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Gogol, Sholokhov and a dog on the fence ...

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Gogol, Sholokhov and a dog on the fence ...



How to steal a big piece stories.

To steal something unnoticed - it is best to do it in front of everyone.

This has been the case for quite a long time and successfully that Russia has been stealing a huge layer of its history, which is now also trying to use it with might and main.

One of the most famous symbols of Euromaidan was the "Cossack Gavrilyuk" - a native of the Chernivtsi province, famous for amateur video, in which stripped Gavrilyuk stands next to several fighters of the internal troops on Grushevsky, one of which gives him a smack, after which the "activist" goes to the car. This video caused a storm of indignation, both among maydanovtsev and in the West. What happened to Gavrilyuk, who was quickly released, was called terrible torture. He was taken away to the SIZO, and then received, though conditional, but a term by a contract soldier of the internal troops, who gave him a cuff who has a small child and a pregnant wife. No one wanted to hear the voices of the security officials, who told that Gavrilyuk's clothes were soaked with the Molotov cocktail mix, and he himself fell into the hands of veveshnikov after he had set fire and wounded an ice pick with several policemen. Nobody cares. Gavrilyuk is now the national hero of Maidan and seems to be even the commander of a new punitive battalion operating in the Southeast. Gavrilyuk's personality is a topic for a separate conversation.

I was interested in another. Namely - its Cossack status. Gavrilyuk was born and spent his whole life in Bukovina - the region, which was for the first time part of Ukraine thanks to the efforts of Joseph Stalin in 1940. At the same time, its residents learned that they, it turns out, the Ukrainians ... After the weakening of this region’s ties with the Old Russian state, Bukovyna was part of the Golden Horde, Hungary, Moldova, Austria and Romania. There were never any Cossacks in these lands, and there could not be any! But in recent decades, the myth of the organic connection between "Ukrainians" and "Cossacks" has firmly taken root in the public consciousness. And so strong that even Ukrainians in the first or second generation (as I said, the grandparents of Bukovina Gavrilyuk probably didn’t even realize that they were Ukrainians) claim the right to be Cossacks. These Cossacks are at least shocking ...

Cossacks in general turned into a saving wand for Ukrainian nationalists and national fascists. Almost the only way to find independent sources of the "Ukrainian nation" and the "Ukrainian state" until the twentieth century. Cossacks, as a phenomenon, are generally given for the stage of the formation of "Ukrainian statehood" in the history books of Ukraine. But, if you look at this issue seriously, then we come across impudent lies and banal theft.

Let's try to list known in the history of the Cossacks. Well, Zaporizhia. Well, let's say, briefly existed Bug. So what is next? Don. Kuban. Terek. Ural. Amur. Ussuri. Volzhskoe. Siberian. There was a Yakut town Cossack unit and a Kamchast Cossack horse team! The list can be continued. But we already got a general idea of ​​the geographical aspect of the Cossack phenomenon. As part of the territories in which the Cossacks lived and acted, the lands of modern Ukraine did not occupy even five percent! The vast majority of the Cossacks are just Russian phenomena!

But why, then, such a symbolic link to Ukraine? Did the Zaporizhzhya Cossacks have any fundamental importance when a Cossack phenomenon appeared? And what relation did it have to Ukraine?

Let's understand the history of the issue. Historians can not make a clear conclusion about the origin of the Cossacks, as such. But practically all researchers agree that this phenomenon is rooted either in the times of the Old Russian state, or even more ancient. Some see them as descendants of the Khazars, mingling with the Russians, and settled in the North Caucasus and the Don after the defeat of the Khazars. Others are the heirs of the black hoods. The third are the descendants of "Slavicized" Iranian-speaking nomads - the Scythians and Sarmatians (this is also indicated by the linguistic data). The fourth see them as "grandchildren" of ancient Russian guardsmen who remained to live in the southern border even after the collapse of the state ...

And what do reliable sources tell us? In the annals of the Kiev period there are no direct references to the Cossacks, although there are many indirect ones.

In 1303, the word "Cossack" in the meaning of "guardian" appears in the dictionary of the Polovtsian language.

