By Brandon Martinez
The government of Poland has voiced opposition to Richard Spencer entering their country to deliver a speech at a Polish nationalist rally in November, mischaracterizing him in their denunciation as a Holocaust denier, which unfortunately is illegal in that former communist nation.
Spencer in fact doesn’t question the Holocaust, telling Haaretz last year that, “I think it’s clear that Jews underwent tremendous suffering during World War II. I don’t deny the Holocaust.” He further assured the Israeli paper that American Jews “have nothing to fear” from the Alt-Right and “have a place” in an Alt-Right America.
The only Holocaust Spencer does deny is Ukraine’s Holodomor, Tweeting out that it was a “natural famine” and Stalin dindu nuffin wrong.
Not “Ukrainian genocide” but a famine caused by collectivization *and* natural factors also affecting other areas (Russia, Caucasus, etc). https://t.co/r6NXlYwWeW
— Richard ☝🏻Spencer (@RichardBSpencer) May 6, 2017
Contemporary Ukraine is a largely artificial creation with recently taken lands incorporated from Russia and Poland. https://t.co/h1634TMhtg
— Richard ☝🏻Spencer (@RichardBSpencer) May 1, 2017
If anything, the Polish government should keep Spencer out on the basis that he’s an extreme Russia cuck and promoter of Duginite Eurasianism which seeks to erase Eastern Europe from the map and have it be subsumed into a new Russian-led Eurasian empire. Poland has a long history of oppression under Russian Bolshevik aggression and mass murder, becoming a Soviet colony and puppet regime after World War II during which Stalin had thousands of Poles butchered in places like the Katyn forest.
In a speech and on Twitter, Spencer has said that Ukraine is an “artificial country,” green-lighting Putin’s attempts to colonize Eastern parts of it under the Kremlin-sponsored insurgency of Novorussiya.
So while Spencer affirms the sacred Holocaust narrative of the Jews, which forms an ideological weapon to legitimize the Jewish ethno-state of Israel, he denies the right of White nations like Ukraine, and probably the Baltic countries as well, to exist outside of a sphere of total Russian domination.
This shows that Spencer and his Nazbol faction are not truly pro-White, as they reject the self-determination of certain Whites whose interests conflict with the hegemonic agenda of Moscow. On issues involving Russia, Spencer sounds strikingly similar to far-left communists who also deny or underplay Soviet atrocities and today, like Spencer, preach the idiotic lie that “Russia is our friend.”
Spencer is of little use to European nationalism and does more harm than good when he does chime into European affairs with his Bolshevik nonsense.