The British National Party, together with the Alliance of European National Movements held the first of their UK based training/get together weekends of 2013. Continue reading The Bank holiday in pictures
“More Lee Rigby-style murders and renewed 7/7-style bomb attacks on the streets of Europe! That will be the result of British Prime Minister David Cameron´s plan to arm the rebel Free Syrian Army” Continue reading Belgian jihadists in Syria
It has been revealed in the British press that Peter Mandelson has finally admitted that the Labour party ‘sent out search parties’ in order to bring immigrants to Britain after losing the votes of the working class. Continue reading The Truth: Labour imported immigrants to Britain ‘for votes’
AEMN conference in the UK – interviews with participants.
Continue reading AEMN conference in the UK
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.
The Alliance of European National Movements (Alliance européenne des mouvements nationaux – AEMN) was formed on the 24th October 2009, with founding members including Jobbik (the Movement for a Better Hungary), the French Front Nationale, Italy’s Fiamma Tricolore, Sweden’s National Democrats and Belgium’s National Front. The President of the AENM is Mr Bruno Gollnisch, with Vice President Nick Griffin, Secretary General Valerio Cignetti and Treasurer Bela Kovacs.
Message from Jean-Marie Le Pen, the honorary president of Front National and member of the European Parliament: Continue reading Letter from Jean Marie Le Pen
Georgina Bernath international press co-ordinator for the Hungarian Nationalist party ‘Jobbik’ gives us a run-down of the party’s creation, its successes and the similar issues it faces. Continue reading Introducing ‘Jobbik’
The European level political party „Alliance of European National Movements” was formed in Budapest, Hungary on the 24-th of October 2009, by a number of nationalist parties and national movements from various countries in Europe. Since then, AEMN dedicates its political activities to protect and nurture the diversity of autochthonous cultures, traditions and languages in a Europe of free, independent and equal nations, in the framework of a confederation of sovereign nation states.