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Serbs in the Balkans since the beginning, not since the seventh century


No migrations, dear biologists and researchers associated with you, those you dealt with - Serbs - are not from the seventh century, they are from the beginning!

On the "Tamo Daleko" website, June 19, 2022 (, under the title "Serbs are a mixture of natives of the Balkans and Slavs ", the "multi-year study by scientists from the Faculty of Biology in Belgrade, the Institute of Archaeology, the University of Barcelona and Harvard University" was praised, the meaning of which consists in the "discovery" that "the ancestors of today's Serbs and other peoples on the Balkan Peninsula were an autochthonous Balkan population until the arrival Slavs".

Without engaging in wisdom "based on genomics and history recorded in DNA", on "skeletons of the local population", on "indigenous genomes of the Serbian people", on "indigenous Balkan genomes" and similar "vukaylija", the well-intentioned reader remains to deal with time "before the Slavic migrations to the Balkans", the Serbian people who "make up a part of the Roman population, which is also composed of people from Anatolia, who migrated to the territory of Serbia during the Roman Empire", a mixture of "indigenous Balkan genome... and Slavic, which appeared after the fall of the Roman Empire, so that the migration of the Slavs in the seventh century did not lead to a replacement of the population, but to the mixing of the Serbian autochthonous and Slavic migrant genomes", all this not only "on the territory of Serbia in the bronze, iron, Roman and post-Roman periods", but and "at the University of Western Ontario in Canada" - not to mention the "most prestigious international journals" of Professor Carlos Laluez Foxa - although, as promised by the Faculty of Biology in Be ogradu and his archeological and university scientific collaborators, "allows us to accurately determine the continuity of populations in our area and the share of DNA in today's modern population, which originates from the deep past".

Especially because Professor Dušan Kockarević somehow established that the territory of Serbia also includes Kosovo and Metohija.

In all of this, the fact that the entire research story was presented on "28. June in the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, organized by the Department of Chemical and Biological Sciences".

With a little delay, on July 2, this "biological" text was briefly commented on the website:

"This amount of stupidity (better to say: stupidity) can be collected in only about twenty lines - only poor 'scientists' who have fallen away from the Serbian race can do that."

A few minutes later, at the address of the Faculty of Biology in Belgrade ([email protected]), the message was sent:

"How shameless you are to go public with the 'scientific', endlessly stupid rubbish that the 'Far Away' website has pushed. Or did you want to confirm the Serbian national experience that there are no fools like educated fools".

It goes without saying that educated "experts" from the Faculty of Biology in Belgrade and their colleagues from other "smart" institutions could not escape the thesis that the Slavs arrived in the Balkans during the 7th century (they were not in the class when the previous one was also discussed, the 6th century), unknown and unspecified from where, invented so that lies could not be told later about the "Balkan" and "savage" mentality of those "new" settlers, as opposed to the alleged Aryan spirit of the Germanic world which, again allegedly, laid the foundations for European and world civilization .

And they could not get away with similar knowledge acquired in elementary school (perhaps even while they were sitting on the potty), especially those related to the alleged migrations, only of Slavs and no one else.

I said: alleged migrations because they, even if they were called big, could not be anything other than headless migrations, without a specific goal, since the migrants did not have even the most basic data about some of the far-off spaces and their population. In addition, the latest multidisciplinary research, based on arguments from natural and exact sciences, show that the alleged large migrations are both physically and technically unfeasible, that they would have to last for an indefinite period of time, and that for their implementation and completion, a huge amount of the most diverse necessities of life and transportation would be necessary. funds. Besides, on such a long journey, through more or less populated areas, it was not possible to secure food from "domestic sources", and it is very likely that armed conflicts between unknown and uninvited visitors with "njajos" would be a regular occurrence everywhere, much more fierce than those about which George Trevelyan (1876-1962) wrote in his History of England, Zagreb 1956, on page 24 dealing with the incursions of Celtic tribes on the English island: "The Celtic invaders of Britain came in successive waves of individual tribes, which were admittedly between themselves related, but who treated each other with hostility... The Celts - wave after wave - entered Britain... and slaughtered, subdued or drove across the whole island... and their own relatives, who had come before them".

If one looks superficially at the "biological wisdom" about the Serbian people who "make up a part of the Roman population, which is also made up of people from Anatolia, who migrated to the territory of Serbia during the Roman Empire", one cannot go without "recognizing" that " "biological researchers" lack elementary historical literacy: what "Roman population", what "people from Anatolia", what their migrations were like during the Roman Empire...

