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Ukrainian language is a dialect of the Russian language

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Ukrainian language is a dialect of the Russian language
Cossacks. I. Repin


Ukrainians (Little Russians) are Russians


Timofei Dmitrievich Florinsky (1854–1919):

“The Little Russian language is nothing more than one of the dialects of the Russian language ... it is one with other Russian dialects ... The fact of the integrity and unity of Russian dialects in the sense of their belonging to one dialectical group is considered in modern science to be a truth that does not require proof.”

Hence the logical conclusion was made:

“The inhabitants of Little Russia (that was the name of modern Ukraine before the collapse of the Russian Empire - author) in ethnographic terms do not represent an independent Slavic individual (as opposed to, for example, Czechs, Poles, Bulgarians and Serbo-Croats), but only a variety of that vast Slavic individual, which is called Russian people. It includes, along with the Little Russians, the Great Russians and Belarusians. In private aspects and phenomena of his life, in language, way of life, folk character and historical Little Russians represent a lot of peculiar features, but for all that they have always been and remain part of one whole - the Russian people.

The Russian historian Yu. D. Petukhov called this huge Russian community - “Rus superethnos". Russians-Great Russians, Russians-Little Russians (Ukrainians), Rusyns of the western part of Little Russia, Belarusians, other small ethnographic groups of Russians, representatives of other nations by birth, but who became Russian in spirit and language. For example, Georgians by birth, but Russians in essence: Bagration, Stalin and Beria. Russian of Polish origin Rokossovsky and many others.

Ukrainian language (language)


The Ukrainian language was formally recognized as a separate and independent language only in the Soviet period. This was due to the directive origin of "Ukraine" itself and "Ukrainians" ("Russians and Ukrainians are one people"). Soviet historians and philologists had to work within the strict framework of the official historical concept created in the 1920s, when Russian history, philosophy, literature and culture were subjected to a harsh revolutionary revision. In particular, not only the figures of the era of tsarism were thrown out of our history, but also Pushkin, Lermontov, Dostoevsky, Kutuzov, Suvorov. They were returned to us in the 30s only by Stalin, who curtailed this revolutionary "devilry". Unfortunately, on the Ukrainian issue, they did not return to the pre-revolutionary foundations, but the forced Ukrainization was stopped.

A false concept has also been preserved that Kievan Rus was not inhabited by Rus-Russians, but by some “Eastern Slavs”, from whom “three fraternal peoples” were derived - Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian. This anti-Russian concept was reinforced by the state-building of the Ukrainian SSR, the registration of the nationality "Ukrainian" in the passports, the assignment of an official status to the mova not only in the territory of Little Russia-Ukraine, but in Russian New Russia, Donbass, Crimea and Severshchina (Chernihiv region), where it was not widespread . Thus, the Ukrainian separatists got under their control not only the whole of Little Russia, but also the adjacent traditionally Russian regions, which had never been part of the "Ukraine".

Let me remind you that in the historical sources of the period of Kievan and Galician-Volyn Rus there are no "Ukrainians" and "Eastern Slavs". Russians-Russians of that era clearly called themselves Russians, as well as their land.

How did language originate - a Western Russian variety of the Russian language? The southwestern Russian lands, torn away by the Lithuanian princes, quickly fell under the religious, cultural, linguistic, political and economic influence of the Polish kingdom. During the Polish occupation, the Russian language was significantly Polished. The presence of a huge number of polonisms - words borrowed from the Polish language - is a feature of the language.

Thus, the language appeared no earlier than the XNUMXth-XNUMXth centuries, during the Polish occupation of the Russian southwestern lands. Mova gradually approached the vocabulary of the Polish language. However, when Little Russia was returned to the united Russian state, the process of crossing the southern Russian dialect and the Polish language was stopped halfway. The Russian language of Southern and Western Russia was heavily Polished, but had not yet become part of the Polish language. Such is the price for a long Polish occupation.

Little Russian dialect


As we can see, the Ukrainian language (mova) is not a national language that has been formed for many centuries, and even millennia, but a mixed dialect-dialect created on the basis of the Russian language, but under the strong influence of Polish. It is spoken by Russian people.

After the elimination of Polish domination in Southern Russia, the development of the language came to an end. In 1654, the reverse process of the gradual displacement of polonisms began under the influence of a more developed common Russian literary language.

The prominent Russian Slavic linguist Boris Mikhailovich Lyapunov (1862–1943) noted:

“At present, the Russian living language is divided into Great Russian, Belarusian and Little Russian dialects. Moreover, these names are unknown to the common people and are used only by educated people.

