NEW – May 20, 2022
As a person close to history and religion, I saw a piece of news on the Internet that shocked me: a monument in honour of Aleksandr Nevsky was demolished in Kharkov.
I decided what I should say about this, because this event is a very significant sign. Thus, Kharkov for us, Russians, is perceived as a Russian city. Completely, completely Russian. Although the facts of recent years tell us the opposite: they talk about the rebirth of the spirit of this city from Russian to anti-Russian.
One of the worst leaks in February-March 2014 (Dobkin with Kernes) is worth a lot! Kharkov could really become the capital of an alternative Ukraine with a legitimate president — that’s why Yanukovich ran there after the coup in Kiev.
At the Kharkov congress, there were many deputies from all over Ukraine and even from the State Duma of the Russian Federation, i.e. everything was ready for a new, Russian Ukraine to appear as part of several Russian regions at once — from Kharkov to… at least to Odessa right away.
After all, the legitimate president, against whom a coup d’etat was committed, is the ace of trumps.
But it was Kharkov that then dumped this project.
Yanukovich fled to Crimea, and the Kharkov authorities very cunningly then reduced everything to zero: they didn’t seem to say anything against it, but they didn’t give any progress to the decisions that the congress adopted.
Further, Kharkov failed to defend the Kharkov People’s Republic, which activists proclaimed in the spring of 2014.
Although there was a relatively massive anti-Maidan movement there, it was not so massive (and most importantly, not so radical) that, like Donetsk and Lugansk, it defended its People’s Republic.
That is, Kharkov residents were afraid, did not make the sacrifices that the real fight against the Maidan evil spirits required. They didn’t want to rise up SERIOUSLY, they preferred to lie down under the Darkness — some voluntarily, some forcibly, but this doesn’t change the fact.
And their collective choice to lie down under the Darkness they later confirmed more than once by the fact that they voted for Kernes and he continued to be the Kharkov mayor, enjoying “love and popularity”. I.e., they continued to love this frank Judas (who, as we see, was wearing a St. George ribbon at the congress).
Further, for all eight years of the genocide in Donbass, Kharkov regularly supplied military equipment to the Ukrainian Armed Forces, as well as repaired damaged military equipment. The workers of the Kharkov Tractor Plant and other defence enterprises in Kharkov knew perfectly well where the tanks they were repairing came from, and where these tanks would go after the repair. They knew and repaired it — that is, they participated in the destruction of the people of Donbass.
And finally, the most vivid confirmation of the rebirth of the spirit of Kharkov and its final transition to the camp of Darkness are the events of this spring, when Kharkov not only stood up as a wall to protect itself from the Russians, but also showed horrific atrocities with Russian prisoners — atrocities that even Westerners did not shoot on camera and did not post online.
For a huge number of people in Russia, such a rebirth of Kharkov was a special tragedy. In some ways, it is even more tragic than Odessa, which, firstly, is quite far from the border, and secondly, a large percentage of the Jewish population makes Odessa a much less “Russian” city. Therefore, the betrayal of Odessa somehow fits more easily in the mind.
Well, in general, according to a whole set of factors, Kharkov was perceived by the subconscious of Russians as the closest city to us.
And here is a particularly sophisticated fact that shows us the monstrous degree of demonic rebirth of Kharkov: after the demolished monument to Marshal of Victory Zhukov, after the demolished monument to Gorky, Kharkov residents demolished the monument to Aleksandr Nevsky:
Next — a video of this frankly demonic, devilish action:
Notice how they mock the image of the Russian prince! These are really savages, the Sharikovs [from Bulgakov’s “Heart of a Dog” – SZ] of our time!
But who is Alexander Nevsky? This is Rurik! A direct descendant of the Vladimir the Great who baptised Russia.
And this is despite the fact that Ukro-propagandists howl that “true Rus – it is they, Ukrainians, and the current Russia is Muscovy, it is not Russians at all, it is the Ugro-Finnish-Tatar horde, and the Russians are us, the Ukrainians“.
And here you are…demolish the monument to the Prince, who is a significant figure in the history of the very Kievan Rus, from which they type their “pedigree”. Schizophrenia as it is.
Further (and this is even more significant in this case), Aleksandr Nevsky is a SAINT of the Orthodox Church!
