Mapping the Global Resurgence of Far Right Power
The vast majority of far-right groups making election waves in Europe are not merely extremist or unsavoury — they are staunch neo-Nazi groups, with explicit Nazi sympathies and affiliations. Many of the most prominent of these parties even have a direct Nazi heritage that remains little-understood.
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Russia wants to accelerate the resurgence of this trans-Atlantic reconstructed-Nazi movement to weaken, if not fragment, the European Union, and ideally to undermine NATO with a view to strike a blow to US influence in Eurasia.
Phi Beta Iota: There is a gold mine of insight in this article. Russia’s support for neo-Nazis may strike some as counter-intuitive, but Vladimir Putin does something US leaders do not do: he thinks strategically. The US Gold War came to a close on 9/11, we are now in an inter-regum before China, Indonesia, Iran, and Russia, among others, constitute a truly alternative economic order that shuts down the City of London and Wall Street outside the USA, where they still own a very corrupt two-party Congress.