January 29, 2011

Similarities between the Mongol Empire and Communism

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Articles general
  • Communism - Wikipedia
  • Mongol Empire - "The Mongol Empire was a massive empire during the 13th and 14th centuries... It is commonly referred to as the largest contiguous empire in the history of the world." - Wikipidia
  • Mongol invasions of Korea - [After multiple Mongol invasions of Korea from 1231 to 1270, Korea was a tributary state for about 80 years] - Wikipedia
Books & documents
  • After the Soviet Union, Mongolia became the 2nd communist country in the world in 1924
  • The main religion practiced within Mongolia is Tibetan Buddhism
  • About 0.5 percent of the global population -- are descendants of GENGHIS KHAN! (read) - Many more are descendants of Mongol soldiers, who now are ancestors of many people in countries that became communist.
  • 1os of millions have been killed in genocides caused by communist rule and also by conquests by the Mongol Empire.
  • Genghis Khan and the Communists - "The Mongolian past has been drawn by both sides into twentieth-century disputes between Russia and China" - "Not only did the Mongols tear Russia away from Europe; but by doing so they prevented her from sharing the stimulating experience of the Renaissance and the scientific revolution." - History Today - See also Mass killings under Communist regimes - Wikipedia
  • The ‘resurrection’ of Ghengis Khan - "Persona non grata in Communist times, medieval leader Ghengis Khan has made a comeback adorning posters, bottles, and even the local currency in Mongolia." - RT - 2:33 min

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  1. This seems to be a very interesting comparison.
    Both empires are about dictatorships and spiritual darkness!

  2. Russia = the morden Mongol Empire.

    Lenin has Kalmyk Mongol blood,even few Russian tsars were Mongols,like tsar Boris Godunov is one of the direct descendants of Genghis Khan.Ivan the Terrible's mother is the also a direct descendants of Genghis Khan.

    today you can see obvious Mongol features on many Russian people's faces


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