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Dmitry Sheiko Korvin Дмитрий Шейко

Whence European nations come and why

So many nations live and lived in Europe, whence they come and why? It seems what made those nations is the migration period. That’s curious the migration season was opened by Germans (Goths) in 2dn century. They relocated Gotland island (Sweden) to the North of Europe and pushed other tribes. Though, it hardly was the major impetus to the migration. They just moved further till the Dnepr river and founded a state there. There is a version that it was on the place of Ukrainian capital –Kiev, but there is no evidences. The real migration started lately with Hun’s invasion and the Extreme weather events of 535–536 (BTW, a meteorite? Volcanic winter? In the light of global effect of recent volcanic eruption it’s scary. Though, it could be worse) . So, where am I? Ah, who where those terrible Huns who had shaken the whole Europe. Likely there were a part of numerous nomad tribe Xiongnu from north of China and south Siberia defeated by Chinese. Guess where from Hungary name came.

So to say my forefather Slavs settled wide in Europe. Huns dislodged part them to the East on the lands of nowadays Novgorod, Ukraine and Belarus.

Langobards filled in Italy. Angles, Saxons, Jutes populated the Britain. Frisians the north of Netherlands. And so on.

Dmitry Sheiko Korvin Дмитрий Шейко

Why Russia supported terror

It’s obviously now Russia entirely supported authoritarian regime of Belarus in events of March. All main mass media of Russia received instructions ether to ignore facts in the news about Belarus or to distort facts in favour of the regime. Actually all official persons of Russia declare for regime supporting. There are information that Russia government gave consultation to Byelorussian ruler before eves of known events.

Why does this take place in Russia, in country, which pretends to high status in world community? For whole history governments of Russia keep to existing Russian political traditions. What was Russian government doing when appeals to freedom was appearing in past? The Decembrist uprising was attempted in Petersburg in 1825 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decembrist_revolt). They came to the Senate Square with set of demands. It contained freedom of speech giving, human rights, representative government, and mass democracy. Pay your attention Byelorussian people demanded the such things at the October Square in 2006. What was the answer of Russian Tsar Nicolas I? Mass terror. What is could be recommended to Byelorussian ruler by Russian government? Terror and repressions.


Bloody Sunday (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bloody_Sunday_%281905%29) was an incident in 1905 where unarmed, peaceful demonstrators marching to present a petition to Tsar Nicholas II. Demands of those people included censorship cancellation. Such unarmed, peaceful demonstrators marching was in Belarus of March 25, 2006. Byelorussian people demands release of political prisoners and objective coverage political events in regime under-control mass media. Nicolas II ordered to gunned down demonstrators 100 years ago. As result there were about 1000 dead and wounded people. Byelorussian ruler by Russian government permission ordered to beat demonstrators. There are conceivably 2 dead and scores of hard injured people.

Keeping of political traditions is laudable, but it’s hardly wisely. Brutality of government in 1825 and than in 1905 was prerequisites for the blood October Revolution in 1918.
Will rivers of blood spill repeatedly on this land after 100 years, indeed?


Russia, 1905


Belarus, 2006


Russia, 1905


Belarus, 2006