EU Elections 2014: ‘I Can Hear the Boots of the 1930s Marching Through Europe’

Jake Wallis Simons, Telegraph (London), May 14, 2014

Christer Havung is not happy.

“The situation in Sweden is very worrying,” says the 51-year-old as he arranges croissants on the counter at the Bread and Friendship café in Malmö. “You can almost hear the boots from the Thirties marching in the streets.”

Through the window of his café, the slogans “fight for Malmö” and “fight for Showan” can be seen scrawled on walls and lampposts. In April, Showan Shattak, a 25-year-old man of Iranian origin, was stabbed by four neo-Nazis two miles away. This sparked the biggest anti-fascist demonstrations the city has ever seen, with more than 10,000 people taking to the streets. The city is a tinderbox; and today the far-Right is coming to town.

Traditionally, Sweden is one of the most tolerant countries in Europe, with a long-standing open door policy towards refugees. But tensions have been building. Racist violence is becoming more frequent; concerns are growing over the non-integration and segregation of immigrants; and a far-Right party, Sweden Democrats, has become the third largest in the country, gaining 20 parliamentary seats.

As the European election approaches, a similar story is playing out in much of the northern and eastern parts of the continent. According to the latest polls, radical Right parties from 12 out of the 28 European Union countries are expected to win representation. This will amount to up to 44 far-Right MEPs–an increase of almost 20 per cent since the last elections in 2009.

Each country has a unique political and social context, but many common threads unite supporters of the far-Right: a populist distrust of mainstream politicians and institutions; Euroscepticism; and frustration at large-scale immigration. According to experts, it is these factors, rather than mass unemployment or economic woes, that principally animate its voters.

“People in the provinces feel that the Stockholm elite are out of touch, and that the Sweden Democrat leader, with his farmer’s boy accent, is ‘one of the guys’,” says Mr Havung, dusting flour off his apron. “The Sweden Democrats are the only ones talking about the bad results of immigration. I don’t trust them, but many voters are responding to it.”

Half an hour later, around the corner from the Bread and Friendship café, 35-year-old Jimmie Åkesson, the leader of the Sweden Democrats, steps out of a black SUV to the jeers and chants of demonstrators. With his sharp suit, pastel-coloured tie and wire-rimmed spectacles, he looks more like an accountant than an alleged fascist. But his tour of the local hospital was almost cancelled after 250 doctors and nurses signed a letter of protest.

“Malmö is a good example of an irresponsible immigration policy,” he tells The Telegraph, as young people shout obscenities at him from behind police lines. “It is an extremely segregated city. With the economy under pressure, we should raise our voice against the state’s irresponsible immigration policy. Everyone who thinks immigration is a good thing should take a good look at this city.”

Mr Åkesson’s party believes in severely restricting immigration and multicultural initiatives, and Malmö makes an obvious campaign target. It has one of the largest immigrant communities in the country, with 40 per cent of the population from a non-Swedish background. The city is divided, with these communities concentrated in particular suburbs; in the restive and crime-ridden Rosengård, for example, the proportion of immigrants is almost 90 per cent.

“It is disappointing to see these Left-wing extremists protesting,” Mr Åkesson continues, raising his voice above the chanting. “I’m trying to maintain a calm tone in the debate about immigration, and it’s necessary for other parties to do the same.”

So he doesn’t know anything about the death threats that were sent to the medical staff who objected to his visit? “No,” he says. “I know nothing about that.”

Mr Åkesson’s carefully crafted image of professionalism is not always borne out by members of his party. In 2012, three of his MPs–including Kent Ekeroth, the Sweden Democrats’ secretary for international affairs and one of Mr Åkesson’s key lieutenants – caused a scandal when a video emerged of them telling the Swedish-Kurdish comedian Soran Ismail that Sweden was “my country, not your country”, being openly threatening, and arming themselves with scaffolding bars.

Some of Europe’s more traditionally radical Right-wing parties march openly to the rhythm of the “boots from the Thirties”. Golden Dawn–the Greek outfit that refers to Hitler as “a great personality”–is expected to win two seats; Jobbik, the notorious Hungarian ultranationalist party, is likely to win four. But given that there are 750 MEPs in total, on a European level their gains will be largely symbolic, if deeply disturbing.

But the real threat comes from a subtler force: a burgeoning European phenomenon known as the “new far Right”, of which the Sweden Democrats is a part. These parties, the most prominent of which is the Front National of Marine le Pen, have gone to great pains to sanitise both their message and the manner in which it is delivered.

The jackboots, skinheads and slogans have been consigned to the past. Instead, in their sharp suits and ties, their politicians look almost respectable. Claiming to have left racism and anti-Semitism behind, these parties now concentrate on immigration and “the Islamisation of Europe”, disillusionment with the European Union, and undermining the political elite. With mainstream politicians blindsided, this new political phenomenon is striking a chord.

The Sweden Democrats provide an especially vivid example of the evolution of the new far-Right. The party started in 1988 as a white supremacist outfit, with members wearing Nazi uniforms to meetings. Two prominent early activists were Anders Klarström from the Nordic Reich Party, and Gustaf Ekström, who had been a member of the Waffen SS.

But in 1995, under the leadership of Mikael Jansson (formerly a member of the liberal Centre Party), the Sweden Democrats underwent a deliberate process of moderation. A “uniform ban” was introduced, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was announced as the bedrock of its policies. When Jimmie Åkesson, a young career politician, became leader in 2005, he intensified the programme of modernisation. In 2006, he changed the party’s logo from a National Front-style torch to a baby-blue daisy.

Sweden Democrat policies have also been sanitised. Alongside a concern for “preserving traditional culture”, the party now campaigns on a platform of law and order and rights for the elderly. A preoccupation with Nordic ethnicity has been replaced by the concept of “open Swedishness”, which implies that immigrants are welcome so long as they renounce their other identities and take on “Swedish ways”.

This is the far-Right 2.0. And it is poised to have a deep effect on Europe. After the May 22 elections, it will almost certainly change the political landscape of the EU. The French Front National, which is expected to win 18 seats–a sixfold increase on its last European performance–is planning to form an axis with Geert Wilders’ Dutch Freedom Party (PVV) and create a new far-Right, Eurosceptic political bloc.

