Over the next six months, there will be key elections in Netherlands, France, Italy, and Germany.
Tag Archives: Signs of Hope
Nationalists and Populists Poised to Dominate European Balloting, Bloomberg Businessweek
50 percent of the French think Marine Le Pen should be “given more power.”
Never NeverTrump, National Review
National Review says its favored Republican candidates were “cuckolded.”
There is a 37-point gap between Republicans and Democrats on the issue.
The AfD bested Merkel’s CDU in her home state.
The Alt-Right, Explained in Its Own Words, Washington Post
Tweet analysis “complicates the easy dismissal of alt-righters as disenfranchised, neckbeard teens.”
German authorities say Generation Identity’s activities may be “against the free democratic order.”
What Is the Alt Right?, YouTube
These videos help explain.
The Decline and Rise of the Alternative Right, H.L. Mencken Club
Paul Gottfried first described the Alternative Right in 2008.
What’s the Alt-Right? A Primer, Washington Post
Washington Post’s “guide to the basics.”
Half of those surveyed in 22 countries agree with that claim.
His lead has widened in the wake of Brexit and Nice.
NYT on the rift between “beneficiaries of multicultural globalism” and “working-class ethno-nationalists.”
Researchers say the trend began before Trump, but he capitalized on it.
Pat Buchanan: “People sense that the fate and future of the West are in the balance.”
Will There Always Be an England?, Buchanan.org
Pat Buchanan sees resurgent tribalism in support for Brexit.
Protestors called 2015 a “turning point.”
The Kids Are All Right–AmRen 2016, Right On
High energy and confidence at AmRen 2016.
Article is a catalog of rising support among European nationalist parties.
Jared Taylor Imagines a White Nationalist Trump Administration, Hail to the Gynocracy!
Lefties kindly transcribe interesting passages from a recent interview.
Austria could get a “right-wing populist” head of state.
61 percent of Germans now say Islam does not belong in Germany.
Crowd shouts “We are the people.”
Trump, Le Pen and the Enduring Appeal of Nationalism, Financial Times
Nationalism is the obvious response to threats posed by globalization.
20 percent of Germans disapprove of miscegenation; 46 percent won’t give their opinion.
The Austrian Freedom Party got 36 percent of the vote in the first round of presidential elections.
GOP Voters Still Support Trump’s Muslim Ban, Rasmussen Reports
67 percent still favor a temporary ban of Muslim immigration.
71 percent of Republican voters and 34 percent of Democratic voters agree.
Groups like the Vlaams Belang are surging in popularity.
Jared Taylor and James Edwards are the gigglers.
AfD leader says in some cases police may need to shoot invading migrants.
Bild headline: “AfD shocks Germany!”
A majority believe “continued immigration into the country jeopardizes the United States.”
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.