70 Pushkin Descendants March

Pushkin Descendants March

Posted on September 13, 2007 by


the march of Pushkin descendants in St. Petersburg 1

Aleksandr Pushkin is the best Russian writer and poet ever. The point is that he had some African roots in his origin and looks like it is sufficient reason for some black skinned people to regard themselves as Pushkin descendants. The aims of such position are mostly unknown, but just imagine how inhabitants and guests of St. Petersburg were surprised seeing the march of Pushkin descendants.

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70 Responses to “Pushkin Descendants March”

  1. zafarad says:

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  2. Pete says:

    BROTHAS STEPPIN OUT!

    • John from Kansas says:

      No one is going to hang in Detroit. You may think its a funny term, but it is definitely derisive.

      • orknexus says:

        “The beauty is in the eye of the beholder”.
        If the term is not regarded as offensive at the receiving and, then it is actually very questionable if it is “definitely derisive”.
        For example, I could call a person “Communist”, but if he happens to actually be one, or feels sympathy towards leftist ideology, than he will not be insulted at all.

        • Lev Aranovich says:

          I think it would be considered a complement for most of the people on this site.

          PS – I’ve read your comments and I really think you should reconsider your anti-Semitic position. Russia is your enemy, not the Jews!

          • orknexus says:

            I think it would be considered a complement for most of the people on this site – Unfortunately you might be right. For many of the most active, I would say.
             

             
            Regarding “your anti-Semitic position” I would say that I am sorry that it might have seemed to you some time somewhere that my position is anti-Semitic. It is not. I have made it very clear for myself and I would like others also to have perfectly clear understanding of that.

            If you meant my comment regarding certain leftist Russian chauvinist of Jewish origin Mr. Gilman, who had declared that Latvia shall be destroyed, then I must say that there are other very much different Jewish people, for example like very well respected Mr. Frank Gordon, who lives in Israel, and sometimes writes on issues related to Latvia.

            By the way, it was exactly him, who few days ago published an article about so called “World Congress of Russian Jewry” which seems be pro-Russia organization with the center in Moscow and close ties to the Russian administration and might be actively used to promote the Moscow’s cause in many countries, including the Baltic countries and the Israel itself. It is very convenient smoke screen. As soon as you disagree with an organization of that kind, which is actively pushing Russia’s interests, you get accused of “anti-semitism” and can spend the rest of your life washing off the dirt. Perfect!

            I agree that the root of the problem is Putin’s Russia, which is returning into the old USSR track which implies using dirty tricks, and it can be problem in many various ways.

            Russia is very skillfully “playing out the national card” using puppet national-political organizations. Remember, that Stalin originally was the Commissar for National Minorities. So there is a legacy of well established procedures for that. That is also integral part of the now already long-lasting hatred and disinformation campaign of Russia against Baltic states, accusing them of fictional Nazism, racism, anti-semitism etc.

          • Boris Abramov says:

            Mr. Aranoich, I really cannot believe that you are engaging in conversion with this disgusting racist. Haven’t you seen his previous comments? Just a reminder: Quote from orknexus – “2007-09-12 15:46:44
            ESTONIA ! RUSSIANS AND JEWS OUT!”

            Need I say more about this racist?

            This sick person’s only real objective is to degrade russian people and their heritage, and of cource meke Estonia “4 ESTONIANS”.

            I have already mentioned the racist issue and the revival of fascism in Estonia (wich is a FACT) – if you are interested, see my previous comments. However, the most worrying aspect in Estonia’s modern society, is the outrages discrimination, oppression and general treatment of minorities(including Jews).

            Here is a good source from the UN. Or this not objective enough because the UN is also the Russian puppet organisation?

            http://www.developmentandtransition.net/index.cfm?module=ActiveWeb&page=WebPage&DocumentID=586

            • Boris Abramov says:

              This is a sock puppet of Boris Abramov.
              Test test test.
              I am Boris Abramov and I am The Red Fascist!
              He He He…
              ;)
              Just kidding

            • Boris Abramov says:

              OK, OK! I admit! I faked the post of orknexus 2007-09-12 15:46:44.
              And yes of course the “good source from the UN” was not from UN after all. And of course it was “not objective enough”, how could it be!? ;)
              Yes, sure, the UN is not “the Russian puppet organisation”, but the author of the article certainly is. I know him, we use to work together as field agents for Russian propaganda projects.

