The Nazis are coming back in Europe. Will we have to fight them again?
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In the following we present our translation of an analysis by a Russian political science and military expert on the resurgence of Nazism in Europe.
Ukraine is just one example of this Nazification. Western European countries also have small contingents of them. Click here for the story: http://www.basfeijen.nl/newcoldwar/ukraineneonazis.htm
You will note that anti-Russian rhetoric is closely associated with this Nazism.
Note on Google Translate:
Some translators may claim they don’t use Google Translate. Sure, some mechanics may claim they don’t use wrenches too.
Let’s be real. If you are a professional translator and you need to make a deadline, using Google is the only way to go. But you had better know the source language well because Google makes mistakes and like in the song “John Henry,” the man must beat the machine.
For example, in this text, Google “thought” the Russian word meaning Nazification meant nationalization. If the human translator had missed that, this whole article would have been virtually meaningless. So translators, keep using the best tool available. But remember, wrenches don’t fix cars, people do. Do your best to fix the messes that your translation software makes.
It boggles the mind to think that the allied forces lost millions of soldiers and civilians in the war against the Nazi axis during the Third Reich. Yet since that time, the ideological – and in some cases, physical – heirs of the Nazis have gained ground steadily. After all, if America had been properly de-Nazified, why do you think the Pentagon would have killed millions of people since WW II? One of the first observers to notice this creeping Nazification was Rodney Atkinson, who made a must-see documentary showing the influence of Nazism on the European Union. As Rodney’s documentary shows, there was a virtually seamless transition from the Third Reich to today’s West, and I include the US, and particularly NATO, in that concept.
According to Atkinson’s documentary, the “ex” Nazis who cropped up as leaders and founders of the EU were all anti-communist, but the underlying motivation of anti-communism in both Europe and the US was not so much a phobia of socialism but an irrational deep-seated racist hatred of Orthodox Russia that goes back over a century. After all, the full name of the Nazis was Nazionalsozialisten, so they were hardly against socialism. There was in fact a cultural and religious component to Nazism. As shown in the video, they generally supported, and were supported by the Catholic Church, which was – and is – ideologically and politically (not so much theologically) opposed to Orthodoxy – especially Serbian and Russian but also Middle Eastern. It was purely a power struggle and it still is. The upshot of the Kosovo war was the near-destruction of the Orthodox heritage, notably ancient churches and Christian cemeteries, in Kosovo, the cradle of Serbian Christianity. To be fair, John Paul II did in fact call for a peaceful end to the Kosovo conflict. However, his claim to an apolitical view of the conflict is tarnished by the fact that he awarded a medal to secessionist leader Rugova after the war, even improperly calling him “president.” Kosovo is Serbian, just as Golan Heights is Syrian.
More on this in our article Can the pope ever put the schism behind him?
“[Secessionist leader] Rugova met with Pope John Paul II, who concerned himself in with Kosovo and the Albanians. His Holiness also spoke of his coming visit to Albania. He gave Dr Rugova a medal, whereas the latter presented His Holiness with a memorial on the Albanian question.”
The fact that Rugova was a Muslim makes it clear that religion was not so much at issue as religious politics – the old Catholic politics of support for the ultra-right at the expense of the Orthodox. Recall that the Catholic clergy supported Hitler’s Ustaše in their project to kill Serbs. Story here. And that the schism in 1054 weakened Byzantium to the point that it could not resist the invading Turks. Plus ça change… In other words, if you can’t support my brand of Christianity, I’ll sic the Turks on you.
If we recall that Kosovo was, during and after the war, a Serbian province and still is (unless the US succeeds in annexing it to Kosovo just as it has tried to annex Golan to Israel), and in fact, is the cradle of Serbian Orthodoxy, and that Rugova wanted to partition Kosovo away from Orthodox Serbia, then the pope’s claim of being apolitical melts away. It is political Catholicism against Orthodoxy, as it has always been since the schism of 1054. John Paul obviously saw the Kosovo conflict as a religious war. In fact, NATO was, wittingly or not, taking the Catholic side of a religious war with Muslims and Catholics supporting the slaughter of Orthodox Serbs.
Satanovsky doesn’t mention it but the fact is, without tacit US support for the Eastern European Nazis, the latter would be rendered toothless. The fact that the US and its Western European allies tolerate this Nazification clearly shows that Washington is no enemy of Nazism. In fact, Washington’s support for the extreme right Israeli regime shows that it actively encourages the same kind of nationalistic hate toward its outsiders – notably Palestinians and Iranians – as the Third Reich showed toward its outsiders. The only difference is in the scale of the hostility.
Have you noticed that no report or memo of the US government or NATO and practically no msm report ever discusses the morality of US-led conflicts? They may mention chemical weapons or WMDs and may mention unproved accusations that some national leader used these, but they never talk about the morality of destroying large swaths of a population (which one could describe as genocide) as a remedy for such alleged violations of human rights.
It ought to be clear – yet is obscured by the press, which never uses words like moral or immoral – that these massacres are immoral. Perhaps I am setting a precedent by saying what every reader should know deep down inside, namely, that every US-waged war since WW II has been immoral and violates principles not only of international law but also of what nations like the US claiming to be Christian consider to be God’s laws. The morality of it is not rocket science or too complex to be apprehended by the average Joe. It is clear-cut and normal humans would sense it if it were not for the rigamarole and sophistry emanating from the war departments of the US and allies, where no one dies but just become “casualties.” The Serbs now know what I am talking about. They were the recipients of NATO democracy-bringing bombs and missiles and over a thousand of their family and loved ones died a meaningless death when NATO struck their towns.
To help you understand what Satanovsky is talking about, here is a report by the Orthodox church on Polish Nazi commemoration of a Nazi murderer. This is current and is happening today. This was the last thing your dad or granddad expected when he came home from WW II thinking he and the allies had defeated the Nazis. Don’t expect morality in the church or the secular West.
Satanovsky predicted "cruel war" of Russia with Europe after its Nazification
March 13, 2019
Political scientist Yevgeny Satanovsky said that the Russian Federation’s refusal to apply harsh denazification methods in Eastern Europe raises the threat of a brutal war in the near future.
Satanovsky spoke of the Nazification of Europe in the context of the justification in Poland of Nazi criminal Romuald Rice ("Boury"). The expert ironically called the ability of Poland, Ukraine and a number of other countries in the region to whitewash recognized criminals “surprising.”
According to the political scientist, the Nazification, official justification and glorification of figures like Rice calls into question the expediency of the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Eastern Europe. “They say Gorbachev gave them their freedom. Now I’m seeing that this is the freedom to revive fascism and strengthen neo-Nazism in our former fraternal socialist republics,” he said outraged.
The expert believes that the reaction of Russia to the nazification and its manifestations will be limited to the statements of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. At the same time, Satanovsky emphasizes that Moscow should have given the kind of answer that "these guys understand." “Denazification is real again.” He stressed.
Explaining his pessimism, Satanovsky recalled that the Russian Federation since 2014 has tolerated on its border Ukrainian neo-Nazi groups that have risen after the coup. "Thank God, Crimea is in Russia. And what about Odessa, Lvov, Kiev, and Dnepropetrovsk? I don’t predict anything, but at some point some next generation will have to fight, and very bitterly," said the political scientist.
Eastern European neo-Nazis, according to Satanovsky, will be armed, prepared, ideologically savvy and "imbued with severe hatred against us (the Russian Federation) by the time of the war. They will form, train, arm, and kill. And they will have to fight under much worse conditions than we have today,” Satanovsky predicted on the air of Vesti radio.
Recall that the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned the ambassador of Poland demanding clarification after an acquittal of Rice. Minsk was outraged by the partial withdrawal of charges against the Nazi criminal, who was directly involved in the slaughter of Belarusian peasants during the Nazi occupation in the Second World War.
The author: Grigory Egorov