Forza Nuova holds rally in Romano, Lombardy

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On March 24th Forza Nuova organized a grand event in the city center of Romano, state of Lombardy. The main purpose of this event was to attract residents of the town and spread our nationalist message throughout the town.

Oscar Rizzini, the provincial secretary, Salvatore Ferrara, responsible for Lombardy, and Luca Castellini, in charge of all of Northern Italy, all spoke to the crowds of people. The flags of FN waved against the statue of the lion of San Marco, which overlooks the main square, and served as a representation of the Italian State and its people. The nationalists of Italy fight only for the Italian people and will never accept our racial replacement with third world invaders.

Since the end of WW2, our country has been sold out to foreign interests. Today the invasion is being carried out differently, under the auspices of “humanitarianism” for refugees, aka rapefugees. The goal of the invaders in 1943 is the same goal as those in Brussels and Washington today: to turn Italian society into a gigantic melting pot of brown, rootless consumers. The fake democracy that has engulfed the West is one that defies all people and all nature! Forza Nuova stands as tall as the lion of San Marcos, and will fight to the death for all Italians.



Police clash with anti-refugee protesters in Greece

Clashes have erupted in Greece between police and a group of far-right protesters who were demonstrating against the influx of refugees into Greece and the growing presence of Muslims in the country.

Scuffles broke out in the city of Thessaloniki, Greece’s second-largest city, on Monday.

The protesters were predominantly members of the right-wing group “Sacred Band.”

Meanwhile, a group of around 200 antifa held a counter-demonstration nearby. The latter rally was organized by the Movement against Racism and the Threat of Fascism (KEERFA).

A large number of police officers were deployed to prevent possible clashes between the two groups.

EDL stages 100 strong protest against Rotherham rapists

The English Defence League staged a 100 strong protest in Rotherham today, the first time the group had been to the town since a group of men had been jailed for child sexual exploitation offences.

Meanwhile, a counter-demonstration that attracted a couple dozen antifa & kebabs was held across the town by Unite Against Fascism, as they warned people not to allow negativity to divide a town still reeling from the revelations of the Jay Report.

Seven people were arrested for various offences, but police say the day otherwise passed without incident. There is no word on which side they were with.

Massive Serbian protest against NATO & in favor of wartime leader Radovan Karadzic

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Serbian radicals in Belgrade are protesting against NATO on the 17th anniversary of the bombing of Yugoslavia. They also rallied against a UN war crimes tribunal which yesterday sentenced former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic to 40 years in jail.
The rally was organized by the Serbian Radical Party, which is headed by Vojislav Seselj – who served as deputy prime minister of Serbia between 1998 and 2000. Tens of thousands of people attended the protest.
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The protest marked the 17th anniversary of the start of NATO’s bombing campaign in Yugoslavia, which began on March 24, 1999. The demonstrators held banners saying “NATO dropped more bombs on Serbia than all the terrorists in the world.”

“Those who were bombing us in 1999, who were killing our children, those criminals from NATO, have now got the right voted in by parliament to walk freely across Serbia,” Seselj said in his address to the crowds, as cited by the website Balkan Insight.

The protesters also criticized Thursday’s verdict delivered by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), which sentenced Karadzic to 40 years in prison. The former Bosnian Serb president was found guilty on 10 charges out of 11.

Fellow nationalists from the Golden Dawn & Forza Nuova were in attendance.
Some of the protesters were carrying portraits of Karadzic. Karadzic “was convicted [even though] he was innocent… and because he is Serb who found himself at a decisive and historic moment at the head of [the administrative entity in Bosnia and Herzegovina] Republika Srpska,” Seselj said.

“The verdict on Radovan Karadzic is a verdict on the entire Serbian people, history and nation,” Seselj added.

READ MORE: Bosnian Serb leader Karadzic responsible for ‘Srebrenica genocide’, sentenced to 40 years

Karadzic was indicted on two counts of genocide, five counts of crimes against humanity, and four counts of violations of the laws of war in his capacity as president of Republika Srpska (the Bosnian Serb republic) from 1992 to 1996.

The one charge that was dropped related to the allegations that Bosnian Serb forces committed genocide in seven municipalities of Bosnia. However, the 44-month siege of Sarajevo also amounts to a war crime, the judge ruled.

Though Karadzic was indicted by the tribunal in 1995, he was captured 13 years later in Belgrade, where he lived disguised as a faith healer. The Serbian authorities handed him over to international investigators for the trial, which began in 2009.


National Front holds White Pride demo in Swansea

Around 70 extreme-right protesters marching to bring attention to discrimination against white people came face-to-face with police and anti-white demonstrators on Saturday in the Welsh city of Swansea.

The march was organized by the South Wales National Front, with members of the West Midlands Infidels, British Movement, & others in attendance.

The South Wales National Front prepared for their march, under the banner of White Pride World Wide Day, by busing in supporters from around the United Kingdom to fend off counter-protesters from the anti-white group Unite Against Fascism (UAF).

Ten people were arrested for public order offenses, but nobody was injured.


Belgian peace march canceled as nationalists hits the streets

Image: Right-wing demonstrators protest against wave of terrorism in frront of the old stock exchange in Brussels

In the center of Brussels, a  left wing “march against fear” planned for Sunday was cancelled after the demonstration was successfully hijacked by nationalist protesters.

Much like in France after the Paris attacks, public interest in fiery far-right nationalistic populism has exploded in popularity. Vocativ reports Facebook likes for Vlaams Belang, the right-wing populist party from Flanders, has surged more than 3,000 percent.

Brüssel Hooligans Rechtsradikale Demonstration Ausschreitungen

British broadcaster BBC reported that members of the right-wing groups had approached and harassed Muslim women wearing headscarves, and at one stage cleared the steps of the square of left wing demonstrators.

Adrian Liston, who was in the square, told BBC News that there had been a “bunch of people showing solidarity with Brussels and Belgium” with a “lot of positive energy”.

But then, he said, “a bunch of skinheads turned up in force, really marching into the square, creating a major confrontation with the peace protesters”.

“They were really starting to get into the face of the peace protesters and starting to get into the face of the police. They started fireworks going, started chanting and it was really looking quite ugly,” Mr Liston said.

During a stand-off, missiles were seen being thrown in both directions between the two groups.

However he said the riot police, who appeared to have been waiting nearby, quickly moved in to separate the two groups.

Riot police used water cannons in an attempt to disperse the nationalists. No news yet of arrests or injuries, although here is an awesome vid of an antifa getting knocked out. (h/t Iron March)




Poland axes agreement to take in 7,000 Muslim migrants

Poland today abandoned its promise to the EU to take in 7,000 migrants because of the jihadist attacks in Brussels that killed 34 people.

The country’s previous government had agreed to take the migrants in, but today Prime Minister Beata Szydlo declared she would not be honoring the agreement.

Speaking at the Belgian Embassy in Warsaw where she laid flowers to honor the victims, she appealed for urgent talks to allow Europe to counter the ‘plague’ of radicalization.

She said: ‘We must put an end to terrorism in Europe. We must not be afraid.

‘After what happened in Brussels yesterday, it’s not possible right now to say that we’re OK with accepting any number of migrants at all,’ she told local broadcaster Superstacja. ‘I will be very clear: at the moment, I don’t see a possibility for migrants to come to Poland.’

Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo (pictured) today said she was 'not OK' with allowing migrants to settle in her country following the attacks in Brussels