"ᴡᴇ ᴀʀᴇ ᴛʜᴇ ᴘᴇᴏᴘʟᴇ ᴏꜰ ᴄʜᴇʀɴᴀʀᴜꜱ... ᴀɴᴅ ᴛʜᴇɪʀ ꜰɪꜱᴛ!"
My name is Aleksei Smirnow and I am a Proud Chernarussian from Novodmitrovsk. I was born into a patriotic Chernarussian family in August of 1985. My family consists of my Wonderful Mother Roza and my Hardworking father Dragomir who is a factory worker. Growing up, my family always had a rough time due to Russians immigrants who began stealing all the work in a soviet Chernarus. My father was always out of work due to Russian companies dominating the area which were biased and preferred to hire Russian employees. Because of this, my family was always in-and-out of poverty. Struggling to get our next meal and often cutting corners in order to survive. While Russians who immigrated to our country were given jobs and homes while we struggled to keep ours. One day, my Father was captured because of his affiliation with a nationalistic group and eventually executed for it.
At 6 years old I was left without a father, my mother already struggled to keep food on the table while my father worked a factory job to do what he could to help but without my father we would only struggle even more. My mother never recovered from the death of my father, grieving for months on end before she was sent to a psychiatric hospital after a failed suicide attempt when I found her bleeding in the bathtub with her wrists slashed. I was sent to what was left of my family which brought me to my Uncle Boris who was a Četař in the Mechanized Infantry of the CDF, stationed out of Zelenogorsk.
My Uncle was quite stern but taught me many of the skills I now know today. He was away most of the time leaving me to my aunt Natalia who was quite strict when Uncle Boris wasn’t around. Growing up I went to school in Chernogorsk, I was above average in most of my classes with my highest being Math and Science. I eventually joined the school soccer team when I reached the age of 13 and in my first two years, we succeeded in bringing my school to the regional soccer championship twice. During my teenage years, I finally joined the ZFC Chernogorsk youth Team.
Unfortunately, when I would turn 16 my uncle Boris got into an argument with two drunk soviet sympathizers at a bar and argued about how they destroyed our country. The two men got violent and were forced to leave the bar. When my uncle decided to leave, he was jumped by them and the rest of their gang while walking home. He was brutally beaten almost to death, suffering from a broken nose, a concussion, two broken ribs, and a cracked skull after they stomped on his head several times on the pavement. He was sent to the hospital in critical condition and would succumb to his injuries after 3 days in a coma.
After that, I continued playing for ZFC Chernogorsk for two more years, but my hate for the Russians grew larger until I finally made a decision.
Eventually left behind my professional soccer career to join the military in order to follow in my uncle's footsteps, going through Basic training which lasted about 6 months and was eventually placed at a Mechanized infantry out of Zelenogorsk, the same unit my Uncle was stationed at. I was given the rank of Svobodník once I completed my training for my specific occupation. I bought myself a home in Zelenogorsk and would eventually meet my wife Sophia in that same town and marry her in 2005. I progressed through many different courses in the military. Taking advanced navigation, survival, negotiation, and conduct after capture.
At the end of 2008, I progressed to the rank of Poručík and was put in charge of a platoon of soldiers within the unit. With the growth of the Chedaki threat looming in the distance the unit was prepared for an all-out war against the separatists who planned on fighting to secure the region of South Zagoria.
The civil war broke out in 2009 and I was sent to fight the Chedaki in the North, I lost many men throughout many battles spanning across several months as they broke through and fought their way to the south, capturing many of our cities as they made their way towards the region's capital. After many months of fighting, we eventually lost our control of Chernogorsk and were forced to flee, but not before I was wounded in battle by a grenade trying to safe a woman and her child, causing shrapnel to be embedded in my thigh. I spent several months recovering in a makeshift underground Hospital, set up by remaining NAPA forces.
The Chedaki made their way towards the last remaining forces and I was forced to flee while still recovering from my wounds. I discarded my uniform and put on civilian clothing and went under a false name in order to blend in with the rest of the civilians to survive while the Chedaki rounded up what was left of CDF Brass to falsely imprison or execute them. I continued to lie low for the next two years while only keeping in contact with my wife through letters because I did not want to risk getting caught and have my wife punished for my actions.
At one point she stopped answering the letters, so I made my way back home to Zelenogorsk to surprise her after not seeing her for so long, only to find that she had married another man, a filthy Russian butcher.
