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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Successors whites spoke out against “the tyranny of the KGB” in Russia


Living in Germany, Alexander von Hahn is the grandson of white officer — revives founded by Peter Wrangel during the Russian Civil war Council. In his framework he has already released his own Manifesto, which proclaimed the main goals of the new movement.


photo: Gennady Cherkasov

To them von Hahn took the “revival of Russia, restoration of rights and protection of the interests of its citizens, lustration, changing the electoral law and the convening of an all-Russian Zemsky Sobor”.

In addition, von Hahn intends to make of the “trial of Bolshevism and chekistam”.

In the manifest, written in the old spelling, it was explained that the author considers illegal Soviet and Russian authorities, as they are based on the crime of coup d’etat of October 1917. It also comes from decisions the white guard governments during the Civil war, who denied all Soviet decrees.

Calling “throw off the shameful chains of indifference to the fate of the Motherland,” von Hahn notes that the Russian Council oppose the “gang of robbers, led by international scum”. In an interview with radio Liberty he explained his idea: the main enemies of free Russia are, in his view, “security officers”, all of the émigré organization somehow supported the annexation of Crimea, and thus began to collaborate with the state security.

Note that von Hahn had previously strongly criticized the existing regime, noting that “Russian world” is not violence but compassion.

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