              • Boris Abramov says:

                What other reply could one expect from you? You only belive what the “objective” estonian press is feeding you.

                Regarding the comment, – you know full well that you made it! You are only denying it because majority of people find it outrageously offensive. But your main purpose was to get your racist message across anyway, therefore you sick mission is achieved.

                Orknexus, is are a pathetic little Fascist who has also denied the Holocaust. Or was it someone else again?

                • Boris Abramov says:

                  What other reply could one expect from you? You only belive what the “objective” russian press is feeding you.

                  Regarding the comment, – you know full well that you made it! You are only denying it because majority of people find it outrageously offensive. But your main purpose was to get your racist message across anyway, therefore you sick mission is achieved.

                  Boris Abramov, is are a pathetic little Fascist who has also denied the Holocaust. Or was it someone else again?

                • orknexus says:

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                • orknexus says:

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                  You know what, Boris?

                  One of the reasons why I rather believe that it was exactly you who faked the disgusting smear post of 2007-09-12 15:46:44 about Estonia in my name is that (1) you unlike anybody else are literally obsessed with that idée fixe about Nazis in Baltics in general and Estonia in particular; (2) you keep addressing me as Estonian [Nazi], regardless of the fact which I have made clear that I have nothing to do with Estonia at all! So, if you would have cared to fake an article it would look exactly like it did.

                  The other reason is your obvious joy, enthusiasm, and readiness to present the “evidence”.

                  This would have to be seen in context with the “Cui bono?” (“To whose benefit?”) principle used in criminal investigation. Namely – who benefited most of the incident? And the answer is – you! Because it “strengthened” your cause! Who lost most? Me, because it smeared by reputation at this forum.

                  Your strange idea about my “sick mission” and “getting racist message across” is rooted completely and entirely in your fantasy. If I would like to “get the message across” in something like this manner, than it would be much more effective if I would just write it on a fence!

                  Thus I have to conclude that with up to some 90% probability this is you, who caused this incident. This is rather regretfully, but not surprisingly. That set of dirty tricks is everyday routine to the circles you represent here. Though I was a little bit amused to discover that you have resorted to fraud, to faking “evidence” when what the real world could provide to you was not enough.

                  Irony is in the fact that now I have to protect myself against attacks of this kind. But that is nothing new. History shows us that leftist fanatics who normally declare that they are here to “protect” people, somehow very soon bring the situation to the point where the same people have to protect themselves against them.

                  Also:

                  1) “You only belive what the “objective” estonian press is feeding you” – As a matter of fact my primary source of information about Russia is Russian media.

                  2) “who has also denied the Holocaust” – That is something new to me. What is this about?

                  P.S.
                  Sincerely, you do not really leave impression of someone with a good mental integrity. Is that sickness or substance abuse? Or life has just been harsh to you?

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              • John from Kansas says:

                Thanks for the confirmation.

            • John from Kansas says:

              orknexus,
              You might want to take another look at “some newsletter”. Development & Transition is published under the auspices of the London School of Economics which I understand is highly regarded in the U.K. You are correct that the newsletter is intended to be “…a forum for policy-oriented discussions and debates…”, and that it may not express the official position of the United Nations. However, it’s editor is none other than James Hughes who also authored the article you find so objectionable. Mr. Hughes saw fit to include the rebuttle you refer to “Rejoinder to James Hughes” by Nils Muiznieks. As you may know Dr.Muiznieks served as Latvia’s first minister for social integration. Your hyperventialting over the “Strong stuff” statement appearsto be based on a mis-quote of Hughes by Dr.Muiznieks, “… Russophones will ‘seek justice through violence…”. What Hughes said was “Comparative experience of deeply divided societies suggests that in conditions where one ethnic group seeks to control another, the oppressed group may seek justice through violence.” The words “will” and “may” are significant modifiers here. What is more inflammatory is Dr.Muiznieks linking of “violence” to Russia with, “This is very strong stuff, similar to what Russian propaganda has been touting in international fora over the last 10 years.” Such a provocative statement not only seems intended to keep the pot boiling, but is inapropriate for someone tasked with social integration.

