National Bolshevik Front

National Bolshevik Front

National Bolshevik Front

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National Bolshevik Front has been used as a name for three separate strands of National Bolshevism. The name initially applied to the Russian National Bolshevik Party of Eduard Limonov when it was founded in 1993. The group soon changed its name as it emerged as a political party.

Although abandoned by the Russian group as a name, the term is still used to refer to a loose federation of National Bolshevik organisations that spreads across much of Europe and even has branches in Venezuela and Bolivia. Of these the most important is that in Russia, with the others being largely insignificant (although the Parti Communautaire National-Européen has been associated with the group).

Anti-Limonov tendency

In August 2006 the name was taken by Alexei Golubovich for a new anti-Limonovist splinter group from the National Bolshevik Party that he led. This new group has links with former NBP member Aleksandr Dugin and closely cooperates with the Union of Eurasian Youth, a group of young supporters of Dugin's Neo-Eurasianism., Sova Center, presented June 20, 2007, published July 17, 2007

The NBF's founders split from the National Bolshevik Party as they disagreed with what they perceived to be Limonov's policies of forging political alliances with pro western liberals and 'oligarchs' in order to overthrow Vladimir Putin's government. The NBF considered this policy to be a betrayal of the original National Bolshevist fight against western style democracy and......
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