European Nationalism

Orbán vs. Merkel: Can Europe’s Conservative Populists End the Migrant Crisis?

One of the great lies — endlessly repeated — of the world’s liberal-plutocratic media is that nation-states are “too small” or “powerless” to manage any major problems on their own in the age of globalization. This assertion is meant fundamentally to justify national authorities’ abdication of responsibility and legitimize the transfer of power to transnational authorities (such as the European Union, the United Nations, the World Trade Organization . . .) which are less democratic and thus less susceptible to being controlled by “populists” representing, after all, the people.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has now exposed these globalist lies concerning immigration: The building of a fence and the policing of borders have effectively halted the invasion of illegal migrants to his country. Hungarian police report that daily border crossings have collapsed from a peak of 9,380 to just 277. Hungary, a nation of just under 10 million people, has thus solved the “migrant crisis.”


Numbers of migrants crossing into Hungary

Numbers of migrants crossing into Hungary, August 18-September 16

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Orbán: Europeans should “throw away political correctness” and shut down migrant invasion


Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is, by far, the most effective political leader in office today in defending the interests of the indigenous peoples of Europe. His creation of a border fence has all but shut down the migrant invasion of his country. Zsolt Bayer, a co-founder of Orbán’s Fidesz party, has even explicitly discussed White interests in the context the migrant crisis: “This [immigration] is the weapon that they, the invisible hands, have employed against Europe and against the White race.”

Thus a ruling political party in Europe, in a mainstream conservative group, is discussing and to some extent governing according to our legitimate interests. This is good food for the soul of every White Advocate, more used to demonization and ostracism since the ethnically-motivated pseudoscience of Franz Boas, Theodor Adorno, and Stephen J. Gould has become culturally hegemonic.

But Orbán is not merely content to save his own nation. Indeed, he has endlessly lectured his fellow European leaders to take mass immigration seriously as the existential threat that it is. In particular, the Prime Minister recently chose to dedicate an entire speech at the European People’s Party (EPP) annual congress exclusively to the subject of immigration. The EPP is the European umbrella grouping of mainstream conservative and Christian-Democratic groups, which includes both Orbán’s Fidesz and German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats. Congress attendees included Merkel, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker (who gave, in contrast, an unbelievably feckless speech), and many other European political bigwigs. Read more

No foreign power is behind the European Resistance

PEGIDA demonstration in Dresden

PEGIDA demonstration in Dresden

Editor’s note: This is a translation of a blog post by Magnus Söderman, “Nej, det är inte främmande makt som ”göder” det europeiska motståndet”;, October 27, 2015

Translation by Gregory Conte

No foreign power is behind the European Resistance

With the people of Europe standing up against misrule, their rulers take comfort in the thought that a there must be foreign power behind it all.

In country after country, more and more are standing up against the ongoing policy of [White] genocide. Demonstrations are taking place in Germany, Italy, Sweden, France, the Czech Republic, Hungary and others. Some people even go a step further when they see that politicians do not care or even listen. The frustration propels them to desperate acts, and prospective refugee camps — empty buildings — are set alight.

To everyone it is obvious that the Resistance is a reaction to decades­old policies, as well as a reaction to the total mendacity of the press. Obvious to everyone, except those responsible.

When the Resistance can no longer be ignored, they look for new ways to explain its popularity. Instead of taking responsibility (a word, which otherwise is popular with politicians), they look for scapegoats. Lately that has been “a foreign power.”

The Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter[1] published an article today titled “NATO: Xenophobia is fueled by a foreign power.” The article’s thesis is that “a third­party works in secret to foment Xenophobia in Europe.”

The source of this claim is the NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence in Riga. Its chief, Janis Sarts,[2] is quoted in Dagens Nyheter saying:

We see similarities in three areas: how information circulates, its quality and content, and what type of content is emphasized. They try to play on the society’s instinctive fear of the unknown.

Yes, of course! That must be it!

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Calling Hungary’s Viktor Orban a racist isn’t working

We are all aware of how everyone high and low in the West cowers before charges of “racism,” “xenophobia,” etc. It’s beautiful to see Hungary’s PM Viktor Orban rejecting such talk out of hand and calling attention to the failure of multiculturalism. Whereas other European leaders, like Angela Merkel have already noted that multiculturalism has “utterly failed,” their response is to double down on multiculturalism by bringing in yet more unassimilable, low-IQ immigrants. Perhaps the Ossis will indeed save Europe.

Hungary to EU: migrant quotas will repeat Western Europe’s ‘failed’ attempts at multiculturalism

Hungary has defended its opposition to Brussels’ plans for compulsory migrant quotas, saying it did not wish to repeat the West’s “failed experiments” in multiculturalism.

In a defiant rejection of diktats from Europe’s high command, the country’s right-wing government said it was not interested in “lectures” from the European Union about taking in Middle Eastern refugees.

The comments were a direct challenge to remarks last week by one of the EU’s most senior figures, who criticised Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orban, for opposing the quotas plan and for fencing off its borders to migrants trying to reach Europe.

Frans Timmermans, the Dutch vice-president of the European Commission, said that “diversity was the future of the world,” and that Eastern European nations would just have to “get used to that.”