1308 is the year from the text from Sugdei (Crimea): "The servant of God Almalchu, the son of Samak, alas, a young man, slain by Cossacks, died the same day."

In the Pskov chronicles of 1406, nicknames and surnames are mentioned - derived from the word "Cossack".

Since the first half of the 15th century, the Cossacks are already regularly mentioned in various chronicles. There are references to the "Ryazan Cossacks" who helped the Ryazan and Muscovites against the Tatars.

With all the desire - there is no binding either to Ukraine, which was not even in the project, nor even to the territory that is today part of it ...

Zaporizhia Cossacks, according to the most courageous estimates, began to form at the end of the 15th and beginning of the 16th centuries.

The beginning of the active work of the Zaporozhian Cossacks dates back to the middle of the XVI century.

And from the end of the 17th century, they began to take an active part in the national liberation (and, rather, the religious liberation) war of the Orthodox Slavic population of the Dnieper region against the Catholic Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

And here the most curious begins - and the most inconvenient for modern Ukrainophiles-European integrators. In the XVI century, as a result of the Brest and Lublin Unions, most of the territory of modern Ukraine was declared Polish, and the Orthodox Church on this territory was reassigned to the Pope of Rome, becoming "Uniate" - part of the Catholic Church. The common people - "buckwheat" - lived with the "European integrators" hard times. From torture, executions, and violent Catholicization, it fled to the Cossacks, who considered themselves fundamentally different from the class, but accepted the fugitives. Thanks to common faith. And also - due to the fact that they were considered ... the same Russian (Ruska) as they themselves!

For 70 - 80 years, the Poles got the local Orthodox so that a global uprising began under the leadership of Bogdan Khmelnitsky on the Sich and Podneprovye.

After a year of successful fights, at the beginning of 1649 of the year Khmelnitsky declared the Poles literally the following
"I am a small, inconspicuous person, but given to me by God, and from now on I am the co-owner autocrat Russian ... I will free all Polish people from Polish bondage, if I fought earlier for myself, then I fight Orthodox today for our faith ... ... Freely to dispose of me there my Kiev, I am the owner and governor of Kiev, God gave me this ... with the help of my sword. "

So here! Nothing more! Getman Khmelnitsky - considered himself Russian! However, as, apparently, and all the other Cossacks. And he also called the lands of modern Ukraine Russian ... In the history books of Ukraine, this is not remembered today ...

Moreover, even from 1648, Khmelnitsky, on behalf of the Zaporozhian people, wrote letters to the Russian Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich with a request to take them "under his arm." In 1653, a “positive response” was given on these requests. And in 1654, the Zaporozhian Army (together with the “land of the Ruska”) according to the results of the Pereyaslav Rada went under the arm of the Russian tsar.

One of the most ingenious works about the struggle of the Cossacks against the Polish oppression is Nikolai Vasilyevich Gogol’s “Taras Bulba”, a brilliant Russian writer born in the Poltava province - and originating from the old Cossack family of Hetman Ostap Gogol.

I don’t need to remind the plot of the story. So here. It never (!) Mentions the word "Ukrainian", as, indeed, "Ukraine". Used to write - "Ukraine" (eloquent difference). But the territory of modern Ukraine, the Cossacks in it are often called it the "Russian land". There is generally a wonderful phrase:

" ... as they did with the hetman and the best Russian knights in Ukraine."
And yet:

"Let the Russian land stand forever and the eternal honor of the Russian land!"

“Do you think there is anything in the world that the Kozak would have feared? Wait, the time will come, there will be time, you will know what the Orthodox Russian faith is! Even now distant and close people can sense it: the tsar is rising from the Russian land, and there will be no power in the world that would not submit to it! "

Taras Bulba, the brightest literary symbol of Zaporizhzhya Cossacks, sincerely considered himself Russian!

But no one stubbornly wants to see and notice ...

Today, under the pretext of "Ukrainians" of the Cossacks, hotheads from the "Right Sector" and other similar organizations make claims to the Don and the Kuban. Like, once the Cossacks - that means the Ukrainians.

