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Ukraine, Nazism and anti-Semitism

NAZISTER: � / No one should be in doubt about their values: white, male power, and the will and capacity for violence.
As expressed: "the condemned Jew is crushed."

The Russian invasion of Ukraine this spring has made the topic of anti-Semitism relevant. This is not least because Putin partly justified the invasion by wanting to fight Nazi groups in the country. This was perhaps especially true in the steel city of Mariupol, with a concentration of soldiers from the so-called Azov Battalion. But Nazism in Ukraine was quickly dismissed as fabrication and Russian propaganda.

In British Guardian writes Jason Stanley as early as February 26, just two days after Putin's speech and invasion, that "de-Nazifying" was nonsense. The struggle against Nazism must also not be understood as a Russian struggle. . .

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John Y. Jones
Cand. Philol, freelance journalist affiliated with MODERN TIMES

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