Dozens of memorial plaques commemorating nationalist militants will be installed in Ukraine

12.10.2017, Ukraine.

Dozens of memorial plaques honoring militants of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UIA) (organization banned in Russia) responsible for punitive actions against the Poles during the Great Patriotic War [WWII] will be installed in Ternopol region of Ukraine, UNIAN Ukrainian news agency reported on October 11. The plaques will be installed as a part of the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the UIA (organization banned in Russia). Local authorities also plan to install a memorial plaque commemorating those who took part in the “anti-terrorist operation” (punitive operation against residents of Donbass – Editor’s note) (ATO) “fighting for Ukrainian independence”. Continue reading

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President of Slovakia: We must expel fascists from government offices

30.08.2017, Slovakia.

Slovakian citizens must resist the ideology of fascism. They should vote against right-wing radical parties in the upcoming local elections. On August 29, Andrej Kiska, President of Slovakia, made that clear in his speech during the ceremony commemorating the 73rd anniversary of the Slovak National Uprising (SNP) during World War II, RIA Novosti News Agency reports. Continue reading

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Police forced to use gas to disperse protesters in Melbourne

26.06.2017, Australia.

On June 25, police in Melbourne was forced to use pepper spray to scatter anti-racist and right wing groups, who clashed in Melbourne during a rally, SBS News reports.

The clashes occurred when anti-racists appeared in the march conducted by “True Blue Crew“ and “The Sons of Odin“, two Australian nationalist organizations. Several hundred people took part in the action on both sides. As a result, five people were taken to hospital after the police pepper-sprayed them for breaking through a police line. One demonstrator was arrested for carrying a weapon. No police were injured. Continue reading

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Mein Kampf signed by Hitler will be sold at auction in the UK

15.06.2017, United Kingdom.

A rare copy of Mein Kampf, Adolf Hitler’s book, (included in Russia’s Federal List of Extremist Materials) is put up for auction in the UK, the BBC reported on June 15.

The Silverwoods auction house will put up the book with the Fuhrer’s autograph.  A representative of the Silverwoods said that there are people who believe that preserving this book is necessary, despite the horrors of Hitler’s rule.  “In a sense, it’s a way to touch a monster,” said the auctioneer. Continue reading

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