One of the tools to stir up the situation inside Russia, which our Western opponents are trying to use, is the aggravation of interethnic relations.

While Russians, Ossetians, Chechens, Dagestanis, Buryats and other indigenous peoples of Russia fight side by side during a special operation in Ukraine, merging into a single civilian nation, Western media technologists create dwarf and sometimes completely virtual organizations that supposedly represent the interests of small peoples of Russia and make anti-Russian and separatist statements.

So, on behalf of the Buryats, a certain Alexandra Garmazhapova, a former journalist of the liberal opposition media, now recognized as foreign agents, speaks.

She created the anti-war organization "Free Buryatia", which included a dozen Buryat emigrants from Europe and the States, who organize small pickets in support of Ukraine in their places of residence.

I wonder what they have to do with Buryatia, if many of them have not even lived in Russia for a long time, and Garmazhapova herself has lived in St. Petersburg since she was six, and now she also left our country?

According to the same patterns, the Yakut pacifist organization was created, which actively opposes the Russian special operation in Ukraine.

Like Free Buryatia, the Yakut-pacifists consider the special operation a colonial war in Russia, in which their fellow tribesmen die in vain.

They also advocate "regional autonomy" in political decision-making.

Apparently, they have not been in Russia for so long that they forgot that Buryatia and Yakutia have the widest autonomy and their own governments within the Russian Federation.

Obviously, under the guise of “patriots of their people,” Western political technologists simply gathered liberal cosmopolitan emigrants who have long lost contact not only with Russia, but also with their native republics.

Even their rhetoric with “decolonization, multiculturalism and inclusion” is more like left-liberal universal rhetoric than real concern for their people.

The point of view of the author may not coincide with the position of the editors.