That is, the bulk of the people simply spoke Russian, perhaps with local characteristics.

The Russian language remained the main language in Ukraine-Little Russia until the last historical period (before the collapse of the USSR). So, during the existence of the USSR there were several waves of forced Ukrainization: post-revolutionary (after 1917), during the Nazi occupation, under Khrushchev. However, they failed to displace and destroy the predominance of the Russian language among the Russians and Russian-Ukrainians of Ukraine. Ukrmova gradually faded away.

In 1991, a new, more powerful wave of Ukrainization of Little Russia-Ukraine began. The Russian language is forcibly ousted from state institutions, the media, from schools and other educational institutions. The Ukrainian press literally on the go "creates" new supposedly original Ukrainian words, which are either taken again from the Polish language, or simply invented! Malaya Russia and Novorossiya were imposed MOV as their “native language”, although at its core it is just a southern Russian dialect, spoiled by polonisms.

Ukraine, as an “independent” country after 1991, is going through a period of managerial cretinism, colossal robbery of the people in the most brazen form, the destruction of the economy, the destruction of science, education and culture, which resulted in the rapid extinction of the southern part of the Russian ethnic group. And the main problem of Kyiv for a long time was the widespread planting of language, the total de-Sovietization and de-Russification of Ukraine.

In general, it is worth remembering that all processes are manageable. As soon as the enemy regime in Kyiv is liquidated, the frenzied Ukrainian propaganda is stopped, the “zombification” of people, the distortion of the true history of Southern Russia, the persecution of the Russian language - then it will be returned to all kindergartens, schools and universities, institutions and the media, so immediately more highly developed the Russian language will replace the language. Little Russia will quickly (historically) return to the Russian world.
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  1. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster
    Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 7 March 2022 04: 48
    +6
    literally on the go “creates” new supposedly original Ukrainian words, which are either taken again from the Polish language, or simply invented!

    I myself am a witness to that.
    In 2013, in Italy, an unemployed lad taught a working "Ukrainian" his language in front of me.
    The girl tried several times to explain to me (in Russian, of course) that Ukraine has all sorts of rights.
    I didn't argue. Of course it has.
    Who knew that later it would turn out that Russians have no rights in the former Ukraine? Including in Russian.
  2. Pessimist22
    Pessimist22 7 March 2022 05: 22
    +8
    Mova was only among poorly educated peasants.
    1. Luminman
      Luminman 7 March 2022 07: 30
      -1
      Mova is the language of Rogues and swineherds.
      Move, only talk to pigs.
      And even then, only with conjunctions and interjections, accompanying everything with hand gestures
    2. Nestorych
      Nestorych 7 March 2022 14: 11
      +4
      Rumor has developed as the language of communication of any peasants with pans)), in the classic Poltava dialect there are 2/5 Polish and 3/5 Russian or Old Russian words.
      But, this is how its language was forcibly formed after the revolution, inserting missing words (and there were many of them, since only everyday rural life was covered) from Western languages ​​or simply inventing. Not surprisingly, the Raguli speak a different mixture of 2/5 German, 2/5 Polish and only 1/5 Russian words.
      1. zenion
        zenion 7 March 2022 18: 34
        -10
        As the Ukrainian language was already written in it since 1700. "Aeneid" by Kotlyarevsky was written and published in 1789. Even then the Ukrainian language was literary. Do not pull on the donkey's ears, they are as long as those of a rabbit.
        1. Alevil
          Alevil 7 March 2022 19: 52
          +8
          This "Aeneid" was rather a banter of Kotlyarevsky over the common South Russian dialect. In fact, it was a parody of Virgil's poem, and many have written parodies of it since the 17th century. So Kotlyarevsky decided to joke and be original.
        2. Emergency
          Emergency 7 March 2022 23: 45
          +14
          Not Ukrainian, Little Russian. hi
          1. Zyablicev43
            Zyablicev43 April 21 2022 07: 29
            0
            Quote: Emergency
            Not Ukrainian, Little Russian. hi

            You won’t get any grub as three as three, Muterze will get angry. And all of a sudden you’ll start suffocating with longing, And in a bunch.
        3. ANB
          ANB 8 March 2022 12: 37
          +5
          . Even then the Ukrainian language was literary

          Compare books in Ukrainian of the 80s and the current ones. And read Shevchenko's poems. Is the difference not noticeable?
          At the same time, Pushkin's texts are written practically in modern language.
        4. KVIRTU
          KVIRTU 11 March 2022 21: 43
          -2
          You are thrown minuses by people who are far from Ukrainian literature and philology. There are very few language speakers in Ukraine, most of them speak Surzhik.
          1. Igool
            Igool 11 March 2022 23: 17
            +3
            Quote: KVIRTU
            You are thrown minuses by people who are far from Ukrainian literature and philology.

