The average German wants good business relations with Russia. The average German is no more a part of the underground Reich than is the average American.
Germany had been “forever split atwain” following her defeat in World War II. Western leaders from both sides of the Atlantic assured their peoples that a demoralized Germany would never rise up to strike again. In a signed document about American-British policy on Germany in February 1945, Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill said, “It is our inflexible purpose to destroy German militarism and Nazism and to ensure that Germany will never again be able to disturb the peace of the world. We are determined to disarm and disband all German armed forces, break up for all time the German General Staff that has repeatedly contrived the resurgence of German militarism; remove or destroy all German military equipment; eliminate or control all German industry that could be used for military production.” 
However an “Operation Paperclip” had smuggled many defeated Nazis to the United States. A Vatican “rat line” had helped others escape to South America. Even in Germany itself were many hidden Nazis, as portrayed in “The Odessa File”, a 1974 film adaptation of the novel The Odessa File by Frederick Forsyth, about a struggle between a young German reporter and the ODESSA, an organization for ex-Nazis.
The Berlin Wall, officially referred to as the “Anti-Fascist Protection Rampart”, was primarily destroyed in 1990. Germany, “forever split atwain”, was re-unified on October 3, 1990.  The previous month, President George Herbert Walker Bush (Bush 41) had, on September 11, 1990, given his “Toward a New World Order” speech to a joint session of Congress. 
The father of Bush 41, Prescott Bush, had been involved with the financial architects of Nazism. Documents declassified in 2003 “show that even after America had entered the war and when there was already significant information about the Nazis’ plans and policies, he [Prescott Bush] worked for and profited from companies closely involved with the very German businesses that financed Hitler’s rise to power. It has also been suggested that the money he made from these dealings helped to establish the Bush family fortune and set up its political dynasty.” 
In an out-of-print and now ridiculously expensive book published in 1991, author Russ Bellant convincingly documents how many people who had been active in Nazi or pro-Nazi groups in Eastern Europe in the 1930s and 1940s subsequently came to the United States. Many of these emigres then became active in political and ethnic groups affiliated with the Republican Party. Some of these unsavory elements gained a foothold in official foreign policy circles under President Ronald Reagan and his Vice President, George Herbert Walker Bush. Bellant went so far as to suggest a “fascist conspiracy.” 
Germany reunited. Bush 41 gave his September 11th New World Order speech. And Lo! Germany almost immediately began to annex Croatia, part of what is now the former Yugoslavia. During the Second World War, the Croats had very much co-operated with the Nazis. In fact, in some ways, they were more brutal than the Nazis. A special army, the Ustasha, was created in cooperation with Germany. The Ustasha massacred around 750,000 Serbs in Serbia and Croatia. 
The Ustasha more brutal than even the Nazis. And in Ukraine during World War II existed “The Nazis Even Hitler Was Afraid Of” – the Banderas. Under the militant leadership of Stepan Bandera in World War II, the ultra-nationalists organized the Ukrainian Waffen SS Galician, Nichtengall, and Roland Divisions that collaborated with the Nazis and were responsible for the genocide of over 500,000 people.  Stepan Bandera (1909 – 1959) was the head of the OUN/B (Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists). His primary deputy was Yaroslav Stetsko. Stetsko headed the OUN/B-in-exile until his death in 1986. Then his widow Slava Stetsko took over that position. She had among her protégés not only Viktor Yushchenko but also Yulia Tymoshenko. “Yats” (Arseniy Yatsenyuk), Victoria Nuland’s anointed Prime Minister, is also affiliated with this milieu. (Background: Can You Put Lipstick on a Nazi?, Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of August 9, 2014.)
Some say, “Oh tut tut. Neo-Nazis in Kiev? The United States siding with neo-Nazis? How ridiculous.” But Robert Parry, best known for his role in covering the Iran-Contra affair for the Associated Press and Newsweek, would beg to differ. In “NYT Discovers Ukraine’s Neo-Nazis at War”, Parry managed to find buried in New York Times reports the neo-Nazi paramilitary role in, for example, the brutal attacks on breakaway provinces Lugansk and Donetsk. It is a very “inconvenient truth” that neo-Nazis played a key role in the violent overthrow of Ukraine’s elected president in February 2014. 
From the above you can see that all is not as it seems. The Brownshirts in Kiev are no more “freedom fighters” than were the original Brownshirts in Munich. On the other side, the Russians are not perfect themselves, just as no one really is. But at least they, unlike the United States, stand now against the threat of resurgent Nazism in Europe.
——- Sources ——-
 “Chapter 1: The Resurgence of Nazi Germany.” From the booklet, Germany and the Holy Roman Empire, by Gerald Flurry, et al. http://www.thetrumpet.com/literature/22/germany-and-the-holy-roman-empire
 “Berlin Wall”, Wikipedia, August 13, 2014
 “How Bush’s grandfather helped Hitler’s rise to power”, by Ben Aris and Duncan Campbell. The Guardian (UK), September 25, 2004
 Old Nazis, the New Right, and the Republican Party, by Russ Bellant. Editorial Review by the Library Journal.
 “Bosnia: How the State Department and Media Have Failed and Misled the American People”, by Sherman H. Skolnick et al. Conspiracy Nation Vol. 7 Num. 15. http://doubleuoglobe.com/vol7/cn7-15.html
 “The Nazis Even Hitler Was Afraid Of”, by George Eliason. March 16, 2014
 “NYT Discovers Ukraine’s Neo-Nazis at War”, by Robert Parry. Consortium News, August 10, 2014