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The Secret War Against Germania and its Historical Roots (part 4)

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Churchill and the Hanseatic League
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Hamburg after Operation Gommorrah

There is an esoteric reason why Churchill first bombed the former Hanseatic cities in the north (Hamburg, Bremen, Bremerhaven, Kiel, etc.). Virtually no Hanseatic city survived the Second World War. Centuries-old city centers, the hearts of German culture, were completely wiped out in the firestorm of 1943-1945. After the Thirty-Years War the original German culture predominantly lived on in the Protestant North, as the South had already been largely disempowered by the Catholics.

And indeed, the northern German cities suffered most during the Second World War, with Bremerhaven at the top of the list of destroyed cities: 97% of the entire city center was destroyed by fire bombs. Hamburg also succumbed to fire after the bombing, which was characteristically called Operation Gomorrah. This name clearly contains an occult Hebrew reference.

Possibly this secret reason for the destruction of the German North is also connected with the bombing of the northern island of Heligoland (surprisingly two years after the end of the war) and the cession of northeastern areas (Danzig, Königsberg, East Prussia) with connections to the Hanseatic League. The flight and expulsion of Germans between 1944 and 1950 is one of the darkest chapters in the history of the Second World War, and left millions of Germans dead, and even more traumatized and disrooted. It was a genocide on the Eastern German population and culture.

By the way, all major German cities were originally built on star fortresses (Starforts).

If you go to the East, you can still find German manors and castles in supposedly Slavic Estonia, and many Estonians still speak German.

German history has been falsified beyond recognition.

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Estonian Manor

It is said that Estonia is influenced by German culture, but it can be assumed that Estonia was German for a long time until the Slavs and Germans mixed. Even after that, when the Germans made up only a small percentage of the Baltic population, they still dominated culturally.

Look at the architecture of Tallinn as an example of Hanseatic fame. It has the oldest European pharmacy. And who founded the pharmacy? It was Baltic Germans.

Polish ethnographer Professor Jan Bystron discovered that many Polish names were originally German. Even German noblemen who settled in Poland often allowed their names to be changed. Such processes make the assignment of today's territories to a past culture highly complicated.

Vatican, Fascism and the Wars of Religion
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Cardinal Secretary of State Eugenio Pacelli (future Pius XII) signs the Reich Concordat on behalf of Pope Pius XI on July 20, 1933

The two World Wars must be seen as a strategy of the Vatican to finally win the old conflict between Catholics and Protestants. While the ideology of fascism was partially rooted in noble goals (referring to, for example, Revolt Against the Modern World: Politics, Religion, and Social Order in the Kali Yuga by Julius Evola) the movement was itself a force of the Kali Yuga, as all social movements tend to eventually degenerate in the age we are in, no matter the original intentions. Unfortuantely, just like communism/socialism, fascism was a psy-op by the Elites. The plan was to create a clash between socialism and fascism to destroy European and Russian culture and history. Not only so-called "progressive", but also conservative movements are controlled by the Powers That Be, even if they start with good intentions.

The ideology of fascism was rooted in the desire to bring back the Old Order, and fight against the cultural degeneration, symbolized by democracy, modern politics, atheism, materialism, nihilism, equal rights, freemasonry-inspired human rights (instead of law of nature), and devolution of both the masculine and female nature. The Old Order was represented by the monarchies.

“Kingship was the supreme form of government, and was believed to be in the natural order of things. It did not need physical strength to assert itself, and when it did, it was only sporadically. It imposed itself mainly and irresistibly through the spirit.”
- Julius Evola, Revolt Against the Modern World
The turning point where the New Order replaced the Old was the French Revolution, which had overthrown the old ideals that Fascism eventually tried to bring back into the world.

