Bulgaria: Nationalists Win 9.3% In Parliamentary Elections, Will Be Part Of Ruling Coalition Government


The Bulgarian nationalist party United Patriots won 9.3% of the vote in parliamentary elections held on March 26th.

In a surprise move, the center-right, pro-E.U. party, GERB (Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria) announced that it will partner with United Patriots.

UP is itself a coalition of three nationalist groups: National Movement of Bulgaria (IMRO), National Front for the Salvation of Bulgaria (NFSB) and ATAKA (Attack!).

Furthermore, the new civic nationalist, anti-immigration party Volia won 4.3 percent of the vote. This party was formed in 2016 by Veselin Mareshki, a businessman who ran on a populist, nationalist, anti-immigration and pro-Russian platform.




Sofia, Bulgaria: Lukov March 2017

February 18th, 2017.

The fourteenth annual Lukov march went ahead despite being banned by the mayor of Sofia & public opposition from the Bulgarian Socialist Party, the Russian foreign ministry, & the Shalom Organization of  Jews in Bulgaria.

The event is held yearly to honor wartime leader General Hristo Lukov, who was murdered by communist forces in 1943.

Over 2,000 Bulgarian nationalists were in attendance, organized by the Bulgarian National Alliance.

Lukov March 2017, seen from above

Guests from other European nations were present for the event, including delegations from the Nordic Resistance (Sweden & Norway), Die Recht (Germany), & Der Dritte Weg (Germany). Also present were nationalists from Poland, France, Italy, Croatia, Hungary & Spain.

There was no significant street protest of the event, & no reports of violence or arrest of the participants.




Upcoming Events: Bulgaria, Sweden & USA

Sofia, Bulgaria: Lukov March, February 18th

Lukovmarch is an annual torchlight procession, organized by Bulgarian National Union in honorable memory of general Hristo Lukov. General Lukov was a WWI hero, minister of war in Tsardom of Bulgaria (1935 – 1938) and later, leader of the strongest nationalist organization at that time – Union of Bulgarian National Legions. He was cowardly murdered by communist terrorist group – shot in the back in front of his 9-year-old daughter on the 13th of February 1943.

Lukovmarch started in 2003 as a small local event with only 15 people. At that time, the memory of gen. Lukov was almost completely wiped out, after decades of communist efforts. Back then he was known only by few people, interested in history and by the few, very old members of his organization, who survived the communist concentration camps. The first Lukovmarch was organized after the story about gen. Lukov, told by these old nationalists, inspired the young members of BNU. After the fall of communist dictatorship, those old men gathered every year in one church, in the capital city – Sofia, to organize a memorial service for general Lukov. On one such service they invited members of the newly formed patriotic youth organization BNU. At this meeting the memory and the legacy of general Hristo Lukov was passed from the old to the new generation of Bulgarian nationalists. This was the event that inspired Lukovmarch.

Years of efforts finally paid off. In 2012 more than 1 000 people gathered for Lukovmarch. The next year, more then 2 000 people marched on the streets of Sofia, chanting the name of the General. Since then, this is the usual number of people, taking part in the event. It became also a tradition to organize an information campaign in the whole country in the month before the march. Lectures about the General are held in different Bulgarian cities every year. Propaganda materials are distributed in every corner of the country and hundreds of volunteers take part in the campaign.

Lukovmarch became the biggest annual event for the Bulgarian nationalists. It became more than just a commemoration of a fallen hero. It became a day of unity – different factions and different organizations join the march. They forget all their differences in that day and Lukovmarch is the event that truly unites the National movement in Bulgaria. Although mainly the youth take part in Lukovmarch, you can see people of all ages, people with different professions and social status, joining the rally. From students in the universities and high schools, to workers, small and medium-sized business owners, engineers, lawyers, doctors, IT specialists, retired military officers, parents with their young children, even priests. It is like an example of what could be a nation united under nationalist ideals – a sense of brotherhood, a high self-discipline and an iron will.

