Keeping Up With Die Rechte: March Activism

Note: Die Rechte is a minor German nationalist party primarily based out of Baden-Württemberg.

Die Rechte fields mayoral candidate

Give to the Established RIGHTS

As of March 2nd, Die Rechte is officially running a candidate for the office of mayor in the town of Au am Rhein, located in the southwest state of Baden-Württemberg.

Die Rechte wants to take the opportunity to assume political responsibility at the local & regional level. The municipality of Au am Rhein, through the candidacy of Christian Worch, has the opportunity to bring in an experienced, one hundred percent representative of the people to their community.

Leaflet distribution in Au am Rhein


On Wednesday, March 15, 2017, the candidates for the office of mayor were invited to speak at a town hall in Au am Rhein. All five candidates took the opportunity to introduce themselves, including the candidate of Die Rechte, Christian Worch.

Accompanied by 25 activists, he addressed the crowd of about 800 people. Video of the speech is below.

Die Rechte information booths set up in Gaggenau and Rastatt

On March 11, 2017, activists from Baden-Württemberg met in the town of Gaggenau early in the morning to put up an information booth in the local pedestrian zone.

Coincidentally, there was a booth not far away representing Alternative fur Deutschland.

Despite some leftists in the area, everything remained peaceful & at 12:30 the booth was packed up and moved to the nearby city of Rastatt.

After running across some muslims who were selling vegetables in the town square, (who were just leaving) the activists set up the booth & talked to the citizens of Rastatt peacefully & uninterrupted until packing it up at 4:00.

March with the NPD in Dessau



On March 11th, representatives of Die Rechte traveled to the Saxon town of Dessau in order to take part in a march to honor the German dead of WWII, soldier & civilian, which was hosted by the NPD.

About 160 people took part in the march, with about 100 anti-Germans protesting the event.

Speakers from Die Rechte & the NPD addressed the crowd.

There were no arrests or incidents of violence, and plans were made for future cooperation between the two groups.

Zweibrücken: Die Rechte holds torchlight march to honor war dead


On March 14, 2017, a memorial march took place in Zweibrücken to commemorate the those killed during the bombing of the city in 1945.

The mourners started the event with a greeting and a speech, which was sporadically framed by a miserable heap of antifa, after which the 40 or so participants began to march. After a short time, night fell and torches were ignited. The column continued its march without disturbance until it was back at the starting point. The memorial march ended after a short final speech.

There were no arrests or violence.











Riga, Latvia: Memorial March For Latvian SS Legion

March 16 - Legionnaires' Memorial Day

March 16th, 2017.

Over 2,000 people in Riga, Latvia held a march to honor the veterans of the Latvian Legion, a volunteer division of the Waffen SS. An equal number of people came out to observe the march; only about a dozen people were on hand to protest the event. There were no incidents of violence or arrests.

16 March

Estonians, Lithuanians, & Ukrainians were present to offer their support.

In the video below, Latvian nationalists visit Legion veterans.

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Würzburg, Germany: Der Dritte Weg Holds Memorial For The Victims Of Dresden

Feb. 18, 2017.

In the city of Würzburg, about 200 members & supporters of “Der Dritte Weg” (The Third Way) held a memorial march for the bombing victims of Dresden in the Second World War.

In addition to the march, the were several speeches given at the event, including one by the Nordic Resistance leader Simon Lindberg.

The event continued into the night, with more speeches being held & even a bit of performance art.


Despite a small anti-German protest, the event concluded without violence or arrests.






Italian Update, February 2017


Italian Schoolgirl Jiu-Jitsu Champ Fights Off Three Migrant Muggers

A schoolgirl in Italy’s Lombardy region fought off an attack by three North African immigrants using her jiu-jitsu skills, Il Giorno reported.

Three men of North African appearance who tried to rob a 16-year-old Italian schoolgirl ended up running away in fright and learning a humiliating lesson: never pick on a black belt in jiu-jitsu, even if she’s just a schoolgirl.

The incident happened on Friday in the town of Trescore Balneario, in the Lombardy region of northern Italy.

The girl was walking home from school at around 2pm when she was accosted by a group of North Africans who appeared to be about 20 years old.

They surrounded the girl and one of them tried to steal her mobile phone by putting his hand in her jacket pocket.


However, he didn’t count on the schoolgirl’s reaction, as she grabbed his arm and used her jiu-jitsu to immobilize him.In shock, the man’s two accomplices quickly fled the scene. After the girl released her grip, the would-be robber ran after them, “without saying a word,” Il Giorno reported.

The girl reported the incident to a family member when she arrived home, who took her to a police station.

Local police, who are investigating a wave of similar incidents, are currently trying to identify the three suspects, who are thought to be immigrants from North Africa.

Naples, Italy: CasaPound holds memorial for Ukrainian nationalist Dmytro Yakovets

Yesterday, February 5, at the Ukrainian consulate in Naples, Casapound Italia commemorated Dmytro Yakovets, a young Ukrainian and, one could say, pan-European nationalist, activist of a scout “Plast” oganization, who fell victim of a tragic train accident in his hometown L’viv at the age of 22 while putting up a banner in solidarity with repressed activists of Casapound Italia in Naples.

“Being a warrior means living forever.
Dmytro is always with us!”

CasaPound poster campaign sweeps entire nation

THOUSANDS of anti-migration posters have been plastered across Italy, sparking international acclaim.

anti-migrant poster

More than 10 different different propaganda posters branding immigrants as cowards who “do not deserve respect” were put up in hundreds of towns – including Milan, Rome and Venice by the openly fascist group CasaPound.

