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history of the Turks V-3

history of the Turks V-3



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The Long history of the Turks; history makers
The Long history of the Turks; history makers

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Adji Murad
The Turki and the World: The Secret Story
Forgotten MotherlandThe Hindustan Peninsula and its InhabitantsPersian Melodies of the Turkic AnthemThe Near East Foothold“Hospitality” in New EuropeLiterature (main sources)
“Barbarians” of Wild RomeRich Harvest of AltaiAbout Catholicism, without Latin“Second-Rate Religion for the Masses”About Catholicism Again, this Time with LatinLiterature (main sources)
Arian EuropeBulgarian SlavdomEast Has its FaceChanging the WestLiterature (main sources)
“The Russian Card”About the Bible and Koran AgainChristianity and Islam in the Russian TsardomHow Rus Became RussiaFrom Russian to SlavicAvid Khan is not Higher than a FarmhandLiterature (main sources)
Part I
Aryana Vajeh – Aryan Vast
Legends reflecting “official” history and not letting the Europeans think of their real past have been prevailing over Europe for centuries.A very questionable idea – “West is West, and East is East” fills consciousness of many generations. It makes us divide the whole planet in twain and consider ancient Greek statutes, Roman Civil Law and Christian commandments as the source of human civilizationrepresenting all the rest as “barbarism”, “ignorance” and “ferocity”.Is that right?For instance, Greek statutes, and the same goes with temples with columns, appearednot all of a sudden, statuary arts and architecture came to Europe from Persia, which is to say,from the East. And it turns out that Roman Civil Law originated far from Rome; it existedtogether with other Christian symbols and ceremonies in the “barbarous” East at least 500 – 700 years before Christ was born. And a simple question arises in this connection: where Eastand its culture ended? Or – where West and its culture began? One might be surprised withthe answers. Because during different historical epochs the concept of “East and West” waschanging, if it ever existed at all.In modern division one can find the traces of colonial epochs when division of theworld was contrived. Someone wanted certain Europeans to forget the truth of themselves,
of their western roots,
and believe in legends. So that they would launch wars in the fullness of time like toy soldiers. So that they would despise and scorn one another speaking about“beneficence”. So that…
Indeed, can't that be the reason of coldness between the Englishmen and the Scots? Or the French and the Spanish? Deadly feud of the Serbians, Albanians and Croats also has asource? Let alone the Germans – dislike towards them is well known, it is even mentioned in proverbs and sayings. What if even centuries-old confrontation of North and South in Italy or France has its explanation?..Historical subjects mentioned in this book were established late in the Middle Ages,during the epoch of great geographical discoveries, when colonialism first appeared. Conquestof countries and nations became widespread and required justification or invention of official“myths”, to put it more preciously, where glorious West had all honors.It was useful to spread ignorance. Ignorance and people's trust helped the rulers carryout political adjustments on the Eurasian continent and in the rest of the world – theydetermined the enemies and launched wars. Because it is known since Rome that if a nation isdeprived of its history, in two generations it is to turn into a crowd and in another twogenerations it can be ruled as a herd. And the main peculiarity of a human herd is that it never threatens its shepherd. Quite the opposite – it admires them…“History is the whole of crimes, madness and disasters”, - said Voltaire, the French philosopher. In the XVIII century Edward Gibbon, the English historian, had a rootedobjection to it: “History is something more than a list of crimes, madness and disasters”. Andhe was absolutely right: it is not the list of events that teaches and enlightens people; it is theknowledge that does it.Knowledge is akin to birth of the spirit…The Europeans started to distort the truth of themselves at least one thousand yearsago when the Church was divided between East and West. The Byzantine Emperor was sittingon the throne but dared not suggest anything – the power of the master of Mediterranean wasslowly disappearing. Those were his final days. Events, moving to an inevitable end point,reached the climax later, in two centuries, when the crusaders captured Constantinople and thePope obtained all the power. History was kind of changing, those days it became noticeablefor new postulates.Having declared the Second Rome, the Pope declared Byzantium a colony, andEastern Europe – the area of his interest. That was the first and a very obvious declaration of intentions to divide the world. Eurasian vastness has changed at that very moment – the ideaof aggression appeared. The idea of world domination!In 1204 Tsargrad became the capital of the Latin Empire, the Second Rome, that was,according to the Pope's plans, extend the boundaries of the Western Church up to Siberia…The word “empire” reappeared in Europe; again Rome performed the part of the leader inworld politics. Everything seemed to be as it was a thousand years ago.But we should mention that Europe was becoming
not Roman.And that was the essence of all changes: not the rebirth of the emperor, butstrengthening of the Pope's power was considered as the most important event by winning politicians. The world should obey to the Church – they desired to perpetuate its domination.That was a brand new stroke of policy; it bore omens of many coming events in the future.

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