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British Nationalists to hold anti-Semitic protest in London

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Joshua Bonehill-Paine Far-right nationalists are planning a demonstration in a London borough next month to protest the alleged “Jewification of Great Britain.” Anti-fascist groups have pledged to deny marchers “an inch of our streets.” The march, organized by British National Party-linked activist Joshua Bonehill-Paine, is called “Liberate Stamford Hill.” Bonehill-Paine is calling for... 

French nationalist leader Marine Le Pen calls for death penalty

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The leader of France’s rightwing Front National (FN), Marine Le Pen, has announced she would hold a referendum to reintroduce the death penalty if she wins France’s 2017 presidential election. “I personally believe that the death penalty should exist in our legal arsenal,” Le Pen told television channel France 2. “I always said that I would offer French citizens the possibility to express... 

Greece fails to elect president, will hold snap elections in January 2015

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The photo shows Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras attending the third round of the presidential election in the Greek parliament in the capital, Athens, on December 29, 2014. The Greek parliament has failed to elect the country’s new president, paving the way for snap elections that might bring a radical leftist party to power. On Monday, Greek lawmakers failed for the third consecutive time to... 

Ukraine taken by surprise by thousands of African asylum seekers

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With the slow push of Ukraine into the political grasp of the European Union, it seems only fitting that they also begin to experience the joys of diverse multiculturalism; not left complete without the standard influx of non-European illegal immigrants whining for free handouts. Long a stopping point on the route of Africans and Muslims into the more-plentiful grazing lands of the West, Ukraine’s... 

Thousands rally at anti-Islam protest in Germany

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6000, 17000, 24000, 35000… now Pegida the movement is a scale that Germany would not have suspected. At least 17,500 people took part in a protest against Islamization in Germany’s eastern city of Dresden, according to police. The Monday rally comes as the latest round of demonstrations organized by the rising far-right PEGIDA movement. Thousands gathered by Dresden’s iconic opera house,... 

Dutch Nationalist To Face Trial For Not Wanting Anymore Moroccans In His Country

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Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders, seen here in May 2014 in Brussels, sparked outrage over his ‘fewer Moroccans’ comments. Dutch far-right populist lawmaker Geert Wilders is be tried for inciting “racial hatred” after pledging in March to ensure there were ‘fewer Moroccans’ in the Netherlands, prosecutors said Thursday. ‘The public prosecutor in The Hague... 

Tens of thousands in Germany protest against Islamization in Dresden, Bonn, Cologne, Hanover and more

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Up to 15,000 people have marched against “asylum cheats” in anti-Islamization rally in Dresden, Germany. The group’s protests are attracting bigger crowds every week since its first rally in October, which gathered just a few hundred people. Nationalist activists carried banners reading “Zero tolerance towards criminal asylum seekers”, “Protect our homeland” and “Stop the Islamisation”. They... 

CIA torture is reason for France to exit NATO - Le Pen

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The shocking revelations of CIA torture techniques give France a reason to exit NATO, National Front party leader Marine Le Pen said on Saturday. The report on the CIA’s former interrogation practices has drawn wide criticism since its release. “If indeed everyone is outraged by the tortures used by the US then, let’s leave NATO,” Le Pen said during an interview with Europe 1 radio channel.... 

Hundreds demand independence at Scottish Parliament

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Hundreds of people have gathered near the Scottish Parliament at Holyrood with St. Andrew’s Cross flags, music and speeches in a celebration of Scottish nationhood, amid continued demands for independence as St. Andrew’s Day celebrations got underway. Poetry recitals, speeches and songs were on the agenda, as people wrapped themselves in flags and “Yes”-related paraphernalia. Even... 

Spain to sue Catalan leader, officials over independence vote

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Artur Mas, the president of Catalonia is seen casting his ballot to vote in a symbolic referendum in Barcelona on Catalonia’s independence from Spain, November 9, 2014. Spain’s chief prosecutor is set to launch a lawsuit against Catalonia’s President Artur Mas as well as other local officials over the autonomous region’s recent symbolic referendum on independence from Spain. Eduardo Torres-Dulce... 

New SNP Leader Vows to Make Scotland Independent

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The new leader of Scotland’s National Party, spearheading the country’s independence from the UK, repeats ambition to make Scotland an independent country under her watch, suggesting she may call another independence referendum. Speaking on Saturday on the second day of the SNP national conference in the city of Perth, Nicola Sturgeon, who’s taken over from Alex Salmond as the party’ chief... 

Catalan self-determination impossible

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Spain’s Deputy Prime Minister Soraya Saenz de Santamaria. Spain’s Deputy Prime Minister Soraya Saenz de Santamaria says the Catalan region cannot be granted the right to self-determination. The Spanish official made the remarks in parliament on Tuesday, a day after more than two million people took part in an independence vote in Catalonia. “The right to self-determination that you demand... 

Polls close in Catalonia symbolic ballot on independence

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Polls have closed in Catalonia where people have held a symbolic independence vote despite the Spanish government’s opposition. According to the regional Catalan government, almost two million people took part in the independence polls, which opened at 9 a.m. local time (0800 GMT) and closed at 8 p.m. (1900 GMT) on Sunday. The regional government had earlier said that 5.4 million Catalans and resident... 

Catalans gear up for symbolic independence vote Sunday defying Madrid's ban

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Catalans are holding a massive, symbolic regional independence vote this weekend, in defiance of the Spanish government’s ban. The polls look set to draw upward of 1.5 million people, to whom the vote is now about freedom of expression. Artur Mas, the Catalan president, has remained defiant in the face of the exceedingly draconian bans by Madrid on any show of support for secession. The Catalan... 

Salmond slams Labour-Tories campaigning against Yes vote

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Scottish First Minister Scotland’s outgoing First Minister Alex Salmond has lashed out at the Labour Party over campaigning with Conservatives against Scottish independence. Salmond said Labour in Scotland “will pay the price for a generation”. The comments came as opinion polls suggested that Labour was already facing a downfall in Scotland following the referendum. The Scottish Nationalist... 
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