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Whether or not this graphic novel is representative of the author's beliefs, it is a revealing example of Slavic attitudes toward Freemasonry and Judaism.
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This futuristic graphic novel contains five references to Freemasonry, all labeling it as conspiratorial and Zionist:
"Did you know that the Masons are in bed with the Elders of Zion? [p. 99]
After the Chernobyl nuclear disaster: "Then everybody died. Except me. They said it was because of the radiation but I knew that the Jew-Masons poisoned everybody. They wanted our land." [p. 100]
Before invading a home, a military officer broadcasts a warning: "For the last time. I order all members of the Jew-Masonic group..." [p. 124]
A soldier discussing UFOs: "Colonel Buzin says they're piloted by Masons." [p. 133]
A soldier points his pistol at a civilian: "It won't take long to learn if you're a Jew-Masonic conspirator or a Russian spy. Hey..." [p. 137]

The Horde, Igor Baranko. Colours : Dave Stewart, Charlie Kirchoff. Humanoids / DCD Comics New York, 2004 ISBN : 104012-0360-4 tpb 139 pp.
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