Lombardi

We all have something interesting in our own history, if you just find it out. All of us are children of winners and victories, we are survived to this times hundreds and thousands generations, or even more. It’s good to know own history. For me it’s amazing to share a same Y-chromosome with the lombardian man. Maybe it not the worst possible father in the humand kind.

Lombardi

There isn’t evidences that Finns has been vikings, but geological have found the sword that was from the king of superpower Byzantine Empire Constantine VIII’s personal body guard’s weapon that has been brought to Mynänmäki in Finland, probably it has been brought here from Black Sea area. [8, 27]

Image 1. Germanic tribes, called as barbarians In Roman Empire. [9]

Lombardi is a tribe that was a very different compared to all other Germanic tribes. Rome haven’t opposite Lombardians move to Italia. Why this happened? I think our image about Lomardians (Winnilis) is totally wrong in this time. [18, 26]

Image 2. Lombardians migration to Italia. [1]
Image 3. Lombardian women in Italia. [9]

I think that lombardian people was very well liked people in Roman Empire. It’s impossible that they fought lot of against Roman people. Also there isn’t much evidences about fighting. Actually Germanic tribes has an alliance with Rome that they will not attack against Rome. Lombardian doesn’t had this alliance with Rome, they wasn’t Germanic tribe in Classical antiquity. [26]

The Kingdom of the Lombards.

It’s just impossible that Lombardian get in Italia by war. Or if it really happened it was something very different type of war than Germanic tribes tried. Why all Germanic tribes just kept they own positions while lombardian people moved in Italia and founded the Kingdom of the Lombards? [18]

Written history of Europe.

Beging of the written Finnish history

Finland is like a blind spot for other Europeans, they don’t know anything about our country. I heard from my Polish friend that they thought that Finland has been full of dragons back to then. It was a little bit sad because Swedish supported Finnish soldiers must fought without any good reason in Poland, because Swedish had they own war against Poland [11].

Image 4. Vinland map before inventing a compass. [25]

For me it was interesting to realize that Poland supported Finnish peasants against Swedish. My past is in these respected peasant people, so it’s actually very nice to understand an new thing from own Finnish past [37]. It was like a civil war in 16th century, where the official Polish King of Sweden Sigismund III Vasa supported Finnish people and Finland has an own independent country. [17]

Image 5. Family tree before Isoviha in Jewish service myHeritage. [21, 22]

This is something they don’t teach for us in elementary school. Finns has had even a possibility to have an own country by support of Polish king, but Finnish want to stay on another king of Sweden Charles 14th side, unfortunately Finns peasants fight against Finnish own Swedish supported leaders and army. Norsemen (?) was the Vikings in the history. We call Sweden as ”Ruotsi” in our very old Finnish language. Finnish word ”Venäjä” (”Russia” in English) have same root with the proto-Germanic word /ˈwi.ni.ðɑz/ that means Slav people, it comes from the proto-Indo-European word *wenh₁- that means ”to love” in English [23, 24]. Finnish are very loyal to use old word. Finns must to stay like as slaves under Germanic kingdom of Sweden, but our own leaders made this idiotic decision. The written history from 16th century is very speculative, it’s like a begin of our written history. [17]

”Both Charles and one of his predecessors, Eric XIV (1560–68), took their regnal numbers according to a fictitious history of Sweden. He was actually the third Swedish king called Charles.” Wiki

Under and behind the slowly but on long-time development under the Kingdom of Sweden. Russians tried to conquer Finland unsuccessfully, they said that Russians done two never forget and always memorized genocides (Isoviha[12] and Pikkuviha[13]) against Finnish population while Swedish army couldn’t to protect Finnish people. Russia had long time to expand their country all over the world, mean while Finnish developed slowly. Isoviha is the main source for the hate of Russian in Finland. Some times later Finland was Grand Duchy of Finland as an autonomous part of the Russian Empire [14]. Swedish army is like a joke today, Finnish aren’t waiting any attacks or military support from the west [15, 16].

In World War 2, maybe it was same on war with Germanians vs Romans.

