Positivist Stalin judoka justified for a book with a title like Hitler
Former state Duma Deputy, the bronze medalist of the 2004 Olympic games in judo Dmitry Nosov in an interview with radio station “Moscow speaking” explained why he called his autobiography “My struggle”.
“This is a book about my wrestling journey. This book is about my struggle on the carpet, in my life. This book will be a great training tool for athletes and anyone who sets himself high goals and objectives”, — he said.
In response to the analogy of “My struggle” by Adolf Hitler, the politician said: “Everyone thinks the extent of his depravity.”
About the readiness of the first edition of his autobiography Nosov reported December 7 in Facebook. He stressed that the books will be donated and will be available only in sale. All proceeds will go to combat drug addiction and alcoholism. Some users in the comments to the post noted that the title of the book Nosova is consistent with the writings of Hitler.
Dmitry Nosov was in the sixth convocation of the state Duma, was a member of the LDPR faction. In March 2016 the liberal Democrats to exclude him from its election list after he approved of the activities of Joseph Stalin. In particular, Nosov said that he believes the Soviet leader’s great statesman.