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Old 01-30-2017, 10:46 PM
 
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Russia Siberia is having a monopoly on these. Only occurrence for all of mainland Europe. Proving the fact Russia was supposed to be another Belarus geopolitically. All of Western China is having this autonomous separation status. Are these areas of mainland China not entirely revolving around the ethnic Han demographics. A more diverse picture than what people originally remember of China.

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Old 01-31-2017, 12:47 PM
 
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Russia Siberia is having a monopoly on these. Only occurrence for all of mainland Europe. Proving the fact Russia was supposed to be another Belarus geopolitically. All of Western China is having this autonomous separation status. Are these areas of mainland China not entirely revolving around the ethnic Han demographics. A more diverse picture than what people originally remember of China.
Could you elaborate on Russia should've of been just another Belarus? Even without Siberia Russia would be the largest country in Europe, both in size and population. Also as far as those autonomous regions in Siberia they are not much different than New Mexico, or Hawaii in the US. They are fully integrated into Russia and most of them have large Russian populations and most of the natives can speak Russian and many of them have completely adopted the Russian culture and way of life. The place in Russia that has a hard time integrating is the Caucuses such as Chechnya and Dagestan.
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Old 02-03-2017, 06:33 PM
 
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Could you elaborate on Russia should've of been just another Belarus? Even without Siberia Russia would be the largest country in Europe, both in size and population. Also as far as those autonomous regions in Siberia they are not much different than New Mexico, or Hawaii in the US. They are fully integrated into Russia and most of them have large Russian populations and most of the natives can speak Russian and many of them have completely adopted the Russian culture and way of life. The place in Russia that has a hard time integrating is the Caucuses such as Chechnya and Dagestan.
There are already ethnic cleansing problems to the ethnic Russian identity not far to the south and east of Moscow. Essential dividing line is beginning right around Volgograd-Saratov-Samara-Nizhny Novgorod-Murmansk-then to Saint Petersburg.

Krasnodar Krai around Sochi used to belong with Georgia. Muslim Dagestan near Makhachkala is having past alliance to Azerbaijan, Buddhist Kalmykia near Elista connections to Mongolia not Kazakhstan, then northeast of Astrakhan to Siberian ethnic tribes or to Kazakhstan. Finally, even Karelia to Finland. That is exactly why Russia is comprising these endless autonomy zones. Entire vast land territory, and extreme isolation to the far east is causing those barriers to the connections around the capital.

Original patterns of ethnic Russian distribution is always following patterns of mixing outside of the earlier referencing of the real Russia.
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Old 02-03-2017, 07:03 PM
 
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I don't consider anything East of the Urals to be part of Russia.
Siberia should be 3 independent countries.
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Old 02-05-2017, 01:02 PM
 
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There are already ethnic cleansing problems to the ethnic Russian identity not far to the south and east of Moscow. Essential dividing line is beginning right around Volgograd-Saratov-Samara-Nizhny Novgorod-Murmansk-then to Saint Petersburg.

Krasnodar Krai around Sochi used to belong with Georgia. Muslim Dagestan near Makhachkala is having past alliance to Azerbaijan, Buddhist Kalmykia near Elista connections to Mongolia not Kazakhstan, then northeast of Astrakhan to Siberian ethnic tribes or to Kazakhstan. Finally, even Karelia to Finland. That is exactly why Russia is comprising these endless autonomy zones. Entire vast land territory, and extreme isolation to the far east is causing those barriers to the connections around the capital.

Original patterns of ethnic Russian distribution is always following patterns of mixing outside of the earlier referencing of the real Russia.
Russia isn't the only country to have done this, Britain, the US, China, Spain, Japan and many others have done the exact same thing if not worse. Also if you go far enough Russia, Belarus and Ukraine were all one nation and would've remained as such if Poland, Lithuania and mongols/tatars hadn't split up the Kieven Rus. Also after the split there was a fourth nation, Novgorod around St. Petersburg that had its own unique dialect that would've became its own language over time, but Moscow took over it preventing the split. Even to this day there is a northern and southern dialect in Russia.

This was the original East Slavic lands (Kieven Rus)

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Old 02-05-2017, 09:25 PM
 
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Sichuan Province of China is a very special case. 90% of the population (almost all Han Chinese) live in Sichuan Basin, which is only about 30% area of Sichuan. The rest 70% is a part of the Tibet Plateau, where different ethnic groups dominate.
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Old 02-17-2017, 08:46 PM
 
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Russia isn't the only country to have done this, Britain, the US, China, Spain, Japan and many others have done the exact same thing if not worse. Also if you go far enough Russia, Belarus and Ukraine were all one nation and would've remained as such if Poland, Lithuania and mongols/tatars hadn't split up the Kieven Rus. Also after the split there was a fourth nation, Novgorod around St. Petersburg that had its own unique dialect that would've became its own language over time, but Moscow took over it preventing the split. Even to this day there is a northern and southern dialect in Russia.

