Sponsor of the annexation of Crimea now funds the ultra-rights in Europe

Konstantin Malofeyev Konstantin Malofeyev

The odious Russian oligarch Konstantin Malofeyev, who financed the Russian annexation of Crimea, now supports the ultranationalist parties in Austria, Germany and France.

This was said by Malofeyev himself in an interview to the Austrian Edition “Profil”.

In particular, Malofeyev organized a secret meeting between the European and Russian ultra-right politicians and activists in the Liechtenstein Palace of Vienna two years ago. They were representatives of the Austrian Freedom Party and French “National Front”. The purpose of the meeting was to establish relationship between Russians and Europeans.

Malofeyev added that he supported “the best relationship with the Austrian Freedom Party (APF). “I know Heinz-Christian Strache (leader of the APF — ed.) and support the APF program. I believe the party pro-Austrian for its correct program against migrants, as well as the euro skeptical position”, he said.

Also the oligarch added that he supported the German euro skeptical Alternative fur Deutschland party (AFD). According to him, ante omnia the APF and AFD are associated with both Christianity and opposition to homosexuality.

Previously, Malofeyev confessed that he took part in the annexation of Crimea by collecting funds to support the separatists. He also financed the separatists in Eastern Ukraine and gave money to the leader of the Russian guerilla fighter Igor Girkin.

2 Comments on Sponsor of the annexation of Crimea now funds the ultra-rights in Europe

  1. emilio mujica // June 2, 2016 at 16:06 // Reply

    Annexation of Crimea is not “extremism”, but rather a United Nations condemned act of violation of the “Rule of International Law” It is not coincidence that invading Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine has isolated Russia, and promoted a stronger feeling of Patriotism in Ukrainian citizens. Finally, we must be cautious about Ottoman Empire radical Muslims immigrating into Europe, Russia Armenia, and USA and taking away our secular freedoms. Just my humble observations.

  2. Sandy miller // June 15, 2016 at 01:03 // Reply

    I’d say invading and annexing Crimea was pretty extreme in addition to going against international laws. This is a crime why haven’t they been taken to task by the un, NATO, Europe. They should be tried at The Hague for war crimes.

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