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You're reading: Madalin Necsutu: Putin’s ‘good’ and ‘bad’ fascists

The succession of events in Ukraine prompted the Moscow leader, Vladimir Putin, to use the word in describing the
new Kyiv regime that was installed after the EuroMaidan Revolution ousted President Viktor Yanukovych on Feb. 22. Putin annexed Crimea, a peninsula that was in the danger of falling under the influence of
the Kyiv “fascist” regime.

But then why is Moscow closely cooperating with all major extremist
political factions, especially the right-wing ones in Europe? 

All European right-wing
extremist leaders were invited to the March 16 Crimea referendum and their political
platforms advocate redefining Europe’s borders, as well as setting up small
states on the old continent.

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