Dmitry Rogozin: A Russian Nationalist Re-enters the Political Arena

Peter Stuyvesant


Many of us have experienced the Cold War and identify Russia with communism and authoritarianism, or at least as an ‘Eastern power’ instead of a potential ally of the West. But we should not forget that it was the Swedish Viking-leader Rurik who united the Slavic tribes east of Poland under a dynasty which would last until the Revolution of 1917. It was Czar Ivan IV (the Terrible) who in the 16th century finally broke the Muslim-Mongol power which had been a threat for Europe since the hordes of Ögödei Khan’s arrived in the 13th century. In the following centuries the Russians expanded beyond the Ural mountains which led to the conquest of a large part of the Eurasian landmass and the White dominance over it. It was not until the defeat at the hands of the Japanese in 1905 that the Russian expansion was checked.

The Russian colonization of the northern part of the Eurasian landmass can only be compared to the Anglo-Saxon colonization of North-America in terms of historical significance for the rise of the White race. Both expansions have secured sufficient land mass for Whites beyond the European peninsula to develop a sizeable population to persist. Nowadays, the Russians are as much in demographic and to some extent cultural decay as their Anglo-Saxon brethren on the other side of the Bering Straits. The birthrates are dropping under the replacement level and the lands are prone to immigration from non-Whites. In the case of Russia the threat is twofold – from the Causasian and Central-Asian Muslims and the Chinese. Although Russia has a strong cultural and ethnic awareness, the leadership is not always reflecting popular sentiment.

Lately Dmitry Rogozin, Russia’s ambassador to NATO, has vowed his return to Russian politics. This is very interesting because he was actually ‘exiled’ as an ambassador because the Putinist faction feared his rising popularity among the Russians. Rogozin was the leading man of the nationalist Congress of Russian Communities, which was founded by the deceased general Lebed.

Dmitry Rogozin

Rogozin has noticed similarities between immigration in the West and the East:

Like the West, Russia has come under unprecedented immigration pressure. Our immigration is not justified in terms of the economy and is extremely dangerous politically and socially.

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His vocal opposition against immigration is not merely economic, but also outspokenly ethnically motivated:

Natives of those [North Caucaus] republics defiantly violate the Russian cultural standard. Some peoples in Russia are more equal than others, and the Russian people are now in the position of the discriminated [against] majority.

He calls for the “re-nationalization of the Russian people, re-establishment of the spirit of statehood…and resurrection of historical memory and great Russian culture.”

In 2003 Rogozin became head of the nationalist Rodina [Motherland] coalition. After being forced out of that position, he became involved with the Movement Against Illegal Immigration, “championing the rights of ethnic Russians and organizing nationalist demonstrations.” While head of Rodina, the party put on a television ad starring Rogozin:

The video shows three surly Azerbaijanis eating watermelon and throwing the peels on the ground; to make their nationality clear, Azerbaijani music is playing in the background. A dignified Russian mother is walking by pushing her child in a pram, stepping on the peels. One of the Azerbaijanis insults the Russian lady. All this is witnessed by Rogozin and his vice president; this time Terminator music starts playing in the background. They ask the Azerbaijanis to “clean the space”, but the Azerbaijanis ignore them. Then Rogozin puts a firm hand on one of the Azerbaijanis, and demands of him: “Do you understand Russian?” That’s when the logo of Rodina appears, and the words below the logo say “We will clear Moscow of the dirt”. [Emphasis in text]

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZW6M2B8CgnA

The imagery of defending a Russian woman and her baby against foreign men is particularly striking. Imagine a similar ad aired by a US political party directed against immigrants being aired on the major television networks.

The independence of the former Soviet republics in the Caucasus and Central Asia has reversed the ethnic tables. In the Soviet era, it was the Russians who colonized those republics, but now the migration flows are reversed and Russia is being flooded by nationalities from the empoverished former republics. In some way, this is similar to the trend in the West, where colonizing countries were confronted by the influx of immigrants from former colonies in Asia and Africa. In the case of Russia there is actually an even greater peril than the steady migration from the former Soviet republics and that is the influx of millions of Chinese.

Here are the facts: There are 10 million Russians and other minorities in Siberia, while there 100 million people who live on the Chinese side of the border with Russia. Now there are 250,000 legal Chinese immigrants in Russia, but given the above facts there will be more to come. Siberia is the backyard of China and full of resources which China will need for a sustained economic growth. Chinese colonization, whether planned or spontanuous, will jeopardize Russian and subconsequently White dominance of the northern part of the Eurasian landmass. The question is whether America should persist in antagonizing Russia instead of reaching out to check Chinese expansion in East Asia.