But Lukovmarch also became an event of European scale. During the years nationalists from all over Europe have sended delegations. Our comrades from Croatia, Germany, Austria, France, Sweden, Romania, Hungary, Italy, Spain, Russia, Switzerland, Flanders and Wallonia were presented on Lukovmarch. In 2012, as part of the expanding campaign, in Sofia was held a conference of European nationalists under the theme „Europe of the free nations, not a dictatorship of EU bureaucrats“. Lectors from Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany and France took part in it. The special guest on the event was professor Pierre Vial from France, one of the pioneers of the New Right, after WWII. After the conference everything that was written and spoken was published in a book. In 2014 the German music band Libertin created a song in honour of general Hristo Lukov. Lukovmarch is now one of the annual events that strengthen the ties between the European nationalists in their common struggle against the forces of globalization that are trying to destroy the identity of our nations. In 2017 we are expecting the highest number of foreign guests on the march. Between 8 and 10 European nations will be present with delegates from various organizations, including Polish and Norwegian nationalists for the first time. They all will be united into a special block during the march, led under the banner with the slogan „Defend Europe“.

Of course all the success of the march had drawn the attention of the anti-national forces. Several organization, most of them connected to George Soros’s Open society foundation, start a campaign against Lukovmarch. Despite the media campaign and all their effort, the so called antifa, couldn’t form a negative public opinion – on the contrary, the support from the public for the march grows. Their biggest protest against Lukovmarch until now gathered no more than 30 people, half of them even not from Bulgaria. Despite this, all the non nationalist parties in the parliament (especially the socialists – the successors of the communist party) condemn the march and the problems with the authorities are growing. This happens mainly because of the pressure from various zionist organizations and the embassy of Israel which are pushing for a ban of the march, directly violating the national sovereignty of Bulgaria. The main reason for this is that one of the communist assassins of gen. Lukov was a jewish woman. We are hardly expecting these organizations to apologize, or at least to condemn the murder of a national hero. Instead of this they just decided to claim that the General was “anti-semite” (without any actual evidence supporting this claim). As a result of this pressure, the mayor of the city, in violation of the Bulgarian law, has banned the march last three years. But Lukovmarch was held anyway, despite some difficulties, caused by the police. And finally  last year the court sentenced that the mayor of Sofia violated the law by banning the march. But we are sure that this battle will continue.

Pikeville, Kentucky: Traditionalist Worker’s Party Demonstration/Unity Event

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Dear Comrades,

The Traditionalist Worker Party, along with the other member organizations of the Nationalist Front, are going to be holding a conference and event at the end of April in Pikeville Kentucky.
The event will be the evening of April 28th and the day of the 29th.
Pike County is 98.35% European and went over 80% for Trump in the recent elections. It is an area that is in need of advocacy and organization, with almost a third of the children living under the poverty line and 1 in 5 elderly people.
Due to the loss of mining jobs and the shutdown of other industries, Pike County has steadily lost population for the last two and a half decades. Many people, who have had their families living in the region for hundreds of years, are being forced out of their community due to the joys of globalism and the capitalist system.
The purpose of the event is two-fold; first of all, we will be having a dinner, speeches, live music, and training seminars at nearby Jenny Wiley State Park. Given that the venue is a State Park, they cannot shut down the event, giving us a great and beautiful place to hold a time for fellowship.
The training seminars will be on everything from NS philosophy, to how to march for public events, to activism techniques and how to engage both online and IRL to advance our ideals.
Professionalizing our movement means training both brand new guys and veterans on having the knowledge and the abilities to be the best nationalists they can be.
Friday night will be mostly for socializing and meeting new friends and enjoying home cooked meals and listening to music; but Saturday is right into the trenches for training.
Dress code for men is a black work shirt, black pants, and black boots; with an organizational patch on the left arm. Women are requested to dress modestly and in black as well.
The second portion of the event will be a public event that will be held at the courthouse in Pikeville on the afternoon of the 29th. Those concerned with OPSEC are encouraged to wear a black military style cap and aviator style sunglasses. All attendees should be prepared for possible Leftist attacks, we will not be driven from the streets, under any circumstances.
We will be asking every attendee to either bring half a dozen non-perishable food items, to donate to the local food pantry, or money to donate to a local charity that works in White communities in the region.
Pre-registration details will be available in the next few days. We are looking at a cost of about $30 per attendee, and that is to cover the cost of renting the hall, food both Friday night and Saturday morning, and any and all excess will be added to the charitable donation.
Paddy Tarleton will be performing, and we will have speakers from a variety of organizations, so this should be a great time for fellowship and moving towards a more effective movement in America.
Any and all questions, don’t hesitate to ask. Hail Victory and see y’all in Pikeville.




