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It was the first meeting of the nationalist Euro-parliamentary group.
Buchanan: “[W]e may be at the onset of a new nationalism in the United States.”
More European Nations Are Barring the Door to Migrants, Washington Post
German lawmaker: “One country after the other is turning away from the open border policy.”
Young People Vote Far-Right in Europe, Deutsche Welle
German national radio calls this a threat to democracy.
Corsican nationalists don’t like Muslim immigrants.
A majority of Republicans “strongly support” the idea.
The party had high support even before the Paris attacks.
Party is leading in six of 13 regions in “historic” election.
Party may gain control of several regions.
Sweden Anti-Immigration Party Surges in Poll Amid Refugee Crisis, Bloomberg Business
20 percent of voters now support the Sweden Democrats.
Short documentary shows hopeful signs framed with the usual hysteria.
Marion Le Pen is polling 10 points above her nearest competitor.
She’s France’s youngest MP.
“Poland for the Polish.”
The National Policy Institute’s 2015 Conference, Counter-Currents
An attendee’s report.
Anti-immigration party wins an absolute majority in parliamentary elections.
Small-Town Sweden Chafes at Migrant Influx, Wall Street Journal
But prime minister says “My Europe doesn’t build walls.”
The Rising Migrant Tide, Weekly Standard
And some promising political blowback.
Best results for a Swiss party in more than a century.
They now defend both the nation and the working man.
70 percent of Brits and Russians want fewer immigrants.
A determined opposition can force changes in policy.
Scandinavians are getting tired of unemployed, criminal foreigners.
Shock Poll: 59 Percent Back Trump on Deportation of Illegals, Investor's Business Daily
Though only 48 percent favor building a wall on the US-Mexico border.
Britons realize the survival of their nation is at stake.
The party has doubled its support over the past year.
Voters Want to Build A Wall, Deport Felon Illegal Immigrants, Rasmussen Reports
A majority also oppose birthright citizenship.
Germans fight displacement.
His party is in the governing coalition.
Northern League is now Italy’s third-most popular party.
Sweden Democrats Now Second Biggest Party, Swedish Surveyor
Just one percent away from the lead.
Protesters chant “Slovakia is not Africa!”
Danish People’s Party is second-largest in Denmark.
It includes Jobbik and Geert Wilders’ party.
Young Austrians speak out against the “Great Replacement.”
Pollster: For Front National, first round of elections will be “historic by any definition.”
Parties use moderate messages to increase their appeal.
Lega Nord is making a comeback with a new leader.
His party is polling at 25 percent heading into March elections.
His party is surging in polls.
In defiance of Angela Merkel, 25,000 Germans protest Islamization.
Le Pen’s Moment, New Yorker
Even the New Yorker recognizes things are going Le Pen’s way.
Anti-Immigration Rallies in Germany Defy Calls to Desist, New York Times
Angela Merkel’s criticism brushed aside.
And 29 percent think the marches are justified.
. . . who are opposed to replacement by aliens.
Media outlets are doing their best to demonize the growing movement.
Sweden Democrats may get nearly 20 percent of the vote in March elections.