Iron March: How a Russian Sparked a Global Neo-fascist Emergency
The website that created Atomwaffen and Azov Battalion and incorporated Julius Evola, O9A and Satanic rituals was founded by a Russian spy school graduate
Alisher Mukhitdinov is a Russian national, related to the former president of Uzbekistan, who studied psychology at Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) which is “still known for its ties to security agencies.” In fact, Sergey Lavrov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia, is on its Board of Trustees.
Mukhitdinov is also known as “Alexander Slavros” — a pseudonym he took on when he started a website in 2010 called the “International Third Positionist Federation” which he changed to “Iron March” in 2011.
Note: The “third position” is a neo-fascist idea related to the “red-brown alliance” which suggests that extreme left and right should become allies in the project to bring down the existing world order to usher in a new fascist golden age. This idea was popularized by Alexander Dugin, Putin’s “Eurasianist” strategist, who created the “National Bolshevik Party” — literally Nazi Bolsheviks.
From 2011 to 2017, Iron March became a global hub of neo-fascist, esoteric and occult ideologies and inspired countless murders. The website was heavily guided by the philosophy of Julius Evola and his esoteric Nazism. Evola influences Dugin, Steve Bannon and many other white nationalists who fashion themselves as “traditionalists.”
Evola’s fascist occultism informed the creation of the theistic Satanic cult Order of Nine Angles (O9A) by David Myatt under the guidance of Army PSYOP pioneer and Satanic pedophile Michael Aquino. Iron March not only promoted O9A ideology and provided a forum for planning crimes, it encouraged users to perform O9A Satanic rituals and birthed “Skull Mask Nazis.”
Iron March provided a forum for numerous violent neo-nazi groups to form, including Atomwaffen, Antipodean Division (Australia), Golden Dawn (Greece), and notably Azov Battalion in Ukraine.
According to an investigation by BBC Russia, it is suspected that Iron March closed down in November 2017 because the Russian government pressured Mukhitdinov for “raising funds for the neo-nazi Azov Battalion which is considered a terrorist group in the Russian Federation.”
This is important because it heavily suggests the Russian government at a minimum approved of Iron March until this point, and also may show the moment that Azov Battalion became independent of its Russian roots and turned on the country that created it. As we know, one of the Russian government’s primary excuses for invading Ukraine is “denazification.”
In my opinion, it is likely the Russian government created Azov Battalion through Iron March and then lost control of it.
I also note that the timing of Iron March’s sudden disappearance in November 2017 is very interesting. Mike Flynn’s Russian propaganda LARP known as “Q” which promoted neo-nazi ideas was started at the end of October 2017. It is possible that once “Q” began to take off that Iron March was no longer needed because 4chan/8chan had successfully taken its place as the central forum for neo-nazi radicalization.
In the years since Iron March was taken down, the esoteric neo-nazi movement it started has metastasized all around the world.
Currently, what used to be hidden on the tiny Iron March forum, is now broadcast all day long on Kremlin propaganda networks Rumble, TruthSocial and Telegram. And the Russians no longer hide their influence at all.
This morning, Kremlin QAnon Telegram channel “SpecialQForces”:
“Russian Defence Ministry report on the progress of the deNAZIfication of Ukraine
⚔️ 🇷🇺 WWG1WGA 🇷🇺 ⚔️“
The “iron march” of neo-nazis started over a decade ago by a Russian spy school graduate is now a global emergency. It’s important to understand that the neo-nazi movement Putin claims to be fighting, and the movement tearing America apart from the inside out, is a shared project of the enemies of democracy.
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