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Sunday, 2 October 2016

2 October 2016. The More Things Change Department… Why Does the USA Support Neo-Nazis?


Latvian SS VOLUNTEER… Balts flocked to the fascist cause and embraced Nazi racial theory willingly. Perhaps, that’s why they oppress Russian inhabitants of the Baltic states today… and why Galicians and Croats likewise oppress minorities. The USA supports such… spitting on all the World War II vets. All hail American-style “democracy!”


I was born in Pskov; my grandmother survived the German occupation. She’s still alive at 90-years-old. She’ll tell you that the worst westerners were the Estonians… they were really a cold-blooded lot. They destroyed the whole town; when the liberation came, only 149 people remained alive in the village.

Aleksei Mishinyov

The more things change, the more that they stay the same. The USA supports states in Europe that proudly parade their collaboration with the fascists in World War II. Croatia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and the Ukraine all glorify Nazi collaborators. The USA tells us how “democratic” these countries are. I say that such is a lie, a disgusting fiction… for “democracy” only exists for the favoured “race” in these countries… be a Russian in the Baltic states or the Ukraine or be a Serb in Croatia, and you’ll know what I mean. Let’s not be coy, the USA is cosying up to those who practise Nazi racial theory. That’s evil. I’ll tell you this… Clinton, Johnson, and Trump all slobber in glee over these present-day neo-Nazis. Only Dr Jill would end American support for such filth. Do vote accordingly…



Tuesday, 2 June 2015

2 June 2015. Potapov Praises SS Filth Collaborators PUBLlCLY… The Lie That Won’t Die

00 KPRF. Red Fist Smashes Nazi Swastika. 02.03.14


Note this:

From Fr Victor Potapov, Rector of the Russian Orthodox Cathedral of St John the Baptist in Washington DC.

“On June 1, 1945, at the conclusion of the Second World War, in the town of Lienz, Austria, over 20,000 Cossacks (soldiers, women, and children) were rounded up and handed over to death in the Soviet Union. This year marks the 70th anniversary of this tragic event”.

A group called “Traditional Orthodoxy (Canonical)” posted this. Note well that Potapov doesn’t mention that the unit involved (15 SS Cossack Cavalry Corps) was part of the Waffen-SS and had participated in enormities and war crimes in Yugoslavia and Northern Italy in so-called “anti-partisan operations” (I have this from Serbian and Italian acquaintances to back the dry official accounts in German records). Furthermore, most of those repatriated to the USSR weren’t killed. They were traitors as they took up arms against their Motherland and people; most served 8-10-year sentences in correctional camps (just as the USA imprisoned traitors, so did the USSR). In short, Potapov lies again. Don’t forget, he is/was an official of a CIA front, Radio Liberty; he holds/held a “red” US official passport (that is, he’s exempt from customs searches as a responsible US official, not merely a US Government employee). He has friends/family who were part of KONR, a Nazi collaborationist group that went under CIA sponsorship after 1947 due to the West German “Gehlen Org’s” influence. Potapov has links to anti-patriotic pro-Western filth like K M Aleksandrov (a Vlasov apologist)… do note that the Russian government allows Aleksandrov to spout his shit freely in Russia (I wonder how much Langley money Aleksandrov gets via Potapov).

This unit committed many enormities against Serbs… their hatred of communism blinded them. Besides that, the British troops who rounded up these war criminals (most were traitors in the legal sense) had just liberated Mauthausen and weren’t inclined to be merciful to SS troops (as these collaborators were). There’s a crank and false image that goes about Jordanville circles “picturing” this incident. I’ve talked to two British vets who told me that this image is misleading (they used stronger language, but I don’t want to deal with a lawsuit from Potapov et al… they’ve done so in the past to others who contradicted their notional tale). “He said… she said”… you can believe the image… you can believe the vets. I believe the vets. No liturgy was going on when the operation took place. Also, note that the image expunged all SS symbols. Always keep in mind that pro-American Hard Rightwing apologists like Potapov NEVER mention the SS connection… that’s important. On 25 December 1997, the Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation declared that all sentences against these collaborators were valid, legal, justified, and truthful, and that there’d be NO rehabilitation or pardon for any of them. That is, Potapov defends scumbag criminals because they were anti-communist! Russia refuses to whitewash their crimes and perfidy… neither should we.

Note well that Potapov attacks communists and defends Nazis (indeed, for anyone who belonged to the SS or to KONR was such). I find that reprehensible. I find it disgusting that he did so in public and on Church property. We have traitors in ROCOR ranks. I rest my case.


