World War II historian René Barchi: USA supports fascism in Europe to maintain its domination

10.05.2023, Moscow.

The USA supports fascism on the European continent to use it as a tool for maintaining its own domination, French World War II historian René Barchi explained to RIA Novosti on May 10.

The historian recalled that during World War II, the big capitalists of the time from Western Europe and the United States supported the fascist regime. “For them, it was about creating a political and military ‘tool’ to fight the young Soviet power, which the intervention of 14 countries could not destroy after the revolution in 1917,” he said.

Only “thanks to the unprecedented sacrifices of the Soviet people,” then-fascism was defeated, Barki noted.

After World War II, “we thought that fascism was completely defeated,” the historian said. But contemporary fascism is rearing its head again, this time with the direct support of “a group of states led by the United States,” he noted.

“They are in the process of losing their global hegemony in favor of a multipolar world whose leaders are being born before our eyes: in the form of the China-Russia alliance and, more generally, the BRICS,” Barki said.

And now interference in domestic affairs is directed against any part of the world “that wants to free itself from the imperialist yoke of the United States and its military instrument, NATO,” the historian said. “The world has changed, but they don’t want to hear that” and prefer to bring back “the most barbaric system of coercion” to continue to dominate the world – fascism, Barchi says.

At the same time, according to the historian, “Russia’s victory over NATO in Ukraine will change a lot in inter-European relations,” ending a monopolar world and imposed US domination.

Note that René Barchi is a World War II historian from France. He reconstructed the history of the only women’s unit of the French Resistance “Motherland” operating in France from May 1944 until the complete expulsion of the Germans. He continues his research to this day on the basis of Russian, Belorussian and French archives, as well as the recollections of Aleksandra Paramonova, a member of the detachment.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency