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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    Quote Originally Posted by TomFitz View Post
    Uh...I think you need to reread the article you linked. He has no intention of leaving in 2024.
    for him as the for "president" (czar) this is his last term

    " Putin suggests altering constitution to limit presidential term" Putin says rule limiting him to two consecutive terms as president ‘can be abolished’ | The Independent

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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    Quote Originally Posted by Litwin View Post
    Muscovite ulus can not be ruled by 2 or more czars, do you understand it commie - stalinist ? this is the end end of your juchi project, FINITO
    Still haven't learned history I see.
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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    Quote Originally Posted by Litwin View Post
    New its clear medvedev ll the next and the last czar of Muscovite empire , Great news my brothers!

    Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to President Vladimir Putin
    There were no Czars in Muscovy. There was no Muscovite Empire.
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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    Quote Originally Posted by Fledermaus View Post
    There were no Czars in Muscovy. There was no Muscovite Empire.

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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    Quote Originally Posted by Litwin View Post
    [snipped irrelevant photos]
    Try history for once.

    Ivan III of Muscovy freed the Russians from the Horde... Over 30 years later Ivan IV (Иван Васильевич) took the title of Tsar. The last real Tsar was Nicholas II.
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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    Quote Originally Posted by Fledermaus View Post
    Try history for once.

    Ivan III of Muscovy freed the Russians from the Horde.......
    its a imperial myth, Muscovites (Muscovite ulus ) paid taxis to Genghisides (legal owners of Muscovite lands, Golden kin Muscovite sources called true czar (all over entire Asia ) institute ) in Crimea even in XVIII s.

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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    Quote Originally Posted by Litwin View Post
    for him as the for "president" (czar) this is his last term

    " Putin suggests altering constitution to limit presidential term" Putin says rule limiting him to two consecutive terms as president ‘can be abolished’ | The Independent
    Gee, where have we heard similar inclinations? A close friend, of his?
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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    Quote Originally Posted by Chomsky View Post
    Gee, where have we heard similar inclinations? A close friend, of his?
    trump is a just putlers´copycat , and cuckold

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    The peril beyond Putin


    UNDER Vladimir Putin’s presidency, Russia is seen in the outside world as an expansionist power trying to revise post-Soviet borders and rebuild an empire. But what if Russia itself—a country of nearly 200 nationalities that stretches across 11 time zones—is in danger of crumbling?

    It would not be the first time that Russia tried aggression and expansion as a defence against modernisation and by doing so undermined its own territorial integrity. In 1904, when Russia was on the verge of a revolution, Nicholas II attempted to stave off change by looking for national traitors and starting a small war with Japan. The war ended a year later in Russia’s defeat and 12 years later the tsarist Russian empire faded away in a few days. In 1979, as Communist rule struggled under the weight of its own contradictions, the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan; 12 years later the Soviet Union collapsed just as suddenly.

    In 2011 Moscow’s urban middle class took to the streets to demand modernisation. Mr Putin responded by picking out alleged national traitors, annexing Crimea and starting a war against Ukraine. The idea that Russia’s latest foreign-policy adventures might end in the same way as previous ones—with the collapse of the state and disintegration of the country—is not as far-fetched as it might seem.

    The Soviet Union came apart because it overstretched itself and ran out of money and ideas. Local elites saw no benefit in remaining part of a bankrupt country. It fragmented along the administrative borders of the 15 republics that made up the giant country.

    Yet there was no reason why the process had to stop there. Indeed, many of Russia’s regions—including Siberia, Ural, Karelia and Tatarstan—declared their “sovereignty” at the time. To prevent further disintegration Russia’s then president, Boris Yeltsin, came up with the idea of a federation, promising each region as much “sovereignty as it could swallow”. Yeltsin made this promise in Kazan, the ancient capital of Tatarstan, which acquired many attributes of a separate state: a president, a constitution, a flag and, most important, its own budget. In exchange, Tatarstan promised to stay part of Russia. "

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    Re: "Russian" PM Dmitry Medvedev submits resignation to "President" Vladimir Putin

    Quote Originally Posted by Litwin View Post
    its a imperial myth, Muscovites (Muscovite ulus ) paid taxis to Genghisides (legal owners of Muscovite lands, Golden kin Muscovite sources called true czar (all over entire Asia ) institute ) in Crimea even in XVIII s.
    ALL the Princedoms of Russia paid taxes to the Golden Horde... Kiev included.

    Until Ivan III of Muscovy freed the Russians from the Horde...

    No one was Tsar until Ivan IV (Иван Васильевич) took the title of Tsar.

    Please history before making more claims.
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