But how would the local Cossacks themselves react to such claims? Open now Sholokhov

"He sat on a horse with an awkward landing inherent in non-trials, rattled his elbows in a trot, and, accompanied by the annoying cries of the Cossacks playing in the alley, rode with a trot.

- Khokhol-dam!

- Crest! .. Crest! ..

- You will fall! ..

“Male on the fence! ..” the children shouted after him. "

What is unity ??? Immediately felt the Ukrainian spirit ...

Or this:

"That is why we went to the station severally together and then, meeting in the steppe, weren't afraid to enter into an altercation.

- Hey, crest! Let's go on the road! You live on a Cossack land, a bastard, but do not want to give way to the road?

The Ukrainians, who brought wheat to the Don on the Paramonovsky dumping, also had a hard time. Here the fights began without any reason, simply because the "crest"; and the time "crest" - it is necessary to beat. "

The difference, of course, rather, is not national - but the estate. They treated this way to "non-Cossacks", peasants who came from the West, but the fact itself is very characteristic.

The Cossacks, the great Cossacks, including the Zaporizhzhya Cossacks — whether someone likes it or not — is a Russian phenomenon. And the Euro-Ukrainianism that is being preached now in Kiev and Lvov has nothing to do with it. And putting on the Cossacks maydanovtsu Gavrilyuk from Bukovina is the same as putting on pirates or cowboys. The latter, by the way, in view of the values ​​being preached and the origin of sponsorship, would be much more appropriate.

Our story is a part of us. And - hardly the most important. Allowing to steal it - we put the enemy in the hands weapon against yourself. And, speaking the truth, we win.
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  1. Alexei
    Alexei 3 February 2016 05: 47 New
    +7
    It was hard for the Ukrainians who brought wheat to the Don on the Paramonovskaya dump. Here fights started for no reason, simply because the "crest"; and since "crest" - you have to beat "
    And before the fight was in the order of things, even until recently, village to village, district to district (in cities). I remember in 90's there is a fight, a stneka to the wall, and then I go out ... with a balalaika from a music school sad
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 3 February 2016 05: 53 New
      +7
      Quote: Alexej
      And before the fight was in the order of things, even until recently, village to village, district to district (in cities)

      yes still different, under a glass we argue who hung more "lyuly" to whom in his youth ... lol in the 70s-80s, it was still in full swing!
      1. Ruslan67
        Ruslan67 3 February 2016 05: 57 New
        +3
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        , under a glass we argue who hung more "lyuly" for whom in his youth ..

        Try under "lyuli" to argue who drank more laughing For a change yes
        Hi drinks
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 3 February 2016 06: 51 New
          +1
          Quote: Ruslan67
          Try under "lyuli" to argue who drank more

          this is the morning debriefing! Ruslan .. hi
      2. Svetlana
        Svetlana 3 February 2016 09: 13 New
        +2
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        still different, under a glass we argue, who to whom "lyuley" hung more in his youth ... in the 70s-80s, it was still in full swing!

        Yes, for sure this tradition has been going on since time immemorial. We went to fight wall to wall on the border areas of the villages. And if someone strolling in the evening is met in a village that is not his own, then everything will be kicked out for a sweet soul. Our villages near Moscow were at enmity with each other, but later, in the 80s, mainly those who played sports, united under the name "Lyuber", because in Lyubertsy (a regional city) they were engaged in sports sections, got acquainted there and were friends. (And already in the 90s, many of those Luberov became bandits. This was the case throughout the country, of course.) When they went to Moscow for a walk or to concerts, sports matches, they already fought with Moscow ones. They all had their own legal territories, where the locals considered themselves masters and established their own rules. Local "tough guys" were called by the name of their settlement, city, village. In my opinion, it has been since the most ancient times. And from here came different tribes, and then nationalities. The ancestors are common, the people are the same, but the names of the tribes are different and that's it - it became accepted in some historical period of time to consider that these are different nationalities.
    2. BARKHAN
      BARKHAN 3 February 2016 10: 31 New
      +3
      Quote: Alexej
      I remember in the 90s there is a fight, a stneka to the wall, and then I go out ... with a balalaika from a music school

