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    Posted: 29-Oct-2006 at 13:31
Major and minor fascist-nationalist European  Political Parties and Organizations:
 
-Poland:League of Polish Families (Liga Polskich Rodzin, LPR)
Organizations:All Polish Youth (Młodzież Wszechpolska)
 

MP, constituency

 

Members of Polish Parliament (Sejm) (2001-2005)

MP, constituency

 

League of Polish Families - Electoral Committee

Except for LPR party members, the electoral committee consisted of several political parties and groups that formed separate parliamentary caucuses in Polish parliament:

 

Members of Polish Senate (2005 -)

 

Members of Polish Senate (2001-2005)

 

Members of the European Parliament

 
-Slovakia:Slovak Nationalist Party (Slovensk nrodn strana, SNS)
 
Results of the general elections to Slovak parliament
  • 1990: 13.94%
  • 1992: 7.93%
  • 1994: 5.4%
  • 1998: 9.07%
  • 2002: 3.65% for PSNS, 3.32% for SNS
  • 2006: 11.6%

In the parliamentary election of 17 June 2006, the party won 11.6% of the popular vote and 20 out of 150 seats.

 
-Bulgaria:Bulgarian National Patriotic Party (Balgarska Nacionalna-Patrioticna Partija)
National Movement for the Salvation of the Fatherland (Nacionalno Dvienie za Spasenie na Otecestvoto)
Union of Patriotic Forces and Militaries of the Reserve Zashtita (Sajuz na Patrioticnite Sili i Voinite ot Zapaca Zacita)
 
*All three Bulgarian Parties are part of the National Union Attack (Nacionalno Obedinenie Ataka) that won at the last legislative elections, 25 June 2005, 9.0 % of the popular vote and 22 out of 240 seats.
 
-Romania:The Greater Romania Party (Partidul Romnia Mare, PRM)
 
  • After 1992's elections, PRM polled less than 4% of the vote and won 22 seats in Romanian legislative and it was part of the governmental coalition (the Red Quadrilateral) between 1993 and 1995.
  • At the elections of 1996, PRM and Tudor polled less than 5% of the vote, still achieving 27 seats in Romanian legislative assemblies.
  • After the elections in 2000, PRM was the second-largest party in the Romanian parliament. The party polled 23% of the vote, winning 126 seats in both of the Romanian legislative assemblies. In the presidential elections, Tudor polled 33% of the popular vote, being defeated after the second ballot by Ion Iliescu.
  • In 2004 Vadim Tudor scored third, with 12.57% of the vote, while PRM scored 13.2%.
 
-Germany:National Democratic Party of Germany (Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands, NPD)
 
*Most recently, after making large gains in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, the party now has 6 seats in the Landtag (state parliament).
 
-Belgium:Vlaams Belang (Flemish Interest)
 
*The Vlaams Belang took part in the 2006 municipal elections on the theme of "Secure, Flemish, Liveable."

In Antwerp, the Vlaams Belang lost out to the Socialist Party at the municipal level, although for all districts, except for Center and Borgerhout, the VB showed an increase of its voters share. In two districts, Hoboken and Deurne, VB enjoys a plurality; in the former district, the other parties will have to work together with the marxist-leninist Workers Party (PVDA) in order to obtain a majority in the district council, although another party, the N-VA, has ruled out such a coalition.

In the rest of Flanders, the Vlaams Belang, like the CD&V, enjoyed a massive increase of votes (the number of VB council members almost doubled, from 439 to about 800). In Aalst and Schoten, Vlaams Belang enjoys a plurality. Although it is unlikely that any party in these or other cities will break the cordon sanitaire.

In 1999, the Vlaams Blok obtained 584,392 votes for the European Parliament elections. In 2004, the party obtained 930,731 votes.

-Austria: Austrian Freedom Party (Freiheitliche Partei sterreichs, abbreviated to FP)
 
Election results (1956-2006) National Council of Austria
Election year # of total votes % of overall vote # of seats
1956 283,749 6.5% 6
1959 336,110 7.7% 8
1962 313,895 7.0% 8
1966 242,570 5.4% 6
1970 253,425 5.5% 6
1971 248,473 5.5% 10
1975 249,444 5.4% 10
1979 286,743 6.1% 11
1983 241,789 5.0% 12
1986 472,205 9.7% 18
1990 782,648 16.6% 33
1994 1,042,332 22.5% 42
1995 1,060,175 22.0% 41
1999 1,244,087 26.9% 52
2002 491,328 10.0% 18
2006 519,598 11.0% 21
 
Alliance for the Future of Austria (Bndnis Zukunft sterreich or BZ)
 
*BZO is an Austrian political party founded by Jrg Haider, his sister Ursula Haubner, and other leading members of the Freedom Party of Austria (FP) on April 4, 2005. This resulted in the split of the Freedom Party, the future prospects of which seemed very uncertain for a time. Since the BZ has fared very badly in the state elections it participated in, most commentators believe that it will disappear after the 2006 elections. Preliminary results from that election shows, however, that the party has secured eight seats in the Austrian parliament.
 
-Sweden:The National Socialist Front (Nationalsocialistisk front, abbreviated NSF)
 

The party ran for the municipal council elections in Karlskrona in 2002, but only attracted 0.5% of the votes which was not sufficient for a mandate.

In 2006 the party entered the elections at a national level. There they gathered 1417 votes, or 0.03% (in order to enter Riksdagen - the national parlament - a party needs at least 4% or roughly 220,000 votes). The party had the most success in Trollhttan, where they received 208 votes or 0.65%, although it wasn't enough to enter the "kommunfullmktige" (city council). Still, 2006 was their best election year in the party's history.

The National Democrats (Nationaldemokraterna)
 
It is supported by some 0.1% of the electorate but has managed to gain representation in two municipalities south of Stockholm in 2002.
 
-Great Britain:The British National Party (BNP)
 
*National parliament
The BNP has contested seats in England, Wales and Scotland, and has announced plans to contest future elections in Northern Ireland. No BNP candidate has ever won a seat as a Member of Parliament in the House of Commons.

In the 2005 General Election, the British National Party stood 119 candidates across England, Scotland and Wales. Between those candidates the BNP polled 192,850 votes, gaining an average of 4.2% across the several seats they stood in, and 0.7% nationwide - a 0.5% rise from the 2001 election. In those seats which the BNP stood in they were the 4th largest party. However, they did not stand nationwide, meaning that their national share of the vote was substantially lower than other minor parties and exit poll predictions of 3%.

 General election performance of BNP

Year Number of Candidates Percentage of vote Total votes Change (percentage points)
2005 119 0.7 192,746 +0.5
2001 33 0.2 47,129 +0.1
1997 56 0.1 35,832 0.0
1992 13 0.1 7,631 +0.1
1987 2 0.0 553 0.0
1983 53 0.0 14,621 N/A
 

The BNP has used various front organisations to give the impression of wider support for its activities, and in an attempt to access potential supporters. By their very nature, front groups are usually denied as such by both the organizations behind them and the groups themselves, so any attempt to identify them is a matter of judgement. Nevertheless, there is evidence (usually in the form of common organizers) that the following operate as BNP fronts:

Unlike the above groups, which purport to be independent, the following organisations are officially linked to or part of the BNP:

  • The Trafalgar Club is the BNP fund-raising club and the name it uses to book hotels and conference facilities.
  • The BNP Ethnic Liaison Committee is an organisation of which people from the ethnic minorities can become members. The committee have joined with BNP members in staging demonstrations in the past.
  • Great White Records, a record label described by the BNP as "a patriotic label" launched in January 2006. It launched a campaign to introduce folk music to schoolchildren. Most of the songs sung by Doncaster folkster Lee Haggan, have been written by Nicholas Griffin himself .
  • Albion Life Insurance was set up in September 2006  as an insurance brokerage company on behalf of the BNP. Its stated aim is to 'secure a robust financial situation for the BNP'. The officers of Albion Life are all members of the British National Party.
 
 
Organizations:The Young BNP

Its leader, up until November 2002, was Mark Collett. He appeared in an episode of Russell Brand's 2001 TV documentary series RE:Brand discussing his role. Collett was sacked from his position after a Channel 4 television programme secretly filmed him declaring his admiration for Adolf Hitler and UDA paramilitary Johnny Adair.

-Hungary:The Hungarian Justice and Life Party (Magyar Igazsg s let Prtja, in short: MIP)
 

In 2005, MIP joined forces with a newer, right-wing political party, namely the Movement for a Better Hungary. The new political formation has been registered under the name the MIP-Jobbik Third Way Alliance of Parties and it purports to speak for Christians, stands up for the rights of Hungarian minorities in the neighbouring countries and boasts a "law and order" agenda, in order to crack down on crime.

 

 Parliamentary representation

year seat percentage seats popular votes status
1994 1.58% 0 85,431 extra-parliamentary
1998 5.47% 14 248,901 opposition
2002 4.37% 0 245,326 extra-parliamentary
2006 2.20% 0 119,007 extra-parliamentary
 
 
At the legislative elections in 1998 the party won 5.5% of the votes and gained parliamentary representation, with 14 seats.

At the last legislative elections, April 7 and 20, 2002, the party won 4.4% of the popular vote and no seats.

