a. Eurasianists, Mladorossi, Smenovekhovtsy
b. “Red Slavophiles”: “Conservative” CPSU high-officials who tried to marry Soviet Communism to Pre-Revolution like right-wing Slavophile Nationalism and Orthodox Clericalism
these kinds of Pro-Soviet-Regime RUS Nationalists. And they were more direct descendants of Tsarist Slavophiles.
“Jewish, Progressive, Anti-nationalist, Anti-Traditional-Culture, Atheist, Globalist”
“Cultural-Traditionalist, Conservative, Religious, Nationalist”
He was never friend of capitalism and liberal-democracy.
Both were made from authoritarian socialism and prefer Collectivist and “Constructive Rationalist” views over “spontaneous order”(what F.A.Hayek calls).
Since Stalin, “International Communism” became more like Pan-Nationalist(just like old Pan-Slavism) than “rootless cosmopolitan".
Sounds more like Ilyin or Solzhenitsyn.
*Zyuganov’s CPRF defends October Revolution and Tsarist White Army at the same time.
a. camouflaging Putin’s Soviet roots: by promoting him as a Tsarist rather than Sovietist
b. making “anti-communists” around the world to be Putin’s fan-club
Sounds like his regime(itself is a heir of Communists) think Russian Revolution as something like a coup or treason and more has sympathy toward Tsarists instead.
There are also Revolutions for freedom, rule of law and democracy: USA(1776), Eastern Europe(1989), Colour Revolutions(2000s), Ukraine(2014), Hong Kong(2014, failed), those were never "communist".
Putin-fans often label "Revolutions for freedom and democracy", especially if those were anti-Kremlin or anti-Kremlin-supported-regimes, as "communists' conspiracy",
Some of "anti-communist" Putin-fans even attack Revolution in Eastern Europe(1989) that freed Europe from communism and they might think those were "leftist-globalists' second attack on Russia following 1917."
Kremlin's anti-Soros narrative is one of these.
Still, he never mixed up "Freedom-minded Revolution" with "Destructive-minded Revolution".
On the other, with Solzhenitsyn-like ideas, Putinists intentionally are mixing two different kinds of "Revolutions" and compare those with "leftist" Russian Revolution to discredit "Freedom-minded" ones.
Still, whether it is radical-leftist one or pro-freedom one, he does not want another "revolution" that kicks his regime out.
Air Force Colonel Viktor Alksnis is one of them.
*He is a personal friend of former Japanese diplomat Masaru Sato.
It merged into People's Union in 2001, dissolved itself from it in 2008.
People's Union jointed "Rodina(pro-Kremlin semi-NazBol-like party)" in 2003.
Later, many turned a big fan of Orthodox Clericalism with influence of Eurasianism. Including Zyuganov and his fellow communists.