Tuesday, 21 April 2015

21 April 2015. The Workers and Peasants Red Army Liberated the Death Camps… Galician Uniate Nationalists Helped Run Them… and That’s Not “Deceitful Russian Propaganda”

00 Holocaust memorial day 2015. 16.04.15


The Galician Uniates are screaming about “deceitful Russian propaganda”… well, in 1945 the Workers and Peasants Red Army LIBERATED Oświęcim… Galician Uniate nationalists helped run the camp and they rounded-up people for the Nazis. I seem to see a difference there. The people who honour Lenin, honour the Red Army heroes who liberated the camps. The people who honour Bandera and the UPA, honour those who helped the Nazis run the camps. That’s not “deceitful Russian propaganda”…


Sunday, 27 January 2013

Auschwitz… History to Remember… but Never Repeat

00 St Maximilian Maria Kolbe. Hungary. Auschwitz. 27.01.13

Catholic St Maximilian Kolbe, who died in the Auschwitz extermination camp… not all of its victims were Jews


On January 27, a Russian exhibition will reopen in the museum devoted to the history of World War II in the Polish city of Oświęcim, better known under the German variant of its name… Auschwitz. During that war, during the Nazi occupation of Poland, one of the most terrible Nazi concentration camps was in Auschwitz. In 1947, the Polish government turned the former camp into a museum, with the aim of it to be a constant reminder of the Nazi horrors, so that we wouldn’t repeat them. The organisers chose 27 January for the Russian exhibition’s reopening because the Red Army liberated the Auschwitz camp on 27 January 1945.

In particular, the Nazis intended this camp for the killing of nationalities that, according to incoherent Nazi “theory”, were “underdeveloped” peoples. More than 1.1 million people died in the Auschwitz camp, including about 900,000 Jews, at least 140,000 Poles, and about 23,000 Roma. Every day, trains brought thousands of people, including many old people and underage children, to this camp from more than 30 countries… Romania, France, Czechia, Slovakia, Greece, Italy, Belgium, Hungary, the Netherlands, the USSR, Poland itself, and others. The Nazis immediately killed the majority of new arrivals comers in the gas chambers. Witnesses said that, every day, the camp’s crematoriums disposed of about 8,000 corpses.

Those not immediately killed had to perform debilitating work. The daily ration consisted of 300 grammes of bread and a cup of watery soup. After several months spent in such conditions, people turned into living skeletons. Besides, medical experiments… if one could call sophisticated torture medical experiments… were performed in Auschwitz. One of the doctors (if could call sadists doctors), Josef Mengele, dubbed the “Angel of Death”, was especially notorious for his cruelty. When the Red Army liberated the camp, they found only 7,000 people alive there.

The organisers of the Russian part of the Auschwitz museum’s exposition don’t hide the fact that they want it to upset visitors. Hard as it may be, such horror would help people to realise one thing… we must never allow Nazism to rise again. Olga Sokolova, One of the Russian organisers, said, “The visitors should realise that they’re witnessing a hideous occurrence. Of course, only the part of the exposition devoted to the camp’s liberation by the Red Army should produce positive feelings”. There are eight expositions in the Auschwitz museum, devoted to this-or-that particular country, from whence the prisoners who suffered in the camp came from… Poland, the Netherlands, Slovakia, Czechia, Austria, Hungary, France, and Belgium. A part of the exposition is devoted to the Roma people. For the last five years, the Russian section remained closed. Officially, it was under renovation, but the real reason was a cooling of relations between Russia and Poland.

Victor Skryabin Deputy Director of the Moscow Museum of World War II and one of the organisers of the Auschwitz exhibition, pointed up, “Russia and Poland might have certain disagreements concerning politics, but I believe that these disagreements shouldn’t affect the two nations’ need to commemorate World War II’s victims. After all, many Soviet people, including about 15,000 Red Army men, died in the Auschwitz camp. One of the aims of our exposition is to show the criminal nature of Nazism. We also wish to emphasise that the Red Army liberated the camp, and, of course, to commemorate the dead”.

The camp in Auschwitz was the largest, but it wasn’t the only extermination camp in Nazi-occupied Europe. There were ten such camps, four of which were in Poland. In total, about the Nazis killed 3 million people in extermination camps.

25 January 2013

Maria Dunayeva

Voice of Russia World Service


Editor’s Note:

Horrid as it was, the Holocaust wasn’t unique. Mankind has indulged in mass murder throughout history, especially, when others lived on land coveted by this-or-that group… two prominent examples being the Israelite ethnic cleansing of Old Israel (the Biblical version of events) and the American campaign against the Native population (justified by the racist doctrine of Manifest Destiny). I’m four-square against anti-Semitism, but I’m equally-against the white-washing of the historical record to fit a convenient mythos. Never forget this… ordinary human beings carried out the Holocaust. Ordinary humans could do it again… and DID… in the Rwandan Genocide and the Cambodian Genocide. Any man’s death diminishes me, because I am involved in Mankind; therefore, never send to know for whom the bell tolls; It tolls for thee…

One last thing… the agitation by some Jews against the Carmelite convent at Oświęcim was unjustified and hateful in the extreme. Edith Stein, a Carmelite nun, died there. St Maximilian Kolbe, a Franciscan monk, died there. They weren’t the only Catholic victims of this horrific place. In short, some Jews were upset that the Carmelite nuns were praying for the soul of Edith Stein… a convert from Judaism to Christianity. I hate religious bigotry of all sorts… I despise anti-Semitism and Jewish anti-Christianity equally. Thank God, only a small minority of Christians and Jews actually engage in such filth… but it should be a warning to all of us… the urge to evil exists in all groups. Never forget… just as there wasn’t ever a “pure” human group, there’s never been a totally-evil one. We should keep a watch over our hearts… Solzhenitsyn reminded us that there’s a bridgehead of evil in every soul… we forget that at our peril…


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