And indeed, the usual suspects managed the fascist movement, like the jesuit- and hebrew-controlled Vatican. The Two World Wars were part of a long-planned plot to finally annihilate the remnants of Germania, the heart of 17th Century Protestantism (originally a conservative movement). Prussia was the last Protestant stronghold, and the Allies celebrated their victory over Protestantism with annihilating Prussia alltogether by giving it to Poland. It took a long time, until 1990, to finalize this process in the "Treaty on the Final Settlement with Respect to Germany", and this Treaty was still a compromise for the PTB, because they know that the German Reich never officially surrendered, so all laws regarding Germany from 1945 onwards are legally void. Legal constructs are important to the Elites, because only with the explicit consent are they allowed to do what they do, otherwise spiritual laws would be violated, which creates a lot of "unnecessary" (for them) karma.

"Now Luther has lost the war."
- Pope Benedict XV, after the end of the First World War.

"Adolf Hitler, son of the Catholic Church, died while
defending Christianity."

- Francisco Franco, May 3, 1945

Needless to say, the history of Martin Luther was written by the victors of the Reformation Wars, and we will never know who Luther was, and if he really existed. But in the 20th Century, Luther represented protestantism, so Pope Benedict refered to this century-long war.

The following is an excerpt from the book "Mit Gott und den Faschisten - Der Vatikan im Bunde mit Mussolini, Franco, Hitler und Pavelic" (With God and the Fascists) by Karlheinz Deschner:

The first service that the ex-Socialist Mussolini rendered to the Holy See was a financial one. In fact, he saved the Banco di Roma, to which the Curia and several of its prelates had entrusted large sums of money, from bankruptcy by stepping in with about 1.5 billion lire at the expense of the Italian state. (...)​
Since the reorganization of the Banco di Roma, the Italian bishops, including the Pope, began to sing the praises of Mussolini. (...)​
After Mussolini had reached his goal with the help of the Pope, the Pope was also to reach his with the help of Mussolini. (...)​
Francesco Nitti, former professor of finance & former prime minister of the Italian government said: "But what has the Vatican actually got now? A very small territory, but the recognition as a sovereign state. Moreover, it has received a sum that is unique in the history of the Church ... the capital of a World Bank". (...)​
Catholicism became state religion, church marriage became equal to civil marriage, divorce became impossible, religious education became the foundation and crowning glory of public education in all elementary and secondary schools. Anti-church books, newspapers and films were banned, and criticism and insults to Catholicism were made punishable. Yes, the state sucessfully harmonized all its legislation with canon law.​
Of all the concordats (treaty between the Holy See and a state that was binding under international law) that Pius XI had concluded until then (with Latvia in 1922, with Bavaria in 1924, with Poland in 1925, with Lithuania in 1927), the concordat with fascist Italy was the most favorable for the Curia. As Francesco Nitti wrote, it extinguished two centuries of internal development and abolished the country's spiritual independence.​
In general, the books of the Italian elementary schools at that time consisted of one third of catechism (instruction in the fundamental questions of the Christian faith) and prayers, and two thirds of glorifications of fascism and war, which was soon to be provoked. Just as the Vatican in Italy paved the way for the Mussolini dictatorship by eliminating the Catholic party, so it did in Germany, through (Franz von) Papen, (Ludwig) Kaas and the dissolution of the Zentrumspartei, the oldest Catholic party in Europe, it gave Hitler unlimited power. In return, he was expected to give the same concessions as Mussolini.​
This was clearly indicated by the papal nuncio in Berlin, Cesare Orsenigo, who openly rejoiced in Hitler's seizure of power. (...) On January 30, Hitler was appointed Chancellor of the Reich at Papen's suggestion. Hindenburg had only overcome his reservations because Papen assured him that the actual head of the government would be himself, the Vice-Chancellor. When Kaas won his faction's vote for the Enabling Act, he quickly left for Rome. (...)​
On April 10, Papen and Hermann Göring appeared at the Vatican, where, as the press reported, they were received with great honor and Pius XI was very impressed by them. The Pope also remarked, writes Papen, how delighted he was to see at the head of the German government a personality who fought uncompromisingly against communism and Russian nihilism in all its forms. On April 20, on Hitler's birthday, Kaas sent sincere blessings and the assurance of unwavering cooperation. And soon the Concordat with Hitler's Germany was presented to the amazed world.​
"According to its timing, content and official episcopal interpretation, the Concordat encouraged crimes and criminals, morally defamed every determined opposition, legitimized the National Socialists to count themselves among the "state powers on the side of order (...), and led the Catholic people into the mass grave to secure the Hitler dictatorship." - Johannes Fleischer​


