Estonian fascists started demolition of the monument with T-34 tank in Narva. This is only the beginning…

All Soviet monuments in Estonia will be torn down. In their place, the Estonian Nazis will erect monuments to their “heroes.” This is already happening. So on August 14, on the Estonian island of Saaremaa, an oak cross was erected in honor of the “forest brothers.”* Members of the notorious Estonian Defence League (Kaitseliit) readily participated in the ceremony.

At the unveiling of the monument, Mati Wendel, a researcher of the “forest brothers” activities, stated, “The ‘forest brothers’ touched only those who deserved it.”

Pay attention to these words. It is a complete and final rehabilitation of Nazi crimes. It is exactly the kind of statement that is used to justify genocide. Today, all Russians in the Baltics fall into the category of “deserved it”. Their rights have already been restricted in an unprecedented manner. But this is only the beginning.

Fascists will implement their plans. And there are the real fascists in power in Estonia. There are no doubts about that.

It should not be forgotten that the ruling coalition includes the neo-Nazi party Isamaa (Fatherland). This party holds more radical positions than the notorious Conservative People’s Party of Estonia (EKRE). Experts believe that Isamaa determines the degree of the radicalism of the current government. This is indeed the case. The parties with which Isamaa is in coalition are forced to follow the neo-Nazi course, otherwise, they will lose politically if their position is softer.

Isamaa has been doing quite well politically since the 1990s. The party has had no problems entering coalitions with the centrists, the social democrats and the liberals.

Even now, the governing coalition consists of the liberal Reform Party, Isamaa and the Social Democrats. Before that, Isamaa was in a coalition with the right-wing EKRE and the centrists.

Estonia’s current Prime Minister Kaja Kallas represents the Reform Party. But her anti-Russian verbal attacks are worthy of membership in any neo-Nazi party. And that’s not surprising. One has to remember something from Kallas’ biography.

Kallas’s great-grandfather, Eduard Alver, was at the origin of the formation of Kaitseliit and even commanded it for a while. In 1939, the organization went underground and fought on Hitler’s side during the war. Alver also briefly led the Security Police (today’s KaPo). It was this structure that was and is engaged in the search for “Russian spies”.

So it should not be surprising that Kallas, who seems to represent liberals, sets an example for all neo-Nazis and pogromists. She doesn’t have to overstep the bounds of decency to act in concert with Isamaa. For Kallas, neo-Nazism is natural. So it is for the entire political elite in the Baltic States. And these monsters are capable of demolishing not only monuments.

* The “forest brothers” were anti-Soviet guerrilla groups that operated on the territory of the Baltic States (Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia) in the last years of the Great Patriotic War and the post-war period. By the late 1940s and early 1950s the “forest brothers” were provided with supplies, liaison officers and logistical coordination by the British (MI6), US, and Swedish secret intelligence services. The greatest rise of this movement, which used terrorist methods in particular, was in Lithuania in 1944-1947. During 1944-1958 over 25 thousand people were killed by “forest brothers” in Lithuania, about 23 thousand of them were Lithuanians. During the German occupation of the Baltic states from 1941 to 1944, several guerrillas teamed up with the Nazis by joining the Wehrmacht. The last known “forest brother” was Jānis Pīnups, who came out of hiding only in 1995. He had deserted from the Red Army in 1944 and was presumed to miss in action by Soviet authorities in Latvia.

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