Putin takes lead in denouncing militant nationalism and "rise of Nazism" in the West

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2014-05-08 11:30

Putin, during a meeting with leaders of Armenia, Tajikistan, Kyrgzstan and Belarus on May 8, 2014, warns of growing Militant Nationalism and "Nazi" Ideology in Europe

MOSCOW, May 8 (RIA Novosti) – Militant nationalism, which has led to the appearance of Nazi ideology, is raising its head in Europe, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday.

“Here and there militant nationalism is again raising its head, the same kind that brought on the appearance of Nazi ideology,” Putin said during a meeting with the leaders of Armenia, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Belarus.

[For those who have been cheering Putin on, what is Golden Dawn in Greece but "militant nationalism?" -cy]


Is he drumming up the Asiatic hordes to finish Europe off for good?

The arrogant Central-Asian clique really thinks THEY have won over "Nazi"-Germany. Without American tanks and a two-front war with 4 world empires against the Axis, the Eurasian Union would have made a very bad impression, hands down.

If the Communists hadn't buddied up with their fake class enemies, the Red Army would have been transported to where they belong: to Hell and reincarnated through Vladimir Putin. 

I don't know if you read this already. It is from 2012. It pretty sums up Putin's position on Russian Nationalists. 


Here are some quotes from the article:

There was no reason to legitimize them," prominent opposition figure Vladimir Ryzhkov said [of the more extreme nationalists]. "It's like the Nazis in the 1920s — they were marginal until they got support from politicians and businessmen, and it brought the whole of Europe to ruin."

It was Bolshevism out of Russia that brought Europe to ruin ... not the "Nazis!" Also some of these opposition figures are against the corruption in government and immigration. They are not National-Socialists.

Nationalists staunchly supported Putin for much of his first two presidential terms in 2000-2008, and Putin frequently incorporated nationalist rhetoric in his speeches.

But now Nationalists have turned against Putin. They know he's not on their side. 

Speakers' most common demand was for the body of the late Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin to be removed from a mausoleum near the Kremlin.

They are anti-Soviet, while Putin has become more pro-Soviet.

"This is the tip of the iceberg," he added. "The Kremlin is worried that nationalist sentiment will become uncontrollable."

Putin represents "The Kremlin." This is his worry and why he's coming out and talking so anti-Nationalist the way he is, because he's taking advantage of his current rush of popularity.

There are the neocons in the West, and the neocommies in the East, like Putin.  When Chechenya was about to break up from the Russian Federation, the despot Putin simply ordered the Russian airforce to turn Grosny into ashes.   One more step toward Putin's new Eurasian Empire!