Youth organizations in the Russian nationalist orientation formality or reality

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1. Introduction ............................................................... .3
2. The Russian National Unity .................................... 5
· The history of the organization and its leaders
· Goals and objectives set by the RNE
· Position RNE on topical issues of life
· How to join the RNE?
3. The Russian Anti-Fascist Front .............................. .17
· The history of the organization and its leaders
· RAF - a new ideology in Russia
· The main directions of the RAF
4. Conclusion ............................................................ ..25
5. References .............................. .28

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Introduction
Over the last fifty years in different countries, young people, considered the most politically active part of any society. Very often, the state enjoyed a highly active youth and created its own "pro-government" organizations, thereby imposing "their thinking." Good or bad - a separate issue, but in our opinion it is obvious that this was and is a powerful factor in the stabilization of the political situation in any country.
Russia (USSR) has a unique historical experience of creating youth organizations. In the days of the Soviet Union it was created Komsomol organization, which in its scope and influence did not have and does not have analogues in modern Russia or any other country in the world. Komsomol organization in the Soviet Union had a huge impact on all aspects of society. Young people joined the Komsomol, became members of "a kind of union," which helps to "get ahead in life." Komsomol organization was not only a powerful tool of communist propaganda, but also the institution of society, who often helped send "unnecessary" energy of young people in the "right" and socially useful direction.
With the collapse of the Soviet Union ceased to exist and the Komsomol organization. Hundreds of thousands of healthy, full of strength and energy of young people turned out to be unnecessary to the state. In the sea of \u200b\u200bpolitical and ideological conflicts that have engulfed our country in 90 years, young people in reality turned out to be "overboard" political life.
In the 90 years the state has completely pulled away from the issues related to the youth policy. In place of the destroyed "old" state has been unable to make "something new."
In a situation of instability of our society and the lack of interest of the state youth policy in the short term there was a lot of youth organizations "extraordinary" orientation. Most of these organizations have been officially registered and began to engage in "promotion" of their political ideologies civilized, democratic means. But because of the aggravated ethnic conflicts, like mushrooms after rain, there were radical nationalist organizations which set themselves far from peaceful political problem, which allowed to achieve any methods !!!
In our opinion, this issue is very relevant, as hundreds of thousands of young people involved in the activities of organizations of the real (not formal) activities which are not known to state bodies.
In this paper, we want to talk about youth political organizations that actually exist and operate in today's Russia. Very often, the methods by which they are to achieve their goals, if not break, then on the verge of the law.

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