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These forces were privately funded by oligarchs – the most known being Igor Kolomoisky, an energy magnate billionaire and then-governor of the Dnipropetrovska region.
originally posted by: DAVID64
a reply to: RussianTroll
If you're going to plagiarize, at least change the words around so it's not so obvious. How many times have you done this ?
Russia in the past has served as a meeting point for right-wing populists and radicals from around Europe. In 2015, St. Petersburg hosted the "International Russian Conservative Forum." Participants included the former chairman of the German extreme-right National Democratic Party (NPD), Udo Voigt, as well as representatives from Italy's extreme-right Forza Nuova party, Greece's neo-fascist Golden Dawn party and Italy's far-right League (Lega) party.
In 2017, just prior to presidential elections in France, Marine Le Pen — then the leader of French far-right party National Front, which was renamed Rassemblement National in 2018 — visited Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow. Le Pen advocated closer ties with Russia and criticized European Union sanctions against the country. The National Front also received a €9 million ($10.2 million) loan from a Russian bank.
The training center and club organizers have very close ties to Russia's Christian Orthodox extremists. The chairman of the club and founder of the training center is reportedly Denis Gariev, who is also one of the key figures behind the Russian Imperial Movement, or RIM, which was designated as a terrorist organization by the United States government in April 2020.
By its own account, the Russian Imperial Movement is a monarchist, "orthodox-patriotic," "right-wing conservative" organization fighting for "white supremacy." RIM is not considered a terrorist group in Russia. However, the country's Ministry of Justice categorized the organization's website, as well as a number of its online articles, as extremist.
As a German, especially in the 80s, we always had some nazi groups somewhere and nothing ever came of them.
It certainly didn't mean all Germans were nazis and deserved a war.
originally posted by: Madrusa
a reply to: dashen
The Khazarian Nazi-themed Fetish Club would shock many if they were capable of understanding that depth of depravity, if they could grasp the finer points of Anti-Nomian, Putin is not waging war against Nazi's but against Fetish clubs such as the Free Masons, but he's just the other side of that Khazarian protection racket which is even worse than Nazi-themed Fetish Clubs as he claims to work for God rather than the Devil.
Essentially, fetishism is the attribution of inherent value, or powers, to an object.