            Well, if the above evidence in the Emergency (Icarus) post is not a decree for you, where it is clearly stated in the cover design that the Little Russian language is not called there, then we come to the conclusion that the "ancient Ukrainians" really dug the Russian Sea
    3. Zyablicev43
      Zyablicev43 April 21 2022 07: 25
      0
      Knew Sasha Mova, from Donbass. Shprehal on surzhik.
  3. zontov79
    zontov79 7 March 2022 05: 34
    -2
    Little Russia will quickly (historically) return to the Russian world - Amen!)
  4. Revolver
    Revolver 7 March 2022 06: 28
    0
    Comrade Stalin was an expert in many sciences, including linguistics. I don’t know how he would evaluate this article, but its subjects definitely. And to prove the uniqueness and independence of the language, it would be time for them exactly between verification and lights out in the camp, for those who were not shot as enemies of the people, and rightly so.
    1. KVIRTU
      KVIRTU 11 March 2022 21: 53
      0
      You didn’t understand, the hero of the Cheka article was shot at 19, as an opponent of independence.
      His wife reburied him at Askold's grave, this is in the center of Kyiv, but later the Ukrainian authorities transferred the ashes to the Lukyanovka cemetery, then the grave was demolished. He suffered to the fullest even after death.
  5. bistrov.
    bistrov. 7 March 2022 06: 35
    +15
    The transition to the so-called. "Ukrainian language" is also a method of stupefying the population of the so-called. "Ukraine". Books in "Move" were read by few people in the Ukrainian SSR, although they were published in huge quantities and they were littered with shelves of bookstores, and the development of science is impossible in "Move", because it is a colloquial dialect of the rural population of certain regions " stolen", mostly Western, besides, pretty littered with Polonism. As for the eastern, central and southern regions, even the rural population there spoke Russian, not to mention the cities.
    1. abrakadabre
      abrakadabre 7 March 2022 07: 17
      +10
      the development of science is impossible on "mova", because it is a colloquial dialect of the rural population of certain regions "stolen"
      Moreover, in a closed, without large migrations and mixing of people in the peasant Russian Empire, there was an addition of similar "moves" in different provinces. Each had many local variants of the pronunciation of one word or different words for the same object or concept. Only centralized education (and under the USSR and universal), which introduced the literary norm, stopped these processes. And all local variants have been preserved as synonyms. Only two variants of "mov" were officially recorded - Ukrainian and Belarusian.
  6. Asad
    Asad 7 March 2022 07: 16
    -1
    Personally, I understand the Polish language better than the real language.
  7. Luminman
    Luminman 7 March 2022 07: 26
    +1
    With knowledge of the Ukrainian language, you can’t even get to the gallows!
  8. tatra
    tatra 7 March 2022 07: 37
    -3
    The enemies of the communists contradict themselves even in their anti-Soviet manuals. Here, at the same time, in the 20-30s, the Bolsheviks planted "Ukrainization" in the Ukrainian SSR, and at the same time staged a "Holodomor" "to destroy the national identity of Ukrainians."
    1. Nestorych
      Nestorych 7 March 2022 14: 14
      +10
      No one did more than the Bolsheviks to create the Ruin, but the raguli did not appreciate it, but they must lead their torch round dances in front of the monument to Lenin and make bloody sacrifices to him!
      Before the revolution, less than 1% of the population considered themselves Ukrainians in today's territory ...
  9. Cartalon
    Cartalon 7 March 2022 07: 59
    -6
    Ethnicity is determined by self-consciousness, if there are people who consider themselves Ukrainians, then there is such a people, and what language it does not matter.
  10. prior
    prior 7 March 2022 08: 50
    +2
    In liberated Ukraine, in the newly formed state, there should be only one state language - Russian.
    At home, let them explain themselves as you like, even on the fingers.
    And then, in 2-3 generations, there will be no issues with the self-determination of citizens.
    1. -Paul-
      -Paul- 7 March 2022 09: 17
      +3
      Unfortunately, this will not happen. Minced meat cannot be rolled back into the meat. The Ukrainian language already exists and attempts to ban it will contradict the international documents we have signed. One hundred years ago it was necessary to fuss.
      1. prior
        prior 7 March 2022 09: 28
        +3
        Minced meat is from the field of cooking and has nothing to do with it at all.
        The population of the central, eastern and southern regions of Ukraine was forcibly Ukrainianized. There is no need to retrain anyone there, they know Russian without exception.
        The Ukrainian language is not banned, but not used as a state language.
        1. -Paul-
          -Paul- 7 March 2022 09: 29
          -5
          Not to use it as a state one is already a ban.
          1. prior
            prior 7 March 2022 09: 34
            +5
            That is, English is forbidden in our country????
            and your avatar is in a forbidden language, but like mine?
            1. -Paul-
              -Paul- 7 March 2022 09: 56
              -7
              And what about English? The special operation is taking place in the state of Ukraine, the state language of which is Ukrainian. The fact that all sorts of international organizations did not notice the ban on the Russian language, God be their judge. We cannot and do not want to ban Ukrainian. As an example, how many Tatar or Ukrainian languages ​​have been banned in Crimea?
              1. prior
                prior 7 March 2022 10: 07
                +2
                Not to use it as a state one is already a ban.
                This is your phrase.
                It follows from it that if we do not use English as the state language, then we have it under a ban.
                And don't touch Crimea. Crimea was, is and will be Russian.
                Denazification is not required there, so this is an unsuitable example with the Tatar language.
                1. Sergei Fonov
                  Sergei Fonov 12 March 2022 17: 40
                  +1
                  I was looking for material about Tatar communities in different countries, there are Tatars in Poland, but there are no national schools and they do not know the language, something like this is the case in Turkey. There is no need to ban Ukrainian, but Ukrainian schools are at the request of students and develop them at the expense of the local budget.
              2. Luminman
                Luminman 7 March 2022 10: 55
                +1
                in the state of Ukraine, the official language of which is Ukrainian