      Intrigued to the limit of further developments laughing
      1. Corporal Valera
        Corporal Valera 3 February 2016 11: 54 New
        +2
        Quote: Barkhan
        Intrigued to the limit of further developments

        He entered the circle and began to boldly look into the eyes of the judokas ... He broke the balalaika on the railing and shouted: This is what will happen to you! (from) laughing
  2. magician
    magician 3 February 2016 05: 49 New
    +3
    informative! thanks to the author!
  3. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 3 February 2016 05: 50 New
    +8
    we have "Cossacks" (converts), differ from the private security companies, only in their outfit, but when they thump and yell - "lyubo"!, and so, just like the chopovtsy, they guard all sorts of crap. the people "mummers" call out, but laugh at them , however, good-naturedly, because it's fun with a taxi driver, a Cossack-bombila, to ride! or watch how the "Cossack" vigilantly guards the sausage in the store .. we don't have too much entertainment, but at least you can smile ...
    1. feniks
      feniks 3 February 2016 07: 18 New
      +1
      Quote: Andrey Yurievich
      we have "Cossacks" (converts), differ from the private security companies, only in their outfit, but when they thump and yell - "lyubo"!, and so, just like the chopovtsy, they guard all sorts of crap. the people "mummers" call out, but laugh at them , however, good-naturedly, because it's fun with a taxi driver, a Cossack-bombila, to ride! or watch how the "Cossack" vigilantly guards the sausage in the store .. we don't have too much entertainment, but at least you can smile ...

      =====================================
      Yes, there were people in our time not just the current tribe, but the Cossacks are not you. (Sorry for the pun). Now there are no Cossacks - there are roosters dressed up. In Moscow, the district courts are guarding. Ugh !!!, some shame.
      1. Brutal
        Brutal 3 February 2016 08: 10 New
        0
        That's right, for me a Cossack is a warrior and a farmer. And, not like in my city, during the day the driver of a kakavoz, in the evening - "Cossack"! belay
        1. Kazakh
          Kazakh 3 February 2016 09: 30 New
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          Quote: BRUTAL
          That's right, for me a Cossack is a warrior and a farmer. And, not like in my city, during the day the driver of a kakavoz, in the evening - "Cossack"! belay

          But for me, a Russian is a farmer working a man who has expanded the country to the ocean, a warrior has driven more than one enemy into the gateway, and it’s not like in my town there are only Russian beer houses and it’s visible right next to cygans pits in line for drugs. Video I don’t know how to insert here is the link. This is our Cossacks http://ok.ru/video/39456803491
      2. GRAY
        GRAY 3 February 2016 09: 25 New
        0
        Quote: feniks
        In Moscow, district courts guard.

        I have not seen, not once, in court. But on the Preobrazhensky market, I saw laughing
  4. oldseaman1957
    oldseaman1957 3 February 2016 05: 51 New
    +3
    I remember a joke in Soviet times: "The Jewish Cossacks have risen!" - so fellow Jews also have the right. The guys are tough, Ataman Rosenbaum.
  5. FC SKIF
    FC SKIF 3 February 2016 05: 54 New
    +1
    so the Zaporozhye Cossacks under Catherine the Great were on the Don and Kuban, and these mummers are descendants of swineherds
  6. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 3 February 2016 05: 55 New
    0
    Not Russia allowed these mummers to fool around as they want, but the presidents of Hohland-Kravchuk, Kuchma, Yushchenko. Nothing else, much less holy, had never happened to them!
  7. EvgNik
    EvgNik 3 February 2016 05: 56 New
    +4
    Taras Bulba, the brightest literary symbol of Zaporizhzhya Cossacks, sincerely considered himself Russian!

    And Gogol is one of the most Russian writers! Here Poroshenko and Yatsenyuk-Ukrainians. For by no means belong neither to the Russians nor to the Ukrainians.
    - Hey, crest! Let's go on the road! You live on a Cossack land, a bastard, but do not want to give way to the road?
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 3 February 2016 05: 59 New
      +2
      Quote: EvgNik
      Here Poroshenko and Yatsenyuk-Ukrainians.


      come on! Evgeny! pig-crest? rollman? wassat you made my day! hi
    2. GRAY
      GRAY 3 February 2016 09: 40 New
      0
      Quote: EvgNik
      Ukrainians.

