Jobbik won 20.5 percent of the vote in Sunday’s elections.
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Far-Right Sets Sights on European Parliament, Washington Post
Gains could be significant in the May elections.
The Front won 1,200 municipal seats and probably have mayors in 8 cities.
Far-Right Makes Makes Electoral Come-Back Across France, Telegraph (London)
More detailed results of the French elections.
Could win mayoral elections in 10 to 15 mid-sized towns.
Fewer Moroccans? Wilders says “We’ll see to that.”
Anti-Islam Party to Contest Next Election, The Australian
Australian Liberty Alliance takes inspiration from Geert Wilders.
The will of a majority of Swiss voters is apparently a “virus.”
The Swiss lead the way for Britain.
Nationalist parties are on the march on the continent.
46 percent of French say she is “the face of patriotic conservatives, with traditional values.”
The Swiss actually had a chance to vote on immigration.
The Swiss people have upset EU bureaucrats and businessmen thirsty for cheap labor.
Record Support for Severe Curbs on Immigration, Telegraph (London)
British elites are twice as likely as the the working or middle classes to favor immigration.
The West Is Losing Faith in Its Own Future, Financial Times
It would be “morally dubious” to raise our wages if it meant less wealth for the Third World.
The ad was full of statistics about immigration.
But just as many counter-demonstrators march for “tolerance.”
The French National Front and Dutch Party for Freedom may place first in the next European elections.
“Moscow has only just woken up, and Russians have only just started to recognize their identity.”
National Front could become the leading party.
Red October in Nine Instagrams, Mail & Guardian
South African press photographs of the march.
Austrian Vote Favors Return of Pro-Europe Government, Wall Street Journal
The “far-right” Freedom Party received 21.4 percent of votes, finishing third.
Conventional parties are in a panic.
She says it’s “a historic election victory for the right-wing parties.”
Even a liberal candidate says he’s against “turning Moscow into a province of Central Asia.”
“This is our country and we determine who comes here.”
Freshman Starts Informal ‘White Student Union’ at Georgia State, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
School hasn’t even started but there is already outrage.
Fifth annual meeting of Identitarian Idea.
Marco Rubio Immigration Bill Imperiled by Tea Party Defiance, Washington Examiner
Has the Tea Party changed Washington for the good?
France’s Triumphant ‘Joan of Arc’ Vows to Bring Back Franc and Destroy Euro, Telegraph (London)
A Gallic earthquake in the making.
The socialists threw their support behind the center-right candidate to help him secure victory.
Public opinion is moving toward class-based preferences.
Dutch Party for Freedom leader says a “European Spring” is here.
Are Americans experiencing “diversity fatigue”?
Republicans doubt the government will enforce immigration law.
Russia’s Population Decline Said to Have ‘Stopped’, Radio Free Europe
Political will finds a way.
Americans have “little confidence . . . the federal government will enforce the law.”
“We don’t feel all that welcome in the new South Africa.”
Poll: 29% Think Armed Rebellion Might Soon Be Necessary, Talking Points Memo
The natives are restless.
Only 28 percent of voters want more immigration.
A Gang of Six Plots a Revolt, National Review
Hints of opposition to amnesty.
Pauline Hanson is running for parliament again.
Clampdown on bogus students takes effect, and more foreigners go home.
The will of the people isn’t even an option on the politicians’ table.