Vedic traditions are Indian. Nothing to do with Russia
One has the right for statement if one can prove it. In the statements of Levashov claims that there had been the Grand Tartaria empire on the place where the Russia is now located. It was a great empire according to him, that experienced betrayal in the governance. Well, there is no one to blame but themselves. At the same time Levashov accuses Indian gurus for not announcing that the knowledge that came to Indians were from the North, in spite of they were custodians. How come one say that? If it was betrayal that ended up in splitting an “empire”, then who let it happen is guilty not the other side, obviously.
Second, Indian gurus were the knowledge keepers, even for that only they must have been thanked. In today’s world Russian Federation (or simply Russia) keeps not very positive political tendency. And it’s about the overall attitude they have towards the entire world. They shoot down the passenger airplane with full of people. At the moment of tragedy back in Malaysia, Russian people are making comic shows out of it with their favourite stand up comedians.
The slag and sick society they are indeed. And you cannot expect anything better than full disgrace on humanity carrying such decease as them. The cosmos has a tendency for selective feature abilities. And how can one proclaim itself a great if it does not have an inch respect to others? Here comes an understanding on how so called ‘Grand Tartaria’ had been declared. Killing and enslaving neighbour folks to build the lands. These so called Russkies will never have a peaceful sky above them, never will build a trustworthy society, but will get deserving fate, since they are not friendly with each other. They love to hear how great they are, but only among themselves. Moreover, they don’t like hearing accusations from the outside. They are arrogant filthy animals. I’m looking forward to debate this if they contradict this statement
It is never advisable to have any affairs with them so far. Cosmos and time will put things where they belong.