I learnt from my elementary school that the time of Russian Empire was a very good time in the Finnish history, Russians really respected Finnish people as Slavic people. Sometimes Finnish people was starving because Finnish leader don’t want to ask a food support from Russians, but probably it was Finnish leaders own fault. Also there was lot of worst starving when Finnish was in the Kingdom of Sweden. When Finnish was in Russian Empire that wasn’t anything like Poles had in Soviet Union in the Stalin time. Russia also gave us the independent country called as Finland.

Finnish never attacked against Russia as much as Germany probably wanted in World War 2. Actually Finland wasn’t well prepared for Winter War, Finland and Russia made peace when Finland haven’t anymore war equipment. Finns was the Aryan Super Soldiers race in Nazi propaganda, it was based on a research of languages before any DNA research we have in today. Finland kept the independence after World War 2.

Ryssän kauhu, Winter War based game about the Stalin time. [19]

Finnish soldiers had Maxim M/09-21 machine guns in Talvisota. It was a very useful weapon against the Soviet soldiers on battlefield in World War 2. Finnish people talk frequently about an Finnish SMG [29].

The Maxim Machine Gun
Finnish anti-tank weapons

Of course the story about dragons wasn’t a true. Maybe Polish got the idea from our tar production that was produced as a protective product for wooden ships. It was a great nation secret in medieval times. Finns has been always quite innovative people, last the great innovation was Nokia Inc. [10]

Still we like to ask from foreign people about Finland, especially people in USA don’t know where Finland is located. Finnish people like to be a shy, loyal, secret, and have a low profile personality. We got our poor self-esteem from our past under the Kingdom of Sweden. All evidences about the Finnish history before 1520’s is extremely valuable, probably we have a greater history than we really could realize. [20]

Written history of World.

Finland have a great history, but most Finns itself doesn’t know it very well. Probably it’s something do with our culture, we like to be a super hideous people. Maybe it was very good decision hundreds years ago. Lot of information has been forget, and we haven’t wrote our history on written form. Some other countries and people speak about their best part of population, but in Finland we care and are proud of about our worst part of our sub-population. Maybe it view about succession of the society. [28]

Future

The best thing that could happen in Finnish foreign policy is that Karelia become an independent country including Vyborg, and maybe Murmansk too. Also it would be a great progress for Karelia Area future. For Russians it will decrease borderline that they must protect by their own defense force. It would be a very neutral Finnish-Russian country that Russian don’t need to be scary about. Ofcourse it should happen peacefully, it should been seen as better relationship and partnership with Finnish and Russians. It would decrease Finnish dependency to Sweden.

Everyone is talking about Finnish partnership in NATO, but I don’t think is as good thing as people believes. It would just decrease Finnish security. Maybe it’s good for USA and some other western countries. Probably Swedish people belives that Finnish is better defense than Nato. Finland looks like a bait for Russia on their fingers.

Image 6. NATO is enlarging.

My Y-chromosome

Tämän kuvan alt-attribuutti on tyhjä; Tiedoston nimi on y-kromsomi1.png
Image 7. My paternal line on 23AndMe service.

”Your paternal line stems from a young branch of I-M253 called I-L22, which likely arose in the last 3,000 years. I-L22 is most common in Northern Europe, but a recent study found that this haplogroup was present in a significant portion of the Partecipanza population living in San Giovanni in Persiceto, Italy.

The area of San Giovanni in Persiceto was involved in a migration period in 728 AD, when it became part of the Lombard kingdom, under King Aistulf. San Giovanni in Persiceto was only under Lombard rule for 48 years, after which the Lombards were defeated by King Charlemagne in 776 AD. There are several characteristics of San Giovanni in Persiceto that link it to other Lombard settlements. For instance, some research suggests San Giovanni in Persiceto was the seat of a Lombard Duke between 750 and 800 AD. It is possible that the Lombards who ruled over San Giovanni in Persiceto played an important role in the introduction and growth of haplogroup I-L22 in the region.” [2, 3]

”The Kingdom of the Lombards (Latin: Regnum Langobardorum) also known as the Lombard Kingdom; later the Kingdom of (all) Italy (Latin: Regnum totius Italiae), was an early medieval state established by the Lombards, a Germanic people, on the Italian Peninsula in the latter part of the 6th century. The king was traditionally elected by the highest-ranking aristocrats, the dukes, as several attempts to establish a hereditary dynasty failed. The kingdom was subdivided into a varying number of duchies, ruled by semi-autonomous dukes, which were in turn subdivided into gastaldates at the municipal level. The capital of the kingdom and the center of its political life was Pavia in the modern northern Italian region of Lombardy.” [4]