Falun, Sweden: Nordic Resistance May Day March

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Last year’s May Day demonstration in Borlänge was a huge success for the Resistance. This year’s demonstration is in Falun.

Falun, which is the neighboring city of Borlänge, is home to several anti-white elements and a few senior people on the left, who in practice are capitalist lackeys and globalists. Nordic Council of Resistance is the only party that will demonstrate for Swedish workers in Falun on May 1st.

The demonstration will start in the residential area and end at the main square where the town hall is located. There will be speeches held by the Resistance representatives. More information will be posted later.



Britain First Founder Spearheads Far-Right Bulgarian Militia

  • Jim Dowson is reportedly working with the Shipka Bulgarian National Front
  • They patrol country’s borders hunting down asylum seekers from Turkey
  • British nationalist Dowson says border must be defended from invaders
  • He describes the patrols as a “fight between good and evil, and a fight for Christ” 


Armed and masked members of the far right Bulgarian group who have been patrolling the border with Turkey 

Jim Dowson, from Airdrie, Scotland, the founder of the Britain First movement, has been filmed working alongside the armed Shipka Bulgarian National Movement.

In one clip he stands alongside masked and heavily armed men, who are looking for illegal migrants on the border.

He also says they have to carry out the patrols because Europe’s borders are not being protected by governments.

Meanwhile in another clip he tells the Bulgarian patrol: ‘Remember the forces of Islam once got as far as Vienna. Now they are as far as John O’Groats in Scotland and more and more are coming in.’

Speaking to the camera, he went on: “We are on the Bulgarian Turkish border on patrol and looking for illegals. The dedication these guys have got is very impressive.

The borders of Europe are being protected more by these men than our governments.

Today, the Knights Templar International brought along vests and ballistics and drones and night vision, stuff that these guys desperately need.

A big thank you to supporters in America and the Philippines and other countries who have contributed to this.

These are men and women, mainly ex-forces, doing it in their own free time, facing all sorts of risks and dangers.

“These are good people and they’re very very deserving of your support.”

The movement has been accused of stalking migrants trying to cross the border from Turkey and enter the country illegally

Britain First was founded by Dowson, a former British National Party member in 2011 but he quit the movement in 2014.

It hit the headlines after invading mosques in Glasgow, Bradford, Luton and London with Bibles offered to Muslim worshipers.

The party, which received 20,000 votes in European elections, wants ‘assisted repatriation’, a halt to further immigration, and the deportation of all asylum seekers. It also wants all foreign criminals to be deported without recourse to the courts.



Nationalist Protests Sweep Bulgaria: No To Migrants!

In several cities across Bulgaria protests were held against migrants, against the “open door” policy of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and against the Islamization of Bulgaria.

The protests were organized by the Bulgarian National Resistance & took place in Sofia, Varna, Burgas, Yambol.

The protesters urged the government to take urgent measures and to impose effective control of the border, including the construction of a wall along the entire border with Turkey.

The largest protest by far was in the capital city of Sofia, with many hundreds taking part.

One protester in Varna had this to say: “The border areas are a living horror. Where migrants have passed, there are broken homes, farm roads are now like highways for them, & local people are attacked en masse.”

