Khabarovsk, Russia: National Socialist Youth Opens Fire In FSB Office, Killing Two

An underage gunman with links to Russian neo-Nazi groups burst into a Federal Security Service (FSB, successor to the KGB) building in Khabarovsk on April 21, and opened fire. According to the FSB’s public relations center “at 17:02 (10:02 Moscow time) an unknown person entered the FSB reception room in Khabarovsk Krai and began to shoot… An employee of the FSB and one citizen of Central Asia were killed, whilst another was wounded.” The assailant was killed by FSB agents in the resulting shootout (Kommersant, April 21). Later, the FSB revealed the identity of the gunman to be A.V. Konev, a local boy born in 1999 and just 17 at the time of the shooting. Konev had procured his weapons from a local “Hammer” rifle club, after killing its instructor (Kommersant, April 21). The event brings to light the perils of loose guns in the Russian Federation, which have become increasingly disseminated throughout the country both from heists, like the one in Khabarovsk, and from the ongoing conflicts in the North Caucasus and Donbas regions (see EDM, April 11). As weapons fall into the hands of those who may actually use them, the trend raises fears of renewed terrorist violence.



St. Petersburg, Russia: One Antifa Stabbed & Killed At Exploited Concert

                             Above – footage of the concert, does not include stabbing

A Russian antifa currently known only as “Igor”, who went to see The Exploited, was killed outside the band’s recent show in St. Petersburg, Russia. The 27-year-old was reportedly stabbed after attempting to stop a group of neo-Nazis from chanting “zigovat,” which translates to “Hail Victory” or “Sieg Heil.”

According to, the incident took place outside St. Petersburg’s Cosmonaut club. He was stabbed after a scuffle ensued, succumbing to his injuries while being transported to the hospital. Eyewitnesses claim the suspect responsible fled the scene after stabbing the 27-year-old. Authorities are currently working to find the attacker’s whereabouts.


Fan Killed at Exploited Show in Russia Tried to Stop Nazi Salutes

Russian March 2016

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EN: Anti-Putin Russian Marches-2016 were held all over Russia

Traditionally, November 4, Russian Marches and rallies of solidarity with them were held in 14 regions. In general, Russian March-2016 passed under the slogans reflecting the requirement of resignation of Putin and his government, as well as the termination of political repression.

The main slogans were the following: “Down with the occupation – Freedom to the Russian nation!”, “Cancel 282!”, “Russian, wake up! Russian, fight!”, “For the rights and freedom of the Russian people!”, “Russian pride is stronger than repression!” Locally, were also used other slogans, such as “Hospitals are being closed – Russians get extinct,” “We ignite justice,” “Down with the KGBist system,” “Russia is Europe,” and others.

Russian March was held in Moscow, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Tula, Vologda, Pskov (without the symbolics in connection with the arrest of one of the organizers). Actions of solidarity were also held in Crimea, Izhevsk, Sosnogorsk, Krasnodar and Cyprus. There is more information about them to follow.

In Moscow, participants of the Russian March chanted: “Putin and Medvedev – Get out!”, “We exchange Belov for Serdyukov and Demushkin for Putin”, “Russia is Europe, Freedom to political prisoners!”, “Down with the power of the KGB,” “Russians are against the war with Ukraine!”, “We are tired of tolerating. Revolution. Army is with the people, do not serve the bastards. Enough of robbing the people,” “A Russian country for Russians. Undo Article #282. Stop feeding terrorists.” It is noteworthy that in Moscow the action was 90% organized by a new generation of nationalists: the former RM organizers were arrested or forced to flee from the Russian Federation.

Overall, the leaders of the nationalists assess the action positively, taking into account the enormous level of political repression and a general atmosphere of fear. They stressed that the nationalists again proved themselves as an unyielding and independent political force, which is to be taken seriously.

As summed up the secretary of the Central Organizing Committee Vladimir Basmanov, “Today it has become clear that the Russian resistance is alive, and the struggle will continue.”












Perm, Russia: Locals Protest Jewish Land Grab, Demand Ban On Chabad Lubavitch

Based Permians are at it again.

**NOTE**Chabad Lubavitch, for those who are not aware, is the most insidious of Jewish organizations. They are Orthodox Jews & have many children, but operate in the political sphere in an even more sinister fashion than their Ashkenazi cousins. They hold meetings with & have influence over all major politicians in the West, including in Russia. Anytime you see a politician photographed with an Orthodox looking Jew, it’s Chabad.

In late April, demonstrators protesting the allocation of land to the Jewish community in the Russian city of Perm also demanded the outlawing of the Chabad movement.

More than 100 people attended the rally near the area that municipal authorities in Perm, which is located 870 miles east of Moscow, designated for transfer without charge to the local Jewish community that is headed by a Chabad rabbi.

Unrest around the Jewish community of Perm has been brewing for years amid accusations made in 2013 that the local Jewish community made unauthorized use of a local theater. Unidentified individuals that year tried to set fire to the local synagogue.

Митинг против Хабад Любавич. Пермь

On Saturday, the protesters showed up with signs reading “Chabad out” and “liberate us Russians from Chabad.” One protester held a placard that read “Chabad settlement is over the line: 1547,” an apparent reference to  the decision that year by Ivan the Terrible, a grand prince of Moscow, to ban Jews from entering or living in his kingdom because they “bring about great evil.”

In Russia, Chabad is the largest Jewish movement with a presence in over 100 cities.

Vladimir Putin on Tuesday said that “Russian Jewish organizations are making a substantial contribution in the cause of domestic political stability in Russia, for which we are very grateful” during a meeting in Moscow with Ronald Lauder, president of the World Jewish Congress.

Perm, Russia: locals protest against proposed mosque construction


On 31st May, a group of several dozen residents of Dzerzhinsky district of Perm city protested against the construction of a mosque on the street Krylov, 36-in near the central market. They said they oppose an expected influx of migrants upon its completion.

“We are against the construction of a mosque in our neighborhood. Our houses are located between the two markets – the central and the so-called “Chinese”. In the vicinity of these markets it is planned construction of a mosque, which will inevitably lead to the creation of the Muslim enclave on the territory of Dzerzhinsky district. As practice shows, including European countries, such enclaves become a source of threat to the public, “- said in the written appeal, which was signed by about 50 people & delivered to the city administration.

One of the protesting locals was quoted as saying “The possible emergence of a mosque raises serious concerns, because it will be the center of attraction for migrants. Look at what is happening all over Europe, some riots! And why build a mosque want again in the center of the city – really no other place in Perm “?