I left Zelenogorsk, moving back to my hometown of Novodmitrovsk in hopes of finding a job of some sort. I was able to land a job at a factory in lower Novodmitrovsk. I was able to make some friends who were working in the same factory as myself but I never revealed my full name in fear that I might be discovered and imprisoned. I was delivered a letter with no return address under the door of my apartment, inside was a flyer called “The Front” which gave me information about a Rebel Group, a group that strived towards bringing Chernarus back to its former glory, without the corruption of the current socialist government.
I followed the cryptic instructions and found a man named Dimitri and was recruited into the Chernarus Liberation Front in 2012 after being tested for a few weeks. Given my previous rank and training in the CDF, I rose through the ranks of the Liberation Front quite quickly reaching the rank of Rotný in 2016.
After many battles and operations over the next few years, I rose to the rank of Poručík in early 2018 before we went into hiding after a battle that cost us many of our soldiers and three great leaders. I went back home to my town to find that it had been broken into and completely searched. I grabbed what was still left from my home and made my way into the country in order to avoid the RAC forces looking for me and regroup with the remaining members of the Liberation Front.
In early 2020 with the Russians currently occupied with controlling the infected, we were able to grow and help fellow Chernarussians that share the same mindset. We were able to seize many Russian assets within the country and gain a foothold towards returning our country to its former glory.
𝗗𝗲𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗺𝗶𝗻𝗲𝗱 - 𝗟𝗼𝘆𝗮𝗹 - 𝗦𝘁𝘂𝗯𝗯𝗼𝗿𝗻 - 𝗣𝗲𝗿𝘀𝗶𝘀𝘁𝗲𝗻𝘁 - 𝗙𝗲𝗮𝗿𝗹𝗲𝘀𝘀 - 𝗜𝗺𝗽𝘂𝗹𝘀𝗶𝘃𝗲
If you would ask me right now how I'm feeling? I would be filled with torment. The replaying of wicked memories keeps me up at night and the echoing of war lingers over my ear as I settle down. No matter what I have been through I stay true to myself and my country and I put that first.
I'm doing what is best for true chernarussian people and keeping those dog pigs out. Nothing will stir me away from my mission and protecting my brothers and sisters at arms. Glory to the Liberation front! Glory to the chernarussian people! Bring back the days I would sit down playing chernarussian roulette and eating fresh grown Strawberries with my close friends, the feeling of sitting back with no worry in my mind will never come back to me now.
My main goal stays strong within my mind day in and day out. Get those dog pigs out my country and even worse Russians need to get the fuck out and leave our land to us! Every russian I have come across thinks they are smartasses but they don't say anything when I have my gun pointed at their heads.
They have no Discipline or Respect and most people now try call me "Dude, Buddy or Bro" people think I will be friendly with them being on my land and robbing and using strong chernarussian weaponry we will soon show them all.
" ɪ ʟᴏᴏᴋ ᴏᴜᴛ ꜰᴏʀ ᴛʜᴇ ᴘᴇᴏᴘʟᴇ ɪ ᴄᴀʟʟ ꜰᴀᴍɪʟʏ "
Dimitri - When I first joined the Cause, you taught me a lot. You have been my Mentor for all these years and I work hard to make you Proud. I couldn't imagine a better Leader for our Glorious cause and I will give my life for you without hesitation.
Boris - Ever since you joined the Liberation Front, you have been on my side. I am happy that I could teach you so much, and I am proud of what you have become. While you were captured I feared for your life every day. You can't believe how grateful I was to bring you back to South Zagoria. The circumstances were hard, and I am so sorry I could not save your father. I am very sure that you will succeed him and that you will lead us to glory. I know that I made the right decision to decline my promotion to Major, so you could follow in your father's footsteps. I will follow you into death, my bratr!
Damek - We two go way back... Ever since I met you I knew that I can rely on you. You are someone I would call my best friend, even tho we have our disagreements from time to time... Glory to the Liberation Front, my friend. Together we will rid the country of all these Dogpigs!
Radzig - You have saved my life multiple times. You are a great asset to the Front and I trust you a lot. I can't hold back my smile when you call yourself my personal physician. You are one of the best combat medics out there and I am glad that I met you.
Lučina - I still remember the day you found us at Black Lake... Back then I didn't know how valuable you'd become for the cause and me personally. Your leadership skills impress me and I am proud of what you achieved within the Liberation front. Whenever we have a calm moment together and just talk, it feels like I can finally ease my mind and calm down. Thank you for showing me how to be happy again.
