Ukrainian Govt Statement Hails Their People's Slavic Racial Purity, Says Russians Formed 'Through Mixing'Chris Menahan
Mar. 15, 2022
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The Ukrainian government's Institute of National Remembrance on Monday issued a now-deleted statement hailing their people's Slavic racial purity and contrasting them with mongrel Russian hordes formed "through mixing" of various tribes.
In a thread titled, "9 Arguments Why Ukrainians and Russians Are Not Fraternal Nations," the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance claimed it's a "myth" that Russians and Ukrainians are "one people."
"Ukrainians originate from the Slavic tribes," the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance said. "The Russian nation was formed to a large extent through mixing also the Slavic nations with Ugro-Finnish tribes: Muroma, Mernia, Wes, Meshchera, Moksha, Perm, Narova, and others. What is there to say."
The Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance deleted the last post in the thread on Tuesday (probably in response to an angry call from the US State Department).
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