                A lot of Russian-speaking citizens live in Ukraine, for whom this language is native. Not?
              3. Silhouette
                Silhouette 8 March 2022 21: 45
                +1
                Quote: -Paul-
                As an example, how many Tatar or Ukrainian languages ​​have been banned in Crimea?

                You don't understand about Crimea at all. However, about Ukraine too. An attempt to make the everyday language of the lower class of Russia the state language did not work out in Ukraine either. Now all statesmen have spoken in their native Russian.
  11. Evgen Medenko
    Evgen Medenko 7 March 2022 12: 14
    -4
    "The fact of the integrity and unity of Russian dialects in the sense of belonging to one dialectical group is considered in modern science to be a truth that does not require proof." Florinsky is lying.
    His colleague at Kiev University V.V. there are solid objective arguments for one and the other decision."
    From a lie, as you know, anything follows ...
  12. iouris
    iouris 7 March 2022 12: 40
    +9
    In the "Russian" state, "Russian language" is not the national language of Russians, but the state language. Sometimes it is incorrectly called "literary (Russian)" language.
    The Germans have Hochdeutsch (high German, common German). At the same time, in the regions they speak languages ​​that are incomprehensible to those who speak Hochdeutsch. The differences can be no less strong than between Russian and Ukrainian, Russian and Belarusian. The same is true in France, in Italy, in Spain.
    You can have any mother language at home, but if you work in the state system, you must know the state language and use the state language for communication. It's not because someone wants to. This is objective. No national language can be used as the state language, because it lacks many concepts.
    1. Fat
      Fat 7 March 2022 15: 19
      +5
      I agree.
      In the USSR it was called "language of interethnic communication". In the union republics and autonomies, the entries in the documents were duplicated.
      Lived in Izhevsk, never studied the Udmurt language. But on all signs of trade enterprises "specialization" was always duplicated.
      For the rest of my life I remembered "Bread" - "Nanny", "Young Technician" - "Kicked Technician" (!).
      Is it bad?
      1. Alibekulu
        Alibekulu 7 March 2022 15: 29
        +1
        For the rest of my life I remembered "Bread" - "nanny",
        By the way, in the Kazakh language "NAS" - bread. Although the Udmurt language, it seems to me, is far from Turkic ..
        1. Fat
          Fat 7 March 2022 15: 38
          0
          hi Finno-Ugric group, closest to Mordovian (Moksha and Erzya) and Hungarian ... somewhere near Finnish and Estonian.
      2. Ua3qhp
        Ua3qhp 7 March 2022 17: 13
        0
        Tanker ez?
        1. Fat
          Fat 7 March 2022 17: 39
          +1
          "Adyk tank cart captured by bajda!" - from the dubbed film "Liberation".
          "Gasoline - avel, battery - avel" - from there - the same. I can remember a couple more phrases, but it's not important repeat
          1. Ua3qhp
            Ua3qhp 7 March 2022 18: 12
            +1
            This was remembered from "Pionerskaya Pravda" in the Udmurt language. I brought a souvenir from Izhevsk.
      3. iouris
        iouris 8 March 2022 10: 37
        0
        "Language of interethnic communication" is another. This is in fact.
        We are talking about the state language as an instrument of state (military) administration. As such, the language must have a status enshrined in constitutional law.
  13. Art Pilot
    Art Pilot 7 March 2022 12: 57
    +6
    It is better to postpone the topic of the Ukrainian language until the operation is completed.
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    2. Fat
      Fat 7 March 2022 15: 45
      0
      It's too late to drink Borjomi when the liver has fallen off. Even the Russian language is heavily lined with borrowings from English.
      As it turned out at the Russia-Ukraine talks, simultaneous translation is superfluous. Reminds me of golden time... request
      1. Igool
        Igool 11 March 2022 23: 28
        0
        Quote: Thick
        Even the Russian language is heavily lined with borrowings from English.