Marek - Marek... I have nothing but respect for you! You founded the Liberation Front when the country was in dire need! Together we will Liberate our country from all the Ruskies and the RAC bitches! GLORY TO THE LIBERATION FRONT!!!
Yana - I've known you for long now. We lost each other a lot, but for some reason, we've always found each other again. You helped me through my journey in the CLF with all the information you provided. I will never forgive myself for what happened to you. You came back into my life once again and now things got complicated. I wish we would've talked more about the important things back in the days.
Ester - I am very happy that I found you again. You are one of the most important people in my life and I don't want to lose you again. The year I "raised" you has been a memory I went back to a lot. I promised you that one day, I will help you fight for our country and avenge your mother.. that time has come now..
Drahoslav - One of my best friends.. I loved coming to your bar when things where calmer. The memories I have are some that I hold dear. The years in the front have been rough and I was glad to have a good friend like you on my side. Sadly, you trusted the wrong people and eventually one of your "best friends" took you down with him. I miss you so much, brat...
" ɢᴏᴏᴅ ᴘᴇᴏᴘʟᴇ ɪ ᴄᴀɴ ᴄᴀʟʟ ᴏɴ ꜰᴏʀ ʜᴇʟᴘ "
Amalie - I trust you a lot. I have enjoyed every second I spent with you and I am glad you understand what the Chernarussian people went through. You can be so strong, but you have been blinded for too long. I am very happy I could open your eyes and guide you into the right direction. You are a person I would never want to miss.. dogpig..
Midori - You speak like Dogpig. Still, you do good work for the Cause, and helped me when I needed it. You good talker even though it sounds weird. You good man.. uh woman!
Krystof - You are a good man! You fight proudly for the cause and I can always rely on you! Continue the way you are doing right now and you will have a great future! You do have to open your mouth more often though!
Petr - You old man with weird voice BUT I like the way you think. Bad taste for Football team but I can look over that! Your Passion for the cause is great and with a bit more work, you can outplay the younger Soldiers!
June - Probably one of the only Dogpigs I like. I know how important you are to one of my men. You and your people helped a lot in fighting off the Dogpigs. I hope that I won't regret trusting you and your people.
Drahomir - You have SHIT taste if it comes to Football Team... But well you got your ass beaten for it. Your face looks funny but i don't mind. You are a good man I can rely on, even tho you still lack discipline! Get your shit together and you will achieve good things.
Scout - You are Innocent Kid that got dragged into this. I can understand that your heart isn't fully committed to the cause. Growing up in Dogpig country must've been hard for you. I hope you will come back to the Front soon and in one piece.
Eliska - You are a person I can talk to without being annoyed about it. You don't share the same view as I do on everything, but that is fine. I enjoy the talks we have and I am very sure that at one point you will be strong enough to sacrifice more for the cause.
" ʏᴏᴜ ᴀʀᴇ ᴏᴋᴀʏ...... ɴᴏᴛ ʀᴇᴀʟʟʏ "
Radomir - You are doing good work but recently you did things on your own too much. Follow your orders and do what I tell you, then you will have a great future in front of you!
Han Lee - You are probably one of the weirdest individuals I've ever met! You talk funny and the clothing you wear is weird. But you somewhat support the cause and are good fist-fighter.
" ʏᴏᴜ ꜰᴜᴄᴋᴇᴅ ᴜᴘ ʀᴇᴀʟ ʙᴀᴅ ɪꜰ ʏᴏᴜ ᴀʀᴇ ᴏɴ ᴛʜɪꜱ ʟɪꜱᴛ "
" ʏᴏᴜ ᴀʀᴇ ꜰᴜᴄᴋᴇᴅ "
Lesley - You disgusting piece of shit. The way you treat women is a disappointment for every man that walks on earth. You are a smiple minded piece of shit that has no respect of the sacrifices and struggles people go through. I will destroy your fucking life.. and I will make sure to keep you alive so I can see you suffer.
Bishop - You are a little stupid idiot. We protected you and your idiot ass and you ratted everyone out. You blame it on Viktor backstabbing you but you did that even before that happens. I hope you get ball cancer.
Natalya - It's not worth wasting breath on you. Viktor should've finished what he started back then.
Viktor - You are a worthless imbecilní. You betray the men who saved your life and even put your own daughter at risk for it. You blame other people for the shit you created and then run and turn over to the enemy because you can't face the consequences. I can't wait for the day I find you. You shall also get ball cancer, imbecilní!
RAC - You are all little whiny bitch. Fuck off from my country, dogpig idiots!
Red X's show grenade shrapnel [ Healed ]
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