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    Russian Fascism refers to the various applications of Fascism that were devised by Russian individuals, most notably the Russian Fascist Party lead by Konstantin Rodzaevsky.

    Overview

    Nikiforovism

    Nikiforovism is almost based on the thoughts of Russian political figure Nikolai Ivanovich Nukuoro.

    He was born at the Kiev Governorate, Russia on April 29th 1886, as scientist along with being a lawyer but then in 1910, he graduated from St. Vladimir University in Kiev and was left there to be prepared of becoming a professor.

    In 1914, N.I. Nikiforov passed the master's tests in which he received the title of privatdozent but then during World War One (1914-1918), he was privatdozent at St. Joseph University from 1914 to 1917 along with being a extraordinary professor at the Omsk Polytechnic Institute by the Department of General History/Ministry of National Education from 1917 to 1918 and during the Russian Civil War (1917-1923), he was a professor at Irkutsk State University from 1920 to 1921, extraordinary professor at the State Far Eastern University in the same department from 1921 to 1922 & acting extraordinary professor of the law faculty at the Harbin Normal University in Manchuria, China from 1922 to 1937.

    In 1925, Prof. N.I Nikiforov along with certain members of the Law Faculty at Harbin Normal University founded the "Russian Fascist Organization" (RFO) but then in 1927, "The Theses Of Russian Fascism" was published while the organization smuggled some propaganda into the Soviet Union that brought the attention of China who banned the group from publishing such works and in 1928, Nikiforov defended his thesis called "The Seigneurial Regime In France In The Outcome Of The Old Order" for a master degree of general history in the testing commission at the Russian Academic Group in Prague, Czechoslovakia while F. T. Goryachkin published a book called "The First Russian Fascist Pyotr Arkadyevich Stolypin" in which stated that Stolypin is even more brilliant than Benito Mussolini, the Russian Fascists established the Stolypin Academy in Harbin. The Russian Fascist Organization was a minor fascist organization that looked to Italian fascism for inspiration and produced the 'Theses of Russian Fascism' In 1931 the RFO absorbed into the Russian Fascist Party.

    In March 1929, Prof. N.I Nikiforov becomes the last deputy dean of the law faculty at the Harbin Normal University while he was the editor of a journal called "The Bulletin of the Manchurian Pedagogical Society" until February 1st 1930, in which he was engaging in private practice and published a Russian version of the book called "The Secret Forces of the Revolution" by Léon de Poncins in a Russian Fascist Party newspaper called "Our Way" in 1933.

    In May 26th 1931, the Russian Fascist Organization was absorbed into the newly founded "Russian Fascist Party" (RFP) under the leadership of Konstantin Rodzaevsky while in 1936, N.I Nikiforov moved to Tianjin in which he opened a private bank with a former employee of the CER but later moved to Shanghai, where he was engaged in teaching again and in 1945, he was arrested by the "Smersh" to be deported into the Soviet Union after World War Two (1939-1945), in which he was sentenced to 10 years in forced labour camps but died in 1951.

    Russian Fascist Party/Rodzaevskyism

    Rodzaevskyism is an ideology that emerged from Konstantin Rodzaevsky, one of the founders (and one of the first leaders) of the Russian Fascist Party and the Nash Put newspaper, exiled in Manchuria and later executed in the USSR. When in Manchuria (specifically in Harbin), he helped to found the RFP, taking the anti-Semitic, racist and pro-Axis countries stance in WWII. Among Rodzaevsky's proposed policies included the "liquidation of Jewish rule in Russia", the re-establishment of the Eastern Orthodox Church as the state religion of Russia, rejection of the "tendency towards cosmopolitanism", "Russia for the Russians". and a call for "class co-operation" instead of "class conflict", which would be achieved via an Italian-style corporate state within some kind of federated government under a "temporary dictatorship". He also became an ultranationalist and extremely loyal to Showa and Mussolini's ideals, also being a sympathizer of National Bolshevism and opponent of Leninism, but after the war, he praised Stalin and his policies, especially his nationalism.

    Uniquely, Rodzaevsky's definition of Russian nationalism did not define Russianness in ethnic terms so much as in terms of a "common historical destiny", which meant that provided that they were loyal the Russian state, all non-Russian ethnic groups were to be considered "Russian". (with the exception of the Jews).

    He returned to the USSR after some negotiations with the NKVD, but entered, was captured, arrested for anti-Soviet activity among the White Guards in Manchuria, and subsequently executed. Subsequently, one of his books (The Last Will of a Russian Fascist) entered Russia's Federal List of Extremist Materials.

    All Russian Fascist Organization/Vonsiaskyism

    Vonsiatskyism is the ideology based off of the political views Anastasy Vonsiatsky and manifested in Vonsiatsky's various political projects like All-Russian Fascist Organization (created in 1933) and its successors, primarily based in Putnam, Connecticut USA, notably Vonsiatsky opposed Anti-Semitism and claimed that his party's only intention was "to form in Russia a truly democratic government".

    Vonsiatsky claimed that his party has the following goals:

    • "With the existence of Germany and Adolf Hitler, as a fortified base, and directing center for all anti-Communist movements, the beginning of a war by the USSR with Germany can change with lightning-like rapidity into the end of International Communism and the victory of the Russian National Revolution."
    • The Party "does not support either Germany's or Japan's ambition for hegemony in Europe or the Far East."
    • "The Germans and the Japanese have never made clear their attitude toward a replacement of the present Stalinist rule by a Russian National Government.
    • "The sole aim of our organization is to return Russia to a free people with a government elected by the people, of the people and for the people."
    • "Our intention is to form in Russia a truly DEMOCRATIC government."
    • The Party "is not anti-Semitic."


    Mladorossism

    While associated with Monarcho-Socialism, The Mladorossi also considered themselves a Fascist organization (for a time at least) going as far as to declare themselves the "only true Fascists left" after Mussolini aligned with Nazi Germany in the 1930s.


    In The New Order: Last Days of Europe

    in The New Order: Last Days of Europe mod Rodzaevsky has control of the All-Russian Government of Amur, a Russian warlord state in the Far East, however in the 1950s the Russian Fascist Party schismed between the (relativity) reformist Matkovskyites (who control their own warlord state called the Free State of Magadan) and Rodzaevsky's loyalists called Rodzaevskyites

    If Rodzaevsky successfully unifies Russia the new government has the name the Russian National State.

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    • Stalinism - On second thought, you might be sort of good after all... please don't kill me!!
    • Putinism - I like that you appreciate Ilyin and prefer Stalin over Lenin, but you're too moderate.

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    Further Reading

    Wikipedia

    The New Order: Last Days of Europe

    Miscellaneous

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    1. translated from Russian as "Russian Banner"
    2. https://www.posterplakat.com/the-collection/posters/pp-282
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