Unusual Cossack Camp

Unusual Cossack Camp

In the Eski-Kermen reserve, right under the Tatar sacred place, Russian Cossacks from Taganrog and Ukrainian Zaporozhye Cossacks set up a camp for preparation of  repelling an attack of Islamites.

To mark this occasion they placed a huge oak cross on the mountain. When Tatars saw it they sent inquiries to the police and the Security Service of Ukraine, expressed their indignation, demanded to remove the cross. The Security Service replied that sacred mark was technically impossible to remove. So it remained on its place – the cross of caliphate ideology. Seen at the entry to the Cossack camp – the warning sign: orthodox private household. Here the houses with straw roofs, pigs pasturing about, however not traditional Ukrainian ones but small Vietnamese – they are tastier and need less care.

A Cossack Sergey Yurchenko lives in Zaporozhye and occupies himself with orthodox defence from Mussulmans. Wearing an amphibious camouflage he has been teaching Cossacks since the Soviet time. Each two-weeks’ shift – 90 people are trained to fight against Islamites.

The main commander’s camp – young Cossacks, the Cossack direct-action detachment, airborne troops. If there’s a Wahhabite lair nearby, there must be an opposition too.

Special services don’t help them, sometimes even interrupt.

They have already defended many objects, such as a monument and a cathedral. They live in the Crimea like in the military smoke.

Unusual Cossack Camp

Unusual Cossack Camp

Unusual Cossack Camp

Unusual Cossack Camp

Unusual Cossack Camp

Unusual Cossack Camp

Unusual Cossack Camp

Unusual Cossack Camp

Unusual Cossack Camp

Unusual Cossack Camp

Unusual Cossack Camp

Unusual Cossack Camp

Unusual Cossack Camp

Unusual Cossack Camp

Unusual Cossack Camp

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40 thoughts on “Unusual Cossack Camp”

  1. The songs of the wars are as old as the hills,
    They cling like the rust to the cold steel that kills,
    Let’s drink to the boys who got caught in the chill,
    of the Patriotic fever and the cold steel that kills.

    Gordon Lightfoot

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  2. Thank God there are still people who believe in defending their heritage and values. Europe will need people like this in the future.
    Brgds, A

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  3. Well, they are young, but given the fact that they are learning training that might very well save the life of an innocent its acceptable to some standards.

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    • Look at what’s happening in France…

      http://www.cbn.com/cbnnews/world/2010/August/Islamization-of-Paris-a-Warning-to-the-West/

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  4. #7 – You are wrong about the Crimean Tatars fighting with the Germans. There is no proof and Stalin only stated that so that he could deport them. I will give you some facts though. Did you know that Ukrainians and Russians fought for Nazi Germany? In fact, there was a Cossack SS Division.

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  5. Russia isn’t at war. Who do these lifeless drones think they are fighting? Just praying for a change to slaughter their Muslim countrymen?

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    • Muslims are literally flooding Europe with their backward religion and their backward lifestyle.

      Do you actually want to see a repeat of the ugliness of Ottoman Turkey invading and destroying the beauty of Europe?

      These kids are doing the right thing. They are learning to defend their country from future attacks like Beslan (2004) and the several hostage crises which the Muslim cavemen carried out over the last several years in Russia.

      Imagine Russia or Europe with daily prayer calls, smelly asses in the air five times a day bowing down to Allah, and the IQ drop by fifty points — you won’t be calling them lifeless drones then.

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  6. The kid in the second last pic has his finger on the trigger and is pointing the rifle at the kid in front of him. An he’s not the only one.

    Fail.

    They are gonna shoot each other before they get to any ‘enemies’.

    Lol

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  7. I would like to see those kids as the next generation that seeking the truth (& of course could breakthrought the information manipulation)

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  8. “Russia is not at war”

    So? They seem to be protecting themselves, not Russia. There is no need to be anti-islamic to protect yourself from them. Islam isn’t the problem, people invading are.

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  9. Ortodox religious extremism and child abuse. They are possibly also molesting them.

    Russians were particularly “successful” when their divisions entered Srebrenica where they committed a genocide together with the Serbs.

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  10. Muslims killing non-muslims without a reason??? that is strange and false…
    muslims are themselves a victim of non-muslim terrorism why would they start killing these russians??

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  11. Its fun to see all the anti-muslim comments spruce with an article like this.

    It seperates the dumb-narrow minded commenters from the broad minded.

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