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Would Tolstoy and Dostoevsky agree with the invasion of Ukraine?
Written by Kastriot Aliaj 9 Maj 2022
The barbaric acts of the Russian army in Ukraine have shocked not only the living, but have also "moved" the bones of two great Russian writers Tolstoy and Dostoevsky. that in their writings they have condemned the violence and hated the war. parade over the corpses of massacred people, isolated children and barbaric destruction. Would Tolstoy and Dostoevsky agree with the parade of shame in martyred Ukraine? Never ever. destroy the life of a peaceful people, can notIsolate them from the crimes of Nazi-Fascism in the Second World War. the works of these two writers have transcended time, they remain current for future generations, who through the prism of their analysis, will critically look at the problems of the reality that surrounds them. At the end of World War II, the critic German Theodor Adorno, describes the Holocaust as a global defeat of Western culture and philosophy. He goes even further by asking the question; the current situation that Ukraine is currently experiencing.Meditating on the morals of these two figures of Russian literature, who have condemned violence and destructive wars, one can not help but think that the atrocities in some of the above-mentioned cities do not affect the negative perception of Russian culture. Dostoevsky being critical of crime would write, "Man on this earth has no right to turn his back and ignore what is happening on earth." In the novel The Karamazov Brothers, written in 1880, Dostoevsky radically posed to the reader the moral dilemma of But when you see isolated children starving today, when you see the ruins of the Mariupol theater where children experiencing bomb anxiety are housed in its basements, what would Dostoevsky write? When the word child was written in front of the theater in capital letters,that could be read from the air, so as not to be misunderstood by the Russian military, which has transcended the limits of human reason. But would he defend the idea of ??the natural moral law of the Russian man for the inhuman massacre of Bucha? But anyone who has known his philosophy of creativity will not turn a blind eye to his idea of ??"Russia "The dogma for this idea was thrown into the global ideological currents, which justified the expansion of the Russian empire in the past. imaginary neo-Nazis, speaking on behalf of the superpower from the tops of northern politics.Exile in Siberia, like many other figures of various professions, had formed in him the influence of his own experience, that the justification of going would create state-organized terror, as is happening today with Ukraine. This rebellion of the great Russia , would not only terrify him but protest against this violence of pleasure for the oligarchy, which has destroyed every value of the former fraternity, where the Ukrainians rightly rejected this symbol in the middle of Kiev.Russian politics and the media anathema to the truth, they forget that the televisions and various agencies of many countries of the world, by giving the events directly with macabre images, are penalizing the farce propaganda of Russia. Today the world is not in the time of Napoleon, in front of the armies of Kutuzov and Suvorov, when the truth of the fighting was learned after 6 months.In the novel "War and Peace" one of the most appreciated in world literature, Tolstoy would write: "that the key to victory is the morale of the Russian army". But when? When soldiers defend their land, because they understand what they are fighting for and While today the Russian soldiers are the killers of the lives of children, women and the elderly, of the freedom and sovereignty of Ukraine. It is an unimaginable grief for their families. But Tolstoy also took a critical stance on the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-05, writing an open letter entitled "Call to Mind" about her punishment. he would express disgust at the loss of that shameful war by Russia.is a message that still sounds like an alarm bell to all Russians who do not think like Putin, to judge and appreciate how much the tragedy of Ukraine weighs on their conscience, which has turned into a black mark on Russian culture In one of his 1900 essays entitled "Do Not Kill", it is an accurate diagnosis of the actions of the Russian army today. about the life and relations within Russian society. The works of these great writers of world literature, although part of Russian culture, could not give the meaning that Tolstoy and Dostoevsky wanted to say. Because this operation "special" which is glorified by Russian propaganda, betrayed by the most cruel crimes and destructions,because, as Ukrainian writer Sergei Zhadan wrote, the invasion of Ukraine marks in itself the Russian humanist defeat, which has transcended the boundaries of reason. persecuted by the dictatorial regime of Putinism, talking about the role of two great writers of Russian culture, has called on compatriots to fight despotism and war. History has proven that both nurture each other, becoming provocative ideologies. the same line is the Ukrainian artist Alvetina Kahidze, who quoted Tolstoy's novel War and Peace, where in her diary she ironized the Russian oligarchy, writing: "I have read your fiction, but it is likely that Putin did not he has read it, and you have forgotten it. "