There has been meeting in support of national-bolsheviks and other russian political prisoners in Brno (Czechia) on the 6th of February. Meeting has been organised by Czech and Slovak nazbols, made a header “In 21 centuries – with political prisoners?”.
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It is a bad sign when headlines start to get confusing. Didn’t I read this before, a couple of weeks, or maybe a month, ago? Did an underpaid hack, suffering from a hangover on a slow news day, decide to do some creative recycling? Or are news stories starting to run together in my head for some other reason — perhaps because certain things are happening over and over again?
I had that feeling of deja vu when I read about the Monday attack on National Bolshevik Party activists. As many as 30 people, armed with baseball bats and, according to some eyewitnesses, with gas pistols firing rubber bullets, attacked a meeting of opposition youth groups attended by NBP members. At least three people were seriously injured. I felt like I had read this news item a couple of times before. No wonder: well-organized thugs had already attacked NBP activists three times this year, in March and in January during their meetings and once, in February, when a group of activists was returning from a rally. (more…)
The 19 February, from 14.00 to 15.00, the national-Bolsheviks picketed the office of the company “Itera” on the Sevastopoloski prospect in Moscow. The action was arranged for the birthday of the Turkmenbashi, celebrated in Turkmenia as a governmental holiday. “Itera” is one of the largest business-partners of Niazov.
SARATOV, Volga Region — Writer Eduard Limonov has never been one to keep his thoughts to himself, especially when it comes to “the evil force called The System.”
Under communism, Limonov’s anti-Soviet views got him expelled from the country. When he returned to Russia in the mid-1990s after 20 years abroad, he headed up a fringe ultranationalist movement and railed against the new regime in the Kremlin, preaching extremism and social justice “by any means necessary.” (more…)