Image 8. Lombards in C. AD 600. [4]
Tämän kuvan alt-attribuutti on tyhjä; Tiedoston nimi on FamilyTreeDNA_N123854.png
Image 9. Someone have also same haplogroup with me on Family Tree DNA service in my birth place. [5]

The Tree of Life

Image 10. The Evolution Tree of Life.
Spread of life isn’t linear.

”Genes from a virus that was stitched into the human genome thousands of years ago are active, producing proteins in the human brain and other tissues, according to researchers at the University of Washington School of Medicine and the Laval University School of Medicine in Quebec, Canada.” [31]

Image 11. Family Tree of Coronavirus. [31, 32]

We have a great part of our own DNA from viruses. Some virus genes are even active, without any disase or illness [33, 34]. For example Alzhaimer disase is linked to the Herpes virus. Hepres Virus based Cold Sores aren’t as fatal anymore, as it was in medieval times. Still the Herpes virus could produce dangerous and fatal proteines in a human brains. [35]

”I realize very well that I’m not a very success man in my personal life.” -administrator [32, 36]

REFERENSES

[1] Wiki: Lombardi migration
[2] PubMed: Traces of medieval migrations in a socially stratified population from Northern Italy. Evidence from uniparental markers and deep-rooted pedigrees.
[3] PubMed: Punctuated bursts in human male demography inferred from 1,244 worldwide Y-chromosome sequences.
[4] Wiki: Kingdom of the Lombards
[5] FamilyTreeDNA: I1d – L22 – Y-DNA Member Distribution Map
[6] Prezi: The Lombards
[7] Fandom: Kingdom of the Lombards
[8] Wiki: Vikings and Finns
[9] Wiki: Lombards history
[10] Tuppu.fi: Our oldest profitable industry
[11] Wiki: Hakkapeliitta
[12] Wiki: Isoviha
[13] Wiki: Pikkuviha
[14] Wiki: Grand Duchy of Finland
[15] Sverige Radio: Police hunt for armoured vehicle stolen from the army
[16] Business Insider: Sweden busted a man who impersonated a military officer for 18 years, worked at NATO headquarters, and even had contact with Russia
[17] Wiki: Cudgel War
[18] Helluland News: Lombards and Vikings
[19] Wiki: Winter War
[20] Wiki: Early Finnish Wars
[21] MyHeritage: Liikala Family Tree
[22] Wiki: גלעד יפת
[23] Wikinary: /ˈwi.ni.ðɑz/
[24] Wikinary: *wenh₁-
[25] Wiki: Vinland map
[26] Tuppu.fi: Origo Gentis Langobardorum, 650 AD
[27] KirjavaKeskiaika: Miekka (Helsinki, Kansallismuseo, 8911:91)
[28] Peda: Welfare state
[29] Varusteleka: Finnish Submachine Gun M/31
[30] SieniBoxi.fi
[31] Scientic American: Virus Mutations Reveal How COVID-19 Really Spread
[32] Tuppu.fi: Success
[33] Genes from ‘fossil’ virus in human DNA found to be active
[34] BiomedCenter: The viral content of human genomes is more variable than we thought
[35] Stat: Using human brain tissue in lab dishes, researchers show herpes link to Alzheimer’s
[36] Tuppu.fi: Men of the Own Age Set
[37] History Collection: Past Time of Peasants

Finnish language

Finnish Language is one of the world oldest language. Even our literal language is just 500 years old, but our spoken language is thousands years old [15]. Sometimes people says that our language is one of the world hardest languages to learn, because it’s a very differential compared to Germanic languages, auctually Finnish basic words are more similar with Proto-Germanic language. The Finnish grammar is probably more similar with the grammar of Hebrew than English grammar. Easiest way to learn our language is speak it. We are Finnish by language, people and culture, but also we have an own country nowadays.

Image 1. Finno-ugric languages.