      As for the Russians, it’s quite entertaining and, in general, seems to be true:
      Kasab is a butcher in Turkish, a very cruel killer in Georgia, a ripper.

      In the process, it happened from there.

      It is known that in Turkish and Crimean Tatar languages ​​there is a word “kasap” meaning “butcher”, “flayer”, but the letter “ts” is missing.

      In the meaning of "butcher" the word was circulated in the XV century. in countries south of Moscow that experienced Turkic influence. For example, it is found in one of the letters of the Moldavian ruler Stephen III the Great for 1462. The Turks adopted this word from the Arabs, in the language of which it sounds like “kassab”. It is present, by the way, in another Semitic language, Hebrew, which also has the verb “katsav” (cut off, chopped off), already found in the Bible, for example, in the episode when the prophet Elisha saves an ax that fell into the waters of the Jordan (4 Kings 6: 6).

      It remains to understand why the Russians were likened to slaughterhouses. According to one assumption, this nickname was given to them for violating some Islamic food prescriptions. But a much simpler and more natural explanation can be given. In the XVI-XVII centuries. the invariable attribute of the Russian warrior was the sharpened ax, or berdysh. If you look at the equipment of the archers of the times of Ivan the Terrible, then immediately this eye-catching item with a crescent-shaped blade that looks like a butcher’s ax is striking. You can be sure that these weapons were launched without hesitation, for example, when the Crimean khan began to act outrageously on the Izyumsky gent. Hence the nickname.

      http://www.yaplakal.com/forum2/st/600/topic1231540.html
      The author apparently does not know that the berdysh was intended primarily against the cavalry - at first they cut the horse, and then the rider, or both at once - if they successfully hit.
      If I knew, I would definitely write.
      Thus, the version looks even more believable.
  8. Fitter65
    Fitter65 3 February 2016 06: 00 New
    +1
    Today, under the pretext of "Ukrainians" of the Cossacks, hotheads from the "Right Sector" and other similar organizations make claims to the Don and the Kuban. Like, once the Cossacks - that means the Ukrainians.
    But what did they forget about the Khokhlo-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug? For one thing about the Ural and Siberian Cossacks they somehow missed ... Since a Cossack means a Ukrainian fool laughing laughing
  9. Telemon
    Telemon 3 February 2016 06: 06 New
    +2
    Hello! Today, under the pretext of "Ukrainianship" of the Cossacks, hotheads from the "Right Sector" and other similar organizations claim the Don and Kuban...- what is there, here is the "news":
    Ukrainians are the oldest race on Earth. They existed long before the emergence of Homo sapiens. -

    More recently, on the comet of Churyumov - Gerasimenko - in space - the oxygen-bone biological remains of the deceased Ukraine were detected by a spectral method. Scientists around the world are so shocked that they are still silent, but this proves a lot of things. This proves that God was created in the image of extragalactic ukrov.

    wassat
  10. Nikolay71
    Nikolay71 3 February 2016 06: 07 New
    +1
    The author is certainly right, but you can't prove anything to pravosekam- "kozaks". They will not listen to anyone except themselves.
  11. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 3 February 2016 06: 22 New
    0
    Now ukrointsy will prove to you when they dug the sea, then dug out a magic letter there about the appropriation of totally Cossack ranks and titles to them fool
    1. nadezhiva
      nadezhiva 3 February 2016 08: 20 New
      +1
      They can prove anything. Only how to Khokhlov and Khokhlo. The truth will be - a question. The process is slowly, with a creak, but it goes. The French joined the quest for truth. The fact that the French television channel showed the whole country showed people falling from the windows of the burning House of Trade Unions - for today's Europe this is a step forward.
      1. GRAY
        GRAY 3 February 2016 10: 01 New
        0
        Quote: nadezhiva
        The French joined the quest for truth.