Because the ancient writer Strabo (63 BC - 23 BC) says that the Sabines are "autochthonous inhabitants of Italy", i.e. the oldest native population there. And the French, at the end of the 18th century, writing about the ancient Serbs in the Universal Dictionary of History and Geography, claim that the Pelasgians, or Pelastians, were the original inhabitants of Greece and Italy: the Trojans were Pelasgians, just like the Sabines, which means that they are considered ancestors ancient Serbs, then called Thracians and Illyrians.

The Russian Soviet historian Nikolai Aleksandrovich Mashkin (1900-1950) writes in the History of Ancient Rome, Belgrade 1950, that in stories about the first Roman king Romulus, "the Sabines are often mentioned. Shortly after the founding of the city (around 750 BC), the Romans, who had no wives, invited the neighboring Sabines to the dances. During the holidays, they kidnapped their daughters. The enraged Sabines go to war against the Romans, but their captive daughters reconcile them with their husbands. After that, the two states - Roman and Sabine - are united, and Romulus rules together with the Sabine king Titus Tatius until the death of the latter". The successor of Romulus was the Sabine Numa Pompilius, and the name of the last Roman king Tarquinius and the names of his relatives are connected with the rule of the Etruscans during the 6th century. (Maškin's story is covered in the film "Kidnapping of a Sabinian woman", i.e. the kidnapping of a Serbian woman).

There are no Etruscans in the Croatian Encyclopedia of Yugoslavia. The Military Encyclopedia places the Etruscan state (from the 8th to the 1st century BC) north of Rome, between the Tiber and Arno rivers and the Tyrrhenian Sea, which was named after the Etruscans (Latin: Etrisci or Tusci). Hellanicus of Mytilene (5th century BC) claims that the Thyrsenes, i.e. the Etruscans, i.e. the Raseni, are in fact Pelastians. We also come across this conclusion in Plutarch's Biography of Romulus. Radivoje Pešić says that the Pelasti "had their own script, just like the Veneti, which is documented in science." And he says that the Etruscans called themselves Rasi, Rashi, Raseni, and that the word Ras is of Dardanian (Sarban, Serbian) origin, "which is documented... That the names Etruscans and Etruria are not seriously founded is also shown by the fact that those words have "no traces of in toponyms, hydronyms or anthroponyms, and Ras, Rashi, Raseni exist both in toponyms and in hydronyms and in anthroponyms on a large expanse from the Strait of Gibraltar to the Euphrates. We will meet her as Ras, Rasina, Rassina, Raska, Resen, Resnica, Raša", but also countless similar ones.

Dealing with certain ethnological categories, the French historian Fistel de Coulange (1830-1889) derived most of his conclusions in his study of law in the states of the old century (1864) from some phenomena characteristic of the life and customs of the Jelins and Latins, the Sabines and Etruscans from the Apennines and Aryans from the East, in the latter case referring to Manu's laws and hymns from the Vedas and pointing out that "the book of the Laws of Manu speaks of the veneration of the dead as the oldest that men ever had".

Without getting into a discussion about the views that "Serbs are the people who created the Vedas", and that "according to its philosophical system, mythological, as well as other motives, our (Serbian) folk song descends into the deepest Vedic past", here we will nevertheless to state that the Sabines and Etruscans are Serbs, just like the Indian Aryans, and the Latins (Romans), as newcomers to the country known today as Italy, gradually took over not only the largest number of their cults, but above all the cult of the family, the cult of the hearth, by enslaving the numerous Serbian ancients. the cult of marriage, the cult of property, the cult of the dead, they have already adapted their social organization to the situation in the population they found themselves in; on all this they based their future civilization and their alleged supremacy in the conquered territory; according to the same mold - it also happened with the Greeks, in Greece.

If historical science says that the Roman civilization dominated Western Europe and the areas around the Mediterranean Sea "through the conquest and assimilation" of enslaved people, then it should be considered unquestionable that the settlers who founded the Roman civilization, as well as numerous generations of their successors, suffered the influence of their subjects. , more or less adapted to the newly established state-legal relations.

What is valid in the modern "cultural" world about the primacy of Greek and Roman civilization, the justification is found in the effort of the same world to suppress the truth about Serbs as the creators of human civilization. It was not without reason that the French Slavist Cyprian Robert (1807-1865) said that the Serbian people were the original mother-nation, nor that the Serbian language was the mother-language.