Even against the backdrop of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church-Moscow Patriarchate‘s betrayal of its Moscow Patriarchate, Aleksandr Nevsky remains a saint for the UOC-MP. Moreover, he is a saint for the Holy Church of Ukraine, and even for the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church. He is an official, revered saint in all these denominations.
And suddenly he is demolished-ostentatiously, defiantly, with mockery…
This is a sign of the deep demonisation of Kharkov, its collective subconscious.
Of course, there are many reasons for this internal transformation, but one of them is described in an interesting conversation between Dmitry Rogozin and the historian Vladimir Spitsin on Sputnik radio. I give you a link with a timecode (10:58), right to the place where Spitsin speaks on this topic:
Here’s what Spitsyn says: in 1955, Khrushchev granted amnesty to Banderists and released them from prison.
By his decree, more than 50,000 Banderists were amnestied! Plus, Khrushchev rehabilitated those Banderists who, together with the Germans, had gone abroad. And as a result, more than 120,000 Banderists returned to Ukraine in total!
But the most interesting thing in the context of our topic: it turns out that a considerable part of these returned Banderists settled in the east of Ukraine, including in Kharkov. So, Banderist “leaven” has long been present in Kharkov. And this year we saw that it did its job and turned the vast majority of Kharkov residents into Banderist demons.
What does this tell us and why are we paying attention to this episode at all?
I have already outlined the reason why we should pay attention to this event: Kharkov is perceived as the most Russian city in Ukraine for our Russian subconscious. Therefore, when a serious sweep of Kharkov begins, it will be very uncomfortable and even painful for us in the depths of our hearts.
Moreover, as soon as this tough sweep of Kharkov begins, we will see in the media and on social networks especially shrill screams, tantrums, about “what are you doing, we are Kharkov residents – the same Russians as you!”
And this is exactly what they will focus on — on their “Russianness”, on their special proximity to Russia.
In fact, we saw this from the very beginning, when our people tried to take Kharkov with a rush – in the hope that Kharkov residents would support this “Russian swoop” and Kharkov would return to the bosom of Mother Russia with little bloodshed.
But Kharkov residents clearly and definitely made a different choice. More precisely, they once again confirmed their choice of 2014: they are no longer Russian. They are Ukrainians.
But a “Ukrainian” is a person without a conscience by definition, so when it is profitable for a Ukrainian, when they want to deceive — they easily switch to pure Russian and start saying, like, “they are Russian”.
And we need to be internally prepared for this.
We need to carry out this internal work in advance, so that these thousands of moans and cries of Kharkov residents when work with Kharkov begins do not bother us.
And working with Kharkov in these conditions will be quite harsh and dramatic.
Here is what I described about Kharkov and other Ukrainian big cities that “drove out the invaders” in the article “Two months since the beginning of the special military operation. Everything is going according to plan”:
“Since Russia no longer has the task of feeling particularly sorry for the citizens of Ukraine, a long-term blockade of these cities – without serious assaults – is quite likely. Even though life in these cities will be more than sweet – on the verge of a humanitarian catastrophe.
Well, that’s it. As a result of this second phase of the special military operation, Ukraine will be deprived of access to the sea, as well as deprived of the industrial potential of the east. Even if Kharkov and Dnepropetrovsk are simply blocked, this means that they will not participate in economic activities and replenish the Ukrainian treasury with the results of their labour.
Production facilities will stand still, taxes will not be paid, and there will be a humanitarian catastrophe in the cities (at the same time, civilians will be free to leave the cities).
And in this situation, the fate of ‘victorious Kiev’, ‘victorious Chernigov’, ‘victorious Sumy’, ‘victorious Kharkov’, which ‘heroically expelled the invaders’, will be extremely unenviable.
As we know, the economy of Ukraine was primarily based on the industry of the east and transit flows of the south.
Through the same Odessa there were huge transit routes — including illegal ones, including drugs.
Without the industry of the east and transit flows of the south, Ukraine turns into an extremely unprofitable state (and even burdened with an unrealistic amount of debt).
Accordingly, if Russia stops for a break at the end of the second stage of the special military operation then this stub of Ukraine will be kept by Europe!
At the same time, ‘break’ does not mean ‘completion’. This is exactly a break in active offensive operations.
