Russia: Nashi

Darkness at Noon writes about the pro-Kremlin youth movement Nashi and the impact they may have on Russia's political development.

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  • The need for every country to focus on finding away to get youth to build political organizations that focus on the strength of numbers being quality humans. The need for youth to focus on becoming better citizens, stronger at being healthy and to focus on increasing family as a primary focus for the future should be a world wide event regardless if nationalism is part of its function. MY goals for my country are to just bring awareness to what is tearing us apart and why our youth are the weakest part of our country’s future.

    NASHI Maine America – NMA, Naaxi (national association against Xenophobic idealism)

    I obviously do not agree with everything Nashi is focused on but I do respect there actions.

    Anthony Riordan

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