Protesters in Burgas were firmly against the construction of a new refugee center in their city. 

More than 200 people gathered to protest against refugees in Yambol. Protesters carried banners reading: “We do not want migrants” while waving Bulgarian flags and singing patriotic songs. They expressed fears that the city closest to their village Boyanova would have refugee camp built there. Their other main demands were common to protests across the country – no refugees on the territory of Bulgaria, closure of the already constructed refugee centers, & no to granting financial assistance to the migrants.




Harmanli, Bulgaria: Anti-refugee Protesters Demonstrate Near Invader Camp

Several hundred people marched against one of the biggest refugee camps in Bulgaria, near the south-eastern town of Harmanli on Sunday. The Bulgarian National Movement lead a protest against the authorities’ planned expansion of the refugee camp.

No counter protest took place, & there were no reports of violence or arrests.

Bulgarian National Movement website: http://www.vmro.bg/


Dutch Pegida leader and expelled German deputy hunt migrant invaders on Bulgarian border

Tatjana Festerling posted images of herself and Edwin Wagensveld hunting migrants with vigilantes along the Bulgarian border with Turkey

The former frontwoman of Germany’s Pegida anti-Muslim movement and a leader of its Dutch offshoot have travelled to Bulgaria to hunt down migrants attempting to cross the border from Turkey, it has emerged.

Tatjana Festerling called on the “men of Europe” to travel to Bulgaria and join local vigilantes attempting to hunt down migrants.

Ms Festerling, who came to international notoriety earlier this year when she called for asylum-seekers to be shot if they attempted to cross the German border, was expelled from her post as Pegida’s deputy leader two weeks ago.

She boasted on her Facebook page on Friday of spending a day with the “Bulgarian Military Veterans Union”, a paramilitary group of vigilantes who patrol the border searching for illegal immigrants. Ms Festerling said she was accompanied on the trip by a leader of the Dutch offshoot of Pegida, Edwin Wagensveld.

She posted pictures of herself and Mr Wagensveld posing alongside men in military-style uniform, their faces masked with balaclavas, holding up a banner which read “Fortress Europe”.

Ms Festerling was deputy leader of Pegida in Germany until her expulsion two weeks ago

Other pictures showed the masked men, who wore armbands in the colours of the Bulgarian national flag, hunting for migrants in the forested border area.

The paramilitary group Ms Festerling joined on patrol is one of several believed to be operating in the Turkish-Bulgarian border area, independently of Bulgarian security forces.

The group hands over any illegal immigrants it captures to the police.

Ms Festerling boasted on her Facebook post of braving “Scorching heat, rough terrain, jungle-like forest and mosquitoes” which “ensure these patrols are anything but a walk”.

She claimed that 1,000 migrants cross the border illegally each day, and said discoveries of  “fresh rubbish and dumped clothes” were evidence of illegal immigrants in the area.

The photos showed masked vigilantes holding up crushed soft drink cans, empty medicine packets with Arabic labels and Arabic identity cards.

“The most popular brand among the invaders on their robbery and rape campaign is Red Bull,” she claimed.

“So much for the do-gooder speech of supposed ‘asylum-seekers’,” she wrote. “These are ice cold and calculating warriors of Islam, who come from decayed cultures and do not want the least to do with our free, decadent lifestyle, but despise it,” she wrote.

Pegida, or Patriotic Europeans against the Islamisation of the West, first emerged in Ms Festerling’s home city of Dresden in 2014. It has spread across Europe and brought tens of thousands of people onto the streets at its height in early 2015, but has fallen in prominence in Germany after a series of scandals involving its leadership.

Ms Festerling, a former candidate for mayor in Dresden, shot to international fame in February when she called for asylum-seekers to be shot.

“If they keep crossing the border and you cannot arrest them, shoot them,” she said.

Her far-Right opinions have proved too extreme  for Pegida, which expelled her a month ago after she called for the German people to “take up pitchforks” against Angela Merkel’s government.