This could receive more than £2 million a year in public funding, be allocated speaking time in the European Parliament, and be allowed to play a more significant role in influencing legislation.

Geert Wilders has said that Ukip will be tempted to join, forming a grand alliance of Eurosceptics in the European Parliament (which has long been Mr Wilders’ dream). But given Nigel Farage’s insistence that the Front National has “anti-Semitism and general prejudice in its DNA”, and his promise never to join forces, this seems highly unlikely.

Currently there are seven parliamentary blocs in the European Parliament, spanning the political spectrum; Ukip are part of Europe of Freedom and Democracy, a right-wing Eurosceptic group that is further to the Right than the Tories’ group (the European Conservatives and Reformists) but would not be classed as far-Right. The advent of an eighth on the far-Right is likely to shake up the existing status quo.

In order to achieve this goal, Ms le Pen and Mr Wilders would need to muster at least 25 MEPs from seven different countries. The first criterion is not a problem; the Front National and the PVV alone are expected to achieve 23. But in order to satisfy the second criterion, they need to persuade at least five other parties to rally under their banner.

The Austrian Freedom Party, Belgium’s Vlaams Beland, Italy’s Lega Nord and the Slovak National Party have all been mooted as possible members. There have also been talks between the Front National and the Sweden Democrats. Mr Åkesson has played down the significance of these discussions, as the Front National is deeply unpopular in Sweden. But come 22 May, he may yet decide to play kingmaker.

For now, he is keeping his powder dry. “We are looking into what’s going on in Europe right now,” he says. “We haven’t decided who we will join yet. We are friends with the Front National, but we also feel a very close connection with the (anti-immigration) Danish People’s Party, which is not close to the Front National. It is quite complex.”

The new far-Right is characterised by parties that do not want to sully their brand by associating with those further to the right than themselves (a lesson which, separately, seems to have taken on board by Ukip, with its consistent refusal to join the Front National). This makes the formation of a political bloc more challenging–but far from impossible.

According to Vidhya Ramalingam, an expert in Right-wing extremism at the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, far-Right alliances in the past have tended to fragment quickly because each party was following its own narrow, nationalistic agenda – and so tended to clash. But the new far-Right parties, she says, are more professional, organised and slick.

But to what extent have they truly reformed their views? This is the central question; and once again, as with the Sweden Democrats, so with many other parties around northern Europe.

The Sweden Democrats certainly show zero tolerance towards members who make racist comments in public. Anders Dahlberg, for instance, a local Sweden Democrat politician, was smartly ejected when he suggested that “ethnic Swedes should be armed” to counter the “immigrant threat”.

However, according to Daniel Assai, 46, a former high-ranking member of the party who has since turned whistleblower, these reforms are largely PR-driven and meretricious. “There are two groups in the party,” he says. “One is ideologically racist, from the old days. The second group is more interested in power, money and publicity. But the majority, I’m sorry to tell you, are still racist.”

The party, he says, has different ways of talking in public and backstage.

“The Nazi members are allowed to express themselves openly behind closed doors,” he says. “It’s only when they talk in the media or in cyberspace that they get rid of them. But inside it’s a different story.”

A new far-Left, anti-austerity communist bloc is also expected to emerge after May 22. Europeans are now tending to experiment with their vote, creating a surge in support for many non-mainstream parties.

But some believe that there is something especially disturbing about the rise of the new far-Right.

“Given European history, the far-Right is particularly toxic,” says Marley Morris, senior researcher at Counterpoint. “It could impact legislation protecting minority groups in Europe. This could be a turning point, potentially undermining openness and tolerance in the EU.”

A new Eurosceptic, far-Right group, he says, is likely to try to sabotage the European Parliament by giving long, disruptive speeches in plenary debates. “They are likely to make as much fuss as possible to snarl up the system,” he says. “This will leech resources away from important matters, like the EU-US trade deal negotiations, and threaten to make the European Parliament even more unwieldy.”

The threat of disruption is even more far-reaching than this. The surge in populist and Eurosceptic support will potentially put pressure on the mainstream pro-European blocs–the European People’s Party group and the Socialists and Democrats–to respond to the change in the political weather. But they will find themselves surrounded by cul-de-sacs.

The centre-Right may be tempted to advocate the tightening of policies such as the free movement of people or the limiting of benefits to migrants (the sorts of initiatives that have already been proposed by the British and Dutch governments), in order to acknowledge far-Right concerns; but this could be interpreted as pandering to extremists. On the other hand, to do nothing would run the risk of weakening the mainstream further. And if this state of affairs provokes friction between the blocs, this lack of unity could be exploited.

Moreover, to complete the Gordian knot, if the centre blocs form a solid grand coalition to fend off pressure from the fringes, this may strengthen the populist portrayal of mainstream politicians as an out-of-touch, vanilla elite, leading to further far-Right gains in 2019.

“There is a real danger that you’ll have a European Parliament and institutions that are so worried about their own legitimacy they will end up not being able to function properly,” says Mr Morris. “It could lead to a state of paralysis.”

From the British point of view, this dark cloud could turn out to have a thin silver lining. An increase of Eurosceptic and far-Right heat in Europe could make the mainstream more receptive to David Cameron’s demands for conservative reforms, and make the EU a more British-friendly institution. It could also, paradoxically, make it less likely that Britain will leave Europe.

Back in In Malmö, Jimmie Åkesson’s day of campaigning continues to be dogged by demonstrations.

When he visits one of the city’s police stations, a Latin American immigrant with a petition says that Mr Åkesson is “normalizing Nazi racist politics he stands for”. At a fire station, a sizeable contingent of firemen have purposely stationed themselves elsewhere in the city, and taken their fire engines with them. Yet amongst the crowd gathered there are Sweden Democrat supporters, muttering about the “extremist Left”.

Finally, Mr Åkesson’s fractious day draws to a close. He gets back into his black SUV and speeds away, followed closely by a car-load of bodyguards.

As the convoy disappears into the distance, it whips past graffiti after graffiti, all of which say the same thing: “Fight on, Showan. Fight on, Malmö.”

[Editor’s Note: There is an informative interactive map of rightist parties by country here.]

