Friday, December 12, 2008

From the Russian Nazis to the US Tax Payer: Thank You

Few of the citizens of politically correct America would be able to believe that their monies go to support the Russian Nazi party, the National Bolshevik Workers Party aka National Socialist Workers’ Party aka Nazi. However, this is exactly what both branches (Democrat and Republican) of the American One Party system do.

True, they do not write checks directly to “Russian Nazis” but it is what happens in the end. Instead they give direct financial support to the Other Russia Party. Yes, foreign financing of a Russian political party is just as illegal as say Chinese support of an American Party and while the US would, rightfully, be aghast and outraged at such behavior, the American political elites, living on hypocrisy, have no problems with double standards and breaking other nation’s laws.

As such, the United States Congress, through such front organizations as Freedom House, gives direct financial assistance and training and other intelligence and PR support for the Other Russia Party, led by the former chess champ and political second rate hack Gary Kasparov. This vile man despises Russians, is a legal resident of New Jersey, can barely get 2% of the Russian popular vote and makes a lot of money on interviews to the US/UK press where he damns Russians.

So where do the Nazis come in to this?

Well, when Kasparov failed to get any real vote, he created the Other Russia party, against then President Putin’s government. Other Russia is an umbrella organization that has several of the worst of Russia’s edge politicos, like Misha 2%, Michael Kasyanov and Edward Limonov. Now Limonov is head of the National Bolshevik Workers’ Party and his people make up the majority of the Other Russia ranks.


So in short, millions of American dollars and British pounds go to finance the worst radicals in Russia, rather than building bridges in America or fighting crime in the UK. When ever the Russian Nazis make illegal marches and start fights with the police, cause public damage or threaten individuals, the Anglo press rushes to their defense, declaring them peaceful legal protestors suppressed by the evil Russian state.

But this should not be a surprise for anyone who knows a thing or two about US history and the funding that Wall Street gave both the Bolsheviks under Lenin and Trotsky and the funds it also gave both Hitler and Mussolini.

More recently, the same funds and front organizations were used to bank roll the socialist Orange revolution in Ukraine. It should be interesting to note that one of the key organizations in that umbrella movement, and the organization that provided now president Yushenko’s body guards, was Uno-Unsa, the Ukrainian Nazi party.

Equally, America protects and sponsors the governments of Estonia and Latvia, both of whom who have rehabilitated their Nazi veterans and hold yearly honor parades for them, attended by all the top government officials. Both nations have continued to make heroes of men who were used by Hitler for mass genocide first of the local Jews of the Baltics, than of Berlin’s Jews than of the Poles, Belarusians and others, as they retreated with Hitler’s beaten legions.

Is there a pattern? Of course there is and the US tax payer is paying for it. Even now, with America doubling her national debt, in under five months, a nation that is the world’s debtor, the elites of America continue sponsoring Nazi movements in eastern Europe and the CIS.

Why does the public not care?

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Alex, this is just for you:


The march involved over 200 Latvian Legion veterans and their supporters.
A Latvian Legion march in 2005 through Riga resulted in dozens of arrests after clashes with Russian activists. The march involved WWII SS veterans and young nationalists.
Relations between Russia, Latvia and Estonia have been marred in the past few years by what Moscow calls the unequal treatment of ethnic Russians, the alleged persecution of Soviet WWII veterans, and the apparent revival of nationalism and fascism in the Baltic States.

Latvia has been criticized by Amnesty International for its treatment of its 400,000 Russian-speaking population who continue to live in the country without citizenship.



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The Arajs Kommando (also: Sonderkommando Arajs), led by SS-Sturmbannführer Viktors Arājs, was a unit of Latvian Auxiliary Police (German: Lettische Hilfspolizei) subordinated to the Nazi SD. It is one of the more well-known and notorious killing units during the Holocaust.
It was established in Latvia in early July 1941, immediately following the German capture of Riga, by Walter Stahlecker, the commander of Einsatzgruppe A and Commander (German: Befehlshaber) of the Sicherheitspolizei and SD (BdS) for Reichskommissariat Ostland.
The unit actively participated in a variety of Nazi atrocities: the killing of Jews, Roma, and mental patients, as well as punitive actions and massacres of civilians along the Latvia's eastern border in Russia and Belarus. The Kommando killed around 26,000 Jews in total.[1] Most notably, the unit took part in the mass execution of Jews from the Riga Ghetto, and several thousand Jews deported from Germany, at Rumbula on November 30 and December 8, 1941.
Some of Arājs's men also served as guards at the Nazi concentration camp at Salaspils.[2]
As can be seen in contemporary Nazi newsreels, the Arajs Kommando figured prominently in the burning of Riga's Great (Choral) Synagogue on 4 July 1941. Commemoration of this event has been chosen for marking Holocaust Memorial Day in present-day Latvia.
The unit numbered about 300 men during the phase it participated in killing of Jewish population in Latvia, reaching between 500–1,200 members at the height of its involvement in anti-partisan operations in 1942.

