Friday, February 7, 2014 Read more
Circassians Worldwide are Outraged for Holding the Olympiad in Sochi
Friday, the 7th of February, 2014
Today, Friday, the 7th of February, 2014, marks the start of the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi which will include sports and other activities that will last for 14 days; but Circassians stand to mourn and condemn the sad event which is adopted and supported by the Russian state, regardless of all ethical, historical and environmental worries and concerns.
Sochi was the last capital city of Circassia, being the last Circassian stronghold during a 101-year long defensive war against the Tsarist Russian invasion, witnessed the end of the Russian-Circassian War, 150 years ago in 21, May, 1864, and the victory parade conducted by the victorious military forces, that reminds of the consequences of genocide, destruction and forced deportation from the Port of Sochi to the Ottoman Empire, which the entire Circassian nation was subjected to.
The Circassians in Jordan, being part of the worldwide Circassians are planning for a peaceful and nonviolent demonstration to stand in a moment of mourning in front of the Russian Embassy in Amman, Jordan from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM, in a protest for the unacceptable non-observance of human feelings, in participation of other Circassians at homeland in the North Caucasus, and in Diaspora to observe this evil event, in condemnation for the improperly uncalculated step which is not taken purely for sports and athletics reasons, but to celebrate improper results that included and was not limited to total occupation of Circassia.
Circassians and their friends in the world are intending to show their outrage and rejection to hold the Olympiad on a genocide soil that includes mass cemeteries and graves of Circassians and aim to ascertain that this action doesn’t reflect the Olympic spirit as such.
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Friday, January 24, 2014 Read more
119 Days to the Circassian Genocide 150th year Commemoration
Document # 79
423. from Major General Raevsky to Vorontsov
From May 25, 1840 No. 69 – page 489.
“… I am the opposite of what is prevalent, I ventured and asked a question in St.Pittsburg which concludes that preventing salt trading with the mountaineers will hamper their suppression, and will encourage smuggling and strengthens the impact of Turkey, and other than that, it compels mountaineers to search for ways to survive independently from Russia .. . When there where salt trade-offs with the mountaineers previously, they did not make any hostile attempts. Novo – Troyitske is living proofs of how far can those peaceful relations go through trade with the mountaineers and how much we can improve the situation of the garrisons along the entire east coast.
I found approximately 20 cows in Novo – Troyitske, enough to feed garrison fresh meat for more than six months… The mountaineers purchase used shirts from our soldiers at high prices. And our enemies the Ubykh, who do not deal with us in trade, are infiltrating our forts risking their lives taking out the bodies of our soldiers just to take their shirts and shrouds….”
Monday, January 20, 2014 Read more
120 Days to the Circassian Genocide 150th year Commemoration
Document # 66
From Chirinechev to General Golovin, from 24-02-1840 No. 117 pages 242.
“… The main objective of this action which was represented in putting an end to the foreign relations of the mountaineers, has been almost achieved and there’s no doubt that it would be fully achieved with the proposed solution of increasing the number of boats in the Azov Sea and the use of steamboats to float alongside coasts, then we would have to seize two or three coastal centers so that we can fully accomplish the first part of the overall system for the suppression of the mountaineers. Then, when the right time comes we will use of arms against the mountaineers in any place we don’t find full and unconditional obedience and those acts must be carried out just like Major General Grabbi’s vision, with strong forces, and not small sections of the army…
And with the seizure of the territory and forts, either the forces of the Black Sea or the Malarosque Cossacks – who where resettled there – should seize whatever is left behind, according to E.V.‘s study on the means and systems for a firm suppression upon the Caucasus. ”