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  • MekongDelta69

    “The situation in Sweden is very worrying…”

    And the reason is…?!?!
    [Rhetorical question – the answer is obvious.]

    • NeanderthalDNA

      The “New far right”? Sounds like the “new far right” is not so far right. “Near right” sounds more accurate…

      Unless you’re a liblefty shill replaying the same-o lame-o script-o, like the author.

      • MekongDelta69

        “Unless you’re a liblefty shill replaying the same-o lame-o script-o, like the author.”

        After my 3,000 or so posts on here since the beginning of AmRen, I guess you haven’t been paying that much attention.

        “The answer is obvious.”
        [Hint]: Showan Shattak

  • Christer Havung is not happy. “The situation in Sweden is very worrying,” says the 51-year-old as he arranges croissants on the counter at the Bread and Friendship café in Malmö. “You can almost hear the boots from the Thirties marching in the streets.”

    Malmo is turning into more and more of an African colony by the year, and this goofball is worried about what happened 80 years ago, notably something that did not happen in Sweden.

    Typical.

    • Aussie_Thinker

      They make a big deal of the protestors, but they are in a city that they claim is 40% immigrant… So of course said immigrants will be protesting at those who want rid of them.

  • DaveMed

    “…the boots from the Thirties”?

    Do these people not understand that if they do not act now they will hear the slapping of the sandals of the millions of Muslims who will occupy their lands with nary a shot fired?

    The myopia of the West is terrifying.

    • Geo1metric

      Or the rolling down the chute of the chopped off heads of the infidels.

    • Eddie Lutz

      And the fapping of men on camels.

    • Michael Mason

      Of course they understand that.
      And people who visit Amren need to understand something that may not be written in every article; and that is the fact that our current racial predicament is not a coincidence. It is a calculated effort on the part of the people in the governments and the media. That is why you will not find dissension in any of the major newspapers or television networks. That is why someone can write an article like this that is dripping with hatred against white resistance to multiculturalism and they’ll probably get a promotion.

      • DaveMed

        Exactly. And, if I understand correctly, the Telegraph is supposed to be one of the more “conservative” outlets.

        • Michael Mason

          ‘Conservatives’ are not to be trusted at all. In fact, white neo-conservatives who support multiculturalism scare me even more than liberals. Liberals are at least predictable. You can always expect them to hate you for your views. With conservatives they will stab you in the back when you’re trying to help them solve a problem like immigration. They’ll throw us to the wolves to show everyone that they’re not ‘racist.’

          • sulbernick

            Correct. This is has happened in Britain and the Conservative Party is being left behind by UKIP. There is a quiet revolution going on in Britain, mark my words.

          • sulbernick

            At the moment there’s an interesting discussion going on at the Daily Telegraph website regarding a UKIP candidate saying that establishment politicians should hang for their treason. Over 3000 comments so far.

          • Ace

            Thank God for that but it’s a shame that UKIP is so wet on alliance with the FN. Too dainty by half. Still, sticking a stick in the EU spokes is righteous enough all by itself and crash the EU and you eliminate a lot of immigration madness.

          • sulbernick

            You have a point. But Ukip is a step in the right direction. It has to make all the “we’re not a racist organisation” kind of noises, and maybe a lot of UKIP supporters actually believe that, but the disaffected right is gravitating towards the UKIP as a means of expressing their discontent with the status quo and the three traitor parties. The same kind of thing is happening throughout Europe. UKIP may not be “racist” but it is certainly anti-immigration. Things are hotting up in Europe .

        • sulbernick

          Take a look at the comments section of the on-line version of the Telegraph some time. They articulate the real feelings of the British people and believe me, they do not mirror the Telegraph. There were over 1000 comments on the article in question – I’d say at least 95% were in favour of the growth of the right anti-EU anti-immigrant feeling in Europe.

  • Geo1metric

    Why do these progressives in Sweden (and Europe in general) find it hard to understand why normal Swedes (and Europeans) want to maintain THEIR cultures???

    • E_Pluribus_Pluribus

      It’s a puzzle. But if, to the list of white people liberals love to hate below, one adds “xenophobes” the you might be getting close to the answer:

      “In past ages, there have been different ways to gorge on blinkered, hateful, joyous, denunciation: Religious fanatics burned heretics, commissars executed kulaks, Muslims beheaded apostates (and still do). Today, liberals hate “racists” — and “homophobes” and “sexists” and “fascists” — with the same Old Testament hatred. They are so drunk on self-righteous denunciation they are impervious to reality. Religion has not declined in the West; it has only taken new forms. Communism was religion for Communists, and liberalism is religion for liberals.”

      Jared Taylor, The Psychology of White Dispossession: Review of Pathological Altruism by Barbara Oakley et al (a collection of 48 essays), The Occidental Quarterly, Summer 2013 (Vol. 13, No. 2), p11.

      • TruthBeTold

        I’m beginning to seriously wonder if ‘progressive’ liberals might be infected by a parasite:

        GOOGLE: Ophiocordyceps unilateralis

        Find out how it makes ants suicidal.

        • Grantland

          Look for the jewel wasp and American cockroach in YT.

          youtube com/watch?v=qN2XMyxAs5o

      • Geo1metric

        ” ” Communism was religion for Communists, and liberalism is religion for liberals.” ”

        In the good ‘ole US of A these days, those two are not too far apart; the distance may not be even measurable by modern methods.

      • LHathaway

        “They are so drunk on self-righteous denunciation they are impervious to reality”.

        They’ve denounced the salt of the earth. We are rapidly becoming them.

  • I too hear the boots, what their like our leaders don’t understand, is they are cutting their own necks, as well destroying liberty and freedom by their policies.

  • Steven Barr

    I’m voting for the English Democrats. I would have gone for UKIP but they keep trying to be “moderate” which means shunning many continental parties which could be their allies.

    • silviosilver

      Why throw your vote away like that? The situation isn’t going to be turned around in one election cycle. A UKIP win will be the biggest shake up in decades.

    • Bob Dole

      UKIP is a step in the right direction. They won’t solve anything overnight, but breaking taboos and shaking up the system is a start.

  • So CAL Snowman

    The ghost of Charles Martel rises from the grave to lead a new generation of White warriors against the forces of evil that would destroy us all. Godspeed Europe and may the light of the divine shine brightly upon you, the fate of humanity rests in your hands.

    • Ahnenerbe ᛟ

      Charles didn’t do enough, he could have lead his Frankish soldiers into Spain but let them be occupied for 500 years by Moorish filth

      • captainc

        That Moorish filth opened European eyes that they were on decline due to Catholic Church anti-science dogma.

        • Ace

          Nonsense, I’m afraid.

    • sshadow

      “the fate of humanity rests in your hands.”
      Very true. Maybe the excitement of serious wins can reverse the inertia so prevalent in the USA. Currently there are no comparable movements in the US. We need an inspirational example from the sacred lands of our forefathers.

      • sulbernick

        Why are there no such movements in the USA?

  • ncpride

    It’s infuriating the way they describe the people who are trying to save themselves and their homelands from people who were never invited with their consent. These immigrants have no historical claim to their lands, thus have no business there. History should tell these various governments the harder they try to crush dissent, the harder people will push back until it explodes.

    • jane johnson

      Namecalling and demonization are all they have left. Their policies have failed, and the natives are getting restless indeed.

      • sulbernick

        You’ve got it. The establishment has lost the argument; name calling and demonisation is indeed all they’ve got left. The establishment is running out of steam – its greatest weapon, the accusation of “RACISM!!!” has lost its power.

    • Einsatzgrenadier

      I wouldn’t even call these greedy third world beggars in western countries “immigrants.” They’re more like brutal, vicious colonizing foreigners on an endless rampage through western countries. We’ve basically surrendered valuable territory to evil non-white invaders without a single shot being fired.

      • Bossman

        A lot of these non-whites immigrants are former colonials going back to the “mother country.”

        • JohnEngelman

          They would have been better off if the colonial empires still existed. The biological function of empires is to civilize barbarians.

          • Ahnenerbe ᛟ

            In hindsight the colonial powers should have exterminated the savages, so they could only be read about in history books and their fossils viewed in Natural History museums. Just words and bones

          • jeffaral

            How can you civilize an African barbarian? It’s like trying to teach a Jew not to be greedy. In both cases would be a waste of time.

          • benvad

            Couldn’t they have established ” negro kings” to placate the colonial population? To pretend to give them autonomy. Even when we separate from them, they keep following us home.

            The Philippines is a perfect example with the United States. These polite yet idiotically minded people could “F*ck up a cup of coffee”, when it comes to governing.

        • Bob Dole

          Yea, once the Whites left, the colonies immediately sank into 3rd world cesspools. Now the browns want to escape the hell they created.

  • JohnEngelman

    Christer Havung is not happy.

    “The situation in Sweden is very worrying,” says the 51-year-old as he arranges croissants on the counter at the Bread and Friendship café in Malmö. “You can almost hear the boots from the Thirties marching in the streets.”

    – Jake Wallis Simons, Telegraph (London), May 14, 2014

    What Europeans are hearing are the boots of third world immigrant criminals, terrorists, and rioters marching in the streets.

    • newscomments70

      You should post this in the orginal article. the comments are open and you can use Disqus.

      • JohnEngelman

        Thanks for the idea. I just did.

  • JSS

    “The situation in Sweden is very worrying,” says the 51-year-old as he arranges croissants on the counter at the Bread and Friendship café in Malmö. “You can almost hear the boots from the Thirties marching in the streets.”

    Is Sweden about to invade Poland?

    • Sick of it

      No, but Somalia is invading Sweden.

      • JSS

        And there is the mass rape and murder of the indigenous population along with urban destruction to prove it.

        • LHathaway

          Would it matter if they were ‘behaving perfectly’? You want to be replaced by those who are nice?

  • DaveMed

    BTW, the comment section on the Telegraph article is in Disqus format.

    Useful.

    • Kenner

      I kept getting pop ups saying I had to subscribe to continue reading. Annoying, I gave up on the Telegraph.

      • Charles Lufkin

        The Telegraph is a nest of biased,PC,TRAITORS.

  • Bossman

    It looks like the European Union is a failure. So what else can Europeans do? They no longer can fight each other for world trade and for colonies in Africa, Asia and the Americas. Will they be just sitting on the sidelines watching North America and China?

    • silviosilver

      The EU is in many ways better off than America, actually. If nothing else, the extent of demographic swamping by 3rd worlders is vastly less than America’s and the response to it is vastly more effective. If you weren’t so anti-white you’d understand this, but you are so you don’t.

    • Larry Klein

      Yeah sit on the sidelines and watch North America offshore all her jobs to Asia and descend into a third world cess pool.

    • LHathaway

      That’s what they’ve done for 60 years. . .

      • Bossman

        Well at least, they were busy trying to form a European Union.

  • RisingReich

    Yup. People that would band together to preserve traditional culture are ‘far-right’, ‘extreme’, and ‘radical’.

    And I’m a nazi for protesting my own extermination.

    • LHathaway

      I agree with your protestations 100% but maybe your ‘risingreich’ sticker also draws people to that disparaging conclusion?

    • SoulInvictus

      Yes, yes you are.
      Evil little Nazi you.

      Now stop thinking and join the cult like good cattle.;)

    • Sick of it

      Lower IQ individuals tend to be led more by their emotions. History is filled with horrors created by such people, simply because they do not listen to reason.

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    Europe needs a January 1933 or she is lost forever to the African and Muslim hordes.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      That’s inevitable, what is not however is a repeat of the disaster called WW-II where whites were manipulated into murdering each other to the tune of tens of millions. Let’s hope the European nationalists boots marching through the streets will force those who cannot be named out of Europe altogether, along with their useful darkie idiots. It’s time to eliminate or drive out the terrorists, jihadists and other enemy aliens out of western nations once and for all.

      • Bob Dole

        The information revolution had made such an outcome possible. I pray everyday for a pan-European Nationalist future.

      • SoulInvictus

        I’d put some thought into all that and came to one positive conclusion that made me smile. The one huge upside to the tribe/leftist inspired decline of the patriotic heart of America and emasculation of US males, is that there’s almost nothing I can think of that they can do to stir an entire generation up into signing on for another Normandy invasion. The longest lasting effect of even 911 has been the massive expansion of Homeland Security and domestic spying, which only served to distance both left and right minds even further from feelings of loyalty and duty to a government everyone views as corrupt and feckless.
        Their own devices and lust for wealth & power have neutered the only power that could potentially step in to neutralize the “boots of the 30’s”, again.