Pan-Germanism
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Distribution of German dialects in 1908

Were the conflicts that led to World War I related to invisible forces that divided the Germans? How large was the German territory in 1600, and were the people in the German-speaking world somehow politically united? How old was the German Reich really?

Did anyone try to prevent the Germans from remaining in unity, which eventually led to all the divisions we see in the 19th century?

What role did Austria-Hungary play? What was the true role of the German Confederation after the Congress of Vienna in 1815 and what really happened in the Napoleonic Wars that led to them? Where did the idea of Pan-Germanism (Greater Germany) come from? Were the two world wars the last parts of a centuries-long extermination process against the German Reich?

Did the Germans really invade the Slavic countries in the East during colonialism, or was it the exact opposite? Did the German Empire once border on Tartary (today Russia)?

Why, according to mainstream historians, did pan-Germanism only begin during/after the Napoleonic Wars? Was the centuries-old peace between the kingdoms of Central Europe destroyed by the Napoleonic Wars? Is it possible that there was unity among the peoples without the need for a central government?

I suggest that all political structures that existed before Napoleon were in practice a united and greater Germany, and that everything that happened after 1815 was in reality the result of Napoleon's destruction of that unity. ("Napoleon" as a code word for whatever really happened, as Napoleon is most likely a fake and never existed).

The German Revolution of 1848 was the nationalists' attempt to restore the old way of life of the German kingdom.


Atlantis and the Second World War
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The Atlantis researcher Jürgen Spanuth introduced the idea that Atlantis was originally located in the North Sea, with today's Heligoland as the last remnant of the huge island kingdom. According to Spanuth, the Atlanteans were immortalized as "Hyperboreans" in Greek mythology.

Churchill's hatred against the genetic connection of the Germanic tribes with the "gods" of Hyperborea and Atlantis led to the total destruction of Helgoland.

In 1928, Hitler and Goebbels visited the most northern island of Germany. For the National Socialists, the destroyed fortifications stood for Germany's lost global ambitions and the shameful treatment by the Allies. Himmler was obsessed with the idea that these were the visible remains of an Aryan Atlantis, the birthplace of the German race.

The complete destruction of Heligoland by the British in 1945 and 1947 was an attack on everything the island symbolized. The goal was to erase the connection to Atlantis from human memory once and for all.

Part 1: The Forgery Operation of the Jesuit Vatican
Part 2: The Forgery of Ancient Germanic History
Part 3: The 30-Years War and the Reformation Lie
Part 4: Vatican, Fascism, Hanseatic League, Germania Magna
Part 5: Genetic Heritage, Collective Amnesia, From Past to Present
 

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My mother told me years ago, when we stayed in Gdansk (Poland) she could communicate in Dutch with elderly people, this was in the 1980's. This always stuck with me for some reason.

Then at the beginning of this year I had a conversation with a local (Netherlands) about dialect (I don't speak the local dialect) and that a friend of mine could use this dialect well in to Belgium and understand each other fully. This man told me that as a truck driver he could converse in his dialect well in to northern France. I find that really interesting.
 
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I'm interested in how you might re-consider Marx-- insofar as he interpreted the German Revolution of 1848 in terms of class struggle?

My take is that class struggle, like ethnic strife, is a very handy "anti-nationalistic" weapon. Since we're in the midst of a nationalist uprising in the USA, so many parallels are easy to draw. In my entire academic experience, nationalism was verboten, exept for the standard criticisms. Hardly surprising.
 

