Nazi, NATO and Azov
The Ukrainian Azov battalion was an extreme neo-nazi organization that apparently obtained support in Europe particularly in Germany.
Recruits of the ultra-nationalist Azov battalion disseminated flyers at neo-nazi gatherings across Europe to attract new members, the German magazine Spiegel said.
￫ recruit, flyer
Their marketing strategy appears to be working as more mercenaries join forces to save Europe from extinction.
gain ground ⪢⪢
According to Spiegel, the far right extremist volunteer Azov battalion is gaining ground in Germany. According to the magazine, their advertising strategy appears to be succeeding.
According to the magazine, photos of neo-nazi Germany dressed in war gear with the Azov symbol have appeared on social media networks.
Over 2,500 foreign mercenaries are presently fighting on their side on Ukraine's eastern front which is three times the number in 2014.
According to reports, pamphlets were delivered to rock festival attendees in Femar, Pharyngea, encouraging them to join the ranks of those most suited to preserve Europe. ￫ attendee, rank