-Switzerland:Swiss Democrats (Schweizer Demokraten, Dmocrates Suisses, Democratici Svizzeri)
 
At the last legislative elections, 19 October 2003, the party won 1.0% of the popular vote and 1 out of 200 seats. Many of the party's members are former Swiss People's Party members that are disappointed about the light neoliberal swing in the SVP.
 
The Swiss People's Party (SVP) also known as the Democratic Union of the Centre (German: Schweizerische Volkspartei, French: Union Dmocratique du Centre, Italian: Unione Democratica di Centro, Romansh: Partida Populara Svizra)  The SVP is strongest in German-speaking areas of Switzerland and after the 2003 general election is the largest party in the Swiss lower house of parliament with 55 out of 200 seats. Its party chair is Ueli Maurer. It is a member of the governing coalition and has two members on the Swiss Federal Council, former President of the Confederation Samuel Schmid and Christoph Blocher.
 

At the expense of the major parties of the centre, the SVP has greatly increased its voter support in the last decades and presently holds roughly 25% of the national vote. In the 2003 elections, its ascendancy to the strongest party in Parliament led it to demand an additional seat on the Federal Council at the expense of the Christian Democrats (now the weakest of the parties in the governing coalition) and threatened to go into opposition if it didn't get it. Finally, Blocher was elected to the council, replacing Ruth Metzler-Arnold.

In 2003, it held 55 mandates (out of 200) in the Swiss National Council (first chamber of the Swiss parliament); 8 (out of 46) in the second chamber and 2 out of 7 mandates in the Swiss Federal Council (executive body). By 2005, it held 23.3% of the seats in the Swiss Cantonal parliaments and 15.8% in the Swiss Cantonal governments (index "BADAC", weighted with the population and number of seats). This gap has been explained because of many cantonal party sections being young and not counting on experienced personnel for governments, and furthermore because of the pronounced positions of the People's Party in many Swiss cantons. Polls also predict that the SVP will stay the largest party in the Swiss National Council in the next election.

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  Quote Bulldog Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29-Oct-2006 at 13:35
Why is France not included, Le Pen is on track for a great pollitical campain according to his cronies Confused
 
BNP isn't a big problem in the UK, its very "fringe", has no wide-spread apeal or media-backing.
 
I never knew it was an issue in Poland?
 
I don't understand Russian Neo-Nazi's either, how do they justify their views, Hitler viewed Slavs as inferior people and was on a campaign to slaughter them, however, today some Russian extremists think of him as a Hero.


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  Quote Spartakus Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29-Oct-2006 at 13:40

France?I did not think about it.

Generally,it would bevery naive not to worry about these parties and their youth organizations ,even in Britain.The fact that they have voters,even a few,is quite dangerous.Moreover,today they have few votes,tomorrow they will have more.And for the most parties,the latest elections were in fact very positive .Some have sits in Parliaments,while others have representatives in the local goverments.And this is not good.
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  Quote Roberts Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29-Oct-2006 at 14:14
Originally posted by Bulldog

I don't understand Russian Neo-Nazi's either, how do they justify their views, Hitler viewed Slavs as inferior people and was on a campaign to slaughter them, however, today some Russian extremists think of him as a Hero.
 
Well It is not about Hitler. The Russian Neo Nazis have slogan "Russia is for Russians". So they are basically against all ethnic minorities in Russia and against imigrant workers from Central Asia and Caucasus. Some of their groups are even attacking foreign students with non-Russian features, and you know some have died, while majority end up heavliy beaten.
 


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  Quote Bulldog Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29-Oct-2006 at 14:20
 But how can they associate themselves with Nazi's? there forefathers fought against Nazi's and suffered as Slavs at the hands of them just because they were Slavs.
 
The Russian federation includes areas such as Tataristan, Baskurdistan, Daghestan, Chechneya etc etc its Russian policy to keep them a part of Russia they arn't ethnic Russian so this form of ethnic Russian nationalism seems pretty self-destructive for Russia.
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  Quote Majkes Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29-Oct-2006 at 15:57
Originally posted by Bulldog

 But how can they associate themselves with Nazi's? there forefathers fought against Nazi's and suffered as Slavs at the hands of them just because they were Slavs.
 
They just don't ask themselves such difficult questions. Lest's say such people are not too intelligent.
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  Quote Antioxos Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29-Oct-2006 at 16:57
Originally posted by Bulldog

 But how can they associate themselves with Nazi's? there forefathers fought against Nazi's and suffered as Slavs at the hands of them just because they were Slavs.
 