In the final phases of the war, the unit was disbanded and its personnel transferred to the Latvian Legion.

At the instigation of the Einsatzgruppe, the Latvian auxiliary police carried out a pogrom against the Jews in Riga. All synagogues were destroyed and 400 Jews were killed. According to Stahlecker's report, the number of Jews killed in mass executions by Einsatzgruppe A by the end of October 1941 in Riga, Jelgava (Mitau), Liepāja (Libau), Valmiera (Wolmar), and Daugavpils (Dvinsk) totaled 30,025, and by the end of December 1941, 35,238 Latvian Jews had been killed; 2,500 Jews remained in the Riga Ghetto and 950 in the Daugavpils ghetto. At the end of 1941 and the beginning of 1942, Jews deported from Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia, and other German occupied countries began arriving in Latvia. Some 15,000 "Reich Jews" were settled in several streets of the liquidated "greater Riga ghetto". Many transports were taken straight from the Riga railroad station to execution sites in the Rumbula and Biķernieki forests near Riga, and elsewhere. In 1942 about 800 Jews from Kaunas Ghetto were brought to Riga and some of them participated in the underground organization in the Riga ghetto.
The German occupying power in Latvia also kept Jews in "barracks camps", i.e., near their places of forced labor. A considerable number of such camps were located in the Riga area and other localities. Larger concentrations camps included those at Salaspils and Kaiserwald (Mežaparks). The Salaspils concentration camp, set up at the end of 1941, contained thousands of people, including many Latvian and foreign Jews.
Conditions in this camp, one of the worst in Latvia, led to heavy loss of life among the inmates. The Kaiserwald concentration camp, established in the summer of 1943, contained the Jewish survivors from the ghettos of Riga, Daugavpils, Liepāja, and other places, as well as non-Jews. At the end of September 1943 Jews from the liquidated Vilna Ghetto were also taken to Kaiserwald. When the Soviet victories in the summer of 1944 forced a German retreat from the Baltic states, the surviving inmates of the Kaiserwald camp were deported by the Germans to Stutthof concentration camp near Danzig, and from there were sent to various other camps.

16 comments:

Tim said...

Good post. As an American, I could only tell you what you already know. Russia is the last European Christian stronghold. The powers that be in London (especially London --the Neocons shots are called from there)

Neocon Oligarchs in America and London cannot stand Russia (or America --or anybody). Furthermore, Putin hammered them out of Russia. They want revenge. So they try to set up Nazis into power to rally the world to end evil Racism etc etc. With their new Prince Obama at the helm this is what they are trying.

In short, they are trying to set you up. Oh and these Neocons are hated here. And all their Russian Hating Advisors (like Brzezinski) are Hated here. Hated with a capital H.

Aleks said...

Americans have it made don't they? They could definitely influence the events in Russia as they chose. They funnel money to fund alternatives to the Kremlin projects and they fund the rarity on the Russian airwaves, Radio Svoboda, that could offer the informational support for their bid to re-election. They basically have it in the bag, don't they? Forgive my sarcasm, but your accusation sounds pretty much what Russia has been doing in the Baltics - paying for the Russian-language newspapers and ethnically Russian parties to make sure its interests are protected. We get Russian TV here which is, let's face it, is not friendly to the Baltic "fascist" regimes, especially in Latvia where the fifth column, er, I mean, the Russian-speaking population is a third of the total population.

I wonder if Russians mind that their money went to support the war in Georgia, or that the way Russia seeks to "protect" its "compatriots" in the Baltics...

Aleks said...

I do like to know how America "sponsors" the government of Latvia. Perhaps, then, they should have just waited for another injection of free funds rather than borrowing money from the IMF and governments of Sweden, Finland and Norway and to painfully cut 7 percent of the GDP from the Latvian budget....