Let’s get started

People would be interested to learn our language. While many people have moved from different counties to Finland they have learned to speak Finnish language in the long time in our history. Only Sámi people are the orginal Finnish people ethnically, they are the amazing and indigenous people in Lapland, the only one in whole Europe [25]. Other europeans are more and even more shit children of violent kings and lying popes and so on from the dark medieval times [26, 27] I think that the spoken language is still very useful and effective in modern times.

Image 2. Our beauty and exotic language, sound’sPowerness.

There is a lot of web pages where you can learn this language. I’m a native speaker of Finnish, so i’m not speaking it perfectly. Our language is so complex that it is almost impossible to speak it correctly in fluent way, but by spoken it sounds more logical than it looks like in written form. Our language is older than all known written text. It’s a little bit broken in manyways, full of exeptions. It does it very hard to write a super describle and explicite Finnish text in correct form. For example I don’t know how to translate ’a cigarette’ to Finnish Language, we call it as ’(a) tobacco’ for this reason. [1, 2, 3]

Image 3. Finnish Language is explicitly read as it is written, even the origin meaning of the letters is missed. [13, 24]
Image 4. Evolution of cuneiform writing.

Long vowels is very big problem for many peoples, but native speaker hear difference very well and it’s a big and hard part of our language. Especially in spoken language these will be important, if you like to speak in fluent way. Maybe some people will never learn these, so it’s not so big problem, if you don’t learn these. It’s just like an accent. if you try to speak about number six or spruce (kuusi), you would talk in low-style about piss (kusi) mistakenly.

In English, in English languageSuomessa, suomen kielessä
housetalo
in house, on the housetalossa
to housetaloon
from housetalosta
house’s wife, wife of the housetalon vaimo
in house’s wife, on house’s wifetalon vaimossa
to house’s wife, to wife of the housetalon vaimoon
from house’s wife, from wife of the housetalon vaimosta
house’s son, son of the housetalon poika
peasanttalonpoika
soundääni 🙀
powervoima
powenessvoimakkuus
sound’s powernessäänen voimakkuus
sound’s powerness, volumeäänenvoimakkuus, voluumi (not used commonly)
wife’s house, house of the wifevaimon talo
the wife’s house, the house of the wifevaimontalo
in wife’s house, on wife’s housevaimon talossa
to wife’s housevaimon taloon
from wife’s housevaimon talosta
Table 1. some basics of the Finnish words, if you want to say or write something in simply Finnish.

I speak my language by starting main thing, after that I say sub-things related to the main thing. It’s something quite similar within object oriented programming language, actually our language is a polymorphic. Germanic languages are more structured. For example we don’t have any articles on our languages, switch explains that is the word a generic (a) or specific (the) word. The main reason is that we start sentences from specific thing and then it goes to more generic or less important things. [4]

in Englishsuomen kielellä (by language of the finland)
I am going to house.Minä menen taloon.
*spoken: (you can use a different type of vowels in this kind of words, even a long and mixtured vowels. There is some reserved vowels for the tribes of Finland [22].) meen taloon.
I am going from house.Minä menen talosta.
*spoken: meen talosta. Someones drop out the last ’a’, especially when the sentence continue.
You are going to house.Sinä menet taloon.
*spoken: meet taloon.
He/she is going to house.Hän menee taloon.
*spoken: se menee taloon.
We are going to house.Me menemme taloon.
*spoken: me mennään taloon. or: mennään taloon.
He/she is going from house.Hän menee talosta.
He/she is going from house to kitchen.Hän menee talosta keittiöön.
He/she is going in house to kitchen.Hän menee talossa keittiöön.
It is going from kitchen in wife’s house.Se menee keittiöstä vaimon talossa.
Asshole is going from wife’s house’s kitchen to own house!Persereikä menee vaimon talon keittiöstä omaan kotiin!
He/she is going to own house from kitchen, now from wife’s house.Hän menee omaan kotiin keittiöstä, nyt vaimon talosta.
*it’s possible to say as long sentences as you have a breath in your lungs, but we try avoid these in written language.
Table 2. some sentences as example.

That is what I know about my own language. Maybe some people would have an own vision about the language, but I have survived with my Finnish to this day. Of course this wasn’t all about the language, but it is like an intro to our language.

