Investigation after ‘Nazi monkey’ appears in Russian circus
The show also featured goats wrapped in Nazi flags with swastikas, according to the Russian news website Znak.
The performance was part of a show at the Udmurtia Circus in the city of Izhevsk on 8 January.
It was commissioned by the Russian Orthodox Church, which said the show symbolised the “spurning” of Nazism.
Russian law forbids public displays of Nazi symbols.
The Orthodox Church, meanwhile, has defended the performance. It said the show was intended to be “a symbol of not just the victory over fascism, but also of the spurning and the global condemnation of the ideals of Nazi Germany”.
The Church insists it is covered by an exemption signed by President Vladimir Putin in March 2020. The exemption allows the display of Nazi symbols providing they “create a negative attitude to Nazi ideology”.
The monkey and the goats were commanded by trainers wearing Soviet uniforms during the show, Church officials said.
Religious believers were persecuted in the former USSR, but now Orthodoxy and the veneration of the Soviet victory against Nazi Germany form two of the most important pillars of Russian state ideology.
Circus shows involving animals are still legal in Russia.
And this is why the Orthodox Church must be destroyed.
For the record, authentic National Socialists do not find the above show in any way insulting, as we do not consider monkeys and goats to be inferior (quite the contrary). In putting on such a show, the Orthodox expose firstly their own anthropocentrism and humanism (both of which come straight from the Tanakh), and hence confirm their own inferiority by Aryan standards.
Secondly they expose that they still – accurately – consider us a threat to them. As they rally Turandom, they remain aware of the uncompromising anti-Turanist force that we have always represented.
While Operation Barbarossa was ultimately a failure in terms of territorial acquisition, in terms of personnel attrition it was a considerable success. Imagine how much more Turanian blood there might be in the world today if Operation Barbarossa had not occurred and hence all those who had died were instead left alive to reproduce!
The plan as a means of mass murder was outlined in several documents, including one that became known as Göring’s Green Folder, which quoted a number of “20 to 30 million” expected Russian deaths from “military actions and crises of food supply”.
The Hunger Plan caused the deaths of millions of citizens in the German-occupied territories of the Soviet Union. The historian Timothy Snyder estimates that “4.2 million Soviet citizens (largely Russians, Belarusians, and Ukrainians) [were] starved by the German occupiers in 1941–1944″. Among the victims were many Jews, whom the Nazis forced into ghettos and Soviet prisoners of war, whose movement was most easily controlled by the Germans and thus easily cut off from food supplies. Jews were prohibited from purchasing eggs, butter, milk, meat or fruit.
The most reliable figures for the death rate among Soviet prisoners of war in German captivity reveal that 3.3 million died from a total of 5.7 million captured between June 1941 and February 1945, most directly or indirectly as a result of starvation. Of these 3.3 million, 2 million had already died by the beginning of February 1942. The enormous number of deaths was the result of a deliberate policy of starvation directed against Soviet POWs.
1.2 million civilians perished in Leningrad but around 1.4 million people were rescued by military evacuation between September 1941 and November 1943. After the war, the Soviet government reported about 670,000 registered deaths from 1941 to January 1944, explained as resulting mostly from starvation, stress and exposure.
Some independent studies suggest a much higher death toll of between 700,000 and 1.5 million, with most estimates putting civilian losses at around 1.1 to 1.3 million.
The total number of human losses during the 29 months of the siege of Leningrad is estimated as 1.5 million, both civilian and military. Only 700,000 people were left alive of a 3.5 million pre-war population.
Hitler’s directive No. 1601 ordered that “St. Petersburg must be erased from the face of the Earth” and “we have no interest in saving lives of the civilian population.”
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