Crime Against Peace on Inkeri Earth
The Neva River passes through the Karelian Strait, an area of about 15,000 square kilometers, from Ladoga to the Gulf of Finland. The 4000-year history of the region is confusing.
Early pioneers on the shores of the Baltic Ice Lake, the Gulf of Finland, the Neva River and the Ladoga Lake had a relative peace of about 2 800 years. Things moved around 800 AD, as major political players were stronger and clashed.
Ingria is often scattered, displaced, and displaced. Studying history gives a clear picture of how desperate, irrational, cruel and war the human race is, which is fueled by whimsical power.
Sometimes minor violations of property or intrusion into traditional hunting and fishing areas lead to violence. But there was another level, the political power game, which often involves the building of force against forces and the political power of a group to build a larger group, to receive neighbors. areas, powerful selfish land seizures and repayments, oppression of truth and denial of justice.
The present Inkeri Coat of Arms illustrates the historic conflict in the Inkeri region, especially in the representation of the water border on the river Neva; travel, transportation and trade; the fortress walls of the opposite north and south sides covered with red blood; and the hope of the judgment of the wise old king (God) with the gold crown and the embedded jewels.
Between 1299 and 1300 Sweden built a city and fortress at the western end of the Neva River, where it flows into the Gulf of Finland. It was called the crown of the earth. (Novgorod's First Chronicle).
The Inkeri (or Ingria) word is used in this article in two ways:
1. Description of the geographical area
2. Describing the Inkeri / Ingria Community People
Because the history of Inkeri is so confusing, we can easily lose the original sense and original spirit of Inkeri Balti Finns, which can be summarized as follows:  part of it.
In the early days, nomads simply settled on land that no one else used because of the low population. In 2000, the planet's population was estimated at 30 million BC.
Due to the ice age, the Scandinavian region was not as attractive to hunters / fishermen / collectors as the Mediterranean city or the remote island, the Black Sea or the Pacific tropical island.
Then everything changed. It was said that the hunger of power and the "love of money" is the root of "all evil", and this is certainly true in the history of the Neva River region and in the Eastern East.
Political / military dictators of history have typically fought for political power, followed by a search for military power, followed by an army and wealth campaign. Wealth and fame are what inspire them and, in order to acquire them, they are willing to destroy the opposite side, which simply protects their rightful land.
The usual inmates of landlords, pioneers and rural people have built families, tribes, communities, education, culture, and traditions. They have a special close interaction with their land, seasons, natural food ingredients, local resources, and the environment, but they are just as part of the earth.
If it were not to attract the trade of foreign goods, wealth and money (from entrepreneurial Vikings around 800 in the northern region), life / people might have continued their land: catching growing plants, cabins, hunting animals, fish, picking berries and mushrooms, and fair trade on the local market.
It was a simple life; life, after which there is no restriction, and spend time and wealth on gold, silver and gemstone, silk and crystals, emeralds, flashing metal swords, helmets and face shields, long boats, mantles, leather sandals and shields.
When the Mongols marched north and east during the 12th century, penetrating the Russian territory of Kiev, Moscow was only a commercial post, located in the prince Vladimir Suzdal. The Mongols were burned in Moscow in 1238 and returned to the pillow in 1239.
A similar pattern was shown by another nation (Russia), as the Kiev Rus returned to their feet; Moscow's outstretched breeding claw was activated. The insatiable desire to conquer, reign, and consume the riches of foreigners encouraged their aspirations and carried them further and further northward to Siberia, floating east and west. Typically, this was the promotion of religion and culture, followed by forced submission, taxes and the operation of silver mines.
From Siberia, the movement moved westward to Fennoscandia and Lapland (Kola Peninsula), first represented by religion, custom, culture and commerce, followed by taxes and mining. Finally, the political direction of Moscow went south and the bear's arms fell into the Baltic Sea, including the Novgorod Republic.
The Grand Duchy's external expansion continued in the 14th and 15th centuries, when the Moscow rulers considered the entire Russian territory to be their collective property. (Wikipedia)
Wikipedia. Grand Duchy of Moscow.
Novgorod First Chronicle.