November 25, 2014
Despite the fact that Russia was the leading force behind the recent push at the UN to denounce the awesome rise of global Nazism, Putin is presently lining himself up with all of the various parties in Europe which get called Nazi.
Apparently, Russia is trying to position itself to become the global center of traditional conservative values across the planet. On Monday, Bild reported on document titled “Putin: The New Leader of International Conservatism,” wherein the Russian-based Centre for Strategic Communications explains how the Czar of Russia can position himself as such a figure by playing to right-wing parties in Europe.
He is acting quickly on this plan.
Recently, large ado was made about Le Pen’s National Front receiving cash from Russia.
France’s far-right National Front has admitted receiving a big Russian loan amid growing evidence of a secret Kremlin campaign to buy influence in European politics.
Marine Le Pen, leader of the populist anti-EU party, confirmed after a media leak that it had borrowed €9 million ($12.8m) in September from the Russian-owned First Czech-Russian Bank. She said French and other Western banks had refused finance for the National Front, which is France’s most popular party according to the opinion polls. “We signed with the First (bank) who agreed and we’re very happy about it,” she said. She insisted it was “ridiculous to suggest that gaining a loan would determine our international position”.
“These insinuations are outrageous and offensive.” Ms Le Pen said.
She noted that her party had long held strong pro-Russian views.
The paper also specifically mentioned Germany’s right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD), suggesting loans be given to it as well.
The paper’s authors highlight one of the AfD’s financing methods – trading gold – as a way for the Kremlin to buy influence into the party. The advisors suggested the Russian government could sell gold to the party at a loss or use the Germans as a middleman for gold trading at commission as a way of filling the party’s coffers.
The AfD has sold gold worth €2.1 million since October, making low profits but aim to maximise the amount of public aid – calculated according to how many votes a party wins and its other income – it receives.
And then, Austria.
The leader of Austria’s right-wing Freedom Party (FPÖ), Heinz-Christian Strache, is in Moscow for a discussion on “overcoming the crisis in Europe”.
This comes amid speculation as to whether the FPÖ might have received financial support from Russia, after a Moscow strategy paper seen by German media revealed that Russian President Vladimir Putin has been advised to influence Europe through right-wing populist parties including Alternativ für Deutschland (AfD).
The round-table discussion is being chaired by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
Strache is accompanied by the chairman of the Vienna FPÖ Johann Gudenus, the party’s foreign policy spokesman Johannes Hübner, and science spokesman Andreas Karlsböck. In a press statement the FPÖ said that the meeting was being attended by politicians, scientists and experts from across Europe.
The national manager for the social democrats, Norbert Darabos, said that he found “the extent to which the FPÖ has recently courted Russia very striking”. He called on Strache to speak out, rather than relying on Gudenus, and explain the nature of the “strategic friendship”.
You’ll recall I predicted this happening a year ago. It was the obvious, logical course for both Russia and the European traditionalist right (“far-right”). However, in the last year, I have seen Putin does some very questionable things… or rather, to be more accurate, make some very questionable statements. Deeds have not been done which I found questionable, unless one considers a statement a deed… and I do consider it so.
Russia’s anti-Nazi rhetoric might be seen as merely targeting the Jewkrainian fake Nazi government, but it seems to have gone beyond that. Though that isn’t to say it couldn’t be part of some strategy I’m not seeing.
I like how things are going in Russia though. The gays are being rightfully oppressed, the birthrate is rising, criminal Jews being arrested, Muslims are being rounded up and so on. Though I must admit, my position is that of someone who has never been inside of Russia, and I don’t know what the situation is like on the ground.
The flip-side to Putin funding the right and helping it rise in Europe will be that he will be capable of greatly influencing the narrative of the right, and it seems that this won’t include Jew-bashing. Though to be fair, Jobbik is very anti-Jew and Russia has aligned with them. But Jobbik is anti-racist. However, Dugin, who is apparently playing a role in Putin’s master plan, was intending to meet at a conference with Richard Spencer and Jared Taylor, who are pro-Jew but also racist. So we are seeing some positive overlap, and we have not seen Putin condemn racism or Jew hatred among specific groups, but merely in general, which could simply be PR.
Oh but then you have this horrible Marxist and Kremlin-funded RT station pushing all of this Social Justice gibberish all through the tubes – what is the deal with that?
Ah, but then you also have the obvious reality that Putin is despised by the Western Jews of the EU and the US who are constantly trying to start a war with him and steal parts of his base. Being attacked by Jews in this way definitely makes him look good.
Also, I just can’t help but have good feelings about a guy who is willing to put the clampdown on the faggots. Because I sure do hate faggots.
One thing is certain here: the situation is complicated.
Ultimately, I am presently both hopeful and hesitant. But at least something is happening.