        I myself am opposed to the use of substitution of Russian words - English. However, as for the Russian language itself, even without modern concepts, there is enough use of derivative words from other languages. The Russian language has long absorbed and used the words of other languages.
  14. odometer
    odometer 7 March 2022 13: 57
    +5
    It is interesting to read some... The ban on the Russian language is Nazism. A ban on Ukrainian-denazification. It's just scary what's in people's heads sad
    1. Fat
      Fat 7 March 2022 15: 31
      +2
      And what, someone is going to ban? Do not be afraid, no one within the Federation, such a "fresh thought" comes to a sober head to anyone.
    2. iouris
      iouris 7 March 2022 21: 15
      +1
      Where is the ban on Ukrainian?
    3. klara
      klara 8 March 2022 21: 12
      +2
      You are carrying some bullshit. Denazification is the destruction of the Bandera ideology, the basis of which is: "Kill the Muscovite!" Did not hear? Return of Russians (70% of the population) the right to their native language. Banderism and Russophobia should be declared serious crimes.
  15. monah
    monah 7 March 2022 15: 50
    +3
    Quote: -Paul-
    Unfortunately, this will not happen. Minced meat cannot be rolled back into the meat. The Ukrainian language already exists and attempts to ban it will contradict the international documents we have signed. One hundred years ago it was necessary to fuss.