              • orknexus says:

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                Dear Justin!

                Thank you very much for turning my attention to the fact that it is “published under the auspices of the London School of Economics”! Well, may be it is an institution “highly regarded in the U.K.”, but it is also very well known as a “leftist stronghold”. It had originally been established by the leninist-socialist Fabian society. The School is said to have drifted more to the center over the last decades, but seems that they have not got far enough! Thus it looks to me quite not unlike a political indoctrination body (in a way similar to radical Islamist “schools” in Europe).

                “a forum for policy-oriented discussions and debates” … “may not express the official position of the United Nations” – Yes, indeed! Some REVELATION! Tell this to Boris, he possibly has not got that yet.

                “editor is none other than James Hughes who also authored the article you find so objectionable” – So-o-o-o…???? A-a-a-and…???? (I guess you try to use a demagogy trick called “Appeal to Authority”. Actually the fact that the guy is the editor means only that he knows how to publish the newsletter and nothing more.)

                “Mr. Hughes saw fit to include” – Aha! So now it is Mr. Hughes who “saw fit”! It is not UN anymore! Now it is not even the London School of Economics?

                “the rebuttle you refer to” – actually that is the name of the article, not something I “refer to”.

                “Dr.Muiznieks served as Latvia’s first minister for social integration” – Yes I know that very well thankyou. And this means that at least one of those men actually knows what he is writing about. He also used to be accused by many of being too soft against Russian demands and even of being leftist himself. What an irony! :)

                “hyperventialting .. appearsto be based on a mis-quote” – This appears to you wrongly! This is not about “will” and “may”. Hiding the true holistic picture behind details – that seems to be your spécialité. I am “hyperventilating” because to me, who knows the actual situation here, the article of Mr. Hughes is a horrible piece of astonishing lies written and published not without a practical political reason. Well, we can be Politically Correct and call it “questionable interpretation and speculations”, which have as much in common with reality as do nightmares of a paranoid or schizophreniac.

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                • John from Kansas says:

                  How is it that you know the actual situation here?

                  • orknexus says:

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                    Possibly it will be a surprise to you, but by pure chance I happen to live in Latvia.

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                    • John from Kansas says:

                      No orknexus it does not suprise me. But why do you say pure chance?

                    • orknexus says:

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                      I have noticed that you like asking questions… :)

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        • John from Kansas says:

          The meaning and intention of the word is clearly contemptuous.

  3. Wackyruss says:

    Are these African-Russians?

    I mean is there a sizable African population in Russia?

    Do these folks speak and read Russian that are pictured above? If so, that would be cool.

    I was in Russia in the summer of 2006. Didn’t see hardly any folks of color except for the occassional Uzbek, Azeri, or Kazakh…

    When I went to France in 2000, there were alot of French speaking black folks..

    • John says:

      “Uzbek, Azeri, or Kazakh…”

      Only in Russia are those people considered “not white”. Russians have some weird hang-ups.

      • Wackyruss says:

        True that John…

        What I was meaning to say was there wasn’t a lot of diversity in Russia. It was predominantly Slavic Russians. Only ocassionally did I see someone from another ethnic group such as Kazakh, Azeri, or Uzbek etc…

      • maxD says:

        yup, Russians [the 'slavic' Russians, that is] consider themselves as ‘white’ and the rest as ‘black’. They are overlooking the fact that there is NO such thing as a ‘pure’ Russian. There has never been a Russian tribe. ‘White’ Russians are actually a melting pot of many tribes [mostly from the Siberia region], the same tribes they now consider as ‘black’ and lowlife scumbags.