        Canal + already announced a replay, the film really caused genuine interest.
        I won’t be surprised if in the near future the French will have some kind of resonant terrorist attack to bring down this wave.
  12. CARLSON
    CARLSON 3 February 2016 06: 30 New
    +1
    It's probably a saying about these riders
    "The Jewish Cossacks were terrible in the attack"
  13. Ros 56
    Ros 56 3 February 2016 06: 32 New
    +2
    I didn’t even read to the end, the idea is clear. The author is well done, trying to understand and bring to people the historical truth. But the fact is that no matter what arguments you make, whatever facts and evidence you give, all this will be accepted and understood only by normal, adequate people.
    But the dillies have a completely different task. By hook or by crook, not washing, so rolling, using violence and even murder to drive people into the heads, and especially those with a limited outlook, uneducated, easily inspired, ready to believe all sorts of nonsense, and even playing on nationalistic feelings that they are almost founders of all life on earth. One episode from yesterday's program "The Right to Vote" by R. Babayan confirms my words. In all seriousness, though without suspecting it himself, a certain Kovtun let slip, even that abomination. When the host asked what to do with the Russian people, he replied: What, we have created Ukraine, now we need to create Ukrainians from all who live there. When asked what awaits them in the end and what they are going to do with him, realizing his mistake, he began to play as usual, and hid behind the verbal husk.
    There is only one conclusion in my opinion, despite all this hype around the "Minsk agreements", the goal is to create a nationalist fascist state, as opposed to Russia.
    1. Svetlana
      Svetlana 3 February 2016 09: 24 New
      +1
      Quote: Ros 56
      I didn’t even read to the end, the idea is clear. The author is well done, trying to figure out and bring to people the historical truth.

      Yes, dill would read such articles, but we already know that. Maybe they need to scatter leaflets from planes? How else to knock dope out of the head?
  14. vic58
    vic58 3 February 2016 06: 33 New
    +2
    Think: who is the "elite" in Ukraine now? Yatsenyuk - a citizen of Canada, Poroshenko - Switzerland, Klitschko - Germany, Kolomoisky - Israel, Yaresko - USA and only SAAKASHVILI .... citizen of Ukraine !!! And all the ardent "patriots", though slain raccoons with portraits of Franklin (?!?) ... They study history from banknotes! And they know the history of the United States better than their own hi
  15. samarin1969
    samarin1969 3 February 2016 06: 55 New
    +2
    The Zaporozhian Sich was a romanticized semi-robber international of Russians, Ukrainians, ... Poles, Moldovans, Tatars. All who had problems with the authorities fled to the Sich. The historian Kostomarov constantly writes about the Khmelnitsky army as "the Cossacks and (!) Ukrainians".
    Ukrainian textbooks write about the unique experience of the Sich democracy ... There were quite a few such "slashes in 15-16 centuries in Europe: the Balkans, Germany ...
  16. 2С5
    2С5 3 February 2016 07: 01 New
    +7
    ... and we have the Yenisei Cossacks, the order is such that mama do not cry! A familiar boy, so as not to go to the army, went to them (it was a long time ago) to serve, but after a couple of months he got into a sobering-up station in an obscene form ... from there they called the Cossacks, explained what and how much to pay for the night and asked to come pick up a client who, overnight, took out his brain all along with his Cossack quirks ... his platoon commander arrived (unfortunately, I don’t understand Cossack titles and positions), paid, apologized, took the Cossack girl and then! I meet an entogo chubaty in a couple of days, he is torn into the army like an abnormal, I ask "What happened?", Answers: Whipped with all the personnel, I can not sit down or lie down ... well, his nafik is the Cossacks! Bully this is all and toys, in the army everything is for real ... well, I was called up and served ... if only the Cossacks would do this with all the deviators from the service, we would have too much conscription and patriotism on top ... I'm not talking about ideological consciousness lol ... the entot "Cossack Gavrilyuk" would have caught our Siberian one slap on the head, it is unlikely that the matter would be limited, laughing I would write a petition so that they would not be expelled from the pre-trial detention center ...
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  18. Aleksander
    Aleksander 3 February 2016 07: 45 New
    +1
    There was still the Black Sea Cossack army in New Russia
    1. andj61
      andj61 3 February 2016 11: 53 New
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      Quote: Aleksander
      There was still the Black Sea Cossack army in New Russia

