During the period of late August and mid September the home page of AEMN was attacked and damaged by unidentified hackers. The reconstruction is on its way. Continue reading
The AEMN sets the EMI summer camp as a positive example, collects experience and seeks for the possible ways of cooperation in the future. Continue reading
The Alliance of European National Movements decided to change its logo. The design concept is to clearly show the main idea of the party: Europe of free nations. Continue reading
According to the analysts, the upcoming elections will start a new era in the EU. The fight between the builders and the opposition of the United States of Europe is getting fierce. Continue reading
The AEMN draws the attention of the Euro-critical voters to the importance of the participation in the EP-elections with a genuine, self-published news paper. Continue reading
The national-radical party gained 20,54% with its positive campaign. Jobbik is aiming to be the real alternative of the governing party Fidesz. Continue reading
The Alliance of European National Movements (AEMN) elected its new president in Brussels on the 17-th of December 2013, for the next 2 years. MEP Béla Kovács, the former treasurer of the Alliance (Jobbik – Hungary) will lead the Euro-sceptic political parties in the campaign of the EP-elections, next year. Continue reading
The Alliance of European National Movements (AEMN) will be running a counter-conference to this year’s UN Climate Change conference in Poland, and, with them, we in the British National Party will be holding a joint young nationalists demonstration outside the UN event. Continue reading
AEMN conference in the UK – interviews with participants.
Invited to speak at the AENM Conference, Jack Buckby discusses the ‘National Culturists’ and explains the concept behind it – the need for making nationalism, culturism and social conservatism accessible for younger people.