Meanwhile Dmitry Rogozin is beating the drum in Russia against immigration, partially based on his experience in the West:

The reason for the failure of multiculturalism in Europe is a result of the reaction to the European Nazism and fascism, which is “another extreme”. It has not been beneficial: Europe’s Muslims are stronger religiously and have more solidarity than the native population.

Rogozin acknowledges that Russia and Europe face the same dangers of immigration and Muslim demographic and cultural expansion. He has dubbed his cause the ‘Russian question’ to define his politics as of historical importance:

This is the first time the Russian ethnic population has begun to mobilize on such a scale and with such intensity since WWII. The Russian question  is the central nerve of Russia’s modern politics. Not only do the country’s stability and integrity depend on the resolution of the Russian issue, but so does the vector of its historic development.

Let’s hope that Rogozin rises to power in Russia—and for the rise of a ‘Rogozin’ in America and elsewhere throughout the West.

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18 Comments to "Dmitry Rogozin: A Russian Nationalist Re-enters the Political Arena"

  1. Ciaran's Gravatar Ciaran
    September 10, 2011 - 9:15 am | Permalink

    The commercial brought tears to my eyes. This depicted adult – ADULT – males, defending a beautiful young woman, and her CHILD.

    [It] showed what’s important to them. Their future lies in the pram.

    It does not show over-grown BabyMen, aping Negroes, chasing BunnyGirls, and new elctronic toys, and cars.

    I like the fact that the men were calm, and purposeful, in telling the aliens to clean up their mess. From what I know about Russians – when they mean business – they mean business.

    Bless them.

  2. Henry Baxley's Gravatar Henry Baxley
    September 10, 2011 - 1:08 pm | Permalink

    The greatest and most immediate threat to the nuclear family, and by extention civilization itself, is the idiology of “equality” and the champions of this false God are among our own kind, they are your neighbors, your lovers, workmates, and your own family.
    The white mans struggle for supremacy (without which he will perish) has failed miserably and will continue to fail until he recognizes this simple fact.
    An ally is not an ally if you are both stabbing yourself in the throat

  3. ethnonationalism's Gravatar ethnonationalism
    September 10, 2011 - 1:09 pm | Permalink

    Peter Stuyvesant:
    “But we should not forget that it was the Swedish Viking-leader Rurik who united the Slavic tribes east of Poland under a dynasty which would last until the Revolution of 1917. ”

    The Romanovs are not the descendants of Rurik…
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Romanov

  4. September 10, 2011 - 2:45 pm | Permalink

    Only a Russian Natiional Socialist government can save the White Race.

  5. Brata Miroslav's Gravatar Brata Miroslav
    September 10, 2011 - 3:16 pm | Permalink

    I think you’re all out of your mind.

    Until you start lifting weights, getting strong, learning how to fight, you’ll forever be posting comments on web blogs.

    You know this saying, “show me by action not by word”; show it by action, not by type.

    Be tough 24/7 and you will earn respect, regardless of this big monsoon of media pressure against you.

  6. Someday's Gravatar Someday
    September 10, 2011 - 3:17 pm | Permalink

    @Ciaran:
    Black youth ‘culture’ with its aggressive behavior, boasting, and risk taking in search of immediate status is a powerful marketing tool for the music business and Reebok ect. When you look at their extremely professional videos featuring acres of willing female flesh (no children to be taken care of as daddy don’t stick around) it’s not too surprising that it is successful. And some women are attracted to swaggering males.

    There needs to be an alteration in society so that the responsible men who support families get all the respect. I think that change might be easier to make in Russia.

  7. Brata Miroslav's Gravatar Brata Miroslav
    September 10, 2011 - 3:22 pm | Permalink

    @Someday:

    Yea, but those males that want to raise the good families do not, THEY DO NOT, have a justification to be weak and unable to do a pull-up.

    Strength training would benefit these males immensely, and there is no commandment against becoming strong.

    Dr KM could become strong too if he devoted time to it.

    This is what you’re all missing.

  8. Cary's Gravatar Cary
    September 10, 2011 - 3:25 pm | Permalink

    “It was Czar Ivan IV (the Terrible) who in the 16th century finally broke the Muslim-Mongol power which had been a threat for Europe since the hordes of Ögödei Khan’s arrived in the 13th century.”

    Catherine the Great pretty much finished the job in 1792 (during the same time as George Washington’s first term as USA president) by getting Turkish (Ottoman) agreement to Russia’s demand to annex the Crimean Peninsula. That crushed the last khanates and other state structures from the time of the Mongol invasions.

  9. Richard IV's Gravatar Richard IV
    September 10, 2011 - 4:12 pm | Permalink

    @fender:

    40% of Russians are “anti-Semitic”, from what I heard. So things can’t be as bad as all that.

