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He who hasn’t read…

the abridged version of The Gulag Archipelago and considers himself a NazBol should read it after watching this image about Russians holding up a poster saying ‘Hitler the Liberator’.

See my latest entry about today’s catastrophe: the contributions of Stefan Molyneux, Richard Spencer, Jared Taylor and David Duke have been vaporized in YouTube. If you don’t get a copy of Solzhenitsyn’s non-fiction books, The Gulag Archipelago and 200 Years Together, you might not be able to get them in the future. The System is devoted to suppress all dissident speech.

9 replies on “He who hasn’t read…”

Just for the record, ‘NazBol’ is short for National Bolshevism, which seeks to combine the extreme far right, and the extreme far left. The way it does this is extreme left economics (statism), and extreme right culturally (ultra-nationalism). The end result is basically an edgy way of saying Italian fascism, but some are using it to mean an impossible chimera between Nazism and Bolshevism.

The term National Bolshevism was created by the newspaper Deutsche Tageszeitung in 1919 to describe the doctrine of Paul Eltzbacher, an Anarchist who adopted Bolshevism. Paul Eltzbacher was a Jew.

What I never understood is how individuals like Alexander Dugin are considered “Nazbol” when there is nothing “Naz” about them. If I recall correctly, Franz Boas is endorsed in The Fourth Political Theory. I know Arktos publishes Dugin’s works, but do individuals seriously consider themselves to be Nazbols? Because I thought it was just an internet joke. In any case, TFPT was just Civic Nationalism mixed with Eurasianism.

Yockey saw the USSR as advancing towards a “Red Fascism” and preferable to the liberalism of Western Christendom. I think this is a fairly accurate observation, as we have seen China exhibiting similar behavior; deviating from the behavior of its revolutionary inception in order to compete in the global capitalist market while remaining racially homogenous and illiberal. North Korean Juche is ethnically homogenous and exhibits more explicit policies akin to German National Socialism. However, I don’t think that makes Yockey a “Nazbol”. It would appear that “Nazbols” are a Civic Nationalist Eurasianist phenomenon (Duginism). Also, if I recall correctly, “Holocaust denial” is still a heresy crime in Russia (the 1649 Maryland Toleration Act of the 20th-21st century). An interesting statistic I recently came across, according to ABC News in 2007, half of the world’s total “Neo-Nazis” were Russian.

Certain individuals, and I think this was Yockey’s shortcoming, were optimistic of Soviet Anti-Zionism. The works of Frank L. Britton and Dr. David Duke debunk the erroneous idea that there was a “Soviet Anti-Semitism”.

A quick search on the English wiki: “It is estimated that the number of Soviet collaborators with the Nazi German military was around 1 Million – between 600,000 and 1,400,000 Soviets (Russians and non-Russians)”. The Russian wiki says about 400,000 ethnic Russians. And those figures don’t count around 800,000 pro-German Russian emigrants which was forced to leave their fatherland after the Communist revolution. I think a collective energy of the 2 million people effort may well could create such phenomena as depicted on the photo and be not a forgery.

I asked this before posting this picture on a Slavic forum. Only one person asked me if this was made with photoshop, and she is actually a personal friend of mine.

No one in the forum has even commented on my post until now.

Funny. Thank you Cesar for your efforts here.

The Nazis tried to save the world and now it will be destroyed.
WWII was about saving communism so the global Soviet could be installed.

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