Fighters of the Lugansk People’s Republic Army (People’s Militia) of East Ukraine – raise the Red Banner of Victory over the Administrative Buildings of Rubizhne
This type of ‘Kommune’ is also a voluntary association, albeit distinctly ‘modern’ in origination, and designed to serve the Revolutionary needs of the Proletariat – or the mass of peasants forced to work in the industrialised factories produced by the oppressive capitalist system.
A modern Russian can be ‘racist’ and ‘homophobic’ claiming that these attributes are part of his modern ‘Slav’ identity (‘Nationalism’) – whilst simultaneously asserting that these viewpoints are ‘separate’ and ‘distinct’ from Hitler’s ‘National Socialism’ and any post-1945 versions of it (that is ‘Neo-Nazism’)! This is wrong. It is an assertion even contradicted in the text itself, which readily admits that the Hitlerite ‘Combat 18’ (Neo-Nazi) is the military wing of the ‘British National Party’ (a Party in the UK that prided itself on it ‘English’ Nationalism)! I notice that even within general Russian language discourse, ‘Neo-Nazis’ in the Ukraine are often referred to as ‘Ultra-Nationalists’ – with the Neo-Nazi Battalions are acknowledged as forming the Hitlerite ‘National Guard’!
“Russia will never leave” – humanitarian aid was brought to the residents of the liberated Lisichansk A humanitarian action from the Chechen People’s Republic took
The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, showed the captured equipment and insignia of the “Ichkerians” (“The Chechen Republic of Ichkeria” is a terrorist organization
☠️”Help us bitches – Call Sign Gondoni!” Radio interception – broadcast made by beleaguered Neo-Nazi Ukrainian militants (and Georgian mercenaries) as Russian and Allied Artillery
Neo-Nazi scum (captured serving with the Armed Forces of Ukraine) admitted during interrogation about how he and his two brother AFU recruits – ‘shot’ –
Gritsak said that “an organization with the same name was registered in Russia in 2014.” It is not known whether he meant that the organization was officially registered, or whether it simply appeared in Russia. If Hrytsak meant a large community on VKontakte, which was also registered in 2014, then he was mistaken, because Popovich lived and, apparently, lives in Ukraine. The Kremlin is known to finance and support various ultra-right and neo-Nazi groups in Europe and Russia, in particular because of the billionaire Konstantin Malofeev (suspected of financing the self-proclaimed “LPR” and “DPR”). However, there is no obvious connection between the Sober and Evil Youth and the Kremlin, except for the Pan-Slavist ideology that is characteristic of various far-right groups in the region.’