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I'm interested in how you might re-consider Marx-- insofar as he interpreted the German Revolution of 1848 in terms of class struggle?

My take is that class struggle, like ethnic strife, is a very handy "anti-nationalistic" weapon. Since we're in the midst of a nationalist uprising in the USA, so many parallels are easy to draw. In my entire academic experience, nationalism was verboten, exept for the standard criticisms. Hardly surprising.
In what way? I am not sure his idea adds up to scrutiny, and I doubt he is being taken seriously on that matter in academia. In 1848, the industrial society with workers and capitalists was still only an idea mostly. And by 1950, the industrialist age was already being replaced by the information age. He desparately tried to frame the Revolution of 1848 into his sick concepts.

Historical Materialism itself is a fraudulent concept, there is no proof that history can be understood as the eternal struggle between the workers and capitalists. Mainly because the entire concept of what Marx wrote about only started to emerge before his very eyes during his life in the 19th Century. Before the 19th Century, no one would have taken him seriously, because "producing goods" was such a small part of life. He ignored the entire known history of humanity and reduced it to production, an essential step in fostering materialism and nihilism. Marx was a psychopath, and his work overly complicated and incoherent.

I wrote about it on the old forum before, Marx had a sick mind. One of his fundamental claims was that capitalism eventually leads to communism, but at the same time he forcefully attacked capitalism. Thus he actually worked against his principle. If he had understood his own work, he would have become a capitalist.
 

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In what way?
Actually, you might be surprised at how seriously Marx is taken in academia-- at least in my old wing. I'm sorry I forgot or didn't read your earlier writings on him. The revolution of 1848, in terms of your series, takes on new significance for me.
 

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In what way?
Actually, you might be surprised at how seriously Marx is taken in academia-- at least in my old wing. I'm sorry I forgot or didn't read your earlier writings on him. The revolution of 1848, in terms of your series, takes on new significance for me.
Unfortunately I haven't saved it.

I haven't looked deeply enough into the Revolution to write more currently. But when it comes to Marx, I simply ignore him. If Marx ignores the nationalist part of the Revolution, how can anyone take him seriously on this?

If he is being taken seriously, that wouldn't surprise me per se, as incoherent ramblings and academia fit perfectly.
 

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German history has been falsified beyond recognition.
What subjects/books (aside from those listed in these threads) do you recommend in researching and rediscovering the truth of the real german history? This is of particular interest to me and a primary reason why I am here.
 
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Marx wasn't that incoherent. But I now look at him as "limited hangout"-- a term I learned on this forum. He certainly qualifies for "controlled opposition." Evidence: he got paid by the New York Times. He continues in these roles today.

In any case, as I've said in SH 1.0 and to you privately, I'm certain that we must understand what happened to Germany to understand our world today. Thanks for your efforts. Your English is superb, by the way.
 

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In my ignorance, I always assumed that they bombed the crap out of the North because it represented their major ports, and it was the closest target to England. You have now given
me something to think about. Thank you for this information.
 

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Unfortunately I haven't saved it.
Found it ;)
dreamtime said:
The fundamental idea of Marxism in regards to our history is called "historical materialism".

This is the philosophy on which Marxism, and then Communism and Socialism, were built on.

Marx asserts that all of our history can be explained by workers and capitalists eternally fighting over ressources, and with every fight, things get progressively better.

He said at the beginning, capitalists had everything, and workers had nothing. And in the end, workers will have everything, and there will be no capitalists any longer, which will ultimately result in the utopian paradise of communism.

The problem is that the entire idea of history being only a fight over material resources neglected all higher aspects of human life, like spirituality, empathy, love, altruism, individuality, education, culture - and reduced everything to the most basic aspect. This is why communism had such a devastating effect.

