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Racial conflict in Bulgaria.
More signs of hope from the East.
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Czech President Milos Zeman Says Nation’s Borders Should Stay Closed for a Year to Prevent Second Wave of COVID-19
Lesson in there.
But it's of course not due to similarities in behavior.
“The Hungarian point of view is that we have to rely on our internal resources."
The Russian Imperial Movement wins the prize.
Unclear how EU plans to punish Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic.
Nationalism is on the rise in Poland and Hungary.
Leaders of liberal democracies don't shy from power.
How Ukraine is handling the virus.
Christendom at its finest.
A look at Europe's first underclass.
Approaches of South Korea, Italy, Russia, Hungary, and Singapore.
"Borders remain open only with the Czech Republic and Slovakia."
Notes from a proud, sovereign, white nation.
Thousands of young and educated citizens are leaving for Western Europe.
Opportunity in crisis.
Janez Jansa wants to restrict immigration and implement pro-natal policies.
A white country you've never heard of.
President Trump should follow Eastern Europe's model.
"We are talking here about what historians, a century hence, will call the Lost Tribes of Europe."
Remembering the best in us.
There’s something very disturbing happening.
Its rise, its fall, and its potential.
The Hungarian leader on fertility, immigration, and the future of his nation.
"There had already been a 20% surge in the number of people getting married during the first nine months of this year."
"The monument depicts Sobieski as the head of a column of hussars as he routed the Ottoman army at the Siege of Vienna in 1683."
Generation Identity makes inroads in Eastern Europe.
At least 90 of America's heroin arrives by way of Mexico.
A nation where nationalism isn't frowned upon.
Hungary is issuing 75,000 work permits — some to workers from Vietnam, China, and India.
Even Hungary is now admitting thousands of non-white guest workers.
And why they can hold out against the West.
Slovenian citizens do the job police aren't doing.
"[W]e are speaking about an exchange of populations, to replace the population of Europeans with others."
The world-wide struggle for ethnic dominance.
Hungarian prime minister sketches his "illiberal philosophy."
Acute observations on race, immigration, eugenics, and the future of the West.
After riots, murder, and arson.
Hungarian"family support" budget will increase 3.9 billion EUR in 2020.
The awakening will come.
Victor Orbán's dream is the same as ours.
Nobel Peace Prize winner sides with Orban on Muslim migration.
Putin: “I agree we need migrants, but preferably well-educated Slavs of a fertile age.”
Farage, LePen, and Salvini are the big winners.
As do more than half of Poles and Italians.
Martin Helme: “If he’s black, send him back.”
Jared Taylor's speech to the Awakening Finland conference.
Jared Taylor, Martin Sellner travel bans show the “free world” is finished.
I have been banned from Europe and will be deported tomorrow.
A promotional video had too many crosses and churches; not enough poor migrants.
French counter-intelligence director: Right-wing groups “would like to spark inter-communal clashes.”
“What can you best invest in if not in your future generations?”
Russia needs 300,000 additional people per year just to reach net-zero growth.
Bringing in the nationalist party will help "represent voters widely across counties and political preferences."
Africans with special World Cup visas didn't go home.
Dozens of new mosques to be built in Russian cities.
"Far-right" party wins 18 percent of votes.
Signs of hope from Eastern Europe.
Where Europe is still European.
Hungary has one, America doesn't.
Orban: “We need Hungarian children.”
Gypsies must integrate or lose welfare.
Some fans are planning to file for asylum.
The government plans to spend $2.92 billion to show gratitude and respect to mothers and grandmothers.
Hungary is offering generous subsidies to parents who commit to having three or more children.
Viktor Orban promotes a Rome-Warsaw pact to save Europe.
That is why many countries have them.
An insider's story.
Hungarian government claims the Soros-founded university wanted only “political commotion.”
In countries that have not withdrawn, the pact is disrupting coalitions.
Populism has grown for 20 years.