History

Finnish is thousands years old language. Roots of Finnish language comes from 6000 years old language, Finnish language itself is 3000 years old. [15]

”Our country’s language is a so weird secret language, so that the response should be given for the suitable Finnish people to do it.” -Admin [17]

Our literal language development started at Martin Luther University in 16th century, when Mikael Agricola wrote the first Books in Finnish [10]. Probably most important book was ABC book that was made to teach the written language [5]. Also there was very important books like New Testament in Finnish. [6]

We have a Latin pronounce on our language. If you can speak Finnish then you can read Latin Language, Latin was a very explicit and only academically allowed language back to then. Or if you learn to read Latin, then you can read Finnish text even you don’t understand anything you are reading for.

Spurdo Spärde have a very bad Finnish accent and excellent Finnish pronounce.

We are very conservative to use our old words. We have words like ”omena” that means ”apple” and it perhaps comes from thousands years old Indo-Iranian language [7, 14]. Also we call ”car” as ”auto”. We have holiday ”Pääsiäinen” that is ”Easter” is Central Europe. Our word ”kuningas” is spelled exactly same way as the ”kuningaz” word in proto-Germanic language [20, 21]. There is lot of people whose want to rewrite the history, maybe I could do something similar sometimes [16].

Finnish people are peaceful.
Image 5. Mikael Agricola. [13]

“There is only one good, knowledge, and one evil, ignorance.” -Socrates

REFERENSES

[1] InfoFinland: Finnish Online
[2] Taste of Finnish: A Taste of Finnish
[3] World Dive: Learn Finnish Online
[4] Hackr.io: Programming Paradigms
[5] Wiki: ABC-book
[6] OPH: Life and Work of Michael Agricola
[7] Wikinary: Omena
[8] Google Translate: Musta ihminen (Finnish) -> Niger (Latin)
[9] Tuppu.fi: Family Research
[10] Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg: Creating knowledge since 1502
[11] Top Universities: Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
[12] Times High Education: Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
[13] Place for Truth: Mikael Agricola and the Reformation in Finland
[14] Wiki: Indo-Iranian languages
[15] Finland: Where Does Finnish Come From
[16] The Atlantic: The Idea That Whites Can’t Refer to the N-Word
[17] Tuppu.fi: Our oldest profitable industry
[18] Resposive Voice: Text to speech
[19] Tuppu.fi: Culture differences
[20] Wikipedia: Proto-Germanic language
[21] Wikinary: Proto-Germanic/kuningaz
[22] Quora: What are the tribes of Finland?
[23] AncientHistory: The Phoenician Alphabet & Language
[24] Wiki: Phoenician alphabet / Table of letters
[25] VisitFinland: meet the Sámi
[26] Tuppu.fi: Medieval times
[27] Tuppu.fi: Lombardi

Introverst vs extroverts

There is two different types of the people. Some are extroverts and some are introverts. I think that this is a good, different types of people is good thing. It’s something like the two genres of sex. it’s not good that all are similar, the difference of people is richness and strength.

Image 1. Extroverts vs introverts.

The introvert view

I have read the Bill Gates’s book that published in 1995. He had very good vision, also he was the World richest man back to then. He said that some people change the World by making babies, some people change the World by changing the systems. Some body said that Bill Gates was a king of nerds in back to then. [1]

Bill Gates was a great leader, who has and have very good ideas about changing the World. Maybe that is why he is so successful man. He’s very creed, but still have lot of empathy and wisdom.

My view

I had long time a view that world is wrong. but now I had changed my mind. I understand that I have to change myself for the world. Something was wrong with me. Now I am a religious man, after understanding about limitations of myself. [4]

For some people the corona time is very hard times, but not for the all people. I think that this time is good for me, so many things had changed to better in my life. Also there is some other people that haven’t seen any bad changes in their life. [2]

I hadn’t had any relationship with any woman when I graduated from University. That was very hard time for my mental health. It’s terrible hard to realize that correct place for me was in a gas chamber. Maybe things are going to better in my life, but still I’m little bit psychotic personality. [3]

Best things with in Corona

Greatest thing with the corona is that we don’t have any sport in TV! Now we can watch a TV without anything like it. Also there isn’t any unnecessary meetings anywhere, no with EU and other institutes. Also I can see and get more a friends easier, because we don’t have any bars and restaurants open.

