Moscow: 10,000 March Against Immigration

Daily Stormer
November 4, 2013

On Monday, 10,000 people marched in the streets of Moscow demanding an end to immigration, and a removal of the immigrants already in the country.  Marches took place in other cities in the country as well.  The demonstrations coincided with National Unity Day, a Russian holiday.

Russians are demanding that not a single Muslim be allowed in their country.  It is fantastic.

From the Irish Independent:

Moscow has only just woken up, and Russians have only just started to recognise their identity,” said Alexander Belov, a nationalist leader and an organiser of the march. “With every day Russian nationalists are gaining more and more support across the country.”

Police said they detained around 30 marchers for wearing masks or forbidden Nazi symbols, and for other minor public order offences. No serious disturbances were reported.


Many ordinary Russians are deeply hostile to immigrants from the largely Muslim regions of Central Asia and the Caucasus, blaming them for problems such as crime and unemployment.

A recent survey by the Levada Centre polling agency, taken on the eve of Moscow’s mayoral election in September, showed that immigration topped voters’ concerns. More than half of respondents said it worried them more than any other problem.


President Vladimir Putin first established National Unity Day in 2005 to replace the Soviet-era commemoration of the Bolshevik revolution.

This year’s marches come at a particularly sensitive time, less than a month after thousands of youths rioted in a working-class Moscow suburb, Biryulyovo, following the killing of a young ethnic Russian man.

Police later arrested a citizen from the mostly Muslim country of Azerbaijan for the murder.

Maria, a 15-year-old schoolgirl with dyed red hair, said that she attended Monday’s Moscow march – her first – because of the incident.

“After what happened in Biryulovo I couldn’t not take part. I want to live in a country where immigrants act like guests, not where they own the place,” she said, declining to give her last name.

Russia, for all of her flaws, may be the Great White Hope.