One poster read: “Those who flee war, abandoning wives, parents and children along the way, do not deserve respect.”

anit-migrant poster casapound

A CasaPound spokesperson said: “Our message may come as a shock to some people.

“But if you are not a hypocrite and are willing to face the truth, then you will know that those who abandon their homelands and their families to save their own lives do not deserve the same respect as those who choose to fight for their country.”

With more than 6,000 members nationwide, the Italian fascist group is growing rapidly.

Its members have formed a close alliance with Italy’s anti-immigrant, anti-EU Northern League, a party led by Matteo Salvini, a staunch supporter of Donald Trump.




Spanish People Assemble to Prevent Removal of Falange Memorial

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The Socialist mayor of Callosa de Segura, in Valencia, Spain planned to remove this giant crucifix, supposedly in compliance with a “Historical Memory” law that demands associated with the regime of General Franco, the patriotic hero who preserved Spain from the twin scourges of Communism and immigration. Villagers assemble and chant “The cross will not be touched!”. Eventually the workmen there to dismantle it back off and leave.
The Crucifix is known as the Cross of the Fallen, dedicated to the memory of those who died on the patriotic side in the Spanish Civil War. It bears the inscription ‘José Antonio Primo de Rivera presente’. Primo de Rivera was the founder of the Falange [Phalanx], the Spanish fascist movement that took a leading role in violently resisting the Communist takeover of Spain. He himself designed much of the Falange iconography, including adopting the Yoke and Arrows symbol of the Catholic Monarchs, Ferdinand and Isabella, who expelled the Muslims and Jews from Spain.
Under his leadership, the Falangists attacked Jewish-owned department stores. José Antonio Primo de Rivera was executed by the Communist side at the outset of the civil war (in Alicante, very close to where the village involved in this incident is).
The word “Presente” (Present) was a standard part of fascist ritual. The idea was of a kind of roll-call in which people would turn up to do their duty and announce “Present”. And it was also a way of commemorating the dead; their name would be read and someone else, sometimes a whole crowd, would shout “Present!”.
The Historical Memory Law was passed in 2007 by a Socialist government in Spain. Even though there has been a nominally conservative government in Spain since 2011, it has not reversed the law, although it has cut off some funding for operations related to it.
The law requires the removal of objects that glorify the memory of Franco or the patriotic side in the civil war but provides exceptions for “artistic, architectural or religious-artistic” reasons. In this case, the Socialist mayor has chosen to disregard these provisions.

Madrid, Spain: Patriots Gather To Honour Generalissimo Francisco Franco On The 41st Anniversary Of His Death


Sunday marked the 41st anniversary of the death of General Francisco Franco and far right supporters nostalgic for his leadership took to the streets.

Several hundred people gathered for a demonstration in Madrid’s Plaza Oriente on Sunday morning where they raised their right arms in the fascist salute and sang the anthem Cara del Sol.

Fascists salute Franco on 41st anniversary of his death

The demo was organised by nationalist groups including Fuerza Nueva, The Spanish Catholic Movement and the Falange.

Demonstrators brandishing placards with slogans such as “Make Spain Great Again” –  a reference to Donald Trump’s campaign slogan – and the old Spanish flag of the dictatorship with its crest and imposing eagle.

During the demonstration a group of men set upon a protester who shouted “Franco, murderer!”

Lagarder Danciu, who describes himself as a gay, homeless, Romanian (gypsy) was beaten to the ground where he was kicked repeatedly and hit around the head until police intervened.

The incident was caught on camera and later posted as a video on his twitter account. Fortunately, no arrests were made following this incident.

Masses organized by the Francisco Franco Foundation were held in at least a dozen churches across Spain to honour the man who ruled Spain for 36 years after the Spanish Civil War of 1936-39.

The weekend also saw a march organized by the Falange that began Saturday night in Calle Genova and ended at the Valley of the Fallen (Valle de los Caídos), the basilica carved out of the living rock on a hillside 50km west of Madrid.

The memorial is topped by a 500ft high granite cross is home to the tomb of Franco and that of Jose Antonio Prima de Rivera, the founder of the Falange.







Wunsiedel, Germany: Der Dritte Weg Holds Memorial For Fallen German Soldiers

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Heroes’ Commemoration Day – 2016

Silence reigns all day, fog, freezing autumn weather. But instead of wasting time in the cozy warmth of one’s house, Germans commemorated their heroes and ancestors.

On the 12th of November, German idealists gathered at the resting places and tombstones of men and women who laid down their lives in those fateful hours for Germany. There were the hordes of Hermann, Widukind and his companions, the insurgents of Peasants’ War, the Werewolves, and the fighters of the liberation wars.





A German-speaking representative of Azov Civil Corps spoke at the event, & said as follows:

“In the time of decadence, there is no room for the victims of our own people anymore, so it is up to us, the young generation, to secure that their sacrifice and their commitment to our people and homeland will never be forgotten. In the deepest mourning, we think about each sacrifice. They died, so that we could have the future. This evening, no tears are shed, no sorrow is lamented. The commitment is pledged by the blazing flames of the torches alone. The commitment to one’s own identity, to being German and to living in accord with it, which was bequeathed to us by innumerable generations and taught since the cradle: that German essence.”


After the speech, the torches were lowered and there was a moment of silence held. Prevailing silence and energy were palpable.

The fallen entered their ranks, and the young Germans could feel it. A fateful community of generations stood together, shoulder to shoulder.

Commemorations were held in Central Germany, Middle Franconia, Nürnberg’s Eibach, at Memorial for the fallen of World War I and II in the city of Gräfenberger and, symbolically, in Wunsiedel.




Watch the video of a torchlight procession in Wunsiedel organized by Der III. Weg here: