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Europe's far-right vows to push referendum on Turkey's EU accession

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Europe's far right say Turkey could bring down the EU Since 2005, Turkey has been in membership talks with the European Union – with little success. Far-right parties now say the country poses a threat to EU identity and are planning a referendum to block Turkey’s EU bid. Several far-right European parties have vowed to seek a Europe-wide referendum on Turkey’s accession to the... 

Sweden Democrats fear Islamic revolution

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An Islamic revolution akin to the one that swept through Iran in 1979 could easily take place in Sweden, claims the second highest ranking member of the far-right Sweden Democrats. “It can happen really fast,” said Sweden Democrat party secretary Björn Söder to the TT news agency. Söder is number two behind party leader Jimmie Åkesson on the Sweden Democrat party list. As party secretary,... 

German Identity, Long Dormant, Reasserts Itself

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Jens John raising a variation of the German flag in his garden in Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany. A truck driver, Mr. John has often been without work in the economic downturn. As a youth in the 1950s, the film director Volker Schlöndorff tried to hide his German origins by learning to speak unaccented French. This summer, his daughter painted German flags on her cheeks and joined crowds of thousands... 

TV4 refuses to air Sweden Democrat ads

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Swedish TV channel TV4 announced on Friday that it has refused to broadcast a campaign advert by the far-right Sweden Democrats because it claims it contains racial hatred. The party wanted to pay the channel 1.5 million kronor ($201,240) to run the ad. The half-minute advert shows a race in which an elderly woman with a walker is chased by a group of burqa-clad women pushing prams with a slogan promising... 

Aussies issued UK travel warning

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The warning comes after recent bomb attacks and clashes between nationalist youths and the police AUSTRALIANS are being warned against travelling to Northern Ireland following bomb attacks earlier this month. The Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade updated the advice on its website for travellers to the UK to take account of recent bomb attacks and clashes between nationalist youths and the police. “Incidents... 

Nationalist Conference in Japan, Europeans Invited

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French National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen leads a delegation of far-right European politicians to Japan this week where they plan to visit Tokyo’s controversial Yasukuni shrine to war dead. When asked about the visit to the shrine, which honours 2.5 million Japanese war dead including 14 top war criminals from World War II, the party’s deputy leader Bruno Gollnisch said “bad... 

Denmark: Halt on non-Western immigration proposed

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Economic argument behind proposed immigration restrictions The nationalist Danish People’s Party announced yesterday that it is ready to put a complete stop to all immigration to Denmark from non-Western countries. On Tuesday the party began its 2010 summer group meeting in Vejle, Jutland, where its top members such as Pia Kjærsgaard, Kristian Thulesen Dahl and Peter Skaarup met to discuss current... 

Sarkozy orders all Gypsies expelled from France

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French President Nicolas Sarkozy on Wednesday ordered authorities to expel Gypsy illegal immigrants and dismantle their camps, amid accusations that his government is acting racist in its treatment of the group known as Roma. Sarkozy called a government meeting Wednesday after Gypsies clashed with police this month following the shooting death of a youth fleeing officers in the Loire Valley. Sarkozy... 

Australia restores race laws after Aboriginal crackdown

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There are now just 470,000 Aborigines out of a population of 22 million. Australia reinstated race laws in the remote Northern Territory region Tuesday after suspending them for three years to pursue a controversial crime crackdown in poor Aboriginal townships. Indigenous Affairs Minister Jenny Macklin called the suspension, enacted under conservative former prime minister John Howard but amended in... 

German legislator: Stop thriving Holocaust industry

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Holger Apfel, leader of the National Democratic Party (NPD) in the state of Saxony, Germany The leader of the National Democratic Party (NPD) of Germany in Saxony has urged the termination of all ties with Israel and the imposition of economic sanctions on the regime. “Stop cooperation with the… Jewish scoundrels, don’t give in to the thriving Holocaust industry,” Holger Apfel said... 

Last Interview With Terreblanche Weeks Before His Murder

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This aired on South African TV last night. It is deeply touching and moving. I don’t know how this could not move anyone with common sense.  Read More »

Nationalism is Considerably Rising in Hungary close to Elections

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Hungarian Patriots On March 15th, tens of thousands of people filled the streets of Hungary’s beautiful capital Budapest, ostensibly to celebrate the 162nd anniversary of the 1848-1948 revolution and war of independence. Among the many events commemorating this anniversary across city, a multitudinous political rally for the far-right party Jobbik garnered the most attention, as restless young... 

Greek soldiers chant anti-Turkish-Albanian slogans at military parade

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Greek special forces chanted harsh anti-Turkish-Albanian slogans during an official military parade in Athens, reports said. Greek special forces chanted harsh anti-Turkish-Albanian slogans during an official military parade in Athens, reports said. According to reports, “racist and Nazi” slogans were chanted against Muslims of Greece: Macedonians, Turks and Albanians at the military parade... 

Two Million French People Back France’s National Front

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Le Pen France’s Front National (FN) has increased its share of the vote in yesterday’s second round of regional elections to just over 17 percent, or just fewer than two million votes. The controlled media has once again engaged in some devious fact-twisting, widely reporting that the FN polled 8.9 percent. The FN only stood in 12 of the 22 mainland regions of France. The media-quoted figure is... 

Rise of the National Front as Sarkozy faces drubbing in French regional elections

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On the rise: National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen saw his party win almost 12 per cent of the vote in French regional elections Nicolas Sarkozy has received a drubbing in French regional elections which saw the re-emergence of the far-Right National Front. The president’s ruling UMP party polled 26 per cent in the first round of voting and the Socialists almost 30 per cent. But Jean Marie... 
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