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The movement advocates the expulsion of non-Russians and an increased role for traditional Russian institutions such as the Russian Orthodox Church. The organization is currently unregistered federally in Russia.
In 1999, the Moscow headquarters of the group were closed. During the second Chechen War, the RNU supported Russian officers accused of crimes in Chechnya.
At the peak of its popularity in 1999, RNU was estimated to have 100,000 active members all over Russia by state officials. They are now only a shadow of what they once were, and have been inactive and somewhat dormant for many years now.
originally posted by: Agent_USA_Supporter
Still waiting for ACTUAL evidence that Russia was behind the downing of the Malaysian airliner.
Today, Svoboda holds a larger chunk of its nation's ministries (nearly a quarter, including the prized defense portfolio) than any other far-right party on the continent. Ukraine's deputy prime minister represents Svoboda (the smaller, even more extreme "Right Sector" coalition fills the deputy National Security Council chair), as does the prosecutor general and the deputy chair of parliament -- where the party is the fourth-largest. And Svoboda's fresh faces are scarcely different from the old: one of its freshmen members of parliament is the founder of the "Joseph Goebbels Political Research Centre" and has hailed the Holocaust as a "bright period" in human history.
And here is another interesting article discussing Russian nationalists in Ukraine...
But let's not talk about that because they are pro Russian, but instead call all Ukraine fighters and government Nazi's because that's the in thing to do now.
But the Ukrainian government are Jewish. I don't understand why Nazis would support them. Or do you mean the rebels are Nazis? Serious question
Mr Biletsky is also head of an extremist Ukrainian group called the Social National Assembly. “The historic mission of our nation in this critical moment is to lead the White Races of the world in a final crusade for their survival,” he wrote in a recent commentary. “A crusade against the Semite-led Untermenschen.”
The battalion itself is founded on right wing views, the commander said in Urzuf, and no Nazi convictions could exclude a recruit.
The main character of the book, Harm Wulf, adopts the wolfsangel as a badge against the occupying forces of the ruling princes.
ATSers are good in debunking photoshopped pictures, ask them for some help...
For example ukrainian source from 2006.03.24