That's, baby, Rashism
The term "Rashist" ("Rushist") is also widely used to more generally identify members of the Russian Armed Forces and supporters of Russian military aggression against Ukraine.
Ruscism, also known as Rashism, Russism, or Russian fascism, is a term used by a number of scholars, politicians and publicists to describe the political ideology and the social practices of the Russian state in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, especially during the rule of Vladimir Putin.
- Russian world:
The "Russian world" (Russian: Русский мир, romanized: Russkiy mir, lit. 'Russian world', 'Russian order', 'Russian community') - is an ideological concept (doctrine) that now dominates the politics of modern Putin's Russia.
In the 21st century the doctrine can be said to hold: that this "Russky Mir" upholding a common distinctive spirituality, morality, and culture "has a common political centre (Moscow), a common spiritual centre (Kyiv as the "mother of all Rus"), a common language (Russian), a common church (the Russian Orthodox Church, Moscow Patriarchate), and a common patriarch (the Patriarch of Moscow), who works in 'symphony' with a common secular leader modeled after a Soviet Vozhd (Vladimir Putin) to govern this "world" and enforce this "peace".
Cain is a Biblical figure in the Book of Genesis within Abrahamic religions. He is the elder brother of Abel, and the firstborn son of Adam and Eve, the first couple within the Bible.He was a farmer who gave an offering of his crops to God. However, God was not pleased and favored Abel's offering over Cain's. Out of jealousy, Cain killed his brother, for which he was punished by God with the curse and mark of Cain
Abel is a Biblical figure in the Book of Genesis within Abrahamic religions. He was the younger brother of Cain, and the younger son of Adam and Eve, the first couple in Biblical history. He was a shepherd who offered his firstborn flock up to God as an offering. God accepted his offering but not his brother's. Cain then killed Abel out of jealousy.
- religious fascism:
"Russian World" ("Russkiy Mir") doctrine - is an ideology promoted by many in the leadership of the Russian Orthodox Church. Patriarch Kirill of Moscow also shares this ideology; for the Russian Orthodox Church, the Russkiy Mir is also "a spiritual concept, a reminder that through the baptism of Rus', God consecrated these people to the task of building a "Holy Rus".
On the 2022 Sunday of Orthodoxy, the Volos Declaration was issued by 1600 theologians and clerics of the Orthodox Church, condemning the ideology of "Russkiy Mir" as being heretical and a deviation from the Orthodox faith and as contrary to the teachings of Christ, linking it to phyletism, an ideology condemned as an heresy by a General Synod in Constantinople in 1872.
- For you freedom means slavery and war means peace:
“War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength.” - This quotation, presenting three sets of axiomatic statements which are fundamentally contradictory, exemplifies the ways in which the totalitarian society in Orwell’s novel "1984" alters the meanings of words in order to manipulate people’s understanding of the world around them.
Doublethink is a process of indoctrination in which subjects are expected to simultaneously accept two conflicting beliefs as truth, often at odds with their own memory or sense of reality. Doublethink is related to, but differs from, hypocrisy.
George Orwell coined the term doublethink (as part of the fictional language of Newspeak) in his 1949 dystopian novel "Nineteen Eighty-Four".
Rashism - see Wikipedia:
Dr. Goebbels - Joseph Goebbels, see Wikipedia:
Daumbass and Luganda - contemptuously distorted nicknames of the separatist regions in Ukraine ("Donbas" and "Lugansk"), see Wikipedia:
"Strelkis" - Igor Strelkov (Girkin), see Wikipedia:
"Borodayis" - Alexander Borodai, see Wikipedia:
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Rašismus (zkratka pro ruský fašismus,neologismus přejatý především z ukrajinského рашизм (rašyzm), složenina z anglického slova Russia, vyslovováno [raša], a slova fašismus) je označení pro ideologii a politiku Ruska za vlády Vladimira Putina, hodnotící jej jako fašistickou či neofašistickou zemi. Některé, zejména ukrajinské zdroje tímto termínem označují rovněž politickou ideologii spočívající v ruské vojenské rozpínavosti a založenou na myšlenkách „zvláštního civilizačního poslání“ ruského národa a Moskvy jako Třetího Říma. Po zahájení ruské invaze na Ukrajinu v roce 2022 pojem opakovaně použil americký historik Timothy Snyder.
Termín "Rashist" ("Rašista") je také široce používán k obecnějšímu označení příslušníků ruských ozbrojených sil a příznivců ruské vojenské agrese proti Ukrajině.
Termín pátá kolona označuje skupinu lidí (většinou minoritní), která zevnitř narušuje fungování (činnost, politiku, směřování, práci apod.) nějakého celku (stejný národ, stejné území, stejný podnik, apod.) na úkor zbylých (většinou majoritních) osob. Obvykle jde o narušení ve prospěch jiné vnější nepřátelské skupiny, s kterou pátá kolona sympatizuje. Tato činnost může být zjevná, nebo tajná a může mít podobu sabotáže, dezinformace, špionáže a dalších.
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