This was the original East Slavic lands (Kieven Rus)

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...th_Century.png
Woah, revolutionary information to finally understand the real Russian ethnicity (East Slavic lands (Kieven Rus) really starts close to around all of Belarus! And then less than 10% of actual Russian territory geographic coverage technically is truly encompassing these barriers. Only Belarus is entirely pure refined whole Russian in past classical origins. Microcosm to Macro, Russia is much more mixed with all of the people. Why is there a separation of Belarus from these lands? Maybe Belarus is the only exception having justifiable claims of belonging back to the next door neighbor. Nowhere else to qualify.

Various dialects are sometimes another language within the same exact classification system group. I wonder what a deep analysis background is expressing for a final summary to all of the mainland European countries. Are these dialects experiencing too much division according to some entire countries?

Kieven Rus individuals are not the generalization of all Slavs. They have completely separate identities, and not belonging together. Especially outside of Belarus, or some of Ukraine.

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Old 02-18-2017, 12:40 AM
 
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Woah, revolutionary information to finally understand the real Russian ethnicity (East Slavic lands (Kieven Rus) really starts close to around all of Belarus! And then less than 10% of actual Russian territory geographic coverage technically is truly encompassing these barriers. Only Belarus is entirely pure refined whole Russian in past classical origins. Microcosm to Macro, Russia is much more mixed with all of the people. Why is there a separation of Belarus from these lands? Maybe Belarus is the only exception having justifiable claims of belonging back to the next door neighbor. Nowhere else to qualify.

Various dialects are sometimes another language within the same exact classification system group. I wonder what a deep analysis background is expressing for a final summary to all of the mainland European countries. Are these dialects experiencing too much division according to some entire countries?

Kieven Rus individuals are not the generalization of all Slavs. They have completely separate identities, and not belonging together. Especially outside of Belarus, or some of Ukraine.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...avicEurope.png
The reason why there are three different east slavic countries is because Belarus was ruled by Lithuania, Ukraine was ruled by Poland and Russia was independent.

Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth: 1569 - 1795 (map is in 1618)

Source: https://www.stratfor.com/sites/defau...monwealth2.jpg

Tsardom of Russia: 1547–1712

Source: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com...8993a15d3e.jpg

as you can see Belarus, Ukraine and Russia have been separate for a very long time (except for eastern Ukraine which has been with Russia for the past 400 years)
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Old 03-11-2017, 08:12 PM
 
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The reason why there are three different east slavic countries is because Belarus was ruled by Lithuania, Ukraine was ruled by Poland and Russia was independent.

Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth: 1569 - 1795 (map is in 1618)

Source: https://www.stratfor.com/sites/defau...monwealth2.jpg

Tsardom of Russia: 1547–1712

Source: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com...8993a15d3e.jpg

as you can see Belarus, Ukraine and Russia have been separate for a very long time (except for eastern Ukraine which has been with Russia for the past 400 years)
Woah, didn’t realize that much of Ukraine used to belong at Poland’s control! Out of every mainland European cultural classical group union(Iberian, Latin, Benelux, Celtic, Scandinavian, Germanic, Austro-Hungarian, Czechoslovakian Polish, Balkan, Slavic, Baltic, Nordic), the Baltic Lands are reaching the most confusion, and totally unknown to the North American foreigners usually. Ever an occurrence where Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania was the same country together? Ironic Belarus is the real Russia technically for the origins of the country next door. Although, I didn’t ever know Lithuania was at the top authority towards Belarus. And from Lithuania to Russia rather than the other way around. What is up with that enclave of Kaliningrad? Surroundings of Lithuania, Poland nearby. Anyone knowing the background history of that geographic anomaly?

They are their own lands at this point. Only Belarus might have enough reasons to swirl back into the arms of Russia. Not even the Crimean Peninsula Of Ukraine, or anywhere else for that matter.
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Old 03-12-2017, 01:32 PM
 
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Woah, didn’t realize that much of Ukraine used to belong at Poland’s control! Out of every mainland European cultural classical group union(Iberian, Latin, Benelux, Celtic, Scandinavian, Germanic, Austro-Hungarian, Czechoslovakian Polish, Balkan, Slavic, Baltic, Nordic), the Baltic Lands are reaching the most confusion, and totally unknown to the North American foreigners usually. Ever an occurrence where Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania was the same country together? Ironic Belarus is the real Russia technically for the origins of the country next door. Although, I didn’t ever know Lithuania was at the top authority towards Belarus. And from Lithuania to Russia rather than the other way around. What is up with that enclave of Kaliningrad? Surroundings of Lithuania, Poland nearby. Anyone knowing the background history of that geographic anomaly?

They are their own lands at this point. Only Belarus might have enough reasons to swirl back into the arms of Russia. Not even the Crimean Peninsula Of Ukraine, or anywhere else for that matter.
Kaliningrad used to be called Königsberg, and was a WWII prize.
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