This polish neo-Nazi said he’s from National Radical Camp; Polish extreme right anti-semitic, anti-communist, and nationalist political party movement know as fascist is already in Kiev and shall join the Foreign Legion of Territorial Defense of Ukraine.
About National Radical Camp; Polish extreme right anti-semitic, anti-communist, and nationalist political party according Wikipedia
The current incarnation revived in 1993 is a far-right movement in Poland much like its historical predecessors. It has often been described as fascist and sometimes as neo-Nazi.As of 2012 it is registered as a common-interest association.
The ONR considers itself an ideological descendant of the 1930s-era National Radical Camp, an ultranationalist, patriotic, and antisemitic political movement which existed in the pre-World War II Second Polish Republic,an illegal Polish anti-communist, and nationalist political party formed on 14 April 1934 mostly by the youth radicals who left the National Party of the National Democracy movement.
The Falanga National Radical Camp (Polish: Ruch Narodowo Radykalny-Falanga), RNR-Falanga or ONR-Falanga colloquially, was a minor Polish third position political grouping of the 1930s, as was National Radical Camp ABC (Polish: Obóz Narodowo-Radykalny ABC) or ONR-ABC for short following the split of the original party in 1934. “Falanga” is Polish for “phalanx”, “ABC” refers to a newspaper printed by the organisation at the time.