I was praying God to change the World. God answered for me that thing will change to better, and that happened [4]. After that some God showed the light for me, it was like a promise of something better [5].

After Corona

Greatest hope for me is that people will understand each others. I really hope that people understand what is be a alone man in the World. Also I hope that people will understand how hard it is to be a extrovert. [2]

For example for me this time is the best time in my life. Actually I haven’t feel mentally as healthy as now for ever. Everything is good and I have more friends than ever. My worst time was when I was a young man. I was very sick by mentally, I was all the time losing my mind. It was a terrible times, but now everything is going to better and easier. I just want this time will never end.

REFERENSSIT

[1] Amazon: The Road Ahead, Bill Gates
[2] YLE: Kun Teija Hakalin erosi, hän sai vihdoin olla yksin
[3] Tuppu.fi: Loneliness
[4] Tuppu.fi: Evankelium
[5] CNN: Scientists spotted what might be the biggest hole ever recorded in the Arctic’s ozone layer

COVID-19 is a new black plague

There is a new global illness that is a great or global crises too. It’s not just a small problem of health care system, because it will have even gigantic impact for both of private and public sector of all sectors in the all countries on the Earth. This would be similar pandemic that we faced 102 year ago in World War One times, switch was called as Spanish Flu. There was 20 M – 100 M deaths in this time, but population was around 2 G people- one quarter of today world population. For example this blog is just a little bit over 1 G bytes (1 byte * 1024^3 = 1 GB and 1 byte = 8 bits, 1 GB = 8 Gb).

Spreading all over the world

Coronavirus has been found from most of the countries on this planet. Asia, EU, US, and Africa. All these have meet this terrible virus. Maybe it’s impossible to stop this virus. It’s moving like a steam train, slowly but on sustainable speed all over in to the world. This makes it very similar to Black Plague in medieval times. People can make it slower, but people can’t stop it. [1]

statistics spoiler
Image 1. Corona Virus cases on Logarithmic Scale. [1]
Image 2. Corona Virus cases by top countries in end of 2020-04-02. [1]
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There is like a three different options to the future. First one is that we will vanish the virus easily like in China and South-Korea done. Another option is that this is like Spanish Flu. The third option is a Black Plague option, where the virus stay for long time with us. In this case we just must to live with that virus for hundreds years. [2]

#1 China’s way option

If everything goes perfectly this problem would be solved soon. China got the problem in control quickly, same happened in South Korea too. In theory that means it would be possible in other counties too. Many countries are doing more strict quarantines, hoping that the virus will slow down the speed of spread in the world population. I’m not very optimistic, but I hope that I’m in the wrong with my vision.

#2 Spanish Flu option

If things are going in worst way and keeping the current trend, then the second option will become a true. Health care lost the control and the virus got most of the people infected. There will be even hundreds of millions death for this pandemic. Maybe there is uncontrolled rebelling and wars in the future. Still this will end in next two years or some years at least.

Image 3. Corona virus can be just like the Spanish flu.

#3 Black Plague option

Third option is a same what was in medieval times. Black Plague or Black Death was some years a pandemic, but there was similar illness multiple times after that. Also there was different types of plagues before Black Plague. It was time when people drank beer all the days to keep their bodies disinfected [4]. Most of the door knobs was made of antibacterial material like bronze. People wasn’t allowed to move freely. This dark medieval time took 1000 years. Are we facing something similar again?

Image 4. A doctor’s consume in Black Plague. [5]
Once Upon a Time spoiler
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Impact to the societies

There is three different vision that could be possible. All these are just like a hypothesis, but still possible vision. No one know the truth. Only God know what will happen for us. Probably the nature has made the bat plague, so only nature would know what will happen. This virus will have a random mutations and a random changed in the behavior of the future viruses.

Not so kosher diet.

REFERENSES

[1] Wordometer: Coronavirus Update
[2] YLE: Epidemy of Corona virus will continue to the next summer at least.
[3] YLE: Finland has prepared for the spread of Corona virus, published in 2013
[4] Tuppu.fi: Beer in the alcohol policy
[5] Plague Doctor’s Coronavirus mask
[6] Tuppu.fi: Finnish post is a global shame