen use sable and other valuable furs, and in warm weather ermines and backs (dossi) with the fur outside, and with the skin of the fur (cartha de la pelle) for the shirt, which makes it possible to maintain freshness.

- in this country there is an enormous number of cattle, large and small, that there are very large pastures in it and a lot of cheap meat and chickens are on sale, and that there are large rivers and lakes that produce a lot of good fish, that they have an enormous abundance of grain, so that in a number of places, due to an excessive amount of it, amazing and amazing reserves of wheat and other grain have been collected, especially in those areas that are far from the sea, since there is no one there who could take it and send it to another place. From drinks they use beer, made most often from barley, and honey, which makes a good drink.

- when Mister Herzog (Tsar Ivan III) wants to go out with the cavalry on some campaign, after 15 days at his disposal in each city and village people designated and allocated for him, for each province, so that in total two hundred and three hundred thousands of horses and that they are paid by communities, cities and villages for the entire time for which the named master wants to occupy them. The tartars living at the border give him many more horsemen. [He said] that during war they use light shells, such as those used by the Sultan's Mamelukes, and their offensive weapons are mostly an ax and a bow; some use a spear to strike;

- crossbows, crossbows and muskets were introduced there and are widely used. The sovereign is very much loved and revered by his own people, and he treats his courtiers with great simplicity and generosity, and sometimes he takes food with them and has fun. (Ambassador to Moscow Georgy Perkamot 1486)

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The main striking force of the Russian army is the horror of Europe. During the lava, they rhythmically shouted with increasing volume and frequency "VAR-VAR-VAR-VAR!" And when the distraught enemy screeched, the victorious: "URAAAA!"

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Great Hertsog John III. Let's read the "duke" in the mirror: guest rex. The Lord of the Merchants turns out)

- all of its peoples, using the Slavic language and following the rites and faith of the Christian according to Greek law, according to the popular nickname Russ (in Latin ruthenes) multiplied to the point that they either ousted the peoples who lived between them, or forced them to adopt their own way of life, so that now all are called by one common name of the Russians. All of them recognize themselves as Slavs, but the Germans, taking the name from some vandals, all who use the Slavic language are indiscriminately called Vends, Windows and Windish.

- Of the sovereigns who now own Russia, the main one is the Grand Duke of Moscow, who has most of it under his rule; the second is the Grand Duke of Lithuania, the third is the King of Poland, who now rules both Poland and Lithuania.

- Some were nicknamed morams from the river, others ochekhi, that is, Bohemians; in the same way the Croats, Beli, Serbs (Serbs) and Horontans were nicknamed, who remained to live on the Danube, but, driven out by the Wallachians and came to the Vistula, received the name Lech, from a certain Lech, a Polish prince, from whom the Poles are now also called Lech.

Others called themselves Litvin, Mazov, Pomeranian; still others, living along Borisfen, where Kiev is now, in glades; the fourth - the Drevlyans living in the groves, who settled between the Dvina and Pripyat, are called Dregovichi, others - the Polotsk people, along the Polota River, which flows into the Dvina;

others near Lake Ilmen, who occupied Novgorod and installed a prince named Gostomysl; others along the Desna and Suda rivers are called north or seversk; others near the sources of the Volga and Borisfen are called Krivichi; their capital and fortress is Smolensk. (Counselor-chamberlain and head of the Austrian state treasury Sigismund Baron Herberstein-Neuperg-Güttentag. Vienna, March 1, 1549.)

For a snack. For those who had the courage to finish reading so far, it is a mystery: Who is in the portrait, Cortez or Magellan?

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Ermak Timofeevich. The legendary Cossack chieftain, who brilliantly carried out an operation to restore constitutional order in Siberia.

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