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Meta-Ethnicity: Slavic/Turkic Ethnicity: Mostly Russian Country: Ukraine Ancestry: East Slavic + some ancient Altaic roots Taxonomy: North Pontid+ Baltid Politics: God save the Tsar Religion: Eastern Orthodoxy Relationship Status: In a relationship with eternity... Hero: Yeshua haMashiach, Alexander Nevsky, Dmitry Donskoy, Bohdan Khmelnytsky, Peter the Great Philosophy: Eurasian
- 1905. Bloodshed in St. Petersburg Bloodshed in St. Petersburg, organized by provocateur G. Gapon. "Bloody Sunday" on January 9, 1905 was a planned provocation and was the beginning of the so-called. "The first Russian revolution," for which, using the Russian-Japanese war, the Masons threw huge sums of money. The organizer of the "peaceful procession" priest Gapon (later deprived of his rank) was a puppet in the hands of the enemies of Russia, among which was one of the founders of Zionism, Pinchus Moiseevich Rutenberg. Calling the workers to a peaceful demonstration in the royal palace, they provoked a clash with the shedding of blood. Turning to the workers in 10 days, Tsar Nicholas II assessed the provocation on January 9 as follows: "The deplorable events with the , but inevitable consequences of the Troubles were due to the fact that you allowed yourself to be deceived and deceived by the traitors and enemies of our country. Inviting you to ask me for your needs, they raised you to rebel against me and my government, forcibly taking you away from honest work at a time when all truly Russian people should work together unconditionally to overcome our stubborn external enemies!
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