But the missile strikes will continue! Positional battles will continue. The sabotage and reconnaissance groups will continue to work.
And this means that there can be no talk of Ukraine joining the EU or NATO — there is a war going on in it, and it is not clear what will remain of it, of that Ukraine.
Accordingly, this remaining part of Ukraine will be in limbo.
Russia will be engaged, firstly, in solving the problem of large Ukrainian cities: an increasingly serious blockade and, at the same time, active negotiations with the population and leadership of these cities on the peaceful surrender.
And secondly, Russia will be engaged in the development of the occupied territories — and here, as we understand, there will also be a lot of problems. But at least there will be no famine in these territories. There will be no chaos with armed gangs. There will be no problems with fuel and, accordingly, movement. By the standards of the rest of Ukraine, all this will be a huge advantage.”
Thus, in the autumn-winter of 2022-2023, Kharkov and Kharkov residents will have to go through very difficult times. Russia will lead them to the idea of surrender slowly, persistently and inevitably – much like the militants who are holed up at “Azovstal“.
The “Azovstal” case is a good example. This is even a kind of matrix of what will happen with all the major units of Ukraine – military, civilian:
– proud bravado first (we’ll never give up);
– then multi-voiced whining (ahhh, how we suffer, save us, international organisations, and in the case of large cities – a lot of photos with starving people and especially children);
– demolition of the spirit and surrender.
And far from everyone will live to see this surrender – just like how long all the “Azov inmates” held out.
As we know, if the order to surrender had been given at the end of April, many of the wounded who died would still be alive. But the commanders protracted it: first they dragged it out until May 9 (so as not to give a reason for joy in Russia), then they dragged on until the Eurovision Song Contest, where the Europeans guaranteed them victory (so as not to overshadow this victory with the surrender of the “Azov” militants). Meanwhile, the wounded soldiers there were dying and dying.
I repeat, everything will be implemented according to the same scheme with all major units of Ukraine — military and civilian.
Although, of course, there is a chance that the example of “Azovstal” will make the passage of all these stages faster and with fewer victims.
So, Kharkov is no longer a Russian city, but a city captured by Darkness. And from this Darkness it will need to be liberated, burning out the Darkness with a red-hot iron.
It will be very harsh in a human way, so we need to prepare for this internally right now and calmly and constructively treat the wave of whining that we will see and hear from Kharkov during the autumn-winter period of 2022-2023.
Well, those few Kharkov residents who consider themselves “pro-Russian” at heart, now fate provides the last chance to separate from the Darkness that has seized Kharkov – to really separate from it, and not at the level of declarations. That is, to leave Kharkov.
Now, when active military operations around Kharkov are temporarily not conducted, it is quite possible to leave there, i.e. still make the sacrifices that these people refused to make in 2014 and after it.
Accordingly, those who will remain there are people who once again confirmed their choice – the choice of Darkness, which once again demonstrated its satanic power over Kharkov, defiantly demolishing the monument to St. Aleksandr Nevsky.
This means that Russia has every right to treat these people without much sentiment.
And when they yell, “don’t liberate us”, we will respond to them according to the meme that has been circulating on the Russian Internet for a month — “we are not liberating you, but from you.”
Russian land (from Kharkov to at least the Zhytomyr-Khmelnitsky regions) will be free from Banderist evil spirits. And if someone from those currently living in Ukraine is irreversibly fused with this evil spirit — then the evil spirit will be destroyed in the place with its carrier.
And in conclusion, it is interesting to note the following – deeply symbolic – moment: the Kharkov Ukrainians demolished the Rurik monument, trampled on it, humiliated it, threw it in the trash. So, if anyone did not know, then the coat of arms of the Ruriks is the image of a falcon diving down:
And on the basis of this very coat of arms – the coat of arms of the Ruriks – the coat of arms of “independent” Ukraine was created:
That is, the coat of arms of the Ruriks is the basis, the matrix of the coat of arms of Ukraine.
Accordingly, by destroying the monument to Saint Rurik, the Ukry themselves destroyed the deep semantic basis of their statehood — one of the symbols of which is the state coat of arms.
Ukraine crushes a Rurik monument, Russia crushes Ukraine: such is the karmic balance of the universe…
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