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Rebirth of Pan-Slavism


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The decline of the Slavic culture in Europe and the retreat of Slavic people from their homelands, has sparked a rebirth of the Pan-Slavic movement in Slavorussia. United Slavs, a prominent political party in Slavorussia since the Early 1930’s, is organizing efforts to return to a more Slavic national identity. Party leader Andre Tymoshenko says his party has been working effortlessly with other pan-Slavic political groups to present their case to the Slavorussian Empire’s government.

The government has been warm to the idea, but still has its reservations about pan-slavism. Although Slavorussia’s name implies a dominant Slavic culture, government officials say, “Slavorussia is a country of many cultures and ethnicities mixed together to form a very unique and distinct national identity. Slavorussia is home to African, Arab, Asian, Germanic, West European and Siberian indigenous people. To put any one group over all others would jeopardize the relatively calm ethnic relations in the nation.”

Tymoshenko and his associates say they simply want the government to strive to preserve the Slavic culture from being washed away entirely from Slavorussia and Eastern Europe, and work with pan-Slavic organizations to fix the damage that has already been done. He stressed Slavic people should be proud of their ancestry and embrace it. “There is nothing wrong with people having a strong Slavic identity. The Slavic people should be proud to call themselves Slavic descendants. We’ve contributed a lot to the world from our unique architecture and cuisine to our films and music.” Tymoshenko and pan-Slavic supporters everywhere remain hopeful that their movement will help unify Slavorussia , and build relationships with other countries with large Slavic populations.

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I guess you do not support it. Molakia is mostly Russian, which if you know is considered slavic. Molakia is proud of their heritage, and will assist Slavorussia in this endeavour. However, we are also a people of acceptance and students of the cultures (However non so our king may be) and will not tolerate any violent actions.

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no more wars in europe they suffered eniugh with WW1,WW2,and the Cold War and some others,

ooc edit: I was led to understand none of those wars happened, especially the Cold War since Slavorussia's existance pretty much wipes the Soviet Union from existance. Slavorussia's version of the USSR only lasted during Stalin's time in office, and ends with his death.

ic edit: Representatives for United Slavs are unsure when anyone anywhere say anything about war? The Pan-Slavic movement has nothing to do with with international disputes in Europe or the rest of the world.

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I was lead to understand none of those wars happened, especially the Cold War since Slavorussia's existance pretty much wipes the Soviet Union from existance. Slavorussia's version of the USSR only lasted during Stalin's time in office, and ends with his death. But more to the point, where did anyone anywhere say anything about war?

OOC: Sky dragon is apparently a very new RPer and hasn't claimed land on the map yet.

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The CSSR does not see a need for Pan-Slavism. It is our view that race or ethnicity is an artificial construct, created by the bourgeois and feudalists to mask the true agent of history, class. We urge those advocating pan slavism to instead turn to advocating pan-proletarianism and rise up against the oppressive overlord classes!

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It is my hope that this Pan-Slavism will not come at the expense of the Uralic peoples who are native to the northeast of Slavorussia. Being proud of one's heritage is a good thing in moderation, so I am viewing this with cautious optimism. My Tribal Council is quite diverse in its opinions about this movement, considering that we border on Slavorussia to the west. Some are all for it, saying that it is akin to the Uralicist movement that spawned our nation in the first place. Some are against it, saying that it may inspire ethnic tension between Slavs and non-Slavs, both in Slavorussia and Uralic Bashkortostan, which still claims a sizable population of people who are at least partially Slavic by ancestry. Many Bashkirs are concerned about their Tatar cousins to the immediate west of our country. And some are sitting on the fence at the moment.

Our Bashkir, Uralic, and Russian populations are all proud of their individual identities, however we do not let this get in the way of national cohesion.

If any Uralic people or those of our Bashkir population's Chuvash or Tatar brothers feel unwelcome under Pan-Slavism, we will not turn them away should they wish to move to Uralic Bashkortostan, however many Council members, as well as myself, are holding out hope that our Uralic and Altaic brethren will not feel this way under Slavorussia.

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"While we are actually quite happy to see our Eastern Brothers and the Rodina returning over to our old, traditional ways and rescuing the culture there, we must note that Pan-Ethnic Groups are a means to political destabilization, not of Slavorussia but of Europe altogether, after all, short of Slavorussia, the Nordlandic Nations have the biggest amounts of Slavs. Pan-Ideologies seek to transcend borders, and doing so in one of the most militarized regions in the planet is a concern, and we worry that no Thunder Mark may protect us from such problems."

Svetlana Kishnakova, High Priestess of the Fortress of Perun, Nordheim.

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I guess you do not support it. Molakia is mostly Russian, which if you know is considered slavic. Molakia is proud of their heritage, and will assist Slavorussia in this endeavour. However, we are also a people of acceptance and students of the cultures (However non so our king may be) and will not tolerate any violent actions.

We consider Slavorussia to be all former Russian territory west of the Urals.

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