Russia Sentences Antifa Group to Prison as Terrorists, Amnesty International Jews Lose Their Tops

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 11, 2020

Thanks for the quotation marks, BBC. Otherwise, someone might think you’re biased against Russia.

The Jewish media and Jewish rights groups are flipping their lids accusing Russia of being a fascist state and of fabricating charges against an armed antifa group.

Imagine claiming that there is an antifa group that isn’t planning to violently overthrow the government. The antifa groups in America openly declare this as their goal on their Twitter pages.

Hilariously, what the media describes as their “alternate facts” is what actually happened to the right-wing in America following Charlottesville, who were all accused of being terrorists despite there being no evidence.


Seven Russian anarchists and anti-fascist activists have been handed lengthy jail terms on terror charges.

A court in the city of Penza sentenced the men – said to be part of a group known as Set, meaning Network – to between six and 18 years in penal colonies.

Russian authorities say they were plotting to overthrow the government.

But rights groups and lawyers say the charges were fabricated, and the men were tortured into confessing.

Prominent opposition figure Alexei Navalny described the sentences as “horrific” in a tweet, and called the Set group a “fictitious terrorist organisation”.

All seven men – Dmitry Pchelintsev, Ilya Shakursky, Andrei Chernov, Maksim Ivankin, Mikhail Kulkov, Vasily Kuksov and Arman Sagynbaev – will be sent to penal colonies.

Pchelinstev received the longest sentence after being convicted of creating the Network. The 27-year-old was handed an 18-year term, while the other six will serve between six and 16 years and were convicted of a variety of other offences, including illegal possession of weapons.

Independent news site MediaZone says people gathered outside singing and banging drums, next to masked security officers.

All of the defendants insist that the Set organisation is pure fantasy, created by state security agency the FSB through falsifying evidence. They admit that they belong to the same social circles and share music tastes, anti-Nazi, left-wing political views and have been on weekends away playing airsoft. Yet several of them have not even met before the arrest.

Some of them also say that they have been forced to sign admissions of guilt under torture. Pchelintsev has said that he had marks on his body from electrocution and has asked for medical expertise to record them but was denied.

Oh come on.

That is purely intended for international consumption. No one in Russia would believe that they were tortured with electricity.

So who were these people’s lawyers that informed them they should be putting out memes intended to be picked up by Amnesty International and the BBC?

Though the men describe themselves as anarchists and anti-fascists, they deny being part of any organisation. They have played airsoft together in the past – a team shooting sport using small plastic pellets – which Russian authorities said were training for attacks.

Before the sentences, a spokeswoman for Amnesty International called the terror charges “a figment of the Russian security services’ imagination that was fabricated in an attempt to silence these activists”.

Oh the poor activists.

Amnesty International lost any and all moral authority when they refused to speak out about RAM, The Proud Boys and James Fields. While they claim to be a broad advocacy group for people persecuted by governments, they have no problem with political persecution against right-wingers, and will give credibility to the persecution by refusing to mention it. By being an organization that claims to speak out against all political persecution, and then not doing it in specific cases, they actually weaken those people’s defenses. And for some reason, they never speak out against the political persecution of enemies of Jews. But for some reason have no trouble defending Ukrainian neo-Nazis (who happen to be led by the IDF).

So, given that Amnesty International is known to skip the defenses of political prisoners who are opposed to the Jews, wouldn’t they obviously support real criminals who are supportive of Jews? Is being defended by Amnesty International not now an indication of probable guilt?

I personally think so.

We also have the issue of what business it is of the international Jews if Russia wants to lock up people who oppose the government. I didn’t see anyone from any country opposed to the US defending the Charlottesville political prisoners.

On the contrary – the Ayatollah posted cringe.