A march and rally was held in memory of the “Cursed Soldiers”, an anti-communist resistance movement in Poland which fought against the red occupation after World War II. Estimation of the Cursed Soldiers’ legacy still causes heated debates both in a Polish society and among historians, and in many ways resembles a lasting debate on the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) in Ukraine.
Until now, the fate of many members of this movement is unknown, and attempts to exhume the bodies often encounter strong bureaucratic resistance. With the change of government in Poland, March 1st has become an official remembrance day of these soldiers. Participants marched through the streets of Warsaw, shouting various nationalist slogans glorifying the exploits of the underground anti-communist resistance and gradually moving to the prison that once held captive the enemies of the communist regime in Poland.
At the prison, the procession stopped and all together sang the anthem of Poland. Then the march organizers delivered their speeches and gave the floor to veterans of Armia Krajowa (Home Army) who went through the dungeons of the communist regime and survived to this day. In their speeches, veterans expressed delight that young people still remember the feats of their predecessors and called for the relentless continuation of the struggle, to finally conclude the cause which they began.
In the end, the march participants put the flowers at the prison walls and paid tribute to the fallen by a minute of silence.
Note: Die Rechte is a minor German nationalist party primarily based out of Baden-Württemberg.
Die Rechte fields mayoral candidate
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
Christian Worch speaks to the citizens of Au am Rhein in town hall meeting
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.
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.
Estonians, Lithuanians, & Ukrainians were present to offer their support.
In the video below, Latvian nationalists visit Legion veterans.
For more information, pictures, & videos, please visit http://www.nacionalaapvieniba.lv/par-mums/tradicijas/16-marts-legionaru-pieminas-diena/
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 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.
One poster read: “Those who flee war, abandoning wives, parents and children along the way, do not deserve respect.”
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.