Музыкальный ориентализм как орудие колониализма

Музыкальный ориентализм как орудие колониализма

14.01.2021

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Attempts to Restore Faded Glories of an Empire

Attempts to Restore Faded Glories of an Empire

By: Adel Bashqawi

January 1, 2021

Abstract

The passage of time has not changed domineering colonial mindset since the era of adopting the policy of expansion, conquest and despotism of the Russian Empire. The change of successive regimes has proven that their colonial mentality has never changed, while the successive generations who adopted and still embrace ideas, principles and rituals, which are contrary to democratic basics and the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Actually,  they still behave in contradiction with human concepts in their activities, words and deeds. Obviously, it is neither the ruling regimes, nor the Russian Orthodox Church, nor the extremist groups associated with them, believe to this day to stop marginalizing others, as they have not kept pace with the development of technology in line with respect of others irrespective of their origin, culture, or religion, where the progress of science has not changed the superficial view based on expansionist nationalism. In short, it is indispensable to address the traditional exclusionary methods and failure to understand what a respect for human dignity represents. However, the Circassians through their intellectuals, steer the moral compass and present the facts that speak for themselves. The narrow-minded parties can’t adapt to technologies based on global civilization that considers mutual respect that would include all peoples and nations with no exception. Thus, they create crises to break the laws according to different perspectives, mainly, for the sake of intimidating the peoples and nations, who were victims of the colonial policies of barbaric invasion and their consequences.

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FSB Confiscates Printrun of New Book on Stalin’s Deportation of Finns and Norwegians

Friday, December 25, 2020

FSB Confiscates Printrun of New Book on Stalin’s Deportation of Finns and Norwegians

Paul Goble

Staunton, December 23 – One of the most obscure aspects of Stalin’s rule was his deportation of Finns and Norwegians in 1940 away from the Soviet border and the destruction of most of them in the GULAG. Few studies have been prepared on this act of genocide, and Putin’s FSB wants to keep it that way.

Officers of the Russian security service have just confiscated the printrun of a new book by Agnessa Khaykara, the descendant of some of the Finns who suffered this fate, supposedly because she misused a grant given out by the regional authorities in the Russian Federation (novayagazeta.ru/articles/2020/12/23/88496-chekisty-uvleklis-chteniem). Read more

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Defense Witnesses Again Show Falsity of Charges against Circassian Activist, Memorial Says

Monday, December 21, 2020

Defense Witnesses Again Show Falsity of Charges against Circassian Activist, Memorial Says

Paul Goble

            Staunton, December 19 — At the latest session of the trial of Circassian activist Martin Kochesokov on drug charges two days ago, the Memorial Human Rights Organization says, five defense witnesses said officials in the North Caucasus had put pressure on him for political reasons and thus supported his insistence the authorities planted the drugs and he is innocent.

            The Memorial declaration is available at https://memohrc.org/ru/news_old/sud-v-kbr-doprosil-svideteley-zashchity-po-delu-martina-kochesokova and has been reposted by a KBR human rights portal (zapravakbr.ru/index.php/30-uncategorised/1613-sud-v-kbr-doprosil-svidetelej-zashchity-po-delu-martina-kochesokova). Read more

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Суд в КБР допросил свидетелей защиты по делу Мартина Кочесокова

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Суд в КБР допросил свидетелей защиты по делу Мартина Кочесокова

12/18/2020

They are sure that the case against the activist is revenge for his social activities

В Урванском районном суде Кабардино-Балкарской Республики продолжилось рассмотрение уголовного дела 31-летнего главы черкесской общественной организации «Хабзэ» Мартина Кочесокова, которого обвиняют в приобретении и хранении 263 граммов марихуаны (ч. 2 ст. 228 УК). Кочесоков утверждает, что невиновен и подписал признательные показания, потому что ему угрожали пытками. На заседании 17 декабря допросили пятерых свидетелей защиты. Они рассказали, что накануне задержания Кочесокова, представители власти оказывали на него давление из-за его активной гражданской позиции. Read more

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Moscow’s Organizations for Ties with Russian Speakers Abroad Part of FSB ‘Under Cover,’ Polyak Says

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Moscow’s Organizations for Ties with Russian Speakers Abroad Part of FSB ‘Under Cover,’ Polyak Says

Paul Goble

Staunton, December 14 – From the very beginning of his time in power, Vladimir Putin has viewed the 30 million Russian speakers living abroad as key promoters of Moscow’s interests abroad. In that, Rimma Polyak says, he has followed the Soviet tradition of putting his intelligence agency, the FSB, in charge of dealing with them.

In a detailed article for Vestnik Civitas, an online project she heads, Polyak points out that in the ramified system of government and nominally private organizations, Rossotrudnichestvo, the Federal Agency for CIS and Compatriot Affairs and International Humanitarian Cooperation, is the most important (vestnikcivitas.ru/pbls/4248). Read more

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Moscow’s Misrepresentations about Colonial War in Caucasus Set the Stage for New Violence, Khakuasheva Says

Sunday, December 13, 2020

Moscow’s Misrepresentations about Colonial War in Caucasus Set the Stage for New Violence, Khakuasheva Says

Paul Goble

Staunton, December 11 – George Santayana’s observation that those who forget the past are condemned to relive it is taking on new urgency in the Russian Federation where the lies some Russian leaders and media figures are telling about the tsarist colonial wars in the Caucasus are setting the stage for new violence, Madina Khakuasheva says.

The senior scholar at the Kabardino-Balkar Institute for Research on the Humanities argues that the increasing insistence by such Russians that the Circassians and other peoples of the region were exclusively to blame for Russian losses during the tsarist colonial advance rather than the regime that dispatched troops is backfiring (natpressru.info/index.php?newsid=12233). Read more

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