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Ukraine's Nazi problem is real, even if Putin's 'denazification' claim isn't.
Not acknowledging this threat means that little is being done to guard against it.


Ryo1 8 Apr 23

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Putin resembles Hitler more than Azov members resemble Nazis.

Azov members are targeting Russian soldiers. Russian soldiers are targeting civilians (like the Nazis did).

Ukraine's neo-nazis are Ukraine's problem, not ours and not Russia's.


Neo-Nazi Azov Battalion took on Russian troops in Mariupol, and they are seen as heroes.
If someone tried to invade my homeland and it happened to be a neo-Nazi group that defended my homeland, am I supposed to overlook their ideology which I am utterly against and be grateful? I will struggle to accept such double standard.

Ryo1 Level 8 Apr 23, 2022

I can also imagine that many people are so inspired that they join the Nazi group. The real problem will start then. Maybe I'm a little paranoid. Lol


Stalin starved and killed millions of Ukrainians before world war ll. You can’t really blame them for welcoming the Nazi’s when they invaded and had the Nazi’s treated them decently they would likely have had a great ally in their war against Russia. However the Nazi’s squandered that opportunity and killed many Ukrainians themselves. Then when Russia took over the country again they killed many Ukrainians for collaborating with the Nazi’s. You can’t blame them for not liking the Russians and I wish them the best of luck in their fight against them.


Pls. name a country where you can find NO racism and nazism.

Diaco Level 7 Apr 23, 2022

I doubt that there is one country in the world where there is no racism. The following link lists 10 countries with the least racism. []

@ASTRALMAX I wonder about the correlation of racism to education, secularism, and diversity of races in the nations? My guess would be that these characteristics contribute to the level of racial issues.

@Garban I am inclined to think that those who are fairly educated, whether self, college or university educated, especially, those who have travelled to and lived and worked in other countries are probably more likely to be inclusive in their circle of friends with friends from different ethnic groups.


We have a Nazi problem in the United States. I doubt anyone here wants another country to invade and blow up our schools and maternity wards to deNazify us.

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