Neo-Nazi Terrorists Invade Russia, Kill Civilians

Russians remember the “Great Patriotic War” and Nazi atrocities.

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The CIA, through its long-time and trusted propaganda unit, RFR/RL (Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty), reported on the Bryansk attack by an heir of the Russian Liberation Army, the Russian Volunteer Corps. The Russian Liberation Army was a Nazi collaborationist formation during WWII organized by Heinrich Himmler, Reichsführer of the Schutzstaffel, or SS (Gestapo).

The Russian Volunteer Corps “uses symbols of the Russian Liberation Army…  which is typical for Russian neo-Nazis,” according to Antifascist Europe. The group “includes Russians from the Azov regiment of the Ukrainian National Guard and the Right Sector Ukrainian Volunteer Corps.”

“The ultimate programme is to overthrow the Putin regime and establish a new, truly faithful and decent power in Russia that will not engage in acts of aggression and wage local wars but will peacefully co-exist with the rest of the world, focusing more on domestic rather than foreign policy”.

This declaration does not differ substantially from that issued by USG war chieftain, Lloyd Austin, who said Russia must be “weakened.” In other words, the USG is on the same page as a group of neo-nazi terrorists attacking and killing civilians in Russia. This shouldn’t be surprising, considering the degree the CIA collaborated with Nazis.

RFR/RL did mention the Nazi connection, and relied on the propaganda outfit Bellingcat (receives money from USG and intelligence agencies), “which has researched right-wing extremist groups, described the Volunteer Corps as ‘a unit… made up primarily of anti-Putin, anti-Kremlin, Russian far-right figures active in Ukraine.’”

According to former Deputy of the State Duma, Ilya Ponomarev, a Russian “partisan” group, the National Republican Army, is responsible for the assassination of Darya Dugina on 20 August. Darya was the daughter of the political philosopher Aleksandr Dugin, a supporter of Vladimir Putin.

The Zelenskyy government, via its state-controlled propaganda media, said the Russian Volunteer Corps, the Freedom Legion, and the National Republican Army signed a declaration of cooperation in Irpin, on the outskirts of Kyiv, in August. The Freedom Legion, or Freedom of Russia Legion, was organized with the help of Ukraine’s SBU intelligence agency.

The SBU worked closely with C14, the former youth wing of the ultranationalist political party Svoboda, and other neo-nazi groups in Ukraine. C14 was notorious for attacks on Romani camps, in participation with other neo-nazi groups (Karpatska Sich, Right Sector, and Traditsii i Poryadok).

In addition, the SBU is used to initiate criminal proceedings against political opponents. According to Valery Yehoshina, writing for RFE/RL, “there are friendly satellite organizations in the orbit of security forces [preferring] even more radical actions,” including assassination, kidnapping, and torture of political opposition.

Max Blumenthal writes,

The Ukrainian SBU security services has served as the enforcement arm of the officially authorized campaign of repression. With training from the CIA and close coordination with Ukraine’s state-backed neo-Nazi paramilitaries, the SBU has spent the past weeks [from April, 2022] filling its vast archipelago of torture dungeons with political dissidents. (Emphasis added.)

In short, the government of Ukraine, its security service, and associated nazi groups and paramilitaries are actively involved in terror attacks and murdering civilians in Russia proper.

Andriy Yusov, of the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, “appeared to endorse any sort of cross-border attack,” and declared in the wake of the attack on Russian civilians, “Perhaps Russians are beginning to wake up, realize something, and take some concrete steps.”

Yusov and his boss, Volodymyr Oleksandrovych Zelenskyy, are suffering from a cognitive grand mal seizure.

Russians understand the terror attacks inside their country are conducted by Nazis, the heirs of the SS and its Einsatzgruppen, a paramilitary death squad that killed Russians, Jews, Romani, and partisans in Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe and Russia during WWII.

The Russian people, unlike Americans and many Europeans, remember the sacrifices made in the “Great Patriotic War” (WWII) as it fought against Nazi Germany and its collaborationists in Ukraine and elsewhere in Eastern Europe.

Indeed, as Yusov said, the Russian people are waking up—not to a threat by Putin, but rather that posed by Nazi executioners crossing the border to kill them, as Hitler’s Nazis did during Operation Barbarossa in the summer of 1941, the largest land offensive in human history.


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