  10. ethnonationalism's Gravatar ethnonationalism
    September 10, 2011 - 5:19 pm | Permalink

    Russia should just give independence to Chechnya.

    As long as Chechnya is a part of Russia, Russians have no right to complain about Chechens moving to Moscow and St. Petersburg.

  11. Rehmat's Gravatar Rehmat
    September 10, 2011 - 9:57 pm | Permalink

    A history lesson for the writer. Muslims have been threat the Viking hordes since Europe’s Dark Age. This threat began in 711 CE when Arab Muslim General Tariq bin Ziyad ran over most of Spain.

    When it comes to hatred of Muslims – Russians are no different than the rest European White majority.

    Russia, like the other western colonial powers, has a very notorious past dealing with its Muslim neighbors. During invasion of Afghanistan, Red Army forced over four million Afghan men, women and children to live as refugees in Iran which put tremendous economical strain on the country which just came out of an eight-year war imposed on it by the western countries. During the Iraq-Iran War, Moscow equipped Saddam’s army. During Suez Canal conflict, Russia had sided with Israel against Egypt. Moscow is on public record for saying that it doesn’t want a nuclear Iran on its southern borders.

    http://rehmat1.wordpress.com/2011/05/24/iran-choosing-reliable-trade-partners/

  12. Henry Baxley's Gravatar Henry Baxley
    September 10, 2011 - 11:54 pm | Permalink

    Big Brother is a threat to all ethnicities, nationalities etc…
    He may be a Jewish media mogul in America, a white real estate tycoon in Russia, or the president of France….
    He doesn’t care about his race, unless it can be exploited for his personal gain/power…
    He doesn’t care about his family, except as a possesion, status symbol, or a tool in his quest for power.
    He may be Jewish (many of them are, as most of them have small families, thus increasing the likelyhood of raising a first born with a sense of self-righteous entitlement)
    But most of them are white gentiles. here are a few examples:
    John Brown, Abe lincoln, Joe Kennedy, Rupert Murdock,
    Frank Sinatra, Lynden Johnson, both Bush’es, (and practically all the U.S. presidents, CEOs, televangelists, and movie stars)
    These people suffer individually from the same disease the Jews have collectively….EGO-MANIA! SELF RIGHTEOUS FANATICISM, GREED without CONSCIENCE or FORESIGHT!
    The thing that makes them tick is an insatiable need to be:
    (A) The center of attention, (politician, movie star, etc.)
    (B) Be the leader of the herd (regardless of where the herd is going, they just want to lead it there)
    (C) have all the best toys (women, cars, etc.)
    They don’t give a rats azz about RACE…only WINNING IT!
    I am not saying that all first born rich kids grow up to be Big Brother types, but a sick, dying society is more apt to produce this type of personality in what would normally be heathy and responsible first-borns.

  13. Rob's Gravatar Rob
    September 11, 2011 - 10:10 pm | Permalink

    Time again for my favorite joke:

    Back in the 1960s, the Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi, made a state visit to the USSR.

    At one point, as she and Soviet leader Khrushchev(*) were riding in his limousine through the streets of Moscow, Khrushchev thought back to his own visit to India the year prior.

    “Madame Prime Minister”, he said, “Thinking back to my visit to your country last year, I couldn’t help but see the squalid poverty and filth in which so many of your people have to live, even in your capital New Delhi.

    “I noticed people having to resort to defecating on the streets and sidewalks.

    “You know, we have some of the best engineers in the world and would be very willing to assist you in constructing superb
    sanitation facilities.”

    Taken somewhat aback by Khrushchev’s candid remarks, Gandhi struggled to reply when at that very moment she saw a
    well-dressed man, in suit and tie, squatting on a nearby sidewalk, his pants at his ankles, obviously relieving himself.

    “Look!”, she exclaimed, “Look at that man over there! Look what he’s doing!”, pointing her finger.

    Khrushchev turned and looked and couldn’t believe what he was seeing.
    He immediately motioned the driver to stop and ordered one of the security men to arrest the individual on the sidewalk.

    After conferring with the individual on the sidewalk for a few moments, the agent came walking back to the limousine.

    “Well, what happened, why didn’t you arrest him?”, Khrushchev asked incredulously.

    To which the agent replied, “I’m sorry, Comrade Chairman, but I can’t arrest that man. He’s the Ambassador from India.

    (*)Yes, Brezhnev was chairman at the time, but the mental image of Khrushchev is funnier.

    The moral of the story, in case it’s lost on anyone, is that even an oppressive White society has the turd world beat by a mile.

  14. Balthasar's Gravatar Balthasar
    September 11, 2011 - 11:23 pm | Permalink

    Dmitry Rogozin is the worst type of Russian chauvinist. I cannot believe the Author is serious in his writing. I hope he is simply ignorant. In that case, provided he is willing to learn, he may want to view materials other than Rogozin’s campaign propaganda.

