“The history of Russia, and indeed all across the world, shows that a weak leader brings in disaster. Tsar Nicholas was a weak and insecure man and brought ruin to Russia, and Kerensky’s Republic was as weak as it’s President. Only through a strong leader can Russia rise again and avenge it’s defeat, to reclaim it’s lost mantle of Third Rome, Russia needs its Caesar.”
“The National Renewal of the Nation must be carried away at all costs, the world Judeo-Masonry will attempt to prevent the Slavic peoples from achieving its destined supremacy over Eurasia. Once our destined Sacred War against the eternal enemies of Russia begins, Russia must triumph or not exist at all.”
“The Teuton is an eternal enemy of the Slavic people, from Peipus to Kunersdorf we have triumphed against the murderous Prussian. Our defeat did not come from our defeated armies, any soldier will tell that, the Bolshevik puppets of the Teutonic Kaiser poisoned the good workers of Russia with their lies. The weakness of Nicholas, himself being seduced by a German whore, allowed the Bolsheviks to place their roots, and the weakness of Kerensky allowed them to grow in our society. Only the strength of the Vozhd and the PNOR can destroy this puppet and free Russia from the Teuton and their Jewish overlords.”
“Without the Partiya natsional'nogo obnovleniya Rossii (Party of Russian National Renewal) can Russia retake its mantle over Eurasia, without it and the Vozhd’s leadership, our nation will remain shackled to it’s false masters. The Slavic peoples cannot be kept dominated, history show us that, and once more we shall free ourselves and our brothers from their oppressors, and they shall never be shackled again.”
These are quotes taken from speeches made in the early 20th century. In a nation devastated by its defeat, lead by a weak republic divided by its own democracy, a man would rise calling for a National Renewal. An new totalitarian system that would shed the blood of millions and shape the history of Russia, and the world.
(Hey there, it’s me again, after completely derailing an aborted German timeline, I have decided to switch my focus to the East. Now, I might have to resort to some handwaving in a few situations in order to have the Liberty to tell this story. I’m not gonna completely describe how WWI happened in order to avoid military strategists nitpicking the scenario I set up and rather give a general idea of what happened. Yes, the Tsar still was overthrown, but things in Europe ended up quite different after February. Let’s hope this time I don’t mess things up too badly : ) hope you enjoy !)