False Negative Treatment of January Uprising and a Number of Siberian Exile Aspects in Russian Language Electronic Media in the beginning of 2010s. Part 2
B. S. Shostakovich
Treatment of January Uprising of 1863–1864 by most recent Russian language electronic mediain light of 150th anniversary of the event is considered. The author compared it with well-established and scientifically approved point of view on this historic event. Apparent facts of history rewriting are revealed. And the author comes to conclusion of purposeful substitution of appropriate humanitarian and scientific assessment of the classical section of historical past with absurd neo-mythologemas being openly provocative, xenophobic, and ethno-chauvinistic.
January Uprising, national liberation movement, Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Poland, Russia, impartial assessment of historical events, history rewriting, neo-mythologemas, disinformation, xenophobia, ethno-chauvinism