The Russian federation includes areas such as Tataristan, Baskurdistan, Daghestan, Chechneya etc etc its Russian policy to keep them a part of Russia they arn't ethnic Russian so this form of ethnic Russian nationalism seems pretty self-destructive for Russia.
Maby you don't realize that nationalists do like only there nation.
This does not mean that every nationalist  follow the principles of  
National Socialist German Workers' Party .We have many aspect of nationalism that even them self dont realize that they are nationalists.
As a conclusion i can say that nationalism and stupidity goes together .
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  Quote Barbarroja Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30-Oct-2006 at 08:00
We can include PNV (Basque country, Spain) in fact Sabino Arana's ideals were very close to nazism. And Batasuna (they say they are from left wing but both extrems are similars).
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  Quote bg_turk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30-Oct-2006 at 10:01
We have our Le Pen equivalent in Bulgaria too - Volen Siderov and his attack party.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Union_Attack

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Lets face it only the Portuguese are free from that plague.

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  Quote yan. Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30-Oct-2006 at 12:11
Originally posted by Majkes

 
They just don't ask themselves such difficult questions. Lest's say such people are not too intelligent.
I have seen one on TV who said something like Hitler's only mistake was that he didn't recognize that Russians are aryan, too. Too bad the interviewer wasn't competent enough to tell him that Hitler's views were well in line with contemporary (and prbly more current) race - theory: that Russians are no more than F****NG HALF-MONGOLS!!! AngryAngryAngry
 
 
 
Alright, at least that would have had some potential for interesting further discussion. LOL
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  Quote malizai_ Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30-Oct-2006 at 12:12
Originally posted by Bulldog

 
I don't understand Russian Neo-Nazi's either, how do they justify their views, Hitler viewed Slavs as inferior people and was on a campaign to slaughter them, however, today some Russian extremists think of him as a Hero.
 
Nobody has a monopoly on rascist ideologies. Rascist share the same foundation.
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  Quote akritas Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30-Oct-2006 at 12:52

I beleive that the nationalism raise fast in the Europe. As about the racism I will agree with the malizai. Below is a nice article (even is from wiki) that explain all the kinds of the racism!!!!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racism



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Extremism is cyclical in Europe. Though I am surrpised as this a period of relative prosperity.

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  Quote Styrbiorn Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30-Oct-2006 at 15:43

Originally posted by Zagros

Extremism is cyclical in Europe.ThoughI am surrpised as this a period of relative prosperity.

    
The reason is largely the problems caused by a failed integration policy.
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  Quote Majkes Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30-Oct-2006 at 16:45
Originally posted by yan.

Originally posted by Majkes

 
They just don't ask themselves such difficult questions. Lest's say such people are not too intelligent.
I have seen one on TV who said something like Hitler's only mistake was that he didn't recognize that Russians are aryan, too. Too bad the interviewer wasn't competent enough to tell him that Hitler's views were well in line with contemporary (and prbly more current) race - theory: that Russians are no more than F****NG HALF-MONGOLS!!! AngryAngryAngry
 
 
 
Alright, at least that would have had some potential for interesting further discussion. LOL
 
LOL, no really LOL. They make me laughLOL. This nazi are all so f**king funny.
Half-Mongols LOLLOL. This is good.
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"I don't understand Russian Neo-Nazi's either, how do they justify their views, Hitler viewed Slavs as inferior people and was on a campaign to slaughter them, however, today some Russian extremists think of him as a Hero."

A documentary i saw showed a Russian neo-nazis ritual of entrance to one of these groupings. They drank from both the Red Army and a Wehrmacht helmet. They said something in the lines that during WW2 a terrible tragedy happened when two "bretheren nations" sadly fought against eachother (likely blamed it on a Jewish plot), but now they could join and cleanse Europe.




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The reason is largely the problems caused by a failed integration policy.

Only an arrogant mind could think that people would throw away all their culture and customs to become someone else.

Only a racist mind could think that people retaining their culture is bad thing.

Only an ignorant mind fails to understand how much local culture will have been added to the old culture.

Pity there are too many ignorant, arrogant, racists.
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  Quote Cywr Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30-Oct-2006 at 20:43
The BNP are in financial trouble, and stabbing each other in the back already.
The downside is its the ex-BNP types who are often the most trouble.
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  Quote TheDiplomat Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31-Oct-2006 at 03:55
The Russian neo-Nazi movement must be the one of the biggest ironies of history...They are expanding to a large extend every year...

Racism in Russia is out of hand...If you have European look, The Russians welcome you and help you with heart. I was in Russia, and The Russian people were so nice to me (I'm a Turk).but a Krgyz friend fo mine told me that he and his friends were always  discriminated whenever they went  to Russia. What is more, a Russian girlfriend of mine told me that in her city, St.Petesburg, black guys were always irritated and sometimes even beaten up by Russian men.


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