Aleks said...

Oh, and I'm writing from the so-called "fascist" Latvia where we recite prayers to Hitler daily.

Stanislav said...

They funnel money to fund alternatives to the Kremlin projects and they fund the rarity on the Russian airwaves, Radio Svoboda,

Russia has plenty of free press without CIA propaganda. But tell me Aleks, as a member of a nation that denies 400,000 Russians (who incidently stood by you for your independence...can we say ingrates?) as second class citizens, that's 18% of your population, as non entities, since actual citizenship is denied; a nation who has done everything possible to be an enemy of Russia for the past 17 years, especially since like a good little lap dog, you hide behind the legs of the US as you bark bark bark, why should Russian media be your friend?

You are, by your own desires and actions, an enemy of Russia, plain and simple but one who didn't really start barking until NATO let you hide behind their boots.

As for Hitler worship, even the US Amnesty International has noted the revisionism of Hitler history and how there are yearly parades attended by your government ministers.

And before you give me the crap about the Latvians just defending their homeland, the SS Latvian members pledged to live and die for HITLER and the REICH not for Latvia and the Poles remember you and the Estonians well, during your leveling of Warsaw.

Aleks said...

But tell me Aleks, as a member of a nation that denies 400,000 Russians (who incidently stood by you for your independence...can we say ingrates?) as second class citizens, that's 18% of your population...

No one denies anyone anything. First of all, the number stands at 300,000 - that's 17 percent of the population. Second of all, anyone who possess a basic knowledge of the Latvian language can naturalize, i.e. obtain the citizenship of this country if he or she so chooses. The problem is that a) some of those people cannot speak Latvian well enough to qualify for the basic test even though they lived all their lives in Latvia; b) are pretty lazy (len' matushka) to run around and get naturalized. They're only big on whining about the citizenship that was allegedly taken away from them when it reality it was never theirs to begin with. Russian is my native language and am a citizen of this country, so I don't have a lot of sympathies for those who are the fifth column here.

especially since like a good little lap dog, you hide behind the legs of the US as you bark bark bark, why should Russian media be your friend?

We've been friends with Russia. It has cost us dearly. It has cost us our freedom and independence. Never again. Just take a look at Russian protectorates: Transnistria, South Ossetia, Abhazia... each one of them has no culture of its own, is run by ethnic Russians from Russia, and is the best place to launder money. Is that what we want to be? Thanks for no thanks. The point is that Russia wishes we'd do bark-bark when it says something, but we won't. In a reality of life and in the world of real politik without a large country defender, smaller countries cannot survive. We chose to be in a military alliance with the US at its helm. We were not forced to chose Russia as we did in the past.

You are, by your own desires and actions, an enemy of Russia, plain and simple but one who didn't really start barking until NATO let you hide behind their boots.

And yet many Russians prefer to be here. The compatriot repatriation program touted by the Kremlin has been a complete disaster. In a year of the program less than a dozen people chose to relocate to Kaliningrad Oblast and even they returned because the Russian government offered no place to live and no place to work. The point of the matter is that Estonia and Latvia are the best countries in Europe to be Russian. We enjoy liberal European values, like freedom of speech and freedom of assembly (unlike in Russia), we have state-funded schools in our native language (unlike in Germany or the UK).

And with that freedom of speech comes what happens each March 16, the day the Legioner veterans march through Riga. Notice, not a single veteran holds a swastika, wears his old uniform, or adores a portrait of Hitler. Compare that to the May 9 celebration in Riga - lots of red flags (without the illegal hammer and sickle), old Soviet uniforms, and - most shockingly of all - a portrait of Stalin.

And guess what? Both of those events have a right to exist because we are a free country with freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and freedom of expression. How many anti-Kremlin protests have been dissolved this weekend in Russia?

Aleks said...

And here's another thought:the majority of Russians thought that their greatest enemy was a little Estonia with a population less than 2 million people. So much for the mighty nation?

Aleks said...

Thanks for the update and all. I'm not here to discuss the history per se. I suggest to read a book called Pribaltika i Kreml that deals with some historical issues, inclduing the story behind the Waffen SS.

I'm here to discuss the present. In the present democracy, one cannot ban a gathering simply because it's inconvenient. We're not Russia. It has nothing to do with glorification of this or that. It has to do with a right of peopleto gather for whatever reasons.