        Talking about sticking your head in the sand and wasting your time and efforts. The pure Russian blood…. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha [etc]

        • orknexus says:

          Right!
          It is quite widely discussed issue in Russian Internet space – “What a Russian actually is?”.
          When you watch Russian TV, you can notice that faces even of those “real” “white” Russians have Mongolic, Asian traits. Sometimes it is very obvious, while some other times it is rather hard to see, but suddenly you realize that the eyes or the cheeks look somewhat non-European.
          That gives that special, “Russian” look to human faces. Which in women often adds to the charm and looks quite attractive.
          It is easy to understand if you keep in mind that, yes, there are no “pure” Russians – (1) it is amalgamation of many tribes with considerable part being Middle-Asians and then also Siberian people, (2) Russia once was under so called “Mongol Yoke”, which actually gave rise to Russia as we know it (then called Muscovy) and that way you can not avoid your females coming in close contact with the members of the winning side (the Mongols).

  4. Shizo says:

    Haha cool! That guy on the right (in last pic) really looks kinda like Pushkin. I think they are students from Africa, i’m sure they can speak Russian well.

    It’s strange to see them behind the same message as the Soviet Nazis though.. (whatever that message means).

  5. kalamanšaro says:

    Well, knowing that Russia is packed with neo-nazis, racists, murderers and neonazi racist murderers I`m sure someone got their head cut off later that day.

    What a ridiculous place.

  6. glvoid says:

    cause zafarad tried and got bad taste in his mouth;

  7. myself says:

    obvious photoshop

  8. orknexus says:

    Yes. That is true. Pushkin was partially African.
    Nowdays in a streets of Moscow he could be attacked, beaten and possibly even killed by some “national-patriotic” skinhead gang.
    And he actually wrote much of his poetry in French.
    In a personal letter to his friend he once complained that Russian language is crude and primitive.
    Which does not prevent Russians constantly boasting of their “velikiy, moguchiy russkiy jazyk” (great and powerful Russian language).
    P.S. Someone probably again will say that I am trying to humiliate Russians, but in fact I am just returning to them their own medicine. ;)

  9. Teddy says:

    Pushkin has ETHIOPIAN blood. There is a cultural museum in his name in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.

  10. glvoid says:

    ok : we are all racist here, so lets cut to the chase and start hunting each other on the streets; will see if we like it & if we don’t we will stop; simple as that;

  11. zafarad says:

    Are you insured?

  12. anybody says:

    I would suggest to the administrator or Webmaster of this site to introduce a registration for posters as soon as possible. Otherwise this place is going to go to pieces anytime soon.

    • anybody says:

      I do not think the comments should be “policed” in any way. I disagree that it would increase the number of the visits. I would even assume that the opposite would happen. People will loose the interest in visiting the site where they can not freely comment and where they see that the comments are deleted in compliance to some hidden agenda.

      What I meant was to introduce the login for those who want to post under certain nicknames in order to ensure that the post really belongs to the poster it claims to be. In addition to that there would have to be the “Anonymous” poster category without any login. Meaning that anyone can post, but the authenticity of the origin is not guaranteed. This will help to keep the posters/readers attracted to the site, because any login procedure turns away many of the potential posters, mostly because they do not want to waste their time registering.

      The example of how it works can be seen at the http://www.grani.ru site.

    • Pros says:

      I am already being banned. However I’m not the one who should be.

  13. Aleksander Sergiev says:

    That is odd, I have lived in Russia all my life and never seen a African person. I know what you guys are saying about the Mongol traits, I have Asian slant like eyes and I am white.

    • maxD says:

      African people are almost exclusively found in St. Petersburg and Moscow, due to i.e. student exchange programs. I heard of some black people who were born in Russia and had Russian names even. Imagine: a very black, very tall African approaches you in one of the ancient villages around Moscow and introduces himself as Vanya. In native-speakers Russian. Happened to a friend of mine.

      A rare sight.

  14. Nither Odinsson says:

    Russia is a Viking Christian Nation. Regards, NO

  15. M.M says:

    Or rape and kill anyone.

  16. Ken says:

    Why are white people so close-minded ?!

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