    Don't be so naive. Ukraine managed to be noted in all imaginable and unimaginable international acts, but the Nazis managed to prohibit, in fact, the use of the Russian language in all spheres of life! And which of the legislators prevented them? Russification at such a pace will not be allowed, "this is different"!
    1. Fat
      Fat 7 March 2022 16: 35
      +1
      Russification does not threaten anyone, it's stupid. As far as the Russian language is not "threatened" by getting rid of English-language borrowings... Well, what's convenient is what remains. Although I personally think that the clerk sounds better than the manager and, in general, is more understandable.
      got used to wassat
      But there is no point in Russifying something now, and it is not necessary. The task is to clean up Nazism.
      You can chat, even in Esperanto, even in Volyapyuk, even in Surzhik.
      Do not want "great and mighty"? - Let them use English or French ("Zhe not mange pa sis zhur" -yeah)
  16. deddem
    deddem 7 March 2022 16: 34
    +2
    Yura Petukhov - historian, AAAAAAA!!!!
    Nus, we are waiting for stories about the Jewish cyborgs and reptilians.
  17. parusnik
    parusnik 7 March 2022 17: 26
    +3
    Read to
    Russian historian Yu. D. Petukhov
    .. It became clear who wrote the article.
  18. Alevil
    Alevil 7 March 2022 20: 16
    +2
    The Ukrainian language has a rather artificial origin. This is well written in A. Shirokorad's book "Ukraine - Confrontation of Regions". A serious contribution to this "development" was made by such a Ukrainian being as Hrushevsky. He personally, when developing this "language", invented, and often changed many words, borrowing them from Polish and German. The goal was the same: to make the "Ukrainian language" very different from Russian.
    Quote from Shirokorad's book:
    So, instead of the popular word “hold”, Grushevsky and Co. propagandized the word “trimati”, instead of the popular “wait” - the word “chekati”, instead of the word “pozd” - “pull”, instead of “offered” - “poked”, instead of “ brightly” - “clearly”, instead of “around” - “navkolo”, instead of “offense” - “image”, etc. “student” - to “student”, “percentage” to “vіdsotok”, instead of “on the corner” they write “on roses” (“and it turned out that some houses and streets were with horns, which I have nowhere else in Ukraine didn’t see”), instead of “difference” they introduce “retail”, instead of “percentage” - “vіdsotok”, instead of “clothes” that is too similar to Russian “clothing” - “clothes”, instead of “war”, as the people of Ukraine say, they use “vіyna ”, instead of “giving” - “posag”, etc. I.S. Nechui-Levitsky explained that such replacements were based on the desire to make the new literary language as far from Russian as possible. “Something really turned out too far from Russian, but at the same time it came out just as far from Ukrainian ...” “The public just laughs at this newspaper language,” Nechui-Levytsky noted in a letter to the writer Mikhail Loboda.
    1. Fat
      Fat 7 March 2022 22: 39
      0
      You can not even refer to Shirokorad. This is visible to the naked eye. Have you been to "Soviet Ukraine"?
      1. Alevil
        Alevil 8 March 2022 05: 21
        0
        Didn't have to. Yes, I was too small then.
  19. Enemy
    Enemy 8 March 2022 10: 12
    0
    like the Belarusian collective farm dialect, these are all inventions of the Polish pans.
    To learn the Ukrainian dialect, you just need to type shit in your mouth.
  20. Enemy
    Enemy 8 March 2022 10: 13
    +1
    independence - shit dangling in the hole, neither fall to the bottom nor fly into the sky. It floats from edge to edge and stinks.
  21. pytar
    pytar 8 March 2022 12: 20
    +2
    Nations are formed not only on the basis of language. Different nations can have the same language. There are many examples. More important is not language or ethnicity, but self-consciousness, self-determination. Recent events have given a powerful impetus to the accelerated formation of the Ukrainian nation. Many nations were formed precisely as a result of extreme events.
    1. iouris
      iouris 8 March 2022 13: 00
      +2
      The basis for the formation of a nation and language is a common habitat and economy. Without the production, distribution, and cooperative protection of resources, there is no need for a language. A prerequisite for the formation of a nation is the emergence of the capitalist mode of production. It is no coincidence that the slogan of the Great French Revolution would have been: "Long live the nation!"
    2. Andru Prize
      Andru Prize 8 March 2022 13: 40
      +1
      Rightly noted. But ours do not know history well, in fact. Or they just don't care about lessons learned. They are trying to create their own, but you can't argue against Nature. If not now, then in a couple of decades we will see that today's "investments" in this operation will be buried in the Ukrainian black soil.
      1. pytar
        pytar 8 March 2022 14: 12
        -2
        They don't know history well, they don't learn its lessons. Yes, and they like to rewrite it for themselves ... And the current operation leads to directly opposite results. Even now, and for the future. Those children who tremble in basements when bombs go off will remember this for the rest of their lives. They clearly form the image of the enemy, the image of the Russian people. Personal experiences are stronger than all propaganda.
        1. stankow
          stankow 8 March 2022 23: 31
          +1
          Will you give me a link? Where are the Russian bombs falling and the children trembling? At least one link? At least one bombing, at least one city?
          1. pytar
            pytar 8 March 2022 23: 52
            0
            I'm not going to put links here. You can easily find it yourself, there are literally thousands of them. My information, by the way, does not come from them, but from friends and acquaintances in Ukraine.
        2. iouris
          iouris 9 March 2022 00: 03
          0
          And if the children are still told that the "defenders of Ukraine" used them as human shields? The Ukrainian military does not protect either the city or the population. They should move out of the cities, not the population.
          1. pytar
            pytar 9 March 2022 00: 22
            0
            I must say the whole truth, namely, that the Russian army opened the corridors only in the direction of Russia and the territories occupied by it. Locals, of course, do not want to go in that direction.
            1. iouris
              iouris 9 March 2022 01: 44
              0
              Most likely, they want to release the hostages in such a way as to make the work of the Russian troops as difficult as possible. And if there is a choice, then only between living and not living (tu bi, or not tou bi).
              1. pytar
                pytar 9 March 2022 09: 48
                +2
                Calling "hostages" of the local population, whose husbands, fathers, sons happen in terbats and protect cities, does not turn the tongue. We need to stop speculating! The Russian army is not welcome there, from the word at all. The local population is very hostile. Of course, he does not want to go in the direction of zones controlled by the enemy.
                As for the "humanitarian corridors" and "negotiations", their goal is only to buy time to regroup the Russians. parts and replenishment of their stocks.
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    3. Enemy
      Enemy 8 March 2022 19: 02
      0
      Ala bulgarski ezik az I sort it out more Ukrainian
  22. Pravodel
    Pravodel 8 March 2022 13: 26
    +6
    Ukrainian language is a dialect of the Russian language