Marx also ignored the authoritarian and destructive power of the state and failed to take into account how history was more a fight between authoritarian leaders and average people than a fight between capitalists and average people.

In fact throughout our entire history it was the capitalists who secured freedom, prosperity and abundance. Only when a couple of people installed a central banking system, with the help of state structures, was money used to enslave people.

Read Igor Shafarevich and his book The Socialist Phenomenon, in which he worked out how Socialism existed throughout ancient and recent history. It is the only book that asks the question of how our entire history relates to Socialism.

The reason capitalists and conservative people are attacked today is because they represent true freedom and individuality, which means they are able to live in small family groups without reliance on the central state. People who don't enjoy this kind of freedom tend to identify with the collectivist state and media conglomerate, which promises to end their miserable individual lifes, merging with the whole into something that no longer allows individual expression.

Historically, as Schafarevich writes, elements of "Socialism" weren't ideological. And most importantly, it wasn't centrally managed, but born out of local customs and the decisions of free people.

When it comes to the socialist elements in the heretic christian groups (Cathars, etc.), it becomes obvious that everything they did was born out of religious and spiritual concepts, which are completely lacking in Marxism. Without those concepts there is no unifying bond. While it can't be denied that those early groups had a certain collectivist attitude to them, it looks like it was a genuine attempt to recreate the original way of life, which did not focus on material aspects as much as the middle ages did. More importantly, it was rooted within a world that was basically decentralized and consisted of small local groups, which allows a high degree of freedom to chose from multiple ways of life. The spiritual foundation also was built upon radical non-violence, in contrast to Marxism. When most of the medieval world was embracing trade and free markets and started to become more and more hedonistic, the heretic groups realized that they need to protect the spiritual knowledge they inherited against the rising power of institutionalized religion.

When Marx wrote out his insanity, the industrial revolution had enslaved many worker people, but he simply asserted that the entire history of humankind was like the industrial revolution. In reality people lived in abundance during the middle ages, and happily shared their surplus with other people, simply because it is human nature to share when you have more then you need.

Marx said capitalism always leads to communism. So if Marx was honest with his ideas, he would have supported pure capitalism. According to his logic, this movement would have made communism appear faster. Instead, he did the opposite, born out of his sick and fractured mind.

With ignoring the pathological aspects of nation states, central banks and central leadership, Marxism destroys everything that is human.

 

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Somewhere, I have a reference to Marx having been an SIS/MI6 asset who was inserted into the plot with a specific agenda. I'm afraid I can't find it at the moment though, but maybe other members will know more than me.
 

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Thanks for that. Hope you publish it when you run across it. To be clear: I don't want to derail the thread. My point is pretty simple: there was a Nationalist Revolution in 1848 and in the 1930s in Germany. Nationalism is the feared enemy of those pwers that destroyed Germany and basically turned it into a slave state. The U.S. is in the midst of a nationalist uprising. I believe its enemies are the same, too. Much to learn from this series. I pray history doesn't repeat.
 

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Nationalism is the feared enemy of those pwers that destroyed Germany and basically turned it into a slave state.
Personally I think it's the other way around. Nationalism was used as a weapon by TPTB in order to destroy not, just Germany, but many other places too.
 

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Somewhere, I have a reference to Marx having been an SIS/MI6 asset who was inserted into the plot with a specific agenda. I'm afraid I can't find it at the moment though, but maybe other members will know more than me.
As I understand it Marx died before MI6 was founded, but I may have a couple files of what you are referring to.