  15. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    September 12, 2011 - 2:25 am | Permalink

    @Henry Baxley:
    In Sniegoski’s The Transparent Cabal, it’s mentioned that Rupert Murdoch’s mother, Elisabeth Joy Greene was born an Orthodox Jew. Judge for yourself.
    http://www.jwire.com.au/news/the-rabbi-and-the-dame/6281

  16. Geiseric's Gravatar Geiseric
    September 12, 2011 - 8:15 am | Permalink

    Peter Stuyvesant:

    But we should not forget that it was the Swedish Viking-leader Rurik who united the Slavic tribes east of Poland under a dynasty which would last until the Revolution of 1917.

    Try to tell that to a Russian, and see what happens…

    The video shows three surly Azerbaijanis eating watermelon and throwing the peels on the ground; to make their nationality clear, Azerbaijani music is playing in the background. A dignified Russian mother is walking by pushing her child in a pram, stepping on the peels. One of the Azerbaijanis insults the Russian lady. All this is witnessed by Rogozin and his vice president; this time Terminator music starts playing in the background. They ask the Azerbaijanis to “clean the space”, but the Azerbaijanis ignore them. Then Rogozin puts a firm hand on one of the Azerbaijanis, and demands of him: “Do you understand Russian?” That’s when the logo of Rodina appears, and the words below the logo say “We will clear Moscow of the dirt”.

    The message of this video is highly ambiguous at best. First, there are no certain indications that those men are Azeri (their “insult” – “ponoexali tut” – is spoken without any typical Caucasian accent, for example). On the other hand, water melons ARE generally associated with ethnic minorities from the Caucasus (a group of Russians would normally prefer vodka). Second, the question “do you understand Russian” could be addressed even to a group of Russians, meaning something like “do you understand plain English?” Cleaning Moscow of the dirt, may well (literally) refer to the general garbage problem in urban areas all over Russia, and that Mr. Rogozin will put an end to this kind of behavior.

    Imagine a similar ad aired by a US political party directed against immigrants being aired on the major television networks.

    Was this ad aired on a major television network?

    In the Soviet era, it was the Russians who colonized those republics, but now the migration flows are reversed and Russia is being flooded by nationalities from the empoverished former republics.

    In the Soviet period, Russia was also “flooded” by ethnic minorities from other Soviet republics. Nothing new about these migration waves. The other Soviet republics were “Russified”, for example, through demographic policies of intermarriages between Russians and non-Russians.

  17. Steve's Gravatar Steve
    September 16, 2011 - 7:07 pm | Permalink

    There is a vigorous debate of long standing as to the Viking role in Rus, under the Soviets there was a tendency to minimize it, apparently there is more willingness to accept it now though, albeit not to the extent of claiming that the (Eastern) Slavs were incapable of independent state formation or higher culture as eg did the Nazis (a grotesque and fatal prejudice on their part).
    Russian nationalism (of the chauvinistic variety) is itself a problematic thing, it contributed greatly to the massive bloodletting of the World War between primarily European nations and peoples which has left the world in its current state. It is to be hoped that the Russians realize that without a genuine reconciliation and solidarity with the Germans in particular (as yet far from realized – and unrealizable so long as the lies of official history are upheld) that the future of the European people is simply more of the same division and decline.

  18. Geiseric's Gravatar Geiseric
    September 17, 2011 - 12:37 pm | Permalink

    @Steve:

    There is a vigorous debate of long standing as to the Viking role in Rus [...]

    The whole academic world outside Russia (and a marginal minority in Russia) agrees about the Viking role.

    … under the Soviets there was a tendency to minimize it, apparently there is more willingness to accept it now though, albeit not to the extent of claiming that the (Eastern) Slavs were incapable of independent state formation or higher culture as eg did the Nazis (a grotesque and fatal prejudice on their part).

    The anti-Germanic tendency in Russian historiography can be traced back to the 16th or 17th century. Russian historians continue to deny, downplay or reject the leading role of Germanic groups in Russian history. The Nazis and their predecessors may have been prejudiced, but they also had a lot of historical facts to support their views. Russian anti-Normanists fundamentally fabricate, distort or manipulate “facts” to fit their story.

    It is to be hoped that the Russians realize that without a genuine reconciliation and solidarity with the Germans in particular (as yet far from realized – and unrealizable so long as the lies of official history are upheld) that the future of the European people is simply more of the same division and decline.

    This is not likely to happen in any foreseeable future, since the Russian national identity is fundamentally anti-Western (and anti-Germanic). The relationship with the West (and with the Germans in particular) is still characterized by cynicism and parasitism.

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