What you should know about Crimea, also known as Tartarstan

A history you will never be taught in our politically blinkered education system, thanks to the Tundra Tabloids:

What you should know about Crimea, also known as Tartarstan

Crimean Tatars XVIIC by caastel

Live Science:

5. Crimean Tatars wield influence

For proof that the past is never really gone, you need look no further than Crimea, home to an ancient ethnic group known as the Tatars, who still wield considerable influence.

Primarily Muslim, the Tatars of Crimea were instrumental in making the peninsula one of the centers of Islamic culture. They were also known as slave traders who raided lands as far north as modern-day Poland.

NOTE: How many of you growing up, ever heard your teachers telling you about Muslim Tatar slavers raiding Poland and other parts of Europe for slaves? No? Well me neither, I just heard about the white Christian European slave traders, who by default, were cast as the inventors of the evil institution. We never were schooled in the subject of the Islamic slave trade, and never about the black Africans themselves who turned their ancient trade in human flesh (when not boiling it for human consumption) into an international market.

H/T: Fjordman

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In other news:

UN Clown Gets His Marching Orders

FIFTEEN gunmen threatened United Nations diplomat, forcing him to take refuge before he was escorted to nearest airport and made to leave Crimea

  • Dutch special envoy Robert Serry retreated into cafe after being threatened at gunpoint by ten to 15 men
  • He refused to be taken by them and took refuge in the Crimean coffee shop
  • Crowds gathered outside, some armed and some in paramilitary uniform, chanting: ‘Russia! Russia!’
  • After being escorted out through the crowds, Mr Serry left for the airport

Daily Mail

7 thoughts on “What you should know about Crimea, also known as Tartarstan”

  1. In the 13th century, Crimea was partly controlled by the Venetians and by the Genoese; they were followed by the Crimean Khanate and the Ottoman Empire in the 15th to 18th centuries, the Russian Empire in the 18th to 20th centuries, Germany during World War II and the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic and later the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, within the Soviet Union during the rest of the 20th century until Crimea became part of independent Ukraine with the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991. -Wikipedia

    Now, “Russia” (even as the German/Greek twin to Prussia) didn’t exactly exist until the mid 1400s, when Princess Zoe-Sophia of Constantinople took the Paleologus to Prince Ivan of Muscovy to initiate the Third Rome there.

    Much more recently, (at least since Stalin had reportedly kicked the muslim Turkmongol Tartar invaders out) the simple truth is that the majority population of Crimea is Russian. It’s full of Russians. They speak Russian.

    The only reason it’s allegedly part of the Ukraine is because Soviet boss Nikita Kruschev (who was himself Ukrainian) carved it off the Russian SSR and added it to the Ukrainian SSR for purely subjective, personal political reasons.

    Wherever and whoever the Crimea ends up belonging to won’t affect the world.

    Furthermore (!!!) it seems the neo-nazi thugs currently agitating in the Crimea are really stooges hired and financed by the USA.

    Obama just hired Blackwater to covertly invade the place, too:

    http://1389blog.com/2014/03/06/report-mercenaries-from-the-us-have-arrived-in-kiev/

  2. In the 13th century, Crimea was partly controlled by the Venetians and by the Genoese; they were followed by the Crimean Khanate and the Ottoman Empire in the 15th to 18th centuries, the Russian Empire in the 18th to 20th centuries, Germany during World War II and the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic and later the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, within the Soviet Union during the rest of the 20th century until Crimea became part of independent Ukraine with the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991. -Wikipedia

    Now, “Russia” (even as the German/Greek twin to Prussia) didn’t exactly exist until the mid 1400s, when Princess Zoe-Sophia of Constantinople took the Paleologus to Prince Ivan of Muscovy to initiate the Third Rome there.

    Much more recently, (at least since Stalin had reportedly kicked the muslim Turkmongol Tartar invaders out) the simple truth is that the majority population of Crimea is Russian. It’s full of Russians. They speak Russian.

    The only reason it’s allegedly part of the Ukraine is because Soviet boss Nikita Kruschev (who was himself Ukrainian) carved it off the Russian SSR and added it to the Ukrainian SSR for purely subjective, personal political reasons.

    Wherever and whoever the Crimea ends up belonging to won’t affect the world.

    Furthermore (!!!) it seems the neo-nazi thugs currently agitating in the Crimea are really stooges hired and financed by the USA.

    Obama just hired Blackwater to covertly invade the place, too:

    http://1389blog.com/2014/03/06/report-mercenaries-from-the-us-have-arrived-in-kiev/

    AND I’D LOVE TO SEE RUSSIA TAKE ON THE TURKS!

    😉

  3. I wanna marry Putin (figure of speech, Vlady – dont panic if you are reading this ;)) alone for the fact that he is the only leader today who stands up to the islamists – and that is why the invertebrates, disguised as Western Leaders and Media, are not combining their criminel efforts to make him global persona non-grata. I actually wonder about the timing of it all – and would also like to hear some “Armenians” give their opinion about Tartarstan/Turkey.
    http://littlenotesfromparis.blogspot.fr/search?q=Putin

  4. correction: and that is why the invertebrates, disguised as Western Leaders and Media, are NOW combining their criminel efforts to make him global persona non-grata.

  5. I favor Russia in this conflict.
    Russia must control the Black Sea Region, and they must hold it with persistent, ruthless and extraordinary force.
    I would have no mercy at all on the Muslims living there.
    And my goal would be to scare the Emirate of the Caucasus out of their minds.

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