Kurginyan: De-communization will inevitably whitewash Nazism and destroy Russia

29.01.2019, Moscow.

De-communization, i.e. the condemnation of communism, inevitably transforms into re-Nazification, i.e. the rehabilitation of Nazism, through equating the two opposing ideologies, political scientist, the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan said on January 28 on the air of the Evening with Vladimir Solovyov TV program at the Russia One channel.
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People’s despair and solitude make the fascist serpent undefeatable

08.11.2018, Moscow.

Only consolidated communities of people can overcome their defeatist attitude, the leader of the Aleksandrovskaya Commune Anna Kudinova said on November 5 at a rally in defense of the October Revolution’s social achievements at the Suvorovskaya Square in Moscow, the Rossa Primavera News Agency reports.
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Valdai club speaker: Hitler was better than the Bolsheviks

19.01.2018, Valdai.

Despite the fact that a colossal number of rabbis, imams, and clerics were sentenced to death by Hitler, he did not need repressions and a tough approach, unlike the Bolsheviks, Emeritus Professor of St. Anthony College (Oxford University) Robert Service said during the expert discussion at the Valdai Club on January 18, Rossa Primavera News Agency correspondent reports.
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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.
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Spanish Senate reviews crimes of Franco era

30.05.2017, Spain.

On May 30, the Spanish Senate in Madrid reviewed the case of illegal adoptions and kidnapping of children during the Franco regime, Rosa Primavera News Agency reports.

The Senate’s hearings should provide an opportunity to talk publicly about the crimes of the past years. It will also recall that thousands of pending and unsettled suits of such cases have not yet been recognized by Spanish courts. Currently, many Spaniards who survived abduction wish to meet their biological parents to find their families.
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