2020-06-01 Historians confirm karl marx was related to and employed as an agent by the Rothsch...png rothschilds, jews, karl marx, das kapital, communism summary.jpg
 

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As I understand it Marx died before MI6 was founded, but I may have a couple files of what you are referring to.
That's why I said "SIS/MI6." That wasn't exactly the information I had in mind, but it's interesting nevertheless, thank you for taking the time to find it. I'll see if I can dig out what I was referring to...
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Not exactly what I was looking for, but close enough:

"It was and is no secret to those skilled in the study of political agents: even without the Prussian Minister of the Interior as his brother, Marx’s curriculum vitae would lead to this conclusion at first glance. For a private citizen, Marx had a remarkable number of contacts with important contemporary political figures... From the ruling circles, Marx was praised for his deeply thought-out critique of capitalism. Starting out his spying career as the closest friend of theologian Bruno Bauer, Marx suddenly became the editorial director of the Rheinische Zeitung in Cologne, funded by the prime minister Ludolf Camphausen, who later promoted him to work in his ministry. Marx’s theories were directed against well-known targets among the early socialists. Marx and his cronies began by infiltrating Weitling’s Confederation of Craftsmen, and later undermined the First International. Spokesmen of the labor movement found his theories useless, and only Bismarck’s adoption of the Socialist Law allowed Marx to win influence over the social democracy. Upon his arrival in England, Karl Marx joined a partnership with David Urquhart, an agent of the British crown, and they became involved in agitation against Russia, which was threatening the global interests of the British.

"British agents in the Caucasus organized the resistance of the Circassians and other peoples of the Caucasus against their subjugation by the Russians, and it was these British agents who brought “Marxism” to the area. Eventually, Stalin rose to power in Tbilisi and Baku by working with the network of British agents and fellow travelers originally constructed by David Urquhart and his successors, who were provided with the works of Marx and Engels, and appeared as Communists."
Source
 
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Excellent post, thank you. Someone posted the Atlantiss Edda and Bible in one of the installments, have you read that? What do you think of the theory that Atlantis was in the Atlantic ocean? I think it's plausable for a few reasons. One is the underwater ruins off Florida and Cuba. See Bimini road and the Cuban pyramid. Another is the concentration of star fortresses along the east coast of the US, from NY to Florida. The last is the area of strange incidents known as the Bermuda triangle. I suspect the pyramids and similar structures are ether-harvesting technology and the Atlanteans have been credited as pyramid builders. If Atlantis had pyramids and sunk underwater, perhaps those buildings are still interacting with the surrounding ether which causes plane instruments to malfunction. Although tiny Heligoland being bombed in 1950 is also extremely suspicious.
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German history has been falsified beyond recognition.
What subjects/books (aside from those listed in these threads) do you recommend in researching and rediscovering the truth of the real german history? This is of particular interest to me and a primary reason why I am here.
Not OP but this is also of interest to me. Someone linked the Atlantis Edda and Bible by Hermann Wieland in one of the earlier thread's comments and I'm halfway through it. It refers to other researchers that you could look into. There was a mention of the legend and prophecy of the battle of the birkenbaum/birch tree. Unfortunately I am having difficulty finding much online.
 
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Not OP but this is also of interest to me. Someone linked the Atlantis Edda and Bible by Hermann Wieland in one of the earlier thread's comments and I'm halfway through it. It refers to other researchers that you could look into. There was a mention of the legend and prophecy of the battle of the birkenbaum/birch tree. Unfortunately I am having difficulty finding much online.
This is what I was about to suggest as well for further research, as I can't add more than I already mentioned in my articles. But I first need to read it, as I have only recently discovered it.
 

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If you go to the East, you can still find German manors and castles in supposedly Slavic Estonia, and many Estonians still speak German.
Actually, Estonia was very homogenous before WWII, about 90% of population being estonians - finnic people not slavs, during soviet times it dropped to 60%. Before WWII Hitler called out every Baltic German to emigrate to Germany, which fully happened. As for Hanseatic league, both Tallinn and Narva was bombed during WWII by Soviets assisted by Brits, Narva was completely destroyed. Both were Hanseatic towns.

There's a tendency to discard the existance of finnic people who at one time may have consisted the majority of people in eastern parts of Russia.
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eastern parts of Russia
Sorry, i meant western parts of Russia - Ingeria, Karelia, Votes etc. Sorry for this bit of OT.
 
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