Sadly, there are still elements in the diaspora that adulate Vlasov, Krasnov, Kaminsky, and other collaborationist pigs, especially, in the ROCOR. I find it interesting that those who honour Nazi-loving collaborationist dogs self-identify as “conservatives”. It tells you much about neoliberal “conservatives” to know that they accept unrepentant former Nazis (and collaborationists) as allies and friends. It tells you much about their movement, and about its ideology, Weltanschauung, goals, and tactics. Shitbirds of a feather DO flock together. Both do believe in a “Master Race”… and we’re not part of it.
I do wish that the bishops would end the public approval given to the collaborationists (and their descendants) in official Church media and circles. That’d do much to expiate our sin of having coddled them for so many years…
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These images are of the reburial of five SS collaborators by Galician Uniate nationalists. Show me who a man honours, and I’ll show you the man. If that’s so, it means that the Galician Uniate nationalists are Neo-Nazis who adulate the Nazis of World War II. They fought willingly for the Nazis in the VOV; they fight willingly for the American neoliberal greedsters now. It gives you their measure… dogs willing to rip at their own for their own enrichment. They’re willing to kill their brothers at the behest of foreigners. If that isn’t indecent and disreputable, nothing is.
Both the US Democratic and Republican Parties back these soulless mercenary dogs. Vote accordingly…
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Russia remembers not only the triumph of victory… but also the agony of defeat. The resistance at the Brest Fortress tied up fascist troops that could’ve been at the frontline. Their sacrifice bought precious time for the Soviet forces to regroup. By the way… Russians haven’t changed…
Nothing is forgotten… no one is forgotten…
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Leopold the Cat is one of the most beloved Sov-era multifilm characters. He’s as much a part of Russian visual culture as Taz and Bugs Bunny are in the USA. The original text used the word дпужно (druzhno), which has strong overtones of “friendship”, as “together” and “friendship” in Russian have common building-blocks. That is, дпужно implies much more than “togetherness” to a Russian, it brings up images of fraternity and brotherhood, due to its similarity to the word for “friendship”. So, it’s not “let’s live together”… it’s closer to “let’s live as one”, so that’s the rendering I chose to bring the meaning home to an English-speaker.
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