      It is better known by another name - the Kuban Cossack army.
      The Black Sea Cossack army is a military Cossack formation in the 1787th-XNUMXth centuries. Created by the Russian government in XNUMX from parts of the Army of Faithful Cossacks, the basis of which was the former Zaporozhye Cossacks. For the troops allotted territory between the Southern Bug and the Dniester with a center in the city of Slobodzeya.
      In 1792, the army was relocated to the Kuban, where Cossacks founded 40 smokers with a center in the city of Yekaterinodar.
      In 1860, the army was renamed the Kuban Cossack army, to which part of the Caucasian linear Cossacks was annexed.
  19. pv1005
    pv1005 3 February 2016 07: 51 New
    0
    And all the same double standards. yes
    The site is strictly prohibited:
    b) Inciting ethnic hatred. The use of such words and derivatives as: crest, Hohland, Jew, USA, Bulbash, Talaponet, chock, khachik, Azerbaijani, squint-eyed, Raska (generally a mention of Russia and Russianness in derogatory form) and other similar turns of unnatural speech;

    And yes, return the first comment. There are definitely no violations in it.
    1. Tersky
      3 February 2016 08: 59 New
      +3
      Quote: pv1005
      And all the same double standards

      Do not confuse the righteous with the sinful. We are talking about the use of the comments listed in the communication of site users with the aim of insulting, but nothing about in the context of an article or news. Or did something offend you personally in this article? So it is taken from a third-party resource, the source link is given, the author is known, sue him. For one thing and for Gogol and Sholokhov, bringing the latter to justice in accordance with Art. 282 of the Criminal Code.
      1. pv1005
        pv1005 3 February 2016 09: 26 New
        0
        Yes, I have no claims either to the article or to the author, and even more so to N.V. Gogol. And no insult has been inflicted on me. Unfortunately, the site rules are applied very selectively. Some are banned for a letter with dots, others "can do anything." And the fact that they consider the "forbidden" words in isolation from the content of the comment and for this they are sent to the ban. This is what was said in the previous comment, which was successfully deleted after 15 minutes. Only it is not clear why? hi
      2. pv1005
        pv1005 3 February 2016 10: 03 New
        +1
        Yes, I have no claims either to the article or to the author, and even more so to N.V. Gogol. And no insult has been inflicted on me. Unfortunately, the site rules are applied very selectively. Some are banned for a letter with dots, others "can do anything." And the fact that they consider the "forbidden" words in isolation from the content of the comment and for this they are sent to the ban. This is what was said in the previous comment, which was successfully deleted after 15 minutes. Only it is not clear why? hi
        Quote: VNP1958PVN
        Not Russia allowed these mummers to fool around as they want, but the presidents of Hohland-Kravchuk, Kuchma, Yushchenko. Nothing else, much less holy, had never happened to them!

        EvgNik RU Today, 05:56
        Taras Bulba, the brightest literary symbol of Zaporizhzhya Cossacks, sincerely considered himself Russian!
        And Gogol is one of the most Russian writers! Here Poroshenko and Yatsenyuk-Ukrainians.

        Andrey Yurievich (5) SU Today, 05:59 ↑
        Quote: EvgNik
        Here Poroshenko and Yatsenyuk-Ukrainians.

        come on! Evgeny! pig-crest? rollman? wassat

        Fitter65 RU Today, 06:00 AM
        Today, under the pretext of "Ukrainians" of the Cossacks, hotheads from the "Right Sector" and other similar organizations make claims to the Don and the Kuban. Like, once the Cossacks - that means the Ukrainians.
        And what did they forget about the Khokhlo-Mansi Autonomous Okrug?

