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11.08.2005

The Brownshirts Unite

The Brownshirts Unite

Moscow Human Rights Bureau has sent letters to the Ministry of Justice of Russian Federation concerning the fifth congress of National-Imperial Party of Russia, which was denied legitimate registration in 2003, taking place in Moscow, where xenophobic and nationalist rhetoric was once again to be heard. Radical nationalists from abroad also participated in the congress. At the plenary session a German delegation was present, comprised of Michael Kott, who had a few years ago headed the “German Socialist Military Union” and now is the leader of the “German People’s Union” and Bernhard Gruiss, German Social-Nationalist chairman. Jurgen Graff, who had been condemned July, 21, 1998, by the Baden Court in Switzerland to 15-month incarceration and a forfeiture of 8 thousand Swiss francs for having written and edited four anti-Semitist books where Graff makes an attempt, resorting to various manipulations, to prove that Holocaust is a myth created by “Zionist propaganda”, acted as an interpreter. Let us mark that Graff harboured himself in Byelorussia to escape the penalty.
The congress charged the Presidium with drafting the treaty of friendship and cooperation between NIPR and their German confederates.
The participants made statements against “the aggressive external policies of the USA and Israel who for the chauvinist and economic reasons are apt at plunging the whole peoples into a bloody chaos, particularly, the peoples of two independent states – Iran and Sudan” and for colonel Budanov.

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