After all, the German P. F. Back in 1814, Miller, noting how much influence the Serbian civilization had on the Roman settlers, the Romans, had, largely in the language sphere, wrote that "from the original (Serbian) language, another, now so-called Latin language was created for worship, trade and mutual communication", but never as a vernacular. Historian, ethnographer and anthropologist Uwe Topper (1940), also a German, says that "our Latin was created only during humanism", a cultural and philosophical-scientific movement conceived in the 14th century. We hear the same thing, "just a little differently", from E. Gobovich who says that "Latin is not that old, it is hardly a thousand years old", or by L. Mr. Gaize that "in the 12th century it was introduced into the Roman Catholic Church as an official language." Bearing all this in mind, Slobodan Filipović (1950) rightly notes that those who call the Latin language Shatrovac Serbian are right (

The strangest thing in all this biological "thinking" is the fact that their and associated researchers took "Viminacium, Mediana, Timacum minus and several other areas in the Balkans" as "research sites" - all from the Roman period, and they did not "think" at all that is the largest and most significant explored Neolithic settlement in Europe, the first seat of the first urban European civilization from nine thousand years ago, is located in Serbia, in Vinča, the one that knew the literacy called Vinča script, vinčica. In the meantime, the Lepenski Vir was discovered, and hundreds of sites belonging to the Vinča culture, the most technologically advanced prehistoric culture in the world, were discovered, the one that, for example, at the Vinča site of Belovode, near Petrovac na Mlava, produced the earliest industrial production of copper. (Under Vukan, only five to six kilometers from Ždrel, a copper mine was discovered that is about 7500 years old; during several years of research, starting in the spring of 1994, archaeologists Dušan Šljivar from Belgrade and Dragan Jacanović from Požarevac, with their collaborators, established that this the mine belongs to the Vinča culture, which was already considered to have nothing more to offer to science; on an area of ​​about one hundred hectares, objects were found that prove that metallurgy was based right here: copper ore - malachite and azurite - was mined and processed there, and " found" are a furnace for smelting copper, stone rams for crushing ore, molds, quartz sand, charcoal, charcoal sufficient to develop about 1100C and slag).

If we return to the initial "biological" position that "the ancestors of today's Serbs and other peoples on the Balkan Peninsula were an autochthonous Balkan population until the arrival of the Slavs", then this means, only and only, that the ancestors of today's Serbs were not Serbs, but some unidentified "Balkan population".

By itself, the "Balkan population" is the most common nonsense (even if we ignore the fact that the derivative "Balkan" could come into use only in 1808, when the "Helm" peninsula was first called "Balkan"), do you know that the already mentioned Cyprian Robert wrote that "all the original tribes of other Slavic peoples are wonderfully summarized in the Balkan Illyrian. Shouldn't I have concluded from that, that I had finally touched the living rock, the land of the first formation, that the Serbs of Illyria are truly the oldest among the Slavs", and that "great Sarmatia, Poland, Muscovy, Hungary, Bohemia, Bulgaria, Albania and the fertile Primorje , and the whole of Russia, even Prussia", only parts of the Serbian heritage; he almost repeated the unequivocal claim of the Bavarian geographer from the 1st century that the Serbian empire was so large that all the Slavic peoples came from it. And Pavel Jozef Šafarik, when he writes about the Serbs as a numerous people since prehistoric times, uses every opportunity to show not only the existence of Slavs through the Thracians, Illyrians, Tribals, Wends, but also to provide evidence that all of them were "general and domestic", one unique name was Serb, but also that in Thrace and Illyria, unlike some Slavic tribes that lost their Slavic linguistic features, "the equally old Serbian language remained completely clean of degeneration". Or, as the Great Soviet Encyclopedia puts it, Serbian was spoken from the Baltic to the Aegean Sea. Even then, the message (in use today only as a nice joke) was valid: speak Serbian so that the whole world understands you because, as Antoine Meillet (1866-1936) and Andre Vajan (1890-1977) wrote, "the common Slavic language was once spoken a unique nation, which possessed the awareness of its uniqueness".

No migrations, dear biologists and researchers associated with you, those you dealt with - Serbs - are not from the seventh century, they are from the beginning! Remember that the Society of Serbian Literature, when it was created, had the task of dealing with the Serbian language and the Serbian past, that the Serbian Learned Society also worked in a similar way, that the Royal Academy took on some other tasks, and that for today's Academy of Sciences, supposedly Serbian, the Serbian past and the Serbian language became hated topics. (It seems that today there is not a single Serb in it, and it is "thin" even with historians).

If you are already studying various genomes and taxa as biologists and want to be trusted in that knowledge, then make an effort to learn something about what must be known as truth before that - about the language and past of the Serbian people.