Aleks said...

Having read the requirements for ,I wonder how many ethnic Russians would be willing to give up liberal ideals, relative lack of red tape and a mild Baltic climate to move to these areas in Siberia and Far East:

В 2007 году в рамках и на условиях Государственной программы начато добровольное переселение соотечественников в следующие субъекты Российской Федерации первой очереди: Красноярский край, Приморский край, Хабаровский край, Амурская область, Иркутская область, Калининградская область, Калужская область, Липецкая область, Тамбовская область, Тверская область, Тюменская область. В 2009 г. начнет реализацию региональной программы Новосибирская область.

Aleks said...

And one more note from the Russian embassy in Riga:

По состоянию на 20.03.2008 года в офис представителя обратились с просьбой о постановке на первичный учет 1317 человек, постоянно проживающих в Латвии. Из них 70 чел. заполнили анкеты, которые направлены в субъекты РФ (Калининградская, Тверская, Липецкая, Калужская, Тамбовская, Тюменская, Новосибирская области, Красноярский края).

Выдано 26 свидетельств участника Государственной программы, с учетом членов семей – 38 человек. Из них выехало в Россию 32 чел. (преимущественно в Калининградскую область).

Несомненно, процесс переселения сдерживается рядом факторов, прежде всего снижением стоимости жилья в Латвии.


32 oppressed Russians have left Latvia. Looks like it ain't that bad here after all.

Stanislav said...

Blacks in America did not leave either, they forced the majority to accept them. It took violence but if that is what it takes to make bigots and racists of Latvia accept Russians as equals, guess that's what it will take.

You reap what you sow and you've sowed quite a bit of evil in the last 17 years.

Stanislav said...

Having read the requirements for ,I wonder how many ethnic Russians would be willing to give up liberal ideals, relative lack of red tape and a mild Baltic climate to move to these areas in Siberia and Far East:

To get away from extreme bigots and racists and Nazi revensionists that make up the local Latvian population? Even many in the EU are sick and tired of you and your whining and biatching, just ask the Germans, French, Italians, and Spainish, amongst others.

This is exactly why they do not want the Georgians in, another small people with lots of yap, as long as the great people of Europe get to bleed and die for that yap.

Stanislav said...

I'm here to discuss the present. In the present democracy, one cannot ban a gathering simply because it's inconvenient.

They were not banned, they were given a rather very large square on the south side of the Kremlin, they choose to block the main artery of Moscow instead....in most nations they would have been beaten, except maybe modern Greece.

Your own Latvia had a lot less reason to beat Russians during their demonstrations.

Aleks said...

Blacks in America did not leave either, they forced the majority to accept them.

Citizenship laws in Latvia have nothing to do with ethnicity. Many ethnic Russians are citizens by descent, including myself. In fact, it is a case in the predominantly Russian town of Daugavpils, for example. More Russians now have citizenship than the ones who do not. Calling it racism is absurd because anyone at any time can obtain citizenship going through a process of naturalization.

You reap what you sow and you've sowed quite a bit of evil in the last 17 years.

You're forgetting that what had happened in the last 17 years was a direct result of "evil" "sowed" by the Soviet authorities in Latvia for the previous 50 years. Besides, today, ethnic politics only concern the political dinosaurs in the Latvian parliament and the Russian Federation who uses Russians and Russian-speakers as pawns in its cynical game of realpolitik.

To get away from extreme bigots and racists and Nazi revensionists that make up the local Latvian population?

Really? People would chose the Russian Far East instead of Malta,Spain and the UK? Puh-lease. Giving up the European citizenship for some pie in the sky Russian citizenship and relocate to the distant areas of Russia's Asia does not sound like a good alternative, which is why people aren't taking it.

I still maintain that Estonia and Latvia are the best countries in the world to be Russian, to exercise your culture and use the common European values of free speech. Russians, here, know it. Apparently, the Kremlin does not.

Aleks said...

It has been years since someone was beaten up by police here. Latvia has been so good at maintaining controversial marches that it has been sharing its experience with its neighbors. We've had the gay pride parades (when was the last one in Russia?), significant protests against government policies (when was the last one in Russia), May9 and March 16 notwithstanding.

subscriptionblocker said...

Stanislav, Aleks - thanks for an interesting read.