Russia’s Weird Anti-Nazi Campaign and Europe and America’s Weird Rejection of It

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 26, 2014

Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov delivers his address at the 69th session of the United Nations General Assembly
Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov delivers his address at the 69th session of the United Nations General Assembly

So Russia is funding all sorts of right-wing parties in Europe, apparently including the Golden Dawn in Greece, with loans that no one else will give them.

Meanwhile, they are obsessed with talking about Nazism and racism. They recently introduced their annual non-binding resolution in the UN to condemn the glorification of historical Nazism as well as the current rise of neo-Nazism, which they have repeatedly claimed is everywhere.

Please note that this resolution also condemns “all forms of racism, xenophobia and intolerance.”

Bro, we all want to like you.  But we don't want to get Jewed.
Bro, we all want to like you. But we don’t want to get Jewed.

The US and Canada, along with the Ukraine, rejected the resolution, and the EU nations abstained from voting. The West is claiming that Russia isn’t really against Nazism, they are just using this as an excuse to vilify the Ukraine. I hope they’re right.


Russia has portrayed Ukrainian groups, such as Right Sector and UNA-UNSO [Ukrainian National Assembly – Ukrainian People’s Self-Defense] as neo-Nazi groups, and the crisis in Ukraine hung over the committee’s proceedings.

The United States, which annually rejects the resolution for reasons including language that could be interpreted to limit free speech and assembly, this year also expressed “alarm” over Russia’s “recent efforts to vilify others by loosely using terms such as “Nazi or “Fascist.”

U.S. representative Terri Robl told the session “the government of Russia has employed this rhetoric during the current crisis in Ukraine, including against the current Ukrainian government.”

Ukraine’s representative said his government is “against this cynical attempt of the Russian Federation to present itself as a champion of combating Nazism and neo-Nazism while repeating those same crimes against my nation.”

He also noted that Ukrainians equally condemn Hitler and Stalin as international criminals.

The European Union says its members strongly oppose Nazism and racism, but that the resolution is too restrictive on freedom of expression and assembly. The European Union also says the resolution ignores other racist and totalitarian ideologies.

This year, the European Union says, its members are concerned that Russia is using the goal of fighting neo-Nazism as a pretext to cover the “the illegal annexation of a part of a sovereign State.” Russia annexed Ukraine’s Crimea region in March.

Khrushcheva noted that the problem is not really with the resolution, which had wide international backing, but with the fact that Russia uses these exercises for its own political purposes.

“It is not because they are so against glorification of the Nazi ideology, it is just because in this particular case it serves their own purpose, because they do need to brand Ukraine – the Kyiv government, or some actions of the Kyiv government, or some affiliation of the Kyiv government – as the sort of branch of the Nazi ideology,” she said.

Russia’s foreign ministry said it was “extremely regrettable” that there were “no” votes and abstentions on the resolution.

In my article on Russia yesterday, some commenters pointed out that Russia has no obligation to support Nazism. That is certainly fair enough, Russia has no obligation to an historical figure which did indeed attack her. I am capable of understanding that the fact that Hitler was more than justified in attacking Russia is not of any particular concern to Russia, as it doesn’t make a lot of sense to condemn your own history.

That said, surely Russia is surely capable of not making such a huge deal out of this, and also capable of not attacking modern neo-Nazis, are they not? And is not extending the condemnation of Nazism to “all forms of racial intolerance” going way too far?

What is important and necessary to note here is that what I like about Russia is what they do. They fight the Western Jew powers, they help Assad and Iran fight the Jews, they fight the faggot agenda, they arrest billionaire Jew criminals, they increase the White birthrate, they limit degeneracy in their media, they endorse Christianity and help the church expand its power. And now he is funding all of these right-wing forces in Europe.

Putin will have to engage in some hardcore Jewy actions (rather than mere Jewy speech) to make me forget the joy I felt the first time I saw this picture.
Putin will have to engage in some hardcore Jewy actions (rather than mere Jewy speech) to make me forget the joy I felt the first time I saw this picture.  Just look at the grins on the faces of those riot police!

All of the things I don’t like are things they say. They spew this idiot anti-racist gibberish, they pay lip-service to the Jewish rats, and… I guess that’s about it.

So it is an on-going conundrum, and not one I am presently willing to draw any definite conclusions about. What is true is that actions do speak louder than words, and while Putin’s words are anti-Nazi, his actions are closer to Nazi than any other White European nation on the planet since the fall of South Africa.