        I, like the majority (in contrast to the Roskogotonadzor), understand that the men are joking and there is no smell of incitement to hatred. But the rules. Therefore, he said that one cannot ban only for the "forbidden" word and its derivatives in isolation from the content.
        MUZHIKOV FOR THE COMMENTS HEREBOUND HERE. hi
      3. Weyland
        Weyland 3 February 2016 22: 05 New
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        Quote: Tersky
        For one thing and for Gogol and Sholokhov, bringing the latter to justice in accordance with Art. 282 of the Criminal Code.


        Well, if in the United States banned the "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" for it is used in the word nigger - Mark Twain they would definitely put for racism!
  20. Vladislav 73
    Vladislav 73 3 February 2016 08: 21 New
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    Either in 404 V. Bortko's film "Taras Bulba" was banned! Of course, the stoned ones would have a phase shift, like that, a Zaporozhye cossack, and a continuous "zrada" -Russian people, Russian spirit, Russian people! ... And not a single timeA for decency-Ukrainian! laughing Tse solid zrada! wassat
  21. CONTROL
    CONTROL 3 February 2016 08: 25 New
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    This noble Cossack Gavrilyuk, to whom the commandos are naked in the snow! - they let go of the luli (by the way, it was the naval special forces, Sevastopol, it seems ...), then (in justification of such "inhuman sadism") it lit up again. Numerous "selfies" were published with his participation from training camps in the Baltics (before the Maidan events!), Colorful "albums" of photographs of his participation in the pogroms in Kharkov, in Chernigov, somewhere else, similar in content ...
    So - there was nowhere to put samples already by the time of his "selfie" in the snow! a couple of bruises on the ass and a fingal under the eye - these are weak "marks" of distinction and "awards" for him! ...
  22. EvilLion
    EvilLion 3 February 2016 08: 40 New
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    X_o_h_l_y steal everything, including history. Such is their rotten nature.
  23. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 3 February 2016 08: 47 New
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    Male on wattle fence! ..

    You can't say better about the ostentatious Ukrainian "nationality". These are forelocks on the crown, embroidered bullet-proof vests (or like the same Gavrilyuk in the clip on the body), all sorts of centurions, etc. You need to be proud of your deeds and intelligence, not a crest on the crown.
  24. Scud
    Scud 3 February 2016 09: 13 New
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    The most vile Bender-fascist plague surfaced in Dill. And in their pseudo patriotism, they will completely destroy the country. Petr Bitsilli, historian, culturologist, literary critic, professor of Odessa, noted that Ukrainians (Little Russians) Great Russians and Belarusians are one Russian nation and the desire of individual politicians to turn them into independent separate nationalities is worthy of condemnation. You can create a Ukrainian nation, and Ukrainians are quite right in this. However, such an artificial dressing of a nation to renounce common with the Great Russian state and cultural heritage will lead Ukrainians to impoverishment of culture, impoverishment of spirit, stagnation and stagnation. That was said 136 years ago.
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  26. Red_Hamer
    Red_Hamer 3 February 2016 09: 47 New
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    To invent new nations in order to pinch off a piece of the Russian zemstvo is not now invented. Who now knows what Polabskaya Rus was? For the sake of diversity, read Ilya Glazunov, and the same Glazunov, an artist, about excavations on the island of Rugen! At one time, an article in magazines came out, now there is an Internet.
  27. nivander
    nivander 3 February 2016 11: 47 New
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    The siege of Zbarazh, the siege of Lviv. The battle of Zbor. Cossacks, if they appeared in Galitchina, are only enemies. Therefore, the Cossack Gavrylyuk comes from Chernivtsi, it is as if Nelson Mandela was played by Russell Crowe
  28. Vega
    Vega 3 February 2016 11: 58 New
    0
    As ukropatrioty can not understand, the fact that the Cossack is a military class, and the mustachioed and forelock on the Maidan is simply a bandit.
  29. Weyland
    Weyland 3 February 2016 22: 09 New
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    If Gavrilyuk can be compared with any Cossacks, then this is with Transdanubian! Who does not know - google "Transdanubian Sich". The wars with the Nekrasovites alone (in which the Zadunais did not spare either women or children) and the storming of Mesolonga are worth something!