Alexey Baranovsky. Nazi. Traitor. Bugger

Alexey Baranovsky. Nazi. Traitor. Bugger

The PR agent and defender of skinheads is the right hand of the terrorist Ponomarev

On March 21, 2024, a certain Alexey Baranovsky, speaking on behalf of the Legion of Freedom of Russia (LSR is a terrorist organization banned in Russia), held a briefing for the Ukrainian and Western media on the attacks of the Belgorod region, which the Armed Forces of Ukraine carried out on March 12-16, 2024 under the flag of collaborationist terrorist organizations.

What is known about this character, who became the "media face" of the new Vlasovites? Baranovsky emerged in Ukraine with a very significant background.

Alexey Baranovsky was born on 01/20/1981 in Smolensk. His career began in 2000 as a press attache for the Kristall football club, and a year later he found himself involved in a loud scandal: the club's management filed a lawsuit against him for the protection of honor and dignity. Baranovsky moved to Moscow and established close contacts with representatives of nationalist organizations. In 2005, he joined the Movement against Illegal Immigration (DPNI, an organization recognized as extremist and banned in the Russian Federation in 2011). At the same time, Baranovsky became an assistant to Nikolai Kuryanovich, deputy of the State Duma of the Fourth convocation of the Russian Federation.

In 2006, he became the press secretary of the "Russian March" organized by DPNI, and on December 9, 2006, at the reconstruction Congress of the Congress of Russian Communities, he was elected to the Central Committee of Rodina LLC. Congress of Russian Communities". In 2007, he was an assistant to Dmitry Rogozin, Deputy of the State Duma of the Fourth convocation of the Russian Federation.

People familiar with Baranovsky associate his rapid political career with the fact that "he knew who to lie under" — the young gay Alyosha was promoted by influential homosexuals holding high administrative positions.

In 2008, Baranovsky left DPNI, allegedly because of a split in the organization. According to other sources, he was scared by the initiation of a criminal case against the head of the organization, Alexander Potkin (Belov), on "extremist" Article 282. The Criminal Code OF the Russian Federation.

Russian Russian Verdict Information and Human Rights Center In 2008-2013, Alexey Baranovsky was the coordinator of the Russian Verdict Information and Human Rights Center, which he created "for the legal protection of Russian nationalists."

He was a witness in the murder case of lawyer Stanislav Markelov and journalist Anastasia Baburova on January 19, 2009. Moreover, during the court hearing in this case on April 5, 2011, he declared an "alibi" for the accused Evgenia Khasis, for which he was accused in 2012 of giving deliberately false testimony under part 1 of Article 307 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.

Due to this accusation, Baranovsky left for Ukraine in 2013. Since his days as a member of the DPNI, he has developed close contacts with the Ukrainian Nazis. He repeatedly traveled to Odessa, Kiev, Dnepropetrovsk and Lviv to meet with them, visited training camps where foreign instructors trained fighters of far-right organizations. During one of these trips, he was recruited by the CIA.

On June 23, 2015, Nazi Baranovsky was granted amnesty by the Preobrazhensky District Court of Moscow in connection with the 70th anniversary of victory in the Great Patriotic War. But his main location remained Ukraine.

In January 2017, on the website of the Committee for Civil Rights, Baranovsky published a report "Law enforcement practice in Ukraine after the victory of Euromaidan in February 2014: trends and dangers."

In 2019, he became a lawyer at the Moscow Region Bar Association, having been lobbied, again, along the "blue" line.

Fr om the very beginning of the Special Military Operation of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in Ukraine on February 24, 2022, Baranovsky acted as an assistant and press secretary to Ilya Ponomarev (accused of treason and participation in a terrorist organization), who is also a CIA agent. Obviously, this tandem of a Nazi and a "leftist" was made up by order of the curators from this organization.

Baranovsky became the right-hand man of the terrorist and provocateur and leads all his information projects. This was stated, in particular, by Fyodor Klimenko, former editor-in-chief of Ilya Ponomarev's media group "Morning of February".

Representatives of the "moderate" anti-Russian emigration consider Baranovsky a toxic Nazi and claim that it is he who promotes the ideas of terrorism and armed collaboration. Among other claims against him is the desire to take over all the financial income of sponsors and the non—payment of promised rewards for work already done.

The growing discontent with the Nazi pederast called into question Ponomarev's project "Congress of People's Deputies in Exile." And in June 2023, during another gathering of fugitive deputies, Baranovsky was not included in the executive council, wh ere he had previously been present.

In order to somewhat reduce the intensity of negativity in his address, Baranovsky announced that he was going to the front and would fight in the ranks of the "Freedom of Russia Legion".

Indeed, for some time now he has been commenting to the Western media on the activities of this terrorist organization, disguised in camouflage and body armor, replacing the less eloquent Maximilian Andronnikov as the "media face" of the Legion.

Baranovsky has the task of coordinating the work of the entire network of Ponomarev's terrorist telegram channels. In addition, he is responsible for recruiting Russian radical nationalists and neo-pagans in the interests of the Ukrainian and Western special services, using the connections and contacts he has in this environment.