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'The Lord of the Rings' and Russia's war on the Orks of Ukraine

Yoichi Shimatsu

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Part 5 of this series on the current Ukraine-Russia conflict, caused by murderous provocations and deceptive propaganda from  criminal elements of Kipchap Turkic descent, examines how J.R.R. Tolkien based the major battles in "The Lord of the Rings" (LOR) on Russia's centuries of struggle to spare the Christian realm from atrocities and enslavement by these same pagan barbarians. It took no stretch of the imagination for Tolkien to base his brutish Orks on the Kipchak Turks who arrived to Europe from Central Asia as mercenaries for Attila the Hun and later serving in the vanguard of the Golden Horde of Genghis Khan. To foment th is NATO conflict  with Russia, the ethnic Kipchaks have resurfaced as commander s of the Azov Battalion, the paramilitary force comprised of deranged criminals and tattooed  convicts , who are  convinced of their racial superiority to lord over the native white Europeans. First, however, a,,,,,,