Adam Hlobus: Russian empire became ill with severe Nazism
12:01, — Politics
University professors, parliament members and TV journalists became Nazis.
Famous Belarusian poet and publisher Adam Hlobus comments on his blog on the remarks of Russian politologist and philosopher Aleksandr Dugin, who called on Vladimir Putin to kill the Ukrainians.
He drew a parallel between the Nazists in Russia and the Nazists in Hitler's Germany and said the Russians are not better than the Germans.
“Russian Nazist Dugin calls to kill the Ukrainians. He calls to kill people only because of their nationality. The German Nazizsts also called to kill the Gypsies without trials, they called to kill and killed people only because they were the Gypsies. Like the German Nazists, the Russian ones divide nations into useless and useful. This is barbarity,” Adam Hlobus writes.
According to Adam Hlobus, the fact that university professors, parliament members and TV journalists became the Nazists is the Russian barbarity multiplied by two or three.''
“The entire Russian empire became ill with severe Nazism. It began with the hatred for the Chechens and the Georgians, all Caucasian and Baltic nations. Today, the hatred for the Ukrainians has exceeded the most pessimistic forecasts. We expected something bad, but we have met the worst – calls to eliminate the whole big nation,” he summed up.