    Correctly in the text it is indicated that the Ukrainian language is a dialect, and not an adverb, of the Russian, Great Russian language, but for some reason it was placed in the title
    adverb
    . It’s not clear which side I’m baking from ?!
    1. iouris
      iouris 9 March 2022 01: 46
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      Right.
      An adverb (tracing paper from Latin adverbium) is an invariable independent part of speech denoting a sign of an action, quality, another sign or object. The words of this class answer the questions “where?”, “when?”, “where?”, “whence?”, “why?”, “why?”, “how?” and most often refer to verbs and denote a sign of action.
  23. Andru Prize
    Andru Prize 8 March 2022 13: 35
    +2
    The research is genuine and the arguments are there. But. But all legal aspects have long been approved in the direction of the formation of an independent state called Ukraine. With the logic described above, modern Russia should not exist then. What was our first name? Kievan Rus? Or will we roll down to tribal times in general, in order to be completely honest to the end? The forced return of Ukraine under the direct influence of Russia is the same crooked vector as the destructive policy of NATO. If we are so correct, then we need to negotiate, to put pressure on our developed economy, law, and an independent judiciary. To crush everything that will make our country the most attractive for a comfortable life. Then Ukraine itself will ask for an alliance with us. ... we just put pressure on them almost with an ultimatum from the beginning of the 2000s, without even trying to "buy" at least with something. Only a policy of balanced cooperation can lead to prosperity. I oppose NATO policy! ... but ours is no better, but in fact we live poorer. It does not fit, gentlemen-comrades.
    1. Alt 22
      Alt 22 8 March 2022 14: 23
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      Negotiating with America is useless.
    2. Pravodel
      Pravodel 9 March 2022 07: 28
      -1
      we need to negotiate, put pressure on our developed economy, law, and an independent judiciary.

      As long as we put pressure and force, the Nazis will blind the nuclear bomb and throw it either on Moscow or on Rostov, or maybe on White Russia, too, to the heap. There can be no agreement with the Nazis = Banderlogs, only destruction and annihilation, complete cleansing of the filth brought to us from the West.
    3. intuzazist
      intuzazist April 29 2022 19: 18
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      Yes, there was no KIEVAN RUSSIA!!! This is how historians designated a piece of Russian history when the capital of Russia was in Kyiv! But she was in other cities .....
      Just from such to such years the capital of Russia was in Kyiv!!! and EVERYTHING!
  24. Alt 22
    Alt 22 8 March 2022 14: 18
    +3
    Actually a little crazy.
    Let's start with the fact that it doesn't matter how the ethnos of Little Russians was born, as they were called in the Republic of Ingushetia, or Ukrainians - as they were called in the USSR and the Russian Federation, it is important that millions, namely millions of people, recognized themselves as an ethnic group, and even in the Russian Empire they were recognized as a separate ethnic group, as a nationality, or, as they said then, nationality - here are the results of the census data of the Republic of Ingushetia, "Russians" were called all the East Slavic peoples (tribes) of the Russian Empire - Great Russians, Belarusians and Little Russians:

    That is, even then the Little Russians / Ukrainians were recognized as a separate people, related to the Great Russians / Russians.
    Well, let me remind you the right of people to nationality, article 26 of the constitution of the Russian Federation:
    "1. Everyone has the right to determine and indicate his nationality. No one can be forced to determine and indicate his nationality."
    That is, if a person wants to consider himself a Ukrainian, this is his right.
    And in the Russian Federation itself, about two million Ukrainians live today:

    If one of them at the next census wants to register as a Russian, or as a Ukrainian, it will be only their choice.
  25. klara
    klara 8 March 2022 21: 03
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    The prominent Russian Slavic linguist Boris Mikhailovich Lyapunov (1862–1943) noted:

    “At present, the Russian living language is divided into Great Russian, Belarusian and Little Russian dialects. How shoud I understand this? Pushkin wrote in the Great Russian ADVERTISEMENT? This is some nonsense
    1. Turkir
      Turkir 13 March 2022 02: 43
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      Pushkin wrote in the Great Russian literary language. And the adverb is a feature of speech, not writing.
  26. THE WARRIOR OF THE WORKING CLASS
    THE WARRIOR OF THE WORKING CLASS 8 March 2022 23: 54
    +2
    If Russian and Ukrainian languages ​​are used in parallel without preferences for any of them, then Ukrainian will very quickly remain only in remote farms. And all because the vocabulary, conceptual apparatus and terminology in Ukrainian is enough just and only for a farm.
    1. Natasha Romanova
      Natasha Romanova 9 March 2022 10: 58
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      Laughter chokes me)) The Ukrainian language has a wider vocabulary than Russian
      1. Igool
        Igool 11 March 2022 23: 39
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        Quote: Natasha Romanova
        Laughter chokes me)) The Ukrainian language has a wider vocabulary than Russian


