Tag Archives: The far right

The rise of Russia’s neo-Nazi football rowdies

The long speak: For the past two decades the Russian regime has encouraged groups of violent far-right devotees. As the World Cup approachings, it is struggling to tame them. By Simon Parkin The day that Denis Nikitin, a Russian neo-Nazi who claims he formerly retained a framed image of Joseph Goebbels in his bedroom, took part in his first street …

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The rise of Russia’s neo-Nazi football hooligans

The long read: For the past the last two decades the Russian commonwealth has encouraged an organization of murderous far-right fans. As the World Cup approaches, it is struggling to tame them. By Simon Parkin The day that Denis Nikitin, a Russian neo-Nazi who claims he formerly preserved a framed photo of Joseph Goebbels in his bedroom, took part in …

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The rise of Russia’s neo-Nazi football bullies

The long read: For the past the last two decades the Russian nation has encouraged an organization of murderous far-right devotees. As the World Cup approaches, it is struggling to tame them. By Simon Parkin The day that Denis Nikitin, a Russian neo-Nazi who claims he formerly continued a framed picture of Joseph Goebbels in his bedroom, took part in …

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The rise of Russia’s neo-Nazi football goons

The long read: For the past the last two decades the Russian territory has encouraged groups of violent far-right followers. As the World cup finals approaches, it is struggling to tame them. By Simon Parkin The day that Denis Nikitin, a Russian neo-Nazi who claims he once obstructed a framed photo of Joseph Goebbels in his bedroom, took part in …

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The rise of Russia’s neo-Nazi football hooligans

The long read: For the past twenty years the Russian district has encouraged groups of violent far-right followers. As the World Cup approaches, it is struggling to tame them. By Simon Parkin The day that Denis Nikitin, a Russian neo-Nazi who claims he once maintained a framed image of Joseph Goebbels in his bedroom, took part in his first street …

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The rise of Russia’s neo-Nazi football goons

The long speak: For the past two decades the Russian district has encouraged groups of brutal far-right devotees. As the World Cup approaches, it is struggling to tame them. By Simon Parkin The day that Denis Nikitin, a Russian neo-Nazi who claims he once deterred a framed image of Joseph Goebbels in his bedroom, took part in his first street …

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Totalitarian oppose teams: how white nationalists use MMA as a recruiting implement

Far-right radicals across Europe and Northern america are expending mixed martial arts to swell their numbers, spread their dogma and fight their enemies ” You will not supplant us .” This was one of the slogans sung during a rallying in Charlottesville, Virginia on the night of 11 August 2017. Nearly 100 young lily-white soldiers- most of whom brandished tiki …

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The rise of Russia’s neo-Nazi football rowdies

The long speak: For the past twenty years the Russian regime has encouraged groups of violent far-right devotees. As the World cup finals approachings, it is struggling to tame them. By Simon Parkin The day that Denis Nikitin, a Russian neo-Nazi who claims he formerly deterred a framed image of Joseph Goebbels in his bedroom, took part in his first …

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The rise of Russia’s neo-Nazi football hooligans

The long speak: For the past two decades the Russian territory has encouraged groups of murderous far-right devotees. As the World cup finals approachings, it is struggling to tame them. By Simon Parkin The day that Denis Nikitin, a Russian neo-Nazi who claims he formerly prevented a framed photo of Joseph Goebbels in his bedroom, took part in his first …

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The totalitarian shift that has brought Mussolini back to the mainstream

The long speak: Italys CasaPound has been central to normalising autocracy again in the member states of its delivery. Now theyre trying to enter parliament On the night of 27 December 2003, five men ended into a huge, empty place complex in Rome, just south of the city’s main railway station, Roma Termini. A few epoches earlier, “the mens” had …

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