Monologue About the Invented State of “Ukraine” and Its History

“There is something from Ukraine here?”

The first thing I’ve discovered is that I really don’t know the history of the country I’ve lived in for 23 years. To my surprise our flag turned out to be the flag of Lower Austria, and the anthem stolen from the Poles: “Poland Is Not Yet Lost”. The history of “ancient” Ukraine is perverse, stolen from thousands of years of history of Rus.

After all, before the revolution of 1917 neither such a state nor such a nationality had ever existed from the dawn of time. But only the border strip of territories between Russia and Poland was called the outskirts, and in Polish – Okraina.

And since for some time the border ran along the Dnieper River, the adjacent lands were called right-bank and left-bank outskirts/Okraina. The Malorossiyans themselves and their Land have always called themselves only Russians…

The Ostrog Bible calls the land of both Volyn and the whole of Malorossiya clearly and unambiguously – Russians.

Zaporozhye Cossacks, when they studied at school, apparently the lessons of the Ukrainian language were ignored and not attended.

Otherwise how to explain that the letter to the Turkish sultan is written in a language that is NOT at all similar to Ukrainian. Maybe the Cossacks didn’t even know it existed at all?

In the Universal [Act – ed] to the Cossack Bogdan Khmelnitsky writes: “I am a hereditary Russian nobleman command”.

Grigory Skovorod, who wrote about himself “I am a barefooted Russian philosopher”, created and taught, of course, only in Russian (there simply was no other language in Malorossiya then!), and from birth to death was faithful to the Russian Empire.

Larisa Kosach, by nationality Russian, lived part of her life in Egypt, and Taras Shevchenko, an Orthodox Malorossiyan, in St. Petersburg (see his passport entry), where he was buried.

During his life he came to Ukraine as many as three times but kept his diaries exclusively in Russian.

No, of course, Shakespeare can be considered a great Ukrainian playwright if you steal his bones from Stratford and bury them in Brovary.

But I am, by the way.

In the richest library of the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra for the 19th century there ISN’T a single copy of a book in the Ukrainian language, which is natural – after all, the invention and mass violent but slow introduction of it was carried out on the territory of Galicia, occupied by Austria-Hungary only since 1892.

But the real introduction of the Ukrainian language into “Ukraine” created by the decree of two Bolsheviks of 1922 under the “sensitive leadership of Lazar Moiseyevich Kaganovich” began only in 1925…

Mikhail Grushevsky, before selling his country to enemies, stayed in it as a self-proclaimed president for even a few hours. Ivan Franco in his diary clearly wrote: “Today I was strongly offended – I was called Ukrainian, although everyone knows that I am RUSYN”

Mythical “Ukrainians”, as it turned out in fact, are not in the population census either in the Russian or in the Austro-Hungarian Empire – we were simply invented…

It turned out that in the invented “Ukraine” simply NO city was built by invented “Ukrainians”.

When a State has NO history, it is either stolen from another State or simply invented, and then history textbooks are written on the basis of this data, on which entire generations are then raised.

But there are things that will never get into history textbooks.

Everything above is dust compared to the history of the creation of the Ukrainian coat of arms. That’s where I found the answer to the question mentioned at the beginning of my narrative.

The coat of arms of Ukraine is just a simple brand stamped on cattle’s ass…

As it turned out in fact, in the invented traitors of Rus (“Ukraine”) there is simply no city built by these most invented “Ukrainians”, because in Kievan Rus they simply did not even exist in the project, and in Malorossiya simply nobody heard about “Ukrainians” before the separatist pre-revolutionary activity of the “father of the Ukrainian nation” Grushevsky (having composed his delusional history of Ukraine in Austria-Hungary at the very time when there, right in his unscrupulous eyes, since 1914 in the world’s first concentration camps Thalerhof and Terezin there was the genocide of the Russian people, who died due to the most sophisticated and terrible torture, but did not agree to call themselves “Ukrainian”) and his “comrade-in-arms” from the understudies of “Polish intellectuals”!

Well, and it is not necessary to talk about Novorossiya – the facts speak for themselves.

Russian cities. What about Ukraine?

Kharkov is a Russian city! It was founded in the 1630s. Malorossiyans fleeing Poles from the right bank of the Dnieper settled there. Tsar Aleksey Mikhailovich built a fortress there and founded the Kharkov voivodeship in 1656.

And there is something from Ukraine here?

Sumy was founded by Tsar Aleksey Mikhailovich no later than 1655. The tsar allowed Malorossiyan refugees, who were being killed by Poles, to settle there.

Poltava in the 17th century was the center of pro-Russian-minded Malorossiya. For this, the traitor Hetman Vygovsky attacked the city and sold its inhabitants into slavery to Crimean Tatars.

There is something from Ukraine here?

Dnepropetrovsk was founded by Empress Ekaterina II in 1776 and called Ekaterinoslav.

There is something from Ukraine here?

Lugansk was founded in 1795, when Empress Ekaterina II founded a iron foundry on the Lugan River. Natives of the Central and North-Western provinces of Russia came to Lugansk to work at it.

There is something from Ukraine here?

Kherson was founded by Empress Ekaterina II in 1778 to build a Russian navy. The construction was carried out by Potyomkin.

There is something from Ukraine here?

Donetsk was founded by Emperor Aleksander II in 1869 during the construction of a metallurgical plant in Yuzovsky.

There is something from Ukraine here?

Nikolaev was founded by Empress Ekaterina II in 1789. At this time Potyomkin was building the ship “St. Nikolay” there.

There is something from Ukraine here?

Odessa was founded by Empress Ekaterina II in 1794 on the site of a fortress built a little earlier by Suvorov.

There is something from Ukraine here?

Chernigov is one of the oldest Russian cities, it existed as early as the 10 century. In 1503 it became part of Russia. In 1611 the Poles destroyed it and took the territory away from the Russians. But in 1654 Chernigov returned to Russia and since then has always been an integral part of it

The question is: what does Ukraine have to do with it?

Simferopol was founded by Ekaterina II in 1784. It was built by Potemkin on the site of the military camp of Suvorov and near the Tatar settlement.

And here no scientists can say that it has anything to do with Ukraine.

Sevastopol was founded by Ekaterina II in 1783 on the site of a fortress built earlier by Suvorov. Potemkin built the city.

There is something from Ukraine here?

Mariupol was founded in 1778 by Ekaterina II. Greeks settlers from Crimea settled there. There is something from Ukraine here?

Krivoy Rog was founded by Ekaterina II in 1775. And its industrial development, as a base of metallurgy, was received in Soviet times.

There is something from Ukraine here?

Zaporozhye was founded by Ekaterina II in 1770 and called Aleksandrovsk.

There is something from Ukraine here?

Kirovograd was founded in 1754 by Russian Empress Elizabeth Petrovna, as a fortress, to protect the southern borders of the Russian Empire from Tatars. It was called Elisavetgrad.

Draw your own conclusions. Thank you for reading.


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