        Should we believe your unfounded statement or will we see links to some specific studies?
        1. Turkir
          Turkir 13 March 2022 02: 45
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          Back her opinion up with facts.
          1. Igool
            Igool 13 March 2022 22: 10
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            Quote: Turkir
            Back her opinion up with facts.


            "One fool can ask so many such questions that even a thousand wise men will not answer," and you think that I should refute these questions? Can the claimant provide evidence of his innocence?
  27. Natasha Romanova
    Natasha Romanova 9 March 2022 10: 57
    -1
    Brad is rare. Slavs - Belarusians, Ukrainians, Poles calmly understand each other, each speaking their own language. A Russian from will never understand. That's right - Russian is a dialect of Slavic.
    1. alemik
      alemik 10 March 2022 23: 31
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      Haha! Girl, there is NO "Slavic" language. There are various variants of the single Old Russian ("church language"). And I personally immediately understood without any problems, and almost immediately spoke both Polish and Bulgarian. I grew up at the junction of Ukraine, Russia and Belarus. And there they speak a special, "Surazh" dialect. But at school, to study the "coolie" of the "Belarusian" language invented by the order of the Germans, without understanding anything in it - that was flour! Well, no one spoke this gibberish around!
    2. lucul
      lucul April 29 2022 19: 20
      -2
      Brad is rare. Slavs - Belarusians, Ukrainians, Poles calmly understand each other, each speaking their own language. A Russian from will never understand. That's right - Russian is a dialect of Slavic.

      Really nonsense.)))
      You would ask what is the syntax for a start)))
  28. Turkir
    Turkir 9 March 2022 21: 20
    +1
    Quote from N.Ulyanov's book "The Origin of Ukrainian separatism".
    It is no coincidence that the word "separatism" instead of "nationalism" is used in the title of this work. It was the national base that was lacking for Ukrainian independence at all times. It always looked like a non-popular, non-national movement, as a result of which it suffered inferiority complex and still can not get out of the stage of self-affirmation. If for Georgians, Armenians, Uzbeks this problem does not exist, due to their pronounced national appearance, then for Ukrainian independentists, the main concern is still to prove difference between Ukrainian and Russian.
  29. Turkir
    Turkir 9 March 2022 21: 50
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    How things were in Tsarist Russia - quote
    During the debate on the use of local languages ​​in court proceedings, a member of the State Duma, a cadet (constitutional democrat) Rodichev, proving the independence of the Little Russian language, cited the title of one of Shakespeare's plays translated by P. Kulish as confirmation of its incomprehensibility for Great Russians: . Naturally, none of the Great Russians present understood this phrase, but the humor consisted in the fact that did not understand it, and none of the Little Russians present. When, a couple of days later, a message about this speech by Rodichev appeared in the newspapers, he was ridiculed by the whole of Little Russia.

    It was about Shakespeare's play... The Taming of the Shrew.
  30. fiv
    fiv 10 March 2022 13: 12
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    tidy
    1. Igool
      Igool 11 March 2022 23: 41
      0
      Why a shrew? Always under someone lies, it means rather docile.
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  32. Decadence
    Decadence 7 May 2022 14: 19
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    Modern linguistics clearly distinguishes Ukrainian as a separate language. Belarusian and Russian are related to Ukrainian and have a common ancestor language.
  33. Israeltos
    Israeltos 23 June 2022 11: 29
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    And my wife says that her great-grandfather and his family from Bila Tserkva spoke Ukrainian at the beginning of the 20th century and there are many scans of creative works in the Ukrainian language of that time. Yes, the same Shevchenko, Lesya Ukrainka and others. they wrote in a common language and it is very close to Ukrmov. Take the pre-reform Russian language and the current television language, too, you know, there are enough changes. Eneida was written as a joke for the people among whom Kotlyarevsky lived, but certainly not as a pun about which the author writes. Maybe this rut ​​is enough that the Ukrainian language was artificially created and planted, just the creators designed and structured what went among the people and, of course, added polonisms, but again, not such a large percentage of sensations. It's just that over the course of many decades Russia has been losing the pro-Russian views of the people and its all-Russian association