In an interview with The Sunday Telegraph, Mr Orban’s spokesman, Zoltán Kovács, responded by saying that integration in much of Western Europe had been at best a limited success. Hungary, he said, felt neither the wish nor the obligation to follow suit.

“Contrary to Mr Timmerman’s vision, we can’t see into the future,” Mr Kovács said. “But we are aware of the past, and multi-culturalism in Western Europe has not been a success in our view. We want to avoid making the same mistakes ourselves.” …


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Merkel’s Betrayal: From the Ethno-National Principle to an Afro-Islamic Germany, Part 2

Part 1 of “Merkel’s Betrayal”

Migration: Give an inch, take a mile

The German story shows how the immigration problem has a tendency to snowball. First a guest worker (who will likely never return to lower wages in his home country), then his family, then their family, then the second generation, the third, and so on, who in turn become left-wing voters and form ethnic activist organizations to undermine the native European majority.

The inevitable economic underperformance (poverty, unemployment) and higher criminality (requiring extra policing) of the new populations then in turn pull the heartstrings of ethno-masochist Whites who, believing the fraudulent blank-slate propaganda concocted by the likes of Franz Boas or Stephen J. Gould, blame their own people for the failures of minorities. Thus the native majority loses its moral self-confidence — highly-important given the European propensity towards idealism. Turkish organizations in Germany naturally allege that failure to integrate is largely a result of lack of European openness and generosity (the relative success of European or East Asian immigrants is left unexplained).

Thus the Muslims are given German passports, even when their home countries continue to adhere to an ethnic concept of citizenship under which, where possible, second- and third-generation immigrants to Europe automatically retain their nationality of origin. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for example has urged Turks in Germany to not assimilate, calling it a “crime against humanity.” King Hassan II of Morocco once said on French television:

Hassan II: I would not like for [Moroccan immigrants] to be subject to an attempt [to integrate them] because they will never be integrated.

Anne Sinclair:[4] You believe that they don’t want to [integrate] or that the French reject them?

Hassan II: Will they ever say that they can’t [integrate]? [Integration] is possible between European peoples. The foundations are the same. [. . .] There is nothing you can do about it. They [Moroccans] will be bad Frenchmen. [. . .] I am discouraging you, concerning my people the Moroccans, from attempting any deformation of nationality, because they will never be 100 percent French. I can guarantee you this.

Yet, as the non-European population grows, so does the pressure on politicians like Kohl, Schröder, and Merkel to “make the best of it” by granting them citizenship, recognizing their culture as an “integral part” of the nation, and creating a multicultural dictatorship criminalizing all dissenters.

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Merkel’s Betrayal: From the Ethno-National Principle to an Afro-Islamic Germany, Part 1

European nationalists everywhere have been aghast at the ongoing flood of Africans and Muslims currently invading our Old Continent. Our Western politicians, far from seeking to contain this movement, have sought only to “organize” it. At the center of this has been German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who over many years has acquired a reputation as the tough-minded de facto leader of the European Union. Strangely, Merkel seems to reserve her rigor for fellow Germans and Europeans, never for the welfare-shopping foreign settlers. In this article, I would like to go over the recent decisions and statements of the German government, and contrast these with historical postwar attitudes towards non-European immigration. In short, I will present a decline in ethnic consciousness in German society, even at the highest levels of government, to the sorry condition of today.

During this crisis, politicians have been eager to signal their moral credentials in response to massively-publicized symbols, such as the tearful Palestinian girl who asked Merkel why she would be deported and the already-ubiquitous photo of child Aylan Kurdi, a child who drowned off the coast of Turkey. Less advertised are the victims of the foreign invasion, such as poor Germans evicted to make way for “asylum-seekers,” the non-consented imposition of a refugee camp in Dresden, or the rape of a seven-year-old little German girl by a “North-African-type” foreigner. The latter vicious crime was all the more symbolic in that the girl had been playing in a park dedicated “to the victims of fascism.” Nor was this an isolated incident. There have been other incidents of migrants raping European women. Allowing these migrants to settle in Germany is a moral catastrophe for the German people. Read more

Czech President Miloš Zeman suggests European army to halt African invasion

The president of the Czech Republic, Miloš Zeman, has suggested that troops should be used to secure the European Union’s borders against immigration and that a common European army could be formed to achieve this objective. He correctly notes that the failure to repulse the ongoing migrant invasion is due to a lack of will on behalf of European leaders. The EUobserver reports:

The EU could better protect itself from migrants if it had a common army, Czech president Milos Zeman said Tuesday (25 August), while the Czech finance minister, Andrej Babis, called for the closure of the Schengen area’s external borders and for Nato help.

Speaking to Czech ambassadors at Prague castle, Zeman regretted that Frontex, the EU border-control agency, has only three unarmed ships and a few armed ships to patrol the Mediterranean.

“The EU’s fundamental lack is a lack of will for a common border protection”, Zeman said. “Today, a common European army would come in handy” to address the issue, he added.

Central Europeans (see “Can the Ossis Save Europe?“), notably Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, are then taking the lead in warning against the predictable calamity that is the ongoing Afro-Islamic invasion of Europe. Read more