https://youtu.be/-Xr9azOyH7k 1.14.Question: At one of the 'Keys of Knowledge' conferences it was said that from 1812 to 1825, catastrophic events occurred across the breadth of our country when a large number of people disappeared etc. Answer: Indeed. However, the person who gave the presentation on this issue should have covered the events more comprehensively to present a complete picture. Because at previous meetings with readers, I brought a special three-volume edition of the Britannica Encyclopaedia, in which, since 1775, the Russian Empire was called "Great Tartary", that is to say the territory from east of the Urals which reached to the Great Wall of China and a occupied a large part of northern America. Following what I believe was the first world war against Great Tartary, or Great Asia, or Great Scythia (different sources refer to this country by different names), when this country was finally conquered, by the troops of Catherine II, soldiers who were as much related to Russians as they were to Papuans! Well, she also had the same extent of relationship to Russians. So, that's when a world war took place to destroy, and finally bring down the Slavonic-Aryan Empire. And so it was achieved, and it was after 1775 when the territory from the Urals to the Far East was finally captured. The Romanovs managed to take part of northern America and Alaska from this empire and northern California was also taken under control. The rest of the territory was already taken by Americans. So, what do you think existed in this territory? The majority of the Rus were living in this area for a hundred years, a thousand years, and even a hundred thousand years ago. They naturally fought against the occupation of a province, which broke away earlier, being led by traitors. So what was done with them? They were exterminated, just like those who were exterminated after the baptism of Russia. Indeed many people died in this war, and many were exterminated. But note that even with all of this, in the territories of Siberia and the Far East serfdom was never was introduced . They never dared to do it because people there had lived free, and even destroying such large numbers of people they were afraid to introduce such stern measures as serfdom. Have you heard about the famous expedition of Lewis and Clark, two Americans who came to the Pacific Ocean? In what year was it? In 1802. The question is, why did this expedition set out to the Pacific Ocean only in 1802? "Oh, but there were wild Indians, who were killing everyone." But didn't they kill anyone that as well? They did. What changed? It's very simple. It just that when Great Tartary, the Slavonic-Aryan Empire, was defeated, when the country had been destroyed, everyone who wasn't lazy was trying to capture as much territory as they could, including the northern American states that were on the east coast, so they immediately sent the expedition. A strange coincidence: in 1775 the Empire fell, and in 1802 an expedition was promptly launched which reached the Pacific Ocean. You need to do the analysis and if you draw some parallels, a very interesting set of events emerges. And also, how the Pugachev revolt was described in modern history. Ostensibly Pugachev declared himself as Peter III, the husband of Catherine II. Well, you know the history. Totally false. Well, that is just how they hid the fact that it was all very different. And what's also interesting, is that in the first Encyclopedia Britannica, Great Tartary as it was called there, was the largest country in the world. It shows the area with descriptions. It also shows the Moscow Tartary, which extended to the Urals. It was called the Moscow Tartary, but not the great empire. But after 1775, in the second edition of the Encyclopedia and never again after, not a single word was said about the fact that such an empire had existed. Yet they constantly speak and write about the Roman empire that never even existed, right? Yet this was empire which lasted more than a hundred thousand years, and then disappeared completely. What it is? A conspiracy. A world conspiracy. Here, we are looking for a global conspiracy. Yes, it really does exist. Against our country and our people. Not against the Rus, but also against all the other indigenous peoples who are living there and have lived on the territory of Russia. We must fight for our land which our ancestors soaked with with blood. But not fight in a way that benefits our enemies, but in a way they won't like, that's all.