English Neo-Nazis Marched Through London on Remembrance Sunday

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It’s a little known fact that every year on Remembrance Sunday, just after the Queen, the Prime Minister, and other members of the British establishment and military have finished remembering those who fought and died in the two World Wars and later conflicts, a bunch of neo-Nazis march past the Cenotaph to pay their own … Continue reading

Farage and the manifesto of lies, how UKIP are soaring ahead in the polls

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Brian Reade on how UKIP is filling a gap left by the main political parties – and that appeals to voters Filling a gap: Douglas-Carswell and UKIP-leader Nigel Farage The BBC Learning Zone website poses this age-old question: “Why did the people of Germany support the Nazis?” And this is what they boil it down … Continue reading

BNP uncover (another) Jewish conspiracy

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Protocols: with depiction of “Evil Jew” The world has always been full of conspiracy theory. It’s what used to get “witches” burnt at the stake. It’s also what can lead to genocide. The Nazis were very taken with a book called “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” a notorious Antisemetic work about a ‘worldwide … Continue reading

Fear and Loathing in La France: Marine Le Pen Injects Islamophobia Into the Release of Four French Hostages

Since its founding in 1972, France’s National Front, and the Le Pen dynasty that runs it, has always been vehemently xenophobic. Now, party head Marine Le Pen seems to think that French citizens who return to the country not looking adequately Anglo-Saxon have some “explaining to do” – even if they are returning from thirty-seven … Continue reading

Fascist conference in Wirral

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A conference of a variety of European fascists is taking place today in Wirral at this hotel- http://www.facebook.com/thorntonhallhotel This is a picture taken earlier today. Most in the photo are well known BNP activists, also Bruno Gollnisch from the French Front National and Marc Abramsson from the Swedish far right National Democrats. Abramsson was sentenced in … Continue reading

The most wanted Nazi war criminal arrested in Hungary

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He was considered the world’s most wanted Nazi. Laszlo Csatary, was found at 97 years of age in the Hungarian capital, Budapest.Csatary is accused of complicity in the deaths of 15 700 Jews during World War II. “I confirm that Laszlo Csatary was identified and found in Budapest,” Zuroff told reporters, adding that the British newspaper … Continue reading

‘Top-Shop’ Now Selling Clothes with Nazi Insignia

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Not content with just being tax cheats, Top-Shop is stocking clothes that incorporate Nazi insignia (Deaths Head Skull). “The “Death’s Head” was the symbol of the SS-Totenkopfverbande (one of the original three branches of the SS, along with the Algemeine SS and the Waffen SS), whose purpose was to guard the concentration camps. Most of … Continue reading

The Death Of The BNP

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Far right movements have existed since the early days of democracy, with political and non-political groups alike, based on two overarching, and vaguely fascist, beliefs. These are, of course, that national identity and national pride were defining features of an advanced race. With every perceived ‘growth’ in immigration and, all too often, each time society … Continue reading

Nazis, football, and the shadow of Kiev’s ‘Death Match’

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The Ukrainian capital Kiev hosts the final of Euro 2012, cementing an association with football that goes well beyond its famous teams Dynamo and Lokomotiv to one of the most talked-about matches in history. The Start stadium is a crumbling arena not far from the city centre. The letters START are mounted on a stone … Continue reading

Extreme-Right Politicians Expelled for Neo-Nazi T-shirts

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There are reports that eight extreme-right politicians on Wednesday were expelled from the Saxony, Germany, state parliament for wearing neo-Nazi T-shirts. The lawmakers, from the controversial National Democratic Party (NDP), were forcibly removed by police after refusing to leave on their own. The speaker of the assembly in Saxony, in formerly communist eastern Germany where … Continue reading