        • Zaporizhian Sich

          The Tribe’s actions are creating an expanding group of whites with a “lean and hungry look,” and they are the ones who resort to war and armed revolution. Whites here are not going to fight for the Tribe this time crushing European nationalism, they are going to turn on and destroy the Tribe. That will lead to nuclear war, the Tribe don’t have 500 nuclear weapons just to build high tech water fountains around Israel.

          • SoulInvictus

            Now all I can picture is hordes of radioactive zombie arabs.
            Any way you cut it, cataclysm is in the air.
            Wonder if this is what it was like in the early 1900’s. Most people going about life as though all was normal, even though most could feel the static building up to a worldwide flashpoint.

            I don’t even hate on Israel anymore (though I don’t want us funding or fighting proxy wars for them). They have exactly what I want for my own people. A nuclear powered apartheid state with mandatory military service to keep everyone’s heads right, competent with weapons and fatties to a minimum. The differences between the people of their little Sparta and our own domestic variety of Engelmans couldn’t be more dramatic, and those are the traitorous little weasels I just can’t stand. If they went “home”, I have to think their own brethren would chew them to pieces in short order for their commie philosophy alone.

          • Sick of it

            Israel must remain intact…so we can send all of their citizens back to them.

          • SoulInvictus

            From your mouth to God’s ears.
            Such an event would truly and finally make it the “Promised Land”.

          • Sick of it

            I can promise you that our nations would have a brighter future if such were to happen.

        • Bartek

          Nothing to do with being feminized, I’m not going to fight for people who obviously hate me because I am White.

          • SoulInvictus

            And then there is that as well.

  • Jim

    The article says:

    “….But tensions have been building. Racist violence is becoming more
    frequent; concerns are growing over the non-integration and segregation
    of immigrants….”

    Does the article mention that the violence is mostly against the indigenous white population? Apparently, that’s a trivial detail. Why would the press want to bring THAT up?

  • JSS

    “However, according to Daniel Assai, 46, a former high-ranking member of the party who has since turned whistleblower, these reforms are largely PR-driven and meretricious. “There are two groups in the party,” he says. “One is ideologically racist, from the old days. The second group is more interested in power, money and publicity. But the majority, I’m sorry to tell you, are still racist.”

    Daniel Assai? Is that a Swedish name even? Anyway Im glad he is blowing the whistle on Swedish patriots and not the Africans who rape Swedish women for sport. It’s cute how he pointed out that the Swedish patriots are just mean racist and in it for the money. That could just as easily describe Sweden’s non eskimo overlords who hate the ethnic Swedes and make billions being professional anti racist. Good for Daniel, brave little beta.

  • LHathaway

    So their are neo-nazi’s in Sweden. . neo-nazis. . and it still never comes into their heads to limit immigration. . . Now, maybe that is a bizarre, reverse on all reality argument I myself just made above. . . yet they do say in the US, if you are white and are sent to prison there is a very good chance you come out a neo-nazi. Perhaps the Swedes just by nature are better than us and have no worries of something like this. Perhaps, those who go to prison (that are white) deserve anything that is coming to them and it they come out neo-nazis that’s just fine, we can persecute them when they come out and eagerly put them back in prison again.

    Either way, there is no doubt they care not one bit about whites. . . That would be racist.

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    The two party system here is utterly hostile towards whites, and the only way I see it’s grip on the country being broken is an economic collapse, a deadly pandemic, or a nuclear attack on the country. One of the three is inevitable, and that will finally weaken it enough for whites to overthrow it, secede from the country, or both because the ruling elite will declare marital law then declare open season on us. The U.S. is already doomed to destroy itself, exactly how it’s destruction will play out is uncertain. One way or the other, the country I was born into just before the Apollo moon landings is already gone, it is totally un-recognizable compared to what it was in the mid 1960’s. Our concerns expressed in this website are regarded as words from “Nazis who want to kill six-million Jews,” racist whites, rednecks, hicks, ect. They will not listen, because the two party system is under the control of non-white racial and religious aliens. Whites DO NOT rule the United States, rest assured that is a fact.

    • Geo1metric

      Agree. That is why I think that in order for your scenario to benefit us, there needs to be planning and organization prior to the cataclysm, whichever one occurs.

      Otherwise, it will be impossible to “pull off” the White Homeland that would be necessary for our long-term survival.

      I see no efforts to do what is necessary.

      • Strike_Team

        I tend to think that it’s possible whites will be forced to organize – and quickly – following whatever “the event” is that will eventually signal the final bell for the (former) US. Sure it will be terrible, brutal, hard. But as bad it will be, blacks and browns are incapable of the organization needed to take control, even with the full weight of our own Knesset in DC behind them after the big collapse. Once white people truly feel themselves trapped in a corner, all bets are off.

      • GM (Australia)

        The “White Homeland”. Why do we have to think this way? We should be looking at reclaiming the nations and cities that whites created, built and established. This includes Australia, this nation did not exist before the white man came yet we now have parts of our cities where Arabic, Chinese or Vietnamese are the main languages and an indigenous population that wants to destroy everything that the white man has ever built. And yes, our two party system is almost just as bad as the USA system.

      • Grantland

        Just ’cause ya don’t see it … try nutnfancy on youtube.

        • Geo1metric

          Ok, went there. Prepping is not what I had in mind as far as planning. I’m talking about an organization, Didn’t see anything about that.

  • dd121

    I hope the sound of those boots reverberate through the white world.

  • Larry Klein

    Yes it’s worrying to the cultural marxists that a plurality of whites in Europe aren’t willingly digging their own graves in support of mass immigration. Those horrible extremists!

  • Fr. John+

    “You can almost hear the boots from the Thirties marching in the streets.”

    How ludicrous. Sweden- the MOST LIberal, godless, totally CLUELESS Nation in the entire European continent, and this is how some idiot woman sees white nationalist self-interest?

    Truly, the Bolshevik propaganda runs deep. And she’s nothing, if not full of H8 for her own race, her own people her own history.

  • IstvanIN

    “Democracy”, as it is practiced in the west, is a sham designed to placate the masses into thinking that their can be such a thing “sovereignty of the people”, when in fact it is sovereignty of the people with money. A nation without a leader with a vested, long term interest in the survival of the nation, is doomed.

  • Mahound

    “… In April, Showan Shattak, a 25-year-old man of Iranian origin, was stabbed by four neo-Nazis two miles away…”

    What a bunch of the usual journalist bull! What really happened was of course nothing like that. Mr Shattak belongs to an extreme left terror unit, and he and 24 of his friends were roaming the city centre as part of some left-wing protest. The four nationalists just walked out of a bar where they had been watching sports as they were attacked by the 25 hooligans. However, the nationalists all had military training and quickly de-escalated the situation by fighting back and in the process stabbing Mr Shattak.

    The nationalist who actually stabbed the communist pig is now on the run and reportedly fighting with the nationalist units in the Ukraine.

  • Conrad

    “Showan Shattak, a 25-year-old man of Iranian origin, was stabbed by four neo-Nazis two miles away. This sparked the biggest anti-fascist demonstrations the city has ever seen, with more than 10,000 people taking to the streets.”
    I am curious, how many people marched in the streets after that British soldiers head was cut off by those, rather dark Muslim savages? Where were the “anti-fascists then?

    • jaxzax

      The vermin that done it are Anti Fascist League members, they had been filmed turning up at AFL counter rally s against the EDL – its really the one anti white organisation, Muslims, blacks, the left and every other group with a anti white slant are together as one.

    • SoulInvictus

      Yeah, I love articles like this. It’s all “boots of the 30’s” and nary a mention of the “scuffling of radical middle eastern or savage african sandals”.

      This is what it looks like when people hit their limit of tribe/leftist sponsored social and population manipulation…. Glad to see they were smart enough to ditch the SS regalia. Way easier to inspire converts without negative branding.

    • Malgus

      Apparently, they can only rouse themselves out of bed in order to beat up on white people, especially white males…

  • jaxzax

    http // www amren com / news / 2014 …

    The author of this article loyalties lie with a country in the middle east

  • Alexandra1973

    So Nationalism=Nazism?

    I don’t think so. Hitler was simply helping carry out an Inquisition in Europe, really had nothing to do with nationalism as far as I’m concerned.

    • SoulInvictus

      “So Nationalism=Nazism?”

      For everyone not in those groups or reading sites like this, yes.
      If you love your country and western heritage, think it has value above the rest of the world’s trash, then you are one goose step away from a Chaplin mustache in their eyes.

  • Malgus

    I read my very German wife this article (she’s totally capable of reading it herself, I just like reading to her) and put the question to her: What do you think of this?

    Her response is that “something must be done” about the immigrant problem. She knows as well as I do that if this continues, Europe as our white homelands is over with..

    She asked me “What should we do with them?” I responded with “We can start by sending them home – home being “wherever they came from”. We both agreed that enticing more of them by offering lavish “free shyte” welfare packages needs to come to an end.

    Later, we were outside on the porch, smoking in silence… I looked at her and said “If they’re not careful, they’re gonna start a G*&-damned war…”

    Maybe that’s what they’ve wanted all along…

    • Geo1metric

      “The above article is filled with such innuendo and snark that I can’t figure out if they’re actually serious or if they’re pulling my leg…”

      Maybe it was written by someone who simply doesn’t know any better.

    • LHathaway

      When I got to the end, it felt like the article was about making the reader feel sad that this far-right party had given up so many of it’s far-right positions. . . Some kind of weird, if snarky, attempt at promoting tolerance for this far-right party. Perhaps a reverse psychology of some kind.

      No one, but no one, but no one, but the far-far right is seriously trying to end immigration. I wonder it there’ is some kind of plot under way that will ultimately lead them to power. It’s almost a formula: accept the far right, and all the ‘crazy’ policies that go with them, or die.

  • “’Malmö is a good example of an irresponsible immigration policy,’ he tells The Telegraph, as young people shout obscenities at him from behind police lines.”

    Of course these would be the loving Tolerance Police. Apparently anyone on the Right, whether a professional politician, an academic, an author or a businessman, is not even allowed to wear an ordinary suit and tie–because that means they are oh so cleverly trying to fool people! Jake Wallis Simons makes no pretense of objectivity or professionalism. Notice how all groups on the Right are “outfits.” It is no wonder that this Simons character sees ‘racism’ under every rock, since if you don’t buy into open-borders Multicultural Marxism, you are by definition a racist. If we follow the supposed logic of this article, which perfectly exemplifies that generally held by our open-borders overlords throughout the West, the only way to prove that we are not racist nor neo-Nazi is to forever welcome in the rest of the world until Western civilization and our own grandkids’ grandkids are demographically erased. Our ruling elites have a problem all right: The utopian sandcastles they have been trying to force everyone to move into are now quite naturally crumbling away. (And these busy bees who have been destroying the West are getting quite frightened.)

  • TruthBeTold

    In April, Showan Shattak, a 25-year-old man of Iranian origin, was stabbed by four neo-Nazis two miles away.

    Hmmm, maybe Mr. Shattak wouldn’t have been stabbed in Sweden if he had stayed in Iran.

    • SpawnTaviousJackson

      Those must have been some pretty long knives that they stabbed him with!!!!!!!

      • TruthBeTold

        That’s funny. I didn’t even notice it.

  • Bob Dole

    Yes, the 2 party system makes any dissent impossible. Politically the US is a lost cause, pending armed revolution. The good news is we are heavily armed, have a history of glorifying revolution and the liberty-militia movement has already confronted the US government. We will have our revolution sooner rather than later.

  • JSS

    Good God…why am I not surprised. You can’t go anywhere without finding one of those trying to destroy their host White country.

    • SoulInvictus

      Indeed, “Swedes” appear to have changed considerably from what I pictured…

      • Sick of it

        My Swedish ancestors certainly looked quite different.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      Not a Swede, but one of the same cohort Ukrainians hunted down and killed during WW-II.

      • JSS

        Hopefully they will reap what they have sown again.

        • Zaporizhian Sich

          This is what they are sowing, and will ultimately reap.

    • Sangraal

      As it happens, the journalist who wrote this article is one too.

  • rasher223

    Glad to hear that Europe is turning itself around and headed in a good direction.

    Europe needs to stay white.

  • LHathaway

    They seem to have an independent streak, similar to that found in the USA or the former Yugolavia.

    • Grantland

      They make terrific weapons. Nearly as good as South Africa.

  • LHathaway

    “There are two groups in the party,” he says. “One is ideologically racist, from the old days”

    What they should be worried about is the new racism and whites who are worried about eventually becoming extinct, and the unhappy road toward that occurrence. Or should I have stopped myself? Is the phrase ‘unhappy road toward that occurrence’ a hateful one that denigrates other people?

    Perhaps what they are worried about IS the new racism, and by connecting it to ugly old racism (that possibly may never have existed) they intend to snuff this ugly new racism out in the bud.

    It’s good to know that your possible extinction isn’t as important as a new trade deal or as important as appearing ‘intolerant’.

  • captainc

    true, third world garbages that only Western nations care to admit in.

  • curri

    A preoccupation with Nordic ethnicity has been replaced by the concept of “open Swedishness”, which implies that immigrants are welcome so long as they renounce their other identities and take on “Swedish ways”.

    All behavioral traits are heritable:

    jaymans(dot)wordpress(dot)com/2012/12/31/all-human-behavioral-traits-are-heritable/

  • curri

    In April, Showan Shattak, a 25-year-old man of Iranian origin, was stabbed by four neo-Nazis two miles away. This sparked the biggest anti-fascist demonstrations the city has ever seen, with more than 10,000 people taking to the streets.

    Likely another Trayvon fraud.

    • benvad

      Too bad it was 10,000 that met that fate.

  • jayvbellis

    Yes, this is good news.

    Even Sweden is seeing populist, immigration restriction success.

    England/Great Britain seems to be doing the worst.

  • western european nations are small. American federal union is large.

    western european nations are small. American federal union is large.

    WHEN will white americans realize democracy is inversely proportional to the size of the nation?WHEN will white americans realize that we must move power to the state in order to gain some democracy?

    WHEN will white americans realize democracy is inversely proportional to the size of the nation?WHEN will white americans realize that we must move power to the state in order to gain some democracy?

    western european nations are parliamentarian. American federal union is federalist.

    western european nations are parliamentarian. American federal union is federalist.

    WHEN will white americans realize that the federalist union is a device to dampen democracy?

    WHEN will white americans realize that the federalist union is a device to dampen democracy?

    • MBlanc46

      I think that power needs to be moved to a level far more local than the states.

      • Geo1metric

        The Sheriff of a County used to wield far more power than they do today.

        Part of the purpose of the 17th amendment was to take local power away from the people by the selection of Senators by state-wide elections rather than the Senators being selected by the Legislatures of the states.

  • IstvanIN

    They better get some boots on the ground or they will end up with a presidential family like this:
    “Barbara and Jenna emailed they think my grandparent name should be ‘Mimi Maxwell,’ ” she told the crowd. “George just wants the baby to call him ‘Sir.’ ”

    Naturally the Bush sisters had their own idea.

    “Instead of calling him ‘Sir’ we’re calling him ‘Jefe,’ which means ‘Chief’ in Spanish,” Barbara revealed. “Mila is being raised to call her grandfather Jefe, which is cute.”

  • SoulInvictus

    “To try to divide the World into ‘power-play’ blocs is a naive and childish way of looking at things.”
    Yet that’s exactly what Nick Clegg did in his debates against Farage. It was virtually his entire justification for the necessity of the EU. While deriding Farage for the being the simplistic, backwards one of course.

  • WR_the_realist

    I am certain that some of the members of those “far right” parties are violent, unsavory characters. I’m sure that some of their leaders have said things I’d strongly object to. But tell me, all you advocates of moderation, when have the people of Europe ever been offered a non-far right party that offered them anything but more and more third world immigration?

    • Geo1metric

      “I am certain that some of the members of those “far right” parties are violent, unsavory characters.”

      “You sleep quietly in your bed at night because tough men stand ready to do violence on your behalf.”

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      When it comes down to it, whites will sooner than later have a lot of “wet work” to do because our enemies have every intention of exterminating us, therefore sooner or later we are going to have to kill our way to freedom and prosperity. There is not a single nation on Earth or a people that did not at least once resort to war, bloodshed and wholesale destruction in order to secure a homeland, freedom or mere survival.

      • Sick of it

        That very truth is one of the myriad reasons I chuckled when Fox News declared that bad blood had existed between the Vietnamese and Chinese for only the past 50 years…

        • Zaporizhian Sich

          LOL, evidently FOX News is ignorant of Vietnamese and Chinese history, because there was a lot of very toxic blood between the Chinese and Vietnamese. Evidently they did not read about the Trung sisters, who were Vietnamese guerillas who fought the Chine before being defeated and committing suicide rather than falling into Chinese hands. They led a fighting force mostly of women, one of which was literally fighting with a sword in one hand and her newborn baby on the other. They died nearly 2,000 years ago.

          • Kenner

            Thanks for that bit of history, very interesting.

  • Michael Mason

    This article is so thick with anti-white bias I can’t even get through the first few paragraphs. A mention of the murder of 1 brown person and no mention of the fact that virtually all rapes in Sweden are committed by brown people.

  • Geo1metric

    “To try to divide the World into ‘power-play’ blocs is a naive and childish way of looking at things.”

    That’s exactly what George Orwell did in one of his books though I forget which one. IIRC, there were three “power blocks” and the TPTB played one off against the other perpetually.

    “Perpetual war for perpetual peace.”

  • Petronius

    “they are just waiting to be re-awakened.”

    Yes. Someday civil war is coming to the West. Large cohesive subgroups are fatal to a democracy––especially where, as here, the immigrant subgroup has limited capacity or inclination for civilization, is deeply rooted in violence, and shares few ideals, values, principles, and loyalties with the rest of the electorate. Under these conditions a country drifts into semi-anarchy and civil war (Bosnia, Kosovo, South Africa) or into a despotism that is powerful enough to suppress all subgroups.

    Europe defeated Islam when Europe didn’t have one tenth the military capability it does today. In those European genes is a warrior culture such as the modern world has seldom seen. Any country in Europe, including Sweden, could arm itself and defeat all of Islam combined in less than a year.

    It’s just a question of will. And that will was seriously sapped by WW1 and WW2. Hence the need for constant reminders about “boots of the thirties.”

    Will Europeans walk away from their millennia of advancement of civilization, and condemn their children to lives of barbarism and humiliation?

    I don’t think so––although current European politicians are acting like it. My hunch, however, is that we will see the emergence of European leaders with backbones in the next few years. And the cure they offer might be harsh, but certainly better than the disease.

    • Geo1metric

      Well Sir, I hope you’re right. But as the General said, “son, hope is not a strategy”.

  • Sangraal

    So this is the ‘new far right’?! Those 1930s boots you’re hearing must belong to Lazar Kaganovich or the like.
    Even Ukip haven’t sunk this low in their pathetic attempts to appear ‘respectable’.
    It seems the only European Nationalist parties whose successes are worth celebrating are Svoboda, Jobbik, and Golden Dawn.
    The best case scenario is that the parties mentioned in this article are successful enough to prove their (lack of) worth, and that true nationalists are around to galvanise those who feel betrayed by their half-measures and non-solutions.

    • Sangraal

      Edit: A picture accompanied the above comment, but doesn’t post for some reason. Here is the picture that shows the true colours of the Sweden Democrats.

      http crushzion k0nsl org/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/sverigedemokraterna-rasblandning-sweden-democrats-racemixing jpg

  • MBlanc46

    I hope that it’s the boots of the 2010s that are marching and that they’ll be the beginning of a new flowering of European civilization, of Europeans, by Europeans, for Europeans.

  • Sick of it

    That would depend on his family’s status and on how well he covers it up. Homosexuality abounds in the Islamic world, usually of the worst variety (such as pederasty).

  • Bartek

    I like how cabal mass media fails to mention the Afghan on Swedish rape epidemic and the numerous African on Swede mob beatings.
    Hopefully the ’30’s will return to Europe.

    But lets get right this time. No brother wars, just reclaim what is rightfully ours.

  • richard garyson

    May the boots of the 1930s march through every city and neighborhood that have been turned into ghettos….

  • Grantland

    “‘World domination’ is yesterday’s story.”

    Tell it to the neocons.

    • Geo1metric

      World domination is not necessarily a military issue. Financial domination is practically a done deal.

  • JohnEngelman

    Sweden is full of white liberals. White liberals are too civilized for their own good. They have difficulty understanding the mentalities of individuals and races who are less evolved than they are.

  • John K

    I would much prefer the sound of jackboots marching through a city rather than the sandals of Muslims and sub-Saharan African savages.

  • Garrett Brown

    How wonderful the world would be for white countries if we went back to the earlier 20th century. One can only hope…

    • Bossman

      In the earlier 20th century, Europeans were killing each other in vast and unnecessary wars. Why would you want that?

      • Garrett Brown

        In the earlier 20th century, white countries were still white and life actually had meaning. People were happy and majorly conservative. There were still laws preventing integration and miscegenation. People had honor and integrity, a sense of importance. America was almost at its peak, as seeing that growth was beautiful.

  • benvad

    God bless them, the should stand up for Swedes. It’s their country and not a refugee camp for middle eastern or african parasites.

  • newscomments70

    “EU Elections 2014: ‘I Can Hear the Boots of the 1930s Marching Through Europe” How is that worse than the boots of Stalin’s armies? The Soviet regime raped and murdered millions more than Nazi regime. Hitler originally wanted to peacefully relocate Jews to Palestine. The British controlled that region and would not allow it. Liberal FDR chose to support Stalin because he wanted that system for the West. Marxism and liberalism triumphed and destroyed Western civilization. I feel badly about the Jewish holocaust, but now we have a white, Christian holocust. The “Far Right” in Europe is no longer anti-semitic. If we have “the Boots of the 1930s Marching Through Europe”, minus killing innocent people, all I can say is thank God. Someone must stop th white holocaust. Innocent people are being raped and killed as we speak.

    • SpawnTaviousJackson

      “Hitler originally wanted to peacefully relocate Jews to Palestine.”…originally? I think the book “mien kampf” came long before any “relocation” proposal. He spelled out quite clearly what he wanted to do to jews in that book, and that is what he did. Another thing. Does it follow that because he was not able to “peacefully relocate” jews it was alright to kill them?

      • newscomments70

        Jews had some years to leave Germany, but very few countries wanted them. Hitler allowed ships to leave Germany full of Jewish refugees. He knew that would be turned back. He was right. “Does it follow that because he was not able to “peacefully relocate” jews it was alright to kill them?”No, it does not. Stalin planned to kill the remaining Soviet Jews in his last Pogram. He was no different than Hitler, and the US supported him. Stalin died before his plan could come to fruition.

  • Ace

    >> their [Europe’s more traditionally radical “right-wing” parties] gains will be largely symbolic, if deeply disturbing. <<

    ". . . If deeply encouraging" is more like it. Vote against any establishment party and for any insurgent party. Undermine the status quo with whatever tools are at hand.

  • Ace

    >> “Given European history, the far-Right is particularly toxic,” says Marley Morris, senior researcher at Counterpoint. <<

    That should read “Given European history, the far-left is particularly toxic,” says Marley Morris, senior researcher at Counterpoint.

    As written it's the usual theme that's been sold every day for the last 60 years, that National Socialism was a right-wing phenomenon. The left must and will do anything to distance itself from its history and doctrines.

  • newscomments70

    Does he know what happens to homosexuals in Muslim and African countries? I don’t understand the homosexual left.

    • benvad

      I can understand one from the West but a gay from the Middle East protesting. Didn’t they see those videos of public hangings?

      • SpawnTaviousJackson

        I guess he likes his men well “hung”

        • benvad

          That sounds like a Carson line from 1973, when Johnny was still smoking at his desk in a plaid sports jacket.

  • SpawnTaviousJackson

    Der Iranian Wurst Fressener

  • Viking_61

    Why doesn’t the author go to Iran or the Congo and preach his wimpy tolerance babble…