Werewolf wrote:I would say belorussian language is sci-fi and not real. I've family living in Minsk and my grandmother lifes since over 30 years in a small village behind Minsk. I lived there fir 3 months, travelled to Minsk and had visited all relatives and their friends. Not once, not by Minsk people not by village folks has anyone ever spoken anything else but russian. Not even government officials when I was renewing my Visa. I doubt that anyone would even be able to call out someone based on their nationality since they are all identical genetically, by language and by mentality.
Even in Ukraine it was the Soviet regime that elevated the mova to a national language. And to think that these clowns yap incessantly
about "russification". I recall the yammering about how Russian was the main language in Kiev as if that was proof of some occupation.
Kiev never spoke the freaking mova. Back in 1200 it was speaking the ancient version of Russian. The mova appeard thanks to Polish
and Lithuanian occupation of Kievan Rus lands. Belorus has been exposed to the same distortion by the same real occupants.
In case the resident trolls trot out their sanctimony, half my family is from western Ukraine and I know how the Polish regime before 1939
treated Ukrainians there. They would be harassed via capricious taxes on all sorts of pretexts. The love affair between the current
Banderastan and Poland is grotesque. It is a species of Stockholm Syndrome. Ukrainians working as